Haiti - six days later

Haiti is still underway rescue and assistance from international authorities goes very slowly. But now in Haiti, there is another problem - looting. Security problems have led to the fact that at least one point of delivery of assistance had to be evacuated to protect humanitarian workers. Even after almost a week after the earthquake, rescuers continue to extract from the rubble the bodies of dead and wounded. One little girl, survived under the rubble of a supermarket due to be near the products.

Attention - images contain scenes of violence and death!

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People are fleeing to the US helicopter near the country club used as a forward base 82 th Airborne Division United States in Port-au-Prince January 16, 2009. Authorities and unblocking the group focused on the transfer of aid to survivors after the earthquake Haitians. (AP Photo / Jae C. Hong)

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Rescuers from the United States, Spain and Taiwan to help the man in Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. (REUTERS / Marco Dormino / MINUSTAH / Handout)

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Woman missing goods from a looted shop in Port-au-Prince January 16, 2010. (REUTERS / Carlos Barria)

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Looters fight in downtown Port-au-Prince January 16, 2010. Four days after a devastating earthquake resulted from the death of about 200 000 people and the destruction of many in the capital, hundreds of thousands of Haitians are still in need of assistance, while looters razgrablinyut building in the absence of law and order. (REUTERS / Carlos Barria)

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A crowd of Haitians extends to products that are thrown from the nearest store in downtown Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. (Chris Hondros / Getty Images)

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Looters deruyutsya at the grocery store on Jan. 17, 2010 in Port-au-Prince five days after the devastating earthquake in Haiti. (JUAN BARRETO / AFP / Getty Images)

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A police officer aims at looter in downtown Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. (Chris Hondros / Getty Images)

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Rescue teams from Brazil and China dismantle the wreckage of the UN headquarters building in Haiti in Port-au-Prince January 15, 2010. (REUTERS / Logan Abassi / UN Photo / Handout)

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American lifeguard Sam Gray holds a monitor, which is visible in the 28-year-old Jean Louis Saynte Halayn - alive and conscious - buried under the rubble of the University of Port-au-Prince January 16, 2010. (AP Photo / Gregory Bull)

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Russian rescue workers endure 11-year-old Senvilo Ovri, surviving after the quake. The picture was taken in Port-au-Prince January 16, 2010. (REUTERS / Tatyana Makeyeva)

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Haitians inspect the damage caused to the building by an earthquake, hit the road in the center of Port-au-Prince, January 17, 2010. (REUTERS / Hans Deryk)

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Children pass by cracks formed after the earthquake outside Port-au-Prince January 16, 2010. (REUTERS / Carlos Barria)

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Man peeping from behind the gate in front of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Port-au-Prince on Jan. 16, 2010. (AP Photo / Ricardo Arduengo)

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People collect water after a pipe January 16, 2010 in the slums, "City Soleil" in Port-au-Prince after the January 12 earthquake 7ballnogo. (Olivier Laban Mattei / AFP / Getty Images)

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A woman doctor is waiting for his son in the main hospital in Port-au-Prince January 16, 2010. (Globe staff photo / Bill Greene)

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Georges Boutin of Fort Lauderdale, Florida (with hacksaw) and his daughter (right) Pier Boutin used a hacksaw to amputate the leg woman in the hospital of Port-au-Prince. It was the first operation in the largest hospital in the country after the earthquake. (Globe staff photo / Bill Greene)

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Temporary camp of homeless Haitians January 17, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The picture was taken from a helicopter of the Canadian Air Force. (AP Photo / Tyler Anderson, Pool)

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A boy holds a candle at a camp for earthquake survivors in Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. (AP Photo / Jae C. Hong)

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The wounded boy in a field hospital after the earthquake in Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. (REUTERS / Carlos Barria)

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American citizens stand in a queue to board the plane «C-17 Globemaster III» during the evacuation from Haiti January 16, 2010. (REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz)

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The body of a little boy lying on a table at the morgue in the main hospital January 16, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. (Uriel Sinai / Getty Images)

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Haitian mass grave with the bodies of unidentified people in a suburb of Port-au-Prince January 16, 2010. (Olivier Laban Mattei / AFP / Getty Images)

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On the outskirts of Port-au-Prince earthquake victims' bodies lie in heaps on the roadside January 15, 2010. (Globe staff photo / Bill Greene)

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People go on the ruined streets of Port-au-Prince on Jan. 17, 2010. (REUTERS / Daniel Aguilar)

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Men stand near a burning human body in the streets of Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. US peacekeepers patrolling the capital, reported an increase in the public anger and warned authorities and aid organizations to enhance security against looting after the earthquake. (AP Photo / Gregory Bull)

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Looters run during a police assault on January 17, 2010 near the Hypolite Market in Port-au-Prince. Hundreds of rebels looted Hypolite Market in the center of the ruined city, while the survivors - some of the wounded on their shoulders - flooded the hospitals and temporary camps. (Olivier Laban Mattei / AFP / Getty Images)

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An officer of the national Haitian police took up a position during clashes with looters in downtown Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. (REUTERS / Carlos Barria)

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Looters take the bag of another looter who was shot dead by police on January 17, 2010 on the Hypolite Market in Port-au-Prince. (Olivier Laban Mattei / AFP / Getty Images)

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Looters fight at the destroyed store in downtown Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. (REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz)

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A man aims a weapon at the crowd in downtown Port-au-Prince January 15, 2010. The man took a few warning shots into the air to disperse the looters who attacked his shop. (REUTERS / Kena Betancur)

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The man pulls the body of an earthquake victim from a coffin to steal the coffin. Photo taken at the cemetery in Port-au-Prince January 15, 2010. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

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The ruins of the cathedral in Port-au-Prince. (Marco Dormino / MINUSTAH via Getty Images)

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A man rents mobile phone charger for an hour in downtown Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. (REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz)

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Marauders climbed on the wreckage of the building destroyed by an earthquake in downtown Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. Haitian police chased hundreds of stone-throwers looters. (AP Photo / Ricardo Arduengo)

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In this photo provided by the US Navy Sergeant Nicholas Ventvorf hung drip in a helicopter «MH-60S Sea Hawk» before sending the victims of the earthquake on the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) Jan. 17, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. (AP Photo / US Navy, Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Joel Carlson)

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The crowd flooded the ship Haitians in Port-au-Prince January 16, 2010. (Candice Villarreal / U.S. Navy via Bloomberg)

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Survivors of the earthquake pulled the hand to the water bottles handed out by soldiers 82 Airborne Division in Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. Soltady distributed more than 9,000 bottles of water and 2,000 products only for Sunday. (AP Photo / Jae C. Hong)

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Women pray during the service at the main Cathedral in Port-au-Prince January 17, 2010. About a hundred people attended a service conducted completely destroyed by an earthquake at the cathedral. (AP Photo / Gregory Bull)

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