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NEWS
September 6, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
President Boris N. Yeltsin branded a bomb blast that killed at least 16 people in the southern region of Dagestan a challenge to all of Russia and vowed to hunt down the perpetrators. Meanwhile, in Russia's Arctic North, five sailors from Dagestan, worried about relatives back home, were overpowered by special forces after they took 48 people, including dozens of children, hostage to try to force authorities to fly them home.
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SCIENCE
March 22, 2008 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
NASA's orbiting Mars Odyssey probe has spied what appear to be ancient salt deposits in the southern highlands of the planet, giving scientists another place to study whether the environment could have supported primitive life. The evidence of salt remnants is important because they pinpoint regions where water once flowed. Scientists said the deposits probably formed 3.5 billion to 3.9 billion years ago, possibly from groundwater that reached the surface and evaporated, leaving behind the mineral deposits.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 29, 1985 | Ray Perez \f7
The California State Foster Parents Assn. will sponsor its 9th annual Foster Parent Training Conference at the Sheraton-Anaheim Hotel beginning Friday. Nina Coake of Fontana, the association's vice president for the southern region, said the three-day conference will focus on "Families Who Care." She said the workshop, which runs from Friday through Sunday, will focus on the special interests, needs and problems of foster parents. Dr.
NEWS
July 14, 1985 | ANN JOHNSON, Community Correspondent
Jews in the South Bay are less likely than those in other parts of the Los Angeles area to affiliate with a synagogue, say leaders of a group that fears loss of identity among Jews in the area. The group, the Southern Region of the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, says the problem would be eased if more services were provided by Jewish institutions.
NEWS
February 4, 1987 | United Press International
Thousands of travelers stood in line in a dozen Southern cities today to buy Greyhound bus tickets to any part of the nation for less than the price of a bus ticket across town. For an hour beginning at noon, Greyhound, inspired by the latest round of airline fare wars, sold tickets to any city it serves for 59 cents. In Atlanta, the line ran two blocks down the street.
SPORTS
May 12, 1989 | Irene Garcia
For the second time in five years El Camino's softball team compiled a perfect league record. The Warriors, who defeated Canyon in Wednesday's first round of Southern California Regional playoffs, went undefeated in the five-member South Coast Conference (15-0, 28-11 overall). Third-seeded Moorpark will play host to the No. 6 Warriors in the second round at 3 p.m. Saturday. The last time El Camino did this well was in 1984 when it compiled a 14-0 league record and Coach Julie Feenstra was named Coach of the Year.
NEWS
July 5, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Hundreds of wildfires burned across southern Europe, which remained in the grip of a heat wave that has driven temperatures as high as 120 degrees. The sizzling weather accompanied the worst drought to strike the Balkans in 50 years, which has already caused record crop losses since it began in late May. Ambulances patrolled the streets in southern Romanian cities to pick up people who had fainted in the 106-degree heat.
SPORTS
March 13, 1998 | DAVE McKIBBEN
Palos Verdes Peninsula 56, San Clemente 52--Lauryn Morita made four free throws in overtime to pace the Panthers in a Division I semifinal at Peninsula. Peninsula trailed at halftime and at the end of the end of the third quarter. The Panthers tied the score, 42-42, on a three-point basket by Kim York with 42 seconds left.
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