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      ‘ELDERS KILLED‘ IN AFGHAN ATTACKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Fighting in central Afghanistan has left at least 25 people dead, nine of them tribal elders, officials say.

Twelve suspected Taleban fighters and four policemen were also killed in the violence in Uruzgan province, Governor Jan Mohammad Khan said.

He said the militants accused the elders of co– >>>


      ‘LUCKY SHOT‘ DOWNED US HELICOPTER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The troops were flying to join an operation against militants An unguided rocket–propelled grenade brought down the US Chinook helicopter that crashed in Afghanistan on Tuesday, US commanders believe.

Lieut–Gen James Conway told reporters that the attack was a "pretty lucky shot, against a mov >>>


      AFRICA WANTS IT OWN ARMY FROM G8
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
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      AL–JAZEERA SHELVES US BORDER FILM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The minutemen patrol Arizona looking for illegal immigrants The Arabic TV channel al–Jazeera will not film a report about the US–Mexico border after a civilian border patrol group condemned the idea.

The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, an anti–immigration organisation that patrols the border i >>>


      ARROYO CRITICS KEEP UP PRESSURE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Fuel prices have gone up as part of Mrs Arroyo‘s reforms Beleaguered Philippines President Gloria Arroyo is set to face more public anger on Friday as new tax measures take effect.

The new rules will raise fuel prices in an effort to cut the budget deficit. Mrs Arroyo has faced a series of setbacks recen >>>


      ARROYO PROBLEMS SEE MINISTER QUIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Mrs Arroyo‘s government is under mounting pressure The Philippines‘ Agriculture Minister Arthur Yap has resigned to contest tax evasion charges filed against him.

The move seemed designed to shore up President Gloria Arroyo‘s government, already undermined by allegations of vote rigging and i >>>


      ASIA WARNED ABOUT AIDS EXPLOSION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      By Chris Hogg BBC News, Tokyo The disease has spread quickly among China‘s migrant workers Asia faces a 150% increase in HIV/Aids infections over the next five years unless more is done, a report warns.

The UNAIDS study says that those most likely to contract HIV – drug users, homosexuals and sex w >>>


      ASIA WARNING OVER AIDS EXPLOSION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The stigma makes it difficult for those affected to seek treatment Asia could face an explosion of HIV/AIDS if action is not taken now, the UN‘s Aids director has warned.

Prejudice against gay people and other at–risk groups was hampering efforts to combat the spread of HIV/Aids, said UNAIDS head P >>>


      BEACH ‘DIAMONDS‘ FAKE, SAY POLICE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The real thing. Indian police say the Mumbai "gems" are fake Police in the Indian city of Mumbai (Bombay) have urged people not to believe rumours that a suburban beach is awash with diamonds.

Hundreds of people had descended on the popular Juhu beach since the rumours started on Saturday, some scour >>>


      BEIRUT BEACH BLAST INJURES WOMAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      An explosion thought to have been caused by a hand grenade has occurred at a private beach resort south of the Lebanese capital, Beirut.

A young woman was seriously injured in the blast, which apparently took place when she opened the door of her car in the car park of the resort.

It is not clear whet >>>


      BERLUSCONI DEMANDS US ‘RESPECT‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The imam was allegedly flown out of Italy from a US military base Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has demanded the US show "full respect" for his country‘s sovereignty, in an official statement.

His message was delivered to the US ambassador, who was summoned to explain the alleged CIA >>>


      BOMB TRIAL CLEARS GREEK LEFTISTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The ELA claimed scores of attacks from the mid–1'70s to the mid–'0s Four convicted members of Greece‘s oldest armed militant group have been cleared of a series of bombings.

Two suspected members were also acquitted. The attacks, between 1'85 and 1''5, were blamed on the f >>>


      BUSH PLANS TO DOUBLE AFRICAN AID
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
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      CHAVEZ‘S ‘CITIZEN MILITIAS‘ ON THE MARCH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      By Mike Ceaser In Caracas, Venezuela Citizen–soldiers are being trained for battle in a parking lot in Caracas Rafael Cabrices does not know whether the attack will come by sea, by land, or even from within Venezuela.

But he is sure that US President George W Bush is plotting to oust leftist President Hu >>>


      DR CONGO POLL DELAY RIOTS KILL 10
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Voter registration has only just begun and could take months At least 10 people have died in clashes between police and demonstrators in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Police fired live bullets and tear gas as thousands of opposition supporters rioted in the capital, Kinshasa, over a delay to presidential e >>>


      EAST AUSTRALIA HIT BY FLOODING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      By Phil Mercer BBC News, Sydney Two people are missing and thousands of others have been forced to leave their homes to escape rising floodwaters in eastern Australia.

