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      A PROTEST BANNER...
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      MARGARITA KIAOU/ANA A protest banner strung up yesterday alongside the statue of Adamantios Korais, outside Athens University, called for the release of convicted November 17 terror group member Savvas Xeros. Around 50 people, who occupied the university’s central building on Thursday night, were still there yesterday, >>>


      ACCOUNTANT FUDGED TAX FORMS FOR HIS OWN GAIN
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      An accountant working from home has been arrested in Athens accused of submitting false tax returns on behalf of his clients in order to earn for himself the income tax refund, police said on Saturday.

Without the consent of his customers, the suspect, aged 36, is believed to have filed the tax returns via the >>>


      BENEFIT CUT FOR CHOOSY JOBLESS
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      The government intends to put into effect a law that blocks unemployment benefits from being paid to recipients if they turn down work opportunities offered to them, Deputy Labor Minister Gerasimos Giakoumatos told Kathimerini.

The deputy minister said that allowances being paid by the state manpower organizat >>>


      CHEMICALS THREATEN WATER TABLE
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      Large quantities of expired fertilizers and pesticides which have been abandoned for more than year near Yliki Lake in Viotia, north of Attica, have yet to be destroyed, local officials told Kathimerini yesterday.

Yliki Lake is the main source of drinking water for Athens and there are fears that the potential >>>


      CLASH OVER UNION DEATH
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      PASOK blames ND after postal unionist dies following scuffle A row broke out between the ruling conservatives and PASOK yesterday over the death of a postal unionist who collapsed after an argument between members of unions which are affiliated to the rival parties.

PASOK head George Papandreou accused the gov >>>


      DOOR OPEN FOR EDUCATION TALKS
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      Education Minister Marietta Giannakou told striking teachers yesterday that talks between the two sides can resume again if the educators go back to work, in an attempt to resolve the issue ahead of next week’s elections.

«If they go back to school, we can talk about everything,» said Giannakou whi >>>


      FLOODS RAVAGE HOMES, FARMS IN THE NORTH
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      Residents stranded, motorist missing NIKOS ARVANITIDIS/ANA A bridge on the old Thessaloniki–Kavala national road was destroyed yesterday by raging waters caused by heavy rain which began to fall in northern Greece on Saturday. Hundreds of homes around Thessaloniki were flooded and authorities used boats and helic >>>


      FM: TIME PRESSURE FOR TURKEY
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      Foreign Minister Dora Bakoyannis told Sunday‘s Kathimerini that the European Union is entering a «difficult period» in its relations with Turkey and that Ankara had reached «decision time» over meeting its accession commitments.

«When a candidate state does not meet binding commitments, the EU cannot go >>>


      FRAUDSTER CLAIMS TO BE PM’S PERSONAL DOCTOR
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      A 48–year–old man, employed at the Social Security Foundation (IKA) as a physiotherapist, was arrested in Athens yesterday after he allegedly obtained credit cards by presenting forged documents showing him to be the personal doctor of the prime minister.

The suspect, who was not identified, was fo >>>


      GREECE SWEEPS AWAY NORWAY
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      Cleaning ladies armed with brooms had to help sweep water off the pitch at the Karaiskaki Stadium in Neo Faliron, southern Athens, on Saturday so Greece could take on, and beat, Norway in a Euro 2008 soccer qualifier.

A heavy downpour before kickoff looked like it was going to force the referee to postpone the >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      ARMS TRAFFICKERS Seven men, one Greek, arrested in Albania for smuggling guns into Greece Seven people, including a Greek man, have been arrested in Albania on suspicion of smuggling arms into Greece, Albanian police said yesterday. The men were arrested in Elbasan, some 55 kilometers south of Tirana. Deputy Interior M >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      MINORITY RIGHTS Athens accuses Ankara of stoking argument over Muslims in Thrace Greece yesterday rejected accusations from Ankara that it was limiting the rights of the Muslims in Thrace, claiming instead that its treatment of the minority was «exemplary.» «The policy that Greece follows in these mat >>>


      MORE TEACHERS SET TO JOIN PROTESTS
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      Primary and preschool teachers gave the final nod on Saturday for strike action over pay demands to continue for a fourth week from today as protests threaten to spill over into the tertiary sector.

The Panhellenic Federation of Teaching and Scientific Personnel (POSDEP) – the university teachers’ union >>>


      MOSQUE IN ATHENS UP ‘BY 200'’
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      Project to cost 15 mln euros The government has earmarked some 15 million euros for the construction of a state–funded mosque in Elaionas near the center of Athens by 200', Education and Religious Affairs Minister Marietta Giannakou said yesterday.

