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      ‘NAZI‘ ROW OVER INDIAN TEXTBOOKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-07-2005
      Gujarat is led by Chief Minister Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi Human rights campaigners in India‘s Gujarat state have condemned school textbooks which they say praise Hitler.

The books are issued by the Hindu nationalist state government. One includes a chapter on the "internal achievements of Naz >>>


      EARTHQUAKE JOLTS JAPANESE CAPITAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-07-2005
      Tokyo‘s bullet trains were briefly suspended An earthquake has struck the Japanese capital, Tokyo, shaking buildings and injuring at least 18 people.

The quake, which had a magnitude of six, was the strongest to strike the city for more than 10 years.

Tokyo‘s airport was briefly closed, an >>>


      HAVANA RELEASES SOME DISSIDENTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-07-2005
      By Stephen Gibbs BBC News, Havana Martha Beatriz Roque was among those freed Cuban authorities have released some of the group of 20 dissidents detained shortly before a planned protest in Havana on Friday.

According to the independent Cuban Commission for Human Rights, at least five people have been released. >>>


      ISRAELIS KILLED IN GAZA SHOOTING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-07-2005
      An Israeli couple have been shot dead and several other people wounded in an attack by suspected Palestinian militants close to the Gaza Strip.

Gunmen opened fire on a car at Kissufim, a key entry point into Gaza‘s Israeli settlements, killing a husband and wife, officials said.

Earlier, Israeli >>>


      MUBARAK VOWS TO ERADICATE TERROR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-07-2005
      The bombs come at the height of Sharm al–Sheikh‘s tourist season Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has pledged to hunt down those behind the bombs which killed at least 88 people in the resort of Sharm al–Sheikh.

Speaking after visiting survivors, he said the attacks only increased Egypt&lsquo >>>


      PROTESTS DISRUPT LATVIA GAY MARCH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-07-2005
      Radio Talk Where I Live A–Z Index Low Graphics version | Change edition Contact us | Help News Front Page World Africa Americas Asia–Pacific Europe Middle East South Asia From Our Own Correspondent UK England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales Business Politics Health Education Science/Nature Technology Entert >>>


      A CRIMINAL WASTE
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Entrapment at Slough public lavatories just massages arrest figures. The real battle against crime lies elsewhere Nick Cohen Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer In 2'8', the number of sexual offences recorded by the police shot up.

Conservatives were appalled by the moral decline. Gay activists noticed t >>>


      BIRD FLU DRUG RATIONED FOR VICTIMS ONLY
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Jo Revill, health editor Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The anti–viral drug being stockpiled to combat bird flu will not be used to prevent the disease spreading. Ministers have decided it will be given only to people who are already infected and whose health is in serious danger.

The move has surpris >>>


      BLAIR‘S BLUSHES MERELY COSMETIC
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Gaby Hinsliff Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer It is enough to bring a blush to the most heavily made–up cheek, but the mystery of Tony Blair‘s suspiciously bronzed complexion can now be solved.

Downing Street has spent more than 1,000 of public money over the past six years on cosmetics to ready >>>


      BRITS HIT ABROAD GET LESS CASH
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Gaby Hinsliff Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Compensation rules for Britons killed abroad in terrorist attacks are to be reviewed by the Home Office.

The move follows warnings from Tory MP Tobias Ellwood – whose brother was killed in the Bali nightclub attack in 2002 – that UK victims of al&ndas >>>


      CONDUCTOR UNBECOMING
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Edward Heath was hugely proud of his musical abilities, an estimation not shared by all Richard Ingrams Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer It is all very well for politicians such as Mr Blair to appeal to us to carry on as normal in the face of terrorist attacks. We are most of us aware that if anyone is in danger, it i >>>


      FALCONER IS FORCED TO REVEAL DIARY IN FREEDOM MILESTONE
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Antony Barnett and Martin Bright Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Lord Falconer, the secretary of state for constitutional affairs, has been forced to reveal details of his ministerial diary in an important victory for the Freedom of Information Act.

Falconer‘s decision will set an important precedent a >>>


      FATCAT FARMERS GET LION‘S SHARE OF CAP AID
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Heather Stewart, economics correspondent Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Farmers in some of the richest parts of England pocket the lion‘s share of subsidies under the controversial Common Agricultural Policy, according to new figures released by the government.