There are fears the town of Lismore, about 600km (370miles) north of Sydney, could be inundated if flood defences fail.

Strong winds a >>>


      EGYPT DEFENDANT WITHDRAWS CLAIMS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Nour says the charges against him are politically motivated A co–defendant in the trial of Egyptian opposition leader Ayman Nour has withdrawn his testimony, saying his confession had been forced out of him.

Ayman Ismail said security agents had threatened to harm his family if he did not testify against >>>


      ESCAPING JO‘BURG‘S MEAN STREETS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      As G8 leaders meet to discuss poverty in Africa, the BBC‘s Justin Pearce looks at the plight of just a handful of the continent‘s homeless youth on the streets of Johannesburg in South Africa.

Projects for the homeless rely on private donations Busisizwe‘s grandmother had six children to look >>>


      GLORIA ARROYO‘S TOUGHEST WEEK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      By Kate McGeown BBC News Mrs Arroyo has apologised for telephoning election officials It has not been a good week for Philippines President Gloria Arroyo.

Firstly, after opposition accusations of vote–rigging, she admitted phoning an election official during the count for last year‘s presidential p >>>


      GUJARAT FLOODS LEAVE SEVERAL DEAD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Rail services have been affected by the flooding Heavy monsoon floods in India‘s western Gujarat state have left at least 56 people dead and more than 65,000 people homeless, authorities there say.

The army has been deployed to assist rescue and relief operations. Schools and colleges have been closed in >>>


      GUNMEN KILL SISTANI AIDE IN IRAQ
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      minister‘s assets frozenUAE bans working in summer sunAl–Jazeera shelves US border filmTurkey police shoot bomb suspectStabbings at Jerusalem gay marchIraq compensation put at $52.5bnUS probes Iraqi reporter shootingTroops must stay in Iraq – BlairBush says Iraq sacrifices ‘vital‘Iraqi lea >>>


      HONG KONG COMMEMORATES HANDOVER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      hurdle for China‘s Unocal bidIndonesian police in terror sweepChina denies flexible yuan claimEast Australia hit by floodingEU opens China shoe–dumping probeRush–hour trains crash in JakartaRural China in clean water crisisHewitt and Federer set for battleInjured Hayman out of second TestSlow debut fo >>>


      HUNT FOR MISSING US GROUND TROOPS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Airborne forces had been sent in to help the ground troops US forces are trying to bring to safety a number of soldiers who were on the ground when a US helicopter was shot down in eastern Afghanistan.

The BBC‘s Andrew North says the US military has strong hopes the soldiers have not been killed or captu >>>


      INDIA TO PROBE WILDLIFE POACHER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Sansar Chand is wanted by the police in many Indian states India‘s top detective agency says it will question a man police say is a notorious wildlife smuggler.

Sansar Chand was arrested on Thursday after an intensive manhunt. He is wanted in a number of poaching cases.

On Friday a court in Delh >>>


      INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI ALERT DEAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      By Jacky Rowland BBC News, Paris The tsunami devastated many beach communities The United Nations scientific and cultural organisation says agreement has been reached on a tsunami warning system for the Indian Ocean.

Oceanographers and delegates from the region agreed to develop a network of seismographic equi >>>


      IRAN VICTOR ‘KIDNAP ROLE‘ PROBE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The president denies being among the hostage–takers The US says it is examining reports that Iranian President–elect Mahmoud Ahmadinejad took part in the 1'7' hostage–taking at Tehran‘s US embassy.

Some of the former US hostages have said they recognise Mr Ahmadinejad as one of >>>


      IRANIANS IN BELGIAN ALCOHOL ROW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Belgians are great beer– and wine lovers Iranian officials on a visit to Belgium have upset their hosts by trying to ban alcohol from the lunch table and refusing to shake women‘s hands.

Belgium‘s parliament speaker, Herman De Croo, decided to cancel a lunch rather than hosting a meal with no >>>


      IRAQ COMPENSATION PUT AT $52.5BN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Iraqi troops set fire to Kuwait‘s oil fields as they retreated The United Nations has approved $52.5bn (Ј2'.3bn) in compensation payments to Iraq‘s neighbours arising from its 1''0–'1 occupation of Kuwait.

