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      ‘MANY DROWN‘ IN TANZANIA SINKING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      At least 27 people are feared to have drowned in Tanzania, when their boat capsized in a storm on Lake Victoria.

The ferry had set off last weekend from the town of Bukoba on the lake‘s western shore, heavily loaded with crates of beer and soft drinks.

It then disappeared. Local police chief Ign >>>


      AUSSIE CHAINSAW CROC RUNS AMOK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Saltwater crocs are known to attack boats with outboard motors A crocodile in northern Australia has chased a storm–clearance worker up a tree and made off with his chainsaw.

The 4.4m (14.5ft) saltwater crocodile called Brutus apparently took exception to the noise of the saw.

The worker was cle >>>


      AUSTRALIA REMEMBERS GUN KILLINGS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Many people were killed at the Broad Arrow Cafe Australian Prime Minister John Howard will lead prayers later on Friday to mark the 10th anniversary of a massacre in which a gunman killed 35 people.

Candles will be placed in a memorial pool near the site of the killings, in the Tasmanian town of Port Arthur.>>>


      CHINA RELEASES PANDA TO THE WILD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Xiang Xiang has been being prepared for release for three years A research centre in China has released a giant panda bred in captivity into the wild for the first time.

Five–year–old Xiang Xiang, whose name means Auspicious, was set free from the Wolong Giant Panda Research Centre in south–w >>>


      CHIRAC CALLS FOR PALESTINIAN AID
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Chirac said humanitarian and technical aid must continue French President Jacques Chirac has called for international aid to the Palestinians to continue, despite the recent election victory of Hamas.

Mr Chirac said the World Bank should set up a fund to pay the salaries of Palestinian officials.

It c >>>


      CHOLERA KILLS HUNDREDS IN ANGOLA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      This is Angola‘s worst outbreak of cholera for several years Cholera has killed '00 people in Angola in the past 10 weeks, says aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres, with 25 dying in a single day this week.

Some 20,000 people are infected in several provinces and measures to contain the epidemic are i >>>


      COLOMBIA EX–HEAD‘S SISTER KILLED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      The president has offered a reward for information on Gaviria‘s killing The sister of former Colombian President Cesar Gaviria was killed on Thursday during an apparent attempt to kidnap her.

The body of Liliana Gaviria, 52, was found shortly after she was snatched by armed gunmen near the town of Pereir >>>


      DARFUR FOOD RATIONS CUT IN HALF
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Malnutrition is on the rise again in Darfur The UN is cutting in half its daily rations in Sudan‘s Darfur region due to a severe funding shortfall.

"This is one of the hardest decisions I have ever made," James Morris, head of the UN‘s World Food Programme, said.

From May the rat >>>


      DEAD DOLPHINS FOUND IN ZANZIBAR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      The bodies of more than 200 dolphins have washed up on the beaches of the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar, in what experts say are mystery deaths.

Hotel owner Ahlaam Mehle told the BBC she found countless carcasses on the shore of the Tanzanian island.

The fisheries department has warned local inhabit >>>


      DEAD US MINERS‘ AIR KITS ‘FAILED‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Mr McCloy described the men‘s desperate struggle to escape The only survivor of a US mine disaster that killed 12 men in January says vital breathing equipment did not work.

Randal McCloy said the four of the air packs issued to the men at the Sago mine in West Virginia failed to operate and the ones tha >>>


      DONORS IN SRI LANKA CRISIS TALKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
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      DR CONGO ANGERED BY UGANDA ‘RAID‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      The Ugandan army denies its troops have crossed the border The Democratic Republic of Congo has accused Ugandan troops of illegally crossing onto its territory – charges denied by the Ugandan army.

DR Congo said one Ugandan soldier had been killed after clashing with Congolese soldiers in pursuit of Ugan >>>


      EU WARNS SERBIA ON MLADIC ARREST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Gen Mladic has been indicted over the 1''5 Srebrenica massacre The EU has warned it will cut off talks on closer ties with Serbia–Montenegro if war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic is not arrested within days.

"It is now high time to... locate, arrest and transfer Ratko Mladic to the Hague (tribu >>>


      GRAND OLD MAN OF NEPAL TAKES OVER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      GP Koirala is one of Nepal‘s most long–standing and experienced politicians and has led the country through some of its biggest upheavals.

GP Koirala‘s career spans seven decades First coming to prominence as a union leader in the late 1'40s, he has been imprisoned, exiled or detained on >>>


      GUATEMALA TROOPS TO TACKLE GANGS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Troops are already patrolling a neighbourhood hit by violence this week Guatemala‘s president has ordered more soldiers to patrol the streets to help the police combat increasing violence.

