Haiti Live Updates: Search for Survivors After Quake Kills More Than 700


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Hundreds Dead After Magnitude 7.2 Earthquake Hits Haiti

The powerful quake leveled buildings, killed nearly 1,300 people and overwhelmed hospitals in at least two Haitian cities.

So they are trying now, if they can save the people, because there’s so much people down there.

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The powerful quake leveled buildings, killed nearly 1,300 people and overwhelmed hospitals in at least two Haitian cities.CreditCredit…Ralph Tedy Erol/Reuters

LES CAYES, Haiti — Haitians struggled with a lack of basic supplies, including food and medical care,

A Frenzied Flight From Kabul as the U.S. Evacuates

KABUL, Afghanistan — The U.S. embassy warned Americans not to head to the airport in Kabul because of a situation that was “changing quickly” after the Taliban entered the city on Sunday.

Witnesses at the civilian domestic terminal said they had heard occasional gunshots and said thousands of people had crammed into the terminal and filled the parking lots, desperately seeking flights out.

“The security situation in Kabul is changing quickly including at the airport,” the embassy said in a statement. “There are reports of the airport taking fire; therefore we are instructing U.S. citizens to shelter in place.”

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So Much for a ‘Hot Vax Summer’

For much of this summer, Dylan Fogarty, 28, the director of academic partnerships for an education start-up, has been having a blast in Fire Island Pines: hosting pool parties at his four-bedroom house, making new friends at the Low Tea bar, and dancing at the Pavilion club till dawn to pop songs by Lady Gaga and Dua Lipa.

But when he got off the ferry two weeks ago, he saw something he hadn’t seen for almost two months: a coronavirus testing site.

That wasn’t the only thing that changed. Some people were wearing masks on the boardwalk again, hosts were