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      ‘MOST OF MY RELATIVES HAVE LEFT‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Mr Savio says most of his relatives have left Dili Domingo Savio, a lecturer in international politics at Dili University, describes how daily life has been affected by weeks of violence.

When I went for a walk this morning, I realised what‘s missing: the usual crowd of people exercising on the beach. In >>>


      AFGHANISTAN: TALEBAN‘S SECOND COMING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      By Ahmed Rashid Guest journalist and writer Ahmed Rashid on why Afghanistan is facing a resurgent Taleban movement.

Taleban fighters are able to attack, then melt away into communities Nearly 400 Afghans have been killed in an unprecedented offensive by the Taleban, in a bid to pre–empt a major deploymen >>>


      AID FLOW BEGINS FOR JAVA VICTIMS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Thousands of people have been left without shelter Emergency aid has begun to reach survivors of Saturday‘s earthquake in Indonesia, as many people have been spending a third night without shelter.

A senior UN official says the overall amount of aid appears to be sufficient, but that problems remain in g >>>


      AID WORKERS KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Three women and a man working for the ActionAid charity have been shot dead in Afghanistan, officials say.

The aid workers – all believed to be Afghan citizens – were killed in Mingajik district in the northern province of Jowzjan.

They were reportedly attacked in their vehicle by gunmen r >>>


      AUSTRALIAN BABY ‘PUT IN DRYER‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      An Australian man has been charged with causing bodily harm after he put a 13–month–old baby in a tumble dryer when she spilt a drink on herself.

Samuel Siddall, 21, was left in charge of his girlfriend‘s baby while she went to the gym for an hour, police said.

She returned to find t >>>


      BOMB BLAST TARGETS GREEK MINISTER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Police said 2–3kg of dynamite was used in the attack A bomb has wrecked several parked cars near the Athens home of Greek Culture Minister Giorgos Voulgarakis.

The blast happened at the time when Mr Voulgarakis would normally have been passing by on his way to work. Nobody was hurt by the explosion.
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      CUNA INDIANS AIM TO STRIKE TOURIST BALANCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      By Jane Monahan In the San Blas region, Panama With its narrow stretch of rainforest on the Caribbean coast and its almost 400, mainly uninhabited, coral islands, it is no surprise that tourist operators have long sought the development of resorts in the autonomous region of Panama‘s Cuna Indians.

Age&nd >>>


      DR CONGO PEACEKEEPERS ‘MISSING‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The UN is helping the army flush out rebels in the east One Nepalese peacekeeper has been killed and another seven are missing after clashes with rebels in Democratic Republic of Congo, the UN says.

There are some reports that the troops may have been kidnapped but the UN says it cannot confirm or deny these. >>>


      E TIMOR NATIONHOOD PROVES ROCKY PATH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Unrest in East Timor has highlighted tensions that have been simmering since it became the world‘s newest nation, writes Jonathan Head in Dili.

Despite a huge international effort to rebuild and develop East Timor since its traumatic break from Indonesian rule seven years ago, it remains Asia‘s poo >>>


      EAST TIMOR HIT BY FRESH LOOTING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      A number of houses in Dili have been ransacked and set on fire There has been fresh looting in the East Timorese capital, Dili, five days after Australian–led troops began patrolling the streets.

Many city premises have been burnt, and in one area shops were being openly ransacked, our correspondent says >>>


      EAST TIMOR UNREST WORRIES PRESS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Thousands have fled their homes The volatile situation in East Timor gives newspapers in neighbouring Indonesia and Australia cause for concern.

Australian commentators fear Canberra risks biting off more than it can chew by sending peacekeeping troops.

In Indonesia, which controlled East Timor before >>>


      EMERGENCY RULE FOR E TIMOR LEADER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      A number of houses in Dili have been ransacked and set on fire East Timor‘s President Xanana Gusmao is to assume emergency powers to try to defuse mounting looting and unrest.

Mr Gusmao, a highly respected former guerrilla leader, said he would take over national security and defence.

This would >>>


      EU COURT BLOCKS DATA DEAL WITH US
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The US said the deal was essential after the '/11 attacks The European Court of Justice has blocked an EU–US agreement that requires airlines to transfer passenger data to the US authorities.

The court said the decision to hand over the data was not founded on an "appropriate legal basis".< >>>


      EU STRIKES DEAL ON SERVICE SECTOR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The directive would open catering to greater cross–border competition EU ministers have reached agreement on a draft deal tearing down barriers to cross–border provision of services.

