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NAT017 - (OLY-Pyeongchang Olympics) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) PYEONGCHANG, South Korea. x-10s. Cases of norovirus at the Pyeongchang Games have officials scrambling on the eve of the biggest event in South Korea in years. Olympics organizers say the norovirus spread began Sunday when private security workers started complaining of headaches, stomach pain and diarrhea. Chairman Lee Hee-beom of the Pyongchang Olympics Organising Committee says sick workers will be sequestered under they're well again. ("..the norovirus.") (SOURCE:ABC)

TAG: Because the sick workers handled security, 900 military personnel have been brought in to work at 20 venues until the sick and sequestered can return to work.

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NAT018 - (ENT-Eddie Montgomery) NASHVILLE, Tenn. x-15s. Musician Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry says he asked himself some tough questions after musical partner Troy Gentry died in September. ("..keep it rocking.") (SOURCE:The Associated Press)

TAG: Gentry's last recordings are on the Montgomery Gentry album "Here's To You," which came out last week.

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NAT019 - (ENT-Eddie Montgomery) NASHVILLE, Tenn. x-16s. Troy Gentry's last recordings are on the Montgomery Gentry album "Here's To You," which came out last week. Gentry died in a helicopter accident in September. Eddie Montgomery says it's weird not having Troy next to him on stage. ("..right there.") (SOURCE:The Associated Press)

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NAT020 - (ENT-Clint Eastwood Movie) LOS ANGELES. x-13s. Clint Eastwood had to take a different tact with his actors when directing the movie "The 15:17 To Paris," because they knew more about the story than he did. …

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