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03-11 Pinera sworn in as president Chile
C. 03-11 Three strong earthquakes strike Chile Chile
D. 03-11 Heavy fighting flared in the Somali capital Mogadishu, Somalia
E. 03-11 Sweden to extradite Auschwitz sign thief Stockholm, Sweden
5. 03-11 Thousands protest Greek austerity plan Athens
6. 03-11 Rove 'proud' of waterboarding suspects USA
H. 03-11 U.S. man suspect in Yemen rampage New Jersey
8. 03-11 Early Iraq poll results put PM in lead Baghdad
J. 03-11 Japan arrests anti-whaling activist Japan

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Mar.11   Chile     Pinera sworn in as president
  Sebastian Pinera has been sworn in as president, minutes after it was hit by the largest aftershock since devastating earthquake


  Chile   Three strong earthquakes strike Chile
  A 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit at 11:39 a.m., followed by a 6.9-magnitude quake 16 minutes later. A third, 6.0, came 27 minutes later


  Somalia   Heavy fighting flared in the Somali capital Map of Mogadishu Somalia  A battle between government forces and Al-Shabaab rebels left 29 dead and scores injured

  Sweden Sweden to extradite Auschwitz sign thief  A court in Stockholm has ruled that a Swedish man can be extradited to Poland to face trial over the theft of a sign from the death camp

Day News


  Athens   Thousands protest Greek austerity plan Map of Athens  Thousands of people marched through Athens as part of a 24-hour nationwide strike to protest further measures by the embattled government

  USA Rove 'proud' of waterboarding suspects  Karl Rove, a senior adviser to former President Bush has defended tough interrogation techniques, saying their use helped prevent attacks

  New Jersey U.S. man suspect in Yemen rampage  Federal authorities are investigating Sharif Mobley suspected of being an al Qaeda member and going on a deadly rampage at a hospital in Yemen

  Baghdad Early Iraq poll results put PM in lead  The first results from parliamentary elections were released, five days after millions of Iraqis went to the polls in defiance of the threat of violence

Evening News


  Japan   Japan arrests anti-whaling activist
  Japanese authorities arrested Peter James Bethune from New Zealand for illegal trespassing after he boarded a whaling ship last month


  New York   New York agrees 9/11 dust payout  City officials have agreed to pay up to $657.5m to thousands of rescue and clean-up workers at the Ground Zero site of the 9/11 attacks

  UN UN critical of Israel over Gaza  The UN's top humanitarian official, John Holmes, has criticised Israel for linking the 2006 capture of an Israeli soldier to its blockade of Gaza

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