Haiti's earthquake rubble remains


Only 2% of the rubble from Haiti's devastating earthquake has been cleared, eight months after it struck Port-au-Prince.

Engineers working in Haiti's capital say the lack of adequate equipment and funding, difficulty in establishing property ownership and an insufficient number of dump sites have hampered the process.

Stephanie Holmes reports.

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