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      ‘MACHO‘ COMMENTS ANGER SPAIN MPS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Danny Wood BBC News, Madrid Mr Zaplana referred to a trip by the Deputy PM (left) to Africa Spanish government and other left–wing MPs have walked out of parliament in protest at comments by an opposition deputy which they saw as sexist.

The protest comes two weeks after Spain passed a gender equality >>>


      ‘NO FANFARE‘ FOR MILOSEVIC RETURN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Nick Thorpe BBC News, Belgrade Socialist Party officials received Mr Milosevic‘s coffin The small cluster of Socialist Party officials, on the tarmac at Belgrade airport to welcome their leader home were close to tears.

"I feel shaken. And quite awful," said Milorad Vucelic, deputy president >>>


      ABBAS DENOUNCES ISRAELI JAIL RAID
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Mahmoud Abbas said Israel‘s raid on the Jericho jail was illegal Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas has angrily denounced Israel‘s seizure of a leading militant from a West Bank jail.

Visiting the jail after cutting short a trip to Europe, Mr Abbas said Tuesday‘s raid was "an unforgivable >>>


      ABU GHRAIB DOG USE ‘LACKED RULES‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Images of Abu Ghraib abuse have shocked the world The use of dogs at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq where detainees were abused by US guards was not properly controlled, a former top commander there has said.

Col Thomas Pappas told a hearing he regretted not setting "appropriate controls" at the jail near >>>


      AFGHANISTAN‘S FEARED WOMAN WARLORD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Tom Coghlan in the Darisujan Valley, Baghlan province Kaftar has fought the Russians, the Taleban and many local rivals (Photos by Ash Sweeting) Amid the brooding mountains on the borders of Baghlan province, Afghanistan‘s only female warlord clings to her remote fiefdom.

But the years are catching up >>>


      BELARUS BLOCKS EU MONITORS‘ ENTRY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Early voting has already started in Belarus A delegation of European Union MPs has abandoned plans to go to Belarus to monitor the presidential election after its members were refused visas.

The head of the European delegation told the BBC he feared the Belarussian government would use force to suppress popula >>>


      BELARUS OPPOSITION ‘PLANS COUP‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Early voting in the presidential poll began this week The head of Belarus‘ security service has repeated accusations that the opposition plans to use Sunday‘s election to seize power by force.

Stepan Sukhorenko said the opposition was preparing violent protests to contest the results, and was smugg >>>


      BESLAN ‘NEGLIGENCE‘ TRIAL BEGINS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Many relatives of the dead say they do not trust the authorities Three Russian police officers accused of negligence in the run–up to the Beslan school siege have gone on trial.

Prosecutors said the officers failed to boost security despite several warnings from top Russian officials about a possibility >>>


      BIRD FLU ‘CAUSES FIRST DOG DEATH‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Bird flu cases have been discovered along the Caspian Sea coast A stray dog has died of bird flu in the Caspian nation of Azerbaijan, health officials have said – thought to be the first time the virus has killed a dog.

Azerbaijan reported its first three human deaths from bird flu on Monday. The World H >>>


      BRAZIL PEASANTS OCCUPY SWISS FARM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Caribbean More Last Updated: Thursday, 16 March 2006, 07:36 GMT Brazil peasants occupy Swiss farm By Tom Gibb BBC correspondent in Sao Paulo Peasants accuse the Swiss firm of sowing GM seeds Several hundred peasant activists have occupied a research farm in southern Brazil owned by a Swiss multinational biotechnology c >>>


      BURMA LIFTS BLACKOUT ON BIRD FLU
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      US says China refuses deportees News Alerts E–mail services Mobiles/PDAs Headlines for your site BBC Copyright Notice Back to top Help Privacy and Cookies Policy News sources About the BBC Contact us
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      CHAOS AND COMEDY AT SADDAM TRIAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Andrew North BBC News, Baghdad Saddam used his appearance to condemn the invasion of Iraq Saddam Hussein set the tone for his latest chaotic court appearance from the start – a day that led to the media being barred from much of the proceedings.

Invited by the judge to start his defence, he condemned >>>


      CHINA LEADER TO HOLD NEPAL TALKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
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      DEADLY BIRD FLU FOUND IN DENMARK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Two wild ducks have tested positive in neighbouring Sweden The first case of the deadly bird flu strain H5N1 has been confirmed in a wild buzzard in Denmark.

