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      ACTION CALL OVER DYING DEAD SEA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      By Martin Patience BBC, in Ein Gedi, southern Israel The surface area of the sea has shrunk by a third in 50 years Standing close to a grey, concrete building enclosing a spa, Ein Gedi kibbutz member Merav Ayalon points at the brown mudflats a few metres away.

Twenty years ago the Dead Sea water would have lap >>>


      AFGHAN BOMB KILLS ITALIAN TROOPS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      The Italians handed over command of Nato‘s Afghan mission this week Two Italian soldiers in the Nato peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan have been killed after their vehicle was hit by a bomb.

Four Italians were also hurt in the blast as they were travelling south of the capital, Kabul.

Four Afg >>>


      AFRICA ‘COPING‘ WITH OIL PRICES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
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      ANGKOR TEMPLE REOPENS TO PUBLIC
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      By Guy De Launey BBC News, Phnom Penh The 400sq km (154sq mile) Angkor site is world famous Archaeologists in Cambodia have completed the first part of what has been called the world‘s largest jigsaw puzzle.

The Baphuon, one of the largest and oldest temples at the world–famous Angkor complex, has >>>


      BOLIVIA GAS MOVE SPARKS HOPE AND UNEASE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      By Daniel Schweimler BBC News, Santa Cruz, Bolivia Since Bolivia announced on Monday it was taking state control of the energy industry, life at the gas and oil installations around the city of Santa Cruz continues as normal – with one substantial difference: military police are guarding every office, refinery an >>>


      BUILDERS FIND BODY IN RUM BARREL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Builders who drank a barrel of rum at a house in southern Hungary had a nasty surprise when they got to the bottom and found a pickled corpse.

The man‘s body fell out when the workers tried to move the barrel after they had drunk it dry, a Hungarian police magazine website reported.

The website >>>


      BUSH ‘NO GOOD AT SINGING SPANISH‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Mr Bush avoided local difficulties while celebrating Cinco de Mayo The White House has rebutted claims President Bush sung the US national anthem in Spanish – by insisting his Spanish is not good enough.

Mr Bush has spoken out against the release of a Spanish language recording of the Star–Spangled >>>


      DEFINING TORTURE IN A NEW WORLD WAR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
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      DISARRAY FOR DARFUR PEACE TALKS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
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      DISBELIEF AT CHAD‘S VOTER FIGURES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      President Deby is widely expected to win A team of African election observers says there was a 60% turnout in Chad‘s presidential elections on Wednesday.

The BBC‘s Stephanie Hancock says most people were shocked at the announcement and one journalist asked the team: "Did we watch the same elec >>>


      EGYPT ‘DETAINS MUSLIM BROTHERS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      MPs staged noisy protests against renewing the law Egypt‘s Muslim Brotherhood opposition group says police detained 23 of its members for campaigning against the country‘s newly–extended emergency law.

"They were arrested at dawn as they were putting up posters and banners denouncing the >>>


      EU CONSIDERS PALESTINIAN AID PLAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      The UN warns poverty will rise if salaries continue to go unpaid The EU is considering a plan to resume aid to the Palestinians by sending funds to the office of the president, bypassing the Hamas–led government.

Under a European Commission proposal, money for specific basic services such as health and e >>>


      EU PUSHES FOR KAZAKH GAS PIPELINE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Russia dominates gas exports to Europe from the east Top officials from the European Union and the US are visiting Kazakhstan in an attempt to revive the idea of a gas pipeline bypassing Russia.

Kazakhstan‘s energy minister told the EU‘s energy commissioner his country favoured the proposal for a p >>>


      FIFTH BIRD FLU FATALITY IN EGYPT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      A worker disinfects houses after the third death in March The Egyptian health ministry has reported that a fifth person has died of bird flu.

The 27–year–old woman, from Minufiya in northern Egypt, was infected with the deadly H5N1 virus by her domestic poultry flock.

She is the 13th perso >>>


      FILIPINAS AIM FOR BREAST–FED BEST
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Only 16% of Filipinas breast–feed their children, despite the benefits More than 3,000 mothers in the Philippines have made a bid to break the Guinness World Record for simultaneous breast–feeding.

A total of 3,738 mothers simultaneously breast–fed their babies for at least a minute, said Man >>>


      FOUR DEAD AS ISRAELIS STRIKE GAZA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Four people have been killed in an Israeli air strike in the Gaza Strip, Palestinian officials say.

An Israeli army spokeswoman said the strike had been carried out against a training camp for militants.

The camp is believed to be used by a group involved in launching rockets from Gaza into southern I >>>


      GERMAN POLICE URGE NAZI MARCH BAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      There are fears nationalists might exploit the World Cup The German police union has urged the courts not to authorise any neo–Nazi demonstrations near the venues for the football World Cup.