CAP‘s defenders argue that it supp >>>


      GOLDEN BROWN?
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      The Chancellor has found a spare 12bn, but he may just be staving off the inevitable, writes Heather Stewart Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Black holes have always had an aura of mystery about them, but last week, Gordon Brown conjured one out of existence with a wave of the Treasury‘s red pen.

Until >>>


      HE SHALL NOT, HE SHALL NOT BE MOVED
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      After 1,500 days and nights, the law is about to crack down on Brian Haw‘s peace protest outside the Houses of Parliament. So what keeps him going, asks Tim Adams Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Brian Haw calls it flying. ‘We‘ve been flying for three or four hours now, Tim,‘ he says to me on t >>>


      ISOLATED YOUNG MEN MUST JOIN MAINSTREAM
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Shahid Malik Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The events of the past two weeks have shocked Britons. The knowledge that there were young men, born and bred in my part of the country angry enough and fanatical enough to blow innocent commuters to pieces has been hard to digest.

Since it emerged that one of the >>>


      OFFICERS ‘DECIDE IN ADVANCE‘ TO REJECT ASYLUM SEEKERS
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Gaby Hinsliff, political editor Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Asylum seekers are being ‘inappropriately‘ turned away amid a climate of political pressure and hostile media coverage, an official watchdog has warned.

Mary Coussey is the independent race monitor appointed by the Home Office to ove >>>


      WAITING LIST FOR SCANS TO BE CUT
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Hewitt pledges private tests to clear NHS backlog Gaby Hinsliff, political editor Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Patients forced to wait more than a year for diagnostic scans will be seen within six months under new plans to tackle hidden ‘black holes‘ on NHS waiting lists.

Patricia Hewitt, the >>>


      WHATEVER YOU DO, DO MENTION THE WAR
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Ministers must engage with the public more intelligently if they are to sustain support in an open–ended struggle with terrorism Andrew Rawnsley Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Here is the paradox÷ they blame his war, but they rate him more. Pollsters are reporting that a majority of people think there i >>>


      YES, THERE IS ANOTHER WAY
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Nick Mathiason on the rise of a new form of enterprise somewhere between a charity and a business Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The British state is being replaced. Privately run city academy schools, free of local education authority control, are taking over from comprehensives, some of which have been symbolicall >>>


      BOMB BLAST AT ISTANBUL CAFE WOUNDS TWO
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 1÷01 AM By BENJAMIN HARVEY Associated Press Writer ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) – A bomb exploded Saturday at an Istanbul cafe frequented by tourists, injuring at least two people, police said.

The blast at a cafe near the city‘s Galata bridge was caused by either a remote&ndas >>>


      BUSH HAILS COURT PICK AS WISE AND DECENT
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 1÷01 AM AP Photo DCEV101 By JENNIFER LOVEN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – From a distinguished legal pedigree to a belief in strict interpretation of the Constitution to summers working in a steel mill, President Bush on Saturday reviewed the reasons he chose federal appella >>>


      CREWS QUELL BLAZE THREATENING UTAH TOWN
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 12÷31 AM AP Photo NVJC112 By JENNIFER DOBNER Associated Press Writer SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Fire crews on Saturday quelled a 17,000–acre fire that had threatened a town in southwestern Utah while authorities lifted evacuation orders in a nearby community that had been nearly surro >>>


      EX–CIA OFFICER RIPS BUSH OVER PLAME LEAK
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 12÷31 AM AP Photo DCLJ102 By DONNA DE LA CRUZ Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush is jeopardizing national security by not disciplining Karl Rove for his role in leaking the name of a CIA officer, and has hampered efforts to recruit informants in the war on terror, >>>


      GENERAL÷ HARD–HIT TALIBAN RECRUITING KIDS
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 1÷16 AM AP Photo KAB101 By DANIEL COONEY Associated Press Writer KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – Fierce fighting in recent months has devastated the ranks of the Taliban, prompting the rebels to recruit children and force some families to provide one son to fight with them, a U.S. commander >>>


