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Haiti remembers 2010 earthquake in subdued ceremony

Haiti's President Michel Martelly (L), former U.S. president Bill Clinton (2nd L) and Haiti's First Lady Sophia Martelly (2nd R) visit a memorial service remembering the lives lost in the January 2010 earthquake at the mass burial site at Morne St. Christophe January 12, 2013. Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the country's president, Michel Martelly, at an official commemoration of the third anniversary of the earthquake that decimated the capital and killed more than 250,000 people. REUTERS/Swoan Parker

Haiti's President Michel Martelly (L), former U.S. president Bill Clinton (2nd L) and Haiti's First Lady Sophia Martelly (2nd R) visit a memorial service remembering the lives lost in the January 2010 earthquake at the mass burial site at Morne St....more

Haiti's President Michel Martelly (L), former U.S. president Bill Clinton (2nd L) and Haiti's First Lady Sophia Martelly (2nd R) visit a memorial service remembering the lives lost in the January 2010 earthquake at the mass burial site at Morne St. Christophe January 12, 2013. Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the country's president, Michel Martelly, at an official commemoration of the third anniversary of the earthquake that decimated the capital and killed more than 250,000 people. REUTERS/Swoan Parker
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Crosses erected to remember the lives lost in the January 2010 earthquake are seen at a mass burial site at Morne St. Christophe January 12, 2013. Former U.S. president Bill Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the country's president, Michel Martelly, at an official commemoration of the third anniversary of the earthquake that decimated the capital and killed more than 250,000 people. REUTERS/Swoan Parker

Crosses erected to remember the lives lost in the January 2010 earthquake are seen at a mass burial site at Morne St. Christophe January 12, 2013. Former U.S. president Bill Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the country's president, Michel...more

Crosses erected to remember the lives lost in the January 2010 earthquake are seen at a mass burial site at Morne St. Christophe January 12, 2013. Former U.S. president Bill Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the country's president, Michel Martelly, at an official commemoration of the third anniversary of the earthquake that decimated the capital and killed more than 250,000 people. REUTERS/Swoan Parker
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Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (R) visits the Mission of Hope Leveque Housing Community and Agricultural and Technical Research Training Center in Leveque January, 2013. Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the country's president, Michel Martelly, at an official commemoration of the third anniversary of the earthquake that decimated the capital and killed more than 250,000 people. REUTERS/Swoan Parker

Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (R) visits the Mission of Hope Leveque Housing Community and Agricultural and Technical Research Training Center in Leveque January, 2013. Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the country's president, Michel...more

Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (R) visits the Mission of Hope Leveque Housing Community and Agricultural and Technical Research Training Center in Leveque January, 2013. Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the country's president, Michel Martelly, at an official commemoration of the third anniversary of the earthquake that decimated the capital and killed more than 250,000 people. REUTERS/Swoan Parker
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Haiti's President Michel Martelly (C) and Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe (L) place flowers during a memorial service remembering the lives lost in the January 2010 earthquake at the mass burial site at Morne St. Christophe January 12, 2013. Former U.S. president Bill Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the Martelly, at an official commemoration of the third anniversary of the earthquake that decimated the capital and killed more than 250,000 people. REUTERS/Swoan Parker

Haiti's President Michel Martelly (C) and Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe (L) place flowers during a memorial service remembering the lives lost in the January 2010 earthquake at the mass burial site at Morne St. Christophe January 12, 2013. Former...more

Haiti's President Michel Martelly (C) and Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe (L) place flowers during a memorial service remembering the lives lost in the January 2010 earthquake at the mass burial site at Morne St. Christophe January 12, 2013. Former U.S. president Bill Clinton flew to Haiti on Saturday to join the Martelly, at an official commemoration of the third anniversary of the earthquake that decimated the capital and killed more than 250,000 people. REUTERS/Swoan Parker
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