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      AFRICA TO DECIDE ON DARFUR FORCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      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 Entertainment ––––––––––––––––&ndas >>>


      AT LEAST 26 DIE IN PAKISTAN BLAST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      At least 26 people have been killed after their vehicle hit a land mine in south–western Pakistan province of Balochistan, officials say.

Several people were also injured in the explosion in Dera Bugti, about 300 km (180 miles) from Quetta, local official Abdul Samad Lasi said.

It is not yet cle >>>


      AUSTRALIAN ADVERT BANNED ON UK TV
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
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      BIRD FLU KILLS INDONESIAN CHILD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
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      BUSH DAMAGED BY POLITICAL ICEBERG
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      By Matthew Davis BBC News, Washington President Bush had sailed full steam ahead into a political iceberg in the shape of the bitter row over the management of US ports by a Dubai–owned company.

Mr Bush was accused of being tone deaf to the politics of the deal Yet at the last minute he found an unexpect >>>


      CLINTON‘S HOME A ‘HISTORIC SITE‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      TV Radio Talk Where I Live A–Z Index /× Change Edition×/ #ift–banner .pipe #ift–banner form #dfh #ifh #ift–banner label #ift–banner label.uk #ift–banner label.int .domestic .int .domestic a .int a .domestic a:hover .int a:hover .extraLink UK version International version >>>


      DALAI LAMA ‘WANTS TO VISIT CHINA‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      The Dalai Lama stressed he wants self–rule for Tibet, not separation Tibet‘s exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has repeated his wish to visit China, on the anniversary of the 1'5' uprising against China‘s takeover.

The Dalai Lama has made several such calls before, but China has >>>


      DANES IN BID TO BOOST MUSLIM TIES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Amr Khaled has called for dialogue between Muslims and Denmark Denmark is hosting a conference aimed at improving its ties with the Muslim world, after the uproar over cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad.

The talks are being attended by Muslim and Christian scholars and clerics, including a popular Egypti >>>


      DARFUR‘S DOOMED PEACEKEEPING MISSION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      By Jonah Fisher BBC News, Khartoum AU forces have struggled to end the violence On Friday the African Union faces the most difficult decision of its short three year history.

Created with the idea of "African solutions for African problems" at its heart, it must decide whether to handover its first m >>>


      DARFUR UNREST PROMPTS UN AID CUT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Government supporters are opposed to UN peacekeepers The United Nations Refugee Agency says it is being forced to cut its relief work in Darfur because of continued insecurity in the Sudanese region.

It said its 2006 budget for Darfur would be revised downwards by 44%. The three–year conflict between reb >>>


      DOCTORS ATTACK US OVER GUANTANAMO
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Detainees have told of being force–fed through nasal tubes More than 250 medical experts have signed a letter condemning the US for force–feeding prisoners on hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

The doctors said physicians at the military prison had to respect inmates‘ right to refuse trea >>>


      DUTCH JAIL ‘TERROR GROUP‘ MUSLIMS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Mohammed Bouyeri is already serving the maximum prison term A court has convicted nine Muslims of belonging to a terrorist group and planning to attack Dutch politicians.

Two men in the so–called Hofstad group were jailed for 15 and 13 years for using a hand grenade against police.

The court did >>>


      EU THREATENS PALESTINIAN AID CUT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians urgently need aid The European Union has warned it will cut funding to a Palestinian government led by Hamas if the group fails to renounce violence against Israel.

The EU gave no date for such a move. It has continued aid to Palestinians since Hamas won elections in Janua >>>


      FRENCH HOSTAGE–TAKER SURRENDERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      The students held hostage were aged 16 to 18 A former teacher who held 21 students and two adults hostage at a school in western France for several hours has surrendered to police.

The captives, mostly students aged 16 to 18, were unharmed and the handover passed off calmly, officials said.

The 33&nda >>>


      FRENCH TENNIS DRUG FATHER JAILED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Christophe Fauviau was devoted to his children‘s tennis careers A French man who admitted drugging a number of his children‘s tennis rivals has been given an eight–year jail term.