      MAN KILLED IN LONDON NOT LINKED TO BLASTS
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 12÷31 AM AP Photo LON812 By PATRICK QUINN Associated Press Writer LONDON (AP) – Police identified the man who was chased down in a subway and shot to death by plainclothes officers as a Brazilian and expressed regret Saturday for his death, saying they no longer believed he was tied to >>>


      POLL÷ AMERICANS SAY WORLD WAR III LIKELY
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 1÷16 AM AP Photo WX311 By WILL LESTER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – Americans are far more likely than the Japanese to expect another world war in their lifetime, according to AP–Kyodo polling 60 years after World War II ended. Most people in both countries believe th >>>


      PRESSURE ON U.S. TO USE MORE SURVEILLANCE
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 1÷01 AM AP Photo LON82' By ROBERT TANNER AP National Writer NEW YORK (AP) – Pressure is building for greater use of video cameras to keep watch over the nation‘s cities – particularly in transportation systems and other spots vulnerable to terrorism – after the bo >>>


      SOME IN U.K. SHOCKED OVER SUBWAY KILLING
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 1÷01 AM AP Photo LSD111 By JILL LAWLESS Associated Press Writer LONDON (AP) – The point–blank shooting of a man in front of horrified commuters has shocked many in Britain, where most police officers do not carry guns.

The concern is certain to rise after police said Sat >>>


      TWO ISRAELIS KILLED IN GAZA GUN ATTACK
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 1÷16 AM AP Photo JRL827 By GAVIN RABINOWITZ Associated Press Writer JERUSALEM (AP) – Palestinian gunmen opened fire on an Israeli vehicle traveling on the main road connecting the Gaza Strip settlements to Israel early Sunday, killing a husband and wife and wounding four other Israelis >>>


      ‘BOMBERS, RACISTS, THE LAW÷ THEY‘RE ALL OUT TO GET MUSLIMS‘
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Fear of faith–hate reprisals runs high Anushka Asthana, Dana Gornitzki, Lorna Martin, Tariq Panja, David Smith and Ned Temko Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Jimmy, a Muslim, pulled over his car a few hundred yards from the former home of suicide bomber Shehzad Tanweer on Colwyn Road in Beeston, Leeds.

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      ‘I DON‘T BLAME THEM BUT I HOPE THEY MOURN THE DEAD‘
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      David Smith tracks down men on both sides of the conflict to find out whether they can ever move on from their past and forgive Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Sixty years later, the debate still rages. Was America right to drop the atomic bomb – both bombs? Did it truly face the prospect of a full–scale >>>


      ‘I SAW BOTH OF THE BOMBS AND LIVED‘
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Anyone who survived the world‘s first atom bomb blast must have felt the worst was past. But Kazuko Sadamaru was caught up in the second explosion too. That she did so and is still alive today is perhaps the most uniquely improbable story of all.

The road north of Hirosh >>>


      ‘YOU KNOW, MAYBE I AM THE MESSIAH!‘
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Bill Bailey talks to Barbara Ellen about taking a break from stand–up comedy to appear in this year‘s buzz show, The Odd Couple Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Bill Bailey probably didn‘t mind when his Never Mind the Buzzcocks colleague Mark Lamarr labelled him ‘Darwin‘s surprise‘. >>>


      A NATION STANDS ON THE BRINK OF EXTREMISM
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sectarian radicals are putting Pakistan‘s moderate majority under massive pressure. Jason Burke, in Nurpur Shahan, finds allies of the West and a cleric who praises the UK bombers Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The road from the airport to the centre of Islamabad, Pakistan‘s capital, should be a straight >>>


      ADULT CARE BAN ON 700 STAFF
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Register identifies dangerous workers Mark Gould and Jo Revill Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer More than 700 care staff have been banned from working with the elderly or people with learning difficulties following accusations of neglect, assault and sexual abuse.

The scale of the problem involving dangerous >>>


      BLOODSHED IN THE CITY OF PEACE
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Toll of at least 88 dead in Egypt holiday resort Tracy McVeigh, Jason Burke and Amelia Hill Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Sharm el–Sheikh is known as the city of peace. The main road from the busy little airport to the blue waters and hotels that sweep along Naama Bay is called Peace Road.

