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Images streaming out of Haiti after devastating earthquake

January 13, 2010 | 10:20 am

Rescuers are combing the ruins after an earthquake shook much of Haiti on Tuesday afternoon. Destruction extends from slums to the presidential palace in Port-au-Prince, where bodies lie in the streets. International relief efforts are beginning to take shape.

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Before and after images of the Presidential Palace in Port-au-Prince (Twitpics by Lisandro Suero)

Images are streaming in from Haiti via social networks documenting the aftermath of Tuesday's magnitude 7.0 earthquake centered near Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, and numerous aftershocks around the country.

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Here are some resources and tips on how you can help Haitians, via the Associated Press.

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Follow our Haiti Quake Twitter list of 55 people in, around and involved with Haiti and relief efforts for live updates.


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Here's the latest from our La Plaza blog: Early assessment of Haiti quake: Damage centered around Port-au-Prince

-- Andrew Nystrom / @AdNys

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