President Oscar Berger said up to 11,000 members of the security forces would be deployed across the country.
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      IN QUOTES: WORLD REACTION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
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      IRAN‘S KEY NUCLEAR SITES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Iran: Energy overview In depth: From atom to bomb In–depth: Who runs Iran HAVE YOUR SAY How can Iran crisis be resolved?

RELATED INTERNET LINKS: Iranian president IAEA The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites TOP MIDDLE EAST STORIES NOW Iran defiant ahead of UN report Thirty >>>


      IRAN RAISES STAKES IN NUCLEAR ROW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      By Paul Reynolds World affairs correspondent, BBC News website Iran‘s uranium enrichment was carried out at the Natanz plant The announcement by Iran that it has for the first time produced enriched uranium is significant in two ways.

First, it shows that Iran has the technical ability to take this essen >>>


      ISRAEL VOWS ‘SWIFT‘ BORDER WORK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Ehud Olmert (left) signed up Labour leader Amir Peretz on Thursday The incoming Israeli government will meet swiftly to draw Israel‘s final borders, according to the guidelines of a new coalition agreement.

Withdrawal from parts of the West Bank and construction of a huge separation barrier will also be >>>


      JAPAN MPS VISIT YASUKUNI SHRINE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
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Have Your Say Magazine In Pictures Country Profiles In Depth Programmes NEWS >>>


      KENYAN WOMEN‘S ANGER AT MP ‘SLUR‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Health Minister Charity Ngilu led the walk–out Kenyan women‘s rights activists have condemned an MP who told parliament that women usually say "No" to sex, even if they mean "Yes".

During a debate on a new sex crimes law, Paddy Ahenda said Kenya women were too shy to openly say >>>


      LIBYA FEARS FOR ITS STOLEN HERITAGE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      By Rana Jawad BBC, Tripoli Libya is home to some of the world‘s best preserved archaeological sites, showcasing tales of Roman, Byzantine, and Greek civilisations.

Artefacts from Sabratha have been taken to Egypt This historical wealth is Libya‘s main tourist attraction, but that wealth is increasi >>>


      LONG SUMMER OF CONFRONTATION WITH IRAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      By Paul Reynolds World Affairs Correspondent, BBC News website Iran says its nuclear programme is for purely peaceful purposes It was no surprise that the International Atomic Energy Agency reported that Iran has not complied with the Security Council‘s demand for a suspension of enrichment activities because Ira >>>


      MOUSSAOUI TRIAL JURY RECONVENES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      The judge will be bound to hand down the sentence the jury chooses The jury in the trial of al–Qaeda plotter Zacarias Moussaoui has reconvened after a one–day break caused by a juror‘s illness.

The members were sent out on Monday and have so far deliberated for 16 hours.

The jury in >>>


      MUSHARRAF ‘NOT POODLE OF THE US‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Musharraf has been accused of being patriotic to the US Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has denied he is fighting terrorism on behalf of the US and Britain.

In an interview with the UK‘s Guardian newspaper, Gen Musharraf said he was "nobody‘s poodle".

Gen Musharraf condemned >>>


      MYSTERY ARMED MEN ARRIVE IN CAR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      A plane carrying around 50 armed men has landed illegally in northern Central African Republic (CAR), the foreign minister has told the BBC.

Jean Paul Ngoupande said the plane had arrived from Sudan and was suspected of being linked to the rebellion in Chad.

Earlier this month, UN chief Kofi Annan sai >>>


      NEPALESE PARLIAMENT SET TO MEET
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Thousands celebrated the king‘s move to reinstate parliament The Nepalese parliament is set to reconvene in the capital, Kathmandu, for the first time in four years.

King Gyanendra reinstated the assembly on 24 April in a bid to end almost three weeks of nationwide protests in which at least 14 people di >>>


      NEW ITALIAN PARLIAMENT TO CONVENE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      This is the first step for Mr Prodi to form a new government Both houses of the new Italian parliament are set to meet nearly three weeks after the closest election in the history of the Italian Republic.

Each chamber must elect a new Speaker before a joint session in May to elect a new head of state.

>>>


      POLISH FOREIGN MINISTER RESIGNS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Stefan Meller was previously a top ambassador Poland‘s Foreign Minister Stefan Meller has announced his resignation as a populist Euro–sceptic party is poised to enter the ruling coalition.

Mr Meller, 63, had threatened to leave the government if Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz agreed a deal >>>


      POLISH PARTIES IN COALITION DEAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      By Adam Easton BBC News, Warsaw The leaders of the three Polish parties agree the deal in Warsaw The conservative minority government of Poland‘s Law and Justice party has agreed a coalition deal with smaller Euro–sceptic and anti–reform parties.

