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      ‘FAT MAN‘ ENDS US WALKING JOURNEY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Media crews followed Mr Vaught on the final steps on his journey A US man has completed a 13–month quest to lose weight by walking across his country, from California to New York.

Steve Vaught recorded his thoughts and experiences on a website, entitled The Fat Man Walking, drawing the attention of the m >>>


      ‘THREATS‘ SHUT KASHMIR CABLE TV
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Radio Talk Where I Live A–Z Index /× Change Edition×/ #ift–banner .pipe #ift–banner form #dfh #ifh #ift–banner label #ift–banner label.uk #ift–banner label.int .domestic .int .domestic a .int a .domestic a:hover .int a:hover .extraLink UK version International version Abo >>>


      AID PLAN POSES CHALLENGE TO HAMAS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Roger Hardy BBC Middle East analyst International donors have sought a way to bypass the Hamas–led PA A plan to get money to the Palestinians – bypassing the Hamas–led government

– has been approved by the international grouping known as the Quartet. At a meeting in New York, members >>>


      AMBITIOUS SARKOZY WORKS THE CROWD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Clive Myrie BBC News, Paris I was at a dinner party the other night where half the people around the table thought it would be a terrible shame for France if Nicolas Sarkozy became president and the other half thought it would be a good thing.

Nicolas Sarkozy sharply divides opinion in French society He is >>>


      BARODA: THE DIVIDED CITY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Suvojit Bagchi BBC News, Baroda The recent violence left six people dead The recent violence in Baroda, in the Indian state of Gujarat, has led to an increase in tension between the city‘s Hindus and Muslims.

Six people died in the violence which followed the demolition of a 200–year–old M >>>


      BOSNIA COURT HOLDS GENOCIDE TRIAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Almost 8,000 men and boys died in the Srebrenica massacre The war crimes court in Bosnia–Hercegovina has begun its first genocide trial in the capital Sarajevo.

Eleven Bosnian Serbs are accused of killing more than 1,000 Muslim men and boys in a single day during the July 1''5 massacre at Srebren >>>


      BRUSSELS PROPOSES A ‘DECLARATION‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Jose Manuel Barroso: Delivering results will strengthen public trust The European Commission has suggested EU member states should sign a broad political declaration on values and ambitions next year.

It says this could serve as the basis for a future shake–up of EU institutions, of the kind proposed in >>>


      CHIRAC DEFENDS HIS PM OVER ‘PLOT‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Mr Chirac publicly said he had full confidence in his PM French President Jacques Chirac has defended his PM over a political scandal swirling around his government.

Mr Chirac denounced "rumours and slander" and said he had full confidence in Dominique de Villepin, in his first public comments on the >>>


      CUTS SQUEEZE LIFELINE TO GAZA‘S SICK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Alan Johnston BBC News, Gaza An elderly man called Raabeh Al Masri sat in a Gaza City hospital ward linked by a tube in his arm to a machine that keeps him alive.

Dialysis patients at Shifa Hospital have had their treatment reduced The dialysis unit was doing its job. It was pumping and whirring, and flushi >>>


      DALAI LAMA ‘BEHIND LHASA UNREST‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      The Dalai Lama says he wants autonomy for Tibet China has blamed the Dalai Lama for an outbreak of violence at a Buddhist monastery in Tibet, accusing the exiled spiritual leader of stirring up unrest.

The official Xinhua news agency said 17 Tibetans on 14 March destroyed a pair of statues at Lhasa‘s Gan >>>


      DOMESTIC KILLINGS SHOCK SWISS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Imogen Foulkes BBC News, Geneva Rey–Bellet was a star in Switzerland with a wide following The murder last week of one of Switzerland‘s most famous skiers has forced the Swiss to look long and hard at a crime that is worryingly common in their society.

Corinne Rey–Bellet was shot by her hu >>>


      EYEWITNESS: RUNNING FROM MOGADISHU FIGHTING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Teacher Ahmed Mohammed Fardolle, 2', spoke to the BBC News website from an area just south of where the fighting has been raging in Somalia‘s capital.

Since Sunday, he has not been able to return to his home in north Mogadishu known as CC where the fighting broke out.

The streets of Mogadish >>>


      FOES MUST CHOOSE ‘WAR OR PEACE‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Mr Akashi has been involved in the peace process since 2002 The Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tiger rebels must decide whether the island faces war or peace, a Japanese special envoy has said.

