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What now? Mexicans in shelters ask themselves after quake

Terra Daily Saturday, 23 September 2017
What now? Mexicans in shelters ask themselves after quakeMexico City (AFP) Sept 22, 2017

Erika Albarran, a 33-year-old street vendor, was feeding her baby when the 7.1-magnitude quake struck Mexico City. Both survived, but her home was damaged and now she's in a shelter, with no money, not knowing how to face the future. She, like thousands living in the capital, saw her daily life upended in the long seconds of the earthquake, which killed more than 270 people. It is e
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