Jacqueline Charles of The Miami Herald talks to Deborah Amos about Tuesday's earthquake in Haiti. The 7.0-magnitude quake hit just miles outside the capital Port-au-Prince, leaving the city and its surroundings severely damaged. Charles is on her way back to Haiti to cover the relief and recovery effort. She says the quake will have undone a lot of progress that the nation has made.
Earthquake Sets Back Progress In Haiti
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