The long–delayed project will provide an offic >>>


      SUV SALES PICKING UP SPEED
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      Sales of SUVs and luxury 4x4 vehicles in Greece have doubled in the last five years, despite soaring petrol prices and a shrinking number of parking spaces in Athens, particularly in the city center, industry sources said yesterday.

Data from the Association of Motor Vehicle Importers – Representatives ( >>>


      THIS WEEK
      Kathimerin, 09-10-2006
      Monday PASOK leader George Papandreou visits Ankara, where representatives of the Party of European Socialists are meeting to evaluate Turkey’s bid to enter the European Union. He will also meet with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul.

The US Embassy and consu >>>


      A PÉKIN, L‘ÉTAT DE GR'4;CE DU NOUVEAU PREMIER MINISTRE JAPONAIS
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      EXTREME–ORIENT. A peine nommé, Shinzo Abe a effectué une visite de réconciliation en Chine. Si les contentieux sont nombreux, les deux pays ne peuvent se permettre un gel de leurs relations.

Tristan de Boubon, Pékin Lundi ' octobre 2006 Douze jours apr';s son accession au >>>


      AL GORE EN CAMPAGNE POUR SAUVER LA TERRE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      CLIMAT. L‘ancien vice–président américain parcourt le monde pour promouvoir son film documentaire sur les changements climatiques. Rencontre avec un «born again».

Olivier Dessibourg, Zurich Lundi ' octobre 2006 «Hello, je m‘appelle Al Gore. J‘étais l >>>


      ANALYSE. DEVOIRS POUR LE BON ÉLČVE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Analyse. Jean–Claude Péclet Lundi ' octobre 2006 En 2006, la Suisse est No 1 mondial en mati';re de compétitivité, selon le World Economic Forum (WEF). Le taux de croissance du produit intérieur brut (PIB) approche les 3%. Le nombre de places de travail a augmenté de 0,7% sur >>>


      AU CŚUR DES MARCHÉS. FRANC SUISSE: LE DÉSAMOUR DES BANQUES CENTRALES
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Economie Emploi, formation Sortir Samedi culturel Disques Livres Sciences Multimédia Dossiers Blogs Forums Archives Galeries de photos Revue de presse Newsletters Hors–séries Edition RSS Edition PDF Edition ePaper Coin des abonnés Boutique Events SMSAnnonces WebAdresses Publicité Voyages Renco >>>


      BRČVES
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Le Temps Lundi ' octobre 2006 Swissfirst réprimandé La banque, qui en juillet avait obtenu en référé que la NZZ am Sonntag garde sous silence les noms d‘investisseurs ayant effectué des transactions sur le titre Swissfirst avant sa fusion avec Bank am Bellevue, a été r& >>>


      CANCER DU SEIN: POUR UN DÉPISTAGE PRÉCOCE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Brigitte Humair, Corseaux (VD) Lundi ' octobre 2006 Mme Rita Nissim croit–elle vraiment, comme elle l‘écrit dans sa lettre parue le 4 octobre, que beaucoup de femmes en Suisse subissent un traitement «dévastateur» sans en avoir besoin? Les examens des prél';vements son >>>


      COMBIEN COŰTERAIT L‘ENTREPOSAGE DES ARMES?
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Marc–Antoine Renard, Yverdon–les–Bains (VD) Lundi ' octobre 2006 Ayant eu ces derniers jours l‘occasion de bien rire en lisant les divers arguments produits pour et contre le fusil d‘assaut ŕ la maison, je me permets de signaler un ou deux détails que personne n‘a pris >>>


      COMME UN LUNDI. AU NOM DU VIN SUISSE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      ZOOM Le Temps I Article Au nom du vin suisse Les fr';res Rouvinez se battent pour valoriser le vin suisse et appellent ŕ la solidarité entre les régions. Favorables ŕ l‘harmonisation des AOC cantonales,ils ont une position minoritaire en Valais.

Patricia Briel Lundi ' octo >>>


      COMME UN LUNDI. MARC DONNET–MONNAY
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Humoriste et physicien Propos recueillis par Florence Gaillard Lundi ' octobre 2006 – L‘ambiance du dimanche soir?

– J‘attends le lundi. – Votre premier geste lundi matin? – Je me l';ve et je vais dans mon bureau, qui se trouve chez moi. – Plutôt du soir ou du matin? – C‘est >>>


      EFFET COLLATÉRAL DE LA RÉVISION DE LA LOI SUR L‘ASILE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Quentin Bérard, Denges (VD) Lundi ' octobre 2006 Avec le résultat sur le durcissement du droit d‘asile, je suis fort embęté.

