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09-05 Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire' Basque
C. 09-05 MotoGP rider dies in crash San Marino
D. 09-05 'US troops called' in Iraq attack Baghdad
E. 09-05 Cricket player confirms corruption London
F. 09-05 Pope 'may appeal' in Iran stoning Vatican
6. 09-05 Plan C for Chile mine rescue: Use oil drill Chile
7. 09-05 Further landslides hit Guatemala Guatemala
8. 09-05 Rain, landslides kill 36 Guatemala


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Sep.5   Basque     Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire'
  Armed Basque separatist group says it will not 'carry out armed actions' in its campaign for independence
 The Basque interior minister called the statement insufficient

  San Marino   MotoGP rider dies in crash Map of San Marino  Japan's teenage rider Shoya Tomizawa came off his Suter bike on a bend and was struck by the following bikes

  Baghdad   'US troops called' in Iraq attack  US troops have been called in to help Iraqi forces battle insurgents who attacked an army base, killing seven people

  London   Cricket player confirms corruption  A British newspaper said that Yasir Hameed, a top Pakistani player confirmed its allegations of corruption on the Pakistani national cricket team

  Vatican Pope 'may appeal' in Iran stoning  The Vatican could appeal diplomatically to Iran to spare the life of an Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning for adultery

  North Korea N. Korea to release S. Korean boat crew  North Korea has decided to return a South Korean fishing boat and its crew, after the North's navy intercepted them in its waters in August

  Chile Plan C for Chile mine rescue: Use oil drill  Hedging their bets, officials will set up an oil drill as a third option to rescue the 33 miners trapped underground since August 5

  Guatemala Further landslides hit Guatemala  Emergency services say up to 100 people are feared to have been buried by landslides on the main highway linking it with Mexico

Day News

  Guatemala     Rain, landslides kill 36  Torrential rains and landslides in Guatemala could claim as many as 100 lives. 30 people were injured and 40 were missing

  New York Murray ousted at U.S. Open  The fourth-seeded, made his second straight earlier-than-expected exit -- losing to No. 25 Stanislas Wawrinka, 6-7 (3), 7-6 (4), 6-3, 6-3

  Iran Iran barbs with Palestinians over talks  Iranian officials continued to trade barbs with the Palestinian Authority over its president's decision to renew direct peace talks with Israel

  Uruguay 'Don't give up,' plane survivors tell miners  4 of Uruguayan rugby players shared a message with the 33 miners who have been trapped underground in Chile for a month

  Congo Number of missing after boat capsizes  A cargo vessel caught fire and capsized, leaving an unknown number of people missing when fuel drums aboard the vessel caught fire

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