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  • President Bush visited a tornado-ravaged area of Tennessee on Friday, as residents struggled to recover from storms that killed 31 people and injured another 180 in the state four days ago. He declared five counties disaster areas, opening up federal money to aid rebuilding efforts. — USA Today

  • The International Olympic Committee says history will prove it was right to award the 2008 Games to Beijing despite concerns over human rights in China. — BBC
  • A team of US congressional aides and experts on North Korean affairs are preparing for a trip to Pyongyang next week. The group will meet officials and tour the country's main nuclear reactor. The visit comes just ahead of a historic performance by the New York Philharmonic in North Korea later this month. — Al Jazeera

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raciccarone raciccarone 8 years
Is seems to me that whenever President Bush plans on visiting a place, it always gets destroyed by a disaster! Remember when he went to New Orleans right after Katrina? I mean, maybe he should just stay in Washington!
freegracefrom freegracefrom 8 years
I am hopeful for change in China myself, but it irritates me the way the IOC almost seems to brush off all of the allegations coming out of there. It's pretty callous of them. "If and when there are things which are brought to our attention that we deem to be specifically Games-related and not in line with our values, of course we're concerned." Ugh. What values?
nyaradzom2001 nyaradzom2001 8 years
my prayers are with thpse who lost their loved ones and everything they owned.
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