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“Another thing was how LONG it went on

Nathan Crooks, a journalist for Business News Americas, told CBS News he was asleep in Santiago when the quake hit, 대구출장샵 violently shaking his house. “We’re used to earthquakes in Chile, and we get lots of tremors. You could tell

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One of the largest earthquakes ever recorded tore apart houses, bridges and highways in central Chile on Saturday and sent a tsunami racing halfway around the world. Chileans near the epicenter were tossed about as if shaken by a giant,

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It gave no estimate on wave size but warned the public against going near the sea

The first tsunami from the Chile quake hit Japan’s outlying islands on Sunday, but the initial waves were small, though officials warned a bigger surge of water could reach the country’s main islands. Japan’s Meteorological Agency said the first tsunami

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The tsunami alert was put out after a massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake erupted in the south Pacific off the Chilean coast at 3:34 a.m. local time. That quake was hundreds of times stronger than the 7.0-magnitude tremor that devastated Haiti in January. It was so powerful that it hammered the nearby town of Concepcion, brought down buildings 200 miles away in the capital Santiago and was felt across South America from Argentina to Ecuador. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet declared “a state of catastrophe,” in central Chile saying that more than 120 people are confirmed dead so far. “Without a doubt, with an earthquake of this magnitude, there will be more deaths,” Bachelet said. “People should remain calm … . We are doing everything we can with all the forces we have. Any information will be shared immediately.” President Obama said the U.S. is ready to assist Chile in rescue and recovery efforts should it ask for help. “We can’t control nature, but we can and must be prepared for disaster when it strikes,” he said about the looming tsunami threat. Experts reported that the quake had generated a dangerous swelling of waves across the Pacific basin. The U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center based in Hawaii slammed its warning light to red — or severe — and advised governments in the region to respond. ‘Sea level readings confirm that a tsunami has been generated which could cause widespread damage. Authorities should take appropriate action in response to this threat,’ the center said. “A tsunami is a series of waves and the first wave may not be the largest,” the center added. “Tsunami wave heights cannot be predicted. The time between one tsunami wave to the next can be five minutes to an hour.” Included in the list of countries that could be affected by the tsunami were Mexico, Japan, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and almost all Central America. The center’s warnings serve as advice to national governments, which have the sole authority to make decisions regarding the state of alert in their areas. Mexico did not immediately evacuate any of the fishing villages, tourist resorts or industrial ports along its vast Pacific coast that stretches from California to Guatemala. However, local civil protection officials said they were tracking the nearby sea movement. “We are carefully monitoring the coastal zone. Up until now all is reported calm,” said Cesar Narvaez, who heads civil protection in the southern state of Oaxaca. In Hawaii, officials blasted sirens from the early morning warning people to prepare for the waves that were predicted to hit close to midday local time. But it also stopped short of a full-scale evacuation. In Panama, which contains the shortest point between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, the government said it was on top alert. “Panama is in a state of vigilance,” said Arturo Alvarado, who head of the National Civil Protection Agency. Tsunami warnings bring back memories of the catastrophic 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, a 9.2-magnitude tremor that left some 230,000 dead in 14 countries, including Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Following that disaster, governments and international agencies have poured millions of dollars into bolstering response mechanisms and defenses. The United States’ own Pacific Tsunami Warning Center doubled its staff from eight to 15 and kept its watch up to 24 hours a day from 2005. U.S. aid also put money into a regional Tsunami Early Warning System across Latin America. The latest earthquake of Chile may be a test of how effective these systems are in saving lives from devastating waves.