The final figure is a fraction of the $354bn sought by countries which >>>


      ITALY PROBES PHONEY SECRET POLICE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Italian police have launched a big inquiry into a "parallel" intelligence agency created to fight Islamist militant groups, Italian media report.

Genoa anti–terror squads have carried out raids in nine Italian regions. Two people have been arrested and dozens of others, many employed by regular >>>


      KISSINGER REGRETS INDIA COMMENTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Mr Kissinger now says Indira Gandhi was a ‘great leader‘ Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has expressed regret over anti–India comments he made to former US President Richard Nixon.

"The Indians are bastards," Mr Kissinger said shortly before the India–Pakistan war >>>


      MEXICO BACKS STAMPS AMID RACE ROW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      US campaigners want the stamps withdrawn Mexico has defended the release of a set of stamps showing a popular black cartoon character, following strong criticism from the US.

The White House spokesman said racial stereotypes had no place in the modern world, and civil rights leader Jesse Jackson called the sta >>>


      MILITARY REOPENS GAZA SETTLEMENTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Jewish protesters are trying to resist the withdrawal Gaza‘s Jewish settlements have been reopened, a day after the Israeli army declared them a closed military zone.

The army had temporarily sealed off all 21 settlements to prevent an influx of non–resident activists opposed to the Gaza withdrawal >>>


      MORE DEATHS IN ZIMBABWE‘S BLITZ
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      So far 275,000 people are thought to have been made homeless Three more people have died in Zimbabwe‘s controversial urban slum demolition scheme, says rights group Amnesty International.

UN envoy Anna Tibaijuka visited the site where two women – one pregnant – and a boy were reportedly kille >>>


      NASA UNVEILS SHUTTLE LAUNCH DATE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The shuttle has been grounded for two–and–a–half years Nasa has set 13 July as the launch date for Discovery, the first shuttle to go into space since the Columbia disaster in February 2003.

The announcement follows a two–day review of the Discovery‘s readiness for lift–off. >>>


      NIGERIA POLL CHALLENGE REJECTED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      hopes of African baby visaBush plans to double African aidDR Congo poll delay riots kill 10African ‘Pele‘ places hope in G8Youth summit delegate has faith in G8 talksWhat makes you a winner?What is your message for the G8?Sudan Islamist leader Turabi freeNigeria to get $18bn debt reliefPirates hijack tsunam >>>


      O‘CONNOR SETS UP COURT CONFRONTATION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      By Matthew Davis BBC News, Washington The retirement of Justice Sandra Day O‘Connor from the United States Supreme Court opens a battle for the legal soul of the nation.

Justice O‘Connor was the first woman to hold a seat on the Supreme Court Originally a conservative, the 75–year–old i >>>


      PROFILE÷ CDU LEADER ANGELA MERKEL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The former physicist could become Germany‘s first female chancellor The regional election success for the opposition Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in North Rhine–Westphalia could be a springboard for party leader Angela Merkel.

Ms Merkel is likely to be the candidate to challenge German Chancell >>>


      PROTEST AGAINST INDIA RAPE FATWA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      A ruling by a Muslim seminary in India that a woman allegedly raped by her father–in law must separate from her husband has been met with protests.

The religious edict or fatwa was issued by the Darul–Uloom Deoband, a powerful Islamic school which was established more than 150 years ago.

T >>>


      RED CROSS WORKER KILLED IN HAITI
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      UN peacekeepers have been battling criminal gangs in Haiti A Red Cross employee who was abducted in the Haitian capital, Port–au–Prince, has been killed, officials say.

The aid agency said it was "deeply distressed" by the death of Joel Cauvin, a Haitian man who had worked for the Red Cro >>>


      RUSSIA JAILS LIBERAL MP‘S KILLERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Starovoitova was a close ally of former President Boris Yeltsin A Russian court has sentenced two men to long prison terms for the murder of liberal MP Galina Starovoitova in 1''8.

The organiser of the attack, Yuri Kolchin, was sentenced to 20 years, and one of the assailants, Vitaly Akishin, got 23 ye >>>


      SCHROEDER FOES HUNGRY FOR BATTLE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      By Ray Furlong BBC correspondent in Berlin Regional elections have weakened Mr Schroeder‘s SPD The mood at the state of Lower Saxony‘s annual garden party this week could not have been more upbeat A country–and–western band provided the music, the beer was flowing, and racks of chickens were siz >>>


      SCHROEDER SET FOR CONFIDENCE VOTE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Mr Schroeder is taking a huge political gamble, say analysts Germany‘s parliament is due to hold a vote of confidence in the government, which Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder wants to lose to trigger new elections.

