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      ABBAS CALLS REFERENDUM ON BORDERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Mr Abbas said the time had come for Palestinians to act Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas will call a referendum on the borders of a Palestinian state if Fatah and Hamas cannot agree on a political programme.

He was speaking at a conference aimed at ending violence and political divisions between the main facti >>>


      AUSTRALIANS HEAD FOR EAST TIMOR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Disgruntled ex–soldiers are fighting street battles with troops Fresh clashes have broken out in East Timor, as Australia prepares to send troops to help quell the violence.

Fighting has erupted in various parts of the capital Dili, and at least one soldier has been killed.

Australian Prime Mini >>>


      BLAIR HEADS TO US FOR BUSH TALKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
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      BURMA ‘MAY WANT NEW GLOBAL TIES‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      The visit was the first in over two years by a senior UN official A senior United Nations official has said there are signs Burma is seeking to improve its relationship with the international community.

Ibrahim Gambari spoke after a trip to the state, where he became the first person since 2004 to meet impriso >>>


      CALCUTTA TAKES CUE FROM CHINA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      By Humphrey Hawksley BBC News, Calcutta Communist symbols are visible everywhere in the state After seven consecutive election victories, the Indian state government in West Bengal is taking tips from China on how to improve people‘s lives.

The walls of the ruling party‘s headquarters in one of Cal >>>


      CHENEY ‘MAY TESTIFY‘ IN LEAK CASE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Lewis Libby is accused of lying to investigators US Vice–President Dick Cheney could be called to testify in the CIA leak case involving ex–chief of staff Lewis Libby, a US prosecutor said Wednesday.

Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald said Mr Cheney‘s state of mind was "directly relevant >>>


      CHILEAN COLONY SEX ABUSER JAILED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Paul Schaefer, a former Nazi, established the colony in 1'61 The former leader of a controversial German colony in southern Chile has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for sexually abusing 25 children there.

Paul Schaefer, 84, a former Nazi who established the colony in 1'61, was ordered to pay $1.5m >>>


      DEATHS AS BENIN TANKER EXPLODES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      At least 35 people have been killed in northern Benin when a petrol tanker caught fire as they were siphoning petrol, state radio says.

"We spent the whole night recovering charred cadavers. Our workers counted 23 dead," a hospital official told AFP news agency from the town of Tanguieta.

Th >>>


      DEBATE RAGES OVER EVEREST DILEMMA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Dozens of people have perished attempting to scale Everest A New Zealand mountaineer‘s decision to leave a dying man to his fate on Everest has sparked fierce argument in the climbing community and beyond.

Mark Inglis‘s actions were strongly criticised by Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to reach >>>


      EGYPTIAN JUDGES COME OUT IN FORCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Some of the judges came out with their red judicial sashes At least 300 Egyptian judges have joined a protest against the government over interference in the judiciary.

The judges stood in silence outside the High Court in Cairo to press their demands for full independence.

Hundreds of police surround >>>


      ELECTORAL FIRST FOR KUWAITI WOMEN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      There was joy at the election affairs department Five women have become candidates in Kuwaiti parliamentary elections for the first time in the Gulf state‘s history.

One of them, woman‘s rights activist Rula Dashti, said it was a historic day that marked the beginning of women‘s involvement i >>>


      ELUSIVE UGANDA REBEL IN WAR PLEA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Joseph Kony is wanted in The Hague for war crimes The rarely–seen head of Uganda‘s feared rebel Lord‘s Resistance Army has appeared in a DVD to call for an end to a 20–year war with the government.

It is said to be the first footage for a number of years of Joseph Kony, who is wanted fo >>>


      EU SEEKS GAS ASSURANCE IN RUSSIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      By Stephen Mulvey BBC News website EU reporter European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso visits Russia on Thursday at a time of unusual prickliness in East–West relations.

The EU hopes to persuade Mr Putin to allow access to Russian pipelines It‘s three weeks since US Vice–President D >>>


      EUROPE DIARY: MONTENEGRO MOOD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
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      FINAL CURTAIN FOR BUSH AND BLAIR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      By Paul Reynolds World Affairs Correspondent, BBC News website When Tony Blair and George Bush meet at the White House for dinner on Thursday, they will be contemplating the beginning of the end of a relationship that has seen their policies dominate the world scene but which have left them weakened at home for their f >>>


      GAY MARCHERS TO DEFY MOSCOW BAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Gay pride events have been staged in many cities worldwide Russian gay rights campaigners say they will hold a gay pride rally on Saturday despite a ban by Moscow‘s mayor.

