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Looting in Port-au-Prince after Haiti quake

Violence and looting has broken out in parts of Port-au-Prince, almost a week after the earthquake hit Haiti.

As security and aid efforts gather pace for the country, more than 2,000 US marines are set to join 1,000 US troops on the ground.

Police fired gun shots to disperse looters in parts of the capital on Monday.

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