Je pensais fuir ŕ l‘étranger pour me protéger contre la montée inéluctable de la droite blochérienne en Suisse. Dés >>>


      GUCCI BONDIT DE 20% SUR SIX MOIS
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      LUXE. Le secteur devrait connaître une croissance de 5 ŕ 7% sur le long terme, estime Robert Polet, le directeur général de Gucci Group, le numéro trois mondial.

Cécile Ducourtieux Lundi ' octobre 2006 Cet article n‘est pas disponible sur notre site internet. Ses droits >>>


      ILS ONT TUÉ LA DÉMOCRATE ANNA POLITKOVSKAĎA
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Editorial. Joëlle Kuntz Lundi ' octobre 2006 En été 2005, ŕ l‘occasion du Festival du livre d‘Edimbourg, Anna Politkovskaďa demandait aux politiciens et officiels européens de remettre en question tout «rapport d‘amitié et de collaboration» avec le r& >>>


      JULIAN ESTEBAN ET LE MÉTIER D‘ENFANT PRODIGE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Julian Esteban, jeune prodige du Servette FC. Photo: Keystone FOOTBALL. Le joyau du Servette FC, couvé par son entourage, suscite de nombreuses convoitises. Toutes ne sont pas recommandables.

Patrick Boillat Lundi ' octobre 2006 Julian Esteban a du talent. Et un potentiel qui suscite autant d‘at >>>


      L‘ASSASSINAT D‘ANNA POLITKOVSKAĎA. CELLE QUI UTILISAIT LES MOTS POUR «SAUVER DES VIES»
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      A Moscou, une foule s´est réunie en l´hommage de la journaliste assassinée. «Le Kremlin a tué la liberté d´expression», dit cette pancarte. Photo: Keystone RUSSIE. La journaliste Anna Politkovskaďa, cél';bre pour ses enquętes sur les exactions en Tchétch >>>


      L‘AVIS DE L‘EXPERT. LE DEUXIČME PILIER EST BIEN GARDÉ
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      PREVOYANCE. Les caisses de retraite ne peuvent se comparer aux banques et aux assurances. Elles sont déjŕ l‘objet de l‘attention de nombreux organes de supervision.

Graziano Lusenti, Consultant Lusenti Partners Lundi ' octobre 2006 L‘affaire Swissfirst a mis en évidence des >>>


      L‘ESPAGNE S‘ENFONCE DANS LA CRISE ET S‘ÉLOIGNE DE L‘EURO
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      FOOTBALL. Nouvelle défaite de la «seleccion» face ŕ la Su';de (2–0). Le coach Aragones sur la sellette.

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      L‘EXTRĘME DROITE PROGRESSE EN FLANDRE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      BELGIQUE. Chute des libéraux–démocrates du premier ministre Guy Verhofstadt. La lecture de ce texte (2751 caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos abonnés en ligne.

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      L‘ONU DU FONCTIONNAIRE BAN
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      • Sauf surprise, l‘Assemblée générale désignera le Sud–Coréen ŕ la tęte du Secrétariat général de l‘ONU.

Alain Campiotti, New York Lundi ' octobre 2006 Vous parlez d‘un accueil! Le successeur de Kofi Annan n‘est pas encore nomm >>>


      LA CHRONIQUE DES DEVISES. NOUVELLE SAGA ISLANDAISE?
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      La chronique des devises. Jean–Marc Guillot?, Head of Foreign Exchange Overlays, Union Bancaire Privée Lundi ' octobre 2006 Comment ne pas ętre sensible ŕ l‘attrait de taux courts proches de 14% dans une économie affichant un taux de croissance de 4,2% en 2006, soit supérieur de >>>


      LA CHRONIQUE DES HEDGE FUNDS. HEDGE FUNDS ET GAZ NATUREL: CE QUI PEUT MAL TOURNER
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      La chronique des hedge funds. Olivier Bézelgues, Analyste financier CIIA Lundi ' octobre 2006 Récemment, la presse s‘est largement fait l‘écho des pertes colossales d‘un fonds multi–stratégies. Les pertes ont été réalisées sur le marché des mati&# >>>


      LA FISCALITÉ, ÉLÉMENT CLÉ DANS LA VALEUR DE L‘ENTREPRISE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Andreas Staubli et Daniel Gremaud, Associés du département fiscal, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Zurich Lundi ' octobre 2006 L‘intéręt des analystes et des investisseurs pour la situation fiscale des entreprises ne cesse de croître. Les entreprises rentables versent entre 25 et 35% de leurs >>>


      LA FRANCE NE SE RÉFORMERA QUE SUR LE SOCLE DE SON IDENTITÉ HISTORIQUE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Michel Guénaire , avocat ŕ Paris, auteur de l‘essai «Le Génie français», se réjouit que le destin de la France revienne au cśur du débat. Et il propose des pistes pour restaurer sa confiance.

