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International community rallies for Haiti relief

Ambassador Louis Lucke, special coordinator for relief and reconstruction for Haiti, answers questions from the international and Haitian press outside of the American Embassy Feb. 10. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Richard Andrade)

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Date Taken:02.10.2010

Date Posted:02.15.2010 10:03

Photo ID:251331



Size:2.39 MB

Location:PORT-AU-PRINCE, HTGlobe

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