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      ‘CRISIS‘ WARNING OVER HAMAS FORCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Palestinian police were deployed in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday A senior aide to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says there will be a crisis unless the Hamas–led government withdraws a new security force.

Several thousand members of the Palestinian security services have paraded through Gaza chanting >>>


      ‘MANY DEAD‘ IN MAJOR AFGHAN CLASH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      British troops are in charge of security in Helmand Southern Afghanistan has seen a fierce battle between Taleban fighters and police, with officials saying more than 40 people were killed.

The fighting erupted in Helmand province where hundreds of British troops are leading security operations.

Viole >>>


      AFGHAN HISTORY‘S WARNING TO UK TROOPS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
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      ANGER IN MALI OVER SARKOZY VISIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      The deportation of immigrants in the 1''0s shocked Malians Hundreds of Malians are marching through the capital, Bamako, to protest at the visit of hardline French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy.

The march follows a statement from Malian MPs, calling on Mr Sarkozy to call off his "undesirable&q >>>


      AUSTRALIAN FIRM ‘BRIBED SADDAM‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      An Australian wheat exporter has admitted paying money to Saddam Hussein‘s former regime in Iraq in violation of United Nations sanctions.

An inquiry into claims that the former Australian Wheat Board paid bribes for contracts released a statement in which the board apologised for its actions.

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      BRAZIL TOLL UP AS POLICE HIT BACK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Caribbean More Last Updated: Wednesday, 17 May 2006, 1':48 GMT 20:48 UK Brazil toll up as police hit back Police have set up roadblocks and ID checks in Sao Paulo Brazilian police have shot and killed at least 22 suspected gang members amid continuing violence in Sao Paulo state.

The deaths, part of a poli >>>


      BUSH SIGNS ‘PRO–GROWTH‘ TAX CUT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Mr Bush described the cuts as part of a pro–growth economic policy President George W Bush has signed into law a $70bn (Ł37bn) tax cut which he says will boost the US economy.

Republicans hope it will help them keep control of Congress in November‘s mid–terms elections, analysts say.
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      CANADA‘S AFGHAN MISSION EXTENDED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Prime Minister Harper fought hard to get his motion through Canadian legislators have narrowly voted to extend the country‘s combat mission in Afghanistan by two years, until February 200'.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper‘s motion passed by 14' votes to 145, despite opposition complaints of b >>>


      CANADA WOMAN DIES IN AFGHAN RAID
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Capt Goddard is Canada‘s 16th military fatality in Afghanistan A female Canadian soldier has been killed in Afghanistan in clashes with suspected Taleban militants.

The death was the 16th fatality among Canadian troops in Afghanistan. A senior diplomat was killed in January.

The latest death was >>>


      CHAVEZ TALKS OIL ON LIBYA VISIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
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      CHINA CHURCH SEEKS FILM BOYCOTT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      The Da Vinci Code is being shown in more than 30 Chinese cinemas China‘s state–backed Roman Catholic Church is urging its members to boycott controversial Hollywood blockbuster The Da Vinci Code.

The film was immoral and offensive to Christians, the deputy leader of the Church said.

It was >>>


      CIA NOMINEE FACES SENATE GRILLING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Gen Hayden will face questions on the domestic spying programme The man US President George W Bush has picked to head the CIA is appearing before a Senate confirmation hearing.

General Michael Hayden, a former head of the National Security Agency (NSA), was chosen after the shock resignation of Porter Goss alm >>>


      CONDITIONAL RELEASE FOR FUJIMORI
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Mr Fujimori resigned the presidency by fax in 2000 Peru‘s former President, Alberto Fujimori, has been granted conditional release by Chile‘s Supreme Court after six months in detention.

He will not be allowed to leave the country until the court rules on whether he can be extradited to Peru.
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      COURT HEARINGS IN KEY EGYPT CASES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      By Heba Saleh BBC News, Cairo Violent clashes occurred when the two judges were in court on 11 May Cairo‘s High Court is to hold hearings in two key trials that have cast doubts about the Egyptian government‘s commitment to political reform.

