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Tonight on 360°, Anderson reports on the children of Haiti orphaned by the earthquake.
He spoke with a doctor at a hospital camp outside Port-au-Prince, who is worried about the security of the orphans.
"We've spent all day and the last four days going down to the U.N., going up the chain of command, we've talked to the U.S. Army, we've spoken to the U.S. Air Force... everything's been documented about our attempts to get somebody on base to take care of this camp for all of us," Dr. Laura Asher told Anderson.
Dr. Asher said there was a suspicious man on the hospital grounds who was removed several days ago. She's convinced he was trying to steal a child.
The fear is the children could be trafficked, stolen for illegal adoptions, sexually exploited or sold as domestic servants.
Tonight, we'll also give you an up close look at the destruction of the presidential palace in the capital city.
360's Gary Tuchman and his crew saw the damage first-hand.
"Imagine if the White House were destroyed. The horrors of that are exactly what the Haitian people are now going through. The physical and symbolic devastation are very raw," Gary reports.
Gary will show you where the president of Haiti is forced to work out of now.
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