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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 2005, Syracuse, New York r The Post-Standard Affiliated with FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2005 PINAL EDITION 8 2005 The Post-Standard SYRACUSE, N.Y. 50 CENTS GOOD MORNING CLEARING SKIES Dry air will push south into Central New York today and start scatter- ing the clouds. A high-pressure system will con- trol the weather for the week- end and provide plenty of sun- shine, although it will be cool. Complete forecast D-12 HIGH: 59 LOW: 34 Index Sales of Bextra stopped amid health concerns The painkiller Bextra was taken off the market Thursday, and the government wants simi- lar prescription drugs to carry the strongest possible warnings about increased risk of heart at- tack and stroke. STORY, PAGE C-l Motorcycle bomber hits Cairo bazaar, killing two An explosion apparently set off by a bomber on a motorcycle hit a tour group shopping in a historic bazaar Thursday, killing at least two people and wound- ing 20 the first attack target- ing foreign tourists in Cairo, Egypt, in-more than seven years. STORY, PAGE A-3 Honeywell starts building plant to clean lake Onondaga Lake's biggest polluter started construction Thursday on a million proj- ect in Geddes to prevent chemi- cals from seeping out of toxic waste sites on the shore to the lake below. STORY, PAGE 6-1 Seneca-Cayuga Tribe kill