The Ministry for Consumer and Family Affairs said the dead bird had tested positive after being found near Naestved, south of Copenhagen.

It com >>>


      ECUADOR DEMOS PROMPT RESIGNATION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Indigenous communities say they will continue their protests Ecuador‘s interior minister has resigned after continued nationwide protests over a possible free trade agreement with the US.

Alfredo Castillo cited personal reasons for his move, but also blamed the government‘s handling of the crisis.< >>>


      FILM TO CELEBRATE MATHS GENIUS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Soutik Biswas BBC News, Delhi Ramanujan was a mathematical genius British director Stephen Fry and India‘s Dev Benegal are to make a film about an Indian mathematician whose ideas underpin the digital revolution.

Srinavasa Ramanujan, a poor college dropout who died aged 33, ended up at Cambridge in th >>>


      FIRST MEETING FOR IRAQ PARLIAMENT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Jim Muir BBC News, Baghdad The new parliament still has many problems to overcome The new Iraqi parliament holds its inaugural session on Thursday, three months after the country‘s first general elections for a new assembly.

The opening had been postponed after disagreements over who should fill the t >>>


      FRANCE BRACED FOR STUDENT PROTEST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Classes at universities have been disrupted for weeks Tens of thousands of French students are expected to take to the streets across France to protest against a controversial new labour law.

Protesters object to new two–year job contracts for under–26s which employers can break off without explana >>>


      GROUND ZERO REBUILDING TALKS FAIL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
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      HARIRI SUSPECT ‘SLASHES WRISTS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Koleilat is wanted in connection with the collapse of a Lebanese Bank A Lebanese banker being held in Brazil in connection with the murder of ex–Lebanese PM Rafik Hariri has tried to slash her wrists, police say.

Rana Koleilat was found bleeding in her cell, but Brazilian police said she was not seriousl >>>


      INDIA BEGINS MASS POULTRY KILLING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Authorities in the western Indian state of Maharashtra have begun slaughtering chickens after four cases of the deadly H5N1 bird flu strain were identified.

Tests on poultry from the state‘s Jalgaon district have returned positive results, officials said.

Over 3,000 birds have been slaughtered s >>>


      INDIA SPEAKER REBUKED ON SPENDING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
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Have Your Say Magazine In Pictures Week at a Glance Country Profiles In Dept >>>


      IRAN ‘WILL TALK TO US‘ ABOUT IRAQ
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
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      IRAQ‘S TORTUOUS SEARCH FOR UNITY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By David Gritten BBC News website Nearly three months after the elections, Iraq‘s political parties are repeating the tortuous wrangling that epitomised negotiations over the transitional government and the draft constitution.

Despite considerable international pressure, the talks have been stalled by ea >>>


      ISRAELI SOLDIER KILLED IN JENIN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      An Israeli soldier has been killed in a fierce gun battle in Jenin, in the West Bank, the Israeli army has said.

The army was conducting a raid in search of militants, surrounding houses containing members of Islamic Jihad and the al–Aqsa Martyr‘s Brigades.

The raid is thought to have been >>>


      IVORIAN REBEL TAKES CABINET SEAT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Soro (l) met key political leaders last month Ivory Coast‘s rebel leader Guillaume Soro has taken up his seat in the government of national unity, which has held its first full meeting since 2004.

Mr Soro had stayed away from the economic capital Abidjan for more than a year, citing security fears, befor >>>


      KURDISH CLASH AT HALABJA MEMORIAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Protesters burned down the monument to the 1'88 victims Reports from Iraq say at least one person has been killed during unrest in the Kurdish town of Halabja.

Witnesses say shooting broke out after officials were heckled during speeches to mark the 18th anniversary of the gas attack by Saddam Hussein&lsqu >>>


      LA SUBURB SEES MURDER RATES SOAR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Matthew Wells In Compton, Los Angeles Most small cities in the United States are desperate to put themselves on the map, but after decades of rap tributes and breathless news headlines, Compton is praying for a quiet life.

