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Concrete houses are reduced to rubble in the aftermath of the January 12 earthquake in Haiti. Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding, on Thursday (Jan.14) led a team to the island, which included Opposition Leader the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller, to view the devastation firsthand.

Haitians walk among the rubble from collapsed buildings in capital Port-au-Prince. Prime Minister, Hon. Bruce Golding, on Thursday (Jan.14) led a team to the island, which included Opposition Leader, Hon. Portia Simpson Miller, to view the devastation firsthand.

Haitians walk among the rubble from collapsed buildings in the capital Port-au-Prince. Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding, on Thursday (Jan.14) led a team to the island, which included Opposition Leader the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller, to view the devastation firsthand.

Jamaica’s Prime Minister, Hon Bruce Golding (left), and Haitian Prime Minister, Jean-Max Bellerive (right), discussing the situation in Port-au-Prince following Tuesday’s (Jan.12) earthquake, during Mr. Golding’s trip to the Haitian capital on Thursday (Jan.14). At centre is Myrtha Desulme, who heads the Haiti Jamaica Society in Kingston.

Jamaica’s Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding (left), and Haitian Prime Minister, Jean-Max Bellerive (right), discussing the situation in Port-au-Prince following Tuesday’s (Jan.12) earthquake, during Mr. Golding’s trip to the Haitian capital on Thursday (Jan.14). At centre is Myrtha Desulme, who heads the Haiti Jamaica Society in Kingston.

Prime Minister, Hon. Bruce Golding seems alarmed as he views firsthand, the devastation caused by the earthquake, when he visited Haiti on Thursday (Jan.14). Next to Mr. Golding is Minister with responsibility for Information, Daryl Vaz.

Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding seems alarmed as he views firsthand, the devastation caused by the earthquake, when he visited Haiti on Thursday (Jan.14). Next to Mr. Golding is Minister with responsibility for Information Hon. Daryl Vaz.

Leader of the Opposition, the Most Hon Portia Simpson Miller (right) looks on as Haitian President, Rene Preval, greets an unidentified woman during a tour of sections of Port-au-Prince on Thursday (Jan.14) by a Jamaican observation team headed by Prime Minister, Hon. Bruce Golding, which saw firsthand, the earthquake devastation. Behind President Preval is Jamaica’s Information Minister, Hon Daryl Vaz.

Leader of the Opposition the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller (right) looks on as Haitian President, Rene Preval, greets an unidentified woman during a tour of sections of Port-au-Prince on Thursday (Jan.14) by a Jamaican observation team headed by Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding, which saw firsthand, the earthquake devastation. Behind President Preval is Jamaica’s Information Minister, Hon. Daryl Vaz.

Prime Minister, Hon. Bruce Golding (left) makes a point to Haitian President, Rene Preval, at the United Nations office building in the country’s capital, Port-au-Prince, during Mr. Golding’s visit to the island nation on Thursday (Jan.14). The leaders discussed additional assistance, which Jamaica can extend in the aftermath of the January 12 earthquake.

Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding (left) makes a point to Haitian President, Rene Preval, at the United Nations office building in the country’s capital, Port-au-Prince, during Mr. Golding’s visit to the island nation on Thursday (Jan.14). The leaders discussed additional assistance, which Jamaica can extend in the aftermath of the January 12 earthquake.

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