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#Haiti from the best perspective

I know that every news organization on Earth with a dollar in the bank and a few frequent flier miles is attempting to cover the earthquake in Port-Au-Prince and its aftermath.

But - and I don't deny my bias, mind you - you won't get better insights than that of the Miami Herald's team of reporters down there.

Here you'll find our page with complete Haiti coverage, from both the Miami Herald and news wire services.

PS. Follow me, please, at twitter.com/jamesburnett.

And if you want dispatches from Haiti - when she's able to provide 'em, follow Jacqueline Charles, the Miami Herald's Caribbean correspondent, at twitter.com/jacquiecharles.

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Pamela

thanks for the links. checking them out. As much as I hate the horror, there are little miracles thrown in that give hope.

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