Global Week in Review: Haiti Marks Four Years Since Earthquake

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  • Egypt Votes on New Constitution Amid Fears
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  • U.S. Advisers Sent to Help Somalia Fight the Shabab
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  • Nigeria President Signs Anti-Gay Marriage Bill
  • Man Known as “Mad Dog” Eats Man's Flesh to Avenge Wife’s Death
  • Pope to Name New Cardinals From Africa, Haiti
  • Man “Comes Back Alive” in Kenya

Haiti Marks Devastating Earthquake Anniversary

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On Sunday, citizens of Haiti remembered the lives of more than 250,000 people who were killed following an earthquake in the country four years ago outside of the capital Port-au-Prince. The disaster displaced at least 1.5 million people and the country is still rebuilding its infrastructure. (Photo: Jean Marc Herve Abelard/AP Photo)

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