Kate Conradt

Emergency Communications Director, Save the Children

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Emergency Communications Director for Save the Children

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In Haiti, security is a growing concern, with looting in the capital city of Port-au-Prince. UN Security General Ban-ki Moon has asked for  more peacekeepers and aide assistance .

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In Haiti, security is a growing concern, with looting in the capital city of Port-au-Prince. UN Security General Ban-ki Moon has asked for more peacekeepers and aide assistance .

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This afternoon, President Obama said  he had spoken  to Haiti's President Réne Préval.

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This afternoon, President Obama said he had spoken to Haiti's President Réne Préval.

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