The organiser of Russia‘s first gay and lesbian festival, Nikolai Alexeyev, told the BBC that the gay activists would find an a >>>


      GUN BATTLES RAGE ON IN MOGADISHU
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Gunmen have controlled Mogadishu for 15 years Heavy fighting is intensifying in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, with at least 12 people killed and many others wounded in a gun battle.

The fighting is between militia loyal to the Islamic Courts and the Anti–Terrorism Alliance, a secular grouping of warlord >>>


      HATE GROUP TARGETED BY LAWMAKERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      By Kathryn Westcott BBC News Jonathan Phelps, a member of the group that has been spreading its anti–gay message for 15 years Preacher Fred Phelps‘ anti–gay campaign is testing the limits of the US constitutional commitment to free speech.

His protests could hardly be better designed to provo >>>


      IRAQI PM OPTIMISTIC OVER SECURITY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Mr Maliki spoke after meeting Danish PM Fogh Rasmussen (l) Iraq‘s PM says he believes government forces will be able to take over all security responsibilities from US–led coalition troops within 18 months.

Nouri Maliki said Iraqis would resume security duties province by province. However he conce >>>


      KARZAI VISITS US BOMBING VICTIMS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Many people were injured in the fighting Afghan President Hamid Karzai made a rare visit to the southern province of Kandahar to visit victims of a US–led coalition bombing raid.

The US military has said it may have killed up to 80 Taleban fighters during the assault on a village in Kandahar.

Bu >>>


      KOREANS LOSE YASUKUNI SHRINE CASE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
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      NEPAL ANNOUNCES PEACE TALKS TEAM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
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      NEW YORKERS FIGHT MOBILE PHONE BAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      "We do not have the capability of storing phones for kids – how many people is it going to take to return those phones?

"Some of our students have taken up that cause, and there are businesses around here that hold the phones for the students [during school hours] for a nominal fee," he sa >>>


      OFFICIALS DISCUSS ABORIGINE ABUSE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      By Phil Mercer BBC News, Sydney Aborigine communities are beset by many problems Representatives from Australia‘s state and federal governments are meeting to discuss ways to tackle violence and abuse in Aboriginal communities.

Their meeting follows the release of a report detailing horrific stories of c >>>


      OLMERT GETS WORDS NOT ACTIONS IN US
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      By Jonathan Beale BBC News, Washington Mr Olmert addressed a joint session of the US Congress Ehud Olmert leaves Washington with his ego flattered.

There were warm words from the US president and a series of standing ovations for his speech to both Houses of the US Congress.

But in concrete terms litt >>>


      PALESTINIAN RIVALS SET FOR TALKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
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      PALESTINIAN RIVALS: FATAH & HAMAS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Two parties dominate Palestinian politics, Fatah which has been at the head of the Palestinian national movement since the 1'50‘s, and the Islamist movement, Hamas, which won a stunning victory in parliamentary elections in January 20006.

FATAH Full name:Reverse acronym of Harakat al–Tahrir al& >>>


      POLISH ICE CREAM BAN FOR PAPAL VISIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      The authorities insist the ice creams pose a health hazard Rome is the home of gelati ice cream and for generations, citizens and tourists alike have forsaken dessert in a restaurant for the simple pleasure of sitting outside with a takeaway cone.

The last Pope, John Paul II, used to have tubs of his favourite >>>


      POPE TO TOUR PREDECESSOR‘S POLAND
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      A warm welcome awaits the Pope in staunchly Catholic Poland Pope Benedict XVI is due to begin a four–day visit to Poland – the birthplace of his immediate predecessor and mentor, John Paul II.

Streets in Warsaw have been festooned with posters for what officials say is Pope Benedict‘s first f >>>


      RIFT AT TOP TESTS UKRAINE PARTIES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
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      RUSSIA AND EU TO DISCUSS ENERGY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      By William Horsley BBC European affairs correspondent The EU hopes to persuade Mr Putin to allow access to Russian pipelines The Russian president is set to host a summit with EU leaders to discuss a new long–term partnership based on Russia‘s vast energy resources.

