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Haiti in the aftermath

Haitians pick up the pieces of their shattered lives after a devastating earthquake hit the impoverished nation on Jan. 12.

 
 

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An elderly man stops for a prayer before the cross at Sacre Coeur church in Port-au-Prince on Sunday, Feb. 28.


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