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      ‘EIGHT MORE‘ GUANTANAMO RELEASES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Last Updated: Thursday, 1 June 2006, 13:21 GMT 14:21 UK ‘Eight more‘ Guantanamo releases The men are due to be released ‘imminently‘ The Pakistani Interior Minister, Aftab Khan Sherpao, has said that the US has agreed to release eight more Pakistani nationals detained at Guantanamo Bay.

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      ‘ETHICS TRAINING‘ FOR US TROOPS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      At first the US military said Iraqi civilians died in crossfire The US military is to put all troops in Iraq through ethical training, in the wake of the alleged murder of civilians in Haditha, US press reports say.

General George W Casey is expected to order that "core values" training begin immedia >>>


      ‘GAS BLAST‘ HITS TURKEY BUILDING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      A large explosion has rocked the Turkish city of Istanbul, injuring at least 14 people, reports say.

The blast took place in the basement of a five–storey building in the district of Uskudar in eastern Istanbul.

There was no official confirmation of the cause, but sources said police suspected i >>>


      ‘REGRET‘ AT DARFUR DEAL FAILURE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Anger at Kenya‘s diluted rape law UN hears plea for HIV medication Niger smugglers riot over raids News Alerts E–mail services Mobiles/PDAs Headlines for your site BBC Copyright Notice Back to top Help Privacy and Cookies Policy News sources About the BBC Contact us
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      ANGER AT KENYA‘S DILUTED RAPE LAW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Health Minister Charity Ngilu walked out of parliament during the debate in April Kenyan women‘s rights activists have condemned parliament for watering down a new sex crimes law.

The bill was passed but key sections to outlaw marital rape and female genital mutilation were scrapped.

Campaigner >>>


      BAGHDAD MORTAR BARRAGE KILLS NINE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      At least nine people have been killed and some 40 wounded in a mortar bomb attack in southern Baghdad.

Several mortar bombs landed in the Doura neighbourhood of the Iraqi capital, police said.

The number of casualties are expected to rise, police sources were quoted by Reuters news agency as saying.>>>


      BUSH ‘TROUBLED‘ BY HADITHA REPORT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      The official US version differs widely from that of locals and the media US President George W Bush has said he is "troubled" by reports of an alleged massacre of Iraqi civilians by US marines last November.

Making his first public comments on the issue, Mr Bush said if anyone had broken the law they >>>


      BUSH SWEARS IN NEW CIA DIRECTOR
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      President Bush said Gen Hayden was a "patriot" US President George W Bush has formally sworn in General Michael Hayden as the new head of the CIA.

Mr Bush described Gen Hayden, 61, as a patriot, calling him "one of our nation‘s finest intelligence professionals".

The ceremony >>>


      COLOMBIA ‘FRIENDLY FIRE‘ ARRESTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Colombia‘s fight against drugs involves different security forces Colombian officials have arrested eight soldiers wanted in connection with last month‘s killing of 10 undercover police officers and a civilian in the south.

The authorities first said it was an accidental shooting, with the soldiers >>>


      COMA WOMAN MIX–UP PAINS US FAMILY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Whitney Cerak (left) was mistaken for Laura VanRyn (right) A US family has spent weeks caring for a comatose crash victim only to learn their daughter died in the crash and the survivor is someone else.

The family of Laura VanRyn realised a mistake had been made as the crash victim emerged from her coma.
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      CONSTITUTION KILLERS HAVE NO REGRETS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      French and Dutch constitution referendum campaign posters A year ago this week, 55% of French voters and 62% of Dutch voters cast the European Union into disarray by rejecting the draft constitution.

The BBC‘s Jonny Dymond in Paris and Radio Netherlands‘ Perro de Jong in Hilversum say voters in bot >>>


      COUPLE ARRESTED OVER GARDEN BOMB
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      By Christian Fraser BBC News, Rome The bomb was dropped during an RAF air raid A couple in Italy have been arrested for using a World War II bomb as a garden ornament.