Christophe Fauviau, 46, a retired army officer, was convicted of manslaughter after one of the players died in a >>>


      FURY AT SA POLICE AS GIRL KILLED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Police chief Jackie Selebi said he had never seen such incompetence South Africa‘s police chief has condemned the "incompetence" of police who took 24 hours to find the body of a child who was murdered in her own home.

Makgabo Matlala, 4, was assumed to have been kidnapped from her parents&lsqu >>>


      GUANTANAMO BAY: THE TESTIMONY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      The US defence department has for the first time put the names of detainees to transcripts of tribunals at Guantanamo Bay.

It could take weeks for the documents to be fully analysed But the 6,000 pages of documents released under the Freedom of Information Act do not always name the person attending the tribun >>>


      HAMAS ATTACKS ISRAEL BORDER PLAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Khaled Meshaal argued that Ehud Olmert‘s plan would not bring peace A senior Hamas leader has described as a declaration of war an Israeli plan to set new borders unilaterally by annexing Palestinian land.

The militant group‘s political leader in exile, Khaled Meshaal, told the AFP news agency the >>>


      HOPES FADE IN TURKEY BUS PLUNGE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Watch rescue attempt Sixteen people are dead, and at least 16 more feared killed, after a bus plunged into a river in central Turkey.

The bus fell into the fast–flowing Kelkit river in Tokat province, about 330km (200 miles) east of Ankara.

Eleven survived the crash. Divers were looking for thos >>>


      HUNT FOR VARANASI BOMB SUSPECTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      There have been appeals for peace among both Hindus and Muslims Police in India have launched a manhunt for two men they say are responsible for the twin bomb blasts which killed 14 people in the holy city of Varanasi.

The police issued sketches of the two men, who are suspected of planting a bomb in a shop wh >>>


      IRAQ HANGS 13 FOR INSURGENCY ROLE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      The Iraqi authorities have hanged 13 people accused of taking part in the insurgency, the first execution of militants since the US–led invasion.

"The competent authorities have today carried out the death sentences of 13 terrorists," a cabinet statement said.

The name of only one of t >>>


      ISRAEL‘S ELECTION SEASON UNDER WAY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      By Jeremy Bowen BBC Middle East Editor Olmert is trying to establish himself as Ariel Sharon‘s political heir If Israelis are planning to flop down in front of the television between now and the general election at the end of the month they may not find something to take their minds off the realities of life. >>>


      ISRAELI PM SETS BORDERS DEADLINE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Olmert has vowed to take up the legacy of Ariel Sharon Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert says he plans to set permanent borders for Israel within four years, to separate it completely from most Palestinians.

But he said he would give the militant group Hamas time to reform, disarm and embrace past interim peac >>>


      ITALY BID FOR PM CORRUPTION TRIAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Silvio Berlusconi is fighting general elections in April Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and the husband of a UK minister could face trial in Italy, following a request from prosecutors.

A judge has been asked to indict Mr Berlusconi and lawyer David Mills on corruption charges, say reports.

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      JAPAN ‘SUICIDE PACTS‘ CLAIM NINE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Lama ‘wants to visit China‘Thai PM‘s son fined over sharesJapan calls for UN funding revampNew plan hits Aborigine truantsEU to decide shoe dumping actionProgress sought on global tradeSingapore rejects maids‘ day offWindies recover to challenge NZHoward enters Melbourne media rowJapan–Chi >>>


      MUSLIM GIRL DANCES SOCIAL DIVIDE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      By John Mary in Malappuram, Kerala Rubiya has danced from the age of three (Pics: Ali Kovoor) The family of a young Muslim girl in India‘s southern state of Kerala say they are being shunned by the local mosque committee (mahallu) because she is practising Indian classical dance.

VP Rubiya, 16, came firs >>>


      NEW PLAN HITS ABORIGINE TRUANTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Aborigines are Australia‘s most disadvantaged community The Australian government is considering cutting welfare payments for Aborigines if they do not send their children to school.

The scheme is designed to cut truancy rates and get Aborigines off the dole.

"It is a proposal that has eman >>>


      NIGERIA MILITANTS FIGHT MILITARY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Militant attacks have led to a 20% drop in Nigeria‘s oil exports The Nigerian military says it has fought a fierce gun battle with heavily armed militants in the Niger Delta.

Thirty speed boats each carrying 15 militants attacked a petrol tanker demanding fuel, an army source says.