Compton: Hoping for a quiet life Last year was a deadly one for the South Los Angeles >>>


      LIBERIAN LEADER WOWS US CONGRESS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      in ‘milestone‘ nuclear dealChad‘s troops ‘foil coup attempt‘Opposition wins Cape Town contestKenyans facing Goldenberg chargesZimbabwe MDC ‘plotters‘ releasedSpain offers boats to MauritaniaPolice boss suspended in LiberiaNiger march for education moneyUN creates new human righ >>>


      NAME MIX–UP DELAYS INSURANCE CASH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      The elder Mr Rojas had waited months for his insurance money A US father whose son died in Iraq has finally received his life insurance cheques after they were returned by a man who received them accidentally.

Carlos M Rojas, 62, had been told the money was on its way, but it had been wrongly posted to Carlos >>>


      ONLINE CHILD PORN RING ‘SMASHED‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Agents went undercover to gain access to the chat room An international online child porn ring that used a chat room to transmit live shots of molestation has been cracked, the US federal authorities say.

Twenty–seven people – from Australia, Britain, Canada and the US – have been charged wit >>>


      PENTAGON PLANS CYBER–INSECT ARMY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Gary Kitchener BBC News The Pentagon‘s defence scientists want to create an army of cyber–insects that can be remotely controlled to check out explosives and send transmissions.

The idea is to insert micro–systems at the pupa stage, when the insects can integrate them into their body, so t >>>


      POLICE KILLED IN PAPUA PROTEST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      The incident will stoke tensions in the province Protesters demanding the closure of a huge gold mine in Indonesia‘s Papua province have beaten to death three policemen, a police spokesman said.

The incident happened on Thursday outside the university in the provincial capital, Jayapura.

There h >>>


      PUBLIC TO VIEW MILOSEVIC COFFIN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Mr Milosevic‘s supporters will have a chance to pay their last respects The coffin of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic will go on display in Belgrade on Thursday to allow his supporters to pay their last respects.

Belgrade authorities rejected requests that the body lie in the federal parliam >>>


      ROBBED AT GUNPOINT IN KARACHI
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Wusatullah Khan of the BBC Urdu Service was travelling on a bus in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi when it was hijacked by armed robbers.

Here he recounts the passengers‘ ordeal. A man in black clothes pushed the bus driver off his seat and took the steering wheel.

Armed robbers often tar >>>


      SOLHEIM TO GIVE UP SRI LANKA JOB
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Mr Solheim at last month‘s Geneva talks Norway‘s peace envoy to Sri Lanka, Erik Solheim, has announced that he will soon give up the job.

However, Mr Solheim told journalists in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, that he would still lead efforts to resolve Sri Lanka‘s civil war.

Mr Solheim >>>


      SOUTH AFRICA HIV ‘JOKE‘ BACKFIRES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      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 >>>


      SPANISH BOOM BRINGS SAFETY WOES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Paul Henley BBC News, Costa del Sol Not all workers take safety precautions seriously Shocking new figures for deaths and injuries on construction sites in Spain reveal the human cost of the building boom on the Mediterranean coast.

More than 300 workers a year pay with their lives to satisfy demand for hom >>>


      THAI PM DODGES BANGKOK PROTEST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Protesters are camping outside Mr Thaksin‘s office Embattled Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has returned to Bangkok after several days‘ election campaigning in the country‘s north.

But he avoided going to Government House, where thousands of protesters are camped on the streets demand >>>


      THAI POLITICS IN UNCHARTED WATERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
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Have Your Say Magazine In Pictures Week at a Glance Country Profiles In Depth Programmes BBC Sport BBC Weather CBBC News On This Day N >>>


      UN REFUGEE WORKER KILLED IN SUDAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Two gunmen have attacked an office of the UN refugee agency in southern Sudan, killing a local guard and wounding two workers, the agency says.

The UNHCR said it was still seeking more details about the attack in the southern town of Yei.

Following the attack, the planned return of refugees in Democra >>>


      US BACKS FIRST–STRIKE ATTACK PLAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Ghraib dog use ‘lacked rules‘Brazil peasants occupy Swiss farmGround Zero rebuilding talks failIran ‘will talk to US‘ about IraqEnron whistleblower condemns LayHariri suspect ‘slashes wrists‘Yard denies Menezes death claimMiller wins super–G, loses titleWoods scoops world ranki >>>


      US PANEL TO STUDY POLICY IN IRAQ
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      By Jonathan Beale BBC State Department correspondent The panel‘s findings have potential to embarrass the White House Former US Secretary of State James Baker is to lead a bipartisan task force to examine the effectiveness of American policies in Iraq.

