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October 24, 2010

Haiti may be at risk for more earthquakes, scientists say

The January earthquake that left Haiti in ruins and killed more than 200,000 people may not have had been the "big one" and almost certainly wasn't the last one. If anything, the studies published Sunday conclude, Haiti now faces a heightened risk of repeat quakes along the Enriquillo fault — particularly near the heavily damaged, densely populated capital of Port-au-Prince.

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