The group, wh >>>


      NOTORIOUS JAIL MARKS 100TH YEAR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      By Subir Bhaumik BBC News, Calcutta Former inmates return for Friday‘s ceremony A ceremony has been held to mark the 100th year of the Cellular Jail on India‘s Andaman islands, linked to the country‘s struggle for independence.

Scores of fighters for Indian independence jailed there were paid >>>


      PAKISTAN PROVINCE KITE–FLYING BAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      The kite–flying can get very competitive during Basant The Pakistani province of Punjab has banned the flying of kites ahead of a traditional festival marking the advent of spring.

The ban follows a number of deaths in recent days, mostly in the provincial capital Lahore, caused by glass–coated or >>>


      PERU PRESIDENT GIVES POLL WARNING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Mr Toledo (L) has better ties with the US than some neighbours Peru‘s president has warned against damaging the country‘s stability, ahead of presidential elections in April.

"If you are not interested in building economic, political, legal stability then we will not have investment," Ale >>>


      POLL RACE TESTS LACKLUSTRE PRODI
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Italians go to the polls in April to decide whether Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi or his left–of–centre opponent Romano Prodi will lead the next government. The BBC‘s Mark Duff in Milan looks at Mr Prodi‘s uphill struggle to woo voters.

Mr Prodi has to keep a broad spectrum of intere >>>


      PROFILE: GUANTANAMO BAY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Allegations of mistreatment at the camp surfaced early on The US detention camp at Guantanamo Bay has come under intense scrutiny since it began to receive foreign detainees in early 2002.

The US has faced frequent attacks for holding inmates without trial and for their alleged mistreatment.

United Na >>>


      RUSSIA LAUNCHES BIRD VACCINATIONS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      There have been calls for all fowl across Europe to be vaccinated Russia has begun the mass vaccination of poultry to try to stop the spread of the lethal H5N1 bird flu virus.

Millions of vaccines have already been delivered to provinces in southern Russia – a region believed to be most vulnerable to the >>>


      SERBS REJECT INDEPENDENT KOSOVO
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Mediators hope a settlement on Kosovo can be reached this year Serbia‘s foreign minister has said his country can never accept a fully independent Kosovo, ahead of a meeting of European Union foreign ministers.

The province is still legally part of Serbia and Montenegro – but it has been under UN p >>>


      SUDOKU ADDICTS BATTLE TO BE NO 1
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      By David Willey BBC News, Rome Puzzlers are set a range of Sudoku challenges at the tournament Puzzle addicts from more than 20 countries are gathering in the Italian city of Lucca to compete in the first World Sudoku Championships.

Sudoku, a pencil and paper number game of logic, originated in Japan. After a >>>


      TEAR GAS AT DR CONGO POLL PROTEST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Tshisekedi‘s supporters boycotted the initial voter registration Police in the Democratic Republic of Congo have used tear gas and batons to disperse hundreds of opposition supporters in the capital, Kinshasa.

They want to register for the country‘s first democratic elections in 40 years set for 18 >>>


      THE MILLS–JOWELL CASE SEEN FROM ITALY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      By David Willey BBC News, Rome In Italy, political corruption has been for many centuries a way of life.

Many corruption cases have been brought against Mr Berlusconi Niccolo Machiavelli wrote in anger 500 years ago that corrupt leaders discredit their governments.

A mere decade ago, the political par >>>


      UN AMBASSADORS SET FOR IRAN TALKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Where I Live A–Z Index /× Change Edition×/ #ift–banner .pipe #ift–banner form #dfh #ifh #ift–banner label #ift–banner label.uk #ift–banner label.int .domestic .int .domestic a .int a .domestic a:hover .int a:hover .extraLink UK version International version About the vers >>>


      US LIFTS GUANTANAMO VEIL OF SECRECY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      By Matt Davis BBC News, Washington The release of documents containing the names of hundreds of prisoners held at the Guantanamo Bay camps represents a significant blow to US government secrecy surrounding the controversial facility in Cuba.

The US is fighting an increasingly bitter battle over the camp The do >>>


      US MILITARY TO LEAVE ABU GHRAIB
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      By Adam Brookes BBC Pentagon correspondent Pictures of abuse at Abu Ghraib shocked America and the world The US military in Iraq says it plans to transfer detention operations in Baghdad away from Abu Ghraib Prison.

