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      ‘ALL SAVED‘ AS CANADA FERRY SINKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      All 100 passengers and crew have been rescued from a sinking ferry off Canada‘s Pacific coast, reports say.

The British Columbia ferry is thought to have struck a rock near Gil Island,
80 miles (12' km) south of Prince Rupert, early on Wednesday morning.

Officials said all the passengers >>>


      ‘CLIVE OF INDIA‘S‘ TORTOISE DIES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Adwaita‘s shell will be carbon–dated to prove his age A tortoise that once belonged to British colonial general Clive of India in the 18th Century has died in a zoo in Calcutta.

Adwaita, "the only one" in Bengali, was found dead by keepers in Alipore Zoo on Wednesday. His shell cracked so >>>


      ‘MY BROTHER WAS KILLED BY ETA‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Ana Aizpiri Leyaristi‘s brother Sebastian was shot dead by the Basque separatist group Eta in 1'88.

She gave the BBC News website her reaction to the ceasefire announced by the group on Wednesday.

But he was nothing of the kind, he was a successful businessman in the town of Aibar, who belon >>>


      ABDUCTION: SCOURGE OF IRAQI UNREST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      at home and stopped going out at night for fear of abduction. Doctors and other professionals were particularly targeted.

More than 5,000 Iraqis are estimated to have been kidnapped since then. Hostages Simona Pari and Simona Torretta were released in 2004 The era of foreigner kidnappings began in April 2004 & >>>


      ARGENTINA TO OPEN SECRET ARCHIVES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Some 30,000 people may have been killed during the "dirty war" Argentina has decided to make public all secret archives of the armed forces to help uncover human rights violations committed under military rule.

The decision was announced by Defence Minister Nilda Garre. It comes on the eve of the 30t >>>


      ATHLETES ‘GO MISSING FROM GAMES‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By Phil Mercer BBC News, Melbourne Visiting athletes are issued sporting visas for the Games Australian police say nine athletes have gone missing from the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.

They include seven competitors from Sierra Leone, along with others from Tanzania and Bangladesh.

Team officials >>>


      BAGHDAD SUICIDE CAR BOMB KILLS 15
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Iraqi security forces are often the target of insurgent attacks At least 15 Iraqis, 10 of them policemen, have been killed in a suicide car bombing in Baghdad – one of a number of attacks in the capital.

In the deadliest incident, a bomber blew his car up at the entrance to the headquarters of an anti&nd >>>


      BENIN‘S NEW PRESIDENT ANNOUNCED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Yayi Boni won about 75% of the votes on Sunday Officials in Benin have announced that Yayi Boni is the country‘s new leader.

Mr Boni won almost 75% of the vote in Sunday‘s run–off presidential election with Adrien Houngbedji, the country‘s election commission said.

He will be s >>>


      BIRD FLU CONFIRMED IN WEST BANK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Bird flu has also been found in Egypt and the Gaza Strip The deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu virus has been found in poultry in a Jewish settlement the West Bank, the Israeli agriculture ministry has said.

Initial tests found dozens of birds had died of the virus on Wednesday in the Bekaot settlement in the Jor >>>


      BOAT CAPSIZES OFF CAMEROON COAST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      More than 125 people are feared drowned after a boat capsized off Cameroon‘s Atlantic coast near the port of Kribi.

Local fisherman discovered the shipwreck, raised the alarm and rescued 23 people found clinging to flotsam.

The BBC‘s Randy Joe Sa‘ah says survivors taken to Kribi hosp >>>


      BOLIVIA FINDS HOPE IN JESUIT TREASURES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By David Atkinson In Bolivia They are hanging the bunting out in Conception, the hub of Bolivia‘s new Missions Trail.

The Jesuit mission at Conception As dusk settles across the main square, a virtuoso performance of traditional Baroque scores by local violin–toting teenagers accompanies the nightl >>>


      BOSNIAN SERB‘S LIFE TERM QUASHED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Stakic had a key role in setting up the camps The only person jailed for life by the international war crimes tribunal in The Hague has had his sentence cut on appeal to 40 years.

