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December 25, 1999 | From Associated Press
More rain fell on Venezuela's sodden coastline Friday, terrifying mudslide survivors even as they tried to summon up a bit of Christmas joy. Survivors searching for food and water also pleaded for toys--traditionally delivered both by the baby Jesus and Santa Claus in this Roman Catholic country. Most came up empty. "I told my children the baby Jesus isn't coming this year," Mireya Casana said, breaking into sobs.
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April 29, 1985 | ROBERT SCHEER, Times Staff Writer
Twenty years ago, on the blackest of nights in the Gulf of Tonkin, when the moon died and dense fog, angry seas, electrical storms and luminescent ocean microorganisms conspired to play tricks with a sailor's mind, America went to war. A murky incident--a purported attack on U.S. vessels by North Vietnam--led President Lyndon B.
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