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      ‘MAFIA BOSS‘ IGNORES QUESTIONING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      By Christian Fraser BBC News, Rome Provenzano has been a fugitive for most of his life The alleged head of the Sicilian Mafia, Bernardo Provenzano, arrested last week, has refused to answer questions in his first official interrogation.

During an eight–minute interview, he gave prosecutors his name, his >>>


      AFRICAN UNION TEAM TO VISIT CHAD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
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      AUSTRALIA BEEFS UP SOLOMONS FORCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
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      BELGIUM PASSES GAY ADOPTION LAW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      The lower house had backed the bill in December The Belgian parliament has voted to grant homosexual couples the right to adopt children.

Senators backed the bill by 34 votes to 33, with two abstentions. Elsewhere in Europe, gay couples are allowed to adopt children in the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden, as wel >>>


      CANADA TRIBES FIGHT OFF EVICTION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Some protesters on the site were prepared for confrontation Indigenous Canadians occupying a construction site on land they claim as their own have rebuffed an overnight police attempt to force them out.

Protesters blocked an approach road to a half–finished housing project in Ontario, burning tyres as p >>>


      CARDINAL BACKS LIMITED CONDOM USE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Cardinal Martini is one of the Church‘s most prominent leaders One of the Roman Catholic Church‘s most distinguished cardinals has publicly backed the use of condoms among married couples to prevent Aids transmission.

Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini said that in couples where one had HIV/Aids, which c >>>


      CASTAWAY ‘WAS THROWN OVERBOARD‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      The man was picked up by chance in international waters A man found floating on a raft between Denmark and Norway says he was thrown overboard from a ship and was adrift for two or three days.

He was picked up by a Norwegian gas tanker on Friday morning in the international waters of the Skagerrak.

Th >>>


      CHERNOBYL VOICES: HANNA SEMENENKO
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Hanna Semenenko, 78 Resident of Chernobyl zone village, Ilyintsk Evacuated to Yahotin, 160km away, but went back Oh God, how they tricked us! They said they were taking us away for three days and they took us to the end of the earth. We handed over everything to the authorities, cows, calves, pigs. We left everything b >>>


      CHERNOBYL VOICES: OLEG RYAZANOV
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Oleg Ryazanov, 45 Control room shift manager Chernobyl nuclear power station reactors 1 and 2 I didn‘t work here when the accident occurred, I worked at a different nuclear power station. I heard the reports as I was taking my baby daughter to my mother–in–law‘s near Odessa, and at first I did n >>>


      CHILDREN AMONG FRENCH GUIANA DEAD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Fourteen people, including 12 children, have been found dead in a village in French Guiana, say police.

"We have to wait for checks but it looks like a poisoning or food poisoning," a police spokesman in Paris said, according to Reuters news agency.

Police went by helicopter to the remote vi >>>


      CHINA REPORTS 12TH BIRD FLU DEATH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      China reported its first human death from the virus late last year A migrant worker has become the 12th Chinese person to die of bird flu.

The official Xinhua news agency says he died in the central city of Wuhan. It is not clear how he contracted the H5N1 bird flu virus. The man had been taken to hospital in >>>


      DEADLY FIRE AT MOSCOW UNIVERSITY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      The building is one of Moscow‘s most famous landmarks Two students have been killed and at least four people injured in a fire at Moscow State University.

The fire broke out in a dormitory on the 12th floor of the university‘s 26–floor central building.

Yevgeny Serebrennikov, deputy >>>


      DEATH OF A NEPALESE PROTESTER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      By Sanjoy Majumder BBC News, Kathmandu The last time Basu Ghimere‘s wife Sunita saw him alive was on Thursday morning.

A small crowd gathered to watch the cremation Mr Ghimere, 32, was heading out to attend the protests against King Gyanendra in the neighbourhood of Kalanki, where he lived.

Hour >>>


      EGYPT INVITES ISRAELI PM TO VISIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Mr Olmert has led since Ariel Sharon‘s stroke in January Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has invited interim Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to visit Cairo, Mr Olmert‘s office has said.

Mr Mubarak extended the invitation during a telephone call between the two leaders, Israeli officials say.
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      ERITREA FOOD AID ‘MAY BE ROTTING‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Eritrea is seeking to reduce its reliance on food aid Food aid donated to drought–hit Eritrea may be rotting in warehouses, diplomats and aid officials have warned.

President Isaias Afewerki insists Eritrea is self–reliant. He has put restrictions on handouts and last month expelled at least three >>>


      ERITREA TARGETING ‘PERMITTED‘ CHURCHES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      "had reportedly been rolled around in oil drums, abused by fellow prisoners, and the women sexually abused." British evangelist Gerald Godson told Reporting Religion that he spent three days in prison before being expelled from the country after he was arrested for handing out Bibles for the permitted Orthodo >>>


      FORMER BRAZIL FOOTBALL COACH DIES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Caribbean More Last Updated: Friday, 21 April 2006, 17:35 GMT 18:35 UK Former Brazil football coach dies Santana‘s attacking style of football is a Brazilian hallmark The former coach of Brazil‘s national football team, Tele Santana, has died at the age of 74.