Milomir Stakic, the 44–year–old former mayor of Prijedor in northern Bosnia, was held responsible for the notorious det >>>


      BRITISH IRAQ HOSTAGE KEMBER FREED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Several videotapes have been released showing the hostages One British and two Canadian peace activists held hostage in Iraq for almost four months have been freed in an operation by multinational forces.

Norman Kember, 74, of north–west London, James Loney, 41, and Harmeet Singh Sooden, 32, were three o >>>


      CAN ETA TRUCE SIGNAL LASTING PEACE?
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By Danny Wood BBC News, Madrid Many leaders are cautiously optimistic the violence could end The Basque separatist group Eta has announced numerous ceasefires before but the difference this time is that its statement explicitly mentions a "permanent ceasefire". That is a first.

During the 1'80s a >>>


      CANADA HUNTERS HEAD FOR SEAL CULL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Up to 325,000 harp seals can be hunted this year Seal hunters and protesters are making their way to the Gulf of St Lawrence in eastern Canada for the start of the annual harp seal hunt.

During the controversial cull, hundreds of thousands of young seal pups are expected to be shot or beaten to death.

>>>


      CHILE BUS CRASH KILLS US TOURISTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      The bus was carrying passengers to their cruise ship when it crashed Twelve US cruise ship passengers have died in Chile after a bus carrying them from a visit to a national park plunged into a ravine, officials have said.

Two more Americans are said to be in a serious condition. The Chilean bus driver and a t >>>


      DEAD PAKISTANIS ‘WERE INNOCENT‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Pakistan says a group of its nationals on a religious journey in Afghanistan were arrested and then killed by Afghan security forces.

A Pakistani embassy spokesman in Kabul told the BBC that the men "were innocent Pakistani civilians".

The Afghan foreign ministry says the dead, of whom repor >>>


      DOG HANDLER JAILED FOR IRAQ ABUSE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Images of abuses at Abu Ghraib prison shocked the world US army dog handler Sgt Michael Smith has been jailed for six months for abusing detainees in Iraq‘s Abu Ghraib prison from 2003 to 2004.

Smith, 24, was convicted of using his black Belgian shepherd to menace prisoners for his own amusement.

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      DOPING SHADOW OVER INDIAN LIFTERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Indian weightlifters have tested positive in previous games Two members of India‘s weightlifting team have left the athletes‘ village at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne amid allegations of doping.

Official results of the weightlifters‘ tests have not yet been released. Under international >>>


      DOUBT OVER DR CONGO POLL DEADLINE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      DR Congo‘s infrastructure has been wrecked by war and misrule Democratic Republic of Congo election officials are meeting later to discuss extending the deadline for candidates to register for June‘s polls.

By Wednesday morning, only 100 people had paid the required $250 to run for the 500–se >>>


      DROUGHT–HIT ERITREA EXPELS NGOS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Eritrea is seeking to reduce its reliance on food aid The Eritrean government has expelled a number of international aid agencies.

Letters have been sent to at least three agencies, including US charity Mercy Corps, the Irish agency Concern, and a British NGO, Acord.

No reason was given for the move, >>>


      ETA CALLS FOR FRESH PEACE MOVES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Reaction has been optimistic but cautious The Basque separatist group Eta has urged the governments of Spain and France to respond positively to its declaration of a permanent ceasefire.

In its second statement in two days, the armed group called for a peaceful solution to the Basque conflict.

Spain&l >>>


      ETA: END OF AN ERA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By Paul Reynolds World Affairs correspondent, BBC News website The PKK (now Kadek) has an on–off ceasefire in Turkey The announcement by the Basque separatist group Eta of a permanent ceasefire perhaps marks the final decline of the old–style nationalist armed groups in Europe.

In Northern Ireland, >>>


      EU LEADERS SET FOR REFORM SUMMIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By William Horsley BBC European affairs correspondent European Commission chief Barroso is not happy about protectionism European Union leaders are meeting in Brussels to begin their annual summit focussing on economic reforms.

Some new agreements to boost economic growth and jobs are being proposed. But the r >>>


      EUROPE‘S ANGRY YOUNG MUSLIMS 3
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
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      EUROPE DIARY: ITALIAN CONTRASTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
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      FILM EXPLORES BROKEN TAMIL LIVES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By Priyath Liyanage BBC Sinhala editor Rajani Thiranagama: Struggle for justice A controversial film about the life and assassination of human rights worker Rajani Thiranagama from northern Sri Lanka is being screened in London as a part of the Human Rights Watch film festival.