A new detention facility is being constructed at a site known as Camp Cropper, near Baghdad&lsq >>>


      US WARNS OF CHALLENGE FROM IRAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-03-2006
      Iran has begun the process to produce its own nuclear fuel Washington has warned that Iran‘s nuclear programme is one of America‘s biggest challenges, and refused to rule out any option including military.

Senior officials were speaking a day after United Nations nuclear watchdog the IAEA decided t >>>


      " LES NOUVEAUTÉS " DE L&#8217;IMPORTATION
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Economie Salon international de lautomobile " Les nouveautés " de limportation Le 10e Salon international de lautomobile dAlger a ouvert ses portes, hier, pour une période de huit jours. Cela fait trois ans que ce salon est organisé sous le th';me de " La prévention routi >>>


      " LES ÉCOLES PRIVÉES NON CONFORMES Ŕ LA LOI SERONT FERMÉES "
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Le président Bouteflika est catégorique : " Les écoles privées qui ne se conformeront pas ŕ la réglementation en vigueur seront fermées. " Revenant sur cette question lors de son discours, hier, ŕ Alger, ŕ loccasion de la Journée mondiale de la femme, le chef >>>


      " NOTRE CINÉMA VA DISPARAÎTRE "
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      A 63 ans, le réalisateur Sid Ali Mazif est toujours collé ŕ son sujet préféré : la femme. Son oppression, ses śuvres et ses combats sont traités sous différents points de vue, mais avec un support unique : lécran. Dans lentretien quil nous a accordé, il revient sur >>>


      " RIEN N&#8217;EMPĘCHE LA COLLABORATION... "
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Actualite Josep Borrell " Rien nempęche la collaboration... " " Rien nempęche la collaboration entre lAlgérie et lUnion européenne dans la lutte contre le terrorisme et contre limmigration clandestine ", a déclaré hier le président du Parlement européen, Jose >>>


      80 % DES B'4;TISSES SONT Ŕ DÉMOLIR
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Le vieux bâti fait réguli';rement parler de lui. La commune de Belouizdad en pâtit depuis longtemps déjŕ. En désespoir de cause, les citoyens de la commune hantent, pour se faire entendre, les couloirs des rédactions.

La commune de Belouizdad, lune des plus touché >>>


      ANTINÉA OU LE FANTASME DE LA FEMME INTERDITE
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Une mythologie de carte postale En 1'1', un jeune écrivain français encore quasiment inconnu, Pierre Benoit, publie son deuxi';me roman, LAtlantide. Le livre connaît presque immédiatement un triomphe retentissant. Pierre Benoit, la trentaine ŕ peine dépassée,

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      ATHLÉTISME
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Les Algériens ŕ Moscou Comme prévu, la sélection nationale dathlétisme participera aux 11e mondiaux dathlétisme en salle qui débuteront samedi matin ŕ Moscou avec deux athl';tes seulement.

Les forfaits survenus au dernier moment de Benida, Zerguelaine, Rahouli, B >>>


      BNP PARIBAS
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Michel Pébereau aujourdhui ŕ Alger Le Centre de développement des compétences de BNP Paribas El Djazaďr sera inauguré aujourdhui ŕ Staouéli (ouest dAlger) par Michel Pébereau, président de BNP Paribas.

Leader européen des services bancaires et financiers, >>>


      BOUTEFLIKA Ŕ PROPOS DE LA PLACE DE LA FEMME DANS LA SOCIÉTÉ
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      " LAlgérie na de leçons ŕ recevoir de personne " Les derni';res révisions du code de la famille et du code de la nationalité placent lAlgérie au rang des nations les plus avancées ", a déclaré, hier, le président Bouteflika ŕ loccasion de la >>>


      BOXE
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Combat de Benguesmia aujourdhui ŕ Béjaďa Le boxeur professionnel algérien, Mohamed Benguesmia, est attendu aujourdhui ŕ Béjaďa oů il affrontera Tonny Florin (Moldavie) dans le cadre du classement International Boxing Fédération (IBF) afin de désigner les dix premie >>>


      CINQ ANS DÉJŔ...
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Il y a cinq ans, mercredi 7 mars 2001, Halim Mokdad rendait son dernier soupir sur son lit dhôpital ŕ Beni Messous, apr';s avoir lutté dignement contre la grave maladie qui le rongeait depuis des mois.