He had spent the last month in hospita >>>


      HAS NEPAL‘S KING ACTED TOO LATE?
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      By Jill McGivering BBC News King Gyanendra‘s TV address came after weeks of growing pressure Pressure on King Gyanendra to restore democracy and bow to some of the key demands of his political opponents had simply become too great to withstand.

The protests have become passionate and too determined for c >>>


      IRAN LAUNCHES ISLAMIC DRESS DRIVE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Iranian women currently choose to wear a range of styles Authorities in Iran are to crack down on women failing to follow the regime‘s definition of good Islamic dress.

Some 200 extra police are to patrol the streets of Tehran confronting women who reveal ankles, sport thin headscarves or wear short or t >>>


      IRAN SANCTIONS ‘DEPEND ON PROOF‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Russia is helping Iran build a civilian nuclear plant Russia has ruled out sanctions against Iran unless there is proof that its nuclear programme is not peaceful.

Mikhail Kamynin of the foreign ministry said Russia must see "concrete facts" proving Iran‘s non–peaceful activities.

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      IRAQI PM SAYS PARTY WILL DECIDE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      A national unity government is seen as the only way to stop violence Troubled Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari has said it is up to his majority Shia bloc to decide if he should stay on.

Work to form a new coalition government led by his United Iraq Alliance (UIA) has been held up by other parties who accu >>>


      IRAQI PM SAYS PARTY WILL DECIDE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Iraq‘s parliament is due to meet again on Saturday Troubled Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari has indicated that it is up to his majority Shia bloc to decide on Friday if he should stay on.

Work to form a new coalition government led by his United Iraq Alliance (UIA) has been held up by other parties >>>


      IRAQI SHIA BLOC ‘NAMES PM CHOICE‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Maliki‘s reported nomination comes after weeks of deadlock Iraq‘s largest parliamentary bloc, the Shia United Iraq Alliance (UIA), has agreed a new candidate for prime minister, reports from Iraq say.

The group appointed Jawad al–Maliki, the deputy leader of the Daawa party, as its nominee, p >>>


      ISRAEL ‘COULD OCCUPY GAZA AGAIN‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Israel has been shelling Gaza in an attempt to stop Palestinian rockets An Israeli general has said Israel will consider re–occupying part or all of Gaza, if Palestinian militants continue firing rockets across the border.

Gen Yoav Galant said the move would be considered if such attacks reached an intol >>>


      ISRAEL THREATENS MILITANT LEADER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      An Israeli official has threatened to target a Palestinian militant leader who has been nominated by the Hamas–led government to a senior security post.

The nomination of the militant leader Jamal Abu Samhadana did not give him any immunity, the official said.

Mr Samhadana is wanted in Israel fo >>>


      MAN FLUSH WITH CASH AFTER MISHAP
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      A German pensioner flushed 30,000 old Deutschmarks worth Ł10,400 down his toilet, mistakenly thinking that they were worthless, police said.

Luckily for him the notes caused a blockage and a plumber managed to retrieve the sodden currency.

The 64–year–old pensioner had not realised th >>>


      MEETING PAKISTAN‘S TALEBAN CHIEF
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      By Aamer Ahmed Khan BBC News, South Waziristan, Pakistan Haji Omar: ‘We treat all American allies as enemy‘ Not many outside Pakistan‘s troubled tribal zone of Waziristan along the country‘s north–western border with Afghanistan will be familiar with the name of Haji Omar.

But in >>>


      MIGRANTS OCCUPY BELGIAN CHURCHES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Immigrants occupying one church recently called off a hunger strike Asylum seekers across Belgium have occupied 11 churches and a mosque in protest at government plans to reform asylum procedures.

A draft law making it more difficult for immigrants to get work permits is due to be presented to parliament.
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      MILKING THE BENEFIT FROM CAMELS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Camel‘s milk is already widely drunk in many countries Camel‘s milk and other products like camel‘s cheese, ice cream and camel chocolate could soon be hitting the shelves of Western retailers if a United Nations bid to stimulate the rudimentary industry is successful.

It is already widely dr >>>


      NEPAL BRACED FOR FRESH PROTESTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      The protesters are demanding an end to absolute rule The government of Nepal has imposed a new shoot–to–kill curfew in Kathmandu, in the wake of escalating violence between police and protestors.

