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      ‘BIN LADEN‘ ACCUSES WEST – EXCERPTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      A tape attributed to Osama Bin Laden has accused the West of waging a war against Islam.

The following are excerpts from the recording broadcast by al–Jazeera Arab satellite TV on Sunday.

On the Palestinians Their [the West‘s] opposition to Hamas has confirmed that it is a Crusader–Z >>>


      ‘TAMIL REBELS‘ SHOT IN SRI LANKA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Sri Lankan troops are often attacked by rebels Two suspected members of Sri Lanka‘s Tamil Tiger rebel group have been killed in the east of the country.

The deaths, in the coastal town of Batticaloa, came after rebels were blamed for the deaths of six villagers from Sri Lanka‘s Sinhalese community. >>>


      AFGHAN PLANE CRASHES ‘INTO HOMES‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
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      AID SENT TO PERU VOLCANO EVACUEES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      A dome of incandescent lava is building, experts say Peruvian authorities have been sending aid to hundreds of evacuees after declaring a state of emergency in the area near the erupting Ubinas volcano.

Gas and cinder began spewing from the 5,672–metre (18,60'–ft) volcano in southern Peru three >>>


      AMSTERDAM MAYOR‘S GAY RIGHTS PLEA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Gay rights demonstrators defied a ban in Warsaw last year The mayor of Amsterdam has written to his counterparts in eight other European capitals, calling on them to uphold gay rights.

In his letter, Job Cohen warns that intolerance against homosexuals is on the increase.

The Netherlands introduced ga >>>


      AT A GLANCE: MOUSSAOUI DEFENCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      A day–by–day account of the Zacarias Moussaoui‘s sentencing trial, summarising the key events and testimonies presented by the defence.

THURSDAY 20 APRIL Summary: The defence completes the presentation of its argument that Moussaoui is mentally ill and should therefore not face the death pena >>>


      BIN LADEN CALL FALLS ON DEAF EARS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      If the tape is genuine, it is Bin Laden‘s first message since January A call attributed to Osama Bin Laden for Islamic holy war in Sudan and other Muslim states has been disowned by the Sudanese government and Hamas.

US intelligence believes the audio tape aired by an Arab TV channel is genuine, making i >>>


      BRUSSELS PROTEST OVER MP3 MURDER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Police said 80,000 people joined the silent demonstration About 80,000 people have taken part in a silent march in Brussels to protest over the murder of a teenager who refused to give thieves his MP3 player.

Many marchers laid flowers at the central station in tribute to Joe Van Holsbeeck, 17, who died on 12 >>>


      CAN A NEW GOVERNMENT RESCUE IRAQ?
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Jim Muir BBC News, Baghdad More than four months after general elections for the country‘s first full–term parliament since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, Iraq at last has a new prime minister designate, Jawad al–Maliki.

Sectarian tension has been a catalyst for violence in Iraq While there >>>


      CHERNOBYL‘S UNSETTLING LEGACY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      By Bridget Kendall BBC News, Chernobyl, Ukraine Bridget Kendall returns to Chernobyl 20 years after the nuclear disaster to find an eerie and unsettling view.

I well remember the spring of 1'86, the year the Chernobyl disaster happened. The abandoned city of Pripyat – a frozen reminder I was in Mosco >>>


      CHINESE LEADER BEGINS AFRICA TOUR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
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      CLASHES AT EGYPT JUDICIAL PROTEST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Judges have become figureheads for the reform movement Egyptian police have broken up a pro–reform protest at the Judges‘ Syndicate in Cairo, beating one senior judge and detaining 15 protesters.

Fifty judges have been holding a sit–in at their headquarters to protest against the prosecution >>>


      DIRTY CAR OWNERS FACE MOSCOW FINE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      By James Rodgers BBC News, Moscow Wash Me: dirvers disagree on what should be classed as "dirty" Drivers in Moscow are currently facing what the city authorities have declared "clean car month".

Many cars have been out of use over the harsh winter. But motorists who fail to ensure that thei >>>


      DUTCH JUDGE REJECTS REFUGEE BID
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Taida Pasic and her family fled war–torn Kosovo in 1''' An 18–year–old Kosovan refugee who gained support from the Dutch public for her bid to stay in the country has lost her final court battle.

