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      ‘OFFICIALS HELD‘ IN NEPAL PROTEST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      There have been days of street protests in Nepal Police in Nepal have arrested 25 government officials for demonstrating against King Gyanendra inside the Home Ministry, officials say.

Those detained include the private secretary to Home Minister Kamal Thapa. The Home Ministry controls the kingdom‘s poli >>>


      AFGHANISTAN‘S NEW MILITANT ALLIANCES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      BY Paul Danahar BBC South Asia bureau editor US and British soldiers are the new targets "It was just very, very exciting to be in that room with those men with their huge white teeth." Afghan warlords have often formed unusual alliances in times of conflict, but even by their standards holding a war council >>>


      ANALYSIS: LATIN AMERICA‘S NEW LEFT AXIS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      A series of left–leaning leaders have consolidated their power across Latin America. Venezuela‘s President Hugo Chavez sees this as an historic opportunity to create a new power bloc in Latin America to rebuff US influence.

The BBC‘s Emilio San Pedro travelled across the region for Radio 4&ls >>>


      ARRESTS OVER EGYPTIAN FAITH RIOTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Copts accuse the government of failing to protect them Fifty–two people have been detained in Egypt over their alleged involvement in three days of religious violence in the city of Alexandria.

The authorities say the detainees will be held for 15 days for questioning. Another 50 people are also under in >>>


      BUSH DEFENDS EMBATTLED RUMSFELD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      may have been pack hunterChinese leader talks trade in USGeorgia to cut migrants‘ benefitsDozens killed in Mexico bus crashHurricane papers scoop PulitzersLebanon to press US for supportRural killings marked in BrazilSpurs are NBA best in West againCrosby sets new NHL century markEx–US governor convicted of >>>


      BUSH KEEPS IRAN MILITARY OPTION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      The US believes Iran is secretly pursuing nuclear weapons US President George W Bush says all options, including the use of force, are "on the table" to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

However, he stressed that the US was trying to resolve the issue of Iran‘s nuclear ambitions &qu >>>


      CAFE BLAST KILLS SIX IN BAGHDAD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      There is no sign of the violence abating At least six Iraqis have been killed in a bomb explosion near a cafe in the capital, Baghdad, police say.

Officials said the target of the attack was a passing police patrol. Two of those killed were policemen. More than 20 people were injured in the blast.

On >>>


      CAT FIGHT OVER SA‘S ROBBEN ISLAND
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      South Africa‘s most famous prison has become a tourist attraction The feral cats that inhabit South Africa‘s famous Robben Island have prompted a row between animal welfare officials and conservationists.

Robben Island, in Table Bay near Cape Town, is best known as the place where Nelson Mandela an >>>


      CHERNOBYL DEATH FIGURES ‘TOO LOW‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      By Damian Grammaticas BBC Moscow correspondent The explosion at Chernobyl was the world‘s worst nuclear accident The health effects of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in Ukraine 20 years ago have been grossly under–estimated, says an environmental charity.

Official UN figures have predicted 4,000 ex >>>


      CHINA, RUSSIA BAR SUDAN SANCTIONS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Both rebels and government officials are threatened with sanctions Russia and China say they will oppose UN sanctions against four Sudanese officials accused of involvement in continuing violence in Darfur.

Russia‘s UN envoy said the Security Council should delay sanctions until Sudan‘s talks with >>>


      CIVILIANS INJURED ‘BY US FORCES‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      The government has warned US–led forces not to injure civilians Six people, including a mother and her newborn baby, have been injured in two incidents in eastern Afghanistan, reportedly by American forces.

Both the incidents took place in Khost province. A six–year–old boy was also injured i >>>


      DEADLY BIRD FLU SPREADS TO SUDAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Egyptian workers have been disinfecting houses to stop the spread of bird flu Sudanese officials have reported the country‘s first cases of the deadly strain of bird flu in poultry.

Some 100,000 chickens have been culled after the H5N1 strain was found, an official said.

Ahmed Mustafa Hassan als >>>


      DOZENS KILLED IN MEXICO BUS CRASH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      The bus fell down a hillside at a notorious black spot A bus crash in eastern Mexico has killed 57 people, say rescue officials.

The tour bus plunged into a ravine on a highway between Mexico City and the Gulf coast city of Veracruz.