Yasushi Akashi was speaking after a five–day visit in which he met President Rajapakse and rebel leaders.
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      FRANCE REMEMBERS SLAVERY VICTIMS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Clive Myrie BBC News, Paris Jacques Chirac has also promised to fight modern forms of slavery France is to become the first European country to hold a national day of remembrance for the victims of slavery.

Wednesday‘s day of commemoration has been ordered by President Jacques Chirac, who says the sta >>>


      GAZAN TRADERS FALL ON DESPERATE TIMES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Alan Johnston BBC News, Gaza Gaza shoppers are staying at home as wages are left unpaid All the shopkeepers on Gaza City‘s Palestine Street say the same thing

– that they have never known such hard times. These are traders who have been through decades of Israeli occupation and two Palestinian u >>>


      GERMAN CANNIBAL GUILTY OF MURDER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Meiwes says he froze body parts and then ate them A German man who killed and ate an apparently willing victim has been sentenced to life in prison after he was found guilty of murder.

Armin Meiwes, 44, was sentenced to eight–and–a–half years in prison in 2004 after being found guilty of the >>>


      HEAVY FIGHTING FOR SOMALI CAPITAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      French More Last Updated: Tuesday, ' May 2006, 13:07 GMT 14:07 UK Heavy fighting for Somali capital There are concerns that worse fighting is to come Fighting has intensified in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, on the third day of clashes, which have killed 4' people.

An alliance of warlords and an Islam >>>


      HICKS MAY SERVE TERM IN AUSTRALIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Hicks has been held at Guantanamo Bay for four years Australian Guantanamo Bay prisoner David Hicks may be transferred home to serve out any sentence he receives, the government in Canberra has said.

Mr Hicks has been held at the US base in Cuba for four years, since he was captured in Afghanistan in late 2001 >>>


      INDIA AND US TO EXPLORE THE MOON
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      India is also considering a manned mission to the Moon India and the US are to conduct joint research experiments on the Moon.

Under an accord between the countries‘ space agencies, India‘s first unmanned lunar mission will carry two scientific payloads from the US agency, Nasa.

Indian off >>>


      IRAN LEADER ATTACKS WEST‘S ‘LIES‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Condoleezza Rice warned Iran‘s president he could be isolated Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has accused Western nations of hypocrisy and of peddling a "big lie" over its nuclear programme.

Visiting Indonesia, he said that while expressing concern, the West was expanding its own weapons >>>


      IRISH DETECT DIVINE INTERFERENCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Ireland is an important route for trans–Atlantic flights Ireland‘s communications regulator has advised priests of a possible link between parish radio broadcasts and static on airline pilots‘ radios.

ComReg spoke to priests in counties Kildare, Meath and Kilkenny about unlicensed broadcastin >>>


      ISRAEL WARNS HAMAS OVER BORDERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Ehud Olmert wants international support for his plans Israel is set to give the Palestinians until the end of 2006 to show they are ready to negotiate a final peace deal, Israel‘s justice minister has said.

Otherwise Israel could unilaterally fix its final borders by 2008, the AP news agency quoted Haim >>>


      LAND BATTLE DIVIDES SOUTH AFRICANS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Americas Asia–Pacific Europe Middle East South Asia UK England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales Business Politics Health Education Science/Nature Technology Entertainment –––––––––––––––––

Have Your Say M >>>


      MID–EAST QUARTET FACES CHANGED TIMES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Jeremy Bowen BBC Middle East Editor The big powers that have taken a strong interest in the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians have a problem. Fixed points in the political landscape have changed, and their policies are not keeping up.

The so–called Quartet, of the US, EU, Russia and the U >>>


      MOBUTU EXILES HOME AFTER 40 YEARS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      TV Radio Talk Where I Live A–Z Index /× Change Edition×/ #ift–banner .pipe #ift–banner form #dfh #ifh #ift–banner label #ift–banner label.uk #ift–banner label.int .domestic .int .domestic a .int a .domestic a:hover .int a:hover .extraLink UK version International version >>>


      MOTHER HELD OVER LAXATIVE COOKIES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      The girls allegedly involved were suspended from school A woman has been charged in the United States after allegedly helping her daughter make biscuits for a teacher that were spiked with laxatives.

The teacher had reportedly given the girl low marks. However the alleged prank backfired when the teacher did n >>>


      MUSEUM COMMENTS SPARK TURKISH ROW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      The comments said Erdogan was undermining the Turkish state A row has erupted in Turkey over comments about the prime minister written in a visitors‘ book in a museum dedicated to Turkey‘s founding father.

