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General News Archive - October 11, 2005

By Aamir Ashraf MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Hope was dwindling on Tuesday of finding survivors among the thousands buried under houses, offices and schools in northern Pakistan and Indian Kashmir, devastated by a killer earthquake three days ago.

By Dan Whitcomb ANAHEIM, California (Reuters) - The Los Angeles Angels rallied to clinch the ALDS with a 5-3 Game Five victory over the New York Yankees on Monday, winning a wild contest that saw both starting pitchers gone by the third inning.

By Aamir Ashraf MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Hope was fading on Tuesday of finding survivors among thousands buried under houses and schools by an earthquake in northern Pakistan and rescuers pleaded for more helicopters to bring relief to remote areas.

By Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - British police arrested seven people suspected of leading one of Europe's largest human smuggling rackets in a series of dawn raids on Tuesday. Eleven others were held for related offences.

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A suicide car bomber attacked Iraqi soldiers on Tuesday in a district of Baghdad where Sunni Arab insurgents have been active, police said, and initial reports indicated there may be more than 25 dead.

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Two car bombs killed dozens of Iraqis on Tuesday, four days before a referendum on a constitution that has divided the nation along sectarian lines.

By Robert Birsel MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Three days after the deadly Kashmir earthquake, relief efforts remained chaotic on Tuesday and U.N. officials said scores more helicopters were needed to get food, medicine and shelter to millions of survivors.

By Mohammed al-Ramahi BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Suicide car bombers killed more than two dozen Iraqis in two separate attacks on Tuesday, four days before a referendum on a constitution that has divided the nation along sectarian lines.

(Corrects day) By Richard Waddington GENEVA (Reuters) - Leading developing countries on Tuesday weighed a response to offers by the United States and the European Union of freer farm markets as pressure mounted for a breakthrough in troubled world trade talks.

By Robert Birsel MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Three days after the deadly Kashmir earthquake, relief efforts remained chaotic on Tuesday and U.N. officials said scores more helicopters were needed to get food, medicine and shelter to millions of survivors.