The bomb, dropped by the RAF during a raid over Arezzo in northern Italy, still contained high explosive but had never gone off.

The c >>>


      DROUGHT WORSENS CHINA WATER WOES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      By Daniel Griffiths BBC News, Beijing Parts of China are suffering their worst drought in over 50 years. But in the cities, demand for water is increasing as China‘s economic boom continues.

Environmentalists warn current levels of water consumption may not be sustainable. It is not far from Beijing into >>>


      DUTCH ALARMED BY PAEDOPHILE GROUP
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      By Geraldine Coughlan BBC News, The Hague A political party with a paedophile agenda has been registered in The Netherlands, prompting outrage among many parts of society.

The party plans to push for a cut in the legal age for sexual relations to 12 from 16 and for legalisation of child pornography and sex wit >>>


      E TIMOR PRESIDENT PLEA FOR UNITY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Mr Gusmao urged all security forces to work together for peace East Timor President Xanana Gusmao has pleaded with the country‘s police and army to work together following widespread unrest in the country.

The dismissal in March of 600 army troops sparked off violence after they launched a rebellion.
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      EGYPT STREET MOTHERS FIND REFUGE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      By Alasdair Soussi Cairo For girls like Hadir there are few helping hands in Cairo Cradling her baby, Ahmed, in her arms, Hadir looks at ease with the world.

But her joy masks a very different kind of reality. Only a few months ago, 16–year–old Hadir, on the run from problems with her family, was p >>>


      EUROPE DIARY: BELGIAN HEALTH
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
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      EUROPEANS HAIL US OFFER TO IRAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
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      FINLAND‘S TRAILBLAZING PATH FOR WOMEN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      By Laura Smith–Spark BBC News Finland‘s President Tarja Halonen has been elected for a second term One hundred years ago, Finnish women became the first in the world to have unrestricted rights both to vote and to stand for parliament.

In elections the next year, 1' female MPs were elected and >>>


      FRENCH FILM SATIRISES CHIRAC
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      By Caroline Wyatt BBC News, Paris A new film has opened in France making fun of President Jacques Chirac

– a mocking documentary called Dans la Peau de Jacques Chirac (Being Jacques Chirac).

The film portrays Chirac as a president who wasted opportunities These are difficult days for the French >>>


      GERMAN CONVICTED OVER BABY DEATHS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Sabine Hilschenz said she was too drunk to remember the births A German woman has been found guilty of the manslaughter of eight of her newborn babies. A ninth baby also died, but too long ago to allow prosecution.

Sabine Hilschenz, 40, was sentenced to 15 years in prison, the maximum jail term the Frankfurt c >>>


      GERMANY SET FOR DR CONGO MISSION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      The German troops will be part of a larger EU contingent The German parliament has given the go–ahead for up to 780 soldiers to be sent to the Democratic Republic of Congo ahead of elections in July.

The troops will be part of a 2,000–strong European Union peacekeeping mission. The government, whic >>>


      IRAN CAUTIOUS OVER US TALKS OFFER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
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      JAILED NOUR‘S CAIRO OFFICE BURNED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      The fire caused extensive smoke damage to the building A fire has caused serious damage to the headquarters of imprisoned Egyptian opposition leader Ayman Nour.

No–one was injured in the blaze in his offices in the capital, Cairo. The police have said an electrical fault may have been the cause but Mr No >>>


      JAPAN FERTILITY HITS RECORD LOW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      One lingerie company has highlighted the birth rate decline Japan‘s fertility rate has sunk to a record low, the health ministry said.

The rate, which measures the number of children an average woman is expected to give birth to over her lifetime, was 1.25 in 2005, down from 1.2' in 2004.

Th >>>


      JAVA QUAKE DEATH TOLL INCREASES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Medical help is getting through but hospitals are still struggling The number of people killed in the earthquake which hit the island of Java on Saturday has increased to more than 6,200, Indonesian authorities say.