The curfew, which will remain in force throughout Friday, coincides with a planned rally called by the >>>


      NEPAL KING OFFERS OPPOSITION ROLE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Nepal has seen more than two weeks of anti–monarchy protests Nepal‘s King Gyanendra has called on opposition parties to put forward their candidate for prime minister, after days of protest against him.

In a televised address, he said he would return power to the people, but gave no date for electi >>>


      PAKISTAN ‘KILLS AL–QAEDA SUSPECT‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Pakistan‘s security forces say a suspected senior al–Qaeda militant has been killed in a gun battle in the tribal area bordering Afghanistan.

Abu Marwan al–Suri, believed to be a Saudi national, died after a clash with security forces in Bajaur tribal area, unidentified officials said.
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      PAKISTAN TALEBAN VOW MORE ATTACKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Last Updated: Thursday, 20 April 2006, 20:57 GMT 21:57 UK Pakistan Taleban vow more attacks By Aamer Ahmed Khan BBC News, South Waziristan, Pakistan Haji Omar spent years fighting Soviet troops The head of the Taleban in Pakistan‘s tribal areas has warned that there can be no peace in Afghanistan for as long as U >>>


      POLICEMEN DECAPITATED IN ACAPULCO
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      The dead men‘s bodies were found in another area The severed heads of two Mexican policemen have been found in the resort city of Acapulco at the site of a recent shootout with drug–traffickers.

Both were members of a rapid response unit of the federal Preventative Police which took part in the Jan >>>


      SECURITY TIGHT AS HAITIANS VOTE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      There are 127 seats up for grabs Haitians are going to the polls for a second round of legislative elections.

About ',000 UN peacekeeping troops have been deployed to maintain security. Officials are hoping for a big turnout to give legitimacy to the result. The election of a parliament will allow for the >>>


      TOKYO ENVOY IN SEOUL AMID DISPUTE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Japan‘s actions have sparked an emotional response from Seoul Japan has sent a high–level envoy to South Korea for talks to find a compromise solution amid a stand–off over disputed maritime territory.

Vice Foreign Minister Shotaro Yachi said he hoped the discussions would be "cool&ndash >>>


      TWO HELD OVER GERMAN RACE ATTACK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Ermyas M is a German citizen of Ethiopian origin German police have detained two men in connection with a suspected racist attack which left an Ethiopia–born man seriously injured.

The men, aged 2' and 30, are being held on suspicion of racially–motivated attempted murder.

The 37&ndash >>>


      US AVIATION LEGEND DIES IN CRASH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Mr Crossfield was an aeronautical pioneer A veteran US test pilot who was the first person to fly at twice the speed of sound has died in a plane crash.

Scott Crossfield, 84, was flying a single–engine aircraft when it vanished from radar during a flight from Alabama to Virginia.

The wreckage wa >>>


      US DETAINS 1,200 ILLEGAL MIGRANTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Mr Chertoff said he is getting tough on illegal migrant workers US authorities have arrested almost 1,200 people in what they say is the largest raid of its kind on migrants working illegally in the country.

The alleged illegal immigrants worked for the same crate company and were held in nine different states >>>


      US PROTOCOL CRUMBLES ON HU VISIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      By Jonathan Beale BBC News, Washington It seemed to be going so well. Chinese President Hu Jintao had arrived in the other Washington – State, not DC – happily adapting to his role as the leader of a new global power.

Secret Service staff quickly moved to hush the protester Even his reserve and awk >>>


      US RECOGNISES PRODI POLL VICTORY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      The State Department said it looks forward to working with Mr Prodi The US has recognised the victory of the centre–left coalition in Italy‘s disputed elections.

The Department of State said it looked forward to working with the bloc‘s leader, Romano Prodi, who was declared the winner by Ital >>>


      US SOLDIER KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      An American soldier has been killed and an Afghan soldier wounded after their patrol came under attack in central Afghanistan, the US military says.

The attack occurred while the soldiers were investigating a weapons cache in Uruzgan province, a statement said.

Militants, often claiming to be members >>>


      VIOLENCE HITS SRI LANKA PORT TOWN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      There have been a series of attacks in recent days At least three security personnel and a civilian have been killed in the port town of Trincomalee in north–eastern Sri Lanka, officials say.

The civilian died in violence after two mine blasts killed the security men.

Recent weeks have seen freq >>>


      ZIMBABWE ‘ASKS FARMERS TO RETURN‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 21-04-2006
      Many farms were wrecked when occupied by government supporters Zimbabwe‘s white farmers say they have been invited to apply for land in an apparent U–turn by the government which has seized their land.

All but 300 of the 4,000 white farmers have been forced off their land since President Robert Mug >>>


      AUTHORITIES AT SEA OVER SMUGGLING OF IMMIGRANTS
      Kathimerin, 21-04-2006
      Gangs getting more sophistocated Improving weather in the Aegean may be a good omen for the tourism industry, but coast guards are dreading the influx of thousands of boats into Greek waters, authorities told Kathimerini as part of an investigation into people smuggling.

