In-flows of food, medical supplies, construction equipment and military troops - mostly from Brazil, Canada and the USA - continued to pour into the rubble of Haiti's earthquake-battered capital at the end of last week.
A steady stream of foreigners, meanwhile, poured out of Haiti by airlift, including 1,441 Canadians flown home by 20 January aboard Canada's newly acquired Boeing C-17s.
Reflecting the grim horror of the 7.3-magnitude quake's devastation, a Brazilian air force Lockheed Martin
C-130 on 20 January flew home the bodies of 17 army comrades, members
of a Brazilian battalion deployed to Port-au-Prince before the disaster
under the United Nations' stabilisation mission. Read more...
Here a United States Air Force aircraft parachute-drops aid to Haiti.