At least 30,000 people have been injured and more than 105,000 homes destroyed or damaged, leav >>>


      KENYA SUSPENDS PUBLIC SMOKING BAN
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      There was confusion about where people could smoke Kenya‘s High Court has suspended a controversial ban on smoking in public places which began on Monday.

It ordered the suspension for 30 days after tobacco companies challenged the health minister‘s authority to impose the restriction.

Bri >>>


      KENYAN CLASHES LEAVE HAWKERS DEAD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      The hawkers set alight power transformers At least four people, including a Kenyan policeman, have died in clashes between police and street hawkers in the capital, Nairobi.

The trouble started when police tried to arrest illegal street traders in the River Road area.

The BBC‘s Anne Mawathe says >>>


      LAST DIPLOMATIC THROW OF DICE?
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      By Paul Reynolds World affairs correspondent, BBC News website The American offer to join direct talks with Iran represents a major shift of US policy but does not in itself clear the way for a solution.

The nuclear programme has become a rallying point for Iranians Two scenarios are opening up. There is a ben >>>


      MIXED PRESS FOR US–IRAN OFFER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Iranian papers urge Tehran to show caution in any negotiations with the US over the nuclear issue, with one daily warning against being "trapped by Western tactics".

Another editorial argues that Washington‘s proposal "comes at a price even if it is free of charge" and that Iranian of >>>


      N KOREA HINTS AT US ENVOY‘S VISIT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      North Korea was meant to freeze its nuclear programme under a 1''4 deal North Korea has conditionally invited the US‘ chief negotiator on its nuclear weapons programme to visit Pyongyang.

The North said Christopher Hill was welcome to visit, so long as the US was prepared to "implement truth >>>


      N KOREA REACTOR PROJECT ABANDONED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      The project envisaged UN inspections of North Korea‘s sites An international consortium set up to build nuclear power plants for North Korea has abandoned the project.

The Kedo group said it decided to act because of Pyongyang‘s "continued failure" to co–operate with efforts to give >>>


      NEW CHILE STUDENT CLASHES ERUPT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Most of the protesters are secondary school students Chilean riot police have used water cannon and tear gas to disperse student protests in the capital Santiago for a second consecutive day.

Demonstrators are demanding educational reforms including a new curriculum, free bus fares and no exam fees.

T >>>


      NEW IRAQ PM IN HIGH–RISK STRATEGY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      By Ian Pannell BBC Middle East correspondent Nouri Maliki said security was his first, second and third priority The state of emergency in Basra is the new Prime Minister Nouri Maliki‘s attempt to bring some order back to southern Iraq.

For months after the invasion of Iraq, the region was held up as a r >>>


      NEW ORLEANS ‘SINKING EVEN FASTER‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      The city‘s flood protection is now being upgraded Parts of New Orleans had been sinking much faster than previously thought before Hurricane Katrina hit last August, new research suggests.

Subsidence may explain why some levees were easily breached by floodwaters, the study in the Nature journal says.
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      POLAND TO EXTRADITE MP3 SUSPECT
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Joe Van Holsbeeck was stabbed five times in the chest A Polish court has ruled a youth can be extradited to Belgium to be tried over the killing of a teenager who refused to give thieves his MP3 player.

But the court in Warsaw said the 17–year–old must serve his sentence in Poland if found guilty.< >>>


      POWERS MULL IRAN NUCLEAR CRISIS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Iran may be offered help with its civilian nuclear programme Six major world powers are meeting to discuss Iran‘s nuclear programme

– a day after a surprise US offer to join talks with Tehran. The US, UK, France, Germany, Russia and China are working on incentives to induce Iran to rein in the prog >>>


      S KOREA PARTY BOSS QUITS FOR POLL
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Mr Chung said he "failed to keep his promise" The chairman of South Korea‘s ruling Uri party has quit following its heavy defeat in local and regional elections.

