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From L to R, Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamorthe, Haitian President Michel Martelly, UN special envoy to Haiti former US president Bill Clinton and Haitian First Lady Sophia Martelly observe a minute of silence on January 12, 2013 in Titanyin, 14km from Port-au-Prince, at a communal grave for a memorial ceremony in honor of the victims of the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Three years after a massive earthquake ravaged Haiti, Martelly said the country was slowly rebuilding, despite the ongoing day-to-day misery of many survivors. An estimated 250,000 people were killed in the earthquake. Hundreds of thousands are still living rough in squalid makeshift camps, and they now face rampant crime, a cholera outbreak and the occasional hurricane. AFP PHOTO Thony BELIZAIRE (Photo credit should read THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images)
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From L to R, Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamorthe, Haitian President Michel Martelly, UN special envoy to Haiti former US president Bill Clinton and Haitian First Lady Sophia Martelly observe a minute of silence on January 12, 2013 in Titanyin, 14km from Port-au-Prince, at a communal grave for a memorial ceremony in honor of the victims of the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Three years after a massive earthquake ravaged Haiti, Martelly said the country was slowly rebuilding, despite the ongoing day-to-day misery of many survivors. An estimated 250,000 people were killed in the earthquake. Hundreds of thousands are still living rough in squalid makeshift camps, and they now face rampant crime, a cholera outbreak and the occasional hurricane. AFP PHOTO Thony BELIZAIRE (Photo credit should read THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images)
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