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October 21, 1992 | Reuters
The United States has given Egypt $33 million to help rebuild infrastructure damaged in last week's earthquake, the U.S. Embassy said Tuesday. Egypt has received aid pledges for more than $230 million since the earthquake, which killed at least 552 people. The embassy statement said $30 million will go mainly to health and education ministries to rebuild facilities damaged in the quake and $3 million to repair Islamic monuments and other antiquities.
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October 21, 1992 | Reuters
The United States has given Egypt $33 million to help rebuild infrastructure damaged in last week's earthquake, the U.S. Embassy said Tuesday. Egypt has received aid pledges for more than $230 million since the earthquake, which killed at least 552 people. The embassy statement said $30 million will go mainly to health and education ministries to rebuild facilities damaged in the quake and $3 million to repair Islamic monuments and other antiquities.
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April 26, 1989
H. Bolton Seed, a scientist known internationally for his understanding of soil behavior during earthquakes and for sharing that expertise with much of the world, has died of cancer at his home in Orinda, Calif. The professor of civil engineering at UC Berkeley was 66 when he died Sunday. "Harry was a giant among civil engineers in the world, that's the only way you can regard Harry Seed," Karl S. Pister, dean of the Berkeley College of Engineering, said in a statement released through the university.
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