A disciplinary tribunal will be examining the case of two >>>


      CRUNCH TIME FOR US‘ NORTH KOREA POLICY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      By Paul Reynolds World Affairs Correspondent, BBC News website The United States is reported to be preparing an initiative to draw North Korea into new talks about its nuclear programme at a moment described by Henry Kissinger as "similar to what the world faced in 1'38 and at the beginning of the Cold War&quo >>>


      DOUBTS OVER IRAN NUCLEAR CAPACITY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Iran‘s nuclear programme may not be as advanced as it seems Doubts have been raised about how technically advanced Iran‘s nuclear programme is, after it emerged Tehran may have used material from China.

Western diplomatic sources told the BBC the material used in Iran‘s recent uranium enrichm >>>


      EUROPE DIARY: CONSTITUTIONAL STEPS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
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      FIGHTING A STRENGTHENING TALEBAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      By Alastair Leithead BBC News, Afghanistan Taleban fighters are able to attack, then melt away into communities Southern Afghanistan was the birthplace of the Taleban and over the past few months it seems the remnants of the former government are still determined to fight.

The attacks have taken the form of co >>>


      INDIAN SHARES SUFFER RECORD DROP
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Bombay‘s Wall Street – ‘individual investors suffer the most‘ Shares on India‘s Bombay Stock Exchange have suffered their biggest one–day fall in value in its history.

The benchmark Sensex index at one stage dropped by 872 points to 11,346 – a 7.1% fall. It rallied sli >>>


      JAPAN PASSES FINGERPRINTING LAW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Japan is following the US‘ lead Japan‘s parliament has approved a controversial law to fingerprint and photograph foreign visitors in an effort to fight terrorism.

The measures will apply to all foreigners over the age of 16, except permanent residents and those on official business.

Japan >>>


      JUDGE SHOOTINGS APPAL TURK PRESS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Turkish papers are shocked and angry at the deadly gun attack on five judges in the Council of State in Ankara, with one commentator saying it was an assault on Turkey‘s secular republic.

The press sees a clear link between the attack, which left one official dead, and a ruling by one of the injured judg >>>


      KENYA‘S ‘KORANIC FISH‘ DISAPPEARS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Odhiambo Joseph BBC, Mombasa The tuna fish with what looks like Arabic writing on its side A fish with markings that resembled a Koranic text has disappeared from the Kenyan Fisheries Department in Mombasa.

The tuna fish, which had provoked intense interest from Muslims, was apparently stolen by people posing >>>


      LEBANON ARMY AND MILITANTS CLASH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Lebanese forces took positions around the Palestinian camp after the clash One Lebanese soldier and a Palestinian militant were wounded in clashes on Wednesday between the Lebanese army and Palestinian militants in east Lebanon.

The clashes broke out after an army patrol was attacked by the militants, the army >>>


      LOSING THE WAR ON AFGHAN DRUGS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      By Andrew North BBC News, Lashkar Gah, Helmand "Of course we‘re growing poppy this year," said the district chief.

"The government, the foreigners – they promised us help if we stopped. But where is it?" In 2004, Afghanistan produced '0% of the world‘s opium You hear s >>>


      MERAPI MORE THAN JUST A MOUNTAIN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Last Updated: Thursday, 18 May 2006, 14:57 GMT 15:57 UK Merapi more than just a mountain By Jonathan Head BBC News, Yogyakarta Local people say they know what to expect from the volcano If you believe in the significance of anniversaries, there could still be plenty to fear from Mount Merapi, the volcano on Java which >>>


      MERAPI MYSTIC DEFIES JAVA VOLCANO ALERT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      By Elinor Shields BBC News Marijan was made mountain gatekeeper by a nearby ruler Thousands may have been told to leave the perilous slopes of Java‘s smouldering Mount Merapi – but one man is standing firm.

Thick, sulphurous clouds have been billowing from the crater of one of Indonesia‘s mos >>>


      NEPAL TO MULL LANDMARK KING PLAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Nepal‘s king reinstated parliament after mass protests Nepal‘s parliament is due to debate a landmark plan to curtail the powers of King Gyanendra, including taking away his control of the army.

MPs had been due to discuss the issue on Monday but this was put off. A special proclamation is expected >>>


      NEW LIFE FOR US WARSHIP ON SEABED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Watch the sinking A decommissioned US warship has found a new lease of life on the ocean floor after being sunk, to become the world‘s largest artificial diving reef.

