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‘Painful days ahead’ as Haitians struggle to count lives lost in quake

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By Laura Gottesdiener CAVAILLON, Haiti (Reuters) – Haitian officials slowly tallied the dead and disappeared in remote villages on Thursday, after the toll from last weekend’s devastating earthquake passed 2,000 and Prime Minister Ariel Henry warned the Caribbean nation faced painful times ahead. In the small town of Cavaillon, local officials huddled over pieces of paper where they recorded the number of damaged houses, schools and churches in each of the surrounding villages, along with the number of dead and missing. “We think there are still bodies in the ruins because we can smell them fr…

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