Rajani was assassinated at the a >>>


      FRANCE RAISES MARRIAGE AGE LIMIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      French MPs hope the measures will help cut domestic violence The French parliament has raised the age at which a woman can get married

– from 15 to 18 – as part of a package to combat domestic violence. The law, which aims to prevent forced marriages, makes the age limit the same as that for men.>>>


      GANDHI‘S ‘DYSFUNCTIONAL‘ PARTY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By Soutik Biswas BBC News, Delhi Mrs Gandhi is idolised by many supporters India may be the world‘s biggest democracy, but most of its political parties have little democracy to show for in their functioning and decision–making.

Leading this pack of what political scientists call the "leader&n >>>


      GANDHI STEPS DOWN FROM PARLIAMENT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Mrs Gandhi says she will stand for parliamentary elections again India‘s governing Congress party leader Sonia Gandhi says she is resigning from parliament after allegations that she holds another salaried public post.

Mrs Gandhi, who led Congress to an election win in 2004, said she was also quitting th >>>


      GERMANY‘S STRIKING DOCTORS MARCH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By Ray Furlong BBC News, Hanover German doctors have carried out a series of staggered strikes and marches Doctors from state–run hospitals in Germany have held a demonstration in Hanover continuing a strike they began last week.

About 20,000 doctors have been holding staggered strikes at various locatio >>>


      HOW IRAQ HOSTAGES WERE FREED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Peace activists kept Norman Kember‘s plight alive Briton Norman Kember and his Canadian colleagues James Loney and Harmeet Singh Sooden were freed after a multinational military raid acting on information provided by a detainee, the US military says.

The rescue was completed without any shots being fired >>>


      JAPAN DELAYS CHINA LOANS DECISION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Shinzo Abe blamed the decision on strains between Japan and China Japan is to delay a decision on paying further yen loans to China because of the two countries‘ worsening relations.

Chief government spokesman Shinzo Abe said Japan would not give any more loans during the current fiscal year.

Ti >>>


      KATRINA LOST CHILD MISSION ENDS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Cortez Stewart, 4, is reunited with her mother and siblings The last missing child case linked to hurricane Katrina has been resolved.

Four–year–old Cortez Stewart was reunited with her mother last week, nearly six months after the disaster, officials announced on Tuesday.

She was the last >>>


      LEADING TAMIL BUSINESSMAN KILLED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
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      MINSK PROTESTERS HOPE FOR CHANGE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By Emma Simpson BBC News, Minsk By Belarus‘ standards these are daring, unprecedented protests The sun is shining in Minsk for the first time since Sunday‘s presidential election.

That will bring some relief to the die–hard group of opposition supporters who are still camping out in the corne >>>


      MORE FIGHTING IN SOMALI CAPITAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      French More Last Updated: Thursday, 23 March 2006, 10:40 GMT More fighting in Somali capital Mogadishu is controlled by thousands of gunmen Sporadic gunfire can be heard in Somalia‘s capital, Mogadishu, a day after at least 23 people were killed.

The clashes are between a group of warlords and an armed I >>>


      N KOREAN HEROIN SHIP SUNK BY JET
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      An Australian Air Force F–111 jet used the ship for target practice A North Korean cargo ship that was used to smuggle heroin into Australia has been sunk by an Australian fighter jet.

An F–111 aircraft bombed the Pong Su during target practice on Thursday at a secret location offshore, police said >>>


      NEPALESE LEADER‘S HOUSE ‘RAIDED‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      By Bhagirath Yogi BBC News, Kathmandu Mr Nepal has been under house arrest for over two months Leading human rights groups and opposition parties in Nepal have condemned the government for raiding the house of a key opposition leader.

Police raided the house of Madhav Kumar Nepal, leader of the Communist Party >>>


      ONE DEAD IN CARIBBEAN SHIP FIRE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      More Last Updated: Thursday, 23 March 2006, 16:46 GMT One dead in Caribbean ship fire The liner was on a week–long cruise One person has been killed and 11 injured in a fire that broke out on a luxury cruise liner in the Caribbean.