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      LA «PLUTONOMIE», L‘ÉTUDE DES PLUS RICHES, RÉPOND AUX CRAINTES DES INVESTISSEURS
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      C´est aux analystes de Citigroup que l´on doit le terme de «plutonomie», un concept qui étudie l´impact des tr';s hauts revenus sur l´économie d´un pays. Photo: Keystone PREVISION. Le cours des actions, et non l‘immobilier, définira le futur de la consommation am >>>


      LE GENEVOIS VITOL RACHČTE UN PORT EN LETTONIE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      PETROLE. Le terminal de Ventspils n‘est plus alimenté en pétrole russe depuis 2002.

Le Temps Lundi ' octobre 2006 Vitol Group, une société de trading de pétrole basée ŕ Gen';ve, a racheté la plus grande partie de la participation du gouvernement letton >>>


      LECTURE. LE SACRIFICE DES «BABY LOSERS»
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Lecture. Jean–Louis Richard Lundi ' octobre 2006 Comment nous avons ruiné nos enfants. Patrick Artus, Marie–Paule Virard.

Editions La Découverte. 164 pages; 25 francs. L‘hiver dernier, les étudiants français croyaient n‘ętre descendus dans la rue que pour s& >>>


      LES COMMUNES SUISSES DE «AADORF» Ŕ «ZWISCHBERGEN»
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      REGIONS Le Temps I Article Les communes suisses de «Aadorf» ŕ «Zwischbergen» DOCUMENT. Les 2740 communes du pays sont réunies sur une liste écrite officielle pour la premi';re fois depuis 20 ans.

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      MENACES SUR L‘AMBASSADE DE SUISSE EN IRAN
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      «Si les réformes restent bloquées, on parlera bientôt d‘une armée de professionnels» Menaces sur l‘ambassade de Suisse en Iran SUISSE Le Temps I Suisse I Article Menaces sur l‘ambassade de Suisse en Iran SECURITE. Des mesures ont été prises dans plusieurs pays >>>


      OBÉLISQUE BLEU DANS LA NUIT BLANCHE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Le Temps Lundi ' octobre 2006 La 5e édition de la Nuit blanche de Paris a attiré 1,5 million de visiteurs venus voir des śuvres d‘art contemporain éphém';res dans plusieurs quartiers de la capitale. Clou de cette manifestation, l‘illumination des fontaines, des statues e >>>


      PAS DE BISTROT POUR MOINS DE CINQ FRANCS
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      SUISSE. Proposition des cafetiers. La lecture de ce texte (126' caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos abonnés en ligne.

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      PLACEMENTS. DU NOUVEAU DANS LA FINANCE. LA NEUROFINANCE POUR NE PLUS CONSIDÉRER L‘INVESTISSEUR COMME UNE «BOÎTE NOIRE»
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Fonds placement Marchés Economie Emploi, formation Sortir Samedi culturel Disques Livres Sciences Multimédia Dossiers Blogs Forums Archives Galeries de photos Revue de presse Newsletters Hors–séries Edition RSS Edition PDF Edition ePaper Coin des abonnés Boutique Events SMSAnnonces WebAdresses >>>


      QUAND LES ARTISTES MONTENT Ŕ L‘ALPAGE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      EXPOSITION. Le Kunsthaus de Zurich propose une vision contrastée du paysage alpin en 300 śuvres, avec un accent sur l‘approche contemporaine de ce th';me ancestral.

Laurence Chauvy Lundi ' octobre 2006 Le texte inscrit au début du parcours de l‘exposition Dans les Alpes, >>>


      QUESTIONS Ŕ KOSTAS IORDANIDIS. «LES CHIFFRES CERNENT MAL LA DÉRIVE DES STYLES DE GESTION DES HEDGE FUNDS»
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Questions ŕ Kostas Iordanidis. Olivier Schaerrer, Gérant ŕ Paris du SAAF Diversified Alpha Fund et strat';ge d‘Olympia Lundi ' octobre 2006 Apr';s avoir été chercheur en physique élémentaire des particules, Kostas Iordanidis s‘est tourné vers la fi >>>


      QUOI DE NEUF. DU VENT DANS LES LEGGINGS
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Quoi de neuf. Stéphane Bonvin, Paris Lundi ' octobre 2006 Chaque saison de mode poss';de sa signature. Sa figure de style qui la raconte mieux qu‘une synecdoque. Cet automne, les leggings fonctionnent comme signe de ralliement, ce collant opaque que l‘on voyait partout ŕ Londres l&lsqu >>>


      ROCK, CINÉMA ET UNIVERSITÉ
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      CINEMA. Changement de cap au Ciné–club universitaire de Gen';ve. La lecture de ce texte (2342 caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos abonnés en ligne.

