Earthquake devastates Haiti


Haitians line up for food in downtown Port-au-Prince.  They had to disperse after people in the front of line broke through and grabbed all the food being distributed. (Carol Guzy/The Washington Post)
Haitians line up for food in downtown Port-au-Prince. They had to disperse after people in the front of line broke through and grabbed all the food being distributed. (Carol Guzy/The Washington Post)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI -- They pound concrete. Smash it over and over. Smash it until it powders.
 
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(Post, March 15, 2010)
 
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