The USS Oriskany, which served in the Korean and Vietnam wars, was sent to its watery grave in a finely tuned operation by the US navy.
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      NIGERIAN PRESIDENT WILL STEP DOWN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Mr Obasanjo said he had been maligned in the press Nigeria‘s President Olusegun Obasanjo says his party accepts the Senate‘s rejection of a bill that would have allowed him to seek a third term.

He said the People‘s Democratic Party needed to put the acrimony behind it and prepare for next ye >>>


      PAKISTAN ACCUSED OF AIDING REBELS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      By Alastair Leithead BBC News, eastern Afghanistan British troops are finding a worsening situation in Afghanistan A high–level government official in Afghanistan has blamed neighbouring Pakistan for helping Taliban and al–Qaeda fighters cross the border.

Such fighters have been targeting Afghan an >>>


      PRODI CALLS FOR IRAQ WITHDRAWAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Mr Prodi has criticised the war in Iraq before Romano Prodi has said the war in Iraq was a "grave error" in his first speech to Italy‘s Senate as prime minister.

"It is the intention of this government to propose to parliament the return of our troops from Iraq," he said.

The >>>


      ROGUE ELEPHANT ESCAPES IN RWANDA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Mutware has been rampaging through farms since the weekend Rwandan wildlife officials have admitted that the infamous elephant, Mutware, has escaped from Akagera National Park – terrifying villagers.

Conservation officer Fidel Ruzigandekwe said trackers were trying to find him.

The bull elephant >>>


      SA STRIKE CALLS FOR JOB SECURITY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Cosatu claims to have 1.8 million members South Africa‘s biggest union alliance has called a general strike for Thursday, demanding secure jobs.

Early indications were that most city workers were going to work, but stayaways were reported on some mines.

Buses were set alight and stoned before da >>>


      SARKOZY ALTERS TACK ON IMMIGRATION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      By Alasdair Sandford BBC News, Paris Nicolas Sarkozy said France needed immigrants who brought new skills For someone who is said to be a hardliner, the words were perhaps surprising.

Last year, Nicolas Sarkozy wanted to expel foreigners who had been involved in the urban riots, and tried to organise joint cha >>>


      SENATE BACKS MEXICO BORDER FENCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      The Senate backed a mixed series of measures The US Senate has approved the construction of fencing along the southern border with Mexico.

The move forms part of an immigration bill being discussed by senators, who also backed a plan to allow illegal migrants a chance at citizenship.

Hundreds of campa >>>


      SLOW START TO IVORIAN POLL PLAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Mr Ble Goude and his Young Patriots are to be disarmed with rebels A disarmament and identification programme in Ivory Coast, aimed at ensuring free and fair elections in October, has got off to a slow start.

A pilot identification programme will last for a week in seven sites allowing people not registered wi >>>


      SPAIN SEEKS EU HELP ON MIGRANTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Hundreds of illegal immigrants are arriving each week Spain has asked the European Union for more help to deal with a renewed wave of illegal immigrants travelling by sea from West Africa.

More than 1,500 illegal immigrants have arrived on the Canary Islands in the past week.

Spain has stepped up air >>>


      SRI LANKA MONITORS ‘WILL NOT GO‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      By Dumeetha Luthra BBC News, Colombo Ulf Henricsson‘s monitors say both sides have violated the ceasefire International truce monitors in Sri Lanka say they will not pull out even though they say they are now monitoring a war rather than a ceasefire.

The head of mission, Ulf Henricsson, told the BBC the >>>


      SWISS RECALL PAKISTAN DIPLOMATS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      The ministry says the embassy was targeted by organised crime Switzerland is to replace all the staff at its embassy in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, following an investigation into visa applications.

The investigation found that some applicants had been able to obtain visas under false pretences.

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      SYRIAN HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYER ‘HELD‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Syrian police have arrested the country‘s most prominent human rights lawyer Anwar al–Bunni, his family said.

A number of other people have been detained, in what rights groups are describing as the biggest crackdown for several years.

It came after hundreds of Syrian and Lebanese intellec >>>


      TOP ASSAM SEPARATIST ‘ARRESTED‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Ulfa has been fighting Indian forces for more than two decades Police in the Indian state of West Bengal say they have arrested a top separatist leader and three accomplices from the neighbouring state of Assam.