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      RÉCHAUFFEMENT CLIMATIQUE: ET S‘IL ÉTAIT DÉJŔ TROP TARD?
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      POLLUTION. La température du globe risque d‘échapper ŕ tout contrôle selon les pires scénarios.

Le Temps Lundi ' octobre 2006 La semaine qui commence sera, sur le plan médiatique, celle du climat, alors que s‘ouvre, ce mercredi ŕ Gen';ve, le festival M >>>


      RÉCHAUFFEMENT GLOBAL: ET SI C‘ÉTAIT PIRE?
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      L´élévation du niveau des mers attendue d´ici la fin du si';cle se situe entre ' et 88 cm, selon le rapport 2001 du GIEC. Sur la photo, l´océan s´immisce dans la couche de glace du Groenland. Photo: Keystone Męme les scientifiques s‘y perdent et se trouvent dans >>>


      SE PEUT–IL QU‘ĘTRE OCCIDENTAL SOIT AVANT TOUT ĘTRE CRITIQUE?
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Ilia Durovic, orientaliste et tibétologue, s‘interroge sur le sens du tumulte auquel on assiste ŕ propos des déclarations de Benoît XVI.

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      SIX PAYS DE L‘OPEP RÉDUISENT LEUR PRODUCTION
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      PETROLE. Pas encore de consensus pour réviser ŕ la baisse les quotas de pompage.

Le Temps Lundi ' octobre 2006 Six pays membres de l‘Organisation des pays exportateurs de pétrole (OPEP), dont l‘Arabie saoudite ont commencé ŕ réduire leur production afin de contreca >>>


      SUR LA CHAÎNE LÉMAN BLEU, PASCAL DÉCAILLET FAIT LA NIQUE Ŕ LA SSR
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      GENEVE. L‘ex–animateur de «Forums» a réussi ses débuts ŕ la télévision. Toute la classe politique genevoise accourt ŕ son émission. Portrait. Xavier Pellegrini Lundi ' octobre 2006 Le décor est miteux. L‘équipement technique ne permet pas de >>>


      ZAPPROPOS. LES DOCTEURS DE L‘AMOUR ET DOCTEUR FOLAMOUR
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      Zappropos. Olivier Perrin Lundi ' octobre 2006 A l‘heure oů vous lirez ces lignes, on saura si le Vlaams Belang, l‘extręme droite belge qui cite Blocher en exemple, a atteint les objectifs qu‘il s‘était fixés pour les communales du Plat Pays. Lundi Investigation en fait s >>>


      «LES FONCTIONNAIRES LE CUL DANS LE MIEL, C‘ÉTAIT PEUT–ĘTRE VRAI IL Y A TRENTE ANS...»
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      VALAIS. A la tęte du syndicat des employés de l‘Etat du Valais, Michel Perruchoud a choisi de casser une longue tradition de conciliation et d‘entamer un bras de fer musclé sur la réforme des caisses de retraite. Portrait d‘un nouvel ennemi public.

Laurent Nicolet Lundi &# >>>


      «SCHUMI» CASSE ET ALONSO FONCE VERS LE TITRE
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      FORMULE 1. Contraint ŕ l‘abandon, hier au Grand Prix du Japon, le pilote Ferrari compte désormais 10 points de retard sur son rival espagnol. Mais pourquoi les moteurs partent–ils en fumée?

Jacques–Henri Gilbert, Suzuka Lundi ' octobre 2006 Grand Prix du Japon 2006. Dé >>>


      «SI LES RÉFORMES RESTENT BLOQUÉES, ON PARLERA BIENTÔT D‘UNE ARMÉE DE PROFESSIONNELS»
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      DEFENSE. Professeur ŕ l‘Académie militaire de l‘EPFZ, Karl Haltiner revient sur l‘échec de la réorganisation de l‘armée devant le National. Pour lui, il est temps d‘accepter qu‘un appareil militaire polyvalent ait des missions moins lisibles.

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      «TOUT POUR MES ENFANTS!»
      Le Temps, 09-10-2006
      MERES. Désirer le meilleur pour ses enfants au point de se surcharger de travail et d‘exercer sur eux une tr';s forte pression. Le danger, dénoncé aux Etats–Unis, existe également en Europe.

Marion Moussadek Lundi ' octobre 2006 Elles allaitent jusqu‘ŕ ce >>>


      4,000 IRAQI POLICE KILLED IN 2 YEARS, U.S. OFFICIAL SAYS
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      A16 Iraqi police have suffered 4,000 killed and 8,000 wounded over the past two years as the fledgling force grapples with wartime problems including corruption and infiltration by sectarian militia, a U.S. commander said yesterday.