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan tore out the page with the remarks accusing him of b >>>


      NAPOLITANO ELECTED ITALY‘S LEADER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Mr Napolitano is the country‘s 11th post–war president Former communist Giorgio Napolitano has been elected president of Italy, clearing the way for the creation of a new government.

The 80–year–old won an absolute majority of 543 votes out of a possible 1,00' after a fourth round o >>>


      NORTH IRAQ BLAST KILLS 17 PEOPLE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      A car bomb has killed at least 17 people and injured 35 in the northern Iraqi town of Talafar, police say.

The bomb in a pick–up truck exploded on Tuesday at a market in the town,
150km ('0 miles) from the Syrian border.

Talafar is said to be a centre for Iraqi insurgents and thought to >>>


      PALESTINIAN FACTIONS PLEDGE CALM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Three people were killed in Hamas–Fatah clashes on Monday Leaders of rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah say they have agreed moves to end fighting between them.

Palestinian PM Ismail Haniya, of Hamas, was flanked by a Fatah spokesman as he announced the two sides would try to fix their difference >>>


      PALESTINIAN FUEL CRISIS LOOMING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Fuel is reportedly already being rationed in the West Bank An Israeli firm providing the only fuel source to the Palestinians has decided to cut off supplies because of mounting Palestinian Authority (PA) debts.

The Palestinian Petroleum Agency head said he expected petrol and cooking gas would run out within >>>


      PALESTINIANS FLEE IRAQ FOR SYRIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      The Palestinians say they received death threats in Iraq More than 200 Palestinians fleeing Iraq have been allowed to leave the country and enter Syria.

They had spent weeks stranded at the desert border crossing with Jordan, which had refused to let them in.

The 244 refugees crossed the Iraqi border >>>


      PALESTINIANS TO GET INTERIM AID
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Aid agencies have warned that Palestinians are getting poorer Middle East mediators have endorsed a "temporary international mechanism" to resume the flow of foreign aid to the Palestinians, the UN has said.

The arrangement was agreed after talks between the US, UN, EU and Russia in New York. It will >>>


      PUTIN TO PUSH FOREIGN POLICY AIMS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Energy security may be a key theme for Mr Putin Russian President Vladimir Putin will make his seventh annual address to the nation on Wednesday.

The exact contents of the speech are kept secret until delivery, but it is expected to place more emphasis on foreign policy than in previous years.

Mr Puti >>>


      RESCUED MINERS IN ‘GOOD HEALTH‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Education Science/Nature Technology Entertainment –––––––––––––––––

Have Your Say Magazine In Pictures Country Profiles In Depth Programmes RELATED BBC SITES SPORT WEATHER CBBC NEWSROUND ON THIS DAY NEWSWATCH >>>


      SARKOZY VOWS TO EXPOSE ‘PLOTTERS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Mr Sarkozy‘s speech was broadcast on national television France‘s interior minister has strongly attacked those he believes are behind a plot to discredit him and prevent a possible presidential bid next year.

Nicolas Sarkozy said he would do everything possible to uncover the truth behind attempts >>>


      SWISS VISAS PROBED IN ISLAMABAD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Zafar Abbas BBC News, Islamabad Authorities are probing whether an organised gang is involved Two Swiss police officers are in Islamabad to help Pakistani officials investigate what is being described as a major human trafficking scandal.

Last week, the Swiss embassy decided to close its visa section and la >>>


      TASMANIA BACKS MINE SAFETY PROBE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Todd Russell and Brant Webb were rescued late on Monday Tasmania‘s government has agreed to an independent inquiry into mine safety following a disaster which trapped two miners underground for two weeks.

Brant Webb, 37, and Todd Russell, 34, woke on Wednesday in their own beds for the first time since 2 >>>


      UN BOSS GIVES THIRD TERM WARNING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Mr Obasanjo‘s second term in office ends next year UN head Kofi Annan has warned African leaders against tampering with constitutions to extend their rule.

"We need to play by the rules," he told the Guardian newspaper in Nigeria where a third term row is dominating the country‘s politics >>>


      UN URGED TO HASTEN DARFUR FORCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Heavy fighting for Somali capital Mobutu exiles home after 40 years Direct aid to governments ‘works‘ News Alerts E–mail services Mobiles/PDAs Headlines for your site BBC Copyright Notice Back to top Help Privacy and Cookies Policy News sources About the BBC Contact us
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      UNEASE RAISED OVER CHINA RESEARCH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Jill McGivering BBC News Some analysts say Chinese scientists have different values Some 120 US–based Chinese scientists have expressed concern that research in China is improperly monitored.

