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{{newsitem| More clashes in southern Philippines, Zamboanga (city)| 10 Sept| A stand-off between Philippine troops and Muslim rebels has continued for a second day, with reports of civilians being used as "human shields". At least four people were killed in Zamboanga city in Mindanao, in the south of the country. Gunshots were heard in Zamboanga early on Tuesday, reports said, and residents had fled areas hit by fighting. All classes have been suspended and flights to and from Zamboanga have been cancelled, the city government said. Additional troops have also arrived in Zamboanga to support the hundreds already deployed in the unrest. [http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-24015988]}}
 
{{newsitem| More clashes in southern Philippines, Zamboanga (city)| 10 Sept| A stand-off between Philippine troops and Muslim rebels has continued for a second day, with reports of civilians being used as "human shields". At least four people were killed in Zamboanga city in Mindanao, in the south of the country. Gunshots were heard in Zamboanga early on Tuesday, reports said, and residents had fled areas hit by fighting. All classes have been suspended and flights to and from Zamboanga have been cancelled, the city government said. Additional troops have also arrived in Zamboanga to support the hundreds already deployed in the unrest. [http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-24015988]}}
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{{newsitem|Tropical Storm, Acapulco, Mexico | 17 Sept| Twin storms left scenes of havoc on both of Mexico's coasts, with tens of thousands of tourists stranded in the resort city of [[Acapulco]] on the Pacific and heavy damage reported along the Gulf coast.The death toll from the combined punch of Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel rose to 38. As many as 60,000 tourists, many of whom traveled from Mexico City for a long holiday weekend, found themselves stranded in Acapulco, with the airport flooded and highways blocked by landslides and water caused by Manuel. While many hotels were operating normally, many of the outlying neighborhoods of the city were without water or power service. Federal officials said that could take until 18 Sept, and Acapulco's mayor said two of Mexico's largest airlines, Aeromexico and Interjet, would soon be running one flight each every hour from a military air base just outside the city. [http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/09/17/acapulco-tourists-stranded-as-mexico-death-toll-rises-to-38/]}}
 
{{newsitem| Death toll rises after riots in India| 10 Sept| At least 38 people have been killed in clashes which erupted between Hindus and Muslims in the northern Indian state of [[Uttar Pradesh]], police say. A curfew has been extended for a third day in riot-hit areas of Muzaffarnagar district. Hundreds of people have been arrested. Officials say security is improving. Thousands of people fled their homes in the violence which was sparked by the killing of three men who had objected to the harassment of a young woman. [http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-24038749]}}
 
{{newsitem| Death toll rises after riots in India| 10 Sept| At least 38 people have been killed in clashes which erupted between Hindus and Muslims in the northern Indian state of [[Uttar Pradesh]], police say. A curfew has been extended for a third day in riot-hit areas of Muzaffarnagar district. Hundreds of people have been arrested. Officials say security is improving. Thousands of people fled their homes in the violence which was sparked by the killing of three men who had objected to the harassment of a young woman. [http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-24038749]}}
 
{{newsitem| Deadly Mudslides in Mexico| 10 Sept| Days of relentless rain have hammered eastern Mexico, and now authorities say at least eight people are dead after mud and sand slid off the side of a hill. Officials say two people were rescued alive from the buried houses in [[Veracruz]] state. The two homes were hit on 9 Sept in the town of Manzanatitla, which is in a mountainous area about 200 miles east of Mexico City. Heavy rains have been falling across southeastern and central Mexico in recent days. [http://www.weather.com/news/deadly-mudslides-mexico-following-tropical-storm-20130910]}}
 
{{newsitem| Deadly Mudslides in Mexico| 10 Sept| Days of relentless rain have hammered eastern Mexico, and now authorities say at least eight people are dead after mud and sand slid off the side of a hill. Officials say two people were rescued alive from the buried houses in [[Veracruz]] state. The two homes were hit on 9 Sept in the town of Manzanatitla, which is in a mountainous area about 200 miles east of Mexico City. Heavy rains have been falling across southeastern and central Mexico in recent days. [http://www.weather.com/news/deadly-mudslides-mexico-following-tropical-storm-20130910]}}

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