The meeting is meant to pave the >>>


      RUSSIA PLANS WIDE MILITARY REFORM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Sergei Ivanov wants the military to be less top–heavy Russian Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov has announced sweeping plans to modernise the country‘s armed forces.

He said the priorities would be to reduce the number of conscripts and cut hundreds of generals‘ and admirals‘ posts over th >>>


      SA UNIONIST EXCUSES ZUMA ADULTERY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Many feel the rape trial has damaged Jacob Zuma‘s image South Africa‘s powerful miners‘ union leader has backed ex–Deputy President Jacob Zuma as a future president, saying adultery is not wrong.

National Union of Mineworkers president Senzeni Zokwana rejected President Thabo Mbeki&lsqu >>>


      SAUDI RELIGIOUS POLICE FACE CURBS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      The religious police enforce the strict separation of sexes The government in Saudi Arabia says it is taking steps to curtail the powers of its strict religious police.

In a decree carried by state media, the interior minister said public prosecutors would now handle the cases of those arrested for moral offen >>>


      SON STAKES DRACULA CASTLE CLAIM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Restoration work began on the castle in the 1'80s One of Romania‘s most popular tourist attractions, Dracula‘s Castle, is to be returned to its ancestral owners 60 years after being seized by communists.

The castle in Transylvania will be handed back to the Habsburg family in a special ceremony >>>


      SOUL SINGER IS NEW AMERICAN IDOL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      The show is a huge ratings hit in the US Soul singer Taylor Hicks has won the coveted title of American Idol 2006 in the hit US TV talent show.

Hicks, 2', saw off competition from finalist Katharine McPhee, 22, in a contest which attracted more than 63 million votes.

He wins a recording contract a >>>


      SPY CHIEF HAILS COLOMBIA POLICY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Paramilitaries have taken part in demobilisation ceremonies The head of Colombia‘s intelligence service has denied that right–wing paramilitaries are re–arming or joining the drug trade in large numbers.

The policy of dismantling paramilitary organisations had been a success, Das director And >>>


      STRIKE IN PROTEST AT INDIA QUOTAS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      College students have protested against the move Doctors and medical students have called for a general strike in India in protest against a controversial affirmative action plan.

Shops in the Indian capital Delhi have shut down in support of the protest. The Indian government plans to reserve half of state&nd >>>


      TAIWAN LEADER‘S RELATIVE DETAINED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      By Caroline Gluck BBC, Taipei Mr Chao has denied the allegations The son–in–law of Taiwan‘s President, Chen Shui–bian, has been detained by prosecutors after a night of questioning over allegations that he was involved in insider trading.

It is the first time a member of the family of a >>>


      THAILAND RESCUE WORK INTENSIFIES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      As the waters recede, people can assess the damage Rescue workers in northern Thailand are sifting through mud and debris to search for the bodies of those killed in recent flash floods.

The floods, caused by days of torrential rain, are believed to have killed more than 100 people.

About 1,000 soldie >>>


      UN HOLDS KEY TO ZIMBABWE – MBEKI
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      South African President Thabo Mbeki said in London that the United Nations was the key to resolving the political and economic crisis in Zimbabwe.

Mr Mbeki said a proposed visit by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to Zimbabwe could help normalise relations between Harare and the west.

But he criticised >>>


      US BARS MILITARY FUNERAL PROTESTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Church members say they are exercising free speech Congress has passed legislation to stop demonstrators from picketing military funerals at federal cemeteries.

"It is a sad but necessary measure to protect what should be recognised...as a solemn, private and deeply sacred occasion," Senator Bill Fri >>>


      US SNIPER GRILLS FORMER PARTNER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Malvo (left) and Muhammad (standing) had a testy exchange Convicted Washington sniper John Allen Muhammad has questioned his young accomplice Lee Boyd Malvo at a second murder trial in Maryland.

Muhammad, 45, acting as his own lawyer, was admonished several times by the judge for his line of questioning.
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      WEST BANK FAMILY TELLS OF CRISIS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      By Martin Patience BBC News, Nablus Hussein Mansour, 3', and his wife, Ibtisam, 30, counted themselves lucky until three months ago.

