Widespread devastation, but none hurt in 7.0 NZ quake

A powerful 7.0 magnitude earthquake caused widespread devastation in New Zealand's second largest city of Christchurch Saturday, with officials saying it was “extremely lucky” no one was killed.


In the heart of Somali piratedom

Mohamed Garfanji, Somalia's top pirate boss, talks sparingly and has the edginess of a wanted man who never lowers his guard and is always planning his next move. On his first encounter with foreign journalists his eyes only stop scanning his surroundings when he breaks his silence, speaking with an intense gaze that is both menacing and playful.

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