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Special> Aftermath of the Quake> Government Acts

-Red Cross: All Donations Used for Disaster Relief
-Health Ministry: No major Epidemic Reported in Quake Zone
-China Party Leadership: Prevent Epidemics, Minimize Quake Losses
-Auditors to Track Relief Funds and Supplies
-Quake Rebuilding Effort Allocated 70 Bln Yuan
-China Moves to Prevent Epidemic Disease in Quake Areas
-China Runs Three More Trains to Take Injured From Quake Area
-Chinese Vice President: Quake Relief Top Priority for Gov't
-Senior Officials Call for More Support, Aid to Quake-hit Area
-China Sets up Expert Panel for Quake Relief, Reconstruction
-Vice Premier: Quake Relief Still at Critical Point
-Quake Rebuilding Effort Allocated 70 Bln Yuan
-China Offers Temporary Allowance for Quake Victims
-CPC Anti-graft Chief: Ensure Quality in New Schools
-No Major Epidemic Outbreak Reported in Quake-hit Zone
-CPC Anti-graft Chief: Ensure Quality in New Schools
-Vice Premier Li Keqiang Stresses Sheltering of Quake Victims
-Vice President Urges Local Gov'ts to 'Offer Whatever' to Help Quake Victims
-China Pledges More Tents for Millions Left Homeless by Quake
-Vice Premier: China Appreciates, Welcomes World's Quake Aid
-Official: Donations to China Quake Zones 'Moving Quickly'
-Chinese Embassies Worldwide Mourn Quake Victims, Some Foreign Leaders Join
-Senior Official Appreciates Relief Work in Chongqing Municipality
-Senior Official Appreciates Relief Work in Chongqing Municipality
-China Begins Three-day Mourning for Quake Victims
-National College Entrance Examination to Be postponed in Quake-hit Areas
-Vice Premier Li Keqiang Stresses Disease Prevention in Quake-hit Areas
-Chinese Military Holds First Press Conference Showing Quake Rescue Efforts
-Premier Wen Urges Quake Research, Early Warning to Minimize Casualties
-President Hu Orders Rescuers to Reach Every Quake-hit Village by 'Every available Means'
-China Dispatches 113,080 Armed Forces in Earthquake Rescue
-Chinese President in Shifang to Oversee Quake Relief
-Six Days After Quake, China Still Goes all-out to Search for Survivors
-Vice Premier Li Keqiang Arrives in Mianyang
-Senior Chinese Military Officials Call for All-out Army Efforts for Quake Rescue
-Chinese Premier Stresses All-out Efforts to Rescue Quake Victims
-Central Gov't Departments Continue Efforts in Quake Relief
-China's Top Political Advisor Urges Whole Society to Help in Quake Relief
-China Sends Experts to Assess Reservoir Damage in Quake-hit Sichuan
-President Hu Visits Quake Victims, Saving Lives Top Priority After Four Days
-Chinese President Encourages Quake Victims to Overcome Difficulties
-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
-Premier Wen Calls for Nationwide Efforts in Rescue, Relief After 'Most Destructive' Quake Since 1949
-Chinese President Flies to Quake-hit Sichuan
-Central Government Departments Actively Engaged in Quake Relief
-FM Spokesman: China Grateful for Int'l Quake Aid
-Premier Moves Chinese Amid Quake Effort
-130,000 Troops in Rescue Operations Throughout Quake Area
-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'
-Transparency Works
-Chinese Premier Continues Inspection in Quake-hit Guangyuan, SW China
-Military Airdrops Disaster Relief Goods to Quake-Stricken Towns
-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
-China Hydropower Engineering Police Force Join in Quake Relief
-Banking Regulators: No Remittance Fee for Disaster Relief Donors
-Chinese Police Warns Against Swindling After Quake
-Chinese Politburo Stresses Saving Lives First in Quake Relief
-All Stranded Rail Passengers Evacuated After China Earthquake
-Chinese Army's Largest Airlift to Take 11,420 Troops to Quake-hit Province
-Premier Oversees Quake Rescue in SW China's Beichuan
-Chinese Premier Tells Quake Victims Rescue, Relief on the Way
-China Transfers 11,420 Soldiers to Quake-hit Sichuan
-Premier Wen Reemphasizes Saving Lives in Quake Relief
-Troops Arrive at Worst-hit Township at Epicenter
-Expert team Sent to Quake Area to Assess Pollution Risks
-China Allocates 860 Mln Yuan Relief Fund to Quake-hit Areas
-China Work Safety Agency Urges Caution in Quake-hit Areas
-China's Health Ministry Urges Public to Donate Blood for Quake Victims
-Chinese Premier Orders to Open up Roads to Epicenter Before 12 p.m.
-Chinese Disaster Relief Troops Approaching Earthquake Epicenter on Foot
-President Hu Says Quake Relief Government's Top Priority

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