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Hopes rise for safe birth by Japan's probably pregnant panda

TOKYO (Reuters) - A female panda at a Tokyo zoo appears to be pregnant, zoo officials said on Friday, raising hopes for a safe birth five years after her first cub died within days of being born.
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