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-Stranded Taiwan Tourists in Sichuan fly Back to Taiwan
-Power Resumed in Sichuan Except Aba, Beichuan
-Russian, ROK Rescue Teams Arrive in China's Quake-Hit Sichuan
-Chinese President Encourages Quake Victims to Overcome Difficulties
-More than 20,000 Stranded Survivors Rescued in Quake-hit SW China
-Quake Aftermath: 4,400 Aftershocks and More to Come
-Chinese President Arrives in Sichuan Quake Area, While Premier Vows No Give-up in Saving Lives
-China Qquake Deaths Estimated Over 50,000 in Sichuan Alone, 19,509 Deaths Confirmed
-Premier Wen Calls for Nationwide Efforts in Rescue, Relief After 'Most Destructive' Quake Since 1949
-China Plans for Adoption of Children Orphaned in Quake
-Chinese Gov't Earmarks Another 1.17 Bln Yuan for Eisaster Relief
-Officials: China Orders Probe of School Collapses in Quake
-Central Government Departments Actively Engaged in Quake Relief
-Chinese President Flies to Quake-hit Sichuan
-Domestic Donations Hit 1.34 Bln Yuan
-FM Spokesman: China Grateful for Int'l Quake Aid
-UN Stands Ready to Assist China Quake Victims
-130,000 Troops in Rescue Operations Throughout Quake Area
-64,040 Quake Victims Hospitalized in Sichuan
-Ministry: Domestic Donations to Quake-hit Areas Hit 1.34 Bln Yuan
-China Gives Extra 200 Mln Yuan in Disaster Relief Fund
-China Allocates 400 Mln Yuan for Medical Relief in Quake-hit Areas
-China Aims at 'No Big Epidemic After a Great Disaster'
-Rescue HQ in China's Beichuan Says 600 Quake Survivors Saved
-Earthquake Death Toll in Sichuan Exceeds 19,500
-119 Aftershocks Monitored After Major Earthquake in Wenchuan
-Mainland Lets in Taiwan Chartered Freight Flights Sending Quake-relief Materials
-Foreign Ministry: Israeli, U.S. Citizens Safe in Quake Area
-Rescuers Save more than 60,000 Injured People From Quake-hit Areas
-More Countries Offer Aid to Quake-hit China
-Strong Aftershock Jolts Yingxiu Town in Wenchuan Again
-Chinese Premier Continues Inspection in Quake-hit Guangyuan, SW China
-Military Airdrops Disaster Relief Goods to Quake-Stricken Towns
-Three Mountainous Towns Still Out of Reach in China's Quake-hit Area
-Situation at China's Quake Epicenter Worse Than Expected; Rescue in Full Swing
-China Promises Transparency in Quake Donation Fund Use
-China Sends 101 More Helicopters to Quake-hit Area for Relief Work
-Chinese Premier Orders Deployment of 90 More HeliCopters for Quake Relief
-30,000 Missing or Out of Reach in One Single Chinese City After Earthquake
-Foreign Political Parties, Organizations Offer Condolences Over Devastating Earthquake in China
-Tibetan Lamas Pray for Quake Victims
-China Hydropower Engineering Police Force Join in Quake Relief
-Banking Regulators: No Remittance Fee for Disaster Relief Donors
-Chinese Mainland Thanks Taiwan for Support in Quake
-Chinese Police Warns Against Swindling After Quake
-U.S. Volunteers Help China Quake Victims Near Epicenter
-Russia Sends Humanitarian Aid to Quake-hit China
-U.S. Delivers Aid of 500,000 Dollars to China's Quake-hit Areas
-More World Leaders, Gov't Officials Offer Condolences to China Over Earthquake
-Pakistan to Send Relief Goods to China for Earthquake Affectees
-Chinese Politburo Stresses Saving Lives First in Quake Relief
-China Quake Death Toll Rises to 14,866 by 2:00 p.m.
-China Table Tennis Team Donates 1 Mln Yuan to Earthquake Region
-China Responds to Disaster With Exemplary Speed, Concern: British Paper
-All Stranded Rail Passengers Evacuated After China Earthquake
-Premier Oversees Quake Rescue in SW China's Beichuan
-800 Armed Police Start Rescue Operation in Quake-hit SW China
-Emergency Relief Teams Rescue 84 Quake Survivors in Sichuan
-Chinese Army's Largest Airlift to Take 11,420 Troops to Quake-hit Province
-Troops Arrive at Worst-hit Township at Epicenter
-Japan Provides Satellite Images on Quake Areas
-Situation at Quake Epicenter Worse Than Expected
-Soldiers hike to quake-buried Chinese villages
-21.6m Bottles of Mineral Water Shipped to Quake-hit Areas
-U.S. Offers Aid to China for Earthquake Relief
-PLA Sends 1,500 More Medical Staff to Quake-hit Areas
-Premier Wen Reemphasizes Saving Lives in Quake Relief
-China Transfers 11,420 Soldiers to Quake-hit Sichuan
-EU Says Ready to Provide Aid to Earthquake-hit China
-Romania to Grant China Humanitarian Aid
-Germany Announces aid to China Over Earthquake
-Powerful Earthquake Devours County in Sichuan
-Chinese Premier Tells Quake Victims Rescue, Relief on the Way
-China Mobilizes 2,000 Medical Staff for SW Quake Disaster Area
-At least 1,000 Students Buried in China County Worst Hit by Quake
-787 Stranded Passengers Safely Evacuated After SW China Quake
-China Quake Death Toll Rises to 11,921
-Strong Aftershock Rocks Chengdu
-Expert team Sent to Quake Area to Assess Pollution Risks
-KMT Honorary Chairman Sends Condolences to SW China Quake Area

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