Although the couple live in the rundown Balata refugee camp in Nablus, they both drew salaries from the Palestinian Authority.

To get by the Mansour family are eatin >>>


      ZIMBABWE REJECTS UN INTERVENTION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 25-05-2006
      Zimbabwe‘s government has denied suggestions that the United Nations might play a key role in ending the economic and political crises.

Spokesman George Charamba was reacting to remarks by South African President Thabo Mbeki.

A senior UN official said it would be "premature" to talk of >>>


      " JE VEUX RENDRE HOMMAGE Ŕ CHERIF HAMIA... "
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Boualem Aissaoui fait partie de la premi';re promotion de lécole de journalisme de luniversité dAlger (1'64–1'67). Ancien de la radio, il a fait une longue carri';re dans le secteur de laudiovisuel du secteur public (dans les défuntes ONCIC, ANAF, etc.). Ses états de se >>>


      15 000 TRAVAILLEURS SORTENT DANS LA RUE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Pr';s de 15 000 travailleurs de la zone industrielle de Rouiba sont sortis, hier, pour dénoncer la précarité ŕ laquelle ils sont exposés et " le bradage " des entreprises publiques. D';s 'h30, de petits groupes de travailleurs, mines tristes, mais détermin >>>


      AHMED OUYAHIA : LE MAL–AIMÉ
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      A lui seul, il symbolise le syst';me dans son insondable façon de fonctionner et ses jeux dombre. Personnage politique le plus en vue depuis au moins une dizaine dannées, M. Ouyahia incarne incontestablement cet homme ŕ tout faire du régime.

De bon ou de mauvais. De mauvais surtout. >>>


      BOUTEFLIKA NOMME UN NOUVEAU CHEF DE GOUVERNEMENT
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Belkhadem succ';de ŕ Ouyahia Finies les rumeurs. Ahmed Ouyahia a bien démissionné de son poste de chef du gouvernement. Lannonce a été faite hier par le biais dun communiqué de la présidence de la République, répercuté par lagence officielle APS.

Sa d&# >>>


      DALIL BOUBAKEUR. RECTEUR DE LA MOSQUÉE DE PARIS
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      " Il ny a pas de choc entre lOccident et lIslam " Figure emblématique des musulmans de France, Dalil Boubakeur, le recteur de la Mosquée de Paris, a été " la star américaine " lors du séminaire consacré ŕ " La mémoire de Constantine : dialogue des ci >>>


      DANS LA LUCARNE : QUELQUES IDÉES QUI ONT FLEURI DANS UN DÉSERT INTELLECTUEL
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Dariush Mehrjui est lun des plus anciens cinéastes iraniens en exercice. Son film, La vache, tourné ŕ la fin des années soixante, avait marqué une rupture essentielle par rapport ŕ un cinéma iranien radicalement éloigné de sa société.

Cétait encore l& >>>


      DES ARTČRES Ŕ LOUER
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Une dizaine de comités de quartier de Bachedjarah ont tenu, ŕ travers un requęte adressée aux autorités, ŕ dénoncer le squat de la voie publique par les commerçants informels. Soutenus par la section locale de lUnion générale des commerçants et artisans algéri >>>


      DES REBELLES TOUAREG DEMANDENT Ŕ NÉGOCIER AVEC BAMAKO
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Les ex–rebelles touareg du nord du Mali ont demandé hier ŕ négocier " tout de suite " avec le gouvernement le développement de leur région pauvre et désertique, peu apr';s avoir évacué les camps militaires quils avaient occupés la veille, a rapport >>>


      DISPOSITIF ANTI–INCENDIES
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Les services forestiers au niveau de la wilaya de Tizi Ouzou assurent mobiliser le maximum de moyens humains et matériels pour lutter contre les incendies.

Le plan " anti–feux de foręt " a été réactivé ŕ la veille des grandes chaleurs. Par ce dispositif, diff& >>>


      DÉRÉGLEMENTATION
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      partie de lAmérique reaganienne il y a un quart de si';cle et qui fait ses premiers ravages en Algérie, sous les r';gles de la " main invisible du marché ".