The deal boosts its support but still denies i >>>


      POPE WANTS STRICT SAINTHOOD RULES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Pope Benedict XVI started John Paul II on the path to sainthood Pope Benedict XVI has urged the cardinals responsible for nominating candidates for sainthood to be strict in their selection.

The Pope‘s predecessor, John Paul II, created 482 saints – more than had been canonised in the last 500 year >>>


      PROFESSORS BRIDGE MID–EAST DIVIDE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      By Martin Patience BBC News website, Jerusalem The year 1'48 resonates with Israelis as the year their nation was born in blood during a war for independence against all odds.

The Mid–East enemies are not just divided by concrete and steel For Palestinians, 1'48 means something very different &nd >>>


      Q&A: IRAN NUCLEAR STAND–OFF
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Iran announced on 11 April 2006 that it had enriched uranium for the first time. On 2' March, the UN Security Council issued a statement calling on Iran to suspend its nuclear fuel enrichment in accordance with the demands of the UN nuclear watchdog the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

The BBC Ne >>>


      RAILWAY RAISES FEARS FOR TIBET‘S FUTURE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      By Rupert Wingfield–Hayes BBC News, Beijing The railway snakes for 1,000km across ‘the roof of the world‘ The completion of the Tibet railway is being hailed in China as one of the world‘s great engineering marvels.

The longest high–altitude railway in the world, it will ease acce >>>


      SICILIANS DEFY PROTECTION RACKET
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      By Christian Fraser BBC News, Rome Mafia crime has overshadowed Italian life for decades Shopkeepers in the Italian city of Palermo plan to rally against the "pizzo" tithe traditionally exacted by the Sicilian Mafia.

A hundred business people in the city plan to hold an open–air market for loca >>>


      SOLZHENITSYN WARNS OF NATO PLOT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Solzhenitsyn defends traditional Russian values Russian writer and Nobel laureate Alexander Solzhenitsyn has castigated Nato, accusing it of trying to bring Russia under its control.

In a rare interview, the 87–year–old author accused Nato of "preparing to completely encircle Russia and depriv >>>


      THAI COURT SUSPENDS BY–ELECTIONS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      The Thai king said the judges should solve the problem Thailand‘s senior judges have said they will not immediately rule on the validity of a recent controversial poll but pledged to deliver a verdict soon.

However the Administrative Court did announce that it would suspend by–elections scheduled f >>>


      THIRTY DIE IN IRAQI CITY BATTLE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Several people were also injured in the fighting in Baquba At least 21 Iraqi insurgents and seven soldiers have been killed in fighting in the city of Baquba during which at least 43 insurgents were captured.

Baquba was put under curfew after the attacks on Thursday on police stations and checkpoints in the ci >>>


      UN NUCLEAR BODY TO REPORT ON IRAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Iran says its nuclear programme will serve its energy needs The UN‘s nuclear watchdog is to report to the Security Council on Friday on whether Iran has complied with demands to suspend uranium enrichment.

Iran insists it will not abandon its right to enrich nuclear fuel for what it says are wholly peace >>>


      US BLOCKS DARFUR SUSPECTS‘ ASSETS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Two million people have been displaced by fighting in Darfur US President George W Bush has ordered a freeze on the assets of anyone felt to have posed a threat to stability in Sudan‘s strife–torn region of Darfur.

President Bush said continuing violence in Darfur posed an "unusual and extraor >>>


      US MINE DENIES SURVIVOR‘S CHARGE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Mr McCloy described the men‘s desperate struggle to escape The owners of a US mine where 12 men died in an accident in January have dismissed allegations that the miners‘ emergency oxygen bags were faulty.

The sole survivor of the accident at Sago in West Virginia, Randal McCloy, said that at least >>>


      US SAYS IRAN TOP TERROR SPONSOR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Iran has made clear its support for suicide bombings in Israel Iran is "the most active state sponsor of terrorism", according to the US state department‘s annual report on world terrorism.

It finds that Iran‘s Revolutionary Guards and intelligence ministry are directly involved in planni >>>


      US TROOPS SET FOR BULGARIA BASES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      US troops could be deployed to trouble spots from Bulgarian bases The United States and Bulgaria have signed an agreement that will allow US troops to use three military bases in Bulgaria.

The BBC‘s South–East Europe analyst Gabriel Partos examines the details of the agreement.