West Bengal police said a special team arrested Mrinal Hazarika, a senior leader of the United Libe >>>


      TRIAL BRINGS NO SOLACE TO BESLAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      By Artyom Liss BBC News, Beslan, Russia The school gym has become a monument to the dead Almost two years on from the tragedy of Beslan in the gym of School Number 1, there are still fresh flowers everywhere you look.

Their sweet smell is so overwhelming, so strong, that at times it almost feels that you could >>>


      TURKS PROTEST OVER JUDGE SHOOTING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Protesters held posters of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and chanted slogans Thousands of people have marched through the Turkish capital, Ankara, in protest at the killing of a judge by a suspected Islamist gunman on Wednesday.

Protesters waved Turkish flags and chanted slogans that the country must remain a secular >>>


      TWELVE DEAD IN FRESH IRAQ ATTACKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      An explosion in north Baghdad targeted a police patrol Iraqi police say 12 people have been killed in attacks in the capital, while 15 members of the national martial arts team were kidnapped at gunpoint.

In one attack, at least six labourers and a driver were killed by gunmen who stopped a minibus in west Bag >>>


      UGANDA ‘MUST ARREST‘ REBEL LEADER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Over two decades some 25,000 children have been abducted in the north The International Criminal Court has said it expects Uganda to meet its obligation to arrest the leader of the rebel Lord‘s Resistance Army rebels.

Joseph Kony is wanted for war crimes by the court, but on Wednesday Uganda‘s pres >>>


      VILLAGERS RETURN TO JAVA VOLCANO
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Villagers are used to working near the volcano Locals have started to return to their homes on the slopes of the Indonesian volcano Mount Merapi, despite warnings that a huge eruption could happen soon.

The volcano is still spewing large heat clouds, but appeared calmer on Thursday than on previous days.
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      WIRETAP BRIEFINGS FOR US CONGRESS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Mr Bush hopes to ease Gen Hayden‘s nomination hearings The US adminstration has agreed to extensive briefings in Congress on its controversial domestic wiretapping programme, according to lawmakers.

Full congressional intelligence committees will be acquainted with the programme, which so far only eight >>>


      ZIMBABWE VOICES: MARY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 18-05-2006
      Mary is one of the thousands whose homes were demolished last year Zimbabwe is in economic meltdown, with the world‘s highest rate of inflation of 1,000% and chronic unemployment. Here Mary, 41, an HIV–positive widow, whose home was demolished by the authorities last year, reflects on her life.

My >>>


      " ILS SONT INNOCENTS ", SELON LE SYNDICAT
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Le PDG de la CNAN et ses quatre camarades sont innocents. " " Les vrais responsables sont le port et les garde–côtes. " Cest ce quont affirmé les cadres de la compagnie, les syndicalistes et les membres des familles des cinq personnes condamnées lors dun point de presse animé, h >>>


      A L&#8217;ORIGINE FUT LA CČNE
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Culture A lorigine fut la c';ne Derri';re le film montré ŕ Cannes, en avant–premi';re mondiale, il y a un roman vendu ŕ... 30 millions dexemplaires, mais surtout un grand homme, un peintre de génie, un humaniste qui śuvre pour la science et la modernité : Leon >>>


      AFFAIRE EL HAĎCHA
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Le proc';s en appel reporté Programmé pour hier, le proc';s des auteurs présumés de lattaque meurtri';re menée, il y a cinq ans, contre une quarantaine de femmes ŕ El Haďcha, Hassi Messouad, par une horde de jeunes chauffés ŕ blanc par un pręche >>>


      ATHLÉTISME
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      8e semi–marathon national ŕ Draria Considéré ŕ juste titre comme lépreuve sur route la plus populaire dAlgérie, le semi–marathon national de Draria aura lieu ce vendredi, ŕ partir de 'h30. Appelée ŕ dépasser le record de participation, cette 8e édit >>>


      BATAILLE RANGÉE Ŕ L&#8217;UNIVERSITÉ DE TIARET
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Une démission collective envisagée ŕ Boumerd';s Verdict dans laffaire du naufrage du Béchar Salaires Vers le boycott des examens ŕ Béjaďa Poursuite du mouvement ŕ Blida Affaire El Haďcha Tribunal de Constantine Hugo Chavez quitte Alger pour Tripoli Larthrose et la po >>>