Mr Schroeder called for the vote after his Social Democratic Party suffered a bad defeat in a >>>


      SOLDIERS KILLED IN RUSSIA BLAST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      At least 10 soldiers have been killed and seven injured in an explosion in the southern Russian region of Dagestan, police say.

The blast is said to have hit a truck filled with security forces near the Dagestani capital Makhachkala.

Dagestan, which borders on Chechnya, is an ethnically diverse Muslim >>>


      SUDAN ISLAMIST LEADER TURABI FREE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Turabi used to be a close ally of President Bashir Sudan‘s president has freed his former ally, Islamist leader Hassan al–Turabi, who was detained last year in connection with an alleged coup plot.

Mr Turabi said the government had only him freed under pressure and would not be surprised if he was >>>


      SYRIAN MINISTER‘S ASSETS FROZEN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The US says Mr Kanaan ensured Syria dominated Lebanese politics The US has frozen the financial assets of Syria‘s interior minister and its head of intelligence for Lebanon, saying they aided terrorism in Lebanon.

Washington also said Americans were now forbidden from doing business with Interior Ministe >>>


      TEXAN PUPILS PASS EXAM FOR ARSON
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Fox devised the scheme after falling in arrears on payments Two Texas students have been charged with arson after agreeing to torch a teacher‘s car so she could collect insurance money.

Roger Luna, 18, and Darwin Arias, 17, were failing their chemistry class but got passing marks in exchange for stealing >>>


      THREE DEAD IN SRI LANKA ‘AMBUSH‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Three soldiers have been killed in eastern Sri Lanka in an attack by suspected Tamil Tiger rebels, the defence ministry says.

They say the rebels ambushed the soldiers as they were travelling in motorised rickshaw, they said.

The attack is said to have taken place in the eastern district of Batticaloa >>>


      TIME MAGAZINE TO SURRENDER NOTES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      In Pictures Week at a Glance Country Profiles In Depth Programmes LANGUAGES MORE > Last Updated÷ Thursday, 30 June, 2005, 20÷06 GMT 21÷06 UK Time magazine to surrender notes Both reporters made inquiries about the source of the leak The US news magazine Time has agreed to hand over notes made by >>>


      TOP INDIAN ‘TIGER POACHER‘ HELD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Sansar Chand is wanted by the police in many Indian states Indian police have arrested a notorious wildlife smuggler who is wanted in several cases of poaching.

Police in the Indian capital, Delhi, say they arrested Sansar Chand after an intensive manhunt by crime branch detectives which lasted months.

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      TURKEY POLICE SHOOT BOMB SUSPECT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Turkish police have shot a suspected suicide bomber outside government offices in the capital Ankara.

Turkish TV said the suspect ran towards the entrance of the justice ministry before being hit by bullets.

Witnesses said the man had been unable to detonate his explosives. Some reports said he died a >>>


      UAE BANS WORKING IN SUMMER SUN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Construction is booming all along Dubai‘s waterfront A ban on labourers working in the hot afternoon sun has come into effect in the United Arab Emirates.

Throughout the summer months of July and August workers in the desert state will not be allowed to work in unshaded areas between 1230 and 1630.
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      UN CRITICISES ZIMBABWE SLUM BLITZ
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Dr Tibaijuka said the people were anxious for their lives to improve A UN envoy visiting Zimbabwe has said that the authorities could have taken steps to minimise the human impact of a controversial slum clearing programme.

Anna Tibaijuka told the BBC that while urban development was important, the government >>>


      UN FEARS FOR COLOMBIA REFUGEES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Colombia‘s civil war now rages through the country‘s rural areas Indigenous communities in Colombia are being forced to flee their homes as they are caught up in the country‘s civil conflict, the UN says.

The UN refugee agency says that some 1,200 people have left their homes in the Narino re >>>


      US CONFIRMS AFGHAN CRASH DEATHS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      The troops were flying to join an operation against militants Pentagon officials have confirmed that all 16 bodies have been recovered from the site where one of their Chinook helicopters crashed earlier this week.

Lieutenant General James Conway gave no further details on how the Chinook came down, but the US >>>


      US GAY COUPLES HEAD TO CANADA TO WED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      By Sarah Shenker BBC News Laura Thomas, right, and Kanani Kuka married in Vancouver Canada‘s more liberal attitude to homosexual marriage has seen a number of US couples travelling north to get married.

