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August 3, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Services
Police detonated a bomb found at the Buenos Aires metropolitan airport, two weeks after a blast killed nearly 100 people at the offices of the main local Jewish group. The device, which officials said appeared designed to produce noise but not destruction, was found during a one-day general strike backed by transport workers and other opposition trade unionists. No one claimed responsibility.
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August 3, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Services
Police detonated a bomb found at the Buenos Aires metropolitan airport, two weeks after a blast killed nearly 100 people at the offices of the main local Jewish group. The device, which officials said appeared designed to produce noise but not destruction, was found during a one-day general strike backed by transport workers and other opposition trade unionists. No one claimed responsibility.
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June 13, 2011 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Strong aftershocks from New Zealand's deadly quake, plus a drifting ash cloud from a volcanic eruption in Chile, disrupted flights, temporarily closed airports and stranded travelers in Australia and New Zealand on Monday. South American travelers also continued to be delayed. New Zealand tourism officials are warning travelers to the Christchurch area to be prepared for more aftershocks after a pair of strong earthquakes Monday caused more damage to the city center, already devastated by the deadly quake in February.
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March 22, 1998 | REP. CHRISTOPHER COX, Rep. Christopher Cox (R-Newport Beach) represents several cities directly involved in the debate over the future of El Toro
How do you think Orange Countians would answer this question: Do you support a multibillion-dollar expansion of the size and scope of our county government? Without a doubt, the response would be overwhelmingly negative. Yet in all the debate about the future use of 4,700 acres in the heart of Orange County, the all-important question of government versus private ownership has been overlooked.
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October 5, 1997 | LUCY IZON
Flying as a courier can reduce your costs considerably, but it's a method that's best suited to flexible travelers, according to the Shoestring Traveler, a bimonthly newsletter published by the International Assn. of Air Travel Couriers (IAATC). In a recent edition, 11 couriers told their tales and offered tips to other travelers.
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