Mr Baker, a Republican who served under President Ge >>>


      US PEACE CORPS LEAVES BANGLADESH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Bangladesh recently arrested several top leaders of the JMB The US Peace Corps has suspended its activities in Bangladesh indefinitely for fear that Americans may become the targets of Islamic militants.

A spokeswoman said all 70 volunteers had now left the country. Bangladesh said the move was "ill&ndash >>>


      US SAYS CHINA REFUSES DEPORTEES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      Mr Chertoff said new detention centres would be opened The US has accused China of refusing to take back almost 40,000 Chinese immigrants who have been denied permission to stay in the country.

The United States Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff described the situation as "intolerable".
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      VIOLENCE HITS SOUTHERN THAILAND
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 16-03-2006
      VIOLENCE–HIT SOUTH Home to most of Thailand‘s 4% Muslim minority Muslim rebels fought the government up to the mid–1'80s Suspected militants have upped attacks since 2004, targeting Buddhists Security forces‘ response criticised by rights groups Thailand‘s restive south At least five p >>>


      " NOUS ALLONS FAIRE DES FEUILLETONS ET LES EXPORTER "
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Le réalisateur Belkacem Hadjadj, avec une carri';re cinématographique bien pleine, a encore plein de projets. La série Taxi El Majnoun, cest lui, le film Machahou en tamazight, cest encore lui. Récemment, il a rencontré son public de Tizi Ouzou lors dun talk– show quorganise mensu >>>


      ABANE ET KRIM BELKACEM
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Le grand pardon Les familles de Abane Ramdane et Krim Belkacem, deux figures emblématiques de la révolution, ont décidé de sunir dans la douleur pour permettre ŕ leurs deux chahids de reposer définitivement en paix. Cétait hier soir, autour dun dîner sympathique offert par Mohame >>>


      AIR FRANCE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      La ligne Alger–Paris se renforce La compagnie Air France lance, ŕ compter du 26 mars, sa troisi';me fréquence quotidienne dAlger vers Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG), a annoncé, hier, le directeur dAir France pour lAlgérie, Bruno Grégoire.

Programmé ŕ 14h10, ce vo >>>


      APRČS LA PUBLICATION D&#8217;UN COMMENTAIRE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Actualite Apr';s la publication dun commentaire Benhadj veut ester le directeur dEl Watan en justice Le numéro 2 de lex–FIS, Ali Benhadj, sest déplacé hier ŕ la maison de la presse Tahar Djaout ŕ Alger afin de faire une mise au point ŕ El Watan pour un commentaire du journal, >>>


      CHARTE POUR LA PAIX ET LA RECONCILIATION
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Les députés adoptent les textes dapplication Les travaux de lAPN ont repris hier en séance pléni';re consacrée au vote de trois projets de lois. Il sagit du projet de loi portant approbation de lordonnance relative ŕ lapplication de la charte pour la paix et la réconciliation >>>


      CHIC MAIS PAS VIEILLOT !
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Le coordonné veste, gilet et pantalon, réinterprété par les designers les plus avant–gardistes, est particuli';rement tendance en cette fin dhiver, bien quil ait été absent dans les collections classiques de certains grands noms des défilés ŕ Paris.

Ai >>>


      CHRONIQUE TV : L&#8217;ÉLITE EN QUESTION
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Culture Chronique TV : Lélite en question A défaut de pouvoir instituer le débat politique qui devient de plus en plus nécessaire dans une société compl';tement verrouillée par un pouvoir ultraconservateur et monopolisateur de la pensée, la télévision nationale >>>


      CINÉ–CLASSIQUE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Orson Welles ŕ Monaco Totalement ŕ limproviste, un film dOrson Welles est passé ŕ la télévision lautre jour : Histoire immortelle, tiré dune nouvelle de Karen Blixen (Anecdote du destin).