Coast guard officers said that smuggler >>>


      FEEBLE REGISTRY DOOMS FORESTS
      Kathimerin, 21-04-2006
      Greece‘s forests remain exposed to developers who illegally build on public property as the government has failed to prepare an adequate land register to protect the natural resource.

Industry experts told Kathimerini yesterday that the Greek Constitution obliges the state to protect forests by recording >>>


      GREECE IS CLAIMING TSIPOURO
      Kathimerin, 21-04-2006
      The alcoholic drink tsipouro may soon follow in the steps of feta cheese and become an exclusively Greek product after New Democracy MEP Yiannis Glavakis submitted a request in Brussels recently calling for the drink to be produced only in Greece.

Glavakis told Kathimerini yesterday that he handed in the amend >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 21-04-2006
      TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS Parts of central Athens off–limits today due to Easter celebrations Traffic police will cordon off parts of central Athens today and tomorrow due to Easter Church celebrations. From 5 p.m. today parts of Kolonaki Square, Mitropoleos Street and Syntagma Square will be blocked off, while restri >>>


      NO STING IN THE TAIL AS SWARM OF BEES TAMED
      Kathimerin, 21-04-2006
      A beekeeper rescued motorists and emergency workers who had to flee the scene of a crash near Thessaloniki when thousands of bees escaped from a truck which was transporting them, police said yesterday.

The accident happened in Diavata, on the old Thessaloniki–Edessa national road, late on Wednesday nigh >>>


      PILGRIMS KEPT OFF MT ATHOS
      Kathimerin, 21-04-2006
      Hundreds of pilgrims and priests intending to visit the monastic community of Mount Athos for the Greek Orthodox Easter weekend were yesterday stranded at the ports of Ouranoupolis and Ierissos as protesting fishermen from Halkidiki used their boats to block the main access points to the monasteries from the sea.
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      TRAFFIC JAMS ONLY SNAG IN MASS EASTER ESCAPE
      Kathimerin, 21-04-2006
      P.SAITAS/ANA Cars queue at the Elefsina tollgates yesterday as masses of Athenians left the city to enjoy their Easter break. Travelers will see mixed weather today, with some rain expected in central and northern Greece.

Hundreds of thousands of Easter holidaymakers leaving cities around Greece yesterday for >>>


      AL MENOS TRES IRAQUÍES MUERTOS Y ONCE POLICÍAS HERIDOS EN LOS ÚLTIMOS INCIDENTES VIOLENTOS EN BAGDAD
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LVD – 21/04/2006 – 0'.18 horas Actualizada: 21/04/2006 10.30 horas Bagdad. (EP/AP). Al menos once policías resultaron heridos, algunos de ellos de gravedad, en dos atentados con bomba en el barrio de Al Qasidiya, según fuentes de la policía.

Las fuentes explicaron que la primera >>>


      ARGENTINA SE APRESURA A DAR LOS PAPELES A UNOS 750.000 INMIGRANTES LATINOAMERICANOS
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      El plan quiere blanquear una situación fuente de mano de obra barata y libre de impuestos El Ejecutivo argentino quieren legalizar a los inmigrantes procedentes de Latinoamérica para poner fin a un trabajo barato que no contribuye a las arcas del Estado. La tarea se complicará, porquemuchos extranjeros c >>>


      BERLUSCONI RECURRIR'3; PARA CONSEGUIR UN NUEVO RECUENTO DE LOS VOTOS ANULADOS
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      El primer ministro saliente sigue sin reconocer la derrota LVD – 21/04/2006 – 15.36 horas Roma. (EUROPA PRESS).– El presidente del Gobierno saliente, Silvio Berlusconi, se resiste a admitir su derrota y anunció que presentará un recurso ante el Tribunal Administrativo para pedir un nuevo con >>>


      BERLUSCONI SE RESISTE A ADMITIR EN PÚBLICO LA VICTORIA DE PRODI PESE AL FALLO DEL SUPREMO
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      El primer ministro saliente busca deslegitimar al futuro gobierno, sostienen los analistas La confirmación por parte del Tribunal Supremo de Italia de la victoria del centroizquierda en las elecciones noha motivado un cambio de actitud del primer ministro saliente, Silvio Berlusconi, que aún no ha acatado en >>>


      BUSH FELICITA A PRODI POR SU TRIUNFO ELECTORAL
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LVD – 21/04/2006 – 18.35 horas Roma. (EFE).– El presidente estadounidense, George W.

