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KOBE, Japan (AP) — European and developing countries urged the United States and Japan yesterday to commit to deep cuts in greenhouse-gas emissions by 2020 — a step they say is needed to defuse a coming ecological disaster caused by global warming.
CHENGDU, China (AP) — A powerful aftershock destroyed tens of thousands of homes in central China today, killing two people and straining recovery efforts from the country's worst earthquake in three decades. More than 480 others were injured.
Two months removed from her last game with Maryland, Crystal Langhorne is no longer the star player. Instead she now must work to find her spot in Tree Rollins' rotation. She has been dominant throughout her entire career but now has to earn her way onto the court as a professional.
It is inaccurate to portray the recent election in Serbia as a choice between "fervent nationalist and anti-Western" hostility to the European Union, supposedly represented by former Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica and Radical Party leader Tomislav Nikolic, and a "progressive," pro-Western course in the person of President Boris Tadic ("Serbia's mighty challenge," Editorial, May 16).
During the late 1980s, President Ronald Reagan made a strong commitment to neutralize the dangerous policies of the Soviet totalitarian regime.
In tone, the inaugural address of Taiwan's new president, Ma Ying-jeou, differed distinctly from that of his predecessor, Chen Shui-bian, eight years ago. In substance, they were remarkably alike, particularly in setting Taiwan's stance toward mainland China.
Noble: Randy Goepfert, who spared bystanders from injury by wrestling a disoriented deer to the ground — inside a suburban Philadelphia hair salon.
BEIJING (AP) - China's commerce minister took the unusual step of thanking foreign companies for donating earthquake aid, on national television yesterday, dismissing accusations spread on Chinese Web sites that they were doing too little.
China warned today that the death toll from a massive earthquake two weeks ago could take a major leap and pass 80,000, suggesting the government may be giving up hope of finding more survivors. 9:12 p.m. Video: Displaced pandas get new home