Cest une grande surprise de voir cette śuvre, qui nest que rarement citée dans >>>


      COGRAL (FILIALE ENCG ALGER)
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Les travailleurs dénoncent " le bradage " de leur entreprise Louverture du capital de lEntreprise des corps gras dAlger (Cogral), filiale du groupe ENCG, suscite les craintes de ses travailleurs.

Ces derniers nappréciant pas " le revirement " de leur syndicat, qui se contente " >>>


      COLČRE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Le sionisme a montré, mardi, son côté hideux avec laffaire de la prison de Jéricho. Il a donné un aperçu du peu de respect quil accorde au genre humain en humiliant gratuitement les prisonniers palestiniens et leur gardien.

Les téléspectateurs ne sont pas pr';s d >>>


      COLČRE DES PALESTINIENS
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Dans les territoires occupés palestiniens, la col';re gronde, ou plutôt saccentue, faisant craindre le désespoir au sein de la population palestinienne qui a assisté – et le monde avec elle – ŕ lenl';vement par larmée israélienne dans la prison de Ariha en >>>


      COMBAT D&#8217;HIER, COMBAT D&#8217;AUJOURD&#8217;HUI
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Derni';re La pi';ce Fadhma Nsoumer au Palais de la culture Combat dhier, combat daujourdhui Nous avons apprécié la pi';ce, męme si nous ne comprenons par le kabyle. " Telle est en résumé limpression dune partie du public venu, mardi, suivre la pi';ce de th& >>>


      CONFÉRENCE INTERNATIONALE SUR LA MIGRATION
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Objectif du millénaire : mythes et faits Le gouvernement belge et lOrganisation internationale pour les migrations (OIM) ont, avec la collaboration de la Commission européenne et de la Banque mondiale, ouvert, hier ŕ Bruxelles, une conférence internationale sur " la migration et le dévelop >>>


      COOPÉRATION ENTRE LES VILLES DE SÉTIF ET LYON
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Priorité au transport public Le sénateur–maire de Lyon, Gérard Colomb, se déplacera, du 18 au 21 mars 2006, en Algérie. Le maire de la région Rhône–Alpes conduira une délégation composée délus, duniversitaires, de représentants du milieu associatif >>>


      COUPE DE LA CAF, DEMAIN Ŕ CHLEF
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Une premi';re pour lASO Pour la premi';re fois de son histoire, lASO Chlef disputera ce vendredi, ŕ 15 h, au stade Mohamed Boumezrag (Chlef), une compétition africaine dans le cadre de la Coupe de la CAF (1/16 de finale). Elle rencontrera ainsi léquipe de lAS Douanes du Sénégal >>>


      DANS LA LUCARNE : A BODEGA BAY, LES OISEAUX NE SE CACHENT (...)
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      En 1'63, le grand cinéaste Alfred Hitchcock (18''–1'80) réalisait Les Oiseaux, un film qui peut paraître aujourdhui prémonitoire avec la peur universelle que suscite le risque de pandémie aviaire.

Maître incontesté du cinéma fantastique, Alfred Hitc >>>


      DES FOOTBALLEURS AU CENTRE DE DOUÉRA
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Le centre des handicapés de Douéra a vibré, mardi, ŕ loccasion de la célébration de la journée des handicapés. Les enfants du centre ont reçu la visite de nombreux footballeurs, issus des rangs du NA Hussein Dey, de lOM Ruisseau, du RC Kouba, des parents, proches et amis des >>>


      DES ÉCHOPPES INCENDIÉES AU MARCHÉ COUVERT
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Un incendie sest déclaré tôt dans la matinée dhier aux alentours immédiats du marché couvert situé au centre–ville de la commune de Réghaďa. Le feu a compl';tement ravagé plusieurs dizaines de baraques implantées ŕ lentrée principale du marc >>>


      DICTÉE DES AMÉRIQUES 2006 AU QUÉBEC
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      La finale samedi La grande finale de la Dictée des Amériques sera tenue samedi prochain dans la salle du conseil législatif de lAssemblé nationale du Québec.