The Services Directive is seen as a key step towards completion of the EU‘s single market as services make up >>>


      FRENCH ‘POISON PEN‘ MAN QUIZZED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Mr Gergorin resigned this month from his top job at EADS A former top defence executive has been detained by police in connection with the Clearstream corruption inquiry that has rocked French politics.

Jean–Louis Gergorin, a former vice–president of the defence firm EADS, is being questioned near >>>


      GUANTANAMO HUNGER STRIKE SPREADS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Hunger strikes have flared periodically since 2002 The number of detainees on hunger strike at the US detention centre at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has grown and now involves 75 inmates, the US says.

Navy Cmdr Robert Durand said the new hunger strike was aimed at attracting media attention and may also be connecte >>>


      IRAN OFFERS EU NEW NUCLEAR TALKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
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      IRAQ CAR BOMB KILLS AT LEAST 22
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      A burnt out car used to launch an attack on the interior ministry At least 22 people have been killed in a car bombing in a busy market place north–east of Baghdad.

More than 50 others were injured in the blast, which took place in the Shia district of Husseiniya, officials said.

The blast came >>>


      IRAQ TO PROBE US MASSACRE CLAIMS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The official US version differs widely from that of locals and the media Iraq will investigate allegations that US marines carried out a massacre of civilians in Haditha in November, the country‘s prime minister has said.

Nouri Maliki told Reuters news agency there was "a limit to the acceptable exc >>>


      ISRAELI STRIKE KILLS GAZA GUNMEN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Several civilians were wounded in the Israeli strike, Palestinians say An Israeli army helicopter has fired a missile in the northern Gaza, killing three militants, Palestinian witnesses and officials have said.

They said the air strike followed a gun battle between Islamic Jihad militants and Israeli troops a >>>


      JAPAN APPROVES US TROOP SHAKE–UP
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      By Chris Hogg BBC News, Tokyo Okinawans have long complained about the presence of US bases Japan‘s government has endorsed a plan for the most significant reorganisation of US troops in Japan in decades.

The redeployment of many thousands of troops is part of Washington‘s efforts to reorganise its >>>


      KABUL QUIET AFTER DEADLY RIOTING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Protesters threw stones at coalition military vehicles Security forces are patrolling the Afghan capital Kabul following Monday‘s violent anti–US protests – the biggest since the fall of the Taleban in 2001.

An overnight curfew imposed in the city after the rioting has ended. The riots began >>>


      MP HIGHLIGHTS ZIMBABWE‘S PLIGHT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Roy Bennett‘s farm has been seized by the government Former Zimbabwean MP Roy Bennett says he has sought asylum in South Africa to make the government there aware of the plight of Zimbabweans.

Mr Bennett emerged from hiding for the first time since he fled to South Africa last month and sought asylum, sa >>>


      MYSTERY OVER GHOST SHIP MIGRANTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The investigation is being handled by several countries Authorities in Barbados are still trying to discover how a boat carrying the bodies of 11 men was found adrift off the Barbadian coast a month ago.

Police believe the men were mostly from Senegal after finding an Air Senegal ticket on board and a note lef >>>


      NIGER PROBES URANIUM HEALTH SCARE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      had been done to seal off radioactive scrap metal, or to prevent the spread of radioactive dust and the contamination of water supplies.

Bruno Chareyron, who was part of that inspection team, says even low levels of radiation could cause diseases such as cancer in the local population.

"These dos >>>


      NIGER TO INCREASE RETIREMENT AGE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      By Idy Baraou BBC News, Niamey The early retirement was blamed for lowering health standards Niger plans to raise the retirement age to 60 years to stem the loss of experienced workers, six years after making it mandatory to retire at 55.

The law has been unpopular with those forced to retire and was blamed fo >>>


      NIGERIA SACKS TOP SECURITY CHIEFS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Mr Obasanjo said he had been maligned in the press Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo has announced a major shake–up of his country‘s military.

The chiefs of the defence staff and air–force have been dismissed, along with the national security adviser.

The army chief has been promo >>>


      ONE KILLED IN IRAQ MINISTRY HIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The three CBS journalists had reported in the city many times An attack on Iraq‘s interior ministry has killed at least one, a day after deadly attacks in the capital killed 41 people, including two UK journalists.

