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Myanmar quake death toll at 11, aftershocks rumble

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A man sits under the Radana Thinga Bridge over the Irrawaddy River, still under construction, after it collapsed following an earthquake near Singgu Township November 11, 2012. An earthquake struck central Myanmar on Sunday near its second-biggest city, Mandalay, killing at least six people, with the death toll likely to rise as part of an unfinished bridge fell into the Irrawaddy River and several workers were missing....more

A man sits under the Radana Thinga Bridge over the Irrawaddy River, still under construction, after it collapsed following an earthquake near Singgu Township November 11, 2012. An earthquake struck central Myanmar on Sunday near its second-biggest city, Mandalay, killing at least six people, with the death toll likely to rise as part of an unfinished bridge fell into the Irrawaddy River and several workers were missing. REUTERS/Stringer
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A man walks near a Buddhist pagoda that was badly damaged by an earthquake in the village of Ma Lar at Kyauk Myaung township November 11, 2012. An earthquake struck central Myanmar on Sunday near its second-biggest city, Mandalay, killing at least six people, with the death toll likely to rise as part of an unfinished bridge fell into the Irrawaddy River and several workers were missing. REUTERS/Stringer

A man walks near a Buddhist pagoda that was badly damaged by an earthquake in the village of Ma Lar at Kyauk Myaung township November 11, 2012. An earthquake struck central Myanmar on Sunday near its second-biggest city, Mandalay, killing at least six people, with the death toll likely to rise as part of an unfinished bridge fell into the Irrawaddy River and several workers were missing. REUTERS/Stringer
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A badly damaged Buddhist pagoda is seen after an earthquake in the village of Ma Lar at Kyauk Myaung township November 11, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer

A badly damaged Buddhist pagoda is seen after an earthquake in the village of Ma Lar at Kyauk Myaung township November 11, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer
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