Bush, telefoneó hoy al líder del centroizquierda italiano, Romano Prodi, para felicitarle por su victoria en las elecciones generales del ' y 10 de abril, informó hoy la coalición la U >>>


      BUSH PIDE A HU M'3;S LIBERTAD EN CHINA
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      Bush pide a Hu más libertad en China Una manifestante desluce con sus gritos de protesta la pompa de la Casa Blanca El presidente de Estados Unidos, George W. Bush, pidió ayer a su homólogo chino, HuJintao, queacompańeel desarrollo económico de su país con la apertura política y el re >>>


      BUTEFLIKA RECIBE TRATAMIENTO MÉDICO EN FRANCIA
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 21/04/2006 Ap y Reuters Abdelaziz Buteflika, presidente de Argelia, ingresó ayer en una clínica militar francesa para someterse a un control de la operación de úlcera que se le practicó en diciembre. Aunque las autoridades francesas conocían el viaje, Buteflika ha sid >>>


      CIEN MIL PERSONAS DESAFÍAN LOS DISPAROS DE LA POLICÍA DEL REY GYANENDRA EN KATMANDÚ
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      La protesta contra el aislado monarca costó ayer tres muertos y decenas de heridos Másdecienmilpersonasdesafiaron el toque de queda y salieronayerala calleenKatmandúysusalrededores.

Losdisparos de la policía causaron tres muertos y decenas de heridos. EldesprestigiodelreyGyanendra no tiene >>>


      DETENIDOS DOS COLABORADORES DE RATKO MLADIC
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 21/04/2006 Efe La policía serbia ha detenido a un coronel retirado del ejército y a su hijo, presuntos cómplices del ex jefe militar serbio Ratko Mladic. El Gobierno de Belgrado pretende capturar a Mladic antes del 30 de abril, cuando termina el plazo concedido por la UE para que se >>>


      EL PENT'3;GONO HACE PÚBLICA POR IMPERATIVO LEGAL UNA LISTA DE 558 PRESOS DE GUANT'3;NAMO
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      El australiano David Hicks, que combatió en Afganistán contra EE. UU.
2 min Desgloses Londres autorizó torturas a detenidos Infográficos El Pentágono hace pública por imperativo legal una lista de 558 presos de Guantánamo El Pentágono hace pública por imperativo legal un >>>


      EL REY GYANENDRA DE NEPAL ENTREGA EL PODER
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LVD – 21/04/2006 – 15.30 horas Katmandú. (EFE).– El rey Gyanendra de Nepal anunció por televisión que transfiere "al pueblo" el poder que hasta ahora ejercía de forma absoluta.

En los últimos 16 días se han producido masivas protestas en las calles de N >>>


      HU JINTAO RECONOCE QUE "SIN DEMOCRACIA NO HABR'3; MODERNIZACIÓN" EN CHINA
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 21/04/2006 ble del territorio chino". Hu Jintao prometió trabajar de forma pacífica a favor de la unificación pero lanzó una seria advertencia: "Nunca permitiremos a nadie que haga separarse a Taiwán de China".

Dos horas después, en el despacho >>>


      ISLAMABAD ANUNCIA LA MUERTE DE UN LÍDER AL QAEDA EN EL OESTE DE PAKIST'3;N
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LVD – 21/04/2006 – 08.23 horas Islamabad. (EFE).– Las fuerzas de seguridad paquistaníes han matado a Abú Marwan Al Suri, uno de los hombres más buscados y supuesto responsable de las operaciones de Al Qaeda en la zona de Waziristán, en el oeste del país, informó hoy el ma >>>


      LA ALIANZA UNIDA IRAQUÍ PRESENTA A YAUAD MALIKI COMO NUEVO CANDIDATO A PRIMER MINISTRO
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LVD – 21/04/2006 – 18.58 horas Bagdad. (EFE).– La Alianza Unida Iraquí (AUI, chií), decidió presentar a Yauad Al Malki como candidato a primer ministro en lugar del jefe de gobierno saliente, Ibrahim Yafari, según informó el canal de televisión iraquí Furat.

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      LA RENUNCIA DE AL YAFARI FACILITA UN GOBIERNO DE UNIDAD EN IRAQ
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      Los chiíes presentarán un candidato de consenso a primer ministro Ibrahim Al Yafari, primer ministro en funciones de Iraq, renunció ayer a una segunda postulación y allanó el terreno para la formación de un gobierno de unidad nacional, imprescindible para que se produzca un descenso de la >>>


      MARRUECOS ADMITIR'3; A INMIGRANTES DE OTROS PAÍSES EXPULSADOS DE ESPAŃA PARA SU REPATRIACIÓN
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LVD – 21/04/2006 – 17.20 horas Madrid. (EFE).– Marruecos ha afirmado su voluntad de readmitir, para su posterior repatriación, a los inmigrantes de terceros países que expulsa Espańa, adonde llegan de forma ilegal desde territorio marroquí.

