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A hair-raising sense of deja vu in Mexico

JUCHITAN, Mexico - When the tremor struck Tuesday, the people of this earthquake-battered city feared the worst: a repeat of the Sept. 7 earthquake that tumbled buildings and left thousands homeless here.

"We were afraid it was happening all over again," said Yasmin Talavera, 57, who was sitting in a chair Tuesday in an outdoor shelter here, one of the multitudes who have been without homes since a powerful initial quake struck 12 days earlier. "But then it stopped. It wasn't nearly

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