Taida Pasic arrived in the Netherlands with her family after the war in Kosovo in 1&# >>>


      DUTCH TRADER ON LIBERIA CHARGES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      By Geraldine Coughlan BBC News, The Hague "Blood timber" is said to have fuelled the conflict in Liberia A Dutch timber trader accused of arms trafficking in Liberia is on trial for war crimes in The Netherlands.

Guus Kouwenhoven, 63, is charged with breaking a United Nations embargo for allegedly tr >>>


      EVACUATIONS AS DANUBE DAMS BURST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Villagers have had to pack up their belongings to leave home About 1,500 people in flood–hit southern Romania have been forced to flee their homes after the Danube river burst through defences.

The water broke through despite efforts to reinforce the dams near the villages of Bistret and Oltina.

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      EX–GUANTANAMO FRENCH ‘FACE TRIAL‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Nizar Sassi was held for two years in Guantanamo Bay Six French former inmates of the US prison in Guantanamo Bay face terrorism charges in Paris, reports say.

They are to stand trial in May charged with "associating with criminals in relation to a terrorist enterprise", according to the AFP news age >>>


      EX–ZIMBABWE MP SEEKS ASYLUM IN SA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Roy Bennett was released from prison last year for assaulting a minister Former Zimbabwe opposition MP Roy Bennett is seeking political asylum in South Africa, his party says.

He went into hiding last month after reports that police were looking for him in connection with an alleged plot to kill President Robe >>>


      EXPERTS EXAMINE ‘ANTI–AIDS GEL‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      By Martin Plaut BBC News Aids campaigners marched to mark the start of the conference An international conference opening on Sunday in South Africa aims to develop a revolutionary technology to curb the spread of HIV and Aids.

More than 1,000 scientists will gather in Cape Town over the next four days to study >>>


      FRESH CURFEW IN NEPALESE CAPITAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Protesters continued demonstrating despite Sunday‘s curfew A new curfew has been imposed on Nepal‘s capital Kathmandu in an attempt to stop further anti–monarchy protests.

The seven–hour measure came into force at 1100 (0515 GMT) as the country entered its 1'th day of demonstrations >>>


      GRENADE ATTACK IN KASHMIR POLLS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Security is tight in the elections Four people, including three policemen, have been injured in a grenade attack on a polling station in Indian–controlled Kashmir, police say.

Police blamed suspected militants for the attack in Pattan. But locals said supporters of a candidate standing in state by– >>>


      HUNGARY SOCIALISTS WIN NEW TERM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Prime Minister Gyurcsany celebrates with his wife Dobrev Klara With '8% of votes counted Hungary‘s ruling Socialists have won a second term in office, according to national election commission results.

The governing coalition has taken 210 of the 386 parliamentary seats. Viktor Orban, leader of the m >>>


      I‘M A BIT BORING, ADMITS DUTCH PM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Mr Balkenende succeeded Wim Kok as Dutch premier Netherlands Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende has admitted he may be "a bit boring" but added that this was not necessarily a bad thing.

Speaking at a meeting of his Christian Democrat party in the town of Hoorn, Mr Balkenende conceded that "a b >>>


      IRAN NUCLEAR WORK ‘IRREVERSIBLE‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Iran claims it has struck a deal to enrich uranium with Russia Iran has called its uranium enrichment work "irreversible", days before a UN deadline for the programme to stop.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi also said demands for Iran to suspend its nuclear research work were "not on >>>


      IRAN RULES OUT IRAQ TALKS WITH US
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
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      ISRAELIS SHOOT DEAD GAZA MILITANT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Militants threatened revenge after Sunday‘s deaths Israeli troops have shot dead an armed Palestinian militant near the border with Gaza.

The Israeli military said small arms and tank fire were used against the man after he shot at an army patrol near the fence surrounding the Gaza Strip.

The ma >>>


      JURORS TO DECIDE MOUSSAOUI‘S FATE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Moussaoui has said he wished it was 11 September every day Jurors in the trial of al–Qaeda plotter Zacarias Moussaoui are set to hear the final legal arguments before adjourning to decide whether he will live or die.

The jurors at the trial in Virginia have the choice of execution or life in jail for Mou >>>


      MAKING FRIENDS IN LAWLESS LANDS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      By Alastair Leithead BBC News, Qalat, Afghanistan Strolling through the bazaar, smiling, waving and stopping to chat, Lt Gen Karl Eikenberry, the head of the US–led coalition forces in Afghanistan, was making a point.