The dead, which included 10 children, were all Mexican, said civil p >>>


      EU BODY CHALLENGED OVER GM REPORT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      By Alix Kroeger BBC news, Brussels The EC is accused of approving products despite safety concerns Two environmental groups say they have documents which show a double standard on the safety of genetically–modified organisms in the European Commission.

Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace accuse the commi >>>


      EX–US GOVERNOR CONVICTED OF FRAUD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Ryan was both criticised and praised for halting executions George Ryan, the former governor of the US state of Illinois, has been found guilty of racketeering and other serious corruption charges.

A jury decided that Ryan had helped friends and associates obtain contracts in return for rewards ranging from a >>>


      GARANG‘S DEATH IS BLAMED ON PILOT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      John Garang helped forge a peace deal after 21 years of war Pilot error was to blame for the helicopter crash which killed former Sudanese rebel leader John Garang, an international investigation has found.

Mr Garang‘s death last July sparked days of rioting in Sudan by his supporters, who accused the go >>>


      GEORGIA TO CUT MIGRANTS‘ BENEFITS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Supporters cheered when they heard the bill had been signed The US state of Georgia has approved a controversial immigration bill which prevents illegal immigrants from receiving state benefits.

When the law takes effect next year, employers hiring illegal workers will face sanctions and police will have to ch >>>


      GIANT CRUISE SHIP THRILLS HAMBURG
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      The ship had very little space to manoeuvre in Hamburg The world‘s biggest cruise ship, the "Freedom of the Seas", has drawn a crowd of thousands in Hamburg ahead of its maiden transatlantic voyage.

The Finnish–built vessel – flagship of Royal Caribbean International will have a tho >>>


      GUANTANAMO UIGHUR APPEAL REJECTED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      The Uighurs appear to have nowhere to go The US Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by two Chinese Muslims who are seeking release from the US detention centre at Guantanamo Bay, in Cuba.

The judges declined to hear their case because the men are due to have a hearing in a lower court next month.

A U >>>


      HAMAS CRISIS COMES EARLY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Analysis By Paul Reynolds World Affairs Correspondent, BBC News website The suicide bomb attack in Tel Aviv has precipitated a crisis which was probably inevitable at some stage during Hamas rule in the Palestinian territories.

Ehud Olmert: deciding the level of confrontation The issue is how the new Israeli g >>>


      INDONESIAN PASSENGER FERRY SINKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      More Last Updated: Tuesday, 18 April 2006, 07:35 GMT 08:35 UK Indonesian passenger ferry sinks All but one of 60 people on board a ferry that sank off Indonesia‘s east coast have survived, officials say.

The boat went down in bad weather close to Rote Island, 2,000km (1,250 miles) east of Jakarta, on Mon >>>


      IRAN‘S LEADER WARNS ‘AGGRESSORS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Mr Ahmadinejad says Iran‘s nuclear intensions are peaceful Iran‘s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has warned his country‘s military would deal with any attack by "cutting the hand of the aggressor".

Mr Ahmadinejad was speaking after US media reports last week said the US might take mi >>>


      ISRAEL ‘WILL NOT STRIKE AT HAMAS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Tensions have risen between Israelis and Palestinians recently Israel will hold Hamas responsible for a deadly suicide bombing in Tel Aviv but will not hit back against the Palestinian Authority, officials say.

A special cabinet meeting ended with agreement to increase security efforts but not launch a militar >>>


      KARZAI URGES COALITION RESTRAINT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Civilians have been caught up in battles between the US and Taleban Afghan President Hamid Karzai has urged US–led coalition forces to exercise restraint after two possible incidents of "friendly fire".

Mr Karzai also ordered a probe into the killing of seven civilians during a battle with insu >>>


      KENYA ‘GULAG‘ BOOK WINS US PRIZE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Mau Mau war veterans claim they were tortured A book about alleged British atrocities against Kenyan Mau Mau independence fighters has won this year‘s US Pulitzer Prize for general non–fiction.

Caroline Elkins wins $10,000 for her book Imperial Reckoning: The Untold Story of Britain‘s Gulag i >>>


      KENYA POLICE MOVE AGAINST RAIDERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Drought has increased competition between herders Kenya has deployed extra security forces along its border with Ethiopia following several deadly cattle raids.