Ever since >>>


      VILLAGERS‘ FEARS OF NUCLEAR WASTE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      By Nadeem Saeed BBC News, northern Pakistan Baghalchur‘s uranium mines are now being used as a dump Residents of a remote Punjab village in northern Pakistan say their lives are in danger from nuclear waste being dumped in their area.

"We are being slow–poisoned," said Nazir Ahmed Buzdar, >>>


      VIOLENCE ERUPTS AT E TIMOR RALLY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 28-04-2006
      Police in East Timor have fired tear gas to disperse a rally by sacked soldiers that turned violent and left several people hurt.

Hundreds of soldiers and their supporters attacked shops and burned cars in the capital Dili.

At least five people were reported to have been injured, some seriously. The p >>>


      AN F–5 FIGHTER JET IS CAREFULLY LOWERED...
      Kathimerin, 28-04-2006
      NIKOS KOTSIARIS/ANA An F–5 fighter jet is carefully lowered into position by workers yesterday at the soon–to–be–ready war museum in Kalamata. Two tanks have already been placed in the grounds of the building in the Peloponnesian city. The museum is to be officially inaugurated within the next f >>>


      COURT CATCHES UP WITH SLIPPERY TRUCK DRIVER
      Kathimerin, 28-04-2006
      Checking what is going on underneath their car as well as under its hood could soon be a must for drivers after a court ordered a truck driver whose vehicle leaked oil to pay compensation to another motorist who skidded and crashed because of the slippery conditions he left behind.

In a ruling made public yest >>>


      IN BREIF
      Kathimerin, 28-04-2006
      PSYCHIATRIC SUPPORT Hospital clinics too overcrowded to put up all those in need, experts say The Hellenic Psychiatric Association yesterday called for funding for hostels and other «alternative units» to treat psychiatric patients in Greece, citing overcrowding in the psychiatric clinics of state hospitals >>>


      OZONE FROM CITIES EATING AWAY FORESTS
      Kathimerin, 28-04-2006
      Study finds corroded leaves Greece’s forests are being severely damaged by ozone, the gas produced from vehicle and industrial emissions, according to a nationwide study which was made public yesterday.

Scientists from a department of the National Agricultural Research Foundation who have been studying the pro >>>


      PM BACKS EDUCATION REFORMS
      Kathimerin, 28-04-2006
      Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis gave Education Minister Marietta Giannakou the green light to push through changes in the tertiary sector, sources told Kathimerini yesterday.

Sources at the Education Ministry said that the Karamanlis agreed to go ahead with some of the drastic reforms in the sector in the las >>>


      ROMA THINKING BIG ON POLITICS
      Kathimerin, 28-04-2006
      The first political party representing the Roma, or Gypsy, community in Greece will take its case to the European Commission in about two weeks, according to the party’s unofficial spokesman.

Christos Lambrou, who represents the ASPIDA party, told Kathimerini yesterday that party officials would discuss the pr >>>


      TAX CHEATS DRAIN FUNDS
      Kathimerin, 28-04-2006
      Bank of Greece urges gov’t to intensify crackdown on evasion Targeting Greece‘s massive underground economy can help boost state revenues and improve public finances, the Bank of Greece (BoG) said yesterday, adding that there is little room left for the government to increase taxes.

In his annual report >>>


      THE DIRECTOR OF ATHENS’S MUSEUM OF CYCLADIC ART UNVEILS...
      Kathimerin, 28-04-2006
      KATERINA MAVRONA/ANA–MNA The director of Athens’s Museum of Cycladic Art unveils a painting by the Italian 17th century artist Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio in the presence of journalists yesterday. ‘The Raising of Lazarus’ — which is rarely removed from the Museo Nazionale in Messina, Sicily, because of its >>>


      TRAFFICKING IN GREEK SIGHTS
      Kathimerin, 28-04-2006
      Public Order Minister Vyron Polydoras yesterday sought European backing for a Greek plan to tackle human trafficking at a regional level.

Polydoras unveiled the plan — drafted by the Greek police and the first to propose the regional cooperation of ministries, police forces and other bodies — during a summit o >>>


      "VAMOS A SEGUIR LO QUE LA GENTE DECIDA"
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      KATMANDÚ. ENVIADO ESPECIAL – 28/04/2006 a guerrilla maoísta de Nepal está "muy determinada" La aprovechar la oportunidad de paz abierta en el país. Un nuevo alto el fuego incondicional por tres meses decidido la noche del pasado miércoles demuestra su "buena voluntad", >>>


      ASESINADOS EN BOLIVIA UN TURISTA ESPAŃOL Y UNA PAREJA AUSTRIACA
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      Una banda de falsos policías los secuestró en enero en La Paz Lapolicía bolivianahaencontradoenuncementerio clandestino de La Paz los cadáveres de dos turistas austriacos y uno espańol, cuya desaparición habían denunciado sus familiares a finales de enero. Falsos policías son los >>>


      EL PARLAMENTO NEPALÍ CONVOCAR'3; ELECCIONES PARA UNA ASAMBLEA CONSTITUCIONAL
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      LVD – 28/04/2006 – 14.37 horas Katmandú. (EFE).– El Parlamento de Nepal decidió hoy convocar unas elecciones para una Asamblea Constitucional en su sesión de apertura, tras haber sido restaurada el pasado martes por el rey Gyanendra después de cuatro ańos.