The general wanted to show things were getting better in Qalat The sun was setting over >>>


      MALDIVES FISHERMEN IN DRUGS HAUL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Locals are said to have been concerned by the size of the cache A group of fishermen in The Maldives got more than they bargained for when they reeled in the country‘s largest ever drugs haul, local media reports.

The lobster catchers found 1,6'7 plastic bags packed with cannabis in a lagoon, Haveeru >>>


      MAOIST REBELS STORM NEPALESE TOWN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Rebels have launched an attack on the Nepalese town of Chautara, about 100km (60 miles) east of Kathmandu, sparking a battle with security forces.

Hundreds of Maoists stormed the town and fought for six hours, attacking government offices and a prison, an official told Reuters news agency.

Communicati >>>


      MOTIVE BEHIND BIN LADEN‘S MESSAGE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      The BBC‘s security correspondent Gordon Corera assesses what motivated the latest audio tape attributed to Osama Bin Laden, and looks for other clues in the message.

As with many of his previous messages, this latest tape from Osama Bin Laden is targeted at dual audiences – public opinion in the We >>>


      MOUSSAOUI: FAILED PLOTTER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      A US jury has ruled that confessed al–Qaeda plotter Zacarias Moussaoui is eligible for the death penalty. It will now consider whether to impose that sentence.

The BBC‘s Adam Brookes in Washington looks at the background to the case. Moussaoui‘s journey to radicalism may have begun in Britain >>>


      NEW ORLEANS MAYOR FACES RUN–OFF
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Ray Nagin (left) had a comfortable lead over Mitch Landrieu New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin is to face challenger Mitch Landrieu in a run–off after a mayoral poll considered crucial to the hurricane–hit city‘s future.

Mr Nagin, criticised by some for his response to Hurricane Katrina last August, >>>


      OPPOSITION SEEK TO FOCUS NEPAL PROTESTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      By Sanjoy Majumder BBC News, Kathmandu Key opposition leaders will address the protesters An alliance of opposition parties in Nepal has called for the biggest display of anti–monarchy protests in the capital, Kathmandu, on Tuesday, setting up a showdown with King Gyanendra.

Rallies are to be held along >>>


      PHILIPPINES CHARGES 4' ‘FOR COUP‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      By Sarah Toms BBC News, Manila Gloria Arroyo survived an impeachment attempt last year The Philippine justice department has charged 4' people with rebellion over an alleged coup plot against President Gloria Arroyo in February.

They are accused of involvement in a bid to replace her with a military– >>>


      POLICE HUNT LEONE ‘KILLER CHIMPS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Bruno, the alpha male, is said to be large, powerful and wary of visitors Police in Sierra Leone are on the hunt for a group of chimpanzees, who escaped from their wildlife sanctuary after a fatal attack on construction workers.

Armed reinforcements are combing the area after a Sierra Leonean died and two Amer >>>


      Q&A: SADDAM ON TRIAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Saddam Hussein is on trial in Iraq facing charges that include murder and torture.

How is Saddam Hussein being tried? The former Iraqi leader is being tried along with others by Iraq‘s Special Tribunal (IST). The trial is being held inside Baghdad‘s fortress–like Green Zone in a heavily guard >>>


      SADDAM ‘APPROVED DEATH WARRANTS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Saddam Hussein and his seven co–defendants are present in court The trial of Saddam Hussein has heard a report by more handwriting experts confirming he signed documents ordering the killing of 148 Shia villagers.

The court has already heard from some experts that the former Iraqi dictator signed the pap >>>


      SECURITY HIGH AT SOLOMONS MEETING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Foreign troops are among those trying to restore order Hundreds of police and soldiers surrounded the Solomon Islands parliament, for its first meeting since the outbreak of violence last week.

The election of Snyder Rini as prime minister last Tuesday triggered riots over claims that either China or Taiwan ha >>>


      SHOOT–OUT AT PALESTINIAN MINISTRY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Hamas gunmen were summoned to assist the health minister Bodyguards of the Hamas health minister have exchanged fire with gunmen at the health ministry in Gaza City.

Three people were injured in the confrontation. It seems the gunmen were seeking better treatment for a hospital patient, a BBC correspondent say >>>


      SIX DIE IN BAGHDAD BOMB ATTACKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      The first bomb of the day targeted police near an Iraqi ministry At least six people have been killed in a series of car bomb attacks in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

The first explosion, killing three, apparently targeted a police patrol as it passed near the health ministry.