The Star Princess was en route from Grand Cayman to Jamaica when the blaz >>>


      PAPUA REFUGEES GET AUSTRALIA VISA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Australia has granted temporary visas to dozens of asylum seekers from Indonesia‘s restive Papua province.

Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone said 42 of a group of 43 people would be given temporary protection visas, entitling them to stay for three years.

The 43 Papuans arrived in Australia b >>>


      PARIS JOB LAW RALLY TURNS VIOLENT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Paris police tried to separate peaceful protesters and rioters Violence has erupted in Paris as thousands of French students took to the streets to protest against a controversial labour law.

Dozens of youths smashed windows, looted shops, set fire to cars and hurled stones at police.

But the majority >>>


      PLO CRITICISES HAMAS‘ PROGRAMME
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Hamas cabinet nominations are expected to be approved The Palestine Liberation Organisation has urged Hamas to reconsider its agenda for government, after its sweeping election victory in January.

The PLO leadership again criticised the Islamic group for refusing to accept the PLO‘s traditional role as t >>>


      RUSSIAN DEATH CRASH MAN ACQUITTED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      More Last Updated: Thursday, 23 March 2006, 0':32 GMT Russian death crash man acquitted Evidence showed Yevdokimov‘s car was going at more than 120km/h A motorist who was jailed for causing the death of a regional governor in a road accident has had his conviction overturned by a court in Siberia.

Ol >>>


      SEVEN DIE IN BRAZIL PRISON RIOT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Caribbean More Last Updated: Thursday, 23 March 2006, 14:13 GMT Seven die in Brazil prison riot In the past, rioting has been blamed on poor living conditions At least seven inmates have been killed during a riot at a Brazilian jail, the sixth in Sao Paulo state this week.

They died from smoke inhalation after >>>


      SPANISH PM CAUTIOUS ON ETA TRUCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Eta‘s fight for Basque independence has lasted four decades Spanish PM Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero has reacted cautiously to the announcement by Basque separatist group Eta of a permanent ceasefire.

Mr Zapatero said he was hopeful but any peace process after so many years of horror would be "long a >>>


      TOURISTS DEAD IN CHILE BUS CRASH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Twelve cruise ship passengers have died in Chile after a bus carrying them from a visit to a national park plunged into a ravine, officials have said.

Most of those killed are believed to have been US citizens. A further five tourists were said to have been hurt.

The bus was reportedly on its way back >>>


      UN URGES BELARUS PRISONER RELEASE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Protesters continue to brave freezing temperatures in Minsk The UN‘s human rights envoy for Belarus has urged authorities to free all political prisoners, condemning alleged rights violations after Sunday‘s poll.

Adrian Severin said more than 100 people had been detained following protests against >>>


      US–RUN MINE WARNED BY INDONESIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Grasberg is one of the largest mines in the world Indonesia has warned of legal action against a huge US–owned mine in Papua province, unless it does more to protect the environment.

The Grasberg gold and copper mine has been the focus of protests by locals, who say it causes ecological damage but has li >>>


      US CHARGES COLOMBIA REBEL LEADERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Only three of the 50 indicted are in custody in the US Fifty leaders of Colombia‘s largest rebel group, Farc, have been charged in the US with exporting $25bn (Ł14bn) of cocaine around the world.

The indictment in Washington includes Farc founder Pedro Antonio Marin – who is not one of three m >>>


      YOUR QUESTIONS: ISRAEL‘S ELECTION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Israelis go to the polls on 28 March after a short campaign period BBC Middle East correspondent Caroline Hawley answers questions from BBC News website users about next week‘s Israeli elections.

Is the Kadima Party truly different from the Likud or Labour parties in its policies or is it merely a ploy t >>>


      ZIMBABWE COCA–COLA STOCKS DRY UP
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      Bottling plants have run out of imported syrup Zimbabwe has run out of locally manufactured Coca–Cola.

Retailers were told bottling plants in Zimbabwe had run out of the imported syrup used to make the drink and supplies would resume later this month.

