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Rescue workers check the ID of Edilson da Silva found next to recovered bodies of landslides victims in Nova Friburgo, Brazil, Monday, Jan. 17, 2011. Brazil's army on Monday sent 700 soldiers to help throw a lifeline to desperate neighborhoods that have been cut off from food, water or help in recovering bodies since mudslides killed at least 642 people. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
Photo by: Felipe Dana
Rescue workers check the ID of Edilson da Silva found next to recovered bodies of landslides victims in Nova Friburgo, Brazil, Monday, Jan. 17, 2011. Brazil's army on Monday sent 700 soldiers to help throw a lifeline to desperate neighborhoods that have been cut off from food, water or help in recovering bodies since mudslides killed at least 642 people. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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