Twenty–five people w >>>


      SIX DIE IN CAMEROON PLANE CRASH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      The nationality of the crew is not yet known Six people have died after a cargo plane crashed in Cameroon after failing to land at an airport in Ndjamena, capital of neighbouring Chad.

The Ukrainian aircraft had been chartered by Libya to fly food and medical aid to Chad.

It crashed into a riverbank a >>>


      STRIKE BRINGS BANGLADESH TO HALT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Police charge protesters in Dhaka during Sunday‘s strike Bangladesh has been brought to a virtual standstill by the second general strike in a week. There have been clashes in the capital, Dhaka.

The strike was called by the Awami League and 13 allies in the opposition. They are pressing the government t >>>


      TIMELINE: THE SEARCH FOR BIN LADEN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Osama Bin Laden: Top of Washington‘s ‘Most Wanted‘ list Since the 11 September 2001 attacks, a number of video tapes, audio recordings, faxes and other statements have been attributed to Osama Bin Laden.

But although the US has hunted the al–Qaeda leader using satellite tracking systems >>>


      US ‘APPROVES WAR ON TERROR PLANS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Special forces have been widely deployed since 2001 US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has approved plans to give the Pentagon greater leeway to deploy special forces around the world, a US report says.

According to the Washington Post, teams of special forces have been sent to 20 countries to carry out oper >>>


      US AND JAPAN MAKE TROOP COST DEAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Okinawans have long complained about the presence of US bases Japan and the United States have resolved a dispute over the costs of relocating 8,000 US marines from Okinawa to the Pacific island of Guam.

Tokyo had objected to US calls for it to pay 75% of the estimated $10bn cost.

But after talks in W >>>


      VATICAN ‘MAY RELAX CONDOM RULES‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      The Pope has previously backed abstinence over condoms The Vatican is preparing to publish a statement on the use of condoms by people who have Aids, a senior Roman Catholic official has said.

Cardinal Javier Lozano Barragan told La Repubblica newspaper that Pope Benedict XVI asked the Vatican‘s council >>>


      VIETNAM GIVES GATES STAR WELCOME
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Bill Gates spoke at the university during his 24–hour visit to Vietnam Bill Gates has been greeted like a pop star by thousands of university students during a visit to Vietnam.

About 7,000 students waited for hours, some clinging to trees and balconies, to get a glimpse of Mr Gates during his visit to t >>>


      VILLAGERS ‘SHOT BY TAMIL TIGERS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Six villagers from Sri Lanka‘s majority Sinhala community have been abducted and shot dead, officials say.

Correspondents say it is the worst attack on Sinhala villagers since Tamil Tiger rebels and the government began a ceasefire in 2002.

Police say the Tigers killed the villagers in the distr >>>


      VOLCANO PROMPTS PERU EVACUATION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      The volcano lies in a remote farming area The authorities in Peru have declared a state of emergency around a volcano that has begun spitting ash and smoke after almost 40 years of inactivity.

The Ubinas volcano in southern Peru started erupting three weeks ago, killing livestock and polluting water.

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      VOTE BOYCOTT DEEPENS THAI CRISIS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      Many protesters risked jail by tearing up their ballot papers A second round of elections in Thailand has been boycotted by opposition parties and voters, deepening the political crisis in the country.

The latest poll needed to be held after a low turnout in the main 2 April elections meant not all 500 seats i >>>


      WORKING FOR PEACE AFTER VARANASI BOMBS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      By Geeta Pandey BBC News, Varanasi Twin bomb attacks in March that killed 15 people in Hinduism‘s holy city of Varanasi aroused fears of a repeat of the Hindu–Muslim violence that wracked the Indian state of Gujarat in 2002.

Varanasi hopes to be showing the way to peace But those fears have not bee >>>


      WORLD URGED TO FIGHT SEX SLAVERY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
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      ZIMBABWE RETHINK ON WHITE FARMERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 24-04-2006
      By Martin Plaut BBC News Critics say the reforms have devastated the economy Zimbabwe says it is prepared to provide land to white farmers who had their property seized under President Robert Mugabe‘s land reform programme.

Deputy Information Minister Bright Matonga told the BBC any Zimbabwean can apply >>>


      " NOUS SERONS DANS LES DÉLAIS "
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Le projet du métro dAlger consiste, dans sa deuxi';me tranche, en la réalisation de 4,1 km de tunnel et de 4 stations inscrites dans le tracé Hamma–Haď El Badr. Le contrat dexécution a été attribué au Groupement dentreprises algéro–allemand du Métro >>>


      13 BRIGADES MIXTES DE CONTRÔLE SUR LE TERRAIN
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Sur les 80 importateurs ayant fait lobjet dinterdiction de domiciliation bancaire au niveau national, 68 étaient en activité dans la région de Oum El Bouaghi.