Hooliganism is a major concern for police as they prepare for the tournament, which kicks off on ' June.
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      IRAN ATTACKS UN DRAFT RESOLUTION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Mr Zarif said there were many ways of finding a solution Iran has accused the US and its European allies of creating an artificial crisis by tabling a UN resolution over its enrichment plans.

Javad Zarif, Iran‘s envoy to the UN, said such a confrontational approach could be avoided by allowing a "se >>>


      IRAN EXILES STRUGGLE FOR US INFLUENCE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      By Jonathan Beale BBC News, Washington Ahmad Baharloo is being dubbed the Iranian Larry King, after the veteran CNN interviewer.

The US is worried about Iran‘s nuclear programme Roundtable With You, Mr Baharloo‘s snappily–titled weekly television programme in Farsi on Voice of America, will s >>>


      LAST PUSH BEYOND DARFUR DEADLINE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Negotiations in Abuja have gone right to the wire The latest deadline for warring factions in Sudan‘s Darfur region has passed, with last–minute attempts to reach a deal still going on.

Talks between Sudan‘s government and rebels, mediated by the African Union, were due to end at midnight (23 >>>


      LEBANESE MPS SUMMONED TO SYRIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Walid Jumblatt is one of the main figures in Lebanon‘s anti–Syrian camp Lebanon‘s attorney general has confirmed receiving warrants summoning two prominent Lebanese MPs to appear before a military court in Syria.

The MPs are Druze leader Walid Jumblatt and telecoms minister Marwan Hamade. Rep >>>


      MAATHAI CONDEMNS KENYAN MPS‘ PAY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Wangari Maathai won the Nobel Peace Prize last year Kenyan Nobel peace laureate Wangari Maathai has criticised her fellow MPs for increasing their travel allowance.

She told the BBC that the government had been wrong to approve a rise to some $4,500 a month at a time of food shortages and destructive floods.>>>


      MEXICAN POLICE RETAKE RIOT TOWN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Clashes continued for two days before police regained control Mexican police say they are now in control of the town of San Salvador Atenco after a day of clashes with locals armed with machetes.

Six police officers taken hostage by the rioters had been released, state of Mexico officials said on Thursday.
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      NAVY ‘DESTROYS‘ TAMIL TIGER BOAT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      There have been a number of clashes at sea The Sri Lankan navy says it has destroyed a Tamil Tiger boat off the north–west coast.

A navy spokesman says five navy boats were on patrol when they came under attack from the Tamil Tiger boats, forcing them to retaliate.

Violence in Sri Lanka has inte >>>


      NORWAY RULES OUT NEPAL PEACE ROLE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      The rebels have agreed to attend peace talks Norway‘s chief mediator to Sri Lanka has ruled out his country taking a major role in peace efforts in Nepal.

Erik Solheim suggested however, that India could take a lead in helping end Nepal‘s 10–year Maoist insurgency.

He was speaking at >>>


      OXFAM ACTS OVER ACEH AID MISUSE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Thousands of Acehnese rely on international aid since the tsunami UK–based charity Oxfam says 22 members of staff face disciplinary action after an inquiry into alleged fraud in the Indonesian province of Aceh.

The investigation found evidence of losses of $22,000 (Ł11,800) at its offices in the pro >>>


      PAKISTANI DIES IN GERMAN PRISON
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      The cartoons sparked anger around the Islamic world Germany has confirmed that a Pakistani student has died while being held in custody in Berlin.

Amer Cheema, 28, hanged himself while alone in his prison cell, a spokeswoman for the German Justice Ministry said.

Mr Cheema had been accused of threateni >>>


      PROTEST OVER KASHMIR ‘SEX RING‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      The house of a woman alleged to be running a sex ring was attacked Police in Indian–administered Kashmir have broken up a protest against an alleged prostitution ring.

An angry mob in the summer capital, Srinagar, tried to tear down a house of a woman who is alleged to have run the ring and has been arre >>>


      Q&A: CIA JAILS ALLEGATIONS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      The US has come under pressure over media allegations that the CIA ran secret jails abroad for terror suspects and flew some through European airports.

Reports claim al–Qaeda members are being held in clandestine jails Some EU countries have begun inquiries into the claims about secret stopovers on their >>>


      RACIST ATTACKS THAT STAIN RUSSIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      By James Rodgers BBC News, St Petersburg, Russia Yunos Sultonov says the jury had more sympathy for the killers "It was because of my colour. They don‘t like us. They didn‘t like my skin." Yunus Sultonov, a market trader from Tajikistan, was explaining why a gang had killed Khursheda, his nine yea >>>


      RENDITION ROW ‘HURTS US–EU TIES‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      A report by MEPs has said the CIA ran 1,000 flights within the EU A US official has said claims that the CIA illegally used Europe‘s airspace to transfer terror suspects are damaging US–EU co–operation on intelligence.