While Canadian MPs have just passed a bill to legalise the unions nationwide, same–sex marriages >>>


      US RESCUE NIGHTMARE IN AFGHANISTAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      By Bilal Sarwary BBC News, Kabul When news came in that a US Chinook helicopter had crashed in Afghanistan‘s eastern province of Konar, US officials must have known they were in for a search and rescue operation that would be the stuff of nightmares.

The Chinook plays a vital role in US military operatio >>>


      US SUPREME COURT JUSTICE RETIRES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Justice O‘Connor has been the court‘s crucial swing vote Sandra Day O‘Connor, the first woman to serve on the US Supreme Court and a critical swing vote, is to retire.

Ms O‘Connor, 75, has often cast the deciding vote on the nine–member court, leading some US commentators to call >>>


      VIEWPOINTS÷ CAN G8 PROPOSALS HELP AFRICA?
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
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      WEEKLY WORLD NEWS QUIZ
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
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      WFP WARNS OF ZIMBABWE FOOD CRISIS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      House demolitions were condemned by the UN Security Council The head of the World Food Programme says the current food shortages in Zimbabwe make it one of the countries he is most worried about in the world.

James Morris said the WFP would help distribute food, but only if it did not have interference from th >>>


      WHAT NOW FOR THE TALEBAN?
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-07-2005
      Andrew North BBC News, Kabul The Taleban remnants may be small but are committed Thousands of troops from the US–led coalition – most of them American are hard at work in the forbidding terrain of eastern Afghanistan hunting followers of the hardline Taleban movement they toppled three and a half years ago. >>>


      A SEIS MESES DE CROMAÑÓN, EMOTIVA MARCHA CON RECLAMOS DE JUSTICIA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Sobrevivientes de la tragedia y familiares de las víctimas pidieron que Omar Chabán vuelva a la cárcel y que se investigue a Aníbal Ibarra. Y alertaron sobre eventuales maniobras para diluir responsabilidades.

Mariana Iglesias. El tiempo que pasa no se lleva la tristeza. Alguien, ay >>>


      ABOGADOS MEJOR PROTEGIDOS
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Hugo Germano. PRESIDENTE CASSABA (CAJA DE SEGURIDAD SOCIAL PARA ABOGADOS DE LA CIUDAD) Hoy se cumple el primer aniversario de la asunción del primer directorio de Cassaba (Caja de Seguridad Social para Abogados de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires). Hemos transcurrido una parte del camino que va de una cultura a otra, e >>>


      ACUSAN AL NUEVO PRESIDENTE IRANÍ POR LA TOMA DE REHENES DE EE.UU. EN 1'7'
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Cinco ex cautivos dicen que participó del asalto a la embajada de Washington. WASHINGTON Y TEHERAN. AP, AFP Y EFE Seis días después de la elección del ultraconservador Mahmud Ahmadinejad como presidente iraní, cinco de los 52 ex rehenes estadounidenses que permanecieron 444 día >>>


      ALGUNOS MIRAN FEO A MASCHERANO EN BRASIL÷ PARA EL VICE DE SAN PABLO, ES "MUY VIOLENTO"
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Javier Mascherano, volante de River cuyo pase fue comprado por el Corinthians, tendrá a su llegada a Brasil un feo clima ya que el vicepresidente del club San Pablo, Juvenal Juvencio, lo calificó públicamente como "un jugador muy violento".

Juvencio declaró a la prensa bra >>>


      ALICIA KIRCHNER SERÁ LA CANDIDATA A SENADORA POR EL PJ EN SANTA CRUZ
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Ocupará el lugar que deja Crisitina Fernández por esa provincia. Kirchner tomó la decisión con las encuestas en la mano÷ su hermana es la única capaz de derrotar a los candidatos del radicalismo.

Walter Curia. Durante alrededor de una hora, los teléfonos del ant >>>


      AMÉRICA LATINA÷ '6 MILLONES VIVEN CON MENOS DE UN DÓLAR POR DÍA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Lo asegura un informe de la ONU, que evalúa metas establecidas en 2000 sobre la reducción de la pobreza. Chile es el único país que alcanzó los objetivos. En Argentina y Venezuela, la situación empeoró.