Cest ce quindiquent les statistiques émises par les différentes directions du commerce des wilayas de la région de Annaba. >>>


      15 GR'4;CES Ŕ BOUIRA
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      La cour de Bouira a eu ŕ se pencher, dans le cadre de la charte pour la paix et la réconciliation nationale, sur le cas de 164 individus mis en cause dans des affaires liées au terrorisme.

Intervenant dans ce cadre, la grâce présidentielle a concerné 15 individus condamnés &# >>>


      153 TERRORISTES ÉLARGIS Ŕ TIZI OUZOU
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      153 anciens terroristes ont été amnistiés dans la wilaya de Tizi Ouzou. " La cour de Tizi Ouzou a enregistré 153 cas qui ont bénéficié des mesures dextinction de la peine et dautres dossiers sont encore ŕ létude ", a déclaré le procureur pr';s la >>>


      BOUTEFLIKA EST RENTRÉ AU PAYS
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      hier, par le ministre dEtat, représentant personnel du président de la République, Abdelaziz Belkhadem.

" Bien s$';r quil est rentré au pays. Oů voulez–vous quil aille ? ", nous a–t–il affirmé au téléphone. Selon lui, le chef de lEtat e >>>


      CHARTE POUR LA PAIX ET LA RÉCONCILIATION
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      A lépreuve du terrain ŕ Aďn Témouchent Sous la présidence du wali de Témouchent, le procureur général de la cour de Sidi Bel Abb';s, dont dépendent les tribunaux de Aďn Témouchent, a tenu une réunion ayant regroupé des magistrats, des membres de s >>>


      CONFÉRENCE SUR LE RÔLE DE LA FEMME DURANT LA GUERRE DE LIBÉRATION
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Organisation défaillante La déception était visible sur les visages de ces femmes combattantes de la révolution invitées de tous les horizons dAlgérie ŕ participer ŕ la conférence nationale sur le rôle de la femme durant la guerre de libération organisée les 2 >>>


      CROISSANCE MONDIALE
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Faible influence du pétrole cher Laugmentation incessante et continue des prix du pétrole au cours des trois derni';res années na gęné en rien la progression de la croissance mondiale.

Malgré un prix de baril de 61 dollars en moyenne cette année et 53 dollars lann >>>


      DÉBAT Ŕ ANNABA
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Cest ŕ lombre des sév';res sanctions de trois ans de suspension dactivité ŕ des sursis avec exécution immédiate, que le bâtonnat de Annaba (cours de justice de Tébessa, Guelma, Annaba) a organisé samedi une journée de sensibilisation sur la charte pour la paix e >>>


      EMBUSCADE MEURTRIČRE Ŕ TAMALOUS (SKIKDA)
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Neuf gardes communaux tués Apr';s une accalmie qui aura duré pr';s dune année, la région de Tamalous, chef–lieu de commune situé au sud–ouest de Skikda, a renoué, hier, avec les horreurs du terrorisme. Neuf gardes communaux et un civil ont été froideme >>>


      GRČVE DANS LE SECTEUR DE L&#8217;ÉDUCATION
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Actualite Gr';ve dans le secteur de léducation Largement suivie dans les lycées Les enseignants du secondaire, ŕ travers le territoire national, ont répondu hier massivement ŕ lappel ŕ la gr';ve lancé par la Coordination intersyndicale des travailleurs de léducati >>>


      JUSTICE
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Journées portes ouvertes demain ŕ Alger Des journées portes ouvertes sur la justice seront organisées ŕ partir de demain, et ce, jusquau 27 avril. Cette manifestation aura lieu dans quatre tribunaux de la capitale, ŕ savoir ceux de Bab El Oued, Sidi Mhamed, Hussein Dey, Bir Mourad Raď >>>


      L&#8217;INCONTOURNABLE ÉVÉNEMENT
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Actualisé le 23 avril 2006 ŕ 22:58 en bref A la Une Actualite Economie Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat Sports Epoque Derni';re Enquete L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Info Kabylie info Setif–info Forums et >>>


      LA SITUATION POLITIQUE S&#8217;AGGRAVE
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Derni';re Népal La situation politique saggrave Poursuite des affrontements En dépit de la reconduction du couvre–feu, les affrontements entre lopposition et le roi du Népal, Gyanendra, se sont poursuivis, hier, faisant 27 blessés, dont 5 gri';vement.

