January 13, 2010
Posted: 1725 GMT
There is only one story domintaing the news today: the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti yesterday and the picture of the aftermath that is emerging as the day progresses.
The Haitian Prime Minister, Jean-Max Bellerive, told CNN that "well over 100,000" are feard dead in this disaster.
We will take you live to Port-au-Prince as your crews start reporting from the scene.
We will bring you the latest from the world of social media like Twitter and Facebook. This story gained worldwide attention mainly through these website as communications remain very unreliable in Haiti.
Most of the information coming to us in the early hours after the quake came to us from ordinary citizens in Haiti who were able to communicate online and through webcams.
We are hearing of stories of despair as many of the injured are unable to get medical help. Hospitals are crammed and roads are impassable.
Now aid groups and charity organizations are scrambling to help the people of Haiti. We will speak to the head of one group and tell you how you can help the victims of Haiti's earthquake.
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