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Haiti a month after quake struck
Al Jazeera reports from city where anger is rising over government's failure to help.
Last Modified: 12 Feb 2010 17:51 GMT



It is a month since Haiti's earthquake struck, killing at least 200,000 people.

A day of remembrance has been called across the country as survivors continue to pick up pieces.

But as Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from Port-au-Prince, the capital, the extent of death, destruction and injury caused by the quake is still emerging - and Haitians are angry at the slow response by their government to help.

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