Lopposition a au >>>


      LE CHANTIER QUI VA LABOURER L&#8217;ALGÉRIE DU NORD DÉMARRE
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Economie Lautoroute Est–Ouest co$';tera 0,88 milliard de dinars le kilom';tre Le chantier qui va labourer lAlgérie du Nord démarre Cest le plus grand chantier de lhistoire du pays. Le plus cher aussi. 11 milliards de dollars. Il va enfin démarrer... et creuser un sillon dans le nord >>>


      LE COAUTEUR STEFAN ZWEIG (FIN)
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Dans cette nouvelle, comme dans Le joueur déchecs, le narrateur est un étranger. Il fera beaucoup de choses en similitude avec Meursault.

Nous retrouvons dans Amok ou Le fou de Malaisie, comme ce fut le cas dans Le joueur déchecs, linterversion du jour et de la nuit.

" Finalement >>>


      LE NAHD SE PRÉPARE Ŕ L&#8217;ENFER
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Sports Éliminatoires de la Coupe de la CAF Le NAHD se prépare ŕ lenfer A la lumi';re de la réaction des joueurs sénégalais de lAS Douanes sur et en dehors du terrain, lors du match aller des huiti';mes de finale de la Coupe de la CAF, les joueurs Sang et Or sattendent " >>>


      LE PÉTROLE TOUJOURS PLUS HAUT
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Le marché insensible aux discours La hausse des prix du pétrole enregistrée, vendredi dernier, ŕ la clôture des marchés a installé une sorte de panique dans le discours des dirigeants occidentaux.

Cette attitude est illustrée par la proposition faite par le ministre fran >>>


      LE SPECTRE DE LA GUERRE CIVILE
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Lannulation par le président palestinien Mahmoud Abbas de la nomination par le ministre de lIntérieur, Saďd Siam, de Jamal Abou Samhadana ŕ la tęte dune nouvelle force de sécurité composée par des militants appartenant ŕ plusieurs groupes armés a envenimé encore pl >>>


      MANIFESTATION DEVANT LA DAĎRA
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Hier matin, le si';ge de la daďra de Bir El Djir a été pris dassaut par une centaine de protestataires qui appelaient ŕ lannulation de la liste des logements sociaux, qui vient dętre affichée, et au départ du chef de daďra.

Sagissant du dernier quota dont cette i >>>


      PARUTION D&#8217;UN OUVRAGE SUR L&#8217;ISLAM
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Culture ThÉologie. Parution dun ouvrage sur lislam " Tolérance ou intolérance ? " Pourquoi lIslam est–il ciblé par la propagande du " choc des civilisations " ?

Comment expliquer ŕ lopinion mondiale que lIslam est ouvert, tolérant et peut męme ę >>>


      RESSOURCES EN EAU
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Deux projets dimportance ŕ Béjaďa Le ministre des Ressources en eau, Abdelmalek Sellal, en visite hier ŕ Béjaďa, a insisté sur limpératif daccentuer la cadence des projets inscrits ŕ lindicatif de son secteur, notamment ceux ŕ consonance stratégique, tel le barrage >>>


      RÉVISION DE LA CONSTITUTION
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Le FLN finalise son projet Le FLN tient toujours ŕ son projet de la révision de la Constitution. Il compte soumettre, prochainement, des propositions dans ce sens au président de la République.

Cest ce que nous a affirmé, hier, le secrétaire général du parti, Abdelaziz B >>>


      SARKOZY CHASSE SUR LES " TERRES " DU FN ET (...)
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Nicolas Sarkozy a annoncé son intention daller chercher " un par un " les électeurs du Front national et de la " gauche populaire ", Parti communiste en tęte.

Le président de lUMP qui brigue la présidentielle de 2007 a appelé samedi, lors dune réunion " >>>


      SITUATION DÉSASTREUSE DU LIVRE EN ALGÉRIE
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Amine Zaoui fait son " jaccuse " A la Biblioth';que nationale dAlgérie, lors dun café littéraire consacré ŕ ce sujet, ce fut loccasion de faire une fois de plus des constats amers, on sen doutait, sur la situation du livre et de la lecture dans notre pays.