      CAMPAGNE INTERNATIONALE POUR CASSER LES CHAÎNES
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Les représentants des principaux syndicats arabes de journalistes (Algérie, Iraq, Iran, Palestine Liban, Maroc, Tunisie, Jordanie, Emirats arabes unis, Bahreďn et Yémen), affiliés ŕ la Fédération internationale des journalistes (FIJ), se sont réunis en début de semaine >>>


      COMBIEN D&#8217;AUTRES CATASTROPHES ?
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Actualite Combien dautres catastrophes ?

Le verdict est tombé dans le proc';s du naufrage du Béchar. Quinze ans de prison pour le premier responsable de la compagnie nationale de navigation et ses principaux collaborateurs.

Il ne saurait ętre question ici de vouloir commenter un >>>


      DA VINCI CODE DÉ'';OIT
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Mauvaise surprise ŕ louverture du 5'e Festival de Cannes. Da Vinci Code, le thriller ŕ grand spectacle de Ron Howard, a beaucoup déçu. Il a laissé la projection de presse de marbre, avec quelques sifflets ŕ la fin des deux heures trente de projection.

Ron Howard et ses product >>>


      DANS LA LUCARNE : LE SOUVERAIN SANS COURONNE D&#8217;UN ROYAUME VIRTUEL
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Culture Dans la lucarne : Le souverain sans couronne dun royaume virtuel Les ensorcelés de Vincente Minelli, diffusé sur Arte, est un titre phare de lâge dor du cinéma hollywoodien. Réalisé en 1'52, sur un scénario magistral de Charles Schnee, Les ensorcelés (The bad and the >>>


      DES RESPONSABLES DE LA BANQUE BIENTÔT Ŕ ALGER
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Société générale Algérie (SGA), filiale algérienne du groupe français, a annoncé, hier, la venue ŕ Alger, la semaine prochaine, de deux dirigeants du groupe Société Générale.

Il sagit, en loccurrence, de Didier Alix, directeur général a >>>


      DOCUMENTAIRE
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Aliénation, regard oblique sur le vécu des aliénés Aliénation, le nouveau film documentaire du jeune réalisateur Malek Bensmaďl.

Présenté en avant–premi';re ŕ la filmath';que Zinet, le documentaire de presque deux heures se déroule da >>>


      DÉCISIF POUR LE TITRE ET LE MAINTIEN
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Les clubs de lélite aborderont aujourdhui un virage décisif aussi bien pour le titre que pour le maintien. Un round difficile, sans doute le plus difficile, ŕ lissue duquel les prétendants au sacre, la JSK et lUSMA, devront franchir lécueil des menacés par la relégation, le MCO et le >>>


      EL OUED – UN CRIME ODIEUX
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Un odieux crime a mis en émoi, hier, toute la population dEl Oued. Les criminels ont frappé encore une fois dans cette wilaya, mettant en relief linsécurité ŕ laquelle sont confrontés de paisibles citoyens.

Cette fois–ci, cest un jeune de 21 ans habitant la cité Belle&n >>>


      EQUIPE NATIONALE
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Heddane et Menad aux côtés de Cavalli La Fédération algérienne de football (FAF) commence ŕ mettre en place les conditions de reprise de léquipe dAlgérie en prévision des prochaines échéances.

Dimanche prochain, le bureau fédéral se réunira >>>


      FLAMBÉE DES PRIX Ŕ TIZI OUZOU
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Le marché des matériaux de construction dans la wilaya de Tizi Ouzou traverse une crise latente ces derni';res semaines. Les prix des produits de base connaissent une forte hausse, due ŕ la demande qui a augmenté dune mani';re exceptionnelle.

Les perturbations touchent parti >>>


      GAGNER SANS TIRAGE AU SORT
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Linvention a été faite en France par un couple dorigine algérienne. Le brevet a été déposé aux Etats–Unis dAmérique en février dernier. Il sagit bien dun nouveau concept de jeu sur Internet qui repose sur un principe simple : faire participer un nombre limité de j >>>


      HAUSSE EXCEPTIONNELLE DE LA TEMPÉRATURE Ŕ CHLEF
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Une vague de chaleur exceptionnelle affecte la région et ses environs depuis mardi. La température a atteint 44 degrés hier, vers 13h40, comme on pouvait le voir sur lhorloge électronique dun édifice public du chef–lieu de la wilaya.

