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01-11 Protest as reformists blocked Iran
C. 01-11 Last Bam quake survivor dies Bam, Southern Iran
3. 01-11 Qurei slams 'racist' Israeli wall West Bank
E. 01-11 Suspected SARS case Guangdong, Southern China
F. 01-11 Fugitive Karadzic slips NATO net Bosnia
6. 01-11 Sharon says peace is up to Syria Jerusalem
7. 01-11 Seoul seeks nuke visit report South Korea
8. 01-11 Mass protest against Sharon plan Tel Aviv


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Morning News

Jan.11   Iran     Protest as reformists blocked
  Reformists walked out of parliament and staged a sit-in to protest over the conservatives' rejection of election candidates

  Southern Iran   Last Bam quake survivor dies Map of Bam Iran  The 56-year-old man was found alive, 13 days after being buried by the quake has died from respiratory problems

  West Bank Qurei slams 'racist' Israeli wall  The Palestinian PM has urged the US and others to stop Israel from building its controversial separation barrier

  Southern China Suspected SARS case  Another suspected case has emerged in Guangdong province as authorities continue their mass culling of wild animals

Day News

  Bosnia     Fugitive Karadzic slips NATO net  Peacekeepers have been continuing their intensive search for indicted war crimes suspect in the town of Pale

  Jerusalem Sharon says peace is up to Syria  Prime Minister has said he will only resume talks with Syria if it 'stops backing terrorism'

Evening News

  Washington     Bush 'plotted Iraq war from start'  A top official sacked from the Government has accused President of planning for an invasion within days of coming to office

  South Korea     Seoul seeks nuke visit report  Officials are due to get a first hand report on North Korea's Yongbyon facility from an unofficial U.S. delegation

  Tel Aviv Mass protest against Sharon plan  100,000 people, many settlers, rallied against plan to unilaterally withdraw from parts of the West Bank and Gaza

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