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Haiti / Earthquake / Orphans #957424

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 26, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The rescue today of a man & a girl trapped in buildings in earthquake-stricken Haiti reported; scenes shown of actor John Travolta delivering aid to the Port-au-Prince airport.

(Port-au-Prince: Seth Doane) The problem of finding families for Haiti's orphans featured; scenes shown from the streets of Port-au-Prince; details given of U.N. efforts to register the kids. [UNICEF child protection advisor Bo Viktor NYLUND†- worries about abuse; talks about Wilson's case.] [Bethany Christian Services of NY/NJ Nancy DYKSTRA-POWERS†- says the phones are ringing.] [Senator Mary LANDRIEU†- says we cannot wait for the Haitian government.]

Couric, Katie;
Doane, Seth

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