Halim venait davoir 65 ans. Homme affable, dune extręme simplicité, Halim &# >>>


      CINÉMATHČQUE DE BLIDA
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Le cinéma en fęte Lexistence dune salle de cinéma est vitale " dira M. Chouikh, réalisateur de Douar de femmes sorti sur les écrans au début de lannée et projeté ce jeudi ŕ la cinémath';que de Blida qui fętait ses vingt années dexistence.

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      CLÔTURE AUJOURD&#8217;HUI D&#8217;UN SALON Ŕ REVIVRE
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Actualisé le 0' mars 2006 ŕ 20:5' en bref A la Une Actualite Economie Culture Idees–debat Sports Epoque Derni';re Portrait L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Info Kabylie info Setif–info Forums et débats Accessi >>>


      COMMISSION EUROPÉENNE EN ALGÉRIE
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Programme de soutien prolongé La délégation de la Commission européenne en Algérie a décidé de prolonger son projet d" appui aux associations algériennes de développement ".

Ce prolongement, explique–t–on dans un communiqué de la Commissio >>>


      DANS LA LUCARNE
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Le vrai faux voyage de lhomme sur la plan';te rouge En 1'78, le cinéaste américain Peter Hyams prend prétexte de la science–fiction pour réaliser, avec Capricorne One, une parabole éminemment politique.

Ce film –diffusé sur Arte – était venu pr&# >>>


      DES CONTES D&#8217;ANDERSEN POUR LES ENFANTS ALGÉRIENS
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Derni';re LAmbassadeur du Danemark ŕ Alger Des contes dAndersen pour les enfants algériens En effet, dix mille exemplaires dun album illustré regroupant six contes traduits en arabe du cél';bre écrivain danois Hans Christian Andersen seront prochainement distribués, gratui >>>


      DU JOURNALISME
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Cest un immense défi porté par si peu de chose le journalisme : un crayon, une feuille de papier ou une machine. Et une volonté de chercher ŕ savoir, adossée ŕ de solides doutes pour faire passer dans la société ce que lon reçoit de connaissances et pense. Le tout parsem >>>


      IL VEUT REPLACER LA RUSSIE SUR L&#8217;ÉCHIQUIER INTERNATIONAL
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Portrait VLADIMIR POUTINE Il veut replacer la Russie sur léchiquier international Lhonorable correspondant devenu président " La seconde moitié de la vie dun homme se résume aux habitudes quil a acquises durant la premi';re. " Dostoďevski Six ans apr';s son élect >>>


      L&#8217;ORGANISATION CRITIQUÉE
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Economie Lorganisation critiquée Le Salon international de lautomobile a ouvert ses portes hier dans un climat de mécontentement général des exposants. Ces derniers dénoncent les conditions de travail et lorganisation du salon qui laissent, selon eux, ŕ désirer, męme sils reconna >>>


      LA COOPÉRATION MILITAIRE, NOYAU DUR D&#8217;UNE VIEILLE AMITIÉ
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Actualite La coopération militaire, noyau dur dune vieille amitié Au moment oů lintéręt des Etats–Unis ŕ légard du Maghreb ne cesse de saccroître, la Russie marque en męme temps son retour sur la sc';ne internationale avec la nette détermination de reconqu >>>


      LA LADDH INTERPELLE LE PARLEMENT
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      La Ligue algérienne de défense des droits de lhomme (LADDH) a saisi, hier, les présidents des deux Chambres de lAPN au sujet des textes dapplication de la charte.

