The D.C. Embassy of Haiti reacts to massive quake
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The D.C. Embassy of Haiti reacts to massive quake

Raymond Joseph, Haitian Ambassador to the United States, speaks to the press Wednesday morning about the 7.0 earthquake that hit the impoverished country on Tuesday afternoon. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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