Haiti Earthquake 2010 Update | Haiti Hit By Aftershock As Rescue Continues
US scientists monitoring the region said the shock's epicentre was 35 miles south-west of the capital Port-au-Prince and six miles underground.
Sky's chief correspondent, Stuart Ramsay, travelled to the dangerous slum of Solidad to watch one failed aid drop.
The World Food Program said 270,000 people had received emergency food assistance by Monday night.
World Vision spokesman Steve Matthews defended the aid distribution.
"The aid is never fast enough for the armchair aid workers sipping their lattes," said Mr Matthews.
"Despite the slowness, aid is flowing. The UN Security Council has agreed to add 2,000 UN troops and 1,500 police to the 9,000-member peacekeeping mission in Haiti.
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