John Bellinger, a legal adviser to the US secretary of state, said there h >>>


      RESCUERS INCH TO TASMANIA MINERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      A narrow PVC tube links the trapped miners to rescue teams Two Australian miners trapped nearly one kilometre (half–mile) underground are "unlikely" to be freed until the weekend, the mine manager has said.

Rescuers had hoped to reach them on Friday but manager Matthew Gill said they did not wa >>>


      RESIDENTS FLEE EAST TIMOR CAPITAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Last week‘s clashes have left at least four people dead Thousands of residents have fled East Timor‘s capital, Dili, fearing new clashes between ex–soldiers and police.

Roads around the city are reported to be packed with vehicles containing household valuables, as people head to the nearby m >>>


      ROW HITS ANOTHER FRENCH MINISTER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Ms Alliot–Marie wants a judicial investigation into the claims The French defence minister says she has been targeted in a political smear campaign, echoing cabinet colleagues.

Speaking on French television, Ms Michele Alliot–Marie said she was "shocked and angry" to be linked to the so&n >>>


      RUMSFELD HECKLED OVER WAR IN IRAQ
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      The protests were amongst the severest Mr Rumsfed has faced US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was repeatedly interrupted and heckled by anti–war protesters during a speech.

One protester, retired CIA analyst Ray McGovern, accused Mr Rumsfeld of lying to the American people about the presence of WMD in >>>


      RUSSIA BANS GEORGIA MINERAL WATER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Borjomi has enjoyed big sales in Russia for years Russia has banned imports of Borjomi mineral water from Georgia, fuelling Georgian anger sparked by an earlier ban on the Caucasus republic‘s wines.

The head of Russia‘s chief public health watchdog, Gennady Onishchenko, said inspectors had found th >>>


      SUHARTO BACK IN JAKARTA HOSPITAL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Suharto has been dogged by ill health in recent years Former Indonesian President Suharto is being treated for intestinal bleeding in a Jakarta hospital.

The 84–year–old ex–dictator was rushed to Pertamina hospital late on Thursday, and was given a blood transfusion.

"We are sti >>>


      TRIAL FEARS FOR LIBYAN DISSIDENT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Fathi al–Jahmi was first detained in October 2002 A prominent political prisoner in Libya is facing a possible death sentence for slandering leader Muammar Gaddafi, US–based Human Rights Watch says.

Fathi al–Jahmi, 64, has been held by state security for more than two years after a series of >>>


      TWO ARRESTED IN HUNT FOR MLADIC
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      The Mladic family home was among the properties searched Serbian police have arrested two people suspected of helping top Bosnian Serb war crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic evade capture, Belgrade court officials say.

It brings to 10 the number of people arrested in recent weeks in connection with the search for Ge >>>


      UN TO QUIZ WASHINGTON ON TORTURE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Tough questions are likely to be asked about Guantanamo Bay The US is due to appear before the UN Committee on Torture for the first time since launching its war on terror following the '/11 attacks.

Thirty senior officials from the departments of state, defence, justice and homeland security will testify >>>


      URIBE EXPLAINS MICROCHIP COMMENT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Mr Uribe‘s alleged remarks have proved controversial Colombia‘s president has tried to clarify his comments after a US senator said he had raised the idea of putting microchips in seasonal workers.

Arlen Specter said President Alvaro Uribe had suggested this could help to stem illegal immigration i >>>


      US SEIZES ON ZARQAWI OUT–TAKES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      At first all goes well... The US military has released "out–takes" of a video of al–Qaeda‘s leader in Iraq, Abu Musab al–Zarqawi, hoping to cast him in a new light.

In the video, Zarqawi was shown wearing black fatigues and confidently firing long bursts from a machine gun.
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      VENEZUELA RECALLS ENVOY TO PERU
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Alan Garcia described the Venezuelan leader as "shameless" Venezuela is withdrawing its ambassador to Lima in response to the same move by the Peruvian government on Sunday.

Caracas had initially said it would not reciprocate. Correspondents say the latest move suggests tensions between the two are u >>>


      VETERAN BOLLYWOOD COMPOSER DIES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Naushad believed his best was yet to come One of Bollywood‘s best known music composers, Naushad Ali, has died at the age of 86.

The veteran composer died after suffering from a heart attack in the western Indian city of Mumbai (Bombay), where he had been in hospital.

Naushad composed scores for >>>


      WASHINGTON SNIPER ON TRIAL AGAIN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      Muhammad already faces the death penalty in Virginia Opening statements are expected in a Maryland court on Thursday as one of the men accused of being the Washington sniper faces a second murder trial.

