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1. 11-04 Emergency may delay poll Pakistan
2. 11-04 U.N. envoy in talks with junta Myanmar
3. 11-04 7 freed leave Chad with Sarkozy Chad
E. 11-04 Executive jet crashes into homes Sao Paulo
F. 11-04 In-form Nalbandian thrashes Nadal Paris
11-04 Police beat up lawyers Karachi
H. 11-04 World's biggest bank's boss quits New York
I. 11-04 Hollywood writers to go on strike Southern California
9. 11-04 PM: No timetable on emergency Pakistan

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Nov.4   Pakistan   Emergency may delay poll   PM Shaukat Aziz: Planned elections could be delayed by up to a year after Musharraf's imposition of emergency rule

  Myanmar U.N. envoy in talks with junta  Ibrahim Gambari held talks with two ministers to urge political reform and broker reconciliation talks between the generals and their opponents

  Chad 7 freed leave Chad with Sarkozy  7 Europeans released by Chadian authorities have left on board a plane along with French President Nicolas Sarkozy

Day News


  Sao Paulo   Executive jet crashes into homes  A Learjet 35 crashed into a heavily populated neighborhood, killing at least 8 people and leaving a pile of smoky rubble

  Paris In-form Nalbandian thrashes Nadal  David claimed his second Masters Series title in the space of a fortnight when he destroyed Rafael Nadal in straight sets in the final

Evening News


  Karachi   Police beat up lawyers
  Police have baton-charged a rally by lawyers protesting outside the High Court against the state of emergency


  New York   World's biggest bank's boss quits   Charles Prince, the chairman and chief executive of the Citigroup, will be replaced as chairman by former US Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin

  Southern California Hollywood writers to go on strike  The screenwriters are to go on strike after talks with studio representatives to try to resolve a dispute over royalties failed

  Pakistan PM: No timetable on emergency  Shaukat Aziz: Pakistan will be under a state of emergency for 'as long as it is necessary'

San Francisco Bay Area , November 4, 2007 Timeline