Chung Dong–young said he was taking all responsibility for the results, which saw Uri win just one of 16 key regional posts at >>>


      SECURITY MEN DEMONSTRATE IN GAZA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Palestinian policemen have not been paid for three months Hundreds of Palestinian security men threw stones at the Gaza parliament building, breaking windows, in a protest about unpaid salaries.

They demanded the government pay wages for the first time since February. Some demonstrators fired in to the air and >>>


      SPAIN HALTS SENEGAL DEPORTATIONS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      More than 700 illegal migrants reached the Canaries on Monday The operation to repatriate hundreds of Senegalese illegal migrants back home from the Spanish Canary Islands has been suspended.

Senegal will not co–operate further with Spain as the first group to return complained of mistreatment by the Spa >>>


      SPANISH '/11 CONVICTION QUASHED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Yarkas allegedly became an al–Qaeda cell boss in 1''5 The Spanish Supreme Court has quashed an al–Qaeda suspect‘s conviction for helping plan the 11 September attacks.

The court overturned a 15–year jail term given to Syrian–born Imad Yarkas, but upheld a 12–year sen >>>


      TAIWAN LEADER SURRENDERS POWERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Mr Chen‘s personal popularity is at an all–time low Taiwan‘s President Chen Shui–bian has ceded some of his powers amid a growing political crisis caused by a corruption scandal implicating a family member.

He said he was handing control of the cabinet to the prime minister and would ta >>>


      THREE ‘MILITANTS‘ KILLED IN INDIA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      The RSS has millions of members across India Police in India say they have killed three suspected militants who were planning an attack on the headquarters of a Hindu right–wing organisation.

Officials said the militants were targeting the headquarters of the Rashtriya Shyamsevak Sangh (RSS) in western N >>>


      TURKEY CRACKS ‘PLOT‘ TO KILL PM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Police are said to have recovered a map of Mr Erdogan‘s usual route Anti–terror police in Turkey are reported to have foiled a plot to kill Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Turkish newspapers says nine people, including three soldiers, have been detained in the capital, Ankara.

Police >>>


      TURKISH AND GREEK SHIPS COLLIDE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      A Turkish sailor has been killed and five sailors are missing after two ships collided in the Aegean Sea near the island of Hydra.

Seven sailors were rescued from the water after a Turkish–operated cargo ship collided with a Greek tanker.

The cargo ship, the Panama–flagged Han, sank after >>>


      UN APPEALS FOR PALESTINIAN FUNDS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      By Caroline Hawley BBC News, Jerusalem Thousands are reliant on the UN for essential food supplies The United Nations has made an unprecedented appeal for funds to help alleviate the deepening humanitarian crisis in the Palestinian territories.

The UN is asking donors for $385m (Ł205m) – an increase >>>


      UN HEARS PLEA FOR HIV MEDICATION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      South Africa‘s government praised Khensani Mavasa‘s speech An HIV positive woman has asked world leaders to make medicines available to people with HIV and not to neglect the needs of women and children.

South African Khensani Mavasa made her plea to the UN general assembly – the first time t >>>


      UNIVERSITY BAN FOR KOREAN SMOKERS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      North Korea has campaigned for years against smoking Good exam grades will no longer be the main requirement for students hoping to get a university degree in North Korea.

The government has announced plans to ban students who smoke from higher education, unless they give up.

The communist country has >>>


      US FORCES KILL ‘PREGNANT‘ IRAQI
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      The car‘s driver said he saw no warnings to stop A pregnant Iraqi woman in labour and her cousin were shot dead by US forces as they rushed to hospital along a closed road, police and relatives say.

US forces said their car "entered a clearly marked prohibited area near coalition troops" in Sam >>>


      US SNIPER GETS LIFE FOR KILLINGS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
      Muhammad‘s accomplice (L) testified against him in the trial Washington sniper John Allen Muhammad has been given six life sentences without the chance of parole for a series of random killings in 2002.

A jury in the state of Maryland convicted him on Tuesday after a six–week trial.