Maj. Gen. Joseph Peterson, commander of the Civilian Police Assistance Trainin >>>


      AMERICAN WINS 2006 NOBEL FOR ECONOMICS
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      10:40 AM STOCKHOLM, Sweden –– American Edmund S. Phelps won the 2006 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences on Monday for explaining the relationship between inflation and unemployment, work that has had a profound impact on macroeconomic policy.

The 73–year–old Columbia University p >>>


      AP: ALLEN FAILED TO REPORT STOCK OPTIONS
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      4:27 AM RICHMOND, Va. –– For the past five years, Sen. George Allen, has failed to tell Congress about stock options he got for his work as a director of a high–tech company. The Virginia Republican also asked the Army to help another business that gave him similar options.

Congressional rule >>>


      BUSH BALKS AT CRITERIA FOR FEMA DIRECTOR
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      By Spencer S. HsuWashington Post Staff WriterSaturday, October 7, 2006; A02 President Bush reserved the right to ignore key changes in Congress‘s overhaul of the Federal Emergency Management Agency –– including a requirement to appoint someone with experience handling disasters as the agency‘s h >>>


      CALIF. LETTUCE RECALLED OVER E. COLI CONCERNS
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 8 –– Less than a week after the Food and Drug Administration lifted its warning on fresh spinach grown in California‘s Salinas Valley, a popular brand of lettuce grown there has been recalled over concerns about E. coli contamination.

The lettuce does not appear to have ca >>>


      CANADIAN BOOK GIVES BUSH TWO THUMBS UP
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      As might be expected, a new book by Eddie Goldenberg , chief of staff to then–Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien , is not making a splash in this country. But "The Way It Works: Inside Ottawa," has rocketed to the bestseller list up north.

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      COMMUNITY WILL DESTROY AMISH SCHOOLHOUSE
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      NICKEL MINES, Pa., Oct. 8 –– The one–room Amish schoolhouse where five young girls were shot to death and five more were wounded last week will be torn or burned down and rebuilt elsewhere, according to a member of the close–knit community.

Those students who survived the shooting rampa >>>


      CUNNINGHAM‘S WIFE TO PAY U.S. $1.6 MILLION
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      SAN DIEGO, Oct. 6 –– The estranged wife of disgraced former congressman Randy "Duke" Cunningham will pay $1.6 million in back taxes and penalties for her role in the bribery scandal that landed him in prison, according to a settlement filed Friday.

The federal government sued Nancy Cunnin >>>


      DOCTOR ARRESTED IN WIFE‘S CYANIDE DEATH
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      CLEVELAND –– A fugitive doctor charged in the cyanide poisoning death of his wife has been arrested in Cyprus and will be sent back to the United States to face trial, the FBI said Monday.

Yazeed Essa, 38, of Gates Mills, east of Cleveland, was arrested Saturday as he attempted to clear customs in >>>


      HOWARD DEAN TALKS UP DEMOCRATS IN MAINE
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      PORTLAND, Maine –– Howard Dean talked up Democrats, talked down Republicans and went door–to–door in a Portland neighborhood on Monday to rally Democrats for the upcoming election.

Dean, chairman of the Democratic National Committee and a former Vermont governor, and Maine Gov. John Bal >>>


      IN N.Y., SPARKS FLY OVER ISRAEL CRITICISM
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      By Michael PowellWashington Post Staff WriterMonday, October ', 2006; A03 NEW YORK –– Two major American Jewish organizations helped block a prominent New York University historian from speaking at the Polish consulate here last week, saying the academic was too critical of Israel and American Jewry.
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      IND. TRUCK STOP EVACUATED AFTER THREAT
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      SPICELAND, Ind. –– For the second time in about two months, an Interstate 70 truck stop was evacuated because of a bomb threat and suspicious package.

The package was found near a fuel pump and was blown up by a bomb squad Sunday. No damage or injuries were reported, but about 1,000 people were eva >>>


      JUSTICES TO REVIEW REIMPOSED DEATH SENTENCE
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      The Supreme Court agreed yesterday to review for the second time the death penalty case of a convicted Texas killer whose sentence the justices had previously overturned.

LaRoyce Lathair Smith, condemned to death for the 1''1 murder of a Taco Bell manager in Dallas, won a Supreme Court ruling in 2004 s >>>


      LAWMAKER FIRES BACK AT MONT. GOVERNOR
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      BOZEMAN –– A Republican state lawmaker is criticizing Gov. Brian Schweitzer for comments he made to a newspaper here about the lawmaker‘s belief that the planet is not millions of years old.