The cola drought is the latest symptom of a >>>


      ZIMBABWEANS PERMIT PROTEST PREGNANCY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 23-03-2006
      The character of Marwei is supposed to be 13 months pregnant Despite a crackdown on dissenting voices in Zimbabwe – where President Robert Mugabe has ruled for more than 25 years – censors have allowed a play about a child that refuses to be born until there is a change of leadership to complete its run in >>>


      " LE RIRE, C&#8217;EST TRČS IMPORTANT "
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Culture Lakhdar boukhors. comédien, scénariste et producteur " Le rire, cest tr';s important " Comédien, scénariste et producteur, il était ŕ laffiche de Gourbi Palace, dont il a également écrit le scénario. Il y interpr';te le rôle dun p& >>>


      " SEĎF EL HADJADJ " ACTE II
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Le chef du gouvernement Ahmed Ouyahia est apparu lors de la conférence de presse animée mardi dernier comme un timonier qui tient le gouvernail avec fermeté et résolution.

Alors que le débat sur la déliquescence de lautorité de lEtat revient au–devant de lactualité >>>


      ALFATUS–EL HADJAR
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      La rupture des contrats de travail annulée La gr';ve de la faim que les 300 travailleurs dont 15 ingénieurs en poste ŕ Alfatus, filiale du groupe Sider devaient entamer ŕ compter du 25 mars 2006, naura pas lieu. Informés de la rupture de leur contrat d';s la fin mars, ces travai >>>


      APC DE SIDI M&#8217;HAMED (ALGER)
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Epoque APC de Sidi Mhamed (Alger) Tentative de suicide Abassi Benmerra, 24 ans, a tenté, hier, de se suicider dans le hall du si';ge de lAPC de Sidi Mhamed, ŕ Alger, pour protester contre le " silence de lAPC " par rapport ŕ ses doléances, selon des proches du jeune homme rencontr& >>>


      ARBITRAGE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Bouchemla ŕ la tęte de la commission La nouvelle composante de la Commission de désignation des arbitres pour le championnat national et le championnat interrégions a été communiquée mardi dernier, sur le site de Ligue nationale de football (LNF). Elle est présidée par Moura >>>


      AĎN DEFLA
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Plusieurs véhicules bloqués De nombreux automobilistes étaient bloqués, hier ŕ partir de 1'h45, sur la RN4 entre El Affroun (Blida) et Boumedfaâ (Aďn Defla), suite ŕ une collision survenue entre un bus de voyageurs et un semi–remorque, au lieu–dit Toualbia.
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      BOUIRA
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Intéręt de Rebrab pour la source Aberkane Pour la deuxi';me fois en un peu moins de trois ans, Rebrab, lhomme daffaires algérien manifeste son intéręt pour la source Aberkane, localisée au village Amzarire, ŕ 8 km au nord de Saharidj.

Le projet de mise en bouteille de >>>


      BÉJAĎA
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Sit–in ŕ la direction de la santé Apr';s avoir déposé récemment un préavis de gr';ve, le Syndicat dentreprise des travailleurs de la santé de la wilaya de Béjaďa (SETS/UGTA) est passé ŕ lacte, hier, en organisant un sit–in dans la cour m >>>


      CES CONTRATS QUI DÉRANGENT
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Les contrats darmement que lAlgérie signe avec ses partenaires étrangers ne suscitent aucun débat interne. La conclusion de ces marchés échappe ŕ la sph';re publique. Cette politique, qui ne semble pas avoir évolué avec le temps, a été rappelée, mardi 21 ma >>>


      CINÉMAS D&#8217;ASIE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Culture Cinémas dAsie Mais oů est passé Hollywood ?

