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Mar 10, 2010 - Two Killed in Train Accidents in San Francisco Bay Area

"Two people were killed Thursday morning in separate incidents involving Caltrain, a commuter rail system serving the San Francisco Bay Area in the United States, local media reported. A woman was hit by a train and killed at about 5:50 a.m. as she walked across Caltrain tracks in Santa Clara station. Hours later, a train struck a small pickup truck at Auzerais Avenue in San Jose, killing the male driver inside. Including the two deaths ahead of New Year's Eve, a total of 19 people have been killed in 2009 while crossing Caltrain tracks,...

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Mar 10, 2010 - Woods loses AT&T sponsorships

"""We are ending our sponsorship agreement with Tiger Woods and wish him well in the future,"" the company said in a statement. Accenture and Gillette have already pulled out of sponsorship deals with Woods after he admitted to ""infidelity"" to his wife. Under the sponsorship deal, AT&T logo appeared on the golfer's bag while the company has said it will continue to host the AT&T National PGA event in July Woods, one of the world's most famous athletes, announced earlier this month that he was taking an indefinite break from...

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Mar 10, 2010 - Chinese Web Users Doubt Director's Info on 'Avatar's

"As the release of ""Avatar"" in China draws near, a Chinese Internet user put up a posting on Rednet.cn Tuesday. He doubted director James Cameron's words during an earlier press conference in Beijing where he promoted his film. According to the Global Times, Cameron revealed that China was the inspiration for some of the alien planet scenes in the film, especially ""Hallelujah Mountains"", which he said was modeled after Huangshan Mountain in China's Anhui Province. He recalled sending his crew to the site to select scenery and take...

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Mar 10, 2010 - Blind Date Event for Migrant Workers Becomes Men's Party s

"A blind date party for migrant workers was held at Wangjing Park in northeastern Beijing on Saturday morning, but the event quickly became a men's party because nearly all the attendees were men, the Beijing Evening News reports. At around 9 o'clock Saturday morning, two twin brothers came to the event, which brought hope to the organizers. Gradually, more and more people came to fill in their personal information, and some even came from far away to attend. One park visitor decided to attend the activity as soon as he heard about it, and...

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