Muhamm >>>


      WORLD CUP BRINGS RELIEF TO TROUBLED ANGOLA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 01-06-2006
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      ACCIDENT MORTEL Ŕ BISKRA
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Quatre morts et trois personnes gri';vement blessées, tel est le bilan provisoire dun télescopage survenu hier entre un bus de transport local de voyageurs et une voiture de marque Chevrolet venant en sens inverse. Ce terrible accident est survenu sur la RN3, précisément ŕ la sortie est >>>


      ATHLÉTISME
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Baya Rahouli blessée La triple sauteuse, Baya Rahouli, en stage au Brésil depuis le 1er mai, a écourté sa préparation qui devait sachever le 6 juin.

Rahouli, sérieusement blessée ŕ la cheville, est rentrée au pays dimanche dernier et ce apr';s avoir consult& >>>


      AZEFFOUN VEUT SÉDUIRE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      La veille de louverture de la saison estivale, lallée principale de la ville dAzeffoun connaît les derni';res retouches et les ouvriers saffairaient ŕ terminer le revętement de la chaussée.

De passage, on sent comme une volonté chez les responsables ŕ faire bonne figu >>>


      BERTILLON 166 EST SON CHEF–D&#8217;ŚUVRE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Actualisé le 31 mai 2006 ŕ 21:4' en bref A la Une Actualite Economie Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat Sports Epoque Derni';re Dossier société LÉvénement L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Inf >>>


      BLIDA
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Proc';s des Moulins du Tell en cours Vingt–sept milliards de préjudice ŕ lencontre de lentreprise Les Moulins du Tell, 65 personnes citées comme témoins ou comme prévenues, des responsables de dilapidation de deniers publics en liberté provisoire et dautres emprisonnés, >>>


      C&#8217;EST DE L&#8217;APARTHEID
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Internationale Des universitaires britanniques parlent dIsraël Cest de lapartheid Il y a tout de męme des personnes téméraires en Europe et męme aux Etats–unis oů lon ose parler dIsraël sans le moindre complexe. Il sest męme trouvé un pays, la Su';de, pour sop >>>


      CONSEIL DE GOUVERNEMENT
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Les consignes de Belkhadem Apporter les cohérences nécessaires aux actions sectorielles et veiller au suivi rigoureux de la réalisation du programme du président de la République, notamment en mati';re de respect des délais impartis ŕ la réalisation des projets déqui >>>


      CONSTANTINE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Festival de football pour jeunes Cest sous le th';me de " Pour lavenir du football " que débutera aujourdhui ŕ Constantine le premier festival de football pour jeunes dans lenceinte du stade Chahid Hamlaoui.

Cette manifestation, premi';re du genre dans la ville du vieux&ndas >>>


      CORRECTION DES ÉPREUVES DU BAC
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Les enseignants syndiqués " exclus " Le coordinateur du Conseil national autonome des professeurs de lenseignement secondaire et technique (Cnapest), Laârbi Nouar, a dénoncé, hier lors dun point de presse ŕ Alger, la poursuite du " harc';lement judiciaire et administratif >>>


      COUPE D&#8217;ALGÉRIE JEUNES
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Sports Coupe dAlgérie jeunes Plateau de choix ŕ Reghaďa Le stade Bouraâda ŕ Reghaďa abritera demain les finales minimes et juniors de la coupe dAlgérie, qui mettront aux prises, respectivement, le MC Alger ŕ la JS Kabylie (minimes) et OM Ruisseau–WA Tlemcen (juniors).
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      DANS LA LUCARNE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Les vrais héros savent de quoi sera fait leur lendemain Férue des grandes épopées historiques,la BBC a produit, avec la chaîne française France 2, un ambitieux documentaire ŕ Hannibal, le général carthaginois qui manqua de peu de détruire lempire romain. Réalis >>>