It is a to >>>


      BRITONS LOST IN EGYPT HORROR
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Jonathan Steele in Sharm el–Sheikh Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer In one of the bloodiest attacks yet on a top international tourist destination, three bombs exploded almost simultaneously in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el–Sheikh in early yesterday morning. At least 88 people were killed including a numb >>>


      BRITS HIT ABROAD GET LESS CASH
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Gaby Hinsliff Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Compensation rules for Britons killed abroad in terrorist attacks are to be reviewed by the Home Office.

The move follows warnings from Tory MP Tobias Ellwood – whose brother was killed in the Bali nightclub attack in 2002 – that UK victims of al&ndas >>>


      CHILDREN OF HIROSHIMA
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      The bomb named ‘Little Boy‘ was dropped by the Enola Gay, a Boeing B–2', at 8.15am on 6 August 1'45.

It was 3 metres long and weighed four tons. Element÷ uranium 235. The bomb exploded 580 metres above the city. The air temperature on detonation exceeded 1 million degrees Celsi >>>


      CHINA RIVALS GO TO WAR FOR MG ROVER
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Shanghai Automotive calls Nanjing‘s claims of success ‘moonshine‘ and threatens to seek judicial review Frank Kane and Oliver Morgan Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Two of China‘s biggest companies are set to battle it out over the future of MG Rover, the bankrupt British carmaking business.>>>


      EXPOSE TRUTH, SAYS LEADER OF '/11 INQUIRY
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Ned Temko Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer A leading figure in America‘s inquiry into political and intelligence failures before the 11 September attacks is urging Britain to launch a similarly wide–ranging probe into the bombings in London.

Lee Hamilton, deputy chair of an inquiry that exposed a >>>


      FLASHY TACTICS WON‘T DEFEAT THE TERRORISTS
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Intelligence and policing by consent are the keys to beating the bombers, not a US type ‘war on terror‘ David Rose Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Less than two hours after the first of the London bombings on 7 July, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Ian Blair, spoke on television about the attack >>>


      FREE BOOKS GIVE CHILDREN THE GIFT OF READING
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Millions handed out to encourage parents to inspire a life–long habit Amelia Hill, education correspondent Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Every child in England will be given a free bag of books by the age of three in a 27 million government scheme to be launched this autumn.

In the next three years, >>>


      HEAR THE TRUE VOICES OF ISLAM
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Young, disenfranchised Muslims can only be reached by those they respect Abdul–Rehman Malik Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Last week‘s meeting between the Prime Minister and ‘moderate‘ Muslim leaders had all the appearance of an emergency synod – holy, serious and urgent.

Noble >>>


      HOPE AND FEAR IN THE CITY
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      The laws and principles that enshrine liberty must be maintained if terrorism is to be defeated Mary Riddell Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Thursday. A man moves through a tube station. His CCTV image suggests a handbag–snatcher, but this thief‘s alleged haul of choice is human lives.

A bombing >>>


      INSIDE THE YEARNINGS OF A POTENTIAL SUICIDE BOMBER
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      As a teenager Khaled al–Berry belonged to a radical Egyptian Islamist group. Here he recounts his dance with extremism Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer I wasn‘t attracted to their brand of religion; I was attracted to them as people. I was 14 and the first time I knew one of them, we were playing football >>>


      ISOLATED YOUNG MEN MUST JOIN MAINSTREAM
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Shahid Malik Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The events of the past two weeks have shocked Britons. The knowledge that there were young men, born and bred in my part of the country angry enough and fanatical enough to blow innocent commuters to pieces has been hard to digest.

Since it emerged that one of the >>>


      LAWYERS ‘BESIEGE‘ ARMY OVER IRAQ ABUSE
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      New wave of cases sparks military anger at ‘ambulance–chasers‘ Jamie Doward, Social affairs editor Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Britain‘s armed forces face a new wave of damaging legal actions over the alleged torture of detainees in Iraq, prompting concerns from defence chiefs over the rol >>>


      MAN SHOT IN TERROR HUNT WAS INNOCENT YOUNG BRAZILIAN
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Met regrets London shooting ‘tragedy‘ Victim‘s country seeks talks with Straw Tony Thompson Gaby Hinsliff and Alexandre Xavier Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer A young Brazilian man, living and working in London as an electrician, emerged last night as the innocent victim shot dead by police in their >>>


      NO 1 WITH A BULLET
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Public school and a stint in Kosovo with the Household Cavalry (not to mention guarding the Queen) might seem a strange pedigree for a sensitive singer–songwriter. But this ex–soldier from Hampshire has just topped both the album and singles charts Caspar Llewellyn Smith Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer It >>>


      OFFICERS ‘DECIDE IN ADVANCE‘ TO REJECT ASYLUM SEEKERS
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Gaby Hinsliff, political editor Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Asylum seekers are being ‘inappropriately‘ turned away amid a climate of political pressure and hostile media coverage, an official watchdog has warned.

