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      ‘DEAD‘ EVEREST CLIMBER ‘IS ALIVE‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Dozens of people have perished attempting to scale Everest An Australian man believed to have died as he descended Mount Everest has been found alive.

Lincoln Hall, 50, was presumed to have died on Thursday when he was left behind by his Sherpas after he started hallucinating and refusing to move.

But >>>


      ‘FIRST‘ SAUDI FEATURE FILM AIMS HIGH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      By Vincent Dowd BBC World Service Arts correspondent, Cannes A film launched at the Cannes Film Festival this week is, say its producers, the first Saudi Arabian feature–film – although it was actually filmed in Dubai.

Keif al–Hal (How are you?) stars the 25–year–old Saudi actress >>>


      ‘NO RISK‘ TO GREEK HOLIDAY PLANES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      By Richard Galpin BBC News, Athens The planes that collided were F–16 fighter jets, used by both air forces A top official of the Greek Civil Aviation Authority has denied claims that tourists flying to Aegean islands are being endangered by warplanes.

A Greek and a Turkish fighter jet collided over disp >>>


      ‘SHOTS HEARD‘ IN CAPITOL OFFICE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Tactical police units are searching the building Police in Washington DC are investigating after the sound of gunfire was reported on Capitol Hill.

The apparent shots were heard at garage level in the Rayburn House Office Building, where members of the US House of Representatives have their offices.

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      ‘THIS CIVIL WAR IS NORMAL TO US‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Student Ahmed Hasan, 21, spoke to the BBC News website from his home in southern Mogadishu about the heavy fighting that is intensifying in Somalia‘s capital.

Women are fleeing the city with their small children I got up and went quickly to a nearby area, the scene of the fighting, to see if some of my r >>>


      BELGIANS MARCH TO HONOUR VICTIMS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Marchers wore white as a symbol of solidarity Thousands of people have joined an anti–racism march in Belgium following the killing of a woman of African origin and a two–year–old child.

They marched silently in the rain through Antwerp where an 18–year–old man shot the girl and h >>>


      BESLAN‘S ROLE AS RUSSIAN CATALYST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      More Last Updated: Friday, 26 May 2006, 10:52 GMT 11:52 UK Beslan‘s role as Russian catalyst By Steven Eke BBC Russian affairs analyst The response by Russian forces has been questioned by relatives The Beslan school siege was the single worst civilian tragedy of the long–running Chechen conflict, an event >>>


      BESLAN ATTACKER JAILED FOR LIFE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Kulayev admitted taking part but denied killing anyone The sole surviving suspect from the Beslan school siege has been found guilty of murder and terrorism at a court in southern Russia.

The judges said Chechen carpenter Nur–Pashi Kulayev deserved the death penalty, but as that was not possible in Russi >>>


      BLAIR URGES UNITED NATIONS REFORM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Tony Blair said the UN needed to be able to act faster See the speech UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for the reform of the United Nations in a key foreign policy speech in the US.

He said the UN secretary general should be given greater powers to speed up the organisation‘s ability to react to i >>>


      BUSH AND BLAIR‘S BROTHERLY BOND
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      By John Pienaar Chief political correspondent for BBC Radio Five Live, in Washington The empathy between the two men was evident There was a moment, as George Bush watched Tony Blair fielding questions on Iraq, when the president‘s eyes actually seemed to be shining with affection and respect.

Of course, >>>


      CHAVEZ AND MORALES IN TRADE DEALS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      The two leaders have already signed a number of agreements Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has arrived in Bolivia where he will sign a number of far–reaching accords with his counterpart Evo Morales.

The deals include alliances between the state–owned oil companies and new joint mining and fertili >>>


      ENVOYS MEET SRI LANKA PRESIDENT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Norway has made several attempts to revive peace negotiations Norwegian envoys have met Sri Lanka‘s president in an effort to jump–start peace talks with Tamil Tiger rebels.

No details have so far emerged of discussions between the envoys, Erik Solheim and Jon Hannsen–Bauer, and President Mah >>>


      EX–ZIMBABWE MP DENIED SA ASYLUM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Roy Bennett‘s farm has been seized by the government Former Zimbabwean MP Roy Bennett has been denied asylum in South Africa, where he fled earlier this year, saying he feared for his life.

The Zimbabwe police had said he was wanted in connection with an alleged plot to kill President Robert Mugabe.
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      EXPLOSIVES SEIZED IN KARACHI RAID
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Among the haul were pellets, pipes and fuses A large quantity of explosives have been seized by Pakistani police during a dawn raid in Karachi, reports say.

Two men were arrested during the operation on suspicion of supplying bomb–making material.