" La LADDH vous exhorte, au nom de votre responsabilités légale, politique et morale envers la nation, de refuser dado >>>


      LE COA SE DÉFEND
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Cest sous une abondante chute de neige que le Comité olympique algérien sest déplacé ŕ Tikjda oů il a défendu ses positions en exposant ses principes de fonctionnement liés ŕ la Charte olympique et ses convictions en rapport avec ses missions dutilité publique et dint&# >>>


      LE GRAND RETOUR
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Signe des temps, la Russie, longtemps considérée comme un demandeur net dinvestissements directs étrangers (IDE), envisage de les limiter ŕ des secteurs bien précis. Le G7, ce fameux groupe des sept pays les plus industrialisés, ou encore les plus riches, a fini par lui faire une place en >>>


      LE PARADOXE ALGÉRIEN
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Un rapport de luniversité américaine du Maryland vient détablir que lAlgérie figure ŕ la 106e place dans le monde en mati';re de recul des libertés, et tout derni';rement quatre ONG, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, le Centre international pour la justice transnat >>>


      LE PRÉSIDENT VLADIMIR POUTINE DEMAIN EN ALGÉRIE
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Les Russes veulent se placer La période de flottement qui a caractérisé les relations algéro–russes ces dix derni';res années devra certainement laisser place ŕ une nouvelle dynamique de coopération entre les deux pays ŕ la faveur de la visite ŕ Alger queffectu >>>


      LES ALÉAS DU FONCIER
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Les assiettes fonci';res susceptibles daccueillir des projets de développement font largement défaut dans plusieurs communes de la wilaya de Tizi Ouzou.

Lextension de ces communes, particuli';rement celles situées dans les zones montagneuses, est, du coup, quasi impossible et ces >>>


      LOUVOIEMENT ENTRE LA CHARIA ET LES CONVENTIONS INTERNATIONALES (...)
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Un polygame peut–il satisfaire ses femmes, conformément ŕ ce qui a été dit dans le Coran ? Certainement non ! Car, au fil du temps, il arrive quune co–épouse obtienne plus de faveurs quune autre (partage de nuits " qasm ", sorties, argent, affection...). A ces moments&ndas >>>


      MAKOUDA
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Les citoyens ferment lAPC et la daďra Les citoyens de la région de Attouche, dans la daďra de Makouda (20 km au nord–est de Tizi Ouzou), ont bloqué pendant toute la journée dhier la RN72 pour protester contre létat lamentable du réseau routier desservant leurs villages. Parall&# >>>


      NATIONALE DEUX (24E JOURNÉE)
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      LASMO en danger ŕ Béjaďa Apr';s avoir observé une mini–tręve dune quinzaine de jours, les pensionnaires de la superdivision reprendront le chemin des terrains ce week–end ŕ loccasion de la 24e journée avec des rencontres décisives pour la majorité des clu >>>


      ON VOUS LE DIT
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Lhumour du Président Dans son discours ŕ loccasion de la Journée mondiale de la femme, prononcé hier ŕ lhôtel El Aurassi, le président Bouteflika sest montré plein dhumour.

Sortant plusieurs fois de son texte écrit, M. Bouteflika a réussi ŕ faire rire lass >>>


      OPEP
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Maintien des quotas La conférence ordinaire de lOpep a décidé hier ŕ Vienne de maintenir le plafond de production ŕ 28 millions de barils par jour.

Cette décision était attendue apr';s que plusieurs ministres ont annoncé la veille leur volonté de ne pas bous >>>


      PARTI DES TRAVAILLEURS
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Hanoune dénonce " le saccage " des privatisations Le meeting dhier de Louisa Hanoune, animé ŕ loccasion de la Journée mondiale de la femme, au palais des expositions (Pins maritimes), a été un véritable réquisitoire contre les réformes économiques. Engagé >>>


      PHARMACIES
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Services limités des officines Apr';s avoir appelé la semaine derni';re au dialogue avec la CNAS, le Collectif des pharmaciens dofficine conventionnés de la wilaya dAlger a décidé de passer ŕ laction. Les médicaments ne seront plus délivrés aux malades dé >>>


      RAFD HONORE TROIS FEMMES
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Le Rassemblement algérien des femmes démocrates (RAFD) a organisé hier apr';s–midi ŕ la salle du centre dinformation et de documentation de la cathédrale du Sacré–Cśur (centre dAlger) une émouvante cérémonie de remise du prix de la résistance co >>>


      RÉCIPROCITÉ
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Le président de la Fédération de Russie, Vladimir Poutine, est attendu demain en Algérie pour une visite dEtat. Intervenant cinq années apr';s la visite officielle effectuée en avril 2001 par le président Abdelaziz Bouteflika ŕ Moscou, une visite couronnée par la sig >>>


      SCČNES CURIEUSES DEVANT LA PRISON DE SERKADJI
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Des barbus ŕ laccueil des élargis de la charte Ils étaient une cinquantaine, ou peut–ętre plus, ŕ accueillir quotidiennement devant la prison Serkadji, ŕ Alger, les membres du GIA, MIA, GSPC, FIDA et autres ainsi que les membres de leurs réseaux de soutien.

