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Millions in China to greet new year without power

KAILI, China (Reuters) - Railways and highways were returning to normal across China on Tuesday, but millions are likely to spend the biggest holiday of the year without power and water in what for some is the coldest winter in a century.

Millions in China to greet new year without power

KAILI, China (Reuters) - Trains and planes are starting to return to normal across China, but millions are likely to spend the biggest holiday of the year without power and water in what for some is the coldest winter in a century.

Millions in China to greet new year without power

KAILI, China (Reuters) - Trains and planes are starting to return to normal across China, but millions are likely to spend the biggest holiday of the year without power and water in what for some is the coldest winter in a century.

Thousands flee Chad capital, fresh attack feared

N'DJAMENA (Reuters) - Thousands of civilians fled Chad's capital N'Djamena on Monday after rebels broke off a two-day assault but threatened a fresh attempt to topple President Idriss Deby.

Indonesian floods displace thousands, cause chaos

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Heavy rains and high tides have caused chaos in Indonesia's capital for three days, highlighting its ailing infrastructure as roads to the airport became impassable and thousands had to abandon their homes or cars.

Ford recalls 225,000 vehicles already repaired for cruise control switch

Ford Motor Co. said Saturday it is recalling about 225,000 vehicles that were already repaired as part of an earlier recall to address concerns about a cruise control deactivation switch.

Chad rebels enter N'Djamena, fight to control city

N'DJAMENA (Reuters) - Chadian rebel forces fought government troops for control of N'Djamena on Saturday after battling their way into the capital using armed pickup trucks.

Hamas says will control Gaza-Egypt border transit

RAFAH, Gaza Strip (Reuters) - Hamas agreed on Saturday to Egyptian calls to control the flow of Palestinians through the breached Gaza border and expects Egypt to seal remaining gaps in the frontier wall, a Hamas official said.

Chad rebels fight their way into capital N'Djamena

N'DJAMENA (Reuters) - Rebels in Chad seeking to overthrow President Idriss Deby battled their way into the capital N'Djamena on Saturday and said they were securing it, but a minister said government forces still controlled the city.

Female bombers kill 72 at Baghdad pet markets

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Female bombers detonated by remote control killed 72 people in attacks blamed on al Qaeda at two popular Baghdad pet markets on Friday, the Iraqi capital's deadliest bombings in more than seven months.