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Ten American missionaries are accused of trying to kidnap children orphaned by the earthquake in Haiti. The U.S. military resumes medical evacuations of quake victims. Haiti three weeks after the earthquake.
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- Mark Schneider Senior vice president and special adviser on Latin America, International Crisis Group.
- Gordon Duguid Deputy spokesman, the State Department.
- David Schaper NPR reporter in Haiti.
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