Les climatiseurs, pour ceux qui ont les moyens >>>


      HUGO CHAVEZ QUITTE ALGER POUR TRIPOLI
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      " Protéger le pouvoir dachat des pays producteurs de pétrole " A lissue de la visite de deux jours du président vénézuélien Hugo Chavez ŕ Alger, un communiqué commun a été rendu public hier ŕ travers lequel les deux présidents se sont " fél >>>


      INFO DERNIČRE – ANNABA
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Info derni';re – Annaba Cest dans un état de totale déchéance que B.M., 32 ans, sest rendu lundi dernier avec armes et bagages au service de sécurité de la wilaya de Annaba.

Natif de Kerkra, une localité dans la région de Collo, B.M. avait rejoint les groupes te >>>


      L&#8217;AMBASSADEUR D&#8217;ITALIE Ŕ TIZI OUZOU
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Actualite Lambassadeur dItalie ŕ Tizi Ouzou " Passer du commerce au partenariat industriel " Jai noté votre grande attention ŕ la technologie italienne et il est temps de passer ŕ la coopération concr';te par des prises dintéręt italiennes dans le capital des entrepr >>>


      L&#8217;ARPENTEUR DE LA MÉMOIRE
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Portrait Mahfoud Kaddache. Un historien au long cours Larpenteur de la mémoire " Certaines gens donnent leur parole mais ne la tiennent pas.

Comment voulez–vous quils la tiennent, puisquils lont déjŕ donnée. " Pierre Dac Comme un él';ve studieux, il reste accro >>>


      L&#8217;ARTHROSE ET LA POLYARTHRITE HANDICAPENT DES MILLIONS D&#8217;ALGÉRIENS
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Actualite Larthrose et la polyarthrite handicapent des millions dAlgériens Des chiffres alarmants Elle survient généralement entre 35 et 40 ans. Les symptômes de la maladie se manifestent par le gonflement des articulations, la raideur et des douleurs fonctionnelles, souvent handicapantes pour le pa >>>


      LA PART DU FEU
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      En 2004, le cinéaste américain Michael Moore était au centre dune polémique inédite car, pour une fois, il nétait pas aux prises avec lestablishment, ni avec les lobbies réactionnaires et conservateurs, mais avec un auteur qui lui reprochait davoir purement et simplement jeté son >>>


      LE CPMC LANCE UN SOS
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      250 malades sans chimiothérapie 250 patients du Centre Pierre et Marie Curie sont en rupture de cures de chimiothérapie depuis quelque semaines. La cause ? De nombreux médicaments sont actuellement bloqués au niveau de laéroport en raison de lourdeurs bureaucratiques.

Pourtant, le serv >>>


      LES DÉFAILLANCES DE L&#8217;ADMINISTRATION
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Actualisé le 17 mai 2006 ŕ 18:20 en bref A la Une Actualite Economie Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat 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 déba >>>


      MALEK BENSMAIL. DOCUMENTARISTE
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      " Les réalisateurs sont obligés de sexiler pour leurs projets... " Le documentariste Malek Bensmail a présenté, lundi ŕ la filmath';que Zinet de Riadh El Feth, un documentaire intitulé Aliénations, qui traite de la souffrance mentale. Apr';s des études d >>>


      MUSÉE NATIONAL NASR EDDINE DINET
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Des śuvres restituées Plusieurs tableaux de lartiste peintre Nasr Eddine Dinet, dispersés dans les musées de Cirta, Zabana et des Beaux–arts dAlger, viennent dętre restitués au musée national Nasr eddine Dinet. Cette exposition, dont le vernissage a lieu aujourdhui, est intitul& >>>


