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'Haiti: A Nation in Peril' - a VOA video special

<p>The earthquake in Haiti three weeks ago has created an on-going humanitarian crisis. To provide some explanation and context to the dire situation, Voice of America has produced a half-hour video special report: <b>"Haiti: A Nation in Peril." </b> <p>This program features updates on the evolving emergency in Haiti, background reports on Haiti's long-term political, economic and environmental problems, and discussion of the steps needed to help the people of Haiti and also prevent the nation from becoming a failed state.</p> <p> </p> <p><big><center><b><a href="http://www.voanews.com/wm/voa/english/engl/engl1530vb.asx">Click here to watch the video special (Windows Media)</a></b></big></p><br></center> <p> </p> <p> </p><br> <p>For additional VOA coverage of the situation in Haiti, go to our report, <br><a href="http://www1.voanews.com/english/news/special-reports/Haiti-Earthquake-81317947.html"> <b>Disaster Strikes: Haiti Earthquake</b></a>

The earthquake in Haiti three weeks ago has created an on-going humanitarian crisis. To provide some explanation and context to the dire situation, Voice of America has produced a half-hour video special report: "Haiti: A Nation in Peril."

This program features updates on the evolving emergency in Haiti, background reports on Haiti's long-term political, economic and environmental problems, and discussion of the steps needed to help the people of Haiti and also prevent the nation from becoming a failed state.

Watch the video special (Windows Media) »

For additional VOA coverage of the situation in Haiti, go to our report,
Disaster Strikes: Haiti Earthquake

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