Mary Coussey is the independent race monitor appointed by the Home Office to ove >>>


      PAY AS YOU GROAN
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer A private company is being accused of charging NHS patients exorbitant rates to use the phone and watch TV.

Seriously ill patients are being charged 3.50 a day to watch TV, and relatives up to 4'p a minute for telephone calls in, by Patientline, a company that sells TV and >>>


      POLICE SWOOP ON CAPITAL‘S ESTATES AS HUNT INTENSIFIES
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Two held as armed officers move in Detectives seek link with African cell Peter Beaumont, Tariq Panja, Martin Bright, Antony Barnett, Gaby Hinsliff, Jason Burke, Anushka Asthana Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The sight of a dozen police riot vans racing off from outside Brixton police station yesterday afternoon was >>>


      TERROR FEARS SCARE OFF TOURISTS
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Despite pleas for business as usual, London hotels and shops suffer fall in trade Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The level of anxiety among foreigners planning to visit Britain was revealed yesterday when Inter Milan cancelled their pre–season tour of England.

The Italian team were due to play Portsmo >>>


      THE CHINESE WON‘T STOP AT LONGBRIDGE
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      The purchase of MG is yet more evidence of China flexing its muscles Will Hutton Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The irony could not be richer. It was Maoist shop stewards at Longbridge in the 1'70s engaging in a guerrilla war against capitalism with ‘wildcat‘ strikes who made the then British Leyland >>>


      TWO BOMB PLOTS ‘LINKED‘
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Tony Thompson, Peter Beaumont and Martin Bright Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Links have been uncovered between the two teams of bombers who have brought terror to the streets of London over the past two weeks, say security sources.

Police now believe some of the men they are pursuing for last week‘s >>>


      WARNE WEAVES MAGIC TO LEAVE ENGLAND SPINNING IN HIS WAKE
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Kevin Mitchell at Lord‘s Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer England started the day hungry for Australian wickets; by the end of it they were grimly hanging on to their own, dreams of an unlikely draw scattered on the wind.

When bad light sent them in 24 minutes early, Kevin Pietersen and Geraint Jones, a >>>


      WE‘RE SAFER IF WE KNOW THE TRUTH
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Openness can help defeat terror Leader Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer For Londoners, there is relief but little comfort in the knowledge that a terrorist plot replicating the atrocity of 7 July failed last week. Sharm el–Sheik was not so lucky. Indiscriminate murder was brought to the Egyptian port as easily a >>>


      WHATEVER YOU DO, DO MENTION THE WAR
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Ministers must engage with the public more intelligently if they are to sustain support in an open–ended struggle with terrorism Andrew Rawnsley Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Here is the paradox÷ they blame his war, but they rate him more. Pollsters are reporting that a majority of people think there i >>>


      WHY I WANT TO FILL MY COUNTRY WITH LIDOS – BY TRACEY EMIN
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      All the rage in the Thirties, lidos were dismissed as working–class water palaces in an age of expensive private health clubs. Now the few surviving pools have gained a new image as the place to be spotted, the favoured haunts of celebrities, including BritArt star Tracey Emin. Here we print her introduction to a >>>


      WHY WE ARE WHAT WE ARE
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Thomas de Zengotita argues that the modern media shape people‘s lives in totally new ways in his haunting study, Mediated, says Peter Preston Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Mediated÷ The Hidden Effects of the Media on You and Your World Thomas de Zengotita Bloomsbury 10.'', pp2'1 At first si >>>


      WISH I WAS THERE
      Guardian, 24-07-2005
      Remember those far–off family holidays? Picnics and ice creams, early starts and leaking tents, when the grown–ups were still giants and time stood still. Observer writers return to their childhood to see how things have changed Louise France, Simon Garfield, Akin Ojumu, Rachel Cooke, Deyan Sudjic, Rebecca >>>


      RUSEDSKI‘S WINNING RUN DENTED
      The Daily Mail, 24-07-2005
      What is RSS? Greg Rusedski failed to reach the final of the RCA Championships in Indianapolis after being beaten in straight sets by fourth seed Taylor Dent.

