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January 02, 2005


Israeli tanks raid northern Gaza: "Israeli tanks raid the Beit Hanoun area of northern Gaza after militants fire more rockets over the border."

On BBC: World

Suicide Bombers, Gunmen Kill 32 in Iraq: "BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Suicide car bombers hit a bus packed with Iraqi National Guards on Sunday, killing 26 people in the deadliest attack of its kind in four months on Iraqis cooperating with U.S. forces to secure a Jan. 30 election."

On Reuters: Top News

First Tsunami Survivor Found in Three Days: "Sumatran Fisherman Discovered Barely Alive Under His Beached Boat Is the First Tsunami Survivor Found in Three Days"

On ABC News: World

Same-Sex Couple Seeks Benefits in R.I.On Foxnews: U.S. & World

QUAKE ANGEL: 10-year-old British girl's warning that tidal wave was about to strike saves hundreds...On The Drudge Report

Survivors: No signs of life in 100-mile trek: "The bridge over the broad Raba Lhoknga River was destroyed by the tsunami waves that smashed into Aceh province, its steel-girder frame snapped in two and heaved far into the waters, the road washed away without a trace."

On The Philadelphia Inquirer

More than primates: Taking on sea turtles: "One in an occasional series. MORAKA BEACH, Equatorial Guinea - The gigantic leatherback turtle shoveled black sand backward to cover her freshly deposited eggs, then paused to catch her breath before resuming the task, fulfilling the ancient imperative to produce a new generation."

On The Philadelphia Inquirer

Tracking Down Immigrant Fugitives: "The rendezvous was in front of Shoe City. In the frosty darkness, four Homeland Security officers strapped bulletproof vests over their sweat shirts and fingered their pistols. It was 5 a.m., and the voice of their supervisor, Raymond Smith, sliced through the silence in the parking lot of Prince George's Plaza."

On Washington Post: Top News

NASA Nurtures Inventors to Produce Space Wonders of the Future: "When Tony Bennett sings about "little cable cars" that "climb halfway to the stars," he's talking about San Francisco on a clear night. But when Jerome Pearson thinks about cables, cars and stars, he means the real thing."

On Washington Post: Top News

Old woman unleashes deadly attack on husband with sauce bottles: "Mainichi Daily News, Centrist daily of Tokyo, Japan"

On World Press Review: Breaking News

Pig Emissions Part of Global Warming (AP): "AP - Pig manure in Chile will keep neon lights glowing on Tokyo's Ginza in years to come. It's a grand north-south tradeoff to slow global warming: You reduce your "greenhouse gas" emissions so I don't have to cut back on mine."

On Yahoo! News: Highest Rated

Five killed in Maoist attack in Nepal: "The rebels opened fire on a police patrol at Bankhet in Kanchanpur district in the country's southwestern tip. "

On Hindustan Times: World

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