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  • A few hundred yards away, crews from the Louisiana National Guard erected a roughly two-mile-long, 8-foot-high barricade assembled of asphalt, and sand bags.

    Floodway Forces Sacrifice

  • The two-mile-long runway for space planes is ready to go.

    Slow Liftoff for Space Tours

  • A Starbucks, a Duane Reade, pizza and sushi places, an upscale sports bar and other retail businesses occupy eight spaces in Riverwalk, one of the newest developments on the narrow, two-mile-long island.

    Roosevelt Island Shops for More Stores

  • Just past a port where workers are building a two-mile-long pier to accommodate huge vessels known as Chinamaxes that will transport iron ore for China's ravenous steel industry, past berths for tankers to lug oil to Beijing, a city of factories is sprouting on an island almost twice the size of Manhattan.

    China invests heavily in Brazil, elsewhere in pursuit of political heft

  • Just past a port where workers are building a two-mile-long pier to accommodate huge vessels known as Chinamaxes that will transport iron ore for China's ravenous steel industry, past berths for tankers to lug oil to Beijing, a city of factories is sprouting on an island almost twice the size of Manhattan.

    China invests heavily in Brazil, elsewhere in pursuit of political heft

  • In his latest inflatable adventure, Tompkinson is travelling from South Australia to New South Wales, taking in all manner of Australian-ness? camel racers, two-mile-long trains, peculiar meat dishes? along the way.

    Pete Cashmore's Screen burn: Stephen Tompkinson's Australian Balloon Adventure

  • Just past a port where workers are building a two-mile-long pier to accommodate huge vessels known as Chinamaxes that will transport iron ore for China's ravenous steel industry, past berths for tankers to lug oil to Beijing, a city of factories is sprouting on an island almost twice the size of Manhattan.

    China invests heavily in Brazil, elsewhere in pursuit of political heft

  • Just past a port where workers are building a two-mile-long pier to accommodate huge vessels known as Chinamaxes that will transport iron ore for China's ravenous steel industry, past berths for tankers to lug oil to Beijing, a city of factories is sprouting on an island almost twice the size of Manhattan.

    China invests heavily in Brazil, elsewhere in pursuit of political heft

  • Just past a port where workers are building a two-mile-long pier to accommodate huge vessels known as Chinamaxes that will transport iron ore for China's ravenous steel industry, past berths for tankers to lug oil to Beijing, a city of factories is sprouting on an island almost twice the size of Manhattan.

    China invests heavily in Brazil, elsewhere in pursuit of political heft

  • Just past a port where workers are building a two-mile-long pier to accommodate huge vessels known as Chinamaxes that will transport iron ore for China's ravenous steel industry, past berths for tankers to lug oil to Beijing, a city of factories is sprouting on an island almost twice the size of Manhattan.

    China invests heavily in Brazil, elsewhere in pursuit of political heft

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