They have written an open letter to China‘s science minister saying the lack of controls could damage th >>>


      UNIONS HALT PUERTO RICO PROTESTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Anger has been growing over the financial crisis Puerto Rican trade unions have called off protests against the government‘s financial record as they await the findings of a newly–formed commission.

The commission will on Wednesday issue recommendations on how to resolve a $740m (Ł406m) budget >>>


      US CRITICISES NEW UN RIGHTS BODY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      John Bolton was highly critical of Cuba‘s inclusion The US has attacked the newly–formed United Nations Human Rights Council after countries such as Cuba were elected to its 47–member body.

Cuba, China and Pakistan are among many nations considered to have poor rights records which have joine >>>


      US OIL WORKER KILLED IN NIGERIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      A US oil worker has been shot dead in the troubled southern Nigerian city of Port Harcourt.

Rivers State Police Commissioner Samuel Agbetuyi told the BBC attackers on a motorbike shot the man as he was driving his car early on Wednesday.

The BBC‘s Abdullahi Kaura Abubakar says this is first time >>>


      US URGES DIPLOMACY IN IRAN CRISIS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Mr Bush said the goal was to stop Iran getting nuclear weapons US President George W Bush has said that diplomacy is the "number one option" to resolve the dispute with Iran over its nuclear activities.

He was speaking hours after foreign ministers of major powers meeting in New York failed to agree >>>


      WASHINGTON DIARY: CULTURE OF GIVING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Matt Frei BBC News, Washington It is easy for stingy foreigners, myself included, to underestimate the culture of philanthropy and fundraising in the United States.

Soon after one of my daughters started going to a private school in Washington, I received a call from a mother of one of her classmates.
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      WHAT‘S IN A SCHOOL UNIFORM?
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Laura Smith–Spark BBC News Generations of British schoolchildren have been marshalled into uniform Love it or loathe it, school uniform is a part of growing up for countless children around the world.

But a suggestion that it should be made compulsory in German schools has provoked a storm of opinion. >>>


      WOULD AN ATTACK ON IRAN BE LEGAL?
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      By Paul Reynolds World Affairs Correspondent, BBC News website As diplomatic attempts continue in the UN Security Council to get Iran to suspend its nuclear enrichment activities, the question has been raised about an American attack on Iran and whether it would be legal under international law.

Iran says its >>>


      ZAPATISTAS WARN OF ‘SOCIAL RAGE‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 10-05-2006
      Marcos now prefers to be known as Delegate Zero Mexico is in a state of rage, Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos has warned in a rare TV interview.

Marcos voiced his support for peasant farmers who clashed with police last week in a riot that killed a teenager.

He said the current climate was >>>


      " ON USERA DU BULLDOZER, S&#8217;IL LE FAUT "
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Actualisé le 0' mai 2006 ŕ 22:34 en bref A la Une Actualite Economie Régions Internationale Temps présent Sports Epoque Derni';re L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Info Kabylie info Setif–info Forums et débats >>>


      ALGER, CAPITALE CULTURELLE ARABE
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Alger, capitale culturelle arabe Ecrans sans retour pleins feux sur le cinéma national ŕ loccasion de la prochaine manifestation ŕ Alger, capitale de la culture arabe, 2007. La commission préparatoire travaille avec ardeur pour lire jusquau bout tous les scénarios quelle reçoit.

L >>>


      CNEC
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Bounedjma accuse le gouvernement Le président de la Coordination nationale des enfants de chouhada (CNEC), Khaled Bounedjma, tire ŕ boulets rouges sur le gouvernement, nhésitant pas ŕ accuser léquipe de Ahmed Ouyahia de geler " sciemment " la loi relative au moudjahid et au chahid.
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      DIPLOMATES US EN VISITE
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      La visite exploratoire que vient deffectuer Nicholle Mantz, –lattachée économique et commerciale aupr';s de lambassade US– ŕ Mostaganem, aura incontestablement servi ŕ lever quelques équivoques. La premi';re serait assurément que nos opérateurs économi >>>


      EL BORDJ (MASCARA)
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      28 millions DA pour un centre de sport Un nouveau centre de sport de proximité (CSP) a été ouvert, ce lundi, au cours de la célébration de la 61e anniversaire des événements de 8 Mai 1'45, dans la commune dEl Bordj, ŕ 30 km du chef–lieu de la wilaya de Mascara.

