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The latest updates in Haiti earthquake aftermath

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - JANUARY 17: A. U.N. peacekeeper

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - JANUARY 17: A. U.N. peacekeeper guards food supplies to be distributed by the World Food Program on January 17, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Aid agencies are struggling to distribute food as quickly as possible but face major logistical problems in doing so caused by the massive earthquake that took place on January 12. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images) Credit: Getty/Win McNamee

DEATH TOLL. Pan American Health Organization put the number at 50,000 to 100,000; Haiti officials believe it's higher.

LOOTING ESCALATES CRISIS. Violence hinders aid workers. Police fear deadly rioting if delays in food and water aid linger. In Port-au-Prince, the capital, 300,000 displaced were living outdoors.

FIRST SUNDAY AFTER QUAKE. Worshipers prayed for thanks, hope amid rubble. "Why give thanks to God? Because we are here," said the Rev. Eric Toussaint at an open-air Mass.

UN CHIEF ARRIVES. UN plans to start feeding 1 million people in two weeks and 2 million in a month, Ban Ki-Moon said.

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