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In pictures: China begins recovery

Workers build temporary accommodation in Dujiangyan

The people of China's Sichuan province are beginning to rebuild their lives after the devastating 12 May earthquake in which as many as 80,000 people may have died.

Earthquake survivor Wang Xianfu, 67, in hospital in Shifang

Many of the injured are still in hospital, like this man rescued in Bajiao.

Injured person moved into train at Minyiang station

Others have had to be moved to cities with hospitals better able to deal with their injuries.

Car hit by huge rock on road in Dujiangyan

The impact of the earthquake is still emerging, as on this road near Dujiangyan.

Earthquake survivors play a game in Mianzhu

While in Mianzhu, young survivors have been trying to keep their spirits up.

Children register for class at a temporary shelter in Dujiangyan

In Dujiangyan, children at a temporary shelter have been registering for school.

Earthquake survivor browses through donated books

Survivors have been benefiting from donated books.

Residents move furniture out of house in Dujiangyan after discovering it was unsafe

The threat of further damage from aftershocks, landslides and flooding remains - these Dujiangyan residents were told their house was unsafe.




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