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The announcement essentially made Imus a free agent, and broadcast industry experts predicted he would soon be back on the air, though it wasn’t clear exactly where he might land on the dial

If Imus returns to the airwaves after his dismissal for making a racist and sexist remark about the Rutgers women’s basketball team, he should commit in his contract to forgo any racist, sexist or homophobic comments, Sharpton wrote in a

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As Imus’ settlement with CBS was announced, Rutgers basketball player Kia Vaughn sued Imus, CBS and others, claiming the offensive comments damaged her reputation

If Imus returns to the airwaves after his dismissal for making a racist and sexist remark about the Rutgers women’s basketball team, he should commit in his contract to forgo any racist, sexist or homophobic comments, Sharpton wrote in a

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“A tsunami is a series of waves and the first wave may not be the largest,” the center added

(At left, a computer graphic shows the possible path of tsunami waves from an earthquake in Chile as Dr. Charles McCreery speaks on the phone at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center Saturday in Ewa Beach, Hawaii.) From Alaska to Peru,

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“I live in a new high rise built for earthquakes,” he said

Nathan Crooks, a journalist for 서울출장샵 Business News Americas, told CBS News he was asleep in Santiago when the quake hit, violently shaking his house. “We’re used to earthquakes in Chile, and we get lots of tremors. You could tell

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GlobalPost: Pacific Braces for Tsunami

(At left, a computer graphic shows the possible path of tsunami waves from an earthquake in Chile as Dr. Charles McCreery speaks on the phone at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center Saturday in Ewa Beach, Hawaii.) From Alaska to Peru,

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“We are carefully monitoring the coastal zone

(At left, a computer graphic shows the possible path of tsunami waves from an earthquake in Chile as Dr. Charles McCreery speaks on the phone at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center Saturday in Ewa Beach, Hawaii.) From Alaska to Peru,

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The military has been expecting the small but violent Abu Sayyaf group, known for kidnappings, bombings and beheadings, to launch retaliatory attacks for Parad’s death

Police suspect the attack was launched by a joint group of Abu Sayyaf and rogue Moro Islamic Liberation Front members, allegedly led by sub-leader Puruji Indama. Indama has been blamed for the kidnapping of two Chinese and a Filipino worker

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Nathan Crooks, a journalist for Business News Americas, told CBS News he was asleep in Santiago when the quake hit, violently shaking his house

Nathan Crooks, a journalist for Business News Americas, told CBS News he was asleep in Santiago when the quake hit, violently shaking his house. “We’re used to earthquakes in Chile, and we get lots of tremors. You could tell that

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(At left, 인천출장샵 a computer graphic shows the possible path of tsunami waves from an earthquake in Chile as Dr. Charles McCreery speaks on the phone at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center Saturday in Ewa Beach, Hawaii.) From Alaska to

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you see the way guys talk to guys when nobody else is around

And yet, says Vartan, “I’m a lot more sensitive than anyone would really know, and it’s definitely interesting to portray that in a character.” As the star of ABC’s hour-long fall dramedy “Big Shots,” the former “Alias” secret agent is

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Jennifer Garner will co-star as Cyrano’s beloved Roxanne

Kevin Kline will play the title character in a revival of “Cyrano de Bergerac,” opening Nov. 1 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Jennifer Garner will co-star as Cyrano’s beloved Roxanne. Edward Rostand’s classic romance, translated and 부산출장샵 adapted by Anthony

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“That wave is reported in the Vava’u outer islands,” he told The Associated Press, adding that earlier reports were that a nearly 3.5 feet wave had hit the northern group

The first tsunami from the Chile quake hit Japan’s outlying islands on Sunday, but the initial waves were small, though officials warned a bigger surge of water could reach the country’s main islands. Japan’s Meteorological Agency said the first tsunami

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“Another thing was how LONG it went on

Nathan Crooks, a journalist for Business News Americas, told CBS News he was asleep in Santiago when the quake hit, violently shaking his house. “We’re used to earthquakes in Chile, and we get lots of tremors. You could tell that