Pour Amine >>>


      SÉCHERESSE OU PAS SÉCHERESSE ?
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Selon des informations fournies par lOffice national de météorologie de Aďn El Bey, une moyenne de 2 mm deau a été enregistrée durant ce mois davril, soit un déficit de 52 mm par rapport ŕ la moyenne des précipitations calculée au niveau des services compétents de >>>


      UN BARIL Ŕ 100 DOLLARS, C&#8217;EST POSSIBLE
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Actualite Un baril ŕ 100 dollars, cest possible Les prix du pétrole atteindront 85 dollars le baril avant la fin de lannée en cours et 100 dollars en 2007, estiment les experts pétroliers et la presse spécialisée londoniens.

Lhebdomadaire économique londonien The Business not >>>


      UN POTENTIEL EN FRICHE
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      La daďra de Timezrit dispose de plusieurs dizaines dhectares de terres agricoles dont celles situées au village de Boussoumeur, 6 km du chef–lieu de la commune.

Le potentiel agricole qui y est important nest pas traduit dans lactivité agricole qui est réduite ŕ sa plus faible exp >>>


      Ŕ L&#8217;EST DU PAYS, PASSAGE OBLIGÉ DE TOUS LES COMMERCES
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Reportage AďN MLILA Ŕ lest du pays, passage obligé de tous les commerces Les brochettes, la pi';ce détachée, et... les voitures volées A la cité des 100 Logements, une appellation numérique comme cela se fait dans toutes les villes algériennes, encore de la poussi&# >>>


      Ŕ L&#8217;ÉCOLE DES SMA
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Actualisé le 23 avril 2006 ŕ 22:58 en bref A la Une Actualite Economie Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat Sports Epoque Derni';re Enquete L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Info Kabylie info Setif–info Forums et >>>


      ÉNERGIE
      El Watan, 24-04-2006
      Les Algériens consomment plus Un rapport élaboré par le minist';re de lEnergie et des Mines affirme que plus de 33,5 millions de tonnes équivalent pétrole (tep) ont été distribuées pour les besoins de la consommation locale en 2005, soit 7,3% de plus que lannée 2004. >>>


      "LAS TROPAS FRANQUISTAS DEL PROTECTORADO ME RINDIERON HONORES JUNTO A MULAY HASSAN"
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      REFUGIADOS "Como hablaba un francés perfecto e iba muy bien vestida cuando llegamos al campo se pensaron que era de la Cruz Roja" MOHAMED V "Cuando trabajaba en el colegio imperial vi a un moro con una chiquilla preciosa. La besé. ˇEra la hija del sultán!" REPRESIÓN DEL RIF >>>


      AHMADINEYAD CREE QUE NO HABR'3; UN ATAQUE CONTRA IR'3;N
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      LVD – 24/04/2006 – 15.50 horas Teherán. (EFE).– El presidente de Irán, Mahmud Ahmadineyad, dijo que no cree que "las potencias occidentales" ataquen a su país, en referencia a las informaciones aparecidas que seńalan la posibilidad de una acción militar de EE.UU. con >>>


      BIN LADEN AFIRMA QUE "EL BLOQUEO A HAMAS DEMUESTRA QUE HAY UNA GUERRA CONTRA EL ISLAM"
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      La organización palestina seńala que su ideología "es totalmente diferente" a la del terrorista En una nueva cinta de audio difundida por Al Yazira, Ossama Bin Laden hace su habitual repaso a la actualidad internacional, justificando los ataques a civiles y acusando a Occidente de llevar a cabo >>>


      BUSH VISLUMBRA EL REPLIEGUE
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      Los demócratas quieren imponer a los iraquíes un plazo para la retirada El presidente Bush se felicitó de que Iraq haya puesto fin a la parálisis política con un primer ministro dispuesto a formar un gobierno de unidad.

Washington lo ve como un paso que aproxima la retirada de tropas. >>>


      DETENIDOS EN EL AEROPUERTO DE COLOMBO TRES SUPUESTOS MIEMBROS DE AL QAEDA
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      LVD – 24/04/2006 – 07.13 horas Colombo. (EFE).– Tres supuestos miembros de la organización terrorista Al Qaeda fueron detenidos en el aeropuerto de Colombo, informó hoy el Departamento Central de Investigación de Sri Lanka (CID).