The British number two was looking to claim a second successive title after retaining his Hall of Fame Championships crown in Rhode Island earlier this m >>>


      ‘PHILADELPHI DEAL NEARING COMPLETION‘
      The Jerusalem Post, 24-07-2005
      Israel and Egypt have agreed on modalities enabling the deployment of 750 Egyptian border policemen along the Philadelphi corridor between Gaza and Egypt, Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz told US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in a meeting Saturday night.

Speaking on the same day that devastating blasts rippe >>>


      2 KILLED, 5 WOUNDED IN ATTACK NEAR KFAR DAROM
      The Jerusalem Post, 24-07-2005
      Settler leaders complained that the IDF was not effective enough in dealing with the Saturday night‘s deadly shooting attack in which a husband and wife were killed and another five Israelis were wounded when terrorists opened fire at their vehicle on the Kissufim Route, the main access road to Gush Katif.
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      FAIR PLAY?
      The Jerusalem Post, 24-07-2005
      The 17th Maccabiah officially closed on Thursday night with a ceremony at the Sultan‘s Pool in Jerusalem. Everyone involved can breathe a sigh of relief as the Maccabiah finished without any major crises – unlike its two predecessors There were a record 7,000 participants – 4,500 from overseas – who smashed recor >>>


      FOOD THAT UNITES US
      The Jerusalem Post, 24-07-2005
      Food and Judaism By Joan Nathan Creighton University Press 376pp., $21.'5 Food and Judaism are a natural combination. As the old joke goes, "all Jewish holidays are based on the same premise, ‘they tried to kill us we survived – lets eat!‘" Food is at the heart of Judaism – and at >>>


      GLOBAL AGENDA÷ THE EAST÷ NEAR, MIDDLE AND FAR
      The Jerusalem Post, 24-07-2005
      Even geography is relative. As a result, not only are things not what they used to be, they ain‘t even where they used to be.

Less than a century ago, this part of the world was known as the "Near East." The Ottoman Empire, which was in charge here until the British and French finished it off, >>>


      NOWHERE TO RUN BUT HOME
      The Jerusalem Post, 24-07-2005
      Lighting up a cigar close to midnight Wednesday, Cmdr. Uri Bar–Lev stretched out his arms and heaved a sigh of relief. The three–day standoff between a determined bloc of "orange" and close to 20,000 policemen and soldiers had come to an end, with police declaring a victory.

Just hours ea >>>


      SHALOM WARNS TERROR COULD DELAY PULLOUT
      The Jerusalem Post, 24-07-2005
      Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom warned Tuesday that Palestinian terrorism could disrupt disengagement.

"It will be more difficult for us to implement the plan when at the same time we‘ll have to deal with the terrorists and try to implement the evacuation," he told The Jerusalem Post, following >>>


      TEL AVIV SUICIDE BOMBING FOILED
      The Jerusalem Post, 24-07-2005
      A Palestinian suicide bomber who planned to blow up in Tel Aviv was intercepted by security forces near Kibbutz Nir–Am in the western Negev on Friday night wearing an explosives belt, details released for publication on Saturday night revealed.

In a raid conducted by the IDF, Shin Bet (Israel Security Ag >>>


      THE HUMAN SPIRIT÷ WHAT SO PROUDLY WE HAIL
      The Jerusalem Post, 24-07-2005
      The Fourth of July isn‘t a holiday exclusively for Americans, President Moshe Katsav told the several thousand mostly Israeli guests attending the fireworks barbecue in the home of American Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer in Herzliya Pituah. So great has been the impact of American freedom on the entire world that all >>>


      OPENING FOR MAINFRAME SOFTWARE ENGINEER
      The Norway Post, 24-07-2005
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      ‘I DON‘T BLAME THEM BUT I HOPE THEY MOURN THE DEAD‘
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      David Smith tracks down men on both sides of the conflict to find out whether they can ever move on from their past and forgive Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Sixty years later, the debate still rages. Was America right to drop the atomic bomb – both bombs? Did it truly face the prospect of a full–scale >>>


      ‘I SAW BOTH OF THE BOMBS AND LIVED‘
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Anyone who survived the world‘s first atom bomb blast must have felt the worst was past. But Kazuko Sadamaru was caught up in the second explosion too. That she did so and is still alive today is perhaps the most uniquely improbable story of all.

