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Special> Aftermath of the Quake> Relief Work

-Debris Blasted to Ease Pressure on Rising Lake in China's Quake Zone
-Securing Safer Pastures for a New Beginning
-Quake-battered Sichuan on High Alert as Flood Season Begins
-Sichuan Quake Portends Frugal Life for Pandas
-Landslides Leave Quake-hit own Isolated Again in Sichuan
-Power Restored in Nearly All China Quake Regions
-China Quake-relief Headquarters Calls for Priority in Rebuilding Public Facilities
-Quake-hit Schools Resume Classes
-Rebuilding Takes Center Stage
-Sichuan Quake Victims Confident They Can Rebuild Lives
-China's Quake-battered Sichuan Reopens 13 Cities to Tourists
-Flood From Main Quake Lake Passes Mianyang City Safely
-Road to Beichuan Still Bumpy
-Sichuan Works to Prevent Earthquake-related Disasters
-Water Level Drops at Tangjiashan Lake
-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
-Search for Crashed Relief Copter Continues
-Two Stranded Miners Rescued 19 Days After Quake
-Happy Children's Day, Chinese President Says to Quake-affected Kids
-Helicopter Crashed While on Duty in Quake Zones
-Nearly 200,000 People Evacuated to Safe Ground as Planned in SW China
-Overall Environmental Quality Stable, Water Quality Potable in Quake-hit Sichuan
-Earthquake Relief Workers Being Evacuated From Tangjiashan Lake
-Soldiers Work Non-stop to Drain 'Quake Lake' as Thousands Prepare to Evacuate
-Official: Sichuan Industrial Enterprises Lose More Than 200 Bln Yuan in earthquake
-Massive China Quake Heavily Mauls Tourist Paradise
-Fate of Pandas in China's Largest Reserve Unknown After Quake
-Donations to China Quake-hit Areas Exceed 37 Bln Yuan
-Amid Race to Drain Chinese Quake Lake, Emergency Plans Proceed
-Swollen Lake Tops China's Quake Relief Agenda, Draining, Evacuation Side by Side
-Kuomintang Official Arrives in Quake-hit Sichuan, Pledging More Help to Quake Victims
-Reconstruction Planning Group to Be Launched for China Post-quake Work
-Poverty Alleviation Foundation Announces a Run on Donations
-Quake Donations Rise to 30.9 Bln Yuan
-Over 10,000 Children, Elderly 'Alone After Quake'
-Flood Alarm Grows in Quake Area
-Donations to China's Quake-hit Regions Rise to 26.1 Bln Yuan
-Quake Orphans Face Uncertain Future
-6 Pandas Moved to New Shelter After Quake
-Trunk Highways, Rural Roads Worst Hit After Quake in Sichuan
-China Quake-struck County to Relocate 10,000 People to Other Provinces
-Emergency Solution for Dangerous 'Quake Lake' Underway
-Water Quality Basically Unchanged in Quake-hit Areas
-Nuclear Facilities in Quake Regions Safe
-Post-quake Rebuilding to Take 3 Years
-China Quake-struck County to Relocate 10,000 People to Other Provinces
-Tent Makers at Full Production
-Eight large 'Quake Lakes' in Sichuan Threaten Remaining Villages
-Tens of thousands of Chinese Seek to Adopt Quake Orphans
-Cultural Relics Lost to Quake in China
-167 Aftershocks Above Magnitude 4 Monitored in Sichuan After Major Earthquake
-China's Commercial Enterprises Lose 25 Bln Yuan in Quake
-China Reiterates Urgent Need for Tents in Quake-hit Areas
-'Quake Lakes' on China River to be Fixed; Thousands Evacuated
-Thousands Injured in China Quake Being Moved for Treatment
-China Quake Survivors, Rescuers Being Helped by 68,000 Volunteers
-11th Panchen Lama Prays for Quake Victims
-PetroChina's Oil, Gas Production Nearly Restores in Sichuan
-Power Supply Mostly Restored in Quake-hit Sichuan Province
-80% of Quake Victims' Corpses Buried or Cremated
-Psychological Treatment Being Offered in China's Quake Areas
-Hong Kong Sends Logistic Support Team for Mainland Quake-hit Area
-Survivors of China Quake Cope With Thousands of Aftershocks
-No Major Epidemic Outbreak Reported in Quake-hit Zone
-Man Alive Nearly 179 Hours After Quake
-Donations to China's Quake-hit Regions Near 14 Bln Yuan
-Teachers' Ultimate Sacrifice
-Chinese Rescuers Reach All Quake-hit Villages
-Two Trapped People Rescued After 164 Hours Beneath Quake Rubble
-Radio Program on Psychological Assistance Helps Qquake-hit Chinese Recover
-Chinese Woman Dies Soon After Rescue From Earthquake Debris
-Aftershock of Magnitude 6 to 7 Likely to Hit China Quake Area
-From Leaders on Down, Millions Mourn Quake Dead

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