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      JOURNÉES D&#8217;ÉTUDE DE CRITIQUE DRAMATIQUE POUR LES JOURNALISTES
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Culture Festival de théâtre professionnel Journées détude de critique dramatique pour les journalistes Dans leur exposé des motifs, ils postulent pour que la lecture du texte et de la représentation ne peut ętre sérieuse que si elle est informative, cest–ŕ–dire >>>


      JS BORDJ MENAĎEL
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Enfin laccession ! Le club des Coquelicots vient de réaliser une accession en division interrégions en prenant le meilleur sur son dauphin le CRBD Beďda (2–0). Avec neuf longueurs davance, la JSBM rejoindra le palier supérieur apr';s une nette domination en championnat régional I >>>


      JSM BÉJAĎA
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Les Béjaouis préparent la fęte Apr';s la tręve quils ont observée ŕ cause de larręt du championnat, dont la derni';re défaite face ŕ lUSM El Harrach, cela a compromis leurs chances de jouer pour le titre de champion.

Les Béjaouis de la JSMB se p >>>


      L&#8217;IMPOSSIBLE COMPROMIS
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Internationale Bataille pour le pouvoir en Irak Limpossible compromis Lon reparle de la conférence de réconciliation nationale irakienne, une suggestion de la Ligue des Etats arabes. Une mani';re toute particuli';re de rejeter lédifice institutionnel, fruit pourtant délections qui s >>>


      LA FONCTION PUBLIQUE
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Les syndicats font cause commune La gr';ve organisée, hier, par lintersyndicale de la Fonction publique a été partiellement suivie. La mobilisation des travailleurs diff';re dun secteur ŕ un autre.

Si les lycées ont connu une paralysie presque totale, le débrayage >>>


      LA FRANCE COLONIALE DE NOUVEAU CIBLÉE
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      " Il y a eu 8 millions de morts en Algérie et non 1 million et demi " Intervenant, hier, lors de la célébration du 75e anniversaire de la création de lassociation des Ouléma musulmans algériens, le docteur Abdelhalim Aouisse, éminent spécialiste égyptien dans lhist >>>


      LA RÉALITÉ DU TERRAIN
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Il faut affronter le probl';me de lexode subi ŕ Blida pour diverses raisons. Le retour nest pas certain pour la plupart de ces familles mais nous ne devons pas nous laisser envahir par cette précarité. " Les propos du wali de Blida ce dimanche lors de la réunion de lExécutif de wil >>>


      LES CHIFFRES DU MINISTČRE DE LA COMMUNICATION
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Dans un numéro spécial intitulé Carnet des médias, le minist';re de la Communication donne létat des tirages de tous les journaux présents sur les étals.

Premier du genre depuis louverture du champ médiatique ŕ la faveur de la loi '0–07 du 3 avril >>>


      LES HÔTELS–POUBELLES NE SERONT PLUS TOLÉRÉS
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      La mise ŕ niveau des établissements hôteliers est un des fondements de la politique de développement du tourisme ŕ lhorizon 2015 et qui vise ŕ faire de ce secteur une activité principale de léconomie nationale de substitution aux ressources tarissables et un secteur créateur >>>


      MITTAL STEEL EL HADJAR
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Contrats ŕ durée déterminée pour de jeunes ingénieurs Recrutés en 2005 par la société indienne Mittal Steel El Hadjar dans le cadre du contrat pré–emploi, 340 jeunes ingénieurs et techniciens sur les 344 en poste ont été maintenus ŕ leur poste de tr >>>


      NOUVELLES PLACES PÉDAGOGIQUES
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Une source au fait du dossier de luniversité de Souk Ahras vient de confirmer lapprobation par le minist';re de lEnseignement supérieur du projet de linstitut dagronomie pour lannée 2006–2007.

Dune capacité de 1200 places pédagogiques avec une résidence de 550 lits, >>>


      NUCLÉAIRE IRANIEN
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      LONU divisée Les chefs de la diplomatie des cinq Grands et de lAllemagne ont discuté lundi soir pendant plus de trois heures du dossier nucléaire iranien, sans parvenir ŕ un accord sur une résolution contraignante pour Téhéran.

