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Monday March 14th 2011

Earthquake in Japan
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An extremely powerful earthquake has struck off the coast of north-eastern Japan - Asia view(4)
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Japan's foreign minister resigns
Jasmine stirrings in China
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Counting India's population
Earthquake in New Zealand
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