Las readmisiones de inmigrantes >>>


      AUTOS DE CHOQUE
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      ANTONI PUIGVERD – 21/04/2006 El nuevo capítulo de la azarosa vida del Govern tripartito se está leyendo, inevitablemente, desde el ruidoso partidismo. Lo que para unos es un nuevo impulso, para otros es la enésima chapuza. Unos y otros darán mil estridentes vueltas a esa noria argumental y, un >>>


      BL'3;ZQUEZ CREE QUE LA PAZ VA "AFIANZ'3;NDOSE" EN EUSKADI
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 21/04/2006 Agencias. MADRID El presidente de la Conferencia Episcopal y obispo de Bilbao, Ricardo Blázquez, dijo ayer que, tras unos instantes de duda, a causa de experiencias "frustradas" del pasado, la esperanza de que haya paz en el País Vasco "va tomando cuerpo, va afi >>>


      DEL APARATO DEL PARTIDO AL NÚCLEO DURO DEL GOVERN
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      Se tomó al pie de la letra el ejercicio de sus cargos firmando unas polémicas cartas XAVIER VENDRELL, (ERC) – 21/04/2006 Con el ascenso de Xavier Vendrell (San Joan Despí, 1'66) a la Conselleria de Governació i Administracions Públiques, donde sustituye a Joan Carretero, Esquerra Repu >>>


      EL FISCAL PIDE PROCESAR A CARRETERO POR CONCEDER LICENCIAS DE OBRA ARBITRARIAS COMO ALCALDE DE PUIGCERDŔ
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      La causa, que fue remitida al TSJC, será enviada a un juzgado de la Cerdanya al perder la condición de aforado como conseller LVD – 21/04/2006 – 14.37 horas Barcelona. (EFE).– La fiscalía pidió ayer al Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Catalunya (TSJC) el procesamiento del entonces >>>


      EL GOBIERNO APROBAR'3; EN MAYO ENVIAR UN CONTINGENTE MILITAR DE REFUERZO A AFGANIST'3;N
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      La vicepresidenta De la Vega admite que los últimos incidentes han obligado al Ejecutivo a replantearse la situación LA VANGUARDIA – 21/04/2006 Agencias. MADRID El Gobierno aprobará próximamente el envío de un contingente para reforzar la seguridad de los 540 soldados espańoles desti >>>


      EL GOBIERNO RESTA PROTAGONISMO A LA MEDIACIÓN INTERNACIONAL EN EL PROCESO DE PAZ EN EUSKADI
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      De la Vega reclama de Rajoy "no un cheque en blanco, pero sí un voto de confianza" La vicepresidenta De la Vega descartó ayer las especulaciones y aseguró que el proceso depazenelPaísVascoquepuededesencadenar el alto el fuego de ETA se gestionará "en este país", con lo >>>


      EL SUEŃO ETERNO DEL ETERNO ASPIRANTE
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      Su larga trayectoria al frente de la política cultural de Barcelona le vale el ascenso a la conselleria FERRAN MASCARELL, (PSC) – 21/04/2006 La trayectoria política de Ferran Mascarell Canalda (Sant Just Desvern,
1'51) a lo largo de los últimos veinte ańos parecía predestinarle pa >>>


      ERC CONSIDERA LEGITIMADA SU DISCREPANCIA SOBRE EL ESTATUT E ICV CRITICA LA INOPORTUNIDAD DEL CAMBIO
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      Carod y Saura coinciden en que la remodelación garantiza que el Govern agotará la legislatura Los socios minoritarios del Govern, ERC e ICV, acogieron de forma desigual la remodelación realizada por Pasqual Maragall. ERC considera legitimada su discrepancia sobre el Estatut eICVno esconde su malestar por >>>


      IBARRETXE ASEGURA QUE LOS ACUERDOS ENTRE LOS PARTIDOS VASCOS "NO LOS VAN A CEPILLAR LAS CORTES"
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      El lehendakari dice que dichos acuerdos serían incorporados a la normativa jurídica sólo después de someterlos a consulta LVD – 21/04/2006 – 12.14 horas Vitoria. (EFE).– El lehendakari, Juan José Ibarretxe, aseguró hoy que los pactos políticos sobre el futuro del Pa& >>>


      LA FISCALÍA NO TIENE DATOS PARA ATRIBUIR EXTORSIÓN A VENDRELL POR LAS CARTAS DE ERC
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LVD – 21/04/2006 – 16.03 horas Barcelona. (EUROPA PRESS).– El fiscal jefe del Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Catalunya (TSJC), José María Mena, admitió hoy que "en este momento, la Fiscalía no tiene datos para afirmar" que se haya producido una supuesta extorsión p >>>


      LOS SEIS NUEVOS CONSELLERS DEL GOVERN TOMAN POSESIÓN DEL CARGO
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LVD – 21/04/2006 – 10.56 horas Barcelona. (Agencias). Los seis nuevos consellers nombrados ayer por el presidente de la Generalitat han tomado posesión de sus cargos esta mańana en el Palau de la Generalitat.

