Digest/1January2005

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Sunday, January 2, 2005

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Articles dated 1 to 10 January 2005 are included in the compilation below. Experimental Format

Articles

Heavy Lift Delta IV Rocket Launch Problems
January 8, 2005

US Navy Los Angeles-class attack submarine runs aground near Guam
January 8, 2005

Tsunami aid donations in 2005 deductible for 2004
January 8, 2005

'Noise' takes on 'Fockers' in weekend box office race
New Michael Keaton horror film is panned by critics.
January 7, 2005

Pinochet arrested after Supreme Court ruling
Former Chilean dictator faces murder, kidnapping charges.
January 6, 2005

Nias Yet to Receive Aid 10 Days After Quake
January 5, 2005

Billionaire Mark Cuban asks President Bush to cancel inauguration parties
Entrepreneur critical of U.S. aid to Tsunami victims.
January 4, 2005

UN 'optimistic' on tsunami aid effort
January 3, 2005

Indian Sensex reaches a New All-time High
January 3, 2005

'Idi Amin offered to act as peacemaker in NI
Release of British Government documents reveals surprising peace initiative.
January 2, 2005

Tsunami deaths mount to more than 120,000
January 1, 2005
Indonesia stops counting, confirmed counts continue to rise.

Republicans seek to reduce ethics rules
January 1, 2005

Americans contribute to relief effort.
January 1, 2005
Bush administration criticized for 'miserly' pledges, but ordinary Americans show true generosity.

DirecTV tunes out Trio, network in limbo.
January 1, 2005
Loss of its largest carrier may spell doom for struggling cable channel.

Australian National Archives release Loans Affair documents.
January 1, 2005
Scathing attack by Australian Treasury over loans in 1974.

Aid pledges rise; Japan promises 500,000,000 USD
January 1, 2005
Nearly 2 billion USD promised, U.N. warns of logistic bottlenecks.

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