Two more people have been killed, following 10 deaths in recent weeks. Some 10,000 people have fled their homes, according to Kenya‘s Red Cross. >>>


      MALAWI‘S POLICE TEAR–GAS TRADERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      There was a huge growth in street vending in the 1''0s Police in Malawi have fired tear gas to disperse thousands of traders unhappy at plans to move them from the streets.

The vendors were holding a prayer meeting, which the police said was unauthorised, as part of their protest.

Several peop >>>


      NEW PM CHOSEN BY SOLOMON ISLANDS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites TOP ASIA–PACIFIC STORIES NOW Party congress opens in Vietnam US court rejects Uighur appeal New PM chosen by Solomon Islands Ferry sinks off Indonesia News Alerts E–mail services Mobiles/PDAs Headlines for your site BBC Copyright Notice B >>>


      PALESTINIANS FEEL THE PINCH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      By Alan Johnston BBC News, Gaza The Western aid cut could worsen Palestinian misery Like all of Gaza‘s tens–of–thousands of government employees, Hassan Sallah is worried about money. Nobody can tell him when his next pay cheque will arrive.

The new Hamas government has walked into a major fi >>>


      PARTY CONGRESS OPENS IN VIETNAM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      The congress is overshadowed by the issue of corruption The 10th congress of Vietnam‘s ruling Communist Party has opened in the capital, Hanoi.

The congress is a forum for the ruling party to set the country‘s policies and strategy for the next five years.

Leadership changes are thought to >>>


      Q&A: HU JINTAO‘S VISIT TO THE US
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Mr Bush met Mr Hu on his visit to Beijing last November China‘s leader Hu Jintao arrives in the US on Tuesday for his first official visit as president.

It follows a visit to Beijing by US President George W Bush last November. The two men will meet in Washington DC on Thursday. Q. What is the importance >>>


      QATAR GIVES $50M TO PALESTINIANS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Palestinian PM Ismail Haniya has been promised extra funds The Gulf state of Qatar has said it will give $50m (Ł28m) to the new Hamas–led Palestinian government.

Qatar said the decision showed its support for the Palestinian people. The announcement comes a day after Iran said it was also giving $50 >>>


      QUIET POPE CONFOUNDS EXPECTATIONS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      By Peter Gould BBC news website Few papal elections have been awaited with such anticipation as the conclave of 2005.

Pope Benedict XVI‘s election was met with jubilation in Rome Around the world, a billion Catholics were anxious to know who would succeed John Paul II, and what it would mean for their Ch >>>


      REBELS ‘WILL NOT DELAY‘ CHAD POLL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Security was tight around President Idriss Deby Chad will hold presidential elections as scheduled next month despite last week‘s rebel attack on the capital, N‘Djamena, President Idriss Deby says.

Mr Deby, speaking at a news conference in the city, said the army was back in control of the whole co >>>


      RURAL KILLINGS MARKED IN BRAZIL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Caribbean More Last Updated: Tuesday, 18 April 2006, 03:17 GMT 04:17 UK Rural killings marked in Brazil By Steve Kingstone BBC News, Sao Paulo Activists have been protesting across the country In Brazil, thousands of people have been taking part in demonstrations to mark the 10th anniversary of a notorious massacre.
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      SAN FRANCISCO MARKS MAJOR QUAKE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Fires hampered relief efforts in earthquake–hit San Francisco San Francisco is preparing to mark 100 years since a catastrophic earthquake levelled the city.

At 0512 on 18 April 1'06 a magnitude 7.6 quake shook the San Andreas fault, one of the city‘s seven major faults.

About 3,000 pe >>>


      SAUDI ARRESTS OVER FOILED ATTACK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Abqaiq is the world‘s biggest oil–processing plant Five people have been arrested in Saudi Arabia on suspicion of involvement in a foiled attack on an oil facility in February, police say.

The militants were linked to the attack on the Abqaiq compound – the world‘s biggest oil–pro >>>


      SCRAMBLE FOR DR CONGO‘S MINERAL WEALTH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      A scramble for minerals has brought foreign money into the Democratic Republic of Congo province of Katanga – but not everyone is benefiting, reports the BBC‘s Michael Buchanan from Lubumbashi.

The mines have created some new jobs – but poverty remains rife Lubumbashi has attracted the bulk o >>>


      SIX INJURED IN SOLOMON PROTESTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Newly appointed PM Snyder Rini is opposed by some At least six Australian police officers have been injured in the Solomon Islands during violent election protests in the capital, Honiara.