En ce mois de mars, on peut voir une série de films asiatiques sur les chaînes TPS. Dans le vaste monde de lAsie, il y a beaucoup de talents, des artistes singuliers qui proposent une esthétique, un langage, une narration qui par >>>


      COA
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Ordre du mérite pour Belloumi Au cours de lassemblée générale ordinaire du Comité olympique algérien qui aura lieu aujourdhui ŕ 'h30 au si';ge du COA ŕ Ben Aknoun, lancien strat';ge de léquipe nationale de football des années 1'80 et Ballon dOr a >>>


      CONSULTATIONS SPÉCIALISÉES
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Ruée sur lhôpital de Djanet Lhôpital Ifri de la ville de Djanet, dans la wilaya dIllizi, a connu, au courant de cette semaine, une activité particuli';re. Des centaines de consultations dans différentes spécialités ont été effectuées dans les deux importantes st >>>


      CONVERTIBILITÉ DU DINAR
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Un débat qui fâche La derni';re sortie médiatique du chef du gouvernement sur la question de la convertibilité du dinar tente de mettre fin au débat suscité ces derni';res semaines. Le niet opposé par Ahmed Ouyahia ŕ toute idée de convertibilité de notre >>>


      DANS LA LUCARNE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Ousmane Dodo, humaniste et médecin du désert Ousmane Dodo nest pas de ces héros mondains qui tirent gloire de leur vacuité sociale et envahissent les plateaux de télévision au moindre rhume de saison.

Ousmane Dodo est un illustre inconnu pour les grands médias et, pour le d&# >>>


      DES PROMESSES, ENCORE DES PROMESSES...
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Apr';s une opération massive de délocalisation des bidonvilles, dimportantes assiettes de terrain ont été récupérées. A cet effet, plusieurs projets se sont inscrits au programme de lannée 2006.

Dapr';s le président de lAPC M. Nabi, la wilaya a proje >>>


      DÉMOLITION SOUS HAUTE SÉCURITÉ
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Les affrontements qui ont marqué le début de semaine ont poussé les autorités, déterminées ŕ en finir avec ce site, ŕ déployer le maximum dagents pour parer au pire et dissuader les ultras parmi la population qui refusaient lévacuation.

Apr';s les incid >>>


      EMPLOI, ENTRE L&#8217;INFORMEL ET LE PRÉCAIRE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Actualite Emploi, entre linformel et le précaire Les chiffres communiqués par Ahmed Ouyahia sur lévolution de lemploi laissent pantois de nombreux observateurs analystes. Ces derniers estiment que dans une économie en panne comme la nôtre, il nest pas possible de réaliser de telles perform >>>


      ENERGIE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      La nouvelle alliance Russie–Chine Sur les quinze accords signés mardi ŕ Pékin entre la Russie et la Chine, quatre sont relatifs ŕ lénergie. Ils devraient assurer la garantie dun approvisionnement de la Chine en gaz et en pétrole russes.

La fourniture du gaz devrait ętre >>>


      ENTRE ASSASSINAT ET CRIME POST–MORTEM
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Chronique dune amnésie au long cours Né le 8 mars 1'13, Mouloud Feraoun est mort par assassinat physique le 15 mars 1'62 la veille de lindépendance, au moment męme du cessez–le–feu en compagnie dun groupe denseignants affectés ŕ la gestion de centres sociaux et mitraill >>>


      HANDBALL
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Le MCA ŕ lassaut du Club africain Le MC Alger disputera aujourdhui ŕ partir de 15h, ŕ la salle Harcha, la finale aller de la Supercoupe dAfrique des clubs de handball (Babacar Fall) face au représentant tunisien le Club africain. Le MCA, qui a toujours honoré ses engagements, veut assurer une m >>>


      IRAK
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      " La guerre la plus humaine de lHistoire " Ils nomm';rent lopération " Spectre et effroi ". Motivations : détruire les armes de destruction massive, montrer la connexion du régime avec El Qaďda, instaurer la démocratie. Ils ont fait tout faux. Erreur. D';s le >>>


      ITINÉRAIRE D&#8217;UN HOMME ACCOMPLI AU SERVICE DES AUTRES
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Portrait Professeur Chaulet Itinéraire dun homme accompli au service des autres Un médecin journaliste dans la guerre " Quand la presse est libre, cela peut ętre bon ou mauvais. Mais assurément sans la liberté, la presse ne peut ętre que mauvaise. Pour la presse comme pour lhomme, la >>>


      KARKABOU IDENTITAIRE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Salle Ibn Khaldoun, au pied du Palais du gouvernement, avenue du Docteur Saâdane. Le concert des deux groupes Djmawi Africa et Zahrat Erimale draine du monde. Lentrée est ŕ 200 DA. Dans le hall de la salle, les fumeurs et les policiers occupent lespace. Sur sc';ne, Djmawi Africa a du mal ŕ o >>>