A roadside bomb in the south of Baghdad has also killed a police officer. The fresh violen >>>


      PARIS SUBURB SEES FRESH RIOTING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The mayor‘s house is now under police guard following the rioting About 100 youths wielding baseball bats have fought French police in a Paris suburb, in the worst such violence since widespread riots in November.

The youths threw stones and petrol bombs at police in the town of Montfermeil overnight. Th >>>


      PAY PLEDGE TO PALESTINIAN WORKERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Workers protest in Bethlehem ahead of Mr Haniya‘s pledge Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniya has said 40,000 low–paid public employees will receive a month‘s salary despite a crippling financial crisis.

Mr Haniya said others in the 165,000 strong workforce would get an advance. Civil ser >>>


      PERU ACCUSES CHAVEZ OF MEDDLING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Peru‘s election featured prominently in President Chavez‘s weekly show Peru‘s President Alejandro Toledo has again accused the Venezuelan leader, Hugo Chavez, of interfering in Peru‘s presidential election, due on 4 June.

Mr Toledo urged the Organization of American States (OAS) to act >>>


      PLEA FOR FREE AFRICA HEALTHCARE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
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      PRODI WINS KEY CITIES IN ELECTION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The voting dashed Mr Berlusconi‘s hopes of early revenge Romano Prodi‘s centre–left coalition has won municipal elections in three of Italy‘s four major cities, provisional results show.

The centre–right bloc of former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi looked set to win Milan, but >>>


      Q&A: EU PASSENGER DATA ROW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      A review of the implementation of the deal remains classified Since 2004 airlines based in the European Union have been providing the US authorities with details of passengers flying to the United States.

The move was sanctioned by the European Commission, after negotiations with the US about the data that wou >>>


      SOMALI GUNMEN SEIZE KEY HOSPITAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      French More Last Updated: Tuesday, 30 May 2006, 12:37 GMT 13:37 UK Somali gunmen seize key hospital Mogadishu‘s medical facilities are already stretched Gunmen have seized a key hospital in the north of Somalia‘s capital, Mogadishu, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has confirmed.

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      SPAIN TO GET MIGRANT PATROL HELP
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Some 7,400 migrants have landed in the Canary Islands this year Nine EU nations have pledged to provide aircraft and patrol boats to support Spain in its effort to stem the flood of illegal migrants from Africa.

Spain says it needs additional five patrol boats, five helicopters and a surveillance plane to trac >>>


      SRI LANKA REBELS ‘SHOOT DEAD 12‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The European Union has banned the Tamil Tigers The Sri Lankan army says suspected Tamil Tiger rebels have shot dead 12 construction workers in the island‘s restive eastern province.

Army spokesman Prasad Samarasinghe told the AFP news agency that the rebels kidnapped 14 workers belonging to the majority >>>


      TAKING THE ‘JIHAD‘ TO KASHMIR‘S WOMEN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      By Geeta Pandey BBC News, Srinagar In Srinagar‘s Zakoorah Khwaja Bagh area, a crowd of 50 has gathered in a makeshift tent.

Only women and children were present to hear Ms Andrabi speak The audience, made up of women and children, sits cross–legged on carpets.

A small woman, fully veiled, >>>


      TV CREW KILLED IN BAGHDAD ATTACK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
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      URUGUAY DEFENDS PULP MILLS PLAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Environmental protesters voice their opposition in Montevideo The Uruguayan government has made its strongest defence yet of two pulp paper mills it is building that have provoked protests in neighbouring Argentina.

The Uruguayan environment minister told a nationally televised meeting that the two plants on t >>>


      US ‘SEES RISE IN UNSAFE GAY SEX‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      By Peter Bowes BBC News, Los Angeles There is evidence of an increase in unsafe sexual practices by men who have sex with other men in the US, according to the annual UN Aids report.

The report‘s section on the US also focuses on the growing number of black women becoming infected with HIV.

The >>>


      US WARNING ON IRAQ DEATHS PROBE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      The official US version differs widely from that of locals and the media The top military adviser to the US president says a probe into whether US marines deliberately killed a group of Iraqi civilians must not be prejudged.

But Gen Peter Pace said there would be charges if marines were found to have killed th >>>


      WITNESS: SADDAM ‘VICTIMS‘ ALIVE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 30-05-2006
      Saddam Hussein denies the charges against him A witness in the trial of ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has said at least 23 of the 148 Shia villagers said to have been executed are in fact alive.