      NAVIRE FANTÔME AU LARGE DES CÔTES ESPAGNOLES
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Un navire fantôme parti du Sénégal a été retrouvé ŕ lautre extrémité de lAtlantique, au large de lîle de La Barbade, face au Brésil, avec 11 émigrants africains morts en état de momification ŕ son bord, a rapporté le journal espagnol El Pais.
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      ON VOUS LE DIT
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Le RCD organise une conférence–débat sur le syst';me de santé Le rassemblement pour la culture et la démocratie organise, aujourdhui, une conférence–débat sous le th';me : " Santé publique : déclin et défi ", ŕ partir de 14h au si&# >>>


      PIČCE DE THÉ'4;TRE
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Que faire lorsque, dans le pays, tous les contre–pouvoirs sont en panne et quaucun débat contradictoire nanime la sph';re politique ? Comment créer lillusion que lAlgérie fonctionne " normalement " et quelle arrive męme ŕ ressembler aux Etats développés ? Les p >>>


      POURSUITE DU MOUVEMENT Ŕ BLIDA
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      La gr';ve des enseignants de luniversité Saâd Dahlab de Blida se poursuit et les enseignants confirment lirréversibilité du mouvement.

De lassemblée générale tenue hier, au 5e jour de la gr';ve ouverte, les grévistes décident la poursuite de la gr >>>


      SAHARA–OCCIDENTAL
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Enquęte de lONU Comme cela a été demandé au mois dernier par un vote du Conseil de sécurité, lONU enquęte sur létat des droits de lhomme dans les territoires du Sahara–occidental sous occupation marocaine.

Cette décision, rappelle–t–on, fait suite >>>


      SALAIRES
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Explications de la CAP Une rencontre est prévue, samedi prochain ŕ Alger, entre le patronat et lUGTA pour débattre des conventions des branches et de la question salariale.

Les patrons préparent dans ce cadre un projet de valorisation du travail et des salaires quils vont soumettre prochain >>>


      SUPERDIVISION
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      ASMO–MOB, duel ŕ distance MOB–JSMT et GCM–ASMO pour voir plus clair Les pensionnaires de la superdivision aborderont ce week–end la 32e journée du championnat avec des rencontres décisives et capitales qui désigneront certainement les deux équipes qui accompagneront resp >>>


      SÉTIF
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Déc';s dun détenu Le jeune Fateh K., 26 ans, en détention ŕ la maison darręt de Sétif, oů il séjournait pour un homicide, est décédé samedi 13 mai dernier au CHU de Sétif.

Selon une source médicale ayant voulu garder lanonymat, le dé >>>


      TRIBUNAL DE CONSTANTINE
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Violation du code de la famille Dans une lettre adressée, le 14 mai dernier, au ministre de la Justice, garde des Sceaux, un avocat de Constantine, maître Boudjemaâ Ghechir, agréé aupr';s de la Cour supręme, dénonce la " violation de larticle 57 amendé du code de la >>>


      TÉLÉCOMMUNICATIONS
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Promouvoir une cybersécurité mondiale A loccasion de la Journée mondiale des télécommunications, Boudjemaâ Haďchour, ministre de la Poste et des Technologies de linformation et de la communication, a exhorté les trois opérateurs exerçant sur le marché de la té >>>


      UN HOMME Ŕ LA MER
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Sans vouloir commenter le verdict du proc';s du naufrage du Béchar qui a vu lancien directeur et quatre de ses collaborateurs écoper dune peine demprisonnement de quinze ans, le dénouement de ce dossier a laissé aupr';s des citoyens qui ont suivi cette affaire tragique un go$' >>>


      UNE CLIENTČLE Ŕ TRČS HAUT POUVOIR D&#8217;ACHAT
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Actualisé le 17 mai 2006 ŕ 18:20 en bref A la Une Actualite Economie Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat 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 déba >>>


      UNE DÉMISSION COLLECTIVE ENVISAGÉE Ŕ BOUMERDČS
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Lassemblée générale des enseignants de luniversité Mhamed Bougerra de Boumerd';s (UMBB), affiliés au CNES, réunie hier au campus sud, a déclaré " soutenir sans faille les enseignants des universités de Sidi Bel Abb';s et Constantine ".

Pour >>>


      UNE VILLE, UNE NATURE ET DES HOMMES
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Chef–lieu dune wilaya stratégique de par sa situation frontali';re avec trois pays voisins, et un conflit de trente ans déjŕ, Tindouf, si lointaine et si proche, se débat avec son âpre quotidien, mais ne peut sempęcher de faire don de ses charmes.

