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In this Jan. 8, 2013 photo, Astrel Clovis, a 42-year-old marathon runner, stretches his leg muscles outside his home as two of his young neighbors watch, in Petionville, a suburb of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Like virtually all Haitians in the capital of 3 million, the runner's life was disrupted by the catastrophic earthquake on Jan. 12, 2010. Before the quake, he shared a three-bedroom house with his aunt and cousins, and dreamed of running his first marathon. The quake destroyed that house, along with about 100,000 homes across the capital and southern Haiti. The government put the death toll at 316,000, but no one knows how many people died. Clovis was lucky. He didn't lose any relatives, or close friends - or his marathon dreams. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

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In this Jan. 8, 2013 photo, Astrel Clovis, a 42-year-old marathon runner, stretches his leg muscles outside his home as two of his young neighbors watch, in Petionville, a suburb of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  Like virtually all Haitians in the capital of 3 million, the runner's life was disrupted by the catastrophic earthquake on Jan. 12, 2010.  Before the quake, he shared a three-bedroom house with his aunt and cousins, and dreamed of running his first marathon. The quake destroyed that house, along with about 100,000 homes across the capital and southern Haiti. The government put the death toll at 316,000, but no one knows how many people died. Clovis was lucky. He didn't lose any relatives, or close friends  - or his marathon dreams. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
In this Jan. 8, 2013 photo, Astrel Clovis, a 42-year-old marathon runner, stretches his leg muscles outside his home as two of his young neighbors watch, in Petionville, a suburb of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Like virtually all Haitians in the capital of 3 million, the runner's life was disrupted by the catastrophic earthquake on Jan. 12, 2010. Before the quake, he shared a three-bedroom house with his aunt and cousins, and dreamed of running his first marathon. The quake destroyed that house, along with about 100,000 homes across the capital and southern Haiti. The government put the death toll at 316,000, but no one knows how many people died. Clovis was lucky. He didn't lose any relatives, or close friends - or his marathon dreams. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
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