Rep. Roger Koopman, R–Bozeman, called Schweitzer‘s statement "incredibly bigoted.&quo >>>


      LOAN COULD DETERMINE RAIL PROJECT‘S FATE
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      SIOUX FALLS, S.D. –– Opponents are trying to reroute one of the largest railroad track expansions in a century, claiming it threatens the Mayo Clinic and its patients and staff.

The $6 billion plan would upgrade and extend hundreds of miles of rail lines through Minnesota, South Dakota and Wyoming >>>


      MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT BY VIDEO GROWING
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      DALLAS –– Psychiatrists, often in need and hard to find in rural areas, are increasingly turning to video to treat their far–flung patients, illustrating one of the latest growth areas of telemedicine.

Anthony Presciano said he probably wouldn‘t get treatment for his post–traumati >>>


      MINN. DEMOCRAT TAKES HITS IN SENATE BID
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      WABASHA, Minn. –– When Amy Klobuchar hit the major themes of her Senate campaign in this Mississippi River town _ bungling in Iraq, the need for change in Washington _ the Democrats on hand applauded politely.

What excited the crowd was her tough talk about countering Republican attacks. "They >>>


      MO. STUDENT HELD IN GUNFIRE INCIDENT
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      JOPLIN, Mo. –– A student fired a gun inside a middle school Monday morning but didn‘t hit anyone and no injuries were reported, police said.

The Memorial Middle School student, who was not identified, was in custody, said Joplin Police Lt. Geoff Jones.

"It was a very close call, >>>


      NATION IN BRIEF
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      Spoiled Carrot Juice Blamed for Paralysis TAMPA –– Investigators believe botulism toxin from bottled carrot juice paralyzed a woman, the fourth person thought to have been poisoned by bacteria in the drink.

Three people from Georgia experienced respiratory failure and remain hospitalized on ventila >>>


      NATION IN BRIEF
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      Many Amish Among Mourners In School Gunman‘s Funeral GEORGETOWN, Pa. –– Dozens of Amish neighbors came out Saturday to mourn the milkman who killed five young girls and wounded five more last Monday.

Charles Carl Roberts IV, 32, was buried in his wife‘s family plot behind a small Method >>>


      NEW AIRCRAFT CARRIER CHRISTENED IN HONOR OF GEORGE H.W. BUSH
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      A16 NEWPORT NEWS, Oct. 7 –– Despite a steady downpour that chilled thousands gathered Saturday in the shipyard here, President Bush and his father, George H.W. Bush, basked in the warm embrace of extended family and friends as they celebrated the christening of a nuclear–powered aircraft carrier named >>>


      NEW ORLEANS JUDGE FREES 4 AMID BACKLOG
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 6 –– A judge upset by a backlog of cases decided to release four New Orleans inmates from jail Friday and postpone their trials until they can get adequate representation from the spread–thin public defender‘s office.

Criminal District Court Judge Arthur Hunter warned >>>


      OMB PAPER AIMS TO CLEAR UP BUSH‘S MANAGEMENT AGENDA
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      As federal employees understand all too well, it‘s sometimes hard to sort out myth and fact in Washington.

Last week, the White House budget office posted a paper on one of the Bush administration‘s Web sites ( http://www.results.gov ) that, from its perspective, tried to set the record straight on >>>


      OPPORTUNITY‘S PANORAMAS OF MARTIAN CRATER THRILL SCIENTISTS
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      The Mars rover Opportunity yesterday sent back its first color panorama of the large Martian crater it reached last week after a 21–month trek, and NASA scientists could barely contain their excitement about what they saw.

The dramatic pictures of sharp rock faces marked the beginning of an exploration t >>>


      PICKING UP THE PIECES OF SLAIN TROOPS‘ LIVES
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      By Josh WhiteWashington Post Staff WriterSaturday, October 7, 2006; A01 ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. –– Spread across several tables in a vast warehouse here are the pieces of one soldier‘s life.

There is the photo album with images of graduations and family gatherings, tanks and smiling mili >>>


      RICHARDSON URGES DIPLOMACY ON N. KOREA
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      SANTA FE, N.M. –– Gov. Bill Richardson, a former U.N. ambassador who has parleyed with North Korea, is urging diplomacy in dealing with an announcement by North Korea that it had set off an underground nuclear test.