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The tsunami alert was put out after a massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake erupted in the south Pacific off the Chilean coast at 3:34 a.m. local time. That quake was hundreds of times stronger than the 7.0-magnitude tremor that devastated Haiti in January. It was so powerful that it hammered the nearby town of Concepcion, brought down buildings 200 miles away in the capital Santiago and was felt across South America from Argentina to Ecuador. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet declared “a state of catastrophe,” in central Chile saying that more than 120 people are confirmed dead so far. “Without a doubt, with an earthquake of this magnitude, there will be more deaths,” Bachelet said. “People should remain calm … . We are doing everything we can with all the forces we have. Any information will be shared immediately.” President Obama said the U.S. is ready to assist Chile in rescue and recovery efforts should it ask for help. “We can’t control nature, but we can and must be prepared for disaster when it strikes,” he said about the looming tsunami threat. Experts reported that the quake had generated a dangerous swelling of waves across the Pacific basin. The U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center based in Hawaii slammed its warning light to red — or severe — and advised governments in the region to respond. ‘Sea level readings confirm that a tsunami has been generated which could cause widespread damage. Authorities should take appropriate action in response to this threat,’ the center said. “A tsunami is a series of waves and the first wave may not be the largest,” the center added. “Tsunami wave heights cannot be predicted. The time between one tsunami wave to the next can be five minutes to an hour.” Included in the list of countries that could be affected by the tsunami were Mexico, Japan, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and almost all Central America. The center’s warnings serve as advice to national governments, which have the sole authority to make decisions regarding the state of alert in their areas. Mexico did not immediately evacuate any of the fishing villages, tourist resorts or industrial ports along its vast Pacific coast that stretches from California to Guatemala. However, local civil protection officials said they were tracking the nearby sea movement. “We are carefully monitoring the coastal zone. Up until now all is reported calm,” said Cesar Narvaez, who heads civil protection in the southern state of Oaxaca. In Hawaii, officials blasted sirens from the early morning warning people to prepare for the waves that were predicted to hit close to midday local time. But it also stopped short of a full-scale evacuation. In Panama, which contains the shortest point between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, the government said it was on top alert. “Panama is in a state of vigilance,” said Arturo Alvarado, who head of the National Civil Protection Agency. Tsunami warnings bring back memories of the catastrophic 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, a 9.2-magnitude tremor that left some 230,000 dead in 14 countries, including Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Following that disaster, governments and international agencies have poured millions of dollars into bolstering response mechanisms and defenses. The United States’ own Pacific Tsunami Warning Center doubled its staff from eight to 15 and kept its watch up to 24 hours a day from 2005. U.S. aid also put money into a regional Tsunami Early Warning System across Latin America. The latest earthquake of Chile may be a test of how effective these systems are in saving lives from devastating waves.

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“It’s very difficult working in the dark with aftershocks, and inside it’s complicated

Rescuers edged their way toward quake victims trapped in a toppled apartment block early Sunday, as looters stole food and robbed banks after one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded struck Chile. Authorities put the death toll from Saturday’s magnitude-8.8

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On the mainland, several huge waves inundated part of the major port city of Talcahuano, near hard-hit Concepcion

Rescuers edged their way toward quake victims trapped in a toppled apartment block early Sunday, as looters stole food and robbed banks after one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded struck Chile. Authorities put the death toll from Saturday’s magnitude-8.8

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There was no cell phone service

Nathan Crooks, a journalist for Business News Americas, told CBS News he was asleep in Santiago when the quake hit, violently shaking his house. “We’re used to earthquakes in Chile, and we get lots of tremors. You could tell that

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His death could set back the militants’ plans to disrupt elections in the south

Police suspect the attack was launched by a joint group of Abu Sayyaf and rogue Moro Islamic Liberation Front members, allegedly led by sub-leader Puruji Indama. Indama has been blamed for the kidnapping of two Chinese and a Filipino worker

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“That wave is reported in the Vava’u outer islands,” he told The Associated Press, adding that earlier reports were that a nearly 3.5 feet wave had hit the northern group

The first tsunami from the Chile quake hit Japan’s outlying islands on Sunday, but the initial waves were small, though officials warned a bigger surge of water could reach the country’s main islands. Japan’s Meteorological Agency said the first tsunami

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Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand, was driving a sport utility vehicle on Wednesday when she was stopped for talking on a handheld cell phone and failing to stop at a stop sign, police told The Record of Bergen

