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...workers and volunteers were putting together hundreds of thousands of food packages for relief camps.The state's top official, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, appealed for calm Saturday."I request everyone to not panic. Please assist the...

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Aleutian development group charged with fishery violation

UNALASKA (AP) -- The Aleutian Pribilof Island Community Development Association and its top official are facing charges for exceeding the groups quota during the 2001 opilio crab season. The state has charged Larry Cotter, the...

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OPEC not planning to replace Iraqi shortfall; Iran moderates stance

...that the recent spike in oil prices will ease once violence between Israel and the Palestinians abates, the group's top official said Wednesday. OPEC Secretary-general Ali Rodriguez defended the decision to keep output steady until at least late...

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...Catholic leader urges head of Hong Kongs church to be patriotic Saudi Arabia will never permit Christian churches, top official vows Kings for a day Gone fishin' Bill would divert oil dollars to education Trident executive knew of...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives10/27/00

...technology, preaches community outreach Civil liberties union and Arizona mayor reach 'Bible Week' pact Nun named a top official for U.S. Catholic bishops Pakistan Christians in court to challenge separate status Pastor cleared in dispute...

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...Bill would change voting requirements on consolidation Seward students put together sea lion skeleton District's top official says Kivalina school will reopen Monday Bill lets fishermen take steps to shrink fleet size Bill would do away...

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Self-defense law change could cost state $450,000 a year

...Alaska's self-defense law would cost the state an additional $450,000 a year in increased litigation costs, a top official at the Department of Law on Wednesday told a House committee holding a hearing on the bill. The department is expecting...

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