Category:September 4, 2006
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The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total.
American tennis player Andre Agassi retires
Bomb attack in Iraq kills two British soldiers
Canadian soldiers killed, wounded by U.S. A-10 Thunderbolts' "friendly fire"
Chicago apartment fire kills six children
Crocodile Hunter's Steve Irwin dies at 44
Egypt - Rail accident claims five lives
EU and Iranian leaders to meet over nuclear row
Former South African apartheid regime's police minister repents
Gunman kills and injures tourists in Jordanian capital
India's Enforcement Directorate issues notice to Natwar Singh
Israel offers peace treaty with Lebanon
Kofi Annan to appoint secret mediator for Israeli soldier release negotiations
New Zealand recycles old computers for free
Over 1000 illegal immigrants arrived at Canary Isles this weekend
Russian President Putin visits Greece to discuss energy issues
Somalia - Peace deal signed to unite government and Islamists
Sri Lankan government announces first significant gain into rebel-held territory
Suicide bomber kills British soldier in Afghanistan
Tropical Depression Six Shows Signs of Organization
Turkey - Two more killed in PKK-related bombings
Two-thousand traffic fines laid in Ontario this weekend
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