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09-04 Overnight curfew after NZ quake Christchurch, New Zealand
2. 09-04 Protests over French Roma policy Paris
3. 09-04 Karzai sets up Taliban talks body Kabul
E. 09-04 NASA advised miners to exercise Chile
5. 09-04 Iran orders 99 lashes for woman Iran
G. 09-04 Jankovic goes down, Federer rolls New York
H. 09-04 23 with charged as a 'terrorist network' Bahrain
I. 09-04 Heavy rains devastate Guatemala Guatemala
J. 09-04 Pakistan cricket rocked by fresh claims Pakistan

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Sep.4   New Zealand     Overnight curfew after NZ quake Map of Christchurch New Zealand
  An overnight curfew has been imposed in Christchurch to protect people from falling debris, as the quake caused significant damage


  Paris   Protests over French Roma policy   Thousands of people have been attending rallies in Paris and 130 other towns to protest at the government's policy of deporting Roma people

  Kabul Karzai sets up Taliban talks body  Afghan President Hamid Karzai has formed a committee to seek peace talks with the Taliban

  Chile NASA advised miners to exercise  Scientists from the US space agency Nasa have advised the trapped Chilean miners to regulate their day and night sleep patterns

Day News


  Iran   Iran orders 99 lashes for woman  Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani who'd already been condemned to death faces another sentence of 99 lashes in a case of mistaken identity in a photograph

  New York Jankovic goes down, Federer rolls  No. 4 seed Jelena Jankovic lost 6-2, 7-6 (1) to No. 31 Kaia Kanepi

  Bahrain 23 with charged as a 'terrorist network'  Bahrain plans to charge 23 people for plotting to overthrow the government and for belonging to what officials described as a terrorist network

Evening News


  Guatemala   Heavy rains devastate Guatemala
  A state of emergency has been declared in Guatemala, where days of heavy rain have caused widespread flooding and landslides


  Pakistan   Pakistan cricket rocked by fresh claims  A fourth Pakistan cricketer is being investigated by cricket's governing body. Butt, Asif and Amir already investigated

  Louisiana BP well 'poses no further risk'  The well which spilled 206m gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico poses no further risk to the environment, says the US official leading the clean-up

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