Lambassade du Canada a le plaisir dannoncer que deux Algériennes venues dAlger participeront ŕ cette finale 2006. Il s >>>


      DJAMEL AIDOUNI, PRÉSIDENT DU SYNDICAT DES MAGISTRATS
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      " Une justice sans presse forte nest pas une justice " Le président du Syndicat national des magistrats (SNM), Djamel Aďdouni, a déclaré hier, lors de son passage au forum dEl Moudjahid, que les plus grandes contraintes auxquelles font face les magistrats restent le volume important des do >>>


      DRAME AU CHANTIER DE LA TRÉMIE DE CHLEF
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Trois travailleurs de lentreprise Cosider ont été ensevelis sous terre, hier vers 7h30, lors dun affaissement de terrain au chantier de la nouvelle trémie de Chlef–ville, avons–nous appris de sources dignes de foi.

La victime, Nechem Mohamed (54 ans), a succombé ŕ ses bless >>>


      GRČVE DES EMPLOYÉS DE LA COMMUNE DE TIZI OUZOU
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Les travailleurs de la commune de Tizi Ouzou ont observé, hier, une journée de gr';ve pour protester contre la non–satisfaction des revendications par ladministration.

Enclenché par la coordination des sections syndicales UGTA de la commune, ce mouvement de gr';ve, auquel o >>>


      GÉRARD COLOMB. SÉNATEUR–MAIRE DE LYON
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      " La France se doit aujourdhui de prendre des initiatives fortes... " Gérard Colomb, le sénateur–maire de Lyon, livre en exclusivité ŕ El Watan ses impressions et ambitions ŕ loccasion de son déplacement ŕ Sétif, oů il paraphera le protocole de coopérati >>>


      INSTALLATION DU NOUVEAU WALI Ŕ OUM EL BOUAGHI
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Hier, Yazid Zerhouni, ministre de lIntérieur et des Collectivités locales, a installé Zal';ne Abdelghani dans ses fonctions de wali de Oum El Bouaghi, en remplacement de Mohamed Bouderbali, qui a été désigné ŕ Aďn Témouchent.

Dans son allocution, M. Zer >>>


      INTERVENIR PARTOUT EN ALGÉRIE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Destruction des objectifs ennemis blindés, débarquement dans les zones de combat, spécialement les zones dacc';s difficiles, appui tactique ŕ la manśuvre des forces terrestres. Ce sont lŕ quelques missions assumées par le 6e Régiment dhélicopt';res de man" >>>


      KARČCHE AUX CAUSERIES
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Comment faire pour ramener le public au cinéma ? " Question lancinante du public habitué des causeries de la librairie Mauguin ŕ Blida jeudi ŕ 15H00.

Boudjemâa Kar';che se sentait ŕ laise pour la présentation du livre " Un jour, un film " paru aux é >>>


      L&#8217;ARME FATALE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Derni';re Larme fatale Non, bien s$';r, larme fatale nest pas ce colossal armement que le redoutable président Poutine russe aux yeux bleus dacier nous fourguera, un jour, en échange du juteux contrat de 7,5 milliards de dollars remporté dans sa récente visite dEtat en Algérie du >>>


      L&#8217;ENQUĘTE SUR L&#8217;ASSASSINAT DE RAFIC HARIRI
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Internationale Lenquęte sur lassassinat de Rafic Hariri Nouvelle réunion du Conseil de sécurité On avait tendance ŕ loublier, mais lenquęte de lONU sur lassassinat de lancien Premier ministre libanais Rafic Hariri se poursuit. Ce que lon sait cest que la mission est désormais dirig >>>


      LA PRUDENCE USMISTE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Quinze jours apr';s sa difficile qualification en Ligue des champions africaine face au RC Kadiogo, le représentant algérien, lUSM Alger, poursuivra son aventure en rencontrant demain son homologue du Sénégal, lUSCT PAD ŕ partir de 17h. Léquipe sest envolée hier ŕ destina >>>


      LE CONGRČS DE L&#8217;UGTA SE TIENDRA APRČS LA TRIPARTITE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Actualite Le congr';s de lUGTA se tiendra apr';s la tripartite Le président de lAPN, Amar Saâdani, a reçu, hier, la médaille dhonneur de lUGTA " en reconnaissance de ses efforts au service de la nation ".

La médaille lui a été remise par le secré >>>


      LE NAHD Ŕ ABIDJAN
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Le NA Hussein Dey a finalement réglé le probl';me de la billetterie davion hier. Le NAHD senvolera donc aujourdhui, ŕ 12h30, ŕ destination dAbidjan, via Casablanca.

