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Calif. sandwich shop expanding to Tucson and the state

Calif. sandwich shop expanding to Tucson and the state

Company head says Tucson could see five or more stores.

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Tucson man given 22 years in death of wife's son, 6

A political asylee from Togo was sentenced to 22 years in prison Monday for causing the death of his ex wife’s 6-year-old son.

February 06, 2012 1:00 pm
Getting a taste of Tucson Meet Yourself

Getting a taste of Tucson Meet Yourself

City Hall Stage

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A Mega Meet yourself

A Mega Meet yourself

Tucson Meet Yourself is bulking up in its 36th year.

October 08, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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A Mega Meet yourself

A Mega Meet yourself

 

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A Mega Meet yourself

 

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A Mega Meet yourself

 

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A Mega Meet yourself

A Mega Meet yourself

 

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Corrections

• A box that accompanied "Wildcat nation welcomes world" on Page 23 of Thursday's Caliente reflected numbers for international graduate students only. It should have included the numbers for undergraduates as well.

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Gabon ruler dies after 42 years as president

Gabon ruler dies after 42 years as president

LIBREVILLE, Gabon — Omar Bongo, the world's longest-serving president, whose 42-year rule in Gabon was a throwback to an era when Africa was ruled by "Big Men," died Monday. He was 73.

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Attacks on two ships fail; ransom frees a third vessel

NAIROBI, Kenya — Somali pirates in speedboats opened fire Monday on two cargo ships in the latest hijacking attempts in the notorious Gulf of Aden. Another band of brigands freed a food-aid freighter, but only after receiving a $100,000 "reward" from Somali businessmen.

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Inflated vaccination figures cost agency $140M extra, study says

LONDON — Dozens of developing countries exaggerated figures on how many children were vaccinated against deadly diseases, which allowed them to get more money from U.N.-sponsored programs, a study said today.

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Around the world

Around the world

TOGO

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Around the world

Around the world

 

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Afghanistan

August 03, 2008 12:00 am
A 'silent tsunami' of hunger rolls over the most anguished

A 'silent tsunami' of hunger rolls over the most anguished

LONDON — Ration cards. Genetically modified crops. The end of pile-it-high, sell-it-cheap supermarkets.

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UN chief says anti-poverty efforts are lagging in Africa

ACCRA, Ghana — The U.N. chief said Monday the world must do more to eradicate poverty in sub-Saharan Africa, where not a single country is on track to meet the goals of a global anti-poverty campaign launched in 2000.

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