" Il ny a pas encore daccord sur le fait qu >>>


      ON VOUS LE DIT
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Un journal marocain condamné pour avoir diffamé Bouteflika La cour dappel de Casablanca a confirmé la peine dun an de prison avec sursis et lamende ŕ lencontre du directeur dun magazine marocain poursuivi pour diffamation envers le président algérien Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Driss Chahtane, d >>>


      PME
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Les obstacles ŕ la formation au cśur des débats Le Centre de recherche en économie appliquée pour le développement (Cread) organisera les 13 et 14 mai un colloque international sous le th';me " Formation, développement des compétences et performances des PME : enjeux >>>


      RELIZANE
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Vols dans les lycées Les éléments de la police judiciaire de la wilaya de Relizane ont réussi ŕ mettre hors détat de nuire une bande de malfaiteurs spécialisée dans le vol des équipements des établissements scolaires. Dans le groupe, qui se compose de 6 élémen >>>


      REMOUS Ŕ AĎN OUESSERA
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      A lécrasante majorité, lAPC de Aďn Ouessara a décidé, lors dune réunion extraordinaire tenue dimanche de suspendre ses activités en attendant une solution palliative temporaire au départ du chef de daďra quelle a exigé expressément sur un PV adressé au wali de >>>


      SUIVI MITIGÉ DANS LE SECTEUR DE L&#8217;ÉDUCATION
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Actualite Suivi mitigé dans le secteur de léducation Les lycées ont répondu massivement ŕ la gr';ve ŕ laquelle a appelé, hier, lintersyndicale de la Fonction publique. Ce nétait toutefois pas le cas des autres paliers de léducation nationale, du moins selon notre con >>>


      TNA
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Djazaďr El Assima rend hommage ŕ Bachtarzi Les planches du TNA vivront, ce jeudi, un grand événement culturel et artistique en hommage ŕ celui qui a donné son nom ŕ cette prestigieuse enceinte, le regretté Mahieddine Bachtarzi, considéré comme lune des figures les plus >>>


      UN FOSSÉ D&#8217;INCOMPRÉHENSION
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Reportage La politique extérieure des Etats–unis dAmérique Un fossé dincompréhension Et si les Etats–Unis restaient traumatisés par les attentats de New York pour de longues années ? LAmérique de George W. Bush et de Condoleezza Rice se sent visiblement ŕ laise dans >>>


      UNE ASSEMBLÉE INTERDITE Ŕ BOUMERDČS
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      La section du CNES de luniversité Mhamed Bouguerra de Boumerd';s sest vu interdire, hier, la tenue dune assemblée générale ayant pour ordre du jour " la préparation de la gr';ve de la semaine prochaine ".

La réunion devait se tenir en début dapr& >>>


      ÉCOLE DES BEAUX–ARTS D&#8217;AZAZGA
      El Watan, 10-05-2006
      Régions École des beaux–arts dAzazga En attendant la renaissance Créée en 1''8, lEcole régionale des beaux–arts d Azazga (ŕ 40 km ŕ lest de la ville de Tizi Ouzou) occupe danciens locaux dune école religieuse chrétienne datant de lépoque coloniale.>>>


      A YOUNG BOY HOLDS UP...
      Kathimerin, 10-05-2006
      PETROS KARADJIAS/AP A young boy holds up a banner as he takes part yesterday in a demonstration outside the presidential palace in the Cypriot capital, Nicosia. Some 150 immigrants held a peaceful protest to demand that asylum seekers be allowed to work and the release of a group of migrants who have been held in custo >>>


      DEAF EAR TO CHILD VIOLENCE
      Kathimerin, 10-05-2006
      Too little is being done in Greece to provide an outlet for children to talk about violence, child experts said yesterday after unveiling a survey which suggested that most schoolchildren had first–hand experience of violent acts.

The National Center for Social Research (EKKE) questioned some 2,000 child >>>


      GRAFT IN PUBLIC SECTOR IS THRIVING
      Kathimerin, 10-05-2006
      Town planning offices have become a focal point for corruption in the public sector, but graft has also been found in other areas for the first time, according to a report made public yesterday.

The Public Administration Inspectors’ Agency said that it looked into 1,018 suspected cases of corruption last year. >>>


      GREEKS SNAP UP LOANS
      Kathimerin, 10-05-2006
      Credit growth hits 30 percent as 60,000 loan holders stagger under debts Greek households snapped up home and consumer loans at a fast pace in the first two months of 2006 as credit growth jumped by about a third, according to Bank of Greece (BoG) data released yesterday, while more than 60,000 loan holders are struggl >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 10-05-2006
      CORRUPTION TRIAL Court postpones hearing of ex–judge and 10 lawyers until next month The keenly awaited trial of former judge Leonidas Stathis and 10 lawyers who are alleged to have bribed him to rule in their favor will begin on June 5, a criminal appeals court in Athens decided yesterday. The trial — which is t >>>


      PEDESTRIANS WALK PAST A TEKFENBANK BRANCH...
      Kathimerin, 10-05-2006
      AP/MURAD SEZER Pedestrians walk past a Tekfenbank branch in central Istanbul, Turkey, yesterday. EFG Eurobank Ergasias and Turkey’s Tekfen Group announced yesterday that they have agreed to join forces in the Turkish market. The Greek lender will buy a 70 percent stake in its Turkish peer for 143.4 million euros. >>>


      SILENCE ORDERED ON KARAHASAN
      Kathimerin, 10-05-2006
      New Democracy ministers, deputies and officials were ordered yesterday not to talk about PASOK’s decision to appoint a Greek Muslim woman as its candidate to run for Drama–Kavala–Xanthi prefect in October after comments by the local minister sparked controversy.

