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Haiti struggles to get enough aid

The world still can not deliver enough food and water to the hungry and thirsty in earthquake-hit Haiti.

It is now thought that 200,000 people are dead, a quarter of a million have been injured and one and a half million are homeless.

Aid groups are complaining of a crippling lack of leadership and coordination as a strong aftershock rocked the country, eight days after another quake devastated the country.

Mike Wooldridge reports.


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