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Tangled Blame in Quake Deaths
Article | DUJIANGYAN, China, June 1 -- Tears of grief and anger mixed with smoke from ritual fires lighted on the ruins of Xinjian Primary School on Sunday, as hundreds of parents commemorated the deaths of their children and pleaded for the government to punish those responsible for the building's collaps...
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Response to Quake Prompts Burst of Acclaim for Leaders
Article | BEIJING, May 23 -- The official New China News Agency reported the other day that people around the world are suggesting that President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao deserve a Nobel Prize for their handling of the Sichuan earthquake.
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Schools Fell While Other Buildings Held
Article | MIANZHU, China -- The day the earthquake hit was supposed to be a special one for Ding Yao. Her hair done up in pigtails, she was sitting in the front of a fourth-grade classroom, waiting for the teacher to hand out prizes to students who had the highest scores on a math test. She wasn't sure, bu...
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Citizens' Groups Step Up In China
Article | YINGXIU, China -- Grass-roots organizations and informal networks of private citizens are playing a vital role in getting supplies to rescue workers and survivors of this month's devastating earthquake in China. The government, in a notable shift, appears content to let them do so.
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'The Whole World Stands Behind You'
Article | YINGXIU, China, May 24 -- U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Saturday surveyed recovery efforts at one of the towns hit hardest by China's May 12 earthquake, telling Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao that "the whole world stands behind you and supports you."
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Powerful Aftershock Hits China; 2 Dead, Hundreds Hurt
Article | CHENGDU, China, May 25 -- The strongest aftershock since a May 12 earthquake devastated parts of Sichuan province struck the area Sunday afternoon, killing two people, injuring more than 480 and spreading panic through a region just beginning to move from rescue operations to rebuilding.

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