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FEDERAL AGENTS in Mexico seized and burned more than 3.6 million marijuana plants from a 220-acre field in the northern state of Chihuahua, the Attorney General's Office said Wednesday. . . . SOL ADLER, the U.S. Treasury Department's representative to China during World War II and a translator of revolutionary leader Mao Tse-tung's works, died Thursday. He was 85. . . . THREE RARE white tigers were born in captivity in Albuquerque, N.M., and were doing well despite the mother's refusal to nurse the first-born. . . . FLOODS in wide areas of China have killed 1,846 people, injured thousands more and caused an estimated $8.7 billion in losses in the first half of the year, an official report said Thursday.