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PALU, Indonesia — For two days, Edi Setiawan helped pull the dead and the living out of a sea of mud and debris, all of them victims of one of Indonesia’s deadliest earthquakes in years.

And then, half-buried in the brown sludge, he saw two motionless bodies that broke his heart.

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“I could see my father still embracing my sister,” Setiawan said Monday, recounting the devastating moment he found the pair entombed in mud near their home in the city of Palu.

“I just cried,” he said. “I was able to save other people, but I was unable to save my own family.”

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  1. If they’re worried about disease, why aren’t they cremating the bodies instead of burying them? Archaic countries will remain archaic until they choose to improve themselves!

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