Ana Baron. WASHINGTON. CORRESPONSAL Las últimas esta >>>


      AYUDA SECRETA DE LA CASA ROSADA AL TRIUNFO DE LOS SOCIALISTAS EN GALICIA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Escríbanos Cartas de lectores Ediciones Anteriores Clarín Edición Electrónica Newsletters Webmail Foros El tiempo Tránsito y subtes Versión Palm Noticias RSS Noticias en su sitio Cartelera de Espectáculos Inicio Títulos Secciones Suplementos Clasificados Servicios >>>


      BIANCHI COMIENZA A TRABAJAR EN EL ATLÉTICO DE MADRID
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      El técnico argentino Carlos Bianchi comienza su gestión en Atlético de Madrid, club español que recientemente lo contrató, con una gira por Inglaterra que comenzará el 2' de julio.

Según la página web oficial de la entidad, el conjunto colchonero juga >>>


      BLAIR ASUMIÓ LA PRESIDENCIA DE LA UNIÓN EUROPEA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Tendrá en sus manos el futuro del presupuesto comunitario y el de la truncada Constitución europea. Ambos proyectos fracasaron por falta de acuerdo entre los 25 miembros comunitarios.

El primer ministro británico, Tony Blair, asumió hoy la presidencia rotativa de la Unión Eur >>>


      BOCA Y RIVER COMPARTEN UN PRESENTE NEGRO
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Vienen de cachetazo en cachetazo y perdieron protagonismo en el fútbol local. Los xeneizes ya están afuera de la próxima Libertadores, mientras que los de Núñez dependen de otros resultados para entrar.

Por Mariano Laico y Mariano Cordoni, de la Redacción de Clar&iacut >>>


      BRASIL÷ SE AMPLÍAN LAS DENUNCIAS Y LULA LANZA UNA CONTRAOFENSIVA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      El presidente anunció medidas anticorrupción tras las acusaciones de pagos de sobornos.

BRASILIA. AFP Y EFE En una contraofensiva a las denuncias de corrupción en su gobierno, el presidente de Brasil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, lanzó un paquete de medidas para combatir irregularidad >>>


      CARRIÓ DIO UNA SORPRESA÷ OLIVERA SERÁ SU CANDIDATO A LEGISLADOR PORTEÑO
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Puso al dirigente radical al frente de la lista. Busca traccionar votos de la derecha.

Mariana García. Buscaba sacudir su campaña electoral. Y ayer dejó con la boca abierta a propios y ajenos. Fascinada con la idea o más bien con el revuelo que sabe que va a provocar Elisa Carri&oac >>>


      CASTRO EVOLUCIONA FAVORABLEMENTE, PERO SIGUE CON PRONÓSTICO RESERVADO
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      El ex campeón mundial de boxeo Jorge "Locomotora" Castro evoluciona "favorablemente" tras el grave accidente de tránsito que sufrió hace dos semanas, pero "continúa en estado crítico y su pronóstico es reservado", informaron hoy oficialmente en el >>>


      CHAGAS÷ CORREN EL VENCIMIENTO DE LOS REMEDIOS PORQUE NO HAY OTROS
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Durante seis meses no los entregaron a los enfermos porque estaban vencidos. Ahora los distribuyen argumentando que otros países aceptan que duran 5 años, y acá a los 3 se fijaba la fecha de expiración.

Valeria Román. Durante los últimos seis meses, en la Argentina no >>>


      COCO JUNIORS
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Alfio Basile ya empezó a trabajar en Boca. Observó la práctica matutina del grupo y luego viajó a Tandil con algunos jugadores. "Ahora voy a tener un equipo para pelear por cosas grandes", dijo.

Enrique Gastañaga. Nada le interesa. Ni la barrera de cámaras qu >>>


      CÓRDOBA÷ LA ALUMNA DICE QUE TUVO SEXO CON EL CELADOR, EN EL COLEGIO
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      También dijo que el muchacho no la forzó y que ella consintió el acto sexual. Marta Platía. CORDOBA. CORRESPONSALIA Vamos, Marina, cortála, dejálo tranquilo al celador!", cuentan que le pedían los compañeros de curso a la chica de 15 años, enamorada de >>>


      DAVENPORT GANÓ Y ESTÁ EN LA FINAL
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Completó su partido ante la francesa Mauresmo y mañana enfrentará a Venus Williams en el encuentro decisivo.