El vicepres >>>


      FIN DE SUEŃO PARA LOS MAOÍSTAS HIMALAYOS
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      RAFAEL POCH – 28/04/2006 Katmandú. Enviado especial Tras el golpe real del ańo pasado, la guerrilla de Nepal se sumió en un mar de discusiones. El brillante intelectual e ideólogo del grupo, Baburam Bhattarai, se enfrentó con el líder supremo, Pushpakamal Dahal, alias el Terrible.Bha >>>


      ITALIA NO ACELERAR'3; SU SALIDA DE IRAQ PESE A LA MUERTE DE TRES MILITARES EN UN ATENTADO
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      carabiniere coloca una bandera italiana con un crespón en Pacentro, ciudad natal del asesinado Lattanzio 3 min Desgloses Australia se equivoca de cadáver Italia no acelerará su salida de Iraq pese a la muerte de tres militares en un atentado "Nuestra postura ha sido largamente meditada", dice P >>>


      LA AIEA ASEGURA QUE IR'3;N DESOYE AL CONSEJO DE SEGURIDAD Y ACELERA EL ENRIQUECIMIENTO DE URANIO
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      Ahmadineyad dice que Teherán revisará la cooperación con la agencia si no respeta los derechos de los iraníes LVD – 28/04/2006 – 17.20 horas Actualizada: 28/04/2006 17.46 horas Viena (EFE). La Agencia Internacional de la Energía Atómica (AIEA) confirma en su último informe >>>


      LA GRAN COALICIÓN ISRAELÍ COBRA VIDA
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      La gran coalición israelí cobra vida El heredero de Sharon pacta un Gobierno con laboristas, ortodoxos y jubilados Israel revela que Irán posee misiles que alcanzan Europa Ehud Olmert, líder de Kadima – el partido de centroderecha fundado por Sharon–, pactólaformacióndelEjecuti >>>


      LUKASHENKO ENCARCELA AL QUE FUE SU RIVAL ELECTORAL EN BIELORRUSIA
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      Penas de 15 días de prisión a tres opositores por recordar Chernobil El régimen de Lukashenko continúa su implacable represión contra líderes de la oposición democrática bielorrusa. Tres opositores pasarán 15 días en la cárcel por asistir a una acción, no proh >>>


      MERKEL: "ME GUSTA LA CARNE DE OSO"
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 28/04/2006 La canciller alemana, Angela Merkel, pudo degustar ayer la carne de oso en el almuerzo que le ofreció el presidente ruso, Vladimir Putin, durante su visita a la ciudad de Tomsk. Merkel declaró que le había gustado este plato típico de la zona siberiana. La cita Merke >>>


      PRODI AFRONTA HOY LA DECISIVA ELECCIÓN DE PRESIDENTES DE C'3;MARA Y SENADO DE ITALIA
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      Prodi afronta hoy la decisiva elección de presidentes de Cámara y Senado de Italia El futuro primer ministro aún confía en recibir el encargo de gobernar a primeros de mayo La coalición de izquierdas vencedora de las elecciones de primeros de abril arrostrará hoy su primera prueba: la cons >>>


      UN COMANDO ARMADO ASESINA EN COLOMBIA A LA HERMANA DEL EX PRESIDENTE CÉSAR GAVIRIA
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      LVD – 28/04/2006 – 05.14 horas Bogotá. (Agencias). Una hermana del ex presidente de Colombia y ex secretario de la Organización de Estados Americanos César Gaviria fue asesinada a tiros el jueves por un comando armado que intentó secuestrarla, un crimen que ha conmocionado al país s >>>


      BONO SUSURRA AHORA A LOS CABALLOS
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      El ex ministro de Defensa se dedica desde su adiós a la hípica que tiene en Toledo Como ex ministro, tiene derecho al 80% de su sueldo durante dos ańos, y como ex presidente, a despacho, coche y secretaria durante 21 ańos CARMEN DEL RIEGO – 28/04/2006 Madrid Cual Robert Redford en la pelí >>>


