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The site is located in the outskirts of Port-au-Prince in Titanyen, where the bodies of an estimated 100,000 people who died were dumped along with rubble and debris from the earthquake.

Joseph Duveone, hobbling on crutches in the hot sun, was at the mass grave to commemorate the day. He lost his right leg a year ago during the quake.

“It is a really sad day with all these bodies buried here,” said Mr. Duveone. “We can’t ever forget what happened.”

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