A desperate search for survivors is continuing in Haiti, three days after a powerful earthquake that may have killed tens of thousands of people.
It is feared that many thousands of people are still trapped under the rubble in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince, which was one of the worst hit by Tuesday's 7.0-magnitude earthquake.
A number of survivors, including two-year-old Redjeson Hausteen Claude, were pulled out alive from the rubble on Thursday - to the delight of their families.
Sarla Chand, a US national, was rescued after spending more than 50 hours buried under the collapsed Montana Hotel in the capital.
Thousands of the injured people are receiving medical treatment, but correspondents say that many others are now dying because of the lack of medical supplies, clean water and also food.
The streets of Port-au-Prince are strewn with the bodies...
...and anger is beginning to grow among the traumatised survivors over the slow pace of aid effort.
The contents of this building are revealed by the collapse of the outside wall.
Here a man removes any remaining food and drink from the refrigerator of his collapsed home.
Some are desperately trying to leave the capital in search of shelter and food...
...while others continue to search for survivors.
Many residents in the ruined capital are spending a third night on the streets, amid fears of further tremors.
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