Un hombre y dos mujeres, acompańados por do >>>


      DÍA DE TREGUA EN KATMANDÚ MIENTRAS LA OPOSICIÓN ANUNCIA NUEVAS MOVILIZACIONES
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      Las calles de la capital nepalí sólo vuelven a una cierta normalidad tras el toque de queda La capital nepalí vivió ayer una jornada de calma relativa tras la movilización masiva del sábado, perolaoposiciónanunció nuevas protestas. Los turistas que continúan llegando a la ci >>>


      EL ÚLTIMO HOSPITAL
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      Una orden religiosa espańola atiende en China a enfermos terminales Fundado por la orden de los Hermanos de San Juan de Dios, es el único hospital en China para terminales RAFAEL POCH – 24/04/2006 Corresponsal. YANJI A las afueras de esta ciudad provinciana del extremo noreste de China, en el ángul >>>


      HUGO CH'3;VEZ DA LA ESPALDA A LOS PAÍSES ANDINOS POR RAZONES IDEOLÓGICAS
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      Venezuela dio el primer paso formal para dejar la Comunidad Andina de Naciones La ratificación por Hugo ChávezdelasalidadeVenezuela de la Comunidad Andina ha provocado fuertes críticas en Colombia, Perú, Ecuador y en lapropiaVenezuela.

Losexpertos seńalan más motivaciones ideol >>>


      LOS SOCIALISTAS GANAN LAS LEGISLATIVAS Y HUNGRÍA REPITE GOBIERNO POR PRIMERA VEZ EN DEMOCRACIA
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      Gyurcsany afrontará una difícil legislatura con el euro en el horizonte El Partido Socialista revalidó la victoria obtenida en primera vuelta y ganó ampliamente la segunda vuelta de las legislativas húngaras, celebrada ayer. Por primera vez desde la caída del comunismo, los húngaros n >>>


      MAREA POPULISTA
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      DESDE AMÉRICA Latina hasta la Costa del Sol, pasando por Italia, los caudillos no cejan JUAN M. HERN'3;NDEZ PUÉRTOLAS – 24/04/2006 Se extiende desde la Costa del Sol espańola hasta el altiplano boliviano, desde la Pampa argentina hasta la desarrrollada Lombardía, desde la atávica S >>>


      OLLANTA HUMALA Y ALAN GARCÍA DISPUTAR'3;N LA SEGUNDA VUELTA
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      Flores se queda a unos 83.000 votos de entrar en la segunda ronda LVD – 24/04/2006 – 17.28 horas Lima. (EFE).– El líder nacionalista Ollanta Humala y el ex mandatario Alan García se disputarán la presidencia de Perú en una segunda vuelta electoral, que se celebrará el 28 de ma >>>


      OLMERT PACTA UN GOBIERNO PLANEADO PARA LLEVAR A CABO LA RETIRADA DE CISJORDANIA
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      El laborista Peretz asumirá Defensa y deberá hacer frente a los ´halcones´ del Estado Mayor La extenuante sesión secreta en la que el primer ministro Olmert y el laborista Peretz pactaron el Gobierno israelí ha puesto las bases para el principal objetivo común: la retirada departedeCi >>>


      SEGUNDA VUELTA ELECTORAL EN NUEVA ORLEANS
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 24/04/2006 Efe Las elecciones municipales de Nueva Orleans, las primeras desde el Katrina,irán a una segunda vuelta el 20 de mayo. El actual alcalde, Ray Nagin, fue el más votado, con un 38%, a una cómoda distancia del segundo, el vicegobernador de Luisiana, Mitch Landrieu, con un 2 >>>


      SEIS MUERTOS Y 50 HERIDOS AL EXPLOTAR TRES COCHES BOMBA EN UNA CONCURRIDA CALLE EN BAGDAD
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      Al menos otros tres automóviles han quedado destruidos y varios comercios han sufrido serios dańos LVD – 24/04/2006 – 08.2' horas Actualizada: 24/04/2006 10.55 horas Bagdad. (EP/AP). Al menos seis personas murieron y cerca de 50 resultaron heridas hoy por la explosión de tres coches bomba >>>


      UN ALIADO DE PRODI AMENAZA A MEDIASET, EL GRUPO DE BERLUSCONI
      La Vanguardia, 24-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 24/04/2006 Afp "Mediaset tiene que adelgazar en número de cadenas y en publicidad", declaró ayer Fausto Bertonotti, líder de la Refundación Comunista, y aliado de Prodi. "Hay que combatir las situaciones de monopolio, de duopolio y de oligopolio", dijo. El p >>>



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