The government in Haiti says its made a "heartbreaking" decision to stop looking for survivors of the earthquake that's devastated parts of the country.
Since the quake struck 11 days ago, 132 people have been rescued from the rubble, including a 21-year-old man and a grandmother who were saved on Friday.
But rescue experts say there's little chance of finding anyone else alive.
British search and rescue teams are now flying home to make way for aid workers who can help those who've been injured.
United Nations spokeswoman Elizabeth Byrs said the decision to end the search was "heartbreaking", but relief efforts in the capital Port-au-Prince and other affected areas were being increased.
It's thought about 1.5 million people have been left homeless by the quake, while the official death toll is expected to reach up to 200,000.
Meanwhile, officials have started to move survivors to camps outside Port-au-Prince.
Conditions in the capital are very bad and people are struggling to get food and clean water.
It's hoped the move to tent villages being built outside the capital will help stop the spread of disease.