Opponents of new Prime Minister Snyder Rini, a former cabinet minister tainted by corruption allegations, trapped him insi >>>


      SWOLLEN DANUBE THREATENS UKRAINE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
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Have Your Say Magazine In Pictures Week at a Glance Country Profiles In Dept >>>


      TEL AVIV BOMBING DISMAYS PAPERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Monday‘s suicide bombing in Tel Aviv dominates the Israeli, Palestinian and Middle Eastern press.

Israeli papers lament the failure to stop bombings inside the country, and one says that the bombing may only hasten the demise of the Hamas–led Palestinian Authority.

Palestinian commentators >>>


      THE CHERNOBYL NIGHTMARE REVISITED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      By Stephen Mulvey BBC News website The world‘s worst nuclear accident, at Chernobyl in April 1'86, was all the more alarming for taking place under a veil of secrecy, behind the Iron Curtain.

One of four reactors at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, 70 miles (110km) north of Kiev, exploded at 0123 l >>>


      TRAUMA OF JAILED ‘INNOCENTS‘ IN NEPAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Kanak Mani Dixit has been in jail since early April Journalist Kanak Mani Dixit was arrested in Kathmandu on 8 April for breaching the government–imposed curfew as he protested for democratic rights in Nepal.

Here he reports on conditions inside a detention centre near the capital , and the hardships fac >>>


      UGANDANS FLEEING REBELS SENT HOME
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
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      UKRAINE RIVALS ‘PLAN TO TEAM UP‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales Business Politics Health Education Science/Nature Technology Entertainment –––––––––––––––––

Have Your Say Magazine In Pictures Week at a Glance Country Profiles In Dept >>>


      US SOLDIERS IN BAGHDAD FIGHTING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      Insurgents staged a coordinated attack in Ramadi There has been fighting between US troops and insurgents in the Iraqi capital and the city of Ramadi.

US troops were involved in a seven–hour clash in Baghdad‘s Adhamiya district after insurgents attacked Iraqi security forces.

In Ramadi, in >>>


      US WARNS HAMAS OVER ISRAEL BLAST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      The bombing was the first suicide attack in Israel since January The US has warned the Hamas–led Palestinian government against defending "terrorist acts" after a suicide bomber killed nine in Israel.

A spokesman called the bombing a "despicable act of terror" and said the Palestinian >>>


      VIETNAM COMMUNISTS MEET IN CRISIS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      By Clare Harkey BBC East Asia regional editor The congress will have to tackle some difficult issues A senior member of the Vietnamese Communist Party has warned that corruption threatens its survival.

A politburo member, Phan Dien, was speaking before the party‘s 10th congress opened on Tuesday.

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      VOCAL RUMSFELD CRITICS BREAK RANKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-04-2006
      By Richard Allen Greene BBC News, Washington Donald Rumsfeld is a forthright, even abrasive man whose popularity has fallen sharply as the war in Iraq has failed to turn out as the Bush administration predicted.

But even so, the recent wave of criticism of the US defence secretary by former top–ranking g >>>


      AFFAIRE DU MAUSOLÉE
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Mme Toumi compte saisir la justice A linstar du premier, le deuxi';me jour de la visite présidentielle ŕ Constantine a été laborieux en mati';re dinaugurations et de poses de premi';res pierres.

Deux choses importantes ŕ relever : la premi';re, cest quan >>>


      ALGÉRIE TÉLÉCOM
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Mise en service du réseau multiservice national Algérie Télécom procédera, aujourdhui, ŕ la mise en service du réseau multiservice (RMS) ŕ large bande de nouvelle génération, au niveau de son nouveau centre situé ŕ Kouba (Alger).

La cérémoni >>>


      ANNABA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Un terroriste abattu Agissant sur informations fournies par des citoyens, les forces combinées ont intercepté, ce dimanche vers 22h, ŕ hauteur de la localité de Aďn Chouga, dans la commune de Berrahal (RN44), ŕ Annaba, deux individus circulant ŕ bord dun véhicule de marque Peugeo >>>


      ARRĘT DE COURS Ŕ MASCARA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Un arręt des cours a été constaté, hier, au niveau du centre universitaire de la wilaya de Mascara.

