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Haiti mourns its dead, govt ends rescue operation

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Haiti mourned its dead on Saturday and hundreds gathered in the ruins of a wrecked Catholic cathedral to honor an archbishop and other victims killed in last week's earthquake as the government ended search-and-rescue operations.

Haiti mourns its dead, govt ends rescue operation

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Haiti mourned its dead on Saturday and hundreds gathered in the ruins of a wrecked Catholic cathedral to honor an archbishop and other victims killed in last week's earthquake as the government ended search-and-rescue operations.

Haiti mourns its dead, govt ends rescue operation

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Haiti mourned its dead on Saturday and hundreds gathered in the ruins of a wrecked Catholic cathedral to honor an archbishop and other victims killed in last week's earthquake as the government ended search-and-rescue operations.

Haitians to mourn Catholic leader killed in quake

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - After more than a week of searching for trapped survivors, Haiti prepared on Saturday to mourn its dead amid signs that daily life in the earthquake-shattered country is beginning to resume.

Haitians to mourn Catholic leader killed in quake

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - After more than a week of searching for trapped survivors, Haiti prepared on Saturday to mourn its dead amid signs that daily life in the earthquake-shattered country is beginning to resume.

Haitians clamour for food as two more rescued alive

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Rescuers pulled two barely alive survivors from the rubble of Port-au-Prince on Friday as hungry and homeless Haitians clamoured for food, which was slow in arriving 10 days after the massive earthquake.

Haitians clamor for food as two more rescued alive

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Rescuers pulled two barely alive survivors from the rubble of Port-au-Prince on Friday as hungry and homeless Haitians clamored for food, which was slow in arriving 10 days after the massive earthquake.

Buses, cash and radios flow amid Haiti's rubble

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Cash became available and buses started running in Haiti's rubble-clogged capital on Friday but there was still not enough food to feed desperate earthquake survivors who were expected to need emergency aid for months.

Buses, cash and radios flow amid Haiti's rubble

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Cash became available and buses started running in Haiti's rubble-clogged capital on Friday but there was still not enough food to feed desperate earthquake survivors.

Banking need not be boring

WHO says banking has become boring again? For Malaysian banks, it is back to basics but the playground has indeed been enlarged.