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FBI warns of bogus Haiti online donation scams

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is advising people to watch out for e-mail scams circulating fraudulently promising to help the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Here is the story.

The Miami Herald has compiled a list of reliable organizations to make donations to and a map pointing out drop-off locations in South Florida.

Click here for complete coverage of the devastation in Haiti. 

Click here to view the latest photographs taken after the earthquake.

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Nelly O'Neille

Keep Haiti in your hearts on Valentines Day! Instead of a traditional card, I’ve posted a photo of my better half on the Haiti: Wall against Hunger – at http://wall.wfp.org

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