Selon une source de la coordination locale du Conseil national de lenseignement (CNES), les enseignants du supérieur ont répondu massivement ŕ lappel des deux journées de >>>


      ASSEMBLÉE POPULAIRE DE LA WILAYA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Le wali passe ŕ loffensive Pourtant, tout le monde saccordait ŕ dire que Skikda accusait dix années de retard par rapport ŕ dautres wilayas de son envergure. Au moment oů plusieurs nouveaux walis tiraient ŕ boulets rouges sur les anciens occupants des cabinets, le wali de Skikda, lui, se r >>>


      BATAILLE POUR LE POUVOIR
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      La paralysie avant linvestiture LIrak, cest plus quune évidence, senfonce dans la violence. Il en est une autre qui aggraverait la premi';re, cest le blocage des institutions politique et parlementaire, certainement une premi';re dans le monde puisquelles nont pas été mises en place.
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      BRUYČRE, HĘTRE ET ÉBČNE
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Avec les doigts experts de Ali Mekerba Une calebasse ŕ laquelle il a fallu consacrer un travail de quelque 80 heures. Un canon sudiste de la guerre de Sécession aux Etats–Unis.

Une st';le de Maqam echahid (sanctuaire du martyr), un coffret marin et un hippocampe mis côte ŕ c&# >>>


      CARTE GAGNANTE POUR LE SEGMENT DES SUV
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Un mod';le qui monte, le Tucson gagne en mordant grâce ŕ son nouveau diesel énergique CRDI. Le Tucson monte en gamme et commence ŕ rencontrer un joli succ';s.

A tel point quil a fallu augmenter les capacités de production du constructeur pour satisfaire les demandes. Po >>>


      CINÉMA ALGÉRIEN
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Une fęte ŕ Dar Raďs Hamidou Dans le cadre de la grande manifestation annoncée ŕ Alger, capitale de la culture arabe 2007, une nouvelle production a été lancée dimanche dans lexceptionnel site de la villa Dar Raďs Hamidou.

De mani';re tr';s habile, Na >>>


      COLČRE DES TRAVAILLEURS DE L&#8217;EGEMO (MOSTAGANEM)
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Régions Col';re des travailleurs de lEGEMO (Mostaganem) Un vent de révolte souffle sur lentreprise de gestion des eaux de Mostaganem.

Les 267 employés envisagent, sous la houlette de la section syndicale, dentamer une gr';ve illimitée ŕ compter de samedi prochain.
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      CONSULTATIONS POUR L&#8217;ACCÉLÉRATION DE LA COOPÉRATION MILITAIRE (...)
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Actualite Consultations pour laccélération de la coopération militaire (...) Gaďd Salah au Pentagone Le chef détat–major de larmée, le général major Ahmed Gaďd Salah, effectue depuis hier une visite officielle aux Etats–Unis. Linformation, non détaillée >>>


      COOPÉRATIVE AVICOLE DE WILAYA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Les travailleurs exigent leurs indemnisations A quoi ont servi les 270 milliards de centimes contenus dans larticle 4 de larręté de wilaya 1467 du 13 octobre 2003 et représentant le co$';t des opérations dexpropriation pour la réalisation de la station dépuration des eaux usées >>>


      CRITIQUÉS PAR LE PRÉSIDENT DE RÉPUBLIQUE
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Les partis de lAlliance font le dos rond Ayant été critiqués par le chef de lEtat lors dun discours prononcé avant–hier ŕ Constantine, les trois partis formant lAlliance présidentielle, le FLN, le RND et le MSP, font le dos rond.

Créée dans le but d" śuvr >>>


      DES MÉDECINS OFFENSÉS Ŕ TIARET
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Dans une lettre adressée au département de Amar Tou, les praticiens spécialistes de santé publique de Tiaret viennent de réagir énergiquement contre les propos tenus par Dr Mekideche , représentante de la commission ministérielle chargée de la préparation ŕ une pan >>>


      DÉBRAYAGE SUIVI Ŕ BOUMERDČS
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      A en juger par le nombre de voix exprimées hier ŕ Boumerd';s en faveur du mot dordre de gr';ve illimitée ŕ partir du début du mois prochain, lon sachemine droit vers le boycott des examens.

Une option pour laquelle les enseignants ont opté " la mort dans l >>>


      DÉMOLITION ET RELOGEMENT Ŕ DJELFA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Apr';s les constructions précaires suburbaines de Aďn Srar en 2003, cest au tour des bidonvilles de Chaoua et du bloc 36 de faire lobjet dune démolition de grande envergure.