LEtat est ainsi acculé au démant';lement du secteur productif public et au retrait brutal de se >>>


      ENSEIGNEMENT SUPÉRIEUR
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      La gr';ve sinstalle dans la durée La situation risque encore de se compliquer pour bon nombre détudiants du supérieur, qui doivent, pour certains, entamer leurs examens samedi prochain.

Et pour cause, il ressort des assemblées générales, tenues avant–hier et hier, qu >>>


      ENTRE TRADITION ET MODERNITÉ
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Cest une tradition chez cette grande dame de la couture que dorganiser un défilé de mode par an. Si, habituellement, Majda organise ses défilés de mode ŕ Alger, cette fois–ci, elle a décidé de combler son importante client';le béjaouie en lui offrant un cadeau in >>>


      EQUIPE NATIONALE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Cavalli déjŕ ŕ pied dśuvre Le sélectionneur national Jean–Michel Cavalli est ŕ pied dśuvre. Arrivé lundi en fin de journée, il sest rapidement mis au travail. En compagnie de son premier assistant, Mustapha Heddane, il a déjŕ jeté les bases de lśuvr >>>


      FAIRE DU MAGHREB L&#8217;INTERLOCUTEUR ÉCOUTÉ DE L&#8217;EUROPE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Economie Rencontre ce week–end ŕ Madrid Faire du Maghreb linterlocuteur écouté de lEurope Quels voies et moyens pourraient ętre mis en śuvre et quel processus ŕ suivre pour que les pays de lAfrique du Nord puissent sériger, ŕ lhorizon 2020, en interlocuteur écouté >>>


      FONDATION BRAHAM DERRICHE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Un toit pour le Mouloudia La fondation Braham Derriche a, désormais, un pied ŕ terre. Son si';ge, situé au 127 Hay El Moustakbal ŕ Dely Brahim (Alger), a été inauguré hier en grande pompe et non sans une grande émotion par la grande famille du Mouloudia.

Cela ses >>>


      FORUM FOOT
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      La FAF dans le collimateur Forum Foot des présidents de clubs D1 et D2 sinsurge, ŕ travers un communiqué adressé ŕ la rédaction, contre les derni';res décisions prises par la FAF concernant les dates de la tenue de lassemblée générale élective (AGE) de la L >>>


      HAMROUCHE Ŕ L&#8217;INSTITUT ESPAGNOL D&#8217;ÉTUDES INTERNATIONALES
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Actualite Hamrouche ŕ lInstitut Espagnol détudes internationales " La démocratisation ne peut ętre lśuvre dun despote éclairé " Lancien chef du gouvernement, Mouloud Hamrouche, a, depuis la ville madril';ne, en Espagne, brossé, hier, un état des lieux des p >>>


      ILS TENTENT L&#8217;EXPÉRIENCE Ŕ EL KALA
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Epoque Ils tentent lexpérience ŕ El Kala Les premiers harraga...

Montée des quais ŕ la premi';re heure avec les premiers cageots de sardines, la nouvelle a vite fait le tour de la ville : trois jeunes ont volé dans la nuit une petite embarcation ŕ hors–bord de 4 m et >>>


      L&#8217;AMBASSADEUR DU MEXIQUE Ŕ EL WATAN
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Derni';re Lambassadeur du Mexique ŕ El Watan Eduardo Roldau, ambassadeur du Mexique ŕ Alger, a rendu, hier apr';s–midi, une visite de courtoisie ŕ la rédaction dEl Watan.

Derni';re Les Kurdes font de nouveau parler deux en Turquie Sidi Bel Abb';s Dé >>>


      L&#8217;ENNEMI FAVORI DE L&#8217;AMÉRIQUE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Portrait Moussaoui Zacarias. Un électron libre dans la nébuleuse terroriste ? Lennemi favori de lAmérique Les Arabes se sentent plus que jamais humiliés et offensés par la geste occidentale. Limage omniprésente des télés leur découvre un monde qui leur paraît arrogant >>>


      LA BNA DE LAGHOUAT ASSIÉGÉE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Hier, d';s 8h, les quelque 500 travailleurs que compte Cotosud, filiale de Texmaco, ont observé un sit–in de protestation devant le si';ge de la Banque nationale dAlgérie (BNA), dont ils accusent les responsables dętre instrumentalisés au profit de ceux qui visent la mise en fa >>>


      LE CNES FAIT SON BILAN Ŕ BOUMERDČS
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Les enseignants de luniversité Mhamed Bouguerra de Boumerd';s, affiliés au CNES, se sont réunis hier en assemblée générale pour faire le bilan des deux semaines de gr';ve " qui a sérieusement perturbé le déroulement des examens ".

