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Disaster relief groups with hands already full cleaning up after Hurricane Gustav are now keeping a wary eye on Ike – a Category 4 hurricane with winds up to 135 mph that could strike the Florida Keys early this week.
Churches in Thailand are being encouraged to put pressure on the Thai Government to ensure that it deals peacefully with thousands of protesters who have vowed to occupy the offices of Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej until he resigns.
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Figures from U.S.-based Adoption Advocates International, the agency that arranges the majority of HIV-positive adoptions in Ethiopia, show a clear and steady rise, from two such adoptions in 2005, four in 2006, 13 in 2007, and 38 either completed or pending this year.
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The Bush administration said Saturday it was "very concerned" about the outbreak of violence in Sudan between Darfur rebels and government troops and urged both sides to exercise restraint. "We are very concerned about the situation," White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said in Texas where President Bush was attending his daughter's wedding.
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China missed a golden opportunity to show an improved human rights and religious freedom image during the Olympic Games, the White House said. While millions of eyes were focused on the Beijing Olympics, the host country could have allowed protesters and activists to demonstrate without interference to show its newfound tolerance.