Les autorités locales, présentes sur le théâtre des opérations depuis le coup denvoi lanc >>>


      EL GHAZI
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      " Je reviens sur sc';ne " Apr';s une absence sur sc';ne de 12 ans, le chanteur et compositeur El Ghazi animera un concert demain ŕ 20 h ŕ la salle Ibn Khaldoun.

Sur les męmes lieux, il a animé hier une conférence de presse au cours de laquelle il a exp >>>


      EN DÉPIT DES ACTIONS DE LUTTE MENÉES SUR LE TERRAIN
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      La menace persiste La terre se dégrade. Elle se meurt lentement. Selon des estimations, 24 milliards de tonnes de sols fertiles disparaissent chaque année dans le monde.

LONU avait, en marge du lancement de lAnnée internationale des déserts et de la désertification, qui a eu lieu en ma >>>


      ENTRETIEN–EXPRESS AVEC YAZID ZERHOUNI
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Y a–t–il, outre votre récente déclaration faisant état de 80 redditions, dautres détails ŕ ce propos ?

Ce nest pas 80.Il sagit, je nai pas le chiffre en tęte, dun nombre compris entre 80 et '0 redditions.

Estimez–vous ce nombre important ? Oui, si lo >>>


      HOCINE ALI Ŕ TIZI OUZOU
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      " Le pays connaît une dérive despotique " Invité par la coordination locale des étudiants (CLE) de luniversité de Tizi Ouzou, Hocine Ali, secrétaire général par intérim du Mouvement démocratique et social (MDS), a animé, hier, une conférence–d& >>>


      JOURNÉES MÉDICOCHIRURGICALES Ŕ BISKRA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Les médecins se rapprochent des patients La population des Ziban a accueilli comme il se doit le professeur A. Benbouzid, accompagné de médecins, de chirurgiens et autres spécialistes du secteur public, tous des bénévoles et qui plus est fid';les au rendez–vous annuel des jou >>>


      L&#8217;INDÉPENDANCE DES AUTORITÉS DE RÉGULATION EN DÉBAT
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Economie Ouverture ŕ la concurrence Lindépendance des autorités de régulation en débat Mises en place pour représenter lEtat dans sa mission de régulateur du marché suite ŕ louverture de plusieurs secteurs dactivité ŕ la concurrence, les autorités de rég >>>


      L&#8217;INVENTEUR OUBLIÉ DE BOUIRA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Epoque Il sest illustré par plusieurs créations Linventeur oublié de Bouira Il est titulaire de plusieurs brevets dinvention. Pour sa derni';re création, Mohamed Allal, un jeune de 36 ans natif de Kadiria (Bouira), a mis au point un dispositif électronique de surveillance des habitatio >>>


      L&#8217;IRAK
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Culture LIrak Miroir des Arabes LIrak indique aux Arabes quils sont victimes de leur propre cécité. Il suffit en effet ŕ ces derniers dy regarder pour constater deux faits tangibles : dabord quils sont au moins aussi fragiles que les Irakiens davant–guerre ; ensuite que leur fragilité leur inc >>>


      LA BRIGADE ÉCONOMIQUE CHEZ LA FAA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Le meeting de la Fédération algérienne dathlétisme, qui sest déroulé en 2003, continue de faire des vagues dans la mesure oů le sponsor majeur de cette édition a déposé plainte au motif que largent dépensé pour cette manifestation demeure injustifié. La F >>>


      LE TRANS–RHUMEL : UN PROJET ACQUIS
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Concernant le projet tant attendu du Trans–Rhumel, Amar Ghoul a déclaré que " le pont est acquis, le Président a donné son accord ". Et dajouter : " Létude de faisabilité a été déjŕ effectuée.

Dun co$';t global de 15 milliards d >>>


      NOUVELLES HABITATIONS DANS SIX MOIS
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Une tranche importante des aides ŕ la construction décidées par les pouvoirs publics pour les sinistrés de Laâlam est mise ŕ la disposition des concernés ŕ partir du 13 avril dernier.