Rappelant >>>


      LE POINT ECONOMIQUE EST NÉ
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Un nouveau–né : Le Point Economique fait une entrée remarquée dans lespace médiatique spécialisé. Il est lśuvre des éditions Kalima dirigées par le dynamique et infatigable Réda Rachid Allalouche qui compte une longue expérience professionnelle, avec ŕ s >>>


      LE SENS D&#8217;UN CHANGEMENT
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Actualisé le 25 mai 2006 ŕ 01:13 en bref A la Une Actualite Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat Sports Epoque Derni';re Reportage L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Info Kabylie info Setif–info Forums et déb >>>


      LES DÉBATS D&#8217;EL WATAN
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Actualite Les Débats dEl Watan Aux sources des contre–performances de léconomie nationale A sen tenir aux indicateurs macro–économiques, léconomie algérienne se porte plutôt bien : des réserves en devises qui caracolent ŕ 60 milliards de dollars ; une dette extér >>>


      LES KURDES FONT DE NOUVEAU PARLER D&#8217;EUX EN TURQUIE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Derni';re Un incendie a ravagé la zone fret de laéroport dIstanbul Les Kurdes font de nouveau parler deux en Turquie Un vaste incendie sest déclaré, hier, dans la zone réservée au fret de laéroport international Atatürk dIstanbul, faisant trois blessés et suscitant >>>


      LES POLICIERS EN LIGNE DE MIRE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Les principales victimes des violences polici';res, allant jusquŕ lhomicide, sont les musulmans et les minorités visibles, note Amnesty International.

En clair, les Maghrébins et les Africains, les Arabes et les Noirs. Limpunité des policiers est totale. Le rapport dAmnesty internat >>>


      LES RAISONS D&#8217;UN CHOIX
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Actualite Les raisons dun choix Sa nomination hier ŕ la tęte du gouvernement a d$'; surprendre plus dun.

Non pas que Abdelaziz Belkhadem ne réponde pas au profil recherché par Bouteflika dont il est lexécutant discipliné.

Mais que cela marque pour lAlgérie la >>>


      NOUVELLES TECHNOLOGIES
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      HP aura son unité dassemblage ŕ Constantine Le séminaire sur les nouvelles technologies de linformation et de la communication, tenu ŕ Constantine, a été un véritable succ';s, nétait labsence dun large public plus occupé par la foire commerciale qui se tenait quelque >>>


      ON VOUS LE DIT
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Que devient le Boeing 737 endommagé ŕ Séville ? Acquis dans le cadre du renouvellement de la flotte dAir Algérie, le B737–600 est un avion de nouvelle génération acquis en 2002 par la compagnie avant quil ne rate son atterrissage ŕ Séville (Espagne) le 18 mars dernier, caus >>>


      PRIVATISATION
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Les Coréens veulent rattraper le temps perdu Les opérateurs sud–coréens sont tr';s intéressés par le processus de privatisation enclenché en Algérie. Certains dentre eux ont avancé dans leurs négociations avec leurs partenaires algériens en vue dy investir >>>


      PROJET GASSI TOUIL
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Création de la société El Andalus LNG Une cérémonie de signature des statuts de création de la société El Andalus LNG SPA sest tenue mardi ŕ lunité centre de vie de Aďn El Bya (Arzew) en présence du consul général dEspagne ŕ Oran, des directeurs >>>


      PRÉSIDENCE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Guendil nouveau directeur de cabinet Le président Bouteflika a nommé Moulay Mohamed Guendil, directeur de cabinet de la présidence de la République. Linformation a été donnée, hier, par le biais dun communiqué de la présidence de la République répercuté par lA >>>


      REMBOURSEMENT ANTICIPÉ DE LA DETTE ALGÉRIENNE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Un accord sera signé avec la Belgique samedi prochain Un accord de remboursement anticipé de la dette algérienne sera signé ce samedi au si';ge du minist';re des Finances ŕ Alger, a indiqué hier un communiqué du département de Medelci.