John Allen Muhammad is accused of six counts of murder in Montgomery County, just outside Washington DC in 2 >>>


      WHO ARE SUDAN‘S DARFUR REBELS?
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 05-05-2006
      By Martin Plaut BBC Africa analyst Minni Minnawi (c) leads the largest rebel faction The two groups fighting in Sudan‘s Darfur region – the Justice for Equality Movement (Jem) and the larger Sudan Liberation Army/Movement (SLA/M) have very different ideological backgrounds.

The SLA has its roots in >>>


      AN ACTIVIST SITS...
      Kathimerin, 05-05-2006
      Orestis Panagiotou/EPA An activist sits next to a giant anti–globalization poster in Athens yesterday during a rally on the opening day of the Fourth European Social Forum.

According to organizers, the forum has attracted around 10,000 visitors from all over Europe. The possibility of a US invasion of Ir >>>


      ARTIFACT POLICE GO TO LONDON
      Kathimerin, 05-05-2006
      A delegation of officers from the Attica Police’s illegal antiquities’ department was sent to London yesterday in a bid to stop illicit traders from selling «laundered» Greek artifacts at auction houses in the British capital, sources told Kathimerini yesterday.

Greek police will also have talks wi >>>


      BULGARIAN GYMNAST RADOSLAV STEFANOV APPLIES...
      Kathimerin, 05-05-2006
      Yannis Behrakis/Reuters Bulgarian gymnast Radoslav Stefanov applies chalk to the men’s rings during the qualification round yesterday at the 27th European Artistic Gymnastics Championship in Volos, central Greece. Greece’s Vlassis Maras, 23 — a world and European champion — qualified in first place for Sunday’s final i >>>


      FOREIGN LINK IN TAPPING
      Kathimerin, 05-05-2006
      ADAE discovers ‘shadow’ phones contacted USA, UK, Australia Mobile phones used to eavesdrop on high–ranking government officials were also in contact with a number of foreign countries, the head of the watchdog investigating the affair told a parliamentary committee yesterday.

Andreas Lambrinopoulos, the >>>


      FULL SPEED AHEAD FOR FERRY PRICES
      Kathimerin, 05-05-2006
      Ferry routes from Piraeus were deregulated by the government yesterday, less than 24 hours after ferry operators said they would free up ticket prices on their own because they were unhappy with the pace of change in their industry.

The decision, which was signed yesterday by the Aegean, merchant marine, and e >>>


      GREEK, TURK PMS AGREE TO BOOST TRADE
      Kathimerin, 05-05-2006
      Balkan ministers sign pacts Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday agreed to boost bilateral ties, especially in trade, on the sidelines of a Balkan summit in Thessaloniki that saw the forging of several agreements to promote trade and infrastructure in the region.>>>


      HOPE FOR JUDGES OF THE FUTURE
      Kathimerin, 05-05-2006
      Future judges were yesterday urged by Justice Minister Anastassis Papaligouras to help the judiciary regain people’s respect.

Speaking at the beginning of a new course at the National School of Judges in Thessaloniki, Papaligouras said the corrupt actions of a few judges had dragged the whole system into the m >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 05-05-2006
      ABUSE CHARGES Man, 54, accused of raping one of his daughters, prostituting the other two A 54–year–old man faced a Halkida prosecutor yesterday, charged with repeatedly raping his 14–year–old daughter and forcing his two older daughters into prostitution, police said. The unidentified man, who >>>


      SAILORS MISSING IN TREACHEROUS WATERS
      Kathimerin, 05-05-2006
      Rescue teams were searching yesterday for 26 crew members, including four Greek sailors, of a bulk carrier that snapped in two and sank in notoriously dangerous waters off South Africa’s southeastern coast, the Merchant Marine Ministry said.

The Saint Vincent and Grenadine–flagged Alexandros T started ta >>>


      AL MENOS TRES PALESTINOS HERIDOS EN UNA OPERACIÓN DEL EJÉRCITO ISRAELÍ CERCA DE NABLÚS
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LVD – 05/05/2006 – 0'.22 horas Jerusalén. (EUROPA PRESS). Al menos tres palestinos resultaron heridos durante una redada del Ejército israelí en el campo de refugiados de Balata, en Cisjordania, esta mańana, según informaron miembros de las Brigadas de los Mártires de Al Aq >>>


      BERLUSCONI INSISTE EN QUE EL CENTRO–IZQUIERDA HA "ROBADO" LAS ELECCIONES
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El ex presidente del Gobierno reitera su rechazo al "comunista" D‘Alema como candidato para presidente de la República LVD – 05/05/2006 – 16.15 horas Roma. (EUROPA PRESS). El ex presidente del Gobierno Silvio Berlusconi volvió a repetir en un mitin en Nápoles (sur de Italia) q >>>


