Photos: Mourning Continues In Haiti With A Rare Funeral

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    Hundreds gathered for a funeral service held early Saturday morning for Archbishop Joseph Serge Miot and Vicar General Charles Benoit outside of Notre-Dame de l'Assomption, Port-au-Prince's main cathedral. The two died when the archdiocesan offices collapsed on January 12.
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    A man collapses in grief outside the cathedral in Port-au-Prince.
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    A woman cries in front of the gates of the cathedral. Hundreds of Haitians attended the funeral service outside the cathedral.
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    Haitian priests listen to the service for the two clergymen in front of the destroyed cathedral. President Réné Préval was in attendance, though he did not speak.
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    A woman collapses in anguish in front of the destroyed cathedral.
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    A woman is comforted by a priest in front of the cathedral.
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    Saturday's funeral service was one of only a few that have been held. As of Saturday, the Haitian government said more than 111,000 bodies had been recovered. Most have been buried in mass graves outside the Port-au-Prince.
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