Government sources said that the Pri >>>


      STRIKE SET TO HIT OA FLIGHTS
      Kathimerin, 10-05-2006
      A nationwide strike by the country’s largest private sector union group, GSEE, tomorrow is expected to disrupt air travel with Olympic Airlines canceling 51 flights, including 13 to overseas destinations.

Olympic Airlines will operate one flight to each domestic destination and only one flight to each foreign >>>


      THIEVES FLASH GRENADE TO SPEED UP IKA HEIST
      Kathimerin, 10-05-2006
      Armed robbers threatened to explode a hand grenade during a raid on an IKA social security office in northeastern Athens yesterday which netted the two thieves some 200,000 euros, police said.

The men burst into the building in Aghioi Anargyroi at around 10.30 a.m. just as a security guard was about to leave a >>>


      AHMADINEYAD ALECCIONA A BUSH EN UNA CARTA DE 18 P'3;GINAS PARA QUE SEA FIEL A JESUCRISTO
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      Rice rechaza por vacua la inusual misiva del dirigente iraní, rica en retórica provocadora La carta del presidente iraní, Mahmud Ahmadineyad, a George W. Bush es un alegato ideológico y está llena de reproches a EE.UU. El líder del régimen teocrático constata el fracaso de la dem >>>


      CHIRAC DENUNCIA LA "DICTADURA DEL RUMOR Y LA CALUMNIA" Y MANTIENE SU CONFIANZA EN VILLEPIN
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      Cesado el vicepresidente de EADS por el escándalo "Clearstream" LVD – 10/05/2006 – 13.21 horas Actualizada: 10/05/2006 15.50 horas París. (EFE).– El presidente francés, Jacques Chirac, arremetió hoy contra la «dictadura del rumor» y la «calumnia», >>>


      DE GUANT'3;NAMO A ALBANIA
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      Washington libera y envía a Tirana a cinco activistas islámicos chinos detenidos en Afganistán en otońo del 2001 China reclamaba la extradición de los uigures, pero EE. UU. temía que fueran torturados RAFAEL POCH – 10/05/2006 Pekín. Corresponsal Cinco activistas islámicos c >>>


      DETENIDOS 20 ACTIVISTAS DE HAMAS EN AM'3;N POR CONTRABANDO DE ARMAS
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      LVD – 10/05/2006 – 14.15 horas Amán. (EFE).– Un total de 20 activistas del movimiento palestino Hamas han sido detenidos en Jordania por su presunta implicación en un contrabando de armas, declaró hoy el portavoz del gobierno jordano, Naser Yuda.

El portavoz explicó que es >>>


      EL EX COMUNISTA GIORGIO NAPOLITANO ELEGIDO NUEVO JEFE DEL ESTADO ITALIANO
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      El centro–izquierda vota en bloque al senador vitalicio por primera vez y permite la elección por mayoría simple en la cuarta votación LVD – 10/05/2006 – 13.15 horas Actualizada: 10/05/2006 13.38 horas Roma. (EFE) – El ex comunista Giorgio Napolitano, de 81 ańos, ex president >>>


      EL PRIMER MINISTRO PALESTINO RECIBE CON RESERVAS LA AYUDA DEL CUARTETO
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      Ismail Haniye dice que EE.UU, la Unión Europea, Rusia y la ONU aceptan transferir fondos "para imponer concesiones" LVD – 10/05/2006 – 10.00 horas Gaza. (EFE).– El primer ministro palestino, Ismail Haniye, ha recibido hoy con reservas la decisión adoptada por el Cuarteto de Madrid >>>


      EL SINN FEIN APOYAR'3; LA CANDIDATURA DEL REVERENDO PAISLEY PARA MINISTRO PRINCIPAL DE IRLANDA DEL NORTE
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      LVD – 16/04/2006 – 16.07 horas Encuestas żCuál debe ser el futuro de Irlanda del Norte?