Tindouf, ce nest pa >>>


      UNIVERSITÉ
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Les sanctions tombent au CNES Le Conseil national des enseignants du supérieur (CNES), qui a réuni, hier ŕ Alger, son conseil national, a procédé ŕ léviction des " instances dirigeantes " de deux coordinateurs nationaux adjoints, ŕ savoir Farid Cherbal, chargé de l >>>


      VAINES PROLONGATIONS
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Plus cela dure et plus le risque déchec devient grand pour le dialogue interlibanais qui joue les prolongations ŕ vrai dire depuis plus dun mois, un délai fixé par les différents protagonistes.

Mais hier, ce pays a connu un tr';s sérieux dérapage qui pose, il est vrai >>>


      VERDICT DANS L&#8217;AFFAIRE DU NAUFRAGE DU BÉCHAR
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Actualite Verdict dans laffaire du naufrage du Béchar 15 ans de prison pour les cadres de la Cnan Quinze années de prison ferme a été le verdict prononcé, tard dans la soirée de mardi, par le tribunal criminel dAlger, contre lancien PDG de la Cnan, Ali Koudil, et quatre de ses proches coll >>>


      VERS LE BOYCOTT DES EXAMENS Ŕ BÉJAĎA
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Au cinqui';me jour de la gr';ve dans les universités du pays, le mouvement de protestation du CNES continue ŕ Béjaďa avec une paralysie presque totale mais qui promet une accentuation par lentrée en sc';ne des quelques enseignants qui ont réservé leur implicati >>>


      VOL DE SABLE
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      33 personnes sous mandat de dépôt ŕ Tizi Ouzou Les services de sécurité de la wilaya de Tizi Ouzou ont effectué, mardi dernier, une opération coup–de–poing dans le milieu de lextraction illicite et vol de sable et qui sest soldée par l" arrestation de quarante et >>>


      VU Ŕ LA TÉLÉ : ALGER DANS LA LAIDEUR
      El Watan, 18-05-2006
      Dans le prolongement du débat consacré par Beur TV ŕ La Casbah, Canal Algérie sest intéressé ŕ larchitecture des villes algériennes (Sur le vif), et de mani';re plus générale ŕ la question du patrimoine (ça me dit), deux th';mes qui sont autant >>>


      CYPRIOT LEADER PAPADOPOULOS: I TRIED TO SPEAK WITH ERDOGAN 3 TIMES
      18-05-2006
      Greek Cypriot leader Tasos Papadopoulus, on a live television program last night, said that he had attempted to carry out talks with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan three different times, but had been unsuccessful in getting an answer from Ankara. Responding to reporters‘ questions, Papadopoulos said >>>


      END TO PKK UNILATERAL CEASEFIRE
      18-05-2006
      The outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) called an end to the unilateral ceasefire against Turkey on Thursday. The one–month long ceasefire had been extended until October 3, the date Turkey started accession talks into the EU. The rebels said in a statement that the ceasefire had come to an end, demanding that >>>


      ERTUGRUL OZKOK: WHAT LIES BEHIND THOSE HEADLINES
      18-05-2006
      In his column yesterday, Emin Colasan made some interesting categorizations. He wrote about how some newspaper headlines had greeted the start to the talks with the EU as a "victory," and and then went on to criticize them.

He also gave some examples of headlines which treated the event more "re >>>


      EU COMMISSIONER REHN: JOSCHKA FISCHER CALLS ME ‘MUSTAFA‘
      18-05-2006
      EU Commissioner for Expansion, Olli Rehn, has spread good will through Ankara during meetings at the Turkish Parliament this week. Drinking a cup of strong Turkish coffee at the Foreign Affairs commission, Rehn was quoted as saying: "Everyone thinks I am very Turkish. Joschka Fischer (the German Foreign Minister) >>>


      GEORGIA AND TURKEY SIGN MEMORANDUM ON EXPLORATION OF NATURAL GAS
      18-05-2006
      Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Noghaideli, Saknavtobi‘s president Vano Nakaidze and Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Hilmi Guler, TPAO‘s Director General Osman Saim Dinc have signed a memorandum of understanding on bilateral technical assistance and cooperation. Addressing the signing ceremony, >>>



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