Saddam and seven co–defendants are on trial over the deaths of 148 men and teenagers after a failed attem >>>


      " LES ÉLÉMENTS JURIDIQUES NE TIENNENT PAS LA ROUTE ", (...)
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      " Il y un mouvement de protestation massif, ŕ travers le pays, et on veut intimider, terroriser ceux qui sont ŕ la tęte de ce mouvement, doů ces plaintes du minist';re de lEnseignement supérieur et les mesures de contrôle judiciaire ŕ lencontre des syndicalistes afin de f >>>


      " MA MUSIQUE, UN CRI DU CŚUR POUR LA PAIX... "
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Dahmani, ex–chanteur du groupe Rams';s, sétant révélé avec la bluette Labssa Lemssadjar, est un saltimbanque aux airs de boh';me mais qui nest gu';re proph';te en son pays.

Dahmani, vous vous définissez comme crooner, chanteur de charme, de vari >>>


      1ER SALON INTERNATIONAL DU LIVRE DE JEUNESSE
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Organisé par la Biblioth';que nationale dAlgérie et le syndicat national des éditeurs de livres (SNEL), ce premier salon international de jeunes sera désormais inscrit dans les agendas des grands salons du livre.

Apr';s deux années de préparation, les organisateurs >>>


      45 PAYS REPRÉSENTÉS
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      La 3'e édition de la Foire internationale dAlger (FIA) qui se tiendra du 1er au 8 juin prochain verra la participation de quelque 45 pays, dont 34 ŕ titre officiel, a indiqué hier un communiqué de la Société algérienne des foires et exportations (Safex), organisatrice de lév& >>>


      BÉCHAR
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      6 357 candidats aux examens de 1';re A. M. Les 3' centres dexamen éparpillés ŕ travers la wilaya, dont 21 dans la seule commune de Béchar, ont abrité hier lexamen dentrée en 1';re année moyenne auquel ont participé 6 357 él';ves.

Ce chiff >>>


      CAVALLI TRACE SON PÉRIMČTRE
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Le nouveau sélectionneur de léquipe dAlgérie, Jean–Michel Cavalli, a animé sa premi';re conférence de presse, hier au Safir Mazafran. Il était accompagné de son assistant Mustapha Heddane.

Le patron des Verts sest exprimé sur diverses questions liées & >>>


      CES CHIFFRES QUI FONT PEUR
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Une guerre, on le sait, est décidée par des hommes politiques, et les soldats exécutent les ordres ? Personne nose les discuter, surtout quand est brandie la loi martiale.

Ce qui na pas empęché des contestations, et lultime recours qui est le suicide ou lautomutilation pour ne pas alle >>>


      CHLEF
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      La santé en quęte de médecins ŕ Tén';s Le secteur sanitaire de Tén';s, considéré comme lun des plus importants de la région, couvre dix communes dont cinq du littoral.

Il englobe 2 hôpitaux, 16 centres de santé, 2 polycliniques et 2' sa >>>


      COUPE D&#8217;ALGÉRIE
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Sports Coupe dAlgérie Finales jeunes et féminine La commission de la coupe dAlgérie de la FAF a procédé ŕ la désignation des rencontres de la coupe dAlgérie jeunes et féminine pour les journées du 1 et 2 juin (jeudi, vendredi) : Jeudi ŕ 14h : Alger–Centre &nd >>>


      DEVANT L&#8217;INDIFFÉRENCE DES AUTORITÉS
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Actualisé le 30 mai 2006 ŕ 00:03 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 >>>


      DIFFÉRENCE ÉTHNIQUE, MAIS UNE SEULE IDÉOLOGIE
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Représentant quelque 16 pays méditerranéens et des monarchies du Golfe, plus dune trentaine de journalistes ont pris part ŕ une conférence sur les femmes et les médias en Méditerranée, ŕ Beyrouth, capitale libanaise.

Les débats ont mis en relief le grand foss&# >>>


      EL HACHEMI GUERROUABI
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Le maître du chaâbi quitte lhôpital Le grand maître du chaâbi, El Hachemi Guerrouabi, a quitté, récemment, lhôpital de Aďn Naâdja, oů il était traité pour des complications liées au diab';te, nous a appris hier son neveu, le docteur Berrabha, >>>


      HÔTEL HILTON–DÉFILÉ DE MODE DE DZERIET
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      La griffe du glamour Lhôtel Hilton a accueilli dans la soirée de dimanche, au sein de sa salle Venus, un défilé de mode, un show de coiffure et une exhibition de montres de luxe.