      BERLUSCONI Y PRODI SE REÚNEN POR PRIMERA VEZ PARA CONSENSUAR UN CANDIDATO AL QUIRINAL
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El no de Ciampi a un segundo mandato presidencial dispara las quinielas de nombres La decisión del presidente de la República Italiana, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, de no presentarseaunsegundomandato, ha cambiado el escenario político postelectoral, abocando a RomanoProdiyaSilvioBerlusconi al diálogo insti >>>


      BLAIR REMODELAR'3; SU GOBIERNO TRAS SUFRIR UN REVÉS ELECTORAL MENOR DE LO ESPERADO
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      La sorpresa de la noche la dio el Partido Nacional Británico, de extrema derecha, que ha obtenido trece concejales LVD – 05/05/2006 – 04.25 horas Actualizada: 05/05/2006 0'.36 horas Londres. (EFE).– El Partido Laborista del primer ministro británico, Tony Blair, ha encajado una derrota m >>>


      DOCE AŃOS POR PINTADAS ANTI–LUKASHENKO
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 05/05/2006 Un joven activista se enfrenta a una pena de entre 7 y 12 ańos de cárcel por pintadas a favor de la libertad de expresión y contra el presidente bielorruso Alexander Lukashenko. Los eslóganes reproducidos – Queremos a otro y Estamos hartos–han significado >>>


      DOS MILITARES ITALIANOS MUERTOS Y CUATRO HERIDOS EN UN ATAQUE EN KABUL
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LVD – 05/05/2006 – 17.41 horas Roma. (EFE).– Dos militares italianos murieron hoy y otros cuatro resultaron heridos al estallar una bomba al paso de un vehículo blindado de la Fuerza Internacional para la Asistencia a la Seguridad (ISAF), informó la televisión Sky TG24, que citó fu >>>


      EL ALCATRAZ DE LAS ROCOSAS
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El mobiliario en la cárcel de máxima seguridad es de cemento y los presos pueden recibir cinco visitas al mes EUSEBIO VAL – 05/05/2006 Washington. Corresponsal Zacarias Moussaoui, que cumplirá 38 ańos a final de mes, tiene ya celda reservada en la prisión de máxima seguridad de Flore >>>


      EL EX DICTADOR INDONESIO SUHARTO, INGRESADO AL SUFRIR UNA HEMORRAGIA INTESTINAL
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LVD – 05/05/2006 – 08.12 horas Yakarta. (EP/AP). El ex dictador indonesio Suharto ha sido ingresado en un hospital de Yakarta al sufrir una hemorragia intestinal por la que recibió una transfusión de sangre, según afirmó hoy viernes el doctor del presidente.

Suharto, de 84 a >>>


      EL PAPA VE "CON PROFUNDO PESAR" QUE CHINA HAYA NOMBRADO OBISPOS
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      Los dos nuevos prelados y sus consagrantes han sido excomulgados La ordenación episcopal de dossacerdoteschinossinlapreceptivaautorizaciónpapalhasido calificada por el Vaticano de "grave violación de la libertad religiosa".

En China coexisten laAsociaciónCatólicaPatrióti >>>


      EL PODER Y EVO MORALES
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      BALTASAR PORCEL – 05/05/2006 Es obvio que estamos ante un nuevo ciclo en Latinoamérica. O en otra fase de sus sempiternos retornos, Nietzsche lo reflejó sarcástico: "Desde este portón llamado Instante corre hacia atrás una calle larga, eterna: a nuestras espaldas yace una eternidad ( >>>


      EL VISITANTE INDESEADO
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      La posibilidad de que el presidente iraní visite Alemania por el Mundial preocupa a las autoridades alemanas Ahmadineyad, gran aficionado al fútbol, ha negado el holocausto, lo que es motivo de delito en Alemania MARC BASSETS – 05/05/2006 Berlín. Corresponsal Nadie lo ha invitado. Él no ha dic >>>


      ENERGÍA Y DIPLOMACIA EN ASIA
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El entendimiento en materia de energía entre los tres gigantes asiáticos, China, India y Japón, es vital para la estabilidad en Asia y por ende del mundo RAFAEL POCH – 05/05/2006 – 13.32 horas Corresponsal. PEKÍN China es el segundo consumidor de petróleo del mundo tras Estados Unid >>>


      LA PRENSA SE CEBA EN ASUNTOS QUE EROSIONAN AL ‘PREMIER‘
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 05/05/2006 que hay un sospechoso de terrorismo), legislación discriminatoria y xenófoba que no debería tener sitio en una democracia civilizada".

