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Afghan police: NATO airstrike kills private guard

NATO forces on Tuesday launched an airstrike against a group of private security guards who were contracted to protect military supply convoys along an eastern Afghan highway, killing one of the guards, Afghan police and the company said. Full story

Death toll from tornadoes rises to 329

Emergency officials have raised Alabama's death toll to 238, bringing the total number killed in seven states from devastating tornadoes to 329. Full story

Thai, Cambodia cease-fire breaks; toll rises to 16

Thai and Cambodian troops broke a brief cease-fire and clashed for an eighth day Friday, shattering hopes of a quick end to a long-running border conflict that has forced nearly 100,000 villagers to flee. The death toll rose to 16. Full story

Morocco blast death toll rises to 15: report

The death toll from a bomb attack in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh has risen to 15 and includes 10 foreigners, state-run television reported. Full story

US: Libya death toll could be as high as 30,000

The death toll in Libya after more than two months of violence could reach as high as 30,000, an Obama administration official said Wednesday. Full story

Arkansas Tornadoes Add to Possible April Record

Deadly storms, including reported tornadoes, pounded Arkansas yesterday (April 25), adding to what is likely to be a record tornado count for the month of April. Full story

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Death toll rises to 33 in Bangladesh ferry sinking

Belarus subway bombing death toll rises to 13

Subway blast kills 12, injures dozens in Belarus

Death toll hits 5 in Hawaii fireworks bunker blast

Death toll from South storms rises to 6

Whale, Dolphin Deaths in Gulf Spill Underestimated

Dangerous breach feared at Japan nuke site

At least 50 dead in Myanmar after quake: official

Official death toll from Japan quake & tsunami tops 9,000: Kyodo

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  Feb. 23: Nightly News Wednesday broadcast

Americans await evacuation in Libya; Khaddafy clan rules in luxury; Death toll still rising in New Zealand quake; Wisconsin governor’s prank call reveals true stance; Obama believes gay marriage act unconstitutional; College basketball losing streak finally ends; Woman pitches for big league batting

  Feb. 22: Nightly News Tuesday broadcast

Libyan troops defy Gadhafi, side with protesters; Gadhafi's crackdown creates war zone; Death toll still rising after New Zealand quake; Wisconsin leads the way to union limits; Somali pirates kill 4 Americans on hijacked yacht; Surging oil prices drive Libya's struggles home; Cell phones trigger ch

  NBC News Update 5 02-07-11

Death Toll; Show of Support; Super Day

  Jan. 13: Nightly News Thursday broadcast

Youngest Tucson shooting victim laid to rest; Doctors start physical therapy for Giffords; Sen. Gillibrand: 'Giffords is inspiring a nation'; NASA names backup commander for Giffords' husband; School records detail Loughner's decline; Death toll rising in Brazil flooding; East Coast thawing out afte

  Death toll rises in California blast

Search teams continue to hunt for the missing amid fears that many of the unaccounted for are buried in the debris field. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.

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TOKYO - APRIL 10: Cherry blossoms are seen as visitors gather at Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden on April 10, 2011 in Tokyo, Japan. The 9.0 magnitude strong earthquake struck offshore on March 11 at 2:46pm local time, triggering a tsunami wave of up to ten metres which engulfed large parts of north-