The Dongqi Middle School in Hanwang, China,

The Dongqi Middle School in Hanwang, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000014" title="China" href="/topic/international/china-PLGEO00000014.topic">China</a>, is where a massive effort continues to free about half of the 700 students still under the rubble. Here family members look at a body to see if it is one of their loved ones. More than 72 hours after the quake rattled central China, rescuers appeared to shift from poring through downed buildings for survivors to the grim duty of searching for bodies with 10 million directly affected by Monday's temblor.
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( Barbara Davidson/Los Angeles Times / May 15, 2008 )

The Dongqi Middle School in Hanwang, China, is where a massive effort continues to free about half of the 700 students still under the rubble. Here family members look at a body to see if it is one of their loved ones. More than 72 hours after the quake rattled central China, rescuers appeared to shift from poring through downed buildings for survivors to the grim duty of searching for bodies with 10 million directly affected by Monday's temblor.

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