The suspects were detained during a search of a >>>


      FORMER KING TO RETURN TO CAMBODIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      By Guy Delauney BBC News, Phnom Penh Norodom Sihanouk has played a key role in Cambodia‘s history Cambodia‘s former king, Norodom Sihanouk, is due to return to the country on Friday after an absence of almost a year.

He has been receiving medical treatment in China, and has also spent time in North >>>


      HAMAS FORCE LEAVES GAZA STREETS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Tensions in the streets of Gaza have erupted into armed clashes A paramilitary security force deployed by the ruling Palestinian party Hamas has withdrawn from the streets of Gaza.

The force has been involved in clashes with regular police and military units since its deployment 10 days ago.

Several p >>>


      HAYDEN CONFIRMED AS HEAD OF CIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Gen Hayden‘s confirmation was welcomed by President Bush The US Senate has confirmed the appointment of General Michael Hayden as the head of the CIA.

Gen Hayden, approved by 78 votes to 15, is the first active or retired military officer to head the CIA in 25 years.

Gen Hayden, President Bush&l >>>


      INDIGENOUS PEOPLE ‘WORST–OFF WORLD OVER‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
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      IRAN FM BEGINS FIRST BAGHDAD TRIP
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      By Pam O‘Toole BBC News Both Iran and Iraq maintain a constant vigil along their border Iran‘s Foreign Minister, Manouchehr Mottaki, is due in Iraq for talks with top Iraqi officials.

He is the first senior Iranian to visit Iraq since President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the newly–formed Iraqi g >>>


      IRAQIS SHOT ‘FOR WEARING SHORTS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      The men were stopped in their vehicle in southern Baghdad The coach of Iraq‘s tennis team and two players were shot dead in Baghdad on Thursday, said Iraqi Olympic officials.

Coach Hussein Ahmed Rashid and players Nasser Ali Hatem and Wissam Adel Auda were killed in the al–Saidiya district of the c >>>


      ISRAEL ‘TO SUPPLY ARMS TO ABBAS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Israel says it will strictly control who receives the weapons Israel says it will allow security forces loyal to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to be supplied with weapons from third countries.

The announcement follows clashes between Mr Abbas‘ supporters and rivals from the Hamas militant group.
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      ISRAELI SHELLS ‘KILL FOUR GAZANS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Four Palestinians have died in Gaza in what hospital officials say were separate Israeli artillery attacks.

A farmer was killed first when shells slammed into fields east of the Jabaliya refugee camp. Israel said it was responding to rocket fire.

Three young men then died in a blast at a house in Beit >>>


      LEBANON BOMB KILLS JIHAD LEADER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      The force of the blast left the car a twisted wreck A Palestinian militant leader has died of his wounds, hours after a car bombing in southern Lebanese city of Sidon that also killed his brother.

The bomb went off in a nearby car as they were walking in the coastal city, killing Nidal Majdoub instantly.
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      MARINES‘ IRAQ CONDUCT SCRUTINISED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      US marines have been accused of deliberately killing the civilians The commander of the US Marine Corps is going to Iraq to reinforce standards of behaviour, after allegations that marines unlawfully killed civilians.

In a statement, Gen Michael Hagee said marines risked becoming "indifferent to the loss >>>


      MEXICO HAILS US IMMIGRATION BILL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Vicente Fox divided opinion in the California legislature Mexican President Vicente Fox has praised the US Senate for passing an immigration bill he called "a monumental step forward".

The bill paves the way for millions of illegal migrants to seek citizenship, although it must be reconciled with tou >>>


      MOGADISHU BATTLE THREATENS SOMALI PEACE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      French More Last Updated: Friday, 26 May 2006, 11:16 GMT 12:16 UK Mogadishu battle threatens Somali peace By Karen Allen BBC News, Baidoa Baidoa, where Somalia‘s transitional government is based, may be out of earshot of the gunfire in the capital, Mogadishu, but the effects of the escalating violence are being i >>>


      NEPAL REBELS TO HOLD PEACE TALKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
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      PAKISTANI ON SMS BLASPHEMY CHARGE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      The texts insulted Islam and the Prophet Muhammad A Pakistani Christian has been arrested because he sent blasphemous text messages to Muslims from his mobile phone, police say.

Qamar David, a hospital canteen worker, was upset about attacks on churches in Pakistan, a police chief said.

A court in the >>>


      PAPAL MEMORIES LINGER IN WARSAW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      By Adam Easton BBC News, Warsaw Poles have been preparing for the Papal visit for many months Pope Benedict XVI‘s plane touched down at Warsaw airport on a bright sunny spring morning.

Moments before, the airport choir had been singing his predecessor‘s favourite song, "Barka".

J >>>


      PERU POLL CLASH INJURES SEVERAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Alan Garcia had finished campaigning when trouble flared At least five people have been hurt in clashes between supporters of the two men vying to become the next president of Peru.

Gunshots wounded two people and others were hurt during a visit to the city of Cuzco by ex–President Alan Garcia.

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      POLES TO FLOCK TO SEE POPE‘S MASS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Pope Benedict will say prayers at the Auschwitz camp More than a million people are expected to throng the centre of Warsaw later on Friday, as Pope Benedict XVI says Mass.

The pontiff was greeted by cheering crowds on Thursday at the start of his visit to Poland – the land of his immediate predecessor J >>>


      Q&A: THE CHECHEN CONFLICT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Chechnya has been at war for most of the last 10 years. Low–level violence is continuing, and the republic remains the main source of instability in the volatile Caucasus region.

How long has the Chechen conflict been going on? Chechnya declared independence from Russia in November 1''1, but form >>>


      RUSSIA TO HONOUR IRAN ARMS DEAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Iran‘s military plans are a matter of concern to Washington Russia‘s defence minister has confirmed that Moscow intends to honour a controversial deal to supply Iran with surface–to–air missiles.

The contract for up to 30 missile systems would be fulfilled except in "extraordinary >>>


      SUDAN ‘CLOSER‘ TO UN DARFUR PLAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      By Jonah Fisher BBC News, Khartoum More than 2m people have been forced to flee because of the conflict Sudan appears to have taken the first step towards a UN mission being deployed in Darfur, under intense international pressure.

The UN says it has reached an agreement with the government for an assessment t >>>


      THOUSANDS FLEE MOGADISHU BATTLE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Gunmen have controlled Mogadishu for 15 years Thousands of civilians are fleeing the Somali capital, Mogadishu after Thursday‘s gun battle left at least 60 people dead.

A BBC correspondent in the city says people are packing into minibuses bound for surrounding regions, while militiamen pour into the bat >>>


      TROOPS POUR INTO UNSTABLE E TIMOR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Local East Timorese welcomed the Australians‘ arrival More foreign troops are arriving in East Timor on Friday to help an advance party of commandos restore order.

But clashes between East Timorese troops and disgruntled ex–soldiers are showing little sign of abating.

The bloodiest attack >>>


      UN HEAD CALLS FOR SUU KYI RELEASE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
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      US SENATE PASSES IMMIGRATION BILL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Immigrant groups have held rallies in support of the reforms The US Senate has passed a major bill which paves the way for millions of illegal immigrants to seek citizenship in the country.

Senators voted 62–36 to back the legislation, which also includes measures to increase border security.

Th >>>


      WORLD ‘MUST STAND FIRM WITH IRAQ‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
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      ZAMBIAN MOURNERS ATTACK MINISTER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 26-05-2006
      Anderson Mazoka believed he won the 2001 elections Supporters of Zambian opposition leader Anderson Mazoka, who died this week, have attacked the information minister when he went to pay his respects.

Vernon Mwaanga said he and his driver were badly bruised and stones were thrown at his car.

"The >>>


      ALERT SOUNDS FOR MISSING CHILDREN
      Kathimerin, 26-05-2006
      Greek authorities are expected to adopt by the end of the year the Amber Alert plan used in the United States to help detect missing children after more than 350 youngsters disappeared from their homes in Greece in the last 17 months.

Constantinos Yiannopoulos, president of the children’s rights watchdog the C >>>


      ATHENS ON ALERT FOR RISING POLLUTION
      Kathimerin, 26-05-2006
      While the debate rages on whether diesel–powered cars can help Athens with its environmental problems, the Health and Environment ministries yesterday instructed the elderly and children to stay indoors as air pollution levels climbed toward dangerous highs.

Rising temperatures in combination with windle >>>


      CRASH WAS AN ACCIDENT
      Kathimerin, 26-05-2006
      Athens does not blame Turkish pilot as it prepares for Bakoyannis–Gul talks Senior government sources told Kathimerini yesterday that the collision between a Greek and a Turkish fighter jet over the Aegean that appears to have resulted in the death of the Greek pilot was an accident and not the fault of the Turki >>>


      DOCTOR SOUGHT OVER DEATH
      Kathimerin, 26-05-2006
      A woman who had been suffering from a neck problem died after being given an injection by her doctor on Tuesday night, prompting a search for the orthopedist, who appears to have gone missing, police said yesterday.

The doctor, who has not been named, took Evangelia Baboussi to the Geniko Kratiko Hospital in N >>>


      GREEK DEFENDER...
      Kathimerin, 26-05-2006
      DAVID GRAY/REUTERS Greek defender Traianos Dellas (r) and Australian striker Mark Viduka compete for a header during a friendly match at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Australia beat Greece 1–0 in their last warmup match at home before leaving for the World Cup in Germany. The game was watched by some '5,000 fans >>>


      HUNDREDS OF STUDENTS STAGED A PROTEST MARCH...
      Kathimerin, 26-05-2006
      Alexandros Beltes/ANA Hundreds of students staged a protest march through central Athens yesterday to voice their opposition to proposed government reforms to the tertiary education sector which would allow the creation of private universities.

The students‘ march caused serious traffic problems in the c >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 26-05-2006
      CONSTITUTION REFORM New Democracy has submitted its proposal, Parliament speaker says Parliament Speaker Anna Psarouda–Benaki said yesterday that New Democracy had submitted its proposal for a review of the Constitution. The ruling conservatives want to make changes to the Constitution during the next Parliament, >>>


      NEW TESTS UP ODDS TO DETECT HIV
      Kathimerin, 26-05-2006
      A few months after two patients contracted HIV from contaminated blood given by a donor, the Health Ministry yesterday launched an improved blood test system in northern Greece that is designed to better detect viruses.

Health and Social Solidarity Minister Dimitris Avramopolous inaugurated the Molecular Blood >>>


      SMUGGLERS ESCAPE AFTER FIRING SHOTS OFF CORFU
      Kathimerin, 26-05-2006
      Police were searching the popular island of Corfu yesterday for three drug smugglers who shot at the coast guard during a high–speed chase at sea.

The three men were spotted in a powerful speedboat that was heading toward the island from Albania yesterday morning. When a coast guard patrol boat approache >>>


      "ME VINE ANTES DE QUE ME MATARAN"
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 26/05/2006 María Escobar trabaja desde hace 18 ańos como empleada de la limpieza en un hotel de la cadena Best Western, en Washington. "Nos vinimos por el asunto de la guerra en nuestro país – relata María, durante una concentración proinmigrantes, frente al Cap >>>


      ABBAS PROPONE UN REFERÉNDUM SOBRE UN ESTADO PALESTINO CON LAS FRONTERAS DE 1'67
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      Envite a Hamas para que acepte un plan de paz elaborado por presos de varias facciones ElpresidentedelaAutoridada Nacional Palestina propuso ayer a las facciones palestinas en la mesa de diálogo para acabar con la violencia interna que acepten la plataforma de negociación con Israel elaborada por un grupo de >>>


      ALERTA EN EL CAPITOLIO DE EE.UU. TRAS OÍRSE DISPAROS EN EL GARAJE DE UN EDIFICO ANEXO
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LVD – 26/05/2006 – 16.55 horas Actualizada: 26/05/2006 17.42 horas Washington. (EFE).– La policía del Capitolio está en estado de alerta después de que esta mańana, poco después de las 14.00 GMT, se oyeran disparos en el garaje del edificio Rayburn del Congreso de EE.UU.
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      BENEDICTO XVI AFIRMA QUE VISITA POLONIA "SOBRE TODO COMO CATÓLICO", NO COMO ALEM'3;N
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      Los polacos reciben con calidez al Papa, pero sin los delirios de masas de Juan Pablo II Benedicto XVI arribó ayer a Varsovia para una visita pastoral de cuatro días a Polonia, país natal de su predecesor, Juan Pablo II, en el que pervive la memoria de la ruina causada por los nazis durante la Segunda Gu >>>


      BUSH Y BLAIR EVITAN CONCRETAR LA SALIDA DE IRAQ
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      Bush y Blair evitan concretar la salida de Iraq "Mantendremos allí la fuerza para ganar", asegura el presidente de EE.

UU. tras reunirse con su socio británico El presidente Bush y el primer ministro Tony Blair, necesitadosambosderevertirsudeclive político, se reunieron anocheenlaCasaB >>>


      COMIENZAN LAS NEGOCIACIONES DE PAZ ENTRE EL GOBIERNO DE NEPAL Y LOS REBELDES MAOÍSTAS
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LVD – 26/05/2006 – 13.1' horas Katmandú. (EP/AP). El Gobierno de Nepal y los rebeldes maoístas dieron comienzo hoy a las negociaciones para poner fin al conflicto armado, según informaron fuentes oficiales.

La reunión comenzó en un club de golf de Katmandú, horas d >>>


      CONDENAN A CADENA PERPETUA AL ÚNICO TERRORISTA SUPERVIVIENTE DE LA MATANZA DE BESL'3;N
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      GONZALO ARAGONÉS – 17/05/2006 Veredicto de culpabilidad para el único detenido por la matanza de Beslán LVD – 16/05/2006 – 12.45 horas Al menos dos policías rusos muertos y cinco heridos en una emboscada en el sureste de Chechenia LVD – 16/04/2006 – 08.57 horas Foros El >>>


      DEL IDILIO EN EL 2003 AL DETERIORO
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      La cumbre de Sochi sirvió ayer para que los líderes de laUEy Rusia olvidasen sus rencillas. Tras la reunión de Vladimir Putin conJoséManuelDur';oBarroso, Javier Solana y el canciller austriaco, Wolfgang Schüssel, las diferencias sobre la energía siguen. Pero a orillas del mar Negro >>>


      EL AUGE DE GAVIRIA COMPLICA LA REELECCIÓN DE '3;LVARO URIBE COMO PRESIDENTE DE COLOMBIA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LVD – 28/04/2006 – 05.14 horas Foros Colombia, más de 40 ańos en conflicto El auge de Gaviria complica la reelección de '3;lvaro Uribe como presidente de Colombia El inesperado ascenso del candidato de la izquierda podría forzar una segunda vuelta El presidente '3;lvaro Uri >>>


      EL SENADO CONFIRMA AL GENERAL HAYDEN COMO NUEVO DIRECTOR DE LA CIA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LVD – 26/05/2006 – 16.31 horas Washington. (EFE).– El general Michael Hayden ha sido confirmado director de la Agencia Central de Inteligencia (CIA) por el Senado de los Estados Unidos.

La votación del Senado concluyó con 78 votos a favor y 15 en contra.

Este militar, de 61 >>>


      HAMAS RETIRA A SU MILICIA DE GAZA PARA EVITAR NUEVOS ENFRENTAMIENTOS CON AL FATAH
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      Los milicianos tomaron las calles la semana pasada pese a las objecciones del presidente palestino LVD – 26/05/2006 – 10.12 horas Ciudad de Gaza. (EP/AP). Hamas optó finalmente hoy por retirar su nueva milicia de las calles de Gaza, afirmando que con esta medida quiere evitar nuevos enfrentamientos con >>>


      KIRCHNER SE DA UN BAŃO DE MASAS EN LA PLAZA DE MAYO PARA LANZAR SU CANDIDATURA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      El presidente argentino aspirará a la reelección en los comicios del 2007 Sin anunciar expresamente su intención de presentarse a la reelección, el presidente de Argentina, Néstor Kirchner, recibió ayer el aliento de las masas, convocadasparamostrarelapoyo popular a sus tres primeros a >>>


      MI CASA, MI FORTALEZA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      La sensación de inseguridad dispara en Francia la construcción de complejos residenciales cerrados y vigilados LLUÍS URÍA – 26/05/2006 París. Corresponsal Propiedad privada, prohibido el paso". Este cartel puede leerse cada vez más a menudo en Francia, donde en los últimos >>>


      PRODI Y BERLUSCONI CONCENTRAN ESFUERZOS PARA CONQUISTAR MIL'3;N
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      Prodi y Berlusconi concentran esfuerzos para conquistar Milán Los sondeos adjudican la alcaldía al centroderecha por la mínima El centroizquierda y el centroderecha italianos protagonizan un auténtico pulso por conquistar la alcaldía deMilán en las elecciones que se celebran los próxi >>>


      RUSIA Y LA UE ACERCAN POSICIONES
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      Rusia y la UE acercan posiciones La cumbre de Sochi suaviza tensiones energéticas entre Moscú y Bruselas Moscú y Bruselas dan tiempo a Teherán antes de establecer una postura común La cumbre de Sochi sirvió ayer para que los líderes de laUEy Rusia olvidasen sus rencillas. Tras la reun >>>


      UN COCHE BOMBA DEJA SIETE MUERTOS Y 33 HERIDOS EN EL CENTRO DE BAGDAD
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LVD – 26/05/2006 – 08.43 horas Bagdad. (EFE).– La explosión de un coche bomba en un mercado del norte de Bagdad acabó hoy con la vida de al menos siete personas, además de herir a otras treinta y tres, informaron a Efe fuentes policiales.

El capitán Wosam Saad, de la polic >>>


      UN INFORME MILITAR REVELA UNA MATANZA INDISCRIMINADA PERPETRADA POR MARINES CONTRA CIVILES IRAQUÍES
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      Murieron 24 personas, entre ellos nińos y mujeres, después de un atentado con bomba que mató a un soldado LVD – 26/05/2006 – 13.38 horas Los Angeles (EE.UU.). (EFE).– Una investigación militar revela que varios "marines" estadounidenses mataron indiscriminadamente a 24 ci >>>


      UN SOSPECHOSO DEL 11–S PIERDE SU RECURSO DE APELACIÓN CONTRA LA EXTRADICIÓN A ESPAŃA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LVD – 26/05/2006 – 11.05 horas Londres. (EFE).– El marroquí Farid Hilali perdió hoy su recurso de apelación contra la extradición a Espańa, donde se le reclama por su presunta implicación en los atentados del 11 de septiembre de 2001 en Estados Unidos.

El Tribuna >>>


      UNA SOLIDA MAYORÍA DEL SENADO DE EE. UU. VOTA AMNISTIAR A LA MAYORÍA DE ‘SIN PAPELES‘
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      La ley de inmigración no es definitiva pues debe pasar ahora a la reacia Cámara baja El proyecto de ley de inmigración fue aprobado anoche en el Senado de EE.

UU. por una sólida mayoría bipartidista, de 62 contra 36, pero eso no garantiza que sobreviva a la negociaciónconlaCá >>>


      VETERANOS DE LA REVOLUCIÓN DE 1'56 SE OPONEN A LA VISITA DE NAPOLITANO A HUNGRÍA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 26/05/2006 BUDAPEST .(Agencias.) – El pasado comunista del presidente de Italia, Giorgio Napolitano, le persigue más alla de las fronteras de su país. Los veteranos supervivientes de la revolución húngara de 1'56 han reclamado al presidente de Hungría, Laszlo Sol >>>


      1'7'
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 26/05/2006 JOSEP GISBERT El poder judicial no tenía una regulación propia ni un título específico como ocurre con el nuevo Estatut – y por descontado tampoco un órgano propio de gobierno en Catalunya– y todo lo que estaba relacionado con esta materia quedaba in >>>


      2006
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 26/05/2006 El artículo '7 crea el Consell de Justícia de Catalunya como órgano de gobierno del poder judicial precisamente en Catalunya, desconcentrado del Consejo General del Poder Judicial, y los artículos '8, '', 100 y 101 regulan con detalle desde su composi >>>


      ARAGÓN PIDE AMPARO AL GOBIERNO Y AL VATICANO PARA LA ENTREGA DEL ARTE SACRO DE LA FRANJA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      La eurorregión hace caso omiso a la crisis con Catalunya y mantiene su programa de trabajo Lejos de suavizarse, la crisis institucional entre Catalunya y Aragónpor el litigio del arte sacrodelaFranjadePonentseencona aún más. Marcelino Iglesias pidió ayer amparo al Gobiernoy alVaticano paralogra >>>


      BATASUNA ANUNCIA QUE EL PROCESO DE PAZ SE BLOQUEAR'3; SI SUS DIRIGENTES SON ENCARCELADOS
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      Ibarretxe ve contradictorio dialogar con ETA y apresar a la mesa de la formación de Otegi La izquierda abertzale mantiene el tono alarmante de sus últimos mensajes sobre el proceso de paz, en los días previos a que el juez de la Audiencia Nacional Grande–Marlaska decida si encarcela a ocho dirigent >>>


      CLOS ANTEPONE LA UNIDAD DE SU TRIPARTITO AL APOYO A UNA MOCIÓN POR EL SÍ AL ESTATUT
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      PSC, ERC e ICV responden a CiU con un texto que invita a la participación RAMON SUŃÉ – 26/05/2006 BARCELONA – El Estatut no romperá la unidad del tripartito que gobierna el Ayuntamiento de Barcelona. El pleno municipal aprobará hoy una declaración firmada por PSC, ERC e ICV&nda >>>


      DEFENSA INVESTIGA LAS CRÍTICAS DEL EX JEFE DEL EJÉRCITO A BONO Y TRILLO
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      El general Alejandre tildó a los ex ministros de "trepas y ególatras" El Ministerio de Defensa ha abierto una investigación tras la divulgación de una carta del general Luis Alejandre Sintes, ex jefe del Estado Mayor del Ejército, en la que tildaba a los ex ministros Trillo y Bono de >>>


      EL GOVERN "REHAR'3;" LA CAMPAŃA DEL REFERÉNDUM ELIMINANDO LA PALABRA ‘VOTA‘ DE SUS CARTELES
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      Saura dice que la resolución de la Junta Electoral Central "va contra el sentido común" LVD – 26/05/2006 – 12.51 horas Barcelona. (EUROPA PRESS). El conseller de Relaciones Institucionales y Participación de la Generalitat, Joan Saura, aseguró hoy que el Gobierno catalán & >>>


      EL GOVERN CAMBIA LA CAMPAŃA DEL 18–J TRAS LA ADVERTENCIA DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      El Ejecutivo no puede alentar la participación en el referéndum del Estatut La carrera de obstáculos del nuevo Estatut no se acaba. El Govern se ha visto obligado a cambiar su campańa para el referéndum después de que la Junta Electoral les ha advertido que la neutralidad institucional sig >>>


      EL JUEZ AMPLÍA LAS IMPUTACIONES A LOS MIEMBROS DE BATASUNA POR NUEVAS AMENAZAS TERRORISTAS
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      La formación ‘abertzale‘ presentó esta semana su "comisión negociadora" en el proceso de paz LVD – 26/05/2006 – 15.58 horas Actualizada: 26/05/2006 16.30 horas Madrid. (EFE).– El juez de la Audiencia Nacional Fernando Grande–Marlaska acordó ampliar la im >>>


      EL PP ESTUDIA SI SE SUMAR'3; A LA MANIFESTACIÓN DE LA AVT CONTRA ETA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      C. DEL RIEGO – 26/05/2006 Madrid Madrid El Partido Popular no ha desvelado aún si secundará, como en anteriores ocasiones, la manifestación que la Asociación de Víctimas del Terrorismo (AVT) ha convocado para el 10 de junio con el lema Queremos saber la verdad, en referencia al 11–M >>>


      EN RÍO REVUELTO
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      JOSÉ BEJARANO – 26/05/2006 Sevilla El Partido Popular acepta que el Guadalquivir figure en el Estatuto de Autonomía andaluz como competencia de la Junta, aunque a cambio de que participen las otras comunidades afectadas: Extremadura, Murcia y Castilla–La Mancha. Los presidentes extremeńo (PSO >>>


      ENRIC MARÍN DIO SU VISTO BUENO
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 26/05/2006 El secretario de Comunicació del Govern, Enric Marín, es militante de ERC y uno de los responsables que dieron el visto bueno a la campańa, lo que contrasta con el recurso de su propio partido. Marín, muy discutido por un importante sector de Esquerra, todavía n >>>


      ERC DENUNCIA ANTE LA JEC QUE LOS ESPACIOS DE LA CCRTV NO SON NEUTROS
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LVD – 26/05/2006 – 1'.2' horas Barcelona. (EFE).– ERC ha presentado una nueva denuncia ante la Junta Electoral Central (JEC) para que prohíba los miniprogramas y cápsulas informativas sobre el texto del Estatut que emiten los informativos de la Corporación Catalana de Rŕdio >>>


      MAS RECLAMA A LOS EMPRESARIOS DEL CÍRCULO QUE PROMUEVAN EL SÍ AL ESTATUT
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 26/05/2006 Redacción. BARCELONA El presidente de Converg';ncia i Unió, Artur Mas, pidió ayer a los empresarios del Círculo de Economía que se impliquen en el liderazgo del sí al Estatut exponiéndoles las bondades de la nueva ley básica para Catalunya >>>


      PUIGCERCÓS CORTA DE RAÍZ UN INTENTO DE PLANTEAR EL RELEVO DE CAROD COMO LÍDER DE ESQUERRA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      El secretario general de ERC conmina a todos los cargos a centrarse en la campańa del no Másde una veintena de líderes territoriales de ERC se reunieron anoche en Sant Joan Despícon el secretario general, Joan Puigcercós, inquietos por lasituaciónactualyconeldebate sobre el liderazgo del p >>>


      RAJOY CREE QUE ZAPATERO DEBILITA AL ESTADO Y SE EQUIVOCA DE PRIORIDADES
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      LVD – 26/05/2006 – 17.41 horas Sitges (Barcelona). (EFECOM).– El líder del PP, Mariano Rajoy, ha acusado a José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero de "debilitar al Estado" al "equivocar sus prioridades" apostando por las reformas estatutarias, en vez de atender "problemas >>>


      RAJOY EXIGE CLARIDAD A ZAPATERO Y QUE EL FISCAL ACTÚE CONTRA BATASUNA
      La Vanguardia, 26-05-2006
      El líder del PP vuelve a marcar distancias con la tregua de ETA Para desmentir que en el PP haya un doble discurso sobre el proceso de paz, Mariano Rajoy expuso ayer cuáles son los límites de su colaboración con el Gobierno de Zapatero en el proceso de paz en el País Vasco. El líder del PP >>>


      ABDELAZIZ BOUTEFLIKA NOMME UN FIDČLE Ŕ LA TĘTE DU GOUVERNEMENT
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      ALGERIE. En désignant un nouveau premier ministre, le président algérien consolide son pouvoir contre la tutelle des «services».

Jean–Pierre Tuquoi, Le Monde Vendredi 26 mai 2006 La nomination d‘un nouveau premier ministre est intervenue, mercredi apr';s–mid >>>


      ACCORDS DE LIBRE–ÉCHANGE, BERNE EN VEUT PLUS
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      COMMERCE. La Suisse négocie avec plusieurs pays. Des discussions avec le Japon ont lieu d';s lundi.

Ram Etwareea Vendredi 26 mai 2006 Le projet d‘accord de libre–échange avec le Japon, dossier ouvert en 2004, n‘est pas mort. Un rapport de faisabilité est attendu pour d& >>>


      ANALYSE. ECONOMIESUISSE S‘EST TROMPÉE SUR SES CLIENTS
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      Finance Sports Société Culture Eclairages Courrier lecteurs Météo Accueil Fonds placement Marchés Economie Emploi, formation Samedi culturel Disques Livres Sciences Multimédia Blogs Archives Dossiers Revue de presse Newsletters Forums Hors–séries Edition RSS Edition PDF Edition >>>


      BENOÎT XVI FACE AUX AFFRES DU PASSÉ POLONAIS
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      Benoît XVI et Lech Kaczynski. En rendant visite au président polonais, le pape honore la promesse faite juste pr';s son élection. Photo: Keystone.

POLOGNE. Arrivé jeudi ŕ Varsovie, le pape évoque sans détour le passé trouble de l‘Eglise.

Jurek Kucz >>>


      CLAUDE PIÉPLU, LA VOIX AIGUË DES SHADOKS, S‘EST ENVOLÉE
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      SCENE. Aussi discret que marquant, l‘acteur frappait par sa pompe poétique au service des auteurs contemporains.

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      DES SOLDATS AUSTRALIENS AU SECOURS DE TIMOR–EST
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      ASIE DU SUD–EST. Les forces étrang';res doivent ramener le calme ŕ Dili, la capitale.

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      DES SOURIS DÉFIENT LES LOIS DE L‘HÉRÉDITÉ
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      BIOLOGIE. Un trait se transmet sans g';ne. Le Temps Vendredi 26 mai 2006 Des queues de souris portent un nouveau coup aux lois de l‘hérédité définies au XIXe si';cle par Gregor Mendel. Le botaniste autrichien a assuré que les mutations se transmettent selon des proportions >>>


      DES «HISTOIRES» VRAIES
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      C‘est sur les bancs de la faculté d‘histoire de Varsovie, en 1'50, que Kapuscinski a vaguement entendu parler, pour la premi';re fois, d‘Hérodote.

Il aurait bien voulu étudier la philosophie, mais la faculté avait été fermée le temps d‘adap >>>


      DIX HISTOIRES QUI ONT MARQUÉ LA COUPE DU MONDE DE FOOTBALL (3/10). 1'50, LE «SILENCE RETENTISSANT» DU STADE MARACANA
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      Chez lui, le Brésil «devait» remporter son premier trophée. A deux minutes du terme de la finale, l‘Uruguayen Ghiggia en décida autrement. Stupeur et drame national.

Fred Hirzel Vendredi 26 mai 2006 «L‘histoire du football d‘apr';s–guerre est au >>>


      ECHOS DE CANNES. LE PRONOSTIC (J–3)
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      Jusqu‘ŕ l‘annonce du palmar';s, dimanche 28 mai entre 1' et 20 heures, en direct sur Canal Plus, Thierry Jobin prend le risque de se ridiculiser en pronostiquant chaque jour ses trois favoris parmi les 20 films de la compétition qu‘il a déjŕ pu voir.

Le Temps V >>>


      GÉANT DES BILLETS DE BANQUE Ŕ LAUSANNE
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      VAUD. KBA–GIORI SA centralise ses activités. Samuel Russier Vendredi 26 mai 2006 Lausanne restera la Mecque discr';te des billets de banque. Installée depuis 1'52, l‘entreprise KBA–GIORI, leader mondial d‘équipements pour l‘impression de billets et de papiers val >>>


      HISTOIRE POLITIQUE L‘AVIS DE L‘EXPERT. LE XIXE SIČCLE, POURTANT CAPITAL POUR LA SUISSE MODERNE, RESTE UN GRAND TROU NOIR
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      Ma semaine ŕ Berne. Le départ du conseiller fédéral Joseph Deiss affaiblit encore un peu plus les proeuropéens La chronique. Le scandale est politique La saga sanglante du «Négus rouge» ECLAIRAGES Le Temps I Article Le XIXe si';cle, pourtant capital pour la Suisse moder >>>


      JOSEPH DEISS LANCE UN FORUM DE NÉGOCIATIONS AVEC LES ETATS–UNIS
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      COMMERCE. Apr';s le refus en janvier du Conseil fédéral d‘ouvrir des négociations pour un accord de libre–échange, le Fribourgeois a sauvé ce qu‘il pouvait avant de partir.

Alain Campiotti, Washington Vendredi 26 mai 2006 Joseph Deiss ne voulait pas partir sur >>>


      L‘AC MILAN MIS EN CAUSE DANS LE SCANDALE DU CALCIO
      Le Temps, 26-05-2006
      FOOTBALL. Apr';s la Juventus Turin, le club «rossonero» est aussi accusé de tricherie.

Le Temps Vendredi 26 mai 2006 Comme la Juventus Turin, l‘AC Milan a tenté d‘interférer dans le choix d‘arbitres pour des matches de Série A, le championnat de footbal >>>



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