The road north of Hirosh >>>


      ‘PEOPLE ARE NUMB‘
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Diving instructor Ehab Kortam, who has lived in Sharm El–Sheikh for almost 20 years, was with a group of 18 Britons on a night dive when the bombs struck. He told Lorna Martin how the resort, loved by millions of tourists, would never be the same again Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer ‘We have always felt >>>


      A NATION STANDS ON THE BRINK OF EXTREMISM
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Sectarian radicals are putting Pakistan‘s moderate majority under massive pressure. Jason Burke, in Nurpur Shahan, finds allies of the West and a cleric who praises the UK bombers Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The road from the airport to the centre of Islamabad, Pakistan‘s capital, should be a straight >>>


      BLOODSHED IN THE CITY OF PEACE
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Toll of at least 88 dead in Egypt holiday resort Tracy McVeigh, Jason Burke and Amelia Hill Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Sharm el–Sheikh is known as the city of peace. The main road from the busy little airport to the blue waters and hotels that sweep along Naama Bay is called Peace Road.

It is a to >>>


      BRITONS LOST IN EGYPT HORROR
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Jonathan Steele in Sharm el–Sheikh Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer In one of the bloodiest attacks yet on a top international tourist destination, three bombs exploded almost simultaneously in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el–Sheikh in early yesterday morning. At least 88 people were killed including a numb >>>


      CHILDREN OF HIROSHIMA
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      The mushroom clouds over Hiroshima and Nagasaki threw a terrible shadow over the 20th century. David Smith went to Japan to meet the survivors of the bright and horrifying dawn of the atomic age Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Seven–year–old Masaaki Tanabe spent that hot and humid summer playing in the ga >>>


      HOW THE WORLD CLAMPED DOWN ON THE THREAT OF MORE VIOLENCE
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer France Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy has announced a crackdown on suspected militants, with an increase in funds for video surveillance and stepped–up monitoring of radical groups and individuals.

Italy The government approved a package of new anti–terror measu >>>


      IN BRIEF
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Mugabe asks China for $1bn food loan President Robert Mugabe flew to China yesterday to ask for a $1 billion loan to end Zimbabwe‘s food and fuel shortages. The visit came days after Mugabe‘s officials went to South Africa, to be told that any aid from there would be tied t >>>


      IRAN MILITANT IS NOW HERO OF US RIGHT
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Neo–cons rally to the cause of jailed ex–Revolutionary Guard Paul Harris, New York Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Akbar Ganji was once a loyal Revolutionary Guard and veteran of the religious revolt that brought clerical rule to Iran. He became an operative for the country‘s intelligence services a >>>


      NEVER AGAIN
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Niger need not have starved Leader Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Two weekends ago, the richest nations in the world pledged at Gleneagles to take urgent action to lift Africa out of extreme poverty. Aid was to be doubled, debts written off. The deal did not go as far as many hoped but, none the less, the rich world >>>


      RAT POISON, GIN AND A HOT SHRINE
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Nigerians will try anything to get by in a corrupt land, says Katharine Houreld Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer There‘s a body in the road, but we speed past it into the sweltering night.

It‘s 3am and the long bridges connecting prosperous Ikoyi and Victoria Island to mainland Lagos are haunts of >>>


      REVEALED÷ CALLAS‘S SECRET PASSION FOR RECIPES SHE REFUSED TO TASTE
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Barbara McMahon, Rome Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer When she lost an incredible 40 kilograms in one year Maria Callas transformed herself from fat and dowdy opera singer into svelte and elegant diva.

The pressure to stay thin was tremendous for the food–loving soprano, whose newly published personal >>>


      VILLAGERS IN SUDAN FIGHT DAM DICTATORS
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      The ambitious government project has left thousands homeless and starving Julie Flint Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer They are selling their cows because they can no longer afford to feed them.

