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Strong quake strikes remote border area in eastern Afghanistan

KABUL — A strong earthquake centered in the towering Hindu Kush mountains shook a wide area of eastern Afghanistan and Pakistan early Friday, swaying buildings in the Afghan and Pakistani capitals.

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Rock's image likened to Holy Mother's

Rock's image likened to Holy Mother's

MERCED, Calif. — Nobody can say why the Virgin of Guadalupe would appear on a hunk of rock formed millions of years before the birth of Jesus.

October 20, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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Withering Watershed

August 03, 2009 12:00 am
Finding roots

Finding roots

Laxmi Narayan Dahal was born in a refugee camp in Nepal and is now a refugee in Tucson, struggling to make a life here with his parents and siblings.

July 26, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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Finding roots

Finding roots

 

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Finding roots

Finding roots

 

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Finding roots

Finding roots

 

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Finding roots

 

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6-minute solar eclipse seen in Asia

6-minute solar eclipse seen in Asia

TAREGNA, India — The longest solar eclipse of the 21st century pitched a swath of Asia from India to China into near darkness Wednesday as millions gathered to watch the phenomenon.

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India's ruling party retains power

India's ruling party retains power

NEW DELHI — The ruling Congress Party swept to a resounding victory Saturday in India's mammoth national elections, defying expectations as it brushed aside the Hindu nationalist opposition and a legion of ambitious smaller parties.

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Pakistani army avoiding close combat with Taliban

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan's army has a rare window of support for its latest campaign against Taliban militants near the Afghan border, and U.S. hopes are pinned on the military for bringing stability to both countries.

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Diet to Save Earth

April 27, 2009 12:00 am

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