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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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NAT053 - (EU-Greece-Turkey-Earthquake) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) KOS, Greece. x-10s. A deadly earthquake struck early this morning in the waters between Greece and Turkey. The quake struck hardest on the Greek tourist island of Kos, where Tom Perry Fox was staying in a hotel with his young son. ("..everyone else.") (SOURCE:ABC)

TAG: Two tourists -- one Turkish and one Swedish -- were killed when a building collapsed on a bar. --

NAT054 - (EU-Greece-Turkey-Earthquake) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) KOS, Greece. x-08s. A powerful earthquake sent a building crashing down on tourists on the Greek island of Kos overnight, killing at least two people and injuring roughly 200. Authorities say two men from Turkey and Sweden died in the collapse at the White Corner Club early Friday. At least five other people were seriously injured, and the quake damaged numerous buildings. Hannah Wright says she and her husband were asleep in a hotel when the quake woke them up. ("..an earthquake."-second reference) (SOURCE:ABC)

TAG: In nearby Turkey, authorities say the ensuing panic caused only minor injuries. --

NAT055 - (ML-Israel-Palestinians) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) JERUSALEM. x-28s. (Jordana Miller) After a deadly Palestinian shooting attack last Friday killed two Israeli police officers at a Jerusalem holy site, Israel has decided not to take down metal detectors which have enraged Palestinians and their leaders. A-B-C's Jordana Miller reports from Jerusalem. (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT056 - (ML-Israel-Palestinians) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) JERUSALEM. x-25s. Israeli police have restricted Muslim men under the age of 50 from entering the Temple Mount, home of holy sites for Muslims and Jews in Jerusalem. A crowd of about 800 Palestinians gathered for noon prayers today outside an entrance to the holy site. Palestinian leaders accuse Israeli authorities of trying to assert control. Israeli police restricted access to prevent protests over the installation of metal detectors at the site's entrance. …

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