Richardson, who said he considers the test a hostile act, urged the Bush administra >>>


      SAILOR DETAILS KILLING OF IRAQI CIVILIAN
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      By Sonya GeisWashington Post Staff WriterSaturday, October 7, 2006; A16 CAMP PENDLETON, Calif., Oct. 6 –– Eight members of a Marine squad planned to kill a suspected Iraqi insurgent and developed a cover story before their April raid, but when they could not find their target, they pulled a neighbor from hi >>>


      SECRET PAPERS COULD HALT CIA CASE
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      Associated PressSaturday, October 7, 2006; A08 Vice President Cheney‘s former chief of staff intends to load up his criminal trial with information about nine national security matters, the names of foreign leaders and details about various terrorist groups, according to court filings in the Valerie Plame leak ca >>>


      SUING OVER THE CIA‘S RED PEN
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      By Dana PriestWashington Post Staff WriterMonday, October ', 2006; A15 When Gary Berntsen sat down for dinner last year with the CIA‘s executive director, Kyle "Dusty" Foggo, the agency‘s No. 3 tried to talk him out of resigning from the National Clandestine Service. Foggo even offered him a u >>>


      U.N. COUNCIL URGES N. KOREA NOT TO CONDUCT NUCLEAR TEST
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      UNITED NATIONS, Oct. 6 –– The U.N. Security Council issued a statement Friday expressing "deep concern" about North Korea‘s threat to conduct its first test of a nuclear explosive, saying it would "jeopardize peace, stability and security in the region and beyond." The action came >>>


      VICTIM ADVOCATES, FLA. DIOCESE URGE FOLEY TO NAME ALLEGED ABUSER
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      A06 The Roman Catholic diocese of Palm Beach, Fla., and national advocacy groups for victims of sexual abuse called yesterday for former representative Mark Foley (R–Fla.) to give police the name of the clergyman who allegedly abused him as a teenager.

"He should absolutely report the perpetrator, l >>>


      A BALANCING ACT IN THE UPPER SOUTH
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      By Shailagh MurrayWashington Post Staff WriterMonday, October ', 2006; A01 SPRINGFIELD, Mo. –– They call this city the buckle of the Bible Belt.

Tucked in southwest Missouri, near Arkansas and Oklahoma, Springfield is home to 200 churches and five Christian colleges, including Jerry Falwell&lsq >>>


      A MOSCOW MURDER STORY
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      She wasn‘t charismatic, she didn‘t fill lecture halls and she wasn‘t much good at talk shows either. Nevertheless, at the time of her murder in Moscow Saturday, Anna Politkovskaya was at the pinnacle of her influence. One of the best–known journalists in Russia and one of the best–known Ru >>>


      ARMY LAUNCHING ARMY STRONG‘ AD CAMPAIGN
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      WASHINGTON –– In its battle to win the hearts and minds of recruiting–age Americans, the Army is replacing its main ad slogan _ "An Army of One" _ with one it hopes will pack more punch: "Army Strong." The new approach, the fruit of a $200 million–a–year contract with a >>>


      BUSH COMMENTS ON N. KOREA NUCLEAR TEST
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      AM –– Text of President Bush‘s statement Monday on North Korea‘s reported nuclear test, as transcribed by CQ Transcriptions.

BUSH: Last night, the government of North Korea proclaimed to the world that it had conducted a nuclear test. We‘re working to confirm North Korea‘s c >>>


      BUSH CONDEMNS NORTH KOREA‘S ‘PROVOCATIVE‘ TEST
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President George W. Bush, facing a new election–year foreign policy crisis, condemned North Korea‘s reported nuclear test on Monday and vowed the United States will respect security commitments in Asia.

Speaking about 12 hours after the news broke of North Korea‘s >>>


      BUSH SAYS N. KOREA NUCLEAR TEST A THREAT
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      AM WASHINGTON –– President Bush said Monday that a reported North Korean nuclear test poses a threat to global peace and security, denouncing it as "unacceptable." Bush said the action "deserves an immediate response" by the U.N. Security Council." Bush said he had called the leader >>>


      BUSH TO MAKE NORTH KOREA STATEMENT
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President George W. Bush will make a statement about North Korea‘s reported nuclear test at ':45 a.m. EDT (1345 GMT) on Monday, the White House said.

It will be Bush‘s first public remarks about North Korea‘s statement that it conducted a nuclear test. The Whi >>>


      CHENEY BACK DELIVERING THE GRIM CAMPAIGN SPEECH
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      By Peter BakerWashington Post Staff WriterSunday, October 8, 2006; A14 MILWAUKEE –– Vice President Cheney sometimes starts speeches with a Ronald Reagan quotation about a "happy" nation needing "hope and faith." But not much happy talk follows. Not a lot of hope, either. He does, though, >>>


      CHINA‘S IRON GRIP
      Washington Post, 09-10-2006
      It‘s no secret that China in recent years has stepped up its repression of political, religious and journalistic freedoms, to only the mousiest of objections from the outside world.

Less well known is that China feels so unconstrained that it is brazenly harassing dissidents in the suburbs of Washington, >>>



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