Haiti earthquake maps

Satellite image of Port-au-Prince, Haiti taken on 13 January.

It shows the aftermath of a 7.0-magnitude quake, Haiti's worst in two centuries, which struck at 1653 local time (2153 GMT) on Tuesday, just 15km (10 miles) south-west of Port-au-Prince.

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UN mission

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Between 100-150 people are still missing at the UN mission.


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The collapse of the main prison led to the UN receiving reports of escaped prisoners.


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Roman Catholic Archbishop of Port-au-Prince, Monsignor Joseph Serge Miot died when his office collapsed with the main cathedral.


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Before and after pictures show the destruction caused to the Presidential Palace.

Palace of Justice

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Local people stand amidst the rubble of the Palace of Justice.


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Even Port-au-Prince's cemetery shows scars from the earthquake.


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What was a sports ground has become a temporary shelter.

Champs de Mars

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Families gather together in downtown Port-au-Prince.

Image: GeoEye Satellite Image

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