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Top Cutlines — 3/27/06

A patient is squeezed below bags during a move from an old wing to a new wing at the Huaxi hospital in Chengdu, in China’s southwest Sichuan province on Saturday. You write the cutline. (AP Photo/Color China Photo)

Top Cutlines

1. Mr. Chang was saved from the trash dump when the hospital remembered that he had good insurance — A Token D.

2. Mr. Chen goes undercover to investigate the theft of body parts at the Chengdu-bird-flu wing of the Huaxi Hospital — Paul Ferguson.

3. The last reporter to highlight the human rights abuse is being transported for disposal — KaleJ.

HM: Dave Tolle

For the rest of today’s cutline entries, click here.


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