La norteamericana Lindsay Davenport ganó su partido de semifinales, interrumpido ayer por la lluvia, ante la francesa Amelie Mauresmo por 6–7, 7–6 y 6–4 y e >>>


      DESCUBREN UN TRABAJO DE LEONARDO BAJO OTRA PINTURA DEL ARTISTA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      El hallazgo fue realizado con tecnología infrarroja. Se trata de un dibujo que fue encontrado bajo la pintura "La virgen de las rocas".

Un trabajo de Leonardo da Vinci fue descubierto debajo de su famosa obra "La virgen de las rocas", que integra la colección de la National Ga >>>


      DESDE LA UCR CRITICAN LA POSTULACIÓN DE OLIVERA POR EL ARI
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Distintos referentes de la UCR porteña salieron hoy a criticar la candidatura del radical Enrique Olivera a legislador porteño por el ARI, anunciada ayer por Elisa Carrió, a quien acusaron de ser "garante de la reserva del delarruismo".

"Carrió es la reserva del delar >>>


      DETIENEN Y LIBERAN A DOS POLICÍAS POR EL CRIMEN DE UN FUTBOLISTA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Son un teniente y un oficial de la Bonaerense. La Justicia cree que la víctima los insultó porque hicieron un comentario sobre su novia. Entonces, le tiraron. Anoche fueron excarcelados. García Barrera tenía 21 años.

Leonardo De Corso. Jorge García Barrera tenía >>>


      DIEZ MUERTOS EN UN ATENTADO CERCA DE CHECHENIA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Algunos de los fallecidos son soldados rusos y hay otras 23 personas heridas. La bomba explotó en la sureña república de Daguestán donde operan separatistas chechenos.

Al menos diez personas, entre ellas varios soldados rusos, murieron y otras 23 resultaron heridas hoy en un atentad >>>


      DIOGO YA ES JUGADOR DEL REAL MADRID
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Carlos Diogo es nuevo jugador del Real Madrid. La contratación del defensor uruguayo fue confirmada hoy por el propio club español, que también anunció la llegada de otro jugador charrúa, Pablo García.

Según fue informado, el ex River llega al conjunto de Madrid >>>


      DISTINTOS PAROS COMPLICARON LA ATENCIÓN EN LOS HOSPITALES
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Las medidas de fuerza se sintieron más en el Garrahan y en el Gran Buenos Aires.

Nora Sánchez. Varias protestas complicaron ayer la atención en hospitales de Capital y provincia de Buenos Aires. Los médicos y el personal no profesional afiliado a la Asociación de Trabajadores >>>


      EL "PLAN B" PARA EL CASO DE NO ACORDAR CON EL FMI
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Un duro documento del Fondo hizo desempolvar iniciativas de pago y desvinculación con ese organismo.

Marcelo Bonelli. Por primera vez y en forma oficial el Fondo Monetario Internacional hizo un planteo respecto del futuro de la evolución de la economía Argentina.

Fue en la ú >>>


      EL 13 DE JULIO LANZARÁN EL TRANSBORDADOR ESPACIAL "DISCOVERY"
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Luego de la tragedia del "Columbia" hace dos años, la NASA volverá a colocar en órbita una tripulación de siete astronautas.

La NASA confirmó que el 13 de julio lanzará el "Discovery", en la primera misión de un transbordador espacial desde l >>>


      EL BOCA QUE SE VIENE
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Se van÷ Baiano, Gerardo Bedoya, Andrés Guglielminpietro. Llegaron÷ Daniel Bilos (Banfield), Sebastián Battaglia (Villarreal), Guillermo Marino (Newell’s), Julio Barroso (Argentinos Juniors) Interesan÷ Federico Insúa (Independiente), Hugo Ibarra (Espanyol de Barcelona), Daniel D >>>


      EL BOLSHOI CIERRA SUS PUERTAS DURANTE TRES AÑOS POR REMODELACIONES
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      El emblemático teatro ruso estaba muy deteriorado. Se gastarán 700 millones de dólares en dejarlo a nuevo. El ballet saldrá de gira más seguido.

El Bolshoi, el emblemático teatro de Moscú, cerrará mañana sus puertas durante tres años para se >>>


      EL DÍA DESPUÉS
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Se irán al menos 15 jugadores entre ventas, préstamos no renovados y los que no serán tenidos en cuenta. La situación de Salas está indefinida.