      L&#8217;INCERTITUDE DEMEURE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Actualisé le 22 mars 2006 ŕ 23:21 en bref A la Une Actualite Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat Sports Epoque Derni';re Enquete Dossier société L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Info Kabylie info Setif&ndas >>>


      LE GRAND ÉCHIQUIER
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Le secrétaire dEtat adjoint américain chargé des Affaires du Proche–Orient, de lAfrique du Nord et de la péninsule Arabique, David C. Welch, navait certainement pas tort dinsister, au cours de sa visite ŕ Alger, le 14 mars, sur limportance des changements que connaît actuellement le >>>


      LES " 15 " DIVISÉS
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      A 15 ou ŕ 5, les membres du Conseil de sécurité narrivent toujours pas ŕ sentendre sur une attitude face ŕ la crise du nucléaire iranien. On était loin mardi des déclarations ou de laccord presque parfait annoncé la semaine derni';re.

Il nétait question >>>


      LES PARTIS ENTRE CRITIQUE ET ACQUIESCEMENT
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      La sortie médiatique du chef du gouvernement, a été différemment appréciée par les formations politiques. Au FFS, lon se sent " attaqué " par M. Ouyahia lorsque il a parlé de partis qui " somnolent " et de syndicats qui utilisent les secteurs notamment de la s >>>


      LUTTE CONTRE LA TUBERCULOSE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Un fléau ŕ la peau dure Les spécialistes des maladies respiratoires restent optimistes quant ŕ lévolution de la tuberculose en Algérie, qui a enregistré 20 000 cas déclarés durant lannée 2004. Une moyenne de 85 cas pour 100 000 habitants. La région de lOuest est la >>>


      MCA
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      La réplique de Messaoudi Le président de lassociation El Mouloudia, le docteur Mohamed Messaoudi, nest pas resté insensible ŕ linformation lui imputant les probl';mes du MC Alger, parue dans notre édition dhier.

Mis en cause par un membre du comité directeur de lassociatio >>>


      MOHAMED SEGHIR BABES
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      " Le CNES ouvert ŕ dautres sensibilités " La visite de deux jours en Algérie de la présidente du comité économique et social européen (CESE), Mme Anne–Marie Sigmund, a été sanctionnée par la signature, hier ŕ Alger, dun accord de coopération av >>>


      MONDIAL DE CROSS UNIVERSITAIRE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      LAlgérie sans Aggoun et Naďli Le terrain de golf de Dély Ibrahim sera demain le théâtre de la 15e édition du championnat du monde de cross country universitaire.

Quatorze pays ont confirmé leur participation et se trouvent déjŕ ŕ Alger, dont les athl';t >>>


      MOULINS DE TIARET
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Lex–PDG sous contrôle judiciaire Le magistrat instructeur relevant du tribunal de Tiaret a décidé, lundi tard dans la journée, de placer sous contrôle judiciaire lex–PDG des Moulins de Tiaret, A. Nems, un de ses anciens assistants T. N., lex–responsable du syndicat L. T., le c >>>


      NATIONALE UNE (24E JOURNÉE)
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Lenvol des Canaris La 24e journée sera marquée par le retour sur sc';ne des équipes engagées en compétitions africaines (JSK–USMA–ASO–NAHD) et surtout par les déplacements périlleux de certaines formations en danger de relégation.

Dans le haut d >>>


      ON VOUS LE DIT
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Bouteflika président dhonneur du Comité olympique algérien Le président de la République, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, sera élevé au rang de président dhonneur du Comité olympique algérien au cours dune cérémonie qui sera organisée aujourdhui en ouverture de las >>>


      PARTENARIAT EUROMED
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Conférence ministérielle ŕ Marrakech Les ministres du Commerce de lUnion européenne (UE) et des pays méditerranéens vont se réunir, demain, ŕ Marrakech (Maroc) afin de lancer des négociations sur les services et donner un coup daccélérateur aux accords de libre&nda >>>


      PERMIS DE CONDUIRE
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      213 retraits par jour Les accidents de la circulation endeuillent chaque jour de nombreuses familles.

