Sharif Kouddous

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People in Haiti needs the basics, people need food, people need water, people need shelter. People do not need more foreign guns

People in Haiti need food, people need water, people need shelter. People do not need more guns

US soldiers deployed in front of the general hosptial in port au prince

The smell of death is everywhere in Port au Prince

A prestigious secondary school in Port au Prince turned into a refugee camp

A prestigious secondary school in Port au Prince turned into a refugee camp

A prestigious secondary school in Port au Prince turned into a refugee camp

The soccer field behind Matthew 25 House doubles as a hospital and homeless shelter:

Drs perform successful amputation in living room of the house we are staying at in Port au Prince. Warning: image a bit graphic

Drs perform successful amputation in living room of the house we are staying at in Port au Prince. Warning image a bit graphic:

I think I found the source of the security concerns in Leogane the UN is concerned about:

Church St. Rose de Lima, where Haiti liberator Dessalines got married over 200 years ago, is in ruins. Needs help.

Drs at Matthew 25 House, where we are staying, prepare to preform an amputation in the living room

Helicopter on ground in Leogane took off to throw down food packets! Haitians stomped on the bread. They scream "we are not dogs"

This man trieds to dig his grandfather's body from under the rubble

Grave of a young boy in Leoganne

People in Leogane need food desperately. Reports are the UN won't come until 'security is confirmed.' What they refer to I have no idea.

Amy Goodman reporting from devasated Gressier, the epicenter of the quake. Leogane is next stop

In Gressier, the epicenter of the quake, a resident says no aid, medical relief has arrived. And no media coverage at all.

A crowd has gathered to hear Rosemond singing