Le trajet durera huit heures, selon le secrétaire général du club. La délégation du Nasria es >>>


      MALAISE DANS LES CAMPUS
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Luniversité Mouloud Mammeri de Tizi Ouzou (UMMTO) traverse une zone de turbulence depuis deux années. Le climat régnant au niveau des campus aussi bien quŕ lintérieur des résidences universitaires est devenu " psychologiquement intenable ", affirment les étudiants. Le cadre >>>


      MOSQUÉES, SALLES DE PRIČRE, BIENS WAKFS...
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Les dinars de la foi Cest comme si lon avait construit une mosquée par jour depuis 1'62. Un record mondial. " Cest ainsi que Abdellah Tamine, chargé de la communication au minist';re des Affaires religieuses, commente le chiffre de 15 000 mosquées existant en Algérie. On compte 138 >>>


      NATIONALE UNE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Une étape sans les " Africains " Lintéręt et les regards de la journée seront portés sur les confrontations et prestations des équipes en mauvaise posture et celles qui luttent pour leur maintien.

Le Mouloudia dOran, qui sest refait une santé depuis le début de >>>


      ON VOUS LE DIT
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Agitation marocaine devant lambassade dAlgérie ŕ La Haye Mardi, a eu lieu une manifestation de Marocains devant lambassade dAlgérie ŕ La Haye. Le ministre marocain des Affaires étrang';res, Mohamed Banaďssa, na pas hésité ŕ faire le déplacement, la semaine derni >>>


      OUYAHIA EN MAURITANIE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      LAlgérie soigne sa politique régionale Le chef du gouvernement, Ahmed Ouyahia, sest rendu hier ŕ Nouakchott pour coprésider avec son homologue mauritanien, Sidi Mohamed Ould Boubakeur, la 15e session de la grande commission mixte de coopération algéro–mauritanienne.

Ce voyag >>>


      PORT DE BÉJAĎA
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Nouvelle convention avec la SNCM Tenue avec une journée davance sur la date annoncée, la réunion de travail entre les responsables de lEntreprise portuaire de Béjaďa (EPB) et la Société française de transport maritime Corse Méditerranée (SNCM) a réussi ŕ effac >>>


      PRESSE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Les directeurs dErissala et dEssafir libérés Les directeurs des deux hebdomadaires arabophones Erissala et Essafir ont été libérés, hier, apr';s plus dun mois de détention ŕ la prison de Serkadji.

Kamel Bousaâd et Berkane Bouderbala, en loccurrence, ont  >>>


      SAHARA–OCCIDENTAL
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Zapatero soutient le droit ŕ lautodétermination Le président du gouvernement espagnol, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, a réitéré son " engagement actif " ŕ contribuer ŕ la recherche dune solution au conflit du Sahara–Occidental dans le cadre des Nations unies et &qu >>>


      SIX MOIS DE PRISON FERME POUR BERRIAH
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Le plaignant, un sénateur du tiers présidentiel, sétait senti lésé dans un article de notre coll';gue, intitulé " Un sénateur qui veut sortir de lanonymat ".

Le proc';s sétait déroulé le 30 novembre 2002 au tribunal de Tlemcen et ce ne >>>


      SONORITÉS RUSSES AU MERCURE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Le grand hôtel Mercure a inauguré, mardi soir, une semaine dédiée ŕ la Russie. Cet événement comportera un programme varié et de qualité. Tous les soirs (sauf le vendredi) et jusquau 20 mars, ballets folkloriques, chants et musiques traditionnelles seront ŕ lhonneur. Pe >>>


      SUPERDIVISION
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Béjaďa retient son souffle Le stade de lUnité maghrébine de Béjaďa sera le théâtre dune chaude explication entre les deux clubs phares de la Soummam.

