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Haiti Earthquake Coverage

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  1. 'The World Is Coming To An End': YouTube Video Of Disastrous Haiti Quake
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  2. 12 South Florida College Students Stuck in Haiti; Phone Line Set Up For those Seeking Info on Relatives
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  3. Twitter Hits Ground Running for Haiti Earthquake Relief
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  4. Haitian Consul: Worst Catastrophe in 200 Years
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  5. Tap Tap Tonight Hosts Manno Charlemagne to Raise Money for Haiti Earthquake
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  6. Wyclef Jean Uses Charity to Get Paid
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  7. Scenes from Little Haiti: Earthquakes and Beauty Parlors
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  8. We Want You to Give to Haiti Relief!
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