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Rescuers shift through the rubble to recover an unidentified man at a fish port in Pasil, Cebu, central Philippines on Tuesday Oct. 15, 2013. A 7.2-magnitude earthquake collapsed buildings, cracked roads and toppled the bell tower of the Philippines' oldest church Tuesday morning, killing at least 20 people across the central region. (AP Photo/Chester Baldicantos)
Photo by: Chester Baldicantos
Rescuers shift through the rubble to recover an unidentified man at a fish port in Pasil, Cebu, central Philippines on Tuesday Oct. 15, 2013. A 7.2-magnitude earthquake collapsed buildings, cracked roads and toppled the bell tower of the Philippines' oldest church Tuesday morning, killing at least 20 people across the central region. (AP Photo/Chester Baldicantos)

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