En effet, ayant enregistré des contre–performances lors de la précédente journée, les deux  >>>


      UN FILS PRODIGE Ŕ L&#8217;IMAGE DE SON GÉNIAL PČRE
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Actualisé le 15 mars 2006 ŕ 21:57 en bref A la Une Actualite Economie Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat Sports Epoque Derni';re Dossier L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Info Kabylie info Setif–info Forums et >>>


      UN PRÉDICATEUR PAS COMME LES AUTRES
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      " Entre le fort et le faible Entre le riche et le pauvre Entre le maître et le serviteur Cest la liberté qui opprime et la loi qui affranchit " Henri Lacordaire Avec ses yeux malicieux et sa barbe bien taillée, il na gu';re lair dun subversif, męme si parfois il se révolte pou >>>


      UN ÉTUDIANT AGRESSÉ Ŕ L&#8217; UNIVERSITÉ DU CAROUBIER
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      Derni';re Un étudiant agressé ŕ l université du Caroubier Mohamed Rida, étudiant en 2e année commerce international, aura du mal ŕ oublier la sinistre journée dhier lorsquil a été agressé ŕ lintérieur męme de luniversité du Caroubier.
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      ZERHOUNI Ŕ AIN TÉMOUCHENT
      El Watan, 16-03-2006
      " Pourquoi une charte de réconciliation bis ? " A lissue de linstallation du nouveau wali de Aďn Temouchent, le ministre de lIntérieur sest pręté ŕ un bref point de presse ŕ propos du mouvement partiel des walis, comme pour ce qui concerne la mise en śuvre de la charte >>>


      CONSTRUCTION SCAM COLLAPSES
      Kathimerin, 16-03-2006
      A civil engineer from Athens was swindled out of 500,000 euros after falling victim to an elaborate Spanish–based scam which promised him riches, Attica police said yesterday after arresting two suspects.

On a trip to Madrid two months ago, the unnamed man befriended a 44–year–old American wo >>>


      FORMER PRIME MINISTER GEORGIOS RALLIS DIES
      Kathimerin, 16-03-2006
      P. Saitas/ANA Georgios Rallis, pictured addressing New Democracy MPs in Parliament in February 2003, served at the head of several ministries — including Foreign Affairs, Education, Interior, Public Order and Transport — during a political career spanning more than half a century.

Georgios Rallis, who was prim >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 16-03-2006
      ELDERLY KILLER Athens pensioner, 78, strangles her husband, '6, to death with cord A 78–year–old woman has been detained after admitting to strangling her '6–year–old husband to death in their Kypseli home, police in Athens said yesterday. The unnamed woman allegedly killed her husband, >>>


      PARLIAMENT SHUNS TALK OF CHURCH SEPARATION
      Kathimerin, 16-03-2006
      The majority of MPs in Parliament yesterday avoided adopting a proposal which would effectively begin the separation of the Church from the state.

The idea has the support of the Communist party, Synaspismos Left Coalition and two independent deputies, but Education and Religion Minister Marietta Giannakou sai >>>


      PLAN FOR EXTRA F–16S GROUNDED
      Kathimerin, 16-03-2006
      The government turned down yesterday an option to buy 10 more F–16 fighter jets from American defense giant Lockheed Martin and hinted that it might order its planes from a European manufacturer in the future.

Defense Minister Evangelos Meimarakis said that a Government Council on Foreign Policy and Defe >>>


      SOFIA HELP FOR EVROS DEMANDED
      Kathimerin, 16-03-2006
      As floodwaters submerged more than 25,000 hectares in Greece‘s northeast, the government told Bulgarian authorities yesterday that they must limit the amount of water rushing into Greece from Bulgaria‘s dams to stop the rising of the Evros River.

Acting under the instructions of Interior Minister P >>>


      WIRES BECOMING CROSSED IN PROBE INTO PHONE–TAPPING
      Kathimerin, 16-03-2006
      Parliament hears Ericsson chief place blame for breach back onto Vodafone MPs tried again yesterday to get to the bottom of how some 100 mobile phones, including the prime minister’s, were tapped, but they appeared to be further perplexed by claims from the head of Ericsson Hellas that Vodafone, and not his company, wa >>>


      "EL JUICIO A MILOSEVIC NO ES TIEMPO PERDIDO Y LA LABOR DEL TPIY ES NECESARIA Y ESENCIAL"
      La Vanguardia, 16-03-2006
      UN CASO ENTRE MUCHOS "El caso Milosevic suponía entre un 7% y un 8% de los recursos de la fiscalía"

UN GOLPE SOPORTABLE "En lo político, esta muerte es grave; en lo jurídico, es un golpe, pero no mortal"

CASO SREBRENICA "El juicio más importa >>>



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