Foros El proceso de paz en Irlanda del Norte Información gráfica Resultados en las elecciones Ulster 2003 El Sinn Fein apoyará la candidatura del reverendo Paisley para ministro principa >>>


      LA ELECCIÓN DEL PRESIDENTE DE ITALIA SE ATASCA POR EL VOTO EN BLANCO DE IZQUIERDA Y DERECHA
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      El candidato de Prodi, Giorgio Napolitano, podría ser elegido hoy sin el ansiado consenso La segunda jornada de votaciones de un millar de parlamentarios y delegados regionales para elegir al futuro jefe de Estado de Italia se saldó con nuevas fumatas negras, ante la imposibilidad de que centroizquierda y cen >>>


      LOS LÍDERES PALESTINOS DE AL FATAH Y HAMAS ACUERDAN UN ALTO EL FUEGO
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      LVD – 10/05/2006 – 07.13 horas Gaza. (EFE).– Los líderes palestinos del gubernamental Hamas y de su rival Al Fatah acordaron esta madrugada un alto el fuego para acabar con los enfrentamientos entre sus militantes que causaron la muerte de tres personas y 25 heridos.

El primer ministro p >>>


      ONCE MUERTOS Y TRES HERIDOS TRAS EL ASALTO DE UN GRUPO DE HOMBRES ARMADOS A UN AUTOBÚS EN BAQUBA
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      Otros seis iraquíes mueren por la explosión de una bomba al noreste de Bagdad LVD – 10/05/2006 – 08.53 horas Actualizada: 10/05/2006 0'.30 horas Bagdad. (EFE). Al menos 11 personas han fallecido y otras tres han resultado heridas hoy miércoles tras el asalto de un grupo de hombres armados >>>


      PAKIST'3;N INVESTIGA EL SUICIDIO DE UN JOVEN EN UNA C'3;RCEL ALEMANA
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      Amir intentó atacar al director de ´Die Welt´, que satirizó a Mahoma La muerte de un joven pakistaní en una cárcel berlinesa – fue detenido por querer agredir al director de Die Welt, que publicó caricaturas de Mahoma– será investigada por agentes de su país, pes >>>


      SARKOZY DECLARA ANTE EL JUEZ Y PIDE QUE SE AMPLÍE LA INVESTIGACIÓN DEL CASO CLEARSTREAM
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      Nuevos datos implican al vicepresidente de EADS, Jean–Louis Gergorin, en el ´affaire´ Sarkozy tiene en el punto de mira a Villepin. El ministro del Interior declaró ayer ante uno de los jueces del caso Clearstream – una trama urdida para desacreditarle– y le pidió que se amplí >>>


      TRES CIVILES MUERTOS Y 16 HERIDOS EN UN ATENTADO EN UNA CAFETERÍA DE TAILANDIA
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      LVD – 10/05/2006 – 11.05 horas Bangkok. (EFE).– Al menos tres personas murieron, entre ellas una mujer embarazada, y otras 16 resultaron heridas hoy al explosionar una bomba en la región musulmana de Pattani (sur de Tailandia), indicó la policía.

La explosión de la bomba, >>>


      BACHELET INVITA A LOS EMPRESARIOS ESPAŃOLES A CONTRIBUIR AL DESARROLLO DE CHILE
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      La presidenta chilena recoge de manos de Fernández de la Vega el "Premio Nueva Economía Forum 2006" LVD – 10/05/2006 – 14.4' horas Madrid. (EFE).– La presidenta de Chile, Michelle Bachelet, invitó hoy en Madrid a los empresarios espańoles y, por extensión a los d >>>


      CAROD: "SI ERC NO ES V'3;LIDA AHORA EN EL GOBIERNO PUEDE NO SERLO EN EL FUTURO"
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      LVD – 10/05/2006 – 15.32 horas Madrid. (EFE).– El presidente de ERC, Josep Lluís Carod–Rovira, ha advertido al PSC e ICV de que si su partido "no es válido" ahora para estar en el gobierno de Catalunya, podría no serlo tampoco para la formación del Ejecutivo que sal >>>


      CARRETERO CARGA CONTRA MARAGALL Y OPINA QUE ERC NO DEBE REEDITAR EL TRIPARTITO CON ÉL
      La Vanguardia, 10-05-2006
      Los partidos "ofrecemos una imagen esperpéntica", por lo que "cuanto antes acabemos con este hazmerreír, mejor", dice el ex conseller LVD – 10/05/2006 – 13.46 horas Barcelona. (EFE).– El ex conseller de Governació Joan Carretero, que fue el primer dirigente de ERC qu >>>



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