      DROITS DE L&#8217;HOMME
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Actualite Droits de lhomme Le FFS alerte lONU La haute commissaire des Nations unies aux droits de lhomme, Mme Louise Arbour, a été destinataire, la semaine derni';re, dun mémorandum élaboré par le Front des forces socialistes (FFS), dans lequel il lalerte sur la situation critique des >>>


      DÉG'4;TS ET DÉTRESSE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      La désertification est définie par la convention des nations unies pour la lutte contre la désertification comme étant " la dégradation des terres dans les zones arides, semi–arides et subhumides s';ches par suite de divers facteurs parmi lesquels les variations climatiques e >>>


      FOOTBALL FÉMININ
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Une finale ŕ suivre Le football féminin sera au rendez–vous aujourdhui ŕ loccasion du déroulement de la finale de la coupe dAlgérie qui va opposer deux équipes qui se sont illustrées ces derniers temps, ŕ savoir le FC Evasion de Béjaďa et léquipe dAlger&ndash >>>


      GARE AUX PRODUITS COSMÉTIQUES !
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Les allergies, leurs manifestations morbides et leurs traitements sont au centre de débats, depuis hier, et ce, jusquŕ vendredi, ŕ lhôtel El Aurassi, dans le cadre du 3e congr';s algéro–français dasthmologie, dallergologie et dimmunologie clinique, organisé conjointement >>>


      GOUVERNANCE FÉODALE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Déclinée pour la premi';re fois par Mitterrand ŕ ses " amis " les dictateurs dAfrique, réunis au Sommet de la francophonie de 1'84, lexpression " bonne gouvernance " a fait flor';s dans nos contrées, sans produire de la démocratie.

Elle a pe >>>


      HANDBALL
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Demi–finales alléchantes Aujourdhui, les adeptes du jeu ŕ sept seront conviés ŕ de belles affiches pour le compte des demi–finales de la coupe dAlgérie.

Chez les messieurs, la premi';re demi–finale aura pour théâtre la salle Naciria de Chlef, et ce, >>>


      JOURNÉE DE L&#8217;ENFANCE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Actualite Journée de lenfance Le travail des enfants en recul Cest ce qui ressort du dernier rapport global 2006 de lOrganisation internationale du travail (OIT) intitulé " La fin du travail des enfants : un objectif ŕ notre portée ".

Le rapport, dont une copie est parvenue ŕ >>>


      KARIMA MEURT SANS VOIR SES ENFANTS
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Karima Sennouci, cette jeune suppliciée, victime de violence conjugale, a rendu lâme apr';s trois mois dhorribles souffrances. Seule, loin des regards et dans la discrétion la plus totale, elle a été enterrée lundi dernier, dans sa ville natale ŕ Frenda.

Elle attendai >>>


      L&#8217;ENSEIGNEMENT DU FRAN'';AIS DÉCALÉ Ŕ LA 3E ANNÉE PRIMAIRE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Actualite Lenseignement du français décalé ŕ la 3e année primaire Benbouzid réforme la réforme A lexception du secteur du bâtiment, probablement jamais un chantier na connu autant de retard que celui de la réforme de lécole ou plus généralement du syst' >>>


      L&#8217;INITIATIVE DE CHAVEZ
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Actualisé le 31 mai 2006 ŕ 21:4' en bref A la Une Actualite Economie Régions Internationale Culture Idees–debat Sports Epoque Derni';re Dossier société LÉvénement L‘essentiel de la semaine toute l‘actualité Alger Info Oran Info Hippone Info Cirta Inf >>>


      LA CENTRALE SYNDICALE NE VEUT PAS D&#8217;UNE TRIPARTITE EN JUILLET
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Actualite La centrale syndicale ne veut pas dune tripartite en juillet LUGTA désavoue Harraoubia Léventualité de la tenue dune tripartite (gouvernement–UGTA–patronat) fin juin ou début juillet est dores et déjŕ rejetée par lUnion générale des travailleurs alg >>>


      LA GUERRE EN IRAK
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Nouveaux renforts américains Tout indique quil ny aura pas et avant longtemps, de retrait militaire américain dIrak, et que la réalité nest pas celle qui est décrite avec beaucoup doptimisme.