Tan desproporcionada respuesta a la crisis de los presos, acercándose a las posiciones de la extrema derecha en materi >>>


      LAS URNAS AVIVAN EL ACOSO A BLAIR
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      Los resultados se perfilan entre malos y desastrosos para el laborismo La prensa se ceba en asuntos que erosionan al ‘premier‘ Los resultados de las elecciones municipales inglesas de ayer, que se perfilan malos para el Labour, pueden aumentar la presión para que Blair concrete su adiós a Downing >>>


      LOS GRUPOS REBELDES DE DARFUR SE NIEGAN A FIRMAR EL ACUERDO DE PAZ
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LVD – 05/05/2006 – 0'.14 horas Abuya. (EFE).– Los grupos rebeldes de Darfur se negaron hoy a firmar el acuerdo de paz propuesto por los mediadores después de intensas horas de negociación, informaron representantes de esos grupos.

El anuncio fue dado a conocer después de la >>>


      MARRUECOS ACEPTA LA ÚLTIMA RESOLUCIÓN DE LA ONU
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 05/05/2006 El Gobierno marroquí se mostró ayer "satisfecho" de la última resolución del Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU sobre el Sahara Occidental porque "significa que la comunidad internacional abandona la opción del referéndum", en alusión a >>>


      MILES DE CIUDADANOS DE DILI ABANDONAN LA CAPITAL POR TEMOR A NUEVOS ENFRENTAMIENTOS ENTRE EX SOLDADOS Y POLICÍAS
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LVD – 05/05/2006 – 0'.44 horas Dili. (EP/AP). Miles de ciudadanos han abandonado Dili, capital de Timor Oriental, y se han refugiado en las montańas cercanas por temor a nuevos enfrentamientos entre ex soldados y la Policía, después de que la semana pasada murieran cuatro personas, seg >>>


      MUEREN TRES SOLDADOS DE EE.UU. EN UN ATAQUE CON BOMBA AL SUR DE BAGDAD
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LVD – 05/05/2006 – 13.41 horas Actualizada: 05/05/2006 14.23 horas Bagdad. (EP/AP). Tres soldados estadounidenses muruieron hoy al explotar una bomba al paso de su convoy en una carretera al sur de Bagdad, según informó el mando militar estadounidense. Con estas víctimas ya son 2.414 los sold >>>


      OLMERT INSISTE EN LA RETIRADA DE CISJORDANIA
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El primer ministro presenta su Gobierno y aboga por "una frontera defendible" con o sin acuerdo con la ANP "Si laANPpierde el tiempo, actuaremos sin un acuerdo con los palestinos", dijo ayer Ehud Olmert en la presentación de su Gabinete ante el Parlamento, insistiendo en sus planes de retiradad >>>


      RECUPERADOS RESTOS DEL AVIÓN ARMENIO
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 05/05/2006 Efe Los buzos están trabajando en el mar Negro para recuperar los cadáveres de los 113 ocupantes del Airbus A–320 armenio que se estrelló el miércoles.

Por el momento, ya se han identificado 28 de las varias decenas de cuerpos que han conseguido sacar >>>


      VILLEPIN SE AFERRA AL GOBIERNO Y DEFIENDE SU ACTUACIÓN EN EL CASO CLEARSTREAM
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El primer ministro francés mantiene su versión frente a las revelaciones del general Rondot Palabra contra palabra, Villepin defendió ayer su actuación en el caso Clearstream y negó la versión dada a los jueces por el ex coordinador de los serviciossecretos, generalRondot. El primer minist >>>


      WASHINGTON ADVIERTE QUE LAS ACUSACIONES CONTRA LA CIA DAŃAN LA MUTUA COOPERACIÓN
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El consejero legal de Rice asegura que en el futuro EE. UU. se lo pensará dos veces antes de colaborar con los europeos FERNANDO GARCÍA – 05/05/2006 Corresponsal BRUSELAS .– Las acusaciones a la CIA por los vuelos que organizó tras el 11–S para trasladar por Europa sospechosos de terror >>>


      ALONSO Y RUBALCABA RATIFICAN EL CAR'3;CTER MILITAR DE LA GUARDIA CIVIL
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El nuevo director del cuerpo defiende la continuidad pese a las protestas La Guardia Civil seguirá teniendo carácter militar. Así lo dijeron los dos ministros con competencias sobre el cuerpo, los de Interior y Defensa, en la tomade posesióndeJoanMesquidacomonuevodirectorgeneral del Instituto Armado >>>


      EL GOBIERNO CONSIDERA QUE YA TIENE EL AVAL DE TODOS LOS ESPAŃOLES PARA NEGOCIAR CON ETA
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      Zapatero ve imprescindible el papel del PNV en el proceso y muestra su sintonía con Imaz Laparte política ya está hecha. Trasla reunión entre JoséLuis Rodríguez Zapatero y Josu Jon Imaz, el Gobierno destacó que cuenta con el aval de los representantes de todos los espańoles para >>>


      EL JUEZ CIERRA UNA ‘HERRIKO TABERNA‘ QUE PRESUNTAMENTE FINANCIABA A ETA
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El magistrado cree que existe toda una red de locales de apoyo a la banda La detención del militante de la izquierda abertzale Ibon Meńica ha permitido al juez Marlaska volver a tirar del hilo de las herriko tabernas. Meńica trabajaba en una de ellas y fue detenido con bonos de ETA. El juez ha decidido c >>>


      EL PSC APOYA A MARAGALL PARA QUE ADOPTE CUALQUIER DECISIÓN PARA ASEGURAR LA COHERENCIA DEL GOVERN
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      Los socialistas catalanes convocan una ejecutiva extraordinaria tras romper ERC su compromiso de no pedir el ‘no‘ El Gobierno lamenta la decisión de ERC, que es «soberana», y augura un «muy buen resultado» en la consulta LVD – 05/05/2006 – 15.25 horas Actualizada: 05 >>>


      EL TC DENIEGA EL AMPARO SOLICITADO POR ITURGAIZ CONTRA LA SANCIÓN IMPUESTA POR EL PARLAMENTO VASCO
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      Iturgaiz fue suspendido un mes de sus derechos y deberes por votar desde el escańo de Mayor Oreja en noviembre de 2003 LVD – 05/05/2006 – 13.51 horas Madrid. (Vasco Press). El Tribunal Constitucional (TC) ha denegado la solicitud de amparo presentada por el dirigente popular Carlos Iturgaiz contra el a >>>


      ENVIDIA FUTBOLÍSTICA POR EL PRESIDENTE CULÉ
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 05/05/2006 Era costumbre de José María Aznar poner el pulgar hacia abajo cuando perdía el Barça y se cruzaba con algún deprimido culé. Atrás quedan en Madrid esos tiempos y ayer José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero apuntó hacia el cielo con el pulgar ante >>>


      ERC PEDIR'3; EL ‘NO‘ EN EL REFERÉNDUM DEL ESTATUT
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      La ejecutiva del partido respetará cualquier otra opción crítica con la reforma estatutaria LVD – 05/05/2006 – 12.46 horas Actualizada: 05/06/2006 14.51 horas Barcelona. (EFE).– La ejecutiva de ERC ha decidido hoy tener en cuenta la opinión de las bases del partido y pedir el &lsqu >>>


      HEREDEROS DE LA REPÚBLICA
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El conseller Bargalló afirma que se está recuperando una memoria manipulada pero no un sueńo perdido IŃAKI ELLAKURÍA – 05/05/2006 Barcelona fundacionales de la República son los valores fundacionales de nuestra democracia".

NMaragall relacionó precisamente esos val >>>


      LA COMISIÓN DEL SENADO APRUEBA EL ESTATUT TAL Y COMO VINO DEL CONGRESO
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LVD – 05/05/2006 – 13.15 horas Actualizada: 05/05/2006 14.15 horas Madrid. (EFE).– La Comisión General de Comunidades Autónomas del Senado aprobó hoy el texto del nuevo Estatut de Catalunya tal y como vino del Congreso, tras rechazar todas las enmiendas.

La votación del co >>>


      LA COZ DEL ASNO
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      CUIDADO CON el no del despecho, la cólera, el enfado o el desengańo ANTONI PUIGVERD – 05/05/2006 l nuevo Estatut da una respuesta plausible y razonable a los problemas y necesidades que la E economía y la sociedad catalanas tenía planteados.

Si Catalunya sabe aprovechar los nuevos ins >>>


      LA FISCALIA CITA A 150 FUNCIONARIOS QUE RECIBIERON LAS CARTAS DE ERC
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      Los nombres de los testigos han sido facilitados por los republicanos La ronda de testimonios sobre las posibles irregularidades en la financiación se iniciará el próximo lunes y entre los que deben comparecer en la fiscaliahaydesde funcionarios de base a cargos de nivel medio de las consellerias de la G >>>


      LA PATRONAL VASCA VE M'3;S FUNDADO EL OPTIMISMO ACTUAL QUE EL DE 1''8
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 05/05/2006 Agencias. BILBAO El secretario general de la Confederación Empresarial Vasca (Confebask), José Guillermo Zubia, aseguró ayer que, tras seis semanas desde la declaración del alto el fuego permanente por parte de ETA, la sociedad "en general" se encuentra &qu >>>


      LA REBELIÓN DE LAS BASES REPUBLICANAS CONTRA EL ESTATUT ALTERA EL DESARROLLO DEL PENÚLTIMO TR'3;MITE EN LAS CORTES
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      Carod y otros tres dirigentes de ERC abandonan el debate del Senado antes de que se vote Maragall dice que asumirá las consecuencias del referéndum y rebrota el síndrome de adelanto electoral CiU denuncia que ausencias republicanas impiden que conste en acta la vindicación del aeropuerto Esquerra ya >>>