Ferran Mascarell, Jordi William Carnes, Jordi Valls, Xavier Vendrell, Manel Balc >>>


      MARAGALL PACTA CON ERC EL CAMBIO DE GOVERN PARA EVITAR ELECCIONES ANTICIPADAS
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      La sustitución de Carretero por Vendrell desata una tormenta política FALTA TITULO 21/04/2006 Vanguardia (14) El president Maragall oficializó ayer el cambio de seis consellersdelGovernyconsolidó el tripartito hasta el final de la legislatura. ERCpactóconel president el cambio con la condici >>>


      OVNI PERDIDO EN UN AGUJERO NEGRO
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      FRANCESC–MARC '3;LVARO – 21/04/2006 Tanto le gustaba la política italiana a Pasqual Maragall que una vez llegó a presidente de la Generalitat decidió superarla y le ha salido la política marciana, de Marte quiero decir. Ayer, su ovni salió definitivamente de todas las rutas i >>>


      PERSISTE LA FALTA DE ACUERDO EN EL ESTATUTO ANDALUZ
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 21/04/2006 Agencias El PSOE y el PP andaluz parecen lejos de llegar al acuerdo en la reforma del Estatuto de Andalucía. El líder regional del PP, Javier Arenas, envió ayer al presidente de la Junta, Manuel Chaves, un decálogo para intentar acercar posturas con vistas a la reuni >>>


      SANZ ASEGURA ANTE RAJOY QUE EL GOBIERNO HA PACTADO CON ETA CESIONES SOBRE NAVARRA
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 21/04/2006 Agencias. PAMPLONA El presidente del Gobierno de Navarra y de UPN, Miguel Sanz, aseguró ayer, tras reunirse con el líder del PP, Mariano Rajoy, que ha constatado la "voluntad" de la presidencia del Gobierno de Espańa de, "a través de subterfugios, hace >>>


      TRIPARTITO O MUERTE
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      JORDI BARBETA – 21/04/2006 La crisis es fruto de la inseguridad del tripartito consigo mismo. Maragall y los demás han interiorizado el discurso de sus adversarios de CiU que piden cada día elecciones anticipadas si el Govern no es capaz de defender el Estatut como un solo hombre o como una sola mujer. >>>


      ZAPATERO Y MERKEL RELANZAN LA RELACIÓN BILATERAL PESE A MANTENER LAS DIFERENCIAS SOBRE LA OPA
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      El presidente recuerda a la canciller que sólo Espańa y el Reino Unido tienen el mercado liberalizado Hubo coincidencias y se hilvanó una alianza futura para empujarelprocesodeconstrucción europea, pero la polémica sobrelaopadeE. ONsobreEndesatambiénplaneósobrelareunión.

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      ZAPATERO: "MEJOR NI LO COMENTAMOS"
      La Vanguardia, 21-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 21/04/2006 "Esto, mejor, ni lo comentamos", cortó ayer Zapatero cuando Joan Herrera le preguntó por la crisis del Govern. La vicepresidenta Fernández de la Vega sí dijo que el cambio no entorpecerá "en absoluto" la tramitación del Estatut, y lo equ >>>


      356 SUISSES FICHÉS DANS SCHENGEN
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      Co$';ts des universités: enfin des chiffres, ŕ manier avec la plus extręme précaution 356 Suisses fichés dans Schengen L‘affaire des Pilatus boycottés par Ankara embarrasse Berne Le président de Swisscom sera l‘orateur du Grütli SUISSE Le Temps I Suisse I Artic >>>


      A QUI PROFITERA LE MATCH SWISSCOM–SSR?
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      Anouch Seydtaghia Vendredi 21 avril 2006 La publicité a de quoi faire sourire. «Cher client Swisscom, optez d';s ŕ présent pour Swisscom.» Une traduction bien hasardeuse de l‘allemand, pourrait–on d‘abord penser.