Cest ce qua appris, Rachid Fatmi, le wali de Béjaďa, dimanche dernier, lors d >>>


      PASSATION DES MARCHÉS PUBLICS
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Les opérateurs locaux crient ŕ la discrimination Les procédures de passation des marchés publics, telles quobservées actuellement, charrient de graves discriminations entre les entreprises étrang';res et celles locales, dont surtout les petites et moyennes entreprises (PME).
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      PRÉPARATION DE LA JOURNÉE DE LA BIODIVERSITÉ
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      En prévision de la journée sur la biodiversité qui sera célébrée le 22 mai prochain, une rencontre de préparation a regroupé récemment des cadres de lenvironnement et des représentants des associations qui militent pour la protection de lenvironnement.

Au cours >>>


      RENOUVELLEMENT DE LA KASMA FLN DE SOUK AHRAS
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Sur fond de clivages Linstallation officielle de la commission provisoire de la kasma FLN du chef–lieu de la wilaya de Souk Ahras, ŕ lorigine de clivages, de joutes oratoires voire déchauffourées depuis des mois, ne cesse de susciter un intéręt de la part de la classe politique.

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      RÉHABILITATION ET REVALORISATION
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      A loccasion de la célébration du Mois du patrimoine, coďncidant avec lAnnée internationale des déserts et la désertification, lAssociation pour la préservation du patrimoine et la protection de lenvironnement organise, jusquau 18 mai prochain, un riche programme culturel.

Ces >>>


      SAFEX
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Sicom et Hi–Tec ouvrent leurs portes Le 15e Salon international de linformatique, de la bureautique et de la communication (Sicom 2006) et le 10e Salon Hi–Tec 2006 exhibition et conférence ont été inaugurés, hier, ŕ la Safex, Pins Maritimes, ŕ Alger, par le ministre de la Poste >>>


      SAĎD SADI Ŕ BÉJAĎA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      " Préserver lesprit rassembleur davril 1'80 " Saďd Sadi continue ŕ plaider le dépassement des conflits et autres divisions qui minent les énergies démocratiques. Le leader du RCD, qui était hier linvité des étudiants de lUniversité de Béjaďa comm >>>


      SITUATION ALARMANTE
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Le récurrent dossier du dépotoir public Berka Zerga revient ŕ chaque fois dans les discussions. Sa gestion est constamment remise en cause. Les responsables locaux entre élus et membres de lexécutif de la wilaya ont récemment abordé létude portant réalisation dun centre denf >>>


      SOUR EL GHOZLANE
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      LENAD paralysée par un sit–in Ils étaient, selon nos sources, quelque 600 travailleurs 150, selon le responsable de lentreprise, cité par ces męmes sources ŕ manifester leur ras–le–bol hier devant le si';ge de lentreprise ŕ Sour El Ghozlane et ŕ exiger le d&# >>>


      SÉTIF
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Saisie record de 130 kg de kif chez deux individus Apr';s filature, les éléments de la section de recherche du groupement de la gendarmerie de Sétif ont arręté, dimanche 16 avril vers 11 h, un certain M. D., chef dune bande spécialisée dans la commercialisation de stupéfi >>>


      TIPAZA
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      17, 5 milliards de centimes détournés de la poste Une somme de 17,5 milliards de centimes sest volatilisée du bureau de poste ŕ la wilaya de Tipaza.

Les principaux accusés de cette opération dextorsion de fonds ne sont autres que le receveur principal de la poste et son caissier, >>>


      TIR SPORTIF
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      LAlgérie aux 1ers Jeux maghrébins Les sélections nationales de tir sportif, différentes épreuves, prendront part aux premiers Jeux de lUnion maghrébine de tir sportif (UMTS) créée en avril 2005. Cette premi';re édition qui aura lieu du 23 au 30 avril prochain se d >>>


      TOURISME URBAIN
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Ŕ la recherche dune stratégie globale Le tourisme urbain est un facteur de promotion de la ville. Tel a été le message délivré hier lors dun séminaire national, organisé conjointement ŕ lhôtel El Riadh (Sidi Fredj) par le minist';re du Tourisme et le minist& >>>


      YOUM EL ILM EN PRISON Ŕ CHLEF
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Considéré comme lun des plus importants du pays, le pénitencier de Chlef a pris part aux festivités organisées ŕ loccasion de la journée de Youm El Ilm.

A cet effet, une cérémonie a eu lieu dimanche ŕ lintérieur de la prison en présence des autorit >>>


      ÉVÉNEMENTS DE KABYLIE
      El Watan, 18-04-2006
      Controverses autour des services de sécurité Cinq ans apr';s lassassinat du jeune Massinissa Guermah et les émeutes sanglantes qui sen étaient suivies, la Kabylie dans son ensemble connaît aujourdhui de nouvelles tensions.

