The government said Thursday that 5,335 students died in last year's earthquake – just 6 percent of the total victims.
'Stress tests' reveal that banks need to raise more than $65 billion to be able to keep lending if the recession drags on.
The US government should apply stricter control over its own network, but it should leave public networks alone.
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British politicians called for an investigation into intelligence mistakes that led the country into the Iraq war.
The longtime rivals signed deals Sunday on boosting cross-strait flights, joint-crime fighting, and financial cooperation, but steered clear of politics.
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