Tras el peor de todos los días para River en la era Astrada, el día después no hizo más que prolongar la >>>


      EL GOBIERNO PORTEÑO SE DEFIENDE POR LAS MUERTES EN EL SANTOJANNI
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      El secretario de Salud dijo que se está investigando el fallecimiento de dos pacientes en terapia intensiva. Y que todavía "no hay por qué relacionarlo" con una falla de los compresores de oxígeno.

El secretario de salud porteño, Alfredo Stern, dijo esta maña >>>


      EL GOBIERNO RESTA IMPORTANCIA A LAS PRESIONES DEL FONDO
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      El representante argentino ante el organismo desmintió las exigencias para aumentar el superávit. Esa recomendación, junto a otras, aparece en documentos publicados por el Fondo.

El Gobierno le restó importancia hoy al documento emitido por el Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI) y a >>>


      EL JEFE DE LA FEDERAL NO DESCARTA RESPONSABILIDAD DE LOS POLICÍAS EN LA MUERTE DEL HINCHA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Néstor Valleca afirmó que están investigando y que en los próximos días podrá dar precisiones sobre lo ocurrido.

El jefe de la Policía Federal, Néstor Valleca, reconoció hoy que no puede descartarse que efectivos de la institución esté >>>


      EL PARLAMENTO FACILITA A SCHROEDER LA CONVOCATORIA A ELECCIONES ANTICIPADAS
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Lo hizo al retirar por gran mayoría la confianza al canciller, que había solicitado lo moción para poder adelantar los comicios ante los reiterados traspiés electorales del partido gobernante.

El Parlamento alemán retiró por gran mayoría la confianza al cancille >>>


      EL RIVER QUE SE VIENE
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Se van÷ Javier Mascherano, Lucho González, Pablo Barzola, Celso Ayala. Pueden irse÷ Carlos Diogo, Marcelo Salas, Franco Costanzo, Danilo Gerlo, Horacio Ameli, Eduardo Tuzzio, José Sand, Jairo Patiño, Víctor Zapata.

Interesan÷ Martín Posse (Espanyol de Bar >>>


      EL SALARIO PROMEDIO DE LOS EMPLEOS NUEVOS ES $ 420
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Oportunidades Más Oportunidades Legales Receptoría on–line Guía de Industria, comercio y servicios Guía de Viajes Guía de Restaurantes Guía de Farmacias Arquitectura Mujer Informática 2.0 Autos Ollas & Sartenes Sí!

Revista Ñ Countries Rur >>>


      EN MEDIO DE DURAS CRÍTICAS DE LA IGLESIA, ESPAÑA LEGALIZÓ EL MATRIMONIO GAY
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      El Parlamento aprobó la iniciativa oficial. Los homosexuales también podrán adoptar hijos. Fuerte reacción de la curia.

Juan Carlos Algañaraz. MADRID. CORRESPONSAL Después de una dura batalla que enfrentó al gobierno socialista con la Iglesia Católica y l >>>


      EN UN EXTRAORDINARIO EXPERIMENTO, "RESUCITARON" A UN GRUPO DE PERROS
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Lo hicieron después de comprobar durante tres horas la ausencia de toda señal de vida en sus cuerpos. La experiencia ya desató protestas y genera una serie de interrogantes para el futuro.

LA REPUBBLICA. ESPECIAL Inducir la muerte clínica en los seres vivientes para ver si es posibl >>>


      ENCUENTRAN OTRAS CUENTAS BANCARIAS RELACIONADAS A PINOCHET EN ESPAÑA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Pertenecen a testaferros del ex dictador que recibieron transferencias de dinero de las cuentas que el general retirado tenía en secreto en EE.UU..

La Fiscalía Anticorrupción española informó hoy que algunas personas investigadas en Chile, en el marco de la causa abierta al e >>>


      ES UN CAMPEÓN COMO DIOS MANDA
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      Cuando comienza la temporada, muchos planteles recurren a diferentes promesas en caso de obtener un objetivo. Vélez no fue la excepción. Luego de haber perdido el campeonato en la última fecha del Apertura, los jugadores se prometieron ir a Luján, si ganaban el Clausura. Y lo cumplieron. Se >>>


      FEDERER SIGUE IMPARABLE÷ VENCIÓ A HEWITT Y ESPERA RIVAL
      Clarin, 01-07-2005
      El número uno del mundo derrotó al australiano por 6–3, 6–4 y 7–6 y el domingo jugará la final frente al ganador de Andy Roddick y Thomas Johansson, encuentro que está suspendido por lluvia.

El suizo Roger Federer, primer favorito, venció al australiano Lley >>>



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