En tenue afg >>>


      VRAIS SOURIRES ET FAUSSES FLEURS DANS LES RUES D&#8217;ALGER
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Actualite Vrais sourires et fausses fleurs dans les rues dAlger Un vent dété a soufflé hier sur les grandes art';res d‘Alger, ŕ loccasion de la Journée de la femme. Bordés de revendeurs de fleurs ŕ chaque coin de rue, les trottoirs sont bondés de femmes souriantes et pomp >>>


      VU Ŕ LA TÉLÉ
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Entre A3, Beur TV et... TPS Du nouveau ŕ Akher Kalima. Son animateur vedette, Nafaâ El Djoundi, a été contre toute attente débarqué par les fr';res Karoui, propriétaires de lémission.

Pour le bimensuel Confidences qui rapporte linformation, Nafaâ aurait  >>>


      '';A VA CHAUFFER AU STADE DU 5 JUILLET !
      El Watan, 10-03-2006
      Apr';s un tour de Dame Coupe, le championnat de Division nationale une reprend ses droits aujourdhui avec ŕ laffiche un gros derby algérois USMA–MCA et une empoignade ŕ Tizi–Ouzou JSK–PAC.

Sous forme de revanche. Le reste des rencontres concernera en majorité la su >>>


      CYPRIOT LEADER PAPADOPOULOS: I TRIED TO SPEAK WITH ERDOGAN 3 TIMES
      10-03-2006
      Greek Cypriot leader Tasos Papadopoulus, on a live television program last night, said that he had attempted to carry out talks with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan three different times, but had been unsuccessful in getting an answer from Ankara. Responding to reporters‘ questions, Papadopoulos said >>>


      END TO PKK UNILATERAL CEASEFIRE
      10-03-2006
      The outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) called an end to the unilateral ceasefire against Turkey on Thursday. The one–month long ceasefire had been extended until October 3, the date Turkey started accession talks into the EU. The rebels said in a statement that the ceasefire had come to an end, demanding that >>>


      ERTUGRUL OZKOK: WHAT LIES BEHIND THOSE HEADLINES
      10-03-2006
      In his column yesterday, Emin Colasan made some interesting categorizations. He wrote about how some newspaper headlines had greeted the start to the talks with the EU as a "victory," and and then went on to criticize them.

He also gave some examples of headlines which treated the event more "re >>>


      EU COMMISSIONER REHN: JOSCHKA FISCHER CALLS ME ‘MUSTAFA‘
      10-03-2006
      EU Commissioner for Expansion, Olli Rehn, has spread good will through Ankara during meetings at the Turkish Parliament this week. Drinking a cup of strong Turkish coffee at the Foreign Affairs commission, Rehn was quoted as saying: "Everyone thinks I am very Turkish. Joschka Fischer (the German Foreign Minister) >>>


      GEORGIA AND TURKEY SIGN MEMORANDUM ON EXPLORATION OF NATURAL GAS
      10-03-2006
      Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Noghaideli, Saknavtobi‘s president Vano Nakaidze and Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Hilmi Guler, TPAO‘s Director General Osman Saim Dinc have signed a memorandum of understanding on bilateral technical assistance and cooperation. Addressing the signing ceremony, >>>


      ORHAN PAMUK: EVEN RADICALS IN TURKEY WILL EMBRACE THE IDEA OF EUROPE
      10-03-2006
      Turkish author and Nobel Literature prize candidate Orhan Pamuk spoke with the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung about the recent start–up of EU accession talks with Turkey in Luxembourg. Analyzing the events of the past year, Pamuk said he thought that Turkey would fully embrace the idea of Europe in order no >>>


      POLICE DETAIN PKK RECRUITER
      10-03-2006
      A suspected recruiter (U.Y) for the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) has been detained by Izmir‘s anti–terrorism police squad. The man arrested is believed to have been recruiting new members for the PKK and sending them to northern Iraq for special training. Police launched an operation after receivi >>>