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The tsunami alert was put out after a massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake erupted in the south Pacific off the Chilean coast at 3:34 a.m. local time. That quake was hundreds of times stronger than the 7.0-magnitude tremor that devastated Haiti in January. It was so powerful that it hammered the nearby town of Concepcion, brought down buildings 200 miles away in the capital Santiago and was felt across South America from Argentina to Ecuador. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet declared “a state of catastrophe,” in central Chile saying that more than 120 people are confirmed dead so far. “Without a doubt, with an earthquake of this magnitude, there will be more deaths,” Bachelet said. “People should remain calm … . We are doing everything we can with all the forces we have. Any information will be shared immediately.” President Obama said the U.S. is ready to assist Chile in rescue and recovery efforts should it ask for help. “We can’t control nature, but we can and must be prepared for disaster when it strikes,” he said about the looming tsunami threat. Experts reported that the quake had generated a dangerous swelling of waves across the Pacific basin. The U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center based in Hawaii slammed its warning light to red — or severe — and advised governments in the region to respond. ‘Sea level readings confirm that a tsunami has been generated which could cause widespread damage. Authorities should take appropriate action in response to this threat,’ the center said. “A tsunami is a series of waves and the first wave may not be the largest,” the center added. “Tsunami wave heights cannot be predicted. The time between one tsunami wave to the next can be five minutes to an hour.” Included in the list of countries that could be affected by the tsunami were Mexico, Japan, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and almost all Central America. The center’s warnings serve as advice to national governments, which have the sole authority to make decisions regarding the state of alert in their areas. Mexico did not immediately evacuate any of the fishing villages, tourist resorts or industrial ports along its vast Pacific coast that stretches from California to Guatemala. However, local civil protection officials said they were tracking the nearby sea movement. “We are carefully monitoring the coastal zone. Up until now all is reported calm,” said Cesar Narvaez, who heads civil protection in the southern state of Oaxaca. In Hawaii, officials blasted sirens from the early morning warning people to prepare for the waves that were predicted to hit close to midday local time. But it also stopped short of a full-scale evacuation. In Panama, which contains the shortest point between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, the government said it was on top alert. “Panama is in a state of vigilance,” said Arturo Alvarado, who head of the National Civil Protection Agency. Tsunami warnings bring back memories of the catastrophic 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, a 9.2-magnitude tremor that left some 230,000 dead in 14 countries, including Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Following that disaster, governments and international agencies have poured millions of dollars into bolstering response mechanisms and defenses. The United States’ own Pacific Tsunami Warning Center doubled its staff from eight to 15 and kept its watch up to 24 hours a day from 2005. U.S. aid also put money into a regional Tsunami Early Warning System across Latin America. The latest earthquake of Chile may be a test of how effective these systems are in saving lives from devastating waves.

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Crews Race to Rescue Chile Quake Victims

Rescuers edged their way toward quake victims trapped in a toppled apartment block early Sunday, as looters stole food and robbed banks after one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded struck Chile. Authorities put the death toll from Saturday’s magnitude-8.8

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In Hawaii, officials blasted sirens from the early morning warning people to prepare for the waves that were predicted to hit close to midday local time

(At left, a computer graphic shows the possible path of tsunami waves from an earthquake in Chile as Dr. Charles McCreery speaks on the phone at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center Saturday in Ewa Beach, 서울출장샵 Hawaii.) From Alaska to

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We are doing everything we can with all the forces we have

(At left, a computer graphic shows the possible path of tsunami waves from an earthquake in Chile as Dr. Charles McCreery speaks on the phone at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center Saturday in Ewa Beach, Hawaii.) From Alaska to Peru,

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In the pilot, the men groan so much about their dysfunctional marriages, their need for intimacy and fidelity, McDermott’s character declares: “Men

And yet, says Vartan, “I’m a lot more sensitive than anyone would really know, and it’s definitely interesting to portray that in a character.” As the star of ABC’s hour-long fall dramedy “Big Shots,” the former “Alias” secret agent is

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