Meurtres, agressions, vols et cambriolages sont le quot >>>


      CLOCK TICKS FOR ‘ETERNAL’ STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITIES
      Kathimerin, 18-04-2006
      Maximum course length proposed Students who do not complete their studies within three years of the normal length of their course will be thrown out of university, according to proposals for some radical changes in the tertiary education system unveiled yesterday by a panel of academics.

Significantly, the tea >>>


      CONCERN ABOUT ‘ROUGH JUSTICE’
      Kathimerin, 18-04-2006
      Greece’s top lawyers yesterday called for a strike next month, arguing that the ongoing drive to rid the justice system of graft has led to judges being unnecessarily harsh in their rulings so they are not suspected of being corrupt.

After a three–day meeting of the heads of the country’s bar association >>>


      EYP STRIKES BACK OVER TAPPING
      Kathimerin, 18-04-2006
      Members of the watchdog probing the phone–tapping scandal yesterday visited the National Intelligence Agency (EYP), which said it would sue the newspaper that alleged the service was behind the wiretaps.

After a meeting with EYP officials, Andreas Lambrinopoulos, head of the Communications Privacy Protec >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 18-04-2006
      ZAKYNTHOS TREMOR Another strong quake hits Ionian island but no damage reported A tremor measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale, which struck the island of Zakynthos yesterday, is most likely an aftershock of a series of stronger quakes, seismologists said. Experts said the fact that the tremor, which occurred shortly befo >>>


      MINISTRY SEES RED OVER RISING TOMATO PRICES
      Kathimerin, 18-04-2006
      Soaring tomato prices, without the country experiencing a spell of bad weather, have prompted the Development Ministry to launch an investigation into why the price of the vegetable has risen so sharply, sources said yesterday.

The Development Ministry’s Competition Commission launched an investigation into wh >>>


      PENSIONER JAILED FOR DEBT TO STATE
      Kathimerin, 18-04-2006
      An 82–year–old woman was imprisoned in Athens yesterday after being found guilty of not paying back an outstanding debt of ',600 euros owed to the state.

The woman was taken to a jail after she failed to pay a 600,000–drachma (1,760–euro) fine issued in 1''3 for building a t >>>


      TRAIN DERAILMENT LEAVES THREE DEAD, 13 INJURED
      Kathimerin, 18-04-2006
      PAVLOS SIDIROPOULOS/ANA Passengers’ bags lie in front of one of the derailed carriages of the train which crashed on Sunday, killing three people. Rescue teams worked through the night to clear the railway line, which resumed operation yesterday.

Thirteen passengers remained in hospital yesterday after sufferi >>>


      AL MENOS CUATRO MUERTOS Y 22 HERIDOS POR LA EXPLOSIÓN DE UNA BOMBA EN BAGDAD
      La Vanguardia, 18-04-2006
      LVD – 18/04/2006 – 0'.52 horas Bagdad. (EFE).– Al menos cuatro personas murieron hoy y otras 22 resultaron heridas en la explosión de una bomba ocurrida en un área del noreste de Bagdad, informaron fuentes policiales. La bomba estalló a primeras horas del día cuando una patrull >>>


      BUSH APOYA LA VÍA DIPLOM'3;TICA CON IR'3;N SIN DESCARTAR LA OPCIÓN MILITAR
      La Vanguardia, 18-04-2006
      LVD – 18/04/2006 – 12.38 horas El embajador iraní en Rusia dice que su país está preparado para la guerra LA VANGUARDIA – 18/04/2006 Irán amenaza con ataques suicidas LA VANGUARDIA – 17/04/2006 Ahmadineyad califica a Israel de «permanente amenaza» y profetiza su d >>>


      BUSH NOMBRA NUEVO DIRECTOR DE PRESUPUESTO Y JEFA DE COMERCIO EXTERIOR
      La Vanguardia, 18-04-2006
      LVD – 18/04/2006 – 17.3' horas Washington. (EFE).– El presidente de Estados Unidos, George W. Bush, designó hoy a Robert Portman director de Presupuesto de la Casa Blanca, y propuso como nueva responsable de Comercio Exterior a Susan Schwab, dentro de una renovación de su gabinete.
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