      DATOS DE INTERIOR DESLIGAN A ETA DE LOS ATENTADOS
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 28/04/2006 Europa Press El tercer informe del Ministerio del Interior sobre la verificación del cumplimiento de la tregua de ETA estará listo la próxima semana e incluirá información de la autoría de los dos últimos atentados, según explicó ayer el secr >>>


      DURAN DEFIENDE EL SÍ ANTE GRUPOS CATÓLICOS QUE RECHAZAN SUS TESIS
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      SUSANA QUADRADO – 28/04/2006 BARCELONA – El democristiano Josep Antoni Duran Lleida tuvo ayer que batirse el cobre en la defensa del texto entre un grupo de entidades de raíz católica y ante un auditorio que, en buena parte, llegó a interrumpirle con silbidos dos veces. Aun reconociendo que e >>>


      DYLAN ACTUAR'3; POR LA PAZ EN EUSKADI
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 28/04/2006 A la ya notable lista de figuras internacionales que ayudarían a blindar un futuro proceso de paz en Euskadi –de Benedicto XVI a Kofi Annan– se sumó ayer inesperadamente la del músico norteamericano Bob Dylan, que ofrecerá un concierto gratuito por la paz >>>


      EL EPISCOPADO CATAL'3;N DA LIBERTAD DE VOTO PERO CRITICA ASPECTOS ÉTICOS DEL ESTATUT
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      El arzobispo Pujol afirma que un cristiano puede votar sí en el próximo referéndum Los obispos de Catalunya han hecho pública su postura sobre el referéndum del Estatut ante el president Pasqual Maragall y el líder de la oposición, ArturMas, enunaabarrotada basílica de Montserrat >>>


      EL GOBIERNO CENTRAL MANTENDR'3; LA BATALLA POR EL USO DEL CATAL'3;N EN LA EUROC'3;MARA
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      Diputados catalanes arremeten contra Vidal–Quadras, que alega "razones técnicas" ElGobiernocentralhaceautocríticatraselrechazoasupropuestaynodescartarecurrirante el Tribunal de laUEla decisión de la Eurocámara sobre el uso del catalán en sus comunicaciones, paso que Vidal– >>>


      EL GOBIERNO NOMBRA AL TENIENTE GENERAL CARLOS VILLAR TURRAU JEFE DEL ESTADO MAYOR DEL EJÉRCITO
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      Imagen de archivo del hasta ahora director general de Armamento y Material del Ministerio de Defensa, el general Carlos Villar Turrau, quien será el nuevo Jefe de Estado Mayor del Ejército en sustitución del general José Antonio García González, a la derecha 4 min Sustituye al general Jos& >>>


      EL JUEZ DENIEGA SALIR DE ESPAŃA A OTEGI Y BARRENA Y SE LO PERMITE A USABIAGA
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      El fiscal se había mostrado favorable a autorizar la salida de los tres dirigentes de Batasuna para acudir a unos actos del Sinn Fein LVD – 28/04/2006 – 16.01 horas Madrid. (EFE).– El juez Fernando Grande–Marlaska denegó a los dirigentes de Batasuna Arnaldo Otegi y Pernando Barrena la >>>


      EL TRIPARTITO LIMITA A VENDRELL LA EXPLICACIÓN EN EL PARLAMENT SOBRE LAS CARTAS DE ERC
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      JOSEP GISBERT – 28/04/2006 BARCELONA – PSC, ERC e ICV–EUiA han decidido limitar a Xavier Vendrell las explicaciones que el Govern dará al Parlament sobre la polémica de las cartas a cargos y funcionarios en las que se les pedía el pago de cuotas a ERC. Las tres formaciones aceptaron aye >>>


      ERC PIDE EL VOTO NULO AL ESTATUT PERO ACEPTA EL NO POR LA PRESIÓN DE LAS BASES
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      Maragall replica que Catalunya no se dejará engańar por la decisión de Esquerra La dirección de Esquerra se decidió por pedir "un voto nulo político" en el referéndum del Estatut. Es decir, que las papeletas contengan un mismo mensaje reivindicativo. Al mismo tiempo, la dire >>>


      GALLARDÓN LIBRA LA BATALLA DE MADRID
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      LA BARONESA THYSSEN ha amenazado con atarse a uno de los centenarios árboles que el alcalde quiere talar en beneficio del tráfico MONTSERRAT DOMÍNGUEZ – 28/04/2006 La baronesa Thyssen ha amenazado con atarse a un árbol en el madrileńo paseo del Prado y, como no va de farol, bien pronto va >>>