The land they have been given is so infertile, and growing anything so hard, that children are being kept out of sc >>>


      NEVER AGAIN
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Niger need not have starved Leader Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Two weekends ago, the richest nations in the world pledged at Gleneagles to take urgent action to lift Africa out of extreme poverty. Aid was to be doubled, debts written off. The deal did not go as far as many hoped but, none the less, the rich world >>>


      WE‘RE SAFER IF WE KNOW THE TRUTH
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Openness can help defeat terror Leader Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer For Londoners, there is relief but little comfort in the knowledge that a terrorist plot replicating the atrocity of 7 July failed last week. Sharm el–Sheik was not so lucky. Indiscriminate murder was brought to the Egyptian port as easily a >>>


      BLAIR‘S BLUSHES MERELY COSMETIC
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Gaby Hinsliff Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer It is enough to bring a blush to the most heavily made–up cheek, but the mystery of Tony Blair‘s suspiciously bronzed complexion can now be solved.

Downing Street has spent more than 1,000 of public money over the past six years on cosmetics to ready >>>


      FALCONER IS FORCED TO REVEAL DIARY IN FREEDOM MILESTONE
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Antony Barnett and Martin Bright Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Lord Falconer, the secretary of state for constitutional affairs, has been forced to reveal details of his ministerial diary in an important victory for the Freedom of Information Act.

Falconer‘s decision will set an important precedent a >>>


      OFFICERS ‘DECIDE IN ADVANCE‘ TO REJECT ASYLUM SEEKERS
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Gaby Hinsliff, political editor Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Asylum seekers are being ‘inappropriately‘ turned away amid a climate of political pressure and hostile media coverage, an official watchdog has warned.

Mary Coussey is the independent race monitor appointed by the Home Office to ove >>>


      WAITING LIST FOR SCANS TO BE CUT
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Hewitt pledges private tests to clear NHS backlog Gaby Hinsliff, political editor Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Patients forced to wait more than a year for diagnostic scans will be seen within six months under new plans to tackle hidden ‘black holes‘ on NHS waiting lists.

Patricia Hewitt, the >>>


      ‘BOMBERS, RACISTS, THE LAW÷ THEY‘RE ALL OUT TO GET MUSLIMS‘
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Fear of faith–hate reprisals runs high Anushka Asthana, Dana Gornitzki, Lorna Martin, Tariq Panja, David Smith and Ned Temko Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Jimmy, a Muslim, pulled over his car a few hundred yards from the former home of suicide bomber Shehzad Tanweer on Colwyn Road in Beeston, Leeds.

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      ADULT CARE BAN ON 700 STAFF
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Register identifies dangerous workers Mark Gould and Jo Revill Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer More than 700 care staff have been banned from working with the elderly or people with learning difficulties following accusations of neglect, assault and sexual abuse.

The scale of the problem involving dangerous >>>


      BIRD FLU DRUG RATIONED FOR VICTIMS ONLY
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Jo Revill, health editor Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer The anti–viral drug being stockpiled to combat bird flu will not be used to prevent the disease spreading. Ministers have decided it will be given only to people who are already infected and whose health is in serious danger.

The move has surpris >>>


      BRITONS LOST IN EGYPT HORROR
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Jonathan Steele in Sharm el–Sheikh Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer In one of the bloodiest attacks yet on a top international tourist destination, three bombs exploded almost simultaneously in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el–Sheikh in early yesterday morning. At least 88 people were killed including a numb >>>


      BRITS HIT ABROAD GET LESS CASH
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Gaby Hinsliff Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer Compensation rules for Britons killed abroad in terrorist attacks are to be reviewed by the Home Office.

The move follows warnings from Tory MP Tobias Ellwood – whose brother was killed in the Bali nightclub attack in 2002 – that UK victims of al&ndas >>>


      EXPOSE TRUTH, SAYS LEADER OF '/11 INQUIRY
      The Observer, 24-07-2005
      Ned Temko Sunday July 24, 2005 The Observer A leading figure in America‘s inquiry into political and intelligence failures before the 11 September attacks is urging Britain to launch a similarly wide–ranging probe into the bombings in London.

Lee Hamilton, deputy chair of an inquiry that exposed a >>>



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