Placardée partout en Suisse, l‘aff >>>


      ABC MET SES SÉRIES EN LIGNE
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      MEDIAS. «Alias» et «Lost» sur Internet. La lecture de ce texte (850 caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos abonnés en ligne. S‘abonner ŕ l‘édition en ligne pour 16 CHF par mois. Permet de consulter tous les articles du jour, les éditions PDF et ePa >>>


      ANALYSE. SWISSCOM OU LE TRIOMPHE DE LA PEUR
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      Analyse. Pierre Veya Vendredi 21 avril 2006 La privatisation totale de Swisscom (SCMN.VX) est compromise pour de mauvaises raisons politiques. Hans–Rudolf Merz a beau répéter ses intentions: sous la Coupole bernoise, une majorité est convaincue que la vente des actions de Swisscom a peu de chances >>>


      ASTROPHYSIQUE L‘AVIS DE L‘EXPERT. IL Y A MILLE ANS, EXPLOSAIT LA SUPERNOVA LA PLUS LUMINEUSE DE L‘HISTOIRE
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      D';s le 28 avril 1006, une supernova aussi brillante que le quart du disque lunaire a été observée par des moines et des astronomes ŕ Saint–Gall, en Chine et en Egypte. Ses restes ont été identifiés en 1'76, et sont riches d‘enseignements.

André M >>>


      BRUXELLES AUTORISE LE PREMIER GÉNÉRIQUE BIOTECH
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      MEDICAMENTS. L‘Union européenne prend de l‘avance sur les Etats–Unis. Succ';s pour Sandoz.

Le Temps Vendredi 21 avril 2006 La Commission européenne a annoncé jeudi l‘autorisation sur le marché européen d‘un premier médicament génériq >>>


      CANNES 2006 JOUE LA CARTE DE LA CURIOSITÉ
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      Wong Kar–Wai, président du Jury. Photo: Keystone. CINEMA. Du 17 au 28 mai, la Croisette présentera une sélection surprenante. Thierry Jobin Vendredi 21 avril 2006 Quel ménage! L‘équipe du directeur artistique Thierry Frémaux a annihilé, jeudi en conférence de presse, >>>


      CINDY NE FAIT PLUS L‘UNANIMITÉ
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      TELEREALITE. Sur M6, l‘apprentie chanteuse neuchâteloise a failli ętre évincée.

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      CONSACRER DU TEMPS Ŕ L‘ÉDUCATION D‘UN CHIEN
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      Marc–Etienne Lavanchy, Pully (VD) Vendredi 21 avril 2006 Faisant suite ŕ votre éditorial du 13 avril, on ne peut que conclure une fois de plus que notre directoire s‘av';re de plus en plus inefficace dans tous les domaines suite ŕ ses divisions partisanes sur tous les sujets important >>>


      CORÉE ICI, CORÉE LŔ, CORÉE PARTOUT
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      VISIBILITE. Autrefois discret, le Pays du Matin calme est de plus en plus présent en Suisse. Grâce ŕ ses téléphones, voitures ou TV, mais aussi ŕ ses touristes.

La lecture de ce texte (4753 caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos abonnés en ligne.

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      COŰTS DES UNIVERSITÉS: ENFIN DES CHIFFRES, Ŕ MANIER AVEC LA PLUS EXTRĘME PRÉCAUTION
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      HAUTES ECOLES . La comptabilité analytique, mise en place ŕ partir de 1''', ne permet pas encore une comparaison entre universités et EPF. Mais elle documente l‘importance accordée ŕ la recherche et la pauvreté des sciences humaines.

Sylvie Arsever Vendredi 21 av >>>


      CRÉER PLUTÔT QUE BRŰLER
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      Raymond Tschumi, Lausanne Vendredi 21 avril 2006 Pour faire suite au remarquable article de Jacques–Simon Eggly dans Le Temps du 28 mars, j‘aimerais ajouter ce qui suit. Contre les irresponsables qui, comme l‘incendiaire Daniel de Roulet, propagent avec succ';s leurs idéologies destructri >>>


      DUMPING SALARIAL OU PAS?
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      LIBRE CIRCULATION. Rapport du Secrétariat d‘Etat ŕ l‘économie. Le Temps Vendredi 21 avril 2006 Les mesures d‘accompagnement ŕ la libre circulation des personnes avec l‘Union européenne font leurs preuves, ressort–il d‘un rapport rendu public jeudi par le Secr >>>


      DÉSTABILISÉE, L‘EGLISE VAUDOISE S‘ACCROCHE Ŕ SES CURES
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      VAUD. Alors que l‘Etat vaudois s‘appręte ŕ vendre 18 de ses 156 cures, l‘Eglise réformée refuse ŕ un pasteur le droit d‘habiter hors du presbyt';re La lecture de ce texte (4248 caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos abonnés en ligne.

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      EMMI VISE UNE CROISSANCE DE 10% PAR AN Ŕ L‘ÉTRANGER
      Le Temps, 21-04-2006
      PRODUITS LAITIERS. Les ventes du leader suisse devraient stagner sur le marché indig';ne.

Thomas Thöni, Zurich Vendredi 21 avril 2006 L‘avenir d‘Emmi (EMMN.S) passe par l‘Europe et le continent américain.

«Pour les cinq années ŕ venir, nous pr&# >>>



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