An injured man is ferried away by friends on a push cart in Port-au-Prince after Haiti's devastating earthquake. Readers may find some of the images in this gallery distressing.
As aftershocks continued to rattle the capital, Haitians who still had homes were afraid to go back indoors.
The trauma and shock are clearly visible in the face of this boy who was injured in the quake.
Emergency aid has already begun arriving in Port-au-Prince but the needs are enormous, relief agencies say.
With the city's scant emergency services hampered by blocked streets, bodies were left in the open.
Other dead bodies remained entombed in the rubble of fallen buildings.
Many of the injured had to wait in the street for proper medical treatment.
But this injured survivor appeared keen to reintroduce some semblance of normality when everything around her is in ruins.
The quake left houses in ruins, with thousands feared trapped beneath the rubble in Port-au-Prince.
Not enough heavy-lifting equipment was available in the immediate aftermath of the quake.
Search teams from a number of countries have begun arriving in Port-au-Prince.
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