Cet accord porte su >>>


      SAISON 2006/2007
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Début le 3 ao$';t Le championnat national de DI pour la saison 2006/2007 débutera plus tôt.

La LNF a fixé le démarrage du prochain exercice pour le 3 ao$';t prochain avec la premi';re journée. La compétition de la Superdivision démarrera, quant " >>>


      SIDI BEL ABBČS
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Des terroristes refusent de se rendre Le groupe armé dirigé par Hassan Yahia alias Abou Ili';s dans la région de Taffessour ('0 km au sud de la ville de Sidi Bel Abb';s) et appartenant au GSPC, aurait menacé de mort des émissaires dépęchés dans le maquis par l >>>


      SUPERDIVISION
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Un choc pour le prestige Le championnat national de la Superdivision, version 2005/2006, abordera, ce week–end, la 34e et derni';re journée ŕ lissue de laquelle sera connu le troisi';me relégable.

Le choc de cette fin du championnat aura comme théâtre le stade du >>>


      TRIBUNAL DE ANNABA
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Perpétuité contre un huissier Avec la condamnation par la cour criminelle de Annaba de Tahar Chaouch Raďs, huissier de justice ŕ Berrahal (Annaba), ŕ 10 années de prison ferme par contumace pour dilapidation de deniers publics et une autre ŕ perpétuité pour faux et usage de >>>


      UN GÉNIE DANS L&#8217;IMAGINAIRE DES ENFANTS
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Actualisé le 25 mai 2006 ŕ 01:13 en bref A la Une Actualite Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat Sports Epoque Derni';re Reportage L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Info Kabylie info Setif–info Forums et déb >>>


      UNE FĘTE Ŕ HUIS CLOS
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Aujourdhui, tombera le rideau sur le championnat national de D I, ŕ lissue dune journée hitchcockienne, sans doute la plus longue, pour désigner les deux clubs qui accompagneront lUS Biskra en Superdivision.

Mathématiquement parlant, quatre formations sont concernées par la course au m >>>


      VISA REFUSÉ AUX PERSONNES DE PETITE TAILLE
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Privé de visa, le président de lAssociation algérienne des personnes de petite taille (AAPPT), Belhadj Hocine, na finalement pas pu participer ŕ lassemblée générale organisée par ses homologues français ŕ la Grande Motte (Hérault, France) du 6 au 8 mai.

&q >>>


      VU Ŕ LA TÉLÉ : LA POLITIQUE DU SECRET
      El Watan, 25-05-2006
      Y a–t–il, comme semble le faire croire la presse écrite quotidienne, une grave crise politique au sommet de lEtat ? Allons–nous dans les tout prochains jours assister ŕ un changement de gouvernement qui apparaît, aux yeux des analystes avertis, comme lalternative classique incontournabl >>>


      ACROPOLIS PROJECT INCHES AHEAD
      Kathimerin, 25-05-2006
      Three basic restoration programs on the Acropolis monuments are moving along on target and are expected to be completed by the end of the year, a senior official said yesterday.

Haralambos Bouras, the president of the Conservation of Acropolis Monuments (YSMA), said that many attempts were made in 2005 to push >>>


      CALM SOUGHT IN AEGEAN
      Kathimerin, 25-05-2006
      Greece cautions Turkey as hope dwindles for Greek F–16 pilot Greece urged Turkey yesterday to stop unannounced military flights over the Aegean as hopes of finding a Greek pilot alive faded after his plane collided with a Turkish jet on Tuesday.

Speaking from Paris, where he had been presiding over a mee >>>


      FLYING FISHERMEN DENT RED TUNA POPULATIONS
      Kathimerin, 25-05-2006
      Soaring demand for sushi and shashimi in Japan has resulted in fisherman recruiting helicopters to help them spot schools of Mediterranean tuna that can be fattened up and then exported, Greenpeace said yesterday.