En effet, larmée américaine a déployé quelque 1500 soldats supplément >>>


      LE FRUIT D&#8217;UN PARCOURS
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Kader Arif est né le 3 juillet 1'5' ŕ Alger. Il est laîné dune famille de 4 enfants. Sa famille a immigré en France alors quil avait quatre ans.

Il est p';re de trois filles, des jumelles de 16 ans, Sarah et Mélissa et la benjamine, Jasmine, 12 ans. Il est titulair >>>


      LES COORDINATIONS DU CNES RÉPONDENT Ŕ LA TUTELLE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      La coordination régionale Ouest du CNES prend acte des déclarations du ministre, mais refuse tout dialogue ŕ travers les médias et demande louverture de négociations avec les représentants légitimes des enseignants. " Cest ce qui ressort de la déclaration rendue publique, hi >>>


      LES ÉCOLES PRIVÉES DOIVENT SE CONFORMER Ŕ LA LOI AVANT LE 5 JUILLET
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      La liste des écoles privées agréées par lEtat sera rendue publique ŕ la fin juin, a annoncé hier ŕ Alger le ministre de lEducation nationale, Boubekeur Benbouzid, insistant sur le respect de la loi qui, a–t–il dit, sera observée " de mani';re stricte &quo >>>


      LOTTO PREND EN CHARGE LE STAGE DE LA JSK
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Léquipementier Lotto prendra en charge le stage dintersaison de la JS Kabylie ŕ Créteil (France). Pour M. Matouk, représentant de cette firme en Algérie.

" A Créteil, la JSK utilisera les installations du club local et disputera deux matches amicaux face ŕ Créteil & >>>


      NAHD–JSK Ŕ BOUMERDČS (16H30)
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Un choc pour un bonus Le championnat national a baissé le rideau le week–end écoulé, place maintenant ŕ Dame Coupe qui déchaîne les passions et offre des sensations particuli';res pour les amateurs de football.

Aujourdhui aura lieu le dernier match des quarts de fina >>>


      ON VOUS LE DIT
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      – Lopération " Eboueurs de la mer " débutera aujourdhui Sonelgaz, en partenariat avec la Radio algérienne, organise pour la troisi';me année consécutive lopération environnementale Eboueurs de la mer. Celle–ci consiste ŕ aider les associations vertes " >>>


      PARTENARIAT ALGÉRO–FRAN'';AIS
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Alger et la région PACA parlent business Une conférence sur le partenariat économique entre la wilaya dAlger et la région française Provence Alpes–Côte dAzur (PACA) sest tenue, hier, au si';ge de la Chambre algérienne de commerce et dindustrie (CACI).

Cette renc >>>


      REPERES
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Nouvelle entorse ŕ la Constitution Lhistoire retiendra que le gouvernement de Abdelaziz Belkhadem aura battu tous les records en mati';re de célérité dans lentrée en fonction de lExécutif.

Reconduit avec la męme composante moins de 48 heures apr';s lévict >>>


      REPČRES
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Cest en Afrique que la désertification sévit le plus avec 73% de terres arides affectées, soit environ un milliard dhectares. De mani';re générale, ce sont les pays en voie de développement qui sont touchés, mais pas toujours.

Sil est vrai que 110 pays poss';d >>>


      RETRANSMISSION DE LA COUPE DU MONDE DE FOOTBALL
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      LENTV joue les prolongations " Nous voulons obtenir plus que les résumés des matchs. Nous sommes en train de négocier pour avoir plus ", nous a déclaré, hier au téléphone, Hafid Derradji, directeur de linformation ŕ lENTV, concernant léventualité dachat des dr >>>


      RÉVISION DE LA LOI FONDAMENTALE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Le MSP dit non ŕ la Constitution du FLN Le Mouvement de la société pour la paix (MSP) soppose dores et déjŕ ŕ la mouture sur la révision de la Constitution telle quelle a été élaborée par le FLN.

