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December 13, 1988 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, Associated Press
Campfires fueled by broken furniture and window frames illuminate the grief-stricken, soot-stained faces of Armenians digging through the debris left by the earthquake that reduced this city to a pile of concrete and corpses. The odors of cremated bodies and those decomposing under the debris mingle in the dust-clouded air, an acrid reminder of the disaster estimated to have killed 90% of Spitak's population of 20,000 people.
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December 13, 1988 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, Associated Press
Campfires fueled by broken furniture and window frames illuminate the grief-stricken, soot-stained faces of Armenians digging through the debris left by the earthquake that reduced this city to a pile of concrete and corpses. The odors of cremated bodies and those decomposing under the debris mingle in the dust-clouded air, an acrid reminder of the disaster estimated to have killed 90% of Spitak's population of 20,000 people.
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