According to the environmental group, the innovative fishing technique involves either a helicopt >>>


      FRENCH PRIME MINISTER DOMINIQUE DE VILLEPIN...
      Kathimerin, 25-05-2006
      Emmanuel Fradin/AP French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (r) welcomes his Greek counterpart Costas Karamanlis outside the Hotel Matignon in Paris yesterday. Karamanlis briefed Villepin about the jet fighter collision over the Aegean on Tuesday, taking the opportunity to stress the need for Ankara to fulfill its c >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 25-05-2006
      DEADLY COLLISION Motorist killed after train slams into his car in central Greece A 55–year–old man was killed yesterday when a train traveling from Palaiofarsala to Kalambaka in central Greece slammed into his car, authorities said.

It was not immediately clear why Christos Dalabiras and his vehic >>>


      PAKISTANIS IN KIDNAP APPEAL
      Kathimerin, 25-05-2006
      Five Pakistani migrants yesterday appealed against a decision by prosecutor Nikos Degaitis not to pursue six agents of the National Intelligence Agency (EYP) who they claim were involved in kidnapping the immigrants last year.

Through their lawyer Frangiskos Ragousis, the Pakistanis said that they were not sat >>>


      TECHNOLOGY JOINS FIGHT AGAINST FIRES
      Kathimerin, 25-05-2006
      Forestland burned in east Attica Firefighters struggled yesterday to get control of the first major brushfire in Attica this summer as officials presented a new high–tech system designed by Greek scientists that could help authorities combat these incidents more effectively.

Tens of firefighters attempte >>>


      USER JAILED FOR SIMITIS HOME SHOTS
      Kathimerin, 25-05-2006
      A drug addict who fired shots at the home of Costas Simitis when he was prime minister four years ago was jailed yesterday for three years and two months after an Athens court found him guilty of causing serious damage and illegally carrying and using a firearm.

Dimitris Aivatzidis, 42, said he regretted the i >>>


      "LOS SICILIANOS HAN SUFRIDO LA MAFIA DURANTE MUCHO TIEMPO, Y NO QUIEREN SOPORTARLA M'3;S"
      La Vanguardia, 25-05-2006
      CANDIDATO TOTŇ CUFFARO "Es increíble que alguien indagado por favorecer a la mafia se presente otra vez" ATENTADOS DE 1''2 "Tras los asesinatos de mi hermano Paolo y del juez Falcone, Sicilia se rebeló" MARÍA–PAZ LÓPEZ – 25/05/2006 Roma. Corresponsal En j >>>


      ABBAS CONVOCAR'3; UN REFERENDO SI LOS GRUPOS PALESTINOS NO SE ENTIENDEN
      La Vanguardia, 25-05-2006
      El presidente quiere que las facciones acuerden trabajar por la creación de un Estado palestino dentro de las fronteras de 1'67 LVD – 25/05/2006 – 15.53 horas Gaza. (EFE).– El presidente palestino, Mahmud Abbas, ha abierto la conferencia de diálogo nacional entre las distintas facciones >>>


      AL MENOS 20 MUERTOS EN UN TIROTEO EN EL CENTRO DE DILI
      La Vanguardia, 25-05-2006
      Aterriza en la capital de Timor Oriental el primer contingente de tropas australianas para contener la revuelta armada LVD – 25/05/2006 – 0'.58 horas Actualizada: 25/05/2006 10.27 horas Sydney. (Australia). (EFE).– Al menos 20 personas pueden haber muerto hoy en los enfrentamientos ocurridos en el >>>


      AL MENOS 38 MUERTOS Y CERCA DE UN CENTENAR DE HERIDOS EN LOS ÚLTIMOS ENFRENTAMIENTOS EN MOGADISCIO
      La Vanguardia, 25-05-2006
      LVD – 25/05/2006 – 13.33 horas Mogadiscio. (EP/AP). Al menos 38 personas murieron y cerca de un centenar resultaron heridas hoy en nuevos enfrentamientos entre milicias rivales en la capital somalí, Mogadiscio, según fuentes oficiales médicas y un comandante de una de las milicias.

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      BENEDICTO XVI, ‘EL PAPA ALEM'3;N‘, VISITA POLONIA PARA RENDIR TRIBUTO A JUAN PABLO II
      La Vanguardia, 25-05-2006
      El Papa espera contribuir con su presencia a la despolitización de la Iglesia polaca La elección de la tierra natal del difunto Juan Pablo II como el segundo destino del Papa no es intrascendente. Benedicto XVI quiere ejercer un papel integrador entre los católicos alemanes y polacos, y mediar en la divi >>>



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