" Nous naccepterons pas une Constitution FLN, mais nous >>>


      SPÉCIAL FĘTE DES MČRES
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Apr';s une premi';re expérience réussie en novembre dernier, les gérants de la revue Dzeriet semblent prendre go$';t aux défilés de mode puisque la soirée de dimanche a été un véritable hymne ŕ lamour et ŕ la mode.

Faisant dans les & >>>


      SUR LES TRACES DE SON ENFANCE EN ALGÉRIE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Le voyage initiatique de Jean–Claude Brialy "Je suis un peu impressionné douvrir mon petit carnet secret. Ce film est une mani';re de vous dire ô combien jaime bien ce pays. Aussi, jai réalisé un ręve denfant, celui daller sur les traces du p';re Charles de Foucault.< >>>


      TRAIN CONTRE VOITURE Ŕ BOUIRA
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Le train de voyageurs assurant la liaison entre Constantine et Alger est entré en collision, hier, vers 13 h au lieudit Taourirt avec une voiture qui tentait de franchir la voie ferrée. Le bilan dressé par la Protection civile de Mcheddallah est particuli';rement lourd ; il fait état de deux >>>


      TRIBOU OU LE MAL DE VIVRE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Les habitants du quartier Tribou de Bab Ezzouar ont cette particularité de donner limpression de ressembler ŕ des menuisiers : quand ils vous parlent, ils crient. Mais ils finissent par se retracer en considérant quil ne faut pas voir en cette attitude un signe darrogance ou dorgueil de leur part.
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      TUNISIE, " TERRE DE SÉRÉNITÉ " ET DE TORTURE
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      La Fédération internationale des droits de lhomme (FIDH) et la Ligue tunisienne des droits de lhomme (LTDH) ont appelé, mardi, lUnion européenne (UE) " ŕ suspendre laccord qui la lie avec la Tunisie ".

La démarche vise ŕ protester contre les " violences et agre >>>


      VOLLEY–BALL
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Tournoi pour la Journée de lenfance Dans le cadre des festivités de la Journée mondiale de lenfance, la ligue de la wilaya dAlger de volley–ball organise, en collaboration avec la DJSL de la wilaya dAlger, lAPC dAlger–Centre et la ligue Sport pour tous de la wilaya dAlger, un grand tournoi no >>>


      VU Ŕ LA TÉLÉ
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      TPS nous dribble Cette fois, cest vraiment... foutu ! TPS semble avoir levé lancre pour toujours. Fini la récréation, et le visionnage gratis (ou presque) que le syst';me de piratage pouvait servir sur un plateau ŕ des millions de téléspectateurs dans le monde, parmi lesquels les A >>>


      ÉNERGIES RENOUVELABLES
      El Watan, 01-06-2006
      Ces ennemis jurés Le développement ne peut ętre durable que sil est fondé sur des connaissances scientifiques et techniques. Les derni';res avancées technologiques peuvent apporter des solutions ŕ la désertification : améliorer les syst';mes traditionnels de produ >>>


      CYPRIOT LEADER PAPADOPOULOS: I TRIED TO SPEAK WITH ERDOGAN 3 TIMES
      01-06-2006
      Greek Cypriot leader Tasos Papadopoulus, on a live television program last night, said that he had attempted to carry out talks with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan three different times, but had been unsuccessful in getting an answer from Ankara. Responding to reporters‘ questions, Papadopoulos said >>>


      END TO PKK UNILATERAL CEASEFIRE
      01-06-2006
      The outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) called an end to the unilateral ceasefire against Turkey on Thursday. The one–month long ceasefire had been extended until October 3, the date Turkey started accession talks into the EU. The rebels said in a statement that the ceasefire had come to an end, demanding that >>>


      WESTON: GREEK CYPRIOTS MUