Haiti continues to struggle after 2010 quake

Hundreds of thousands languish in tent camps three years after a devastating quake hit the nation.
Last Modified: 13 Jan 2013 13:36

Three years have passed since a magnitude-7 earthquake killed tens of thousands of people in Haiti and left much of its capital in ruins.

The country has received billions of dollars in aid, but life remains a desperate struggle for many.

Small commemorations were held in Port-au-Prince on Saturday, with former US President Bill Clinton among those attending.

Al Jazeera's Sebastian Walker reports from Port-au-Prince.


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