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State Council Quake HQ Congratulates Lake Drainage Team
China's Post-quake Rebuilding Rule Focuses on Public Structures
Official: China Wins 'Decisive Victory' in Main Quake Lake Drainage
China Quake Death Toll Rises to 69,142
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Government Acts    
State Council Quake HQ Congratulates Lake Drainage Team
Official: China Wins 'Decisive Victory' in Main Quake Lake Drainage
Premier Wen's Dialogue Touches Quake-affected People
Chinese Premier Rrges No Relaxation in Epidemic Prevention in Quake Areas
Chinese Premier Vows 'No Casualty' During Tangjiashan Quake Lake Inspection
China Leaders Order Provinces to Help Quake Zone Counties
China Open to Foreign Assistance in Disaster Relief
China Passes Regulation on Post-quake Restoration and Reconstruction
Chinese Premier Underscores Production Resumption in Quake Zone
National Earthquake Rescue Training Base Set up
Relief Work    
Flood From Main Quake Lake Passes Mianyang City Safely
China's Post-quake Rebuilding Rule Focuses on Public Structures
Taiwan People Donate Another 64 Mln Yuan During Quake-themed Show in Beijing
Disasters Slash Profits of China's Largest Power Grid
Thousands of Quake-hit Students Resume Classes Elsewhere
Decision Time Near to Drain China's Quake-formed Lake as Water Rises
19 Less Likely to Survive as More Efforts Put in Helicopter Hunt
First School in Epicenter Resumes Classes
No Mass Health Problems in Quake Zone, Ministry Says
International Reaction    
WHO: China Post-quake Health Response 'Quick, effective'
Philippine Embassy to China Holds Concert for Quake Areas in Sichuan
Bulgaria to Provide 100,000 Euro Humanitarian Aid to China
China Open to Foreign Assistance in Disaster Relief
Int'l Community Continues Condolences, Aid to China's Quake-hit Area
Int'l Community Continues to Offer Condolences, Aid to Quake-hit China
S. Africa Donates Money to China's Quake-hit Area
U.S. Charity, UPS Team up to Send Relief Flight to China
WHO: Preventing Epidemic Outbreaks Still a Big Challenge for China
UN to Render Long-term Support for China Quake Reconstruction
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Water Level Drops at Tangjiashan Lake
Crashed Copter Found Near Quake Epicenter
Daily Numbers
As of 12 p.m. on June 10
Death Toll: 69,146
Injured: 374,072
Missing: 17,516
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"Hey, my dear! If you survive, please remember that mummy will always love you."

"Don't cry, daddy. I'll be strong."

"I was scared because it was totally dark under the rubble. I was freezing and hungry. The only way to relieve my fear was by reading."

"I do hope that biscuits like this, as well as mineral water, can reach more and more quake-affected victims."

"Today, May 13, is my 20th birthday. I'll never forget tonight because I'm celebrating my birthday under the rubble. Thank you for rescuing me."

"Happy birthday to you!"

"Never mind! I don't feel scared. Please save them first!"

"Man has to learn how to be strong under such despairing circumstances."

"Let me go to save more lives, please!"

"Sorry dad, I can't escort you home, I have to obey orders. Please forgive me!"

"People in the quake zone lead a much harder life than I do."

"They've already returned home. I cried when I saw them off; I was close to death; I reconfirmed my responsibility; and I felt happy because we survived."

"I prefer to see my dad rather than my leg."

"I never expected him to survive!"

"I'm thirsty for an iced coke! What do you want to drink? I'll buy it for you."

"They have suffered too much."

"We'll not only build our own houses but also help others."

"We should move on no matter how hard life is."

"She is the 'mother' of 36 babies."

"Grandpa will come to visit you again."

"Don't cry! The government will take good care of you… This is a disaster, but you all survived, so live happily with that."

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