The country has experienced numerous natural disasters in the past decade leading to mass casualties. What steps can the global community take to provide long-term assistance to poverty-stricken Haiti?
No. 10 Kansas State dominated in the first half then held on down the stretch to knock off No. 1 Texas 71-62 on Monday night in Manhattan, Kan.
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Earthquake survivors have brought food and some medicine to dying residents in the rubble of a Haiti nursing home, but large-scale foreign aid had yet to reach dozens there Monday. Many are starving and suffering from wounds without medical attention or medicine.
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Officials say flooding is unlikely, although they've seen more precipitation than average.