      LA AUDIENCIA IMPONE 15 MESES A OTEGI POR ENALTECER A ETA, PERO NO LE ENVÍA A PRISIÓN
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      El líder de la izquierda abertzale sortea la cárcel gracias a que le cabe recurrir al Supremo Eldirigente abertzaleArnaldo Otegi fue condenado ayer a 15 meses de prisión por enaltecimiento del terrorismo, pero no tendrá que ir a la cárcel, porque le cabe recurrir al Supremo. Otegi ha pedido pod >>>


      MAS VE COMO UNA "PERVERSIÓN" EL VOTO NULO DE ERC Y PIDE A MARAGALL QUE GOBIERNE EN MINORÍA
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      Las JERC harán campańa por el ‘no‘ pero se sienten "plenamente acogidas" por la resolución de ERC LVD – 28/04/2006 – 14.10 horas Actualizada: 28/04/2006 14.57 horas Barcelona. (Agencias).– El líder de CiU, Artur Mas, ha tildado hoy de "cobarde, democr >>>


      UN CIVIL SUSTITUYE HOY A ARRUCHE AL FRENTE DE LA GUARDIA CIVIL
      La Vanguardia, 28-04-2006
      Alonso mantiene a Saiz en el Centro Nacional de Inteligencia ElConsejodeMinistrosnombraráaJoanMesquidacomonueco director generalde laBeneméritaotorgandounperfilmá spolíticoalcargoyconsumandolasalidadeArruche, queseveníaanunciando desde el estallido del caso Roquetas, en agosto.

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      A FRIBOURG, LE SORT SEMBLE S‘ACHARNER SUR LES MINISTRES
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      Déception et émotion sur les bords de la Sarine. François Mauron, Fribourg Vendredi 28 avril 2006 Sur les bords de la Sarine, l‘annonce de Joseph Deiss a pris de court le Landerneau politique. «C‘est avec grande surprise que le Conseil d‘Etat fribourgeois a pris acte de la dé >>>


      AFFAIRE MLADIC: LE COMPTE Ŕ REBOURS TOUCHE Ŕ SA FIN
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      TRIBUNAL DE LA HAYE. Belgrade sera sanctionné si l‘ex–général bosno–serbe n‘est pas arręté.

Christophe Châtelot, Le Monde Vendredi 28 avril 2006 Cet article n‘est pas disponible sur notre site internet. Ses droits d‘auteur sont propriét >>>


      ALEXANDRE MOOS, DE BAS EN HAUTS
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      TOUR DE ROMANDIE. A 33 ans, le grimpeur valaisan aborde la derni';re ligne «droite» d‘une carri';re en dents de scie. Inhabituel leader cette semaine, tr';s en vue hier, il abattra dans les Alpes une carte importante pour son avenir.

Simon Meier, Porrentruy Vendredi 28 >>>


      ANALYSE. ET SI LE PÉTROLE EXISTAIT POUR TOUJOURS...
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      Analyse. Pierre Veya Vendredi 28 avril 2006 Un prix du baril de pétrole qui fluctue entre 60 et 75 dollars ne signifie pas encore que les cours refl';tent la rareté de l‘or noir. Car du pétrole, nous en avons encore beaucoup, peut–ętre męme pour un si';cle si nous r& >>>


      ASSURANCES SOCIALES L‘AVIS DE L‘EXPERT. ON NE RÉFORMERA LES ASSURANCES QUE SI L‘ON CERNE MIEUX LA NATURE DES MAUX Ŕ COUVRIR
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      La gestion des assurances et leur modernisation se heurtent au flou de la définition des risques et des dommages. On y verrait plus clair en séparant les victimes de «risques durs» et celles des «risques mous».

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      BAPTĘME DU FEU EUROPÉEN POUR CHRISTOPH BLOCHER Ŕ LUXEMBOURG
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      EUROPE. Le conseiller fédéral a participé ŕ une réunion, qu‘il a qualifiée d‘«intéressante», des 28 ministres de l‘Intérieur des Etats Schengen.

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      BATAILLE POUR LA PRÉSIDENCE DU SÉNAT ITALIEN. LE RETOUR DE L‘«INOXYDABLE»
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      Giulio Andreotti, sénateur ŕ vie. Photo: Keystone. ITALIE . Giulio Andreotti affronte ce vendredi le candidat de Romano Prodi pour la présidence du Sénat. Test crucial pour le «Professore».

