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NEWS
January 20, 1986 | From Reuters
A radio station here said Sunday that it received many panic calls, particularly from people living on remote farms, after two earth tremors shook northern sections of the Falklands within a minute of each other Saturday.
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BUSINESS
March 7, 1996
Bullet Sports International Inc. announced a top-level management shake-up Wednesday. Los Angeles attorney Richard P. Crane Jr. was named chairman of the company, which makes golf clubs, and John Haas becomes president, chief executive and a director. Haas, who has been involved in golf course development, was named chief operating officer at Bullet in December. Crane replaces Douglas L. Hawthorne, who remains a director. Haas replaces Ronald Rangel, who resigned as president.
NEWS
February 3, 1987 | From Reuters
Seven earth tremors measuring between 3.0 and 5.5 on the Richter scale shook the southwestern Mexican states of Guerrero and Oaxaca on Monday, the National Seismic Service said. There were no reports of damage or injury.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 18, 1988 | United Press International
Two mild earthquakes, the first measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale and the second 3.0, shook southern Iran on Tuesday but no damage or casualties were reported, Iran's official Islamic Republic News Agency reported Wednesday.
MAGAZINE
April 3, 1994 | Murray Waas, Murray Waas is a Washington-based investigative reporter. He wrote this story as a fellow at the Alicia Patterson Foundation. Jesse Drucker and Jason Serman provided research assistance
During the early morning hours of Aug. 8, 1989, two detectives were summoned to the grounds of Forest Haven, Washington, D.C.'s institution for the mentally retarded "to investigate the report of a dead body." At the scene, they discovered the "body of a B/M (black male) . . . lying on his right side in his bed in a fetal position . . . ." Their report further related: "He was wearing a hospital gown and white socks with red stripes. . . . There was what appeared to be dried blood on his mouth."
OPINION
August 11, 1991 | JEANNE A. TAYLOR, JEANNE A. TAYLOR is a spokeswoman for Great Beginnings for Black Babies, a campaign designed to reduce the relatively high occurence of black infant mortality. Commenting on the involvement of black teens in the campaign--and their image--she told The Times: and
It's regrettable, but the media does not give black teens a fair shake. For example, they appear to concentrate entirely on gang activity, drugs and murder when they focus on African-American youth, giving some the impression that all black teens are violent. Meanwhile, scores of articulate and well-motivated young people never see their names in print or their faces on television news.
NEWS
December 14, 1997 | BEVERLY BEYETTE
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NEWS
May 6, 1985 | Associated Press
A series of explosions at a military gunpowder depot today killed two workers and shook the city's waterfront area. Eleven people were injured in the blasts, police said. The first explosion at the Fabricaciones Militares waterfront depot was immediately followed by four others that shattered windows 20 blocks away and could be heard at a distance of several miles. Police said it was not immediately known what caused the blasts.
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