Selon un bilan de la Gendarmerie nationale, il a été enregistré 431 accidents durant la semaine du 15 au 21 mars, ayant entraîné le déc';s de 46 victimes et les blessures >>>


      PME ET EXPORTATIONS
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Les r';gles de lOMC débattues Une journée détude sur les exportations des produits des petites et moyennes entreprises (PME) dans le cadre de lOMC sera organisée le 27 mars ŕ la salle de conférences dAlgex, a indiqué un communiqué du minist';re de la PME.

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      POLITIQUE SALARIALE DE L&#8217;ÉTAT
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Actualite Politique salariale de létat Le costume et luniforme La déclaration du chef du gouvernement, selon laquelle lEtat va consacrer 200 milliards de dinars, soit léquivalent dŕ peu pr';s 2 milliards dollars, pour doubler les effectifs de la police, de la gendarmerie et des gardes fronti >>>


      RASSEMBLEMENT DES FAMILLES VICTIMES HIER Ŕ ALGER
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Au souvenir du 22 mars Des dizaines de portraits de femmes assassinées par les groupes islamistes étaient, hier, brandis ŕ la place Karima Belhadj, face ŕ la Grande Poste, ŕ Alger, par des citoyens et militants dassociations de femmes et de victimes du terrorisme. Lappel pour un rassemblement c >>>


      RÉINTÉGRATION DES REPENTIS DANS LEURS POSTES DE TRAVAIL
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Le gouvernement l';ve les équivoques Le gouvernement veut dissiper le flou qui entoure la problématique liée ŕ la réintégration des " gens impliqués dans la tragédie nationale ", pour reprendre le lexique officiel. Le conseil de gouvernement, qui sest réuni >>>


      SUPERDIVISION (26E JOURNÉE)
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Le leader et son dauphin en péril Les sociétaires de la superdivision deux aborderont demain vendredi la 26e journée du championnat avec des rencontres entre les équipes du haut et du bas du tableau.

Le leader lOM Ruisseau effectuera un périlleux voyage dans la capitale des Hammadites >>>


      SYNDICATS AUTONOMES DE L&#8217;ÉDUCATION
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Actualite Syndicats autonomes de léducation " On nous reproche notre autonomie " Nous sommes des indésirables. Les pouvoirs publics ne nous apprécient pas parce que nous sommes des syndicats autonomes. Cest pour cette unique raison quils refusent de délivrer le récépissé den >>>


      SÉISME DE L'4;ALAM (BÉJAĎA)
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      140 habitations sév';rement touchées Les habitants de Lâalam ont enterré, hier, les quatre victimes du séisme de lundi dernier dans la torpeur épaisse léguée par deux nuits éprouvantes.

Consolation tout de męme, tous les blessés ont rejoint leurs f >>>


      TENNIS
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      La sélection pour la coupe Davis Le DEN, Mohamed Bouchabou, a rendu public le groupe de joueurs convoqués en vue de la préparation de la rencontre de coupe Davis, Algérie–Slovénie (7–' avril). La liste est la suivante : Slimane Saoudi, Lamine Ouahab, Abdelhak Hameurlaďne, S >>>


      TERRORISME
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Tentatives pour réactiver les réseaux ŕ Chlef Malgré la main tendue du pouvoir et la grâce amnistiante décidée dans le cadre de la charte pour la paix et la réconciliation nationale, des groupes armés subsistent encore dans la wilaya et le ministre de lIntérieur et des >>>


      TIZI OUZOU
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Col';re des étudiants Les étudiants de luniversité Mouloud Mammeri de Tizi Ouzou (UMMTO) se sont rassemblés, hier devant le rectorat, pour protester contre " la décision injuste du recteur de traduire en conseil de discipline quatre étudiants syndicalistes suite ŕ linterd >>>


      TRAITEMENT DES EAUX
      El Watan, 23-03-2006
      Une ONG espagnole simplique ŕ Staouéli LONG espagnole Centre détudes rurales et dagriculture internationale (CERA), en collaboration avec lentreprise Hydro–Traitement, a exécuté un projet intitulé " Utilisation des eaux résiduelles pour usage agricole ", apprend– >>>



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