Eric Jozsef, Rome Vendredi 28 avril 2006 Vainqueur sur le fil des élections lég >>>


      BEN BERNANKE PRÉPARE LE MARCHÉ Ŕ UNE PAUSE
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      CONJONCTURE. Sur le court terme, la Bourse de Wall Street n‘anticipe pas de ralentissement marqué de l‘économie américaine.

Eric Chalmet, New York Vendredi 28 avril 2006 Cet article n‘est pas disponible sur notre site internet. Ses droits d‘auteur sont propriété >>>


      CAP SUR L‘ÉGALITÉ ET LA JUSTICE
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      Renzo Ambrosetti, coprésident du syndicat Unia, réclame une adaptation des rémunérations des salariés cohérente avec celles des managers et avec les profits réalisés.

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      CARTON ROUGE POUR LA POSTE, QUI NE POURRA PAS EXTERNALISER SON SERVICE DES PAQUETS
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      Ulrich Gygi. Il verrait bien la Poste se transformait en SA. Photo: Keystone. LIBERALISATION. L‘Office fédéral de la justice juge illégal le transfert du transport des colis dans une SA. Les syndicats crient victoire et posent leurs conditions dans l‘optique du débat parlementaire sur l& >>>


      CLAUDE HĘCHE QUITTE LE GOUVERNEMENT JURASSIEN
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      JURA. Apr';s douze ans de pouvoir, le socialiste ne briguera pas de quatri';me mandat.

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      COMMENTAIRE. LE GOUFFRE DU LAXISME
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      Commentaire. La lecture de ce texte (1705 caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos abonnés en ligne.

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      CREDIT SUISSE FUSIONNE QUATRE BANQUES PRIVÉES
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      «Le Temps» reçoit le Prix Alstom Rep';re. Jusqu‘ici, le crime paie Credit Suisse n‘aurait aucun intéręt ŕ se séparer de la banque Clariden Leu Mirabaud lance sa nouvelle marque ŕ Paris La vente des poulets a peu reculé L‘invité. Comment am >>>


      CREDIT SUISSE N‘AURAIT AUCUN INTÉRĘT Ŕ SE SÉPARER DE LA BANQUE CLARIDEN LEU
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      Mirabaud lance sa nouvelle marque ŕ Paris La vente des poulets a peu reculé L‘invité. Comment améliorer la gestion des caisses de pension grâce au «reporting» Analyse. Et si le pétrole existait pour toujours...

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      CRITIQUE. ORAGE MÉTALLIQUE SUR FRIBOURG
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
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      CROISSANCE DES ENFANTS: L‘OMS VEUT IMPOSER DES NORMES
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      SANTE. L‘Organisation mondiale de la santé jure que taille et poids sont affaire de conditions de vie et non de nature.

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      DES MAIRES DE GAUCHE NICARAGUAYENS SIGNENT UN ACCORD PÉTROLIER AVEC LE PRÉSIDENT CHAVEZ
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      AMERIQUE LATINE. Un geste envers Daniel Ortega, candidat sandiniste ŕ la présidentielle de novembre.

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      ECONOMIE: LA PORTE ENTROUVERTE
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      Emploi, formation Samedi culturel Disques Livres Sciences Multimédia Rencontres Archives Revue de presse Dossiers Hors–séries Newsletters Forums Edition RSS Edition PDF Edition ePaper Coin des abonnés Boutique Events SMSAnnonces WebAdresses Publicité Voyages Présentation Visite Contacts S >>>


      GRAND THÉ'4;TRE, GRAND CRU
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      Jean–Marie Blanchard, directeur du Grand Théâtre. Photo: Keystone. LYRIQUE. La saison 2006/2007 de la maison genevoise s‘annonce somptueuse, avec huit chefs–d‘śuvre et quatre récitals prestigieux.

Rocco Zacheo Vendredi 28 avril 2006 «Nous sommes sur une corde r >>>


      IRRÉGULARITÉS FINANCIČRES Ŕ L‘HÔPITAL: APRČS VAUD, GENČVE LANCE SON AUDIT
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      VAUD/GENEVE. Les dépenses des cadres du CHUV et des HUG vont passer sous la loupe de fiduciaires. L‘utilisation des fonds de recherche est notamment pointée du doigt.

Philippe Miauton Vendredi 28 avril 2006 Le conseiller d‘Etat vaudois chargé de la Santé et de l‘action soc >>>


      JEAN–MICHEL CINA VEUT REDESSINER LA CARTE ÉCONOMIQUE DU VALAIS
      Le Temps, 28-04-2006
      VALAIS. Le patron du Département de l‘économie a présenté hier un projet de redécoupage du Valais en trois types de zones: «régions de tourisme intensif», «zones industrielles» et «espaces ruraux».

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