      MAS EMPLAZA A MARAGALL A ROMPER CON ERC Y LE GARANTIZA APOYO HASTA DESPUÉS DEL REFERÉNDUM
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El líder de CiU insta al president de la Generalitat a que "recomponga su gobierno para que tenga una sola voz el día en que se celebre el referéndum" LVD – 05/05/2006 – 13.47 horas Actualizada: 05/05/2006 14.10 horas Madrid. (Redacción y agencias.) – El secretario genera >>>


      NUEVE ESCOLARES HERIDOS SIGUEN INGRESADOS TRAS EL ACCIDENTE EN UN CUARTEL DE ZARAGOZA
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      El siniestro costó la vida a un soldado de 1' ańos LVD – 05/05/2006 – 0'.02 horas Zaragoza. (EFE).– Nueve de los once escolares heridos ayer al volcar un vehículo blindado BMR en el cuartel de Pontoneros de Monzalbarba (Zaragoza) permanecen ingresados en varios centros hospitala >>>


      UN GRUPO DE ABERTZALES PROTESTAN DURANTE LA CLAUSURA DE LA "HERRIKO TABERNA" DE ZAMUDIO
      La Vanguardia, 05-05-2006
      LVD – 05/05/2006 – 10.25 horas Actualizada: 05/05/2006 12.57 horas Bilbao. (Vasco Press).– Efectivos de la Guardia Civil han precintado esta mańana la herriko taberna de la localidad vizcaína de Zamudio en cumplimiento de una orden del juez Fernando Grande Marlaska por haber servido para la >>>


      A L‘UNIVERSITÉ DE GENČVE, LES PROFESSEURS EXPRIMENT LEUR MALAISE FACE Ŕ LA CRISE
      Le Temps, 05-05-2006
      Les bâtiments d‘Uni Bastion. Photo: Keystone. GENEVE. Un coup de sonde au sein de plusieurs facultés rév';le des sentiments contrastés parmi le corps enseignant. Entre col';re noire, perplexité et autocritique, ils expliquent comment ils vivent, de l‘intérieur, >>>


      ABB DIT QU‘IL ÉCHAPPERA AUX AMENDES DE BRUXELLES
      Le Temps, 05-05-2006
      PRIX. La Commission européenne condamne plusieurs fabricants pour entente cartellaire.

Le Temps Vendredi 5 mai 2006 La Commission européenne a mis ŕ l‘amende plusieurs groupes européens, dont ABB (ABBN.VX). Elle leur reproche de s‘ętre entendus sur les prix de tableaux de c >>>


      ALCON, VEDETTE DE L‘OPHTALMOLOGIE, VEUT CROÎTRE AVEC NESTLÉ
      Le Temps, 05-05-2006
      SANTE. L‘entreprise texane, propriété du géant suisse de l‘alimentation, s‘est propulsée numéro un dans le domaine de la chirurgie de l‘śil et des médicaments ophtalmologiques.

Willy Boder Vendredi 5 mai 2006 Cary Rayment, patron d‘Alcon, part da >>>


      ANALYSE. LES RATÉS DU MODČLE SOCIAL NORDIQUE
      Le Temps, 05-05-2006
      Analyse. Pierre Veya Vendredi 5 mai 2006 C‘est la guerre des mod';les. D‘un côté, les pays nordiques; de l‘autre, les Etats tr';s libéraux, comme l‘Irlande et la petite Estonie. Au centre, tous les autres pays ou presque de l‘Europe qui regardent et réfl >>>


      ANESTHÉSIÉ, LE PDC SE RÉVEILLERA AVEC LA DÉCISION DE DORIS LEUTHARD
      Le Temps, 05-05-2006
      CANDIDATURE. Depuis samedi, la présidente du PDC garde le silence. Sa décision de briguer ou non la succession de Joseph Deiss devrait tomber lundi. En attendant, son parti est suspendu ŕ ses l';vres.

La lecture de ce texte (4112 caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos abo >>>


      COMME LA DÉMOCRATIE ESPAGNOLE «EL PAÍS» FĘTE SON 30E ANNIVERSAIRE
      Le Temps, 05-05-2006
      PRESSE. Le journal a reflété les aspirations d‘une, voire deux générations d‘Espagnols. Aujourd‘hui, sa place n‘est plus contestée, si ce n‘est par les journaux gratuits.

La lecture de ce texte (4408 caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos a >>>


      COUP DE FREIN POUR LES AUTOS Ŕ VITESSE LIMITÉE
      Le Temps, 05-05-2006
      ROUTES. Pratique contestée depuis 2003. La lecture de ce texte (1828 caract';res) est réservée ŕ nos abonnés en ligne.

S‘abonner ŕ l‘édition en ligne pour 16 CHF par mois. Permet de consulter tous les articles du jour, les éditions PDF et ePaper et de >>>



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