      SCHROEDER EXPECTED AT THE RAMAZAN IFTAR TABLE NEXT WEDNESDAY IN ISTANBUL
      10-03-2006
      Results from the meeting of civilizations which occured on October 3 in Luxembourg have already started to roll in. German Prime Minister Gerhard Schroeder has announced plans to visit Istanbul for the day on October 12, meeting and sharing an "iftar" meal with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The >>>


      WESTON: GREEK CYPRIOTS MUST CHANGE THEIR POLICY
      10-03-2006
      Former US special coordinator for Cyprus, Tom Weston, said on Thursday that the Greek Cypriot administration should modify its policy in order to make progress on the Cyprus issue. "The Greek Cypriots should understand that they should change their policy, accept the proposal of UN Secretary General, and clearly e >>>


      CALL FOR REFORM DEBATE REBUFFED
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      Greece’s largest umbrella union yesterday rejected the government’s call for a long–term dialogue on social security reform, underscoring the recent worsening of labor relations.

Economy and Finance Minister Giorgos Alogoskoufis and Labor Minister Savvas Tsitouridis yesterday called on other political pa >>>


      DRIVER KILLED IN TRAIN CRASH
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU/EPA Rescue workers at the site of the train crash late Wednesday in Menidi, western Athens. A 46–year–old train driver was killed in the incident, but none of the 138 passengers on board the train traveling from Athens to Thessaloniki was seriously injured. It was Greece’s second fatal tr >>>


      FORMER MP AND ATHENS 2004 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE...
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      Maria Maroyianni/ANA Former MP and Athens 2004 Organizing Committee President Gianna Angelopoulos–Daskalaki (standing) yesterday attended a special parliamentary session, along with several other former women MPs, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary since Greek women voted in national elections. The session >>>


      FRESH DATA ON PHONE TAPPING
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      A day before Vodafone CEO Giorgos Koronias is scheduled to testify to Parliament on the tapping of state mobile phones, the country’s communications privacy watchdog yesterday revealed that different phone numbers in a larger area were also involved in the surveillance.

The Communications Privacy Protection Au >>>


      GREECE’S UNSAFE ROADS
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      National network suffers from shoddy construction, lack of maintenance Road accidents each year claim 1,500 lives, while 4,000 are grievously injured, contributing to Greece‘s status as the fourth least safe country among the 25 European Union member states on matters of road safety, data presented yesterday by t >>>


      GREECE AND CYPRUS ‘ARE IN ACCORD’
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      Athens and Nicosia are in «complete coordination» as regards the best approach for relaunching talks aimed at reunifying Cyprus, Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis said yesterday following talks with visiting Cypriot President Tassos Papadopoulos.

Karamanlis described the meeting as a «positive >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      TRIAL STARTS TV station owner faces charges of fraud and forming a gang The trial of Vassilis Christidis, a TV station owner charged with fraud and forming a gang, started in Thessaloniki yesterday, court sources said.

Christidis is accused of defrauding more than 200,000 viewers of some 10 million euros when >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      PENSIONERS PROTEST Hundreds march in Athens, seeking better benefits, tax breaks Hundreds of pensioners marched from Kotzia Square in central Athens to the Finance Ministry yesterday in an attempt to secure higher state pensions.

The retirees are seeking a rise in the minimum pension, a 500–euro heating >>>


      IRISHMAN GETS 5 YEARS FOR 4 TONS OF DRUGS
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      A Piraeus court sentenced an Irish man to five years’ imprisonment yesterday in connection to the attempted smuggling of 4 tons of cannabis into Greece in 1''7.

The court convicted Tommy Savage, aged 55, on charges of criminal involvement in the attempt to smuggle the cannabis into Greece from the Neth >>>


      ISLANDERS STRIKE OVER REDUCED FERRY LINKS
      Kathimerin, 10-03-2006
      Services on the islands of the western Cyclades ground to a halt yesterday as residents joined in a general strike protesting a reduction in ferry links, which they blame for dwindling tourism and a lack of basic provisions.

All municipal offices and most businesses on Sifnos, Milos, Kimolos, Serifos and Kythn >>>



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