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A rescue worker checks a notebook found next to the recovered body of landslide victim Samara Coelho da Silva, 13, left, inside a body bag, 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
A rescue worker checks a notebook found next to the recovered body of landslide victim Samara Coelho da Silva, 13, left, inside a body bag, 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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