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A U.N peacekeeper from Jordan kicks a Haitian man as they disperse people asking for food from around the airport in Port-au-Prince January 18th.
A girl washes her face at a refugee camp set up on a golf course in Port-au-Prince.
Yonel Regis, a pastor from a local church, burns trash at a refugee camp set up on a golf course in Port-au-Prince.
People crowd at a makeshift camp for earthquake survivors set up on a golf course in Port-au-Prince.
People stand at a refugee camp located near a forward operating base for the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Jan. 18th. Troops, doctors and aid workers flowed into Haiti on Monday even while hundreds of thousands of Tuesday's quake victims struggled to find water or food.
People cling to a tree as a U.S. helicopter, carrying disaster relief supplies, flies over a refugee camp in Port-au-Prince.
The Rev. Clinton Rabb