Cette soirée sélective – organisée par les gérants de la revue Dzeriet, ŕ savoir >>>


      IL NE RÉVČLE PAS LES RAISONS DE SA DÉMISSION
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Les silences parlants de Ouyahia Ouyahia cache–t–il son jeu en entretenant, par son silence parlant, le doute sur les raisons de son départ volontaire ou de son limogeage du gouvernement.

Etre ou ne pas ętre, lŕ est la vraie question ou réponse quattend lopinion de lancien chef >>>


      INFECTIONS NOSOCOMIALES
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      La saleté tue aussi dans les hôpitaux Lhygi';ne hospitali';re doit constituer une priorité des pouvoirs publics.

Le risque infectieux dans les structures présente un réel danger pour les malades hospitalisés.

Ce sont les deux messages lancés, hier, pa >>>


      L&#8217;HYGIČNE FAIT DÉFAUT Ŕ MÉDÉA
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Régions Lhygi';ne fait défaut ŕ Médéa Comme chacun le sait, lenvironnement ou tout simplement le cadre de vie dans une région, particuli';rement en mati';re de verdure, est loin dętre ce quil devait ętre, notamment dans de nombreuses communes réput >>>


      LA C6 ARRIVE EN ALGÉRIE
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Pour répondre aux besoins dune client';le plus large, Citroën Algérie (CIT) vient dintroduire sur le marché algérien la toute nouvelle C6, une berline haut de gamme, présentée hier en avant premi';re ŕ Réghaďa (est dAlger).

Présent ŕ l >>>


      LA LONGUE ATTENTE DES ATTRIBUTAIRES
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Depuis le départ du directeur régional de lAgence algérienne de développement du logement (AADL), des centaines de citoyens destinataires de la décision dattribution sont dans lattente doccuper leur logement dont ils ręvent depuis des années.

Bien quayant respecté la tot >>>


      LA PREMIČRE SÉANCE A EU LIEU HIER
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Lobligation de Sonelgaz cotée en Bourse La premi';re séance de cotation en Bourse du titre obligataire de la compagnie nationale de lélectricité et du gaz, Sonelgaz, a eu lieu hier.

Elle a été fructueuse, selon les représentants de Sonelgaz, de la Bourse dAlger, de la >>>


      LAGHOUAT
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Situation tr';s tendue ŕ Coto Sud Pour le quatri';me jour consécutif et ce, depuis mercredi dernier, les travailleurs de Coto Sud ont reconduit leur piquet au devant la BNA, dont le si';ge est toujours fermé.

Sur les grilles de la BNA comme sur les arbres, des banderoles >>>


      LE POUVOIR DE L&#8217;OMBRE
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Actualisé le 30 mai 2006 ŕ 00:03 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 >>>


      LE TÉLÉCOMMANDEUR DES CROYANTS
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Comme un bon chef du gouvernement tout frais sorti de lécole des couloirs, Abdelaziz Belkhadem a tenu une conférence de presse au cours de laquelle il a promis dśuvrer " pour que les élections se déroulent dans la transparence ".

La phrase est connue, tout comme le bois et la >>>


      MASCARA
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      '0 milliards pour les expropriés Le minist';re des Travaux Publics a réservé, dans le cadre de la réalisation de lautoroute Est–ouest, une enveloppe financi';re de '0 milliards de centimes pour indemniser les expropriés de quelque 567 ha de la wilaya de Mascara.
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      MILA
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Lourde peine contre des membres du HBCL Condamnés en premi';re instance par un jugement pénal du tribunal de Chelghoum Laďd ŕ une peine de 6 mois de prison ferme assortie dune amende de 5000 DA, les 4 membres du directoire du HBCL impliqués dans une affaire de dilapidation de deniers pu >>>


      NA'4;MA
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Initiation ŕ la Biodiversité Un groupe dune trentaine dél';ves du club vert du CEM Dahaoui Yahia et leur directeur ont effectué une randonnée dans la commune de Kasdir, une localité située sur la bande frontali';re, ŕ quelque 150 km de Naâma.

Cette e >>>


      ON VOUS LE DIT
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      – Troisi';me séminaire sur Frantz Fanon La direction de la culture de la wilaya dEl Tarf met les derni';res retouches pour assurer la réussite du 3e séminaire national sur Frantz Fanon, qui se tiendra aujourdhui et demain. Plusieurs communications et conférences retraçant >>>


      SALAIRES DES ENSEIGNANTS DU SUPÉRIEUR
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      380 euros, qui dit mieux ! Le spectacle est désolant : Farid Cherbal enseignant en post graduation ŕ lUSTHB et coordinateur régional du syndicat des enseignants du supérieur (CNES) a été coffré par des policiers au sortir de lamphithéâtre.

Motif ? Cet universitaire >>>


      SALAIRES ET ÉROSION DU POUVOIR D&#8217;ACHAT
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Idees–debat Salaires et érosion du pouvoir dachat Lappel de détresse des travailleurs (3e partie et fin) En somme, on avait perdu notre qualité de fonction supérieure de lEtat et lintégration aux catégories hors échelle initiale (la AI) et tout cela pour des broutilles, un gain >>>


      SOINS Ŕ L&#8217;ÉTRANGER
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Actualite Soins ŕ létranger Les prises en charge seront supprimées en 200' Les transferts pour soins ŕ létranger seront réduits de 30% dici lannée 2008, avant dętre définitivement supprimés en 200'. Cela " sauf exception ".

Cest ce qui a é >>>


      TERRORISME
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      " Le GSPC perd ses chefs " En lespace dun mois, le GSPC a perdu une quinzaine de ses " chefs " de phalange et de section, notamment dans la région de la Kabylie, a–t–on appris de source sécuritaire.

La plus importante de ces pertes reste incontestablement celle du sini >>>


      TROIS RESPONSABLES DU CNES SOUS CONTRÔLE JUDICIAIRE
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Les universitaires sous pression Le coordinateur national adjoint du Conseil national de lenseignement supérieur (CNES), syndicat des enseignants, Farid Cherbal, interpellé dimanche dernier ŕ la sortie de luniversité des sciences et de la technologie Houari Boumedi';ne (USTHB), a ét >>>


      TROISIČME RENCONTRE SUR LA LANGUE FRAN'';AISE
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Léconomie opte pour langlais La troisi';me rencontre sur la langue française Les Lyriades, qui sest tenue du 1' au 21 mai ŕ Liré (Angers), a été loccasion de débattre de la question centrale du choix de la langue qui permettrait davancer plus vite dans le domaine des scien >>>


      UN CYCLE DE FORMATION POUR 320 PĘCHEURS
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      La troisi';me et derni';re promotion des apprentis pęcheurs, pour lannée 2006, sera lancée en mois doctobre prochain, apprend– on du président de lassociation des pęcheurs.

A cet effet, 110 places pédagogiques seront ouvertes aux jeunes, afin de les adapter a >>>


      UN PLAN SATURÉ
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Instrument de régulation des flux de circulation urbaine, le plan de circulation de la ville de Ghardaďa bute sur dénormes probl';mes dordre pratique et surtout organisationnel.

La ville se trouve étranglée entre des montagnes sur ses flancs est, nord et sud. Le centre–vi >>>


      UNE NOUVELLE GARE MARITIME Ŕ MARSEILLE
      El Watan, 30-05-2006
      Le port autonome de Marseille (PAM) inaugurera le ' juin prochain la nouvelle gare de La Major, destinée ŕ accueillir les passagers depuis et vers lAlgérie, la Tunisie et la Corse. Plusieurs personnalités de la région assisteront ŕ la cérémonie, selon le service de presse du >>>


      ‘OLDEST’ PAPYRUS IS DECODED
      Kathimerin, 30-05-2006
      Greek and foreign experts have used cutting–edge technology to decode the Greek text of the world’s oldest literary papyrus more than four decades after its discovery, it was revealed yesterday.

The Derveni Papyrus — which has been in the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki since its charred fragments >>>


      AGE LIMIT TO STOP TEENAGERS SMOKING
      Kathimerin, 30-05-2006
      The government intends to enforce an age limit on the sale of cigarettes to help reduce the large number of teenagers lighting up, Health Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos said yesterday.

Tobacco products will be off–limits to children and the ban is to be printed on cigarette packets, according to the mini >>>


      FARMERS MARKOS DROSSOS (LEFT) AND NIKOLAOS DARZETAS SHOVEL...
      Kathimerin, 30-05-2006
      Petros Giannakouris/AP Farmers Markos Drossos (left) and Nikolaos Darzetas shovel fava beans, also known as yellow split peas, in the village of Eborio on the Cycladic island of Santorini. This technique allows the beans to fall to the ground while the chaff blows away in the wind. Fava beans are traditionally harveste >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 30-05-2006
      DRINKING WATER EYDAP challenges press reports, says there are no impurities The Athens Water Supply and Sewage Company (EYDAP) yesterday rejected as groundless recent press reports alleging that the country’s tap water is infected with impurities and poses a health risk for citizens. «The water distributed for co >>>


      LEGALIZATION IMMINENT FOR MIGRANTS’ CHILDREN
      Kathimerin, 30-05-2006
      The children of migrants in Greece will soon be given legal status in the country as long as they have been to school here and speak Greek, Deputy Interior Minister Thanassis Nakos said yesterday.

Nakos said he is likely to issue a ministerial decision next week to launch the legalization process, correcting a >>>


      MINISTER STAKES JOB ON EYP CLAIMS
      Kathimerin, 30-05-2006
      Greek secret agents did not abduct Pakistani migrants last summer, Public Order Minister Vyron Polydoras said during a press conference yesterday, insisting that if their involvement was proved, he would resign.

Polydoras also backed the comments on the case by his predecessor, current Culture Minister Giorgos >>>


      NEW COURSE ON TURKEY?
      Kathimerin, 30-05-2006
      Sources say government is mulling option of settling dispute at The Hague Athens is considering a change of direction in its diplomatic dealings with Turkey following a suggestion that the dispute with Ankara over air space could be resolved in the International Court of Justice at The Hague, senior government sources >>>


      PM, ALAVANOS RICHEST MPS
      Kathimerin, 30-05-2006
      Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis and Synaspismos Left Coalition leader Alekos Alavanos were the wealthiest MPs in Greece in 2004, according to an annual statement of their personal assets and income made public yesterday.

Karamanlis declared an income of 108,104 euros that year and his assets included five apa >>>


      THE INTERNATIONAL BEST–SELLING AUTHOR ISABEL ALLENDE...
      Kathimerin, 30-05-2006
      Orestis Panagiotou/ANA The international best–selling author Isabel Allende, from Chile, answers reporters‘ questions at a press conference yesterday before appearing at the Athens Concert Hall, where she was interviewed on stage. Allende will be signing books at the Papasotiriou bookstore (37 Panepistimiou >>>


      AL MENOS SIETE MUERTOS Y 30 HERIDOS EN UN ATENTADO SUICIDA EN HILLAH
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      LVD – 30/05/2006 – 17.01 horas Actualizada: 30/05/2006 17.36 horas Bagdad. (EFE). Al menos siete personas murieron y 30 más resultaron heridas por la explosión de un coche bomba conducido por un suicida en la localidad de Hillah, al sur de la capital, según el recuento de víctimas facili >>>


      BERLUSCONI SE QUEDA SIN REVANCHA
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      El centroderecha conserva Sicilia y Milán pero fracasa en Nápoles, Turín y Roma Silvio Berlusconi se quedó ayer con sus ganas de revancha. Las elecciones municipales, provinciales y regionales en Italia le fueron adversas. Los electores confirmaron la mayoría de centroderecha en Sicilia, pero l >>>


      BRUSELAS INDICA AL LÍDER DE MONTENEGRO QUE "NO HAY ATAJOS" PARA INGRESAR EN LA UE
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      FERNANDO GARCÍA – 30/05/2006 Corresponsal BRUSELAS .– Bruselas no quiere que el Gobierno de Montenegro se emocione y se acelere más de la cuenta en sus expectativas de ingreso en la UE tras el referéndum en que su población decidió hace ' días independizarse de Serbia. El c >>>


      BUSH DESIGNA A PAULSON PARA SECRETARIO DEL TESORO TRAS LA RENUNCIA DE SNOW
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      LVD – 30/05/2006 – 15.30 horas Actualizada: 30/05/2006 16.13 horas Washington. (EFECOM).– El presidente de Estados Unidos, George W. Bush, designó a Henry Paulson, hasta ahora presidente de la firma de inversiones Goldman Sachs, secretario del Tesoro, en lugar de John Snow, quien renunció.>>>


      DOS REPORTEROS DE LA CADENA CBS MUEREN EN UNA EMBOSCADA EN BAGDAD
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      EUSEBIO VAL – 30/05/2006 Corresponsal WASHINGTON .– El alto precio de la guerra de Iraq se hizo de nuevo muy patente ayer en Estados Unidos justo en el Memorial Day, la jornada anual de recuerdo a los caídos en todas las contiendas. Dos miembros del equipo de la cadena de televisión CBS resultaron >>>


      EL EJÉRCITO ISRAELÍ MATA A OCHO PALESTINOS EN 24 HORAS
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      El Gobierno de Hamas condena la "criminal escalada militar" en Cisjordania y Gaza LVD – 30/05/2006 – 18.51 horas Jerusalén. (EFE).– Ocho palestinos murieron en las últimas 24 horas en una serie de incursiones del Ejército israelí en Cisjordania y Gaza, cuatro de ellos en >>>


      EL ELECTORADO CONCEDE UN CHEQUE EN BLANCO A URIBE PARA GOBERNAR COLOMBIA SIN ATADURAS
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      El electorado concede un cheque en blanco a Uribe para gobernar Colombia sin ataduras El éxito del candidato conservador contrarresta el viraje izquierdista de América Latina Colombia amaneció el lunes con un nuevo panorama político que sepultó el bipartidismo que liberales y conservadores mono >>>


      EL TRIBUNAL DE JUSTICIA DE LA UE DICTA QUE ES ILEGAL LA TRANSFERENCIA DE DATOS SOBRE PASAJEROS A EE.UU.
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      LVD – 30/05/2006 – 10.37 horas Actualizada: 30/05/2006 11.16 horas Luxemburgo. (EFECOM).– El Tribunal de Justicia de la UE anuló hoy el acuerdo de la Unión Europea con EE.UU sobre la transferencia de datos de los pasajeros que vuelan a ese país con compańías europeas.

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      EXPLOTA UN COCHE BOMBA EN ATENAS CERCA DE LA RESIDENCIA DEL MINISTRO DE CULTURA
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      Al parecer, no se han producido víctimas LVD – 30/05/2006 – 08.16 horas Atenas. (EFE).– Un artefacto explosionó hoy debajo de un coche aparcado cerca de la residencia en Atenas del ministro de Cultura griego, Yorgos Vulgarakis, sin que al parecer se hayan producido víctimas, según >>>


      FRANCIA SIGUE INSTALADA EN EL NO
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      Un ańo después del seísmo del 2'–M, los franceses mantienen su rechazo al actual modelo de Europa Francia sigue instalada en el no LLUÍS URÍA – 30/05/2006 París. Corresponsal Un ańo después del seísmo provocado por el referéndum francés del 2' d >>>


      IR'3;N EST'3; DISPUESTO A REANUDAR SIN CONDICIONES LAS NEGOCIACIONES SOBRE EL PROGRAMA NUCLEAR CON LA UE
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      LVD – 30/05/2006 – 14.41 horas Kuala Lumpur. (EFE).– Irán está dispuesto a reanudar sin condiciones las negociaciones con la Unión Europea (UE) sobre las discrepancias surgidas en torno al programa nuclear de Teherán, dijo hoy el ministro iraní de Asuntos Exteriores, Manucher >>>


      LA LECCIÓN DEL TSUNAMI HA MEJORADO LA GESTIÓN DE LA AYUDA INTERNACIONAL A JAVA
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      DITA ALANGKARA / AP Mujeres esperan atención médica en el exterior del hospital de Bantul

3 min Desgloses Parte la ayuda espańola Catástrofes naturales

Noticias Se elevan a 5.162 las víctimas mortales por el terremoto de Java LVD – 2'/05/2006 – 05.1' ho >>>


      MUEREN CUATRO PALESTINOS EN UNA INCURSIÓN MILITAR ISRAELÍ EN GAZA
      La Vanguardia, 30-05-2006
      LVD – 30/05/2006 – 07.16 horas Jerusalén. (EFE).– Efectivos de infantería del Ejército israelí mataron esta madrugada a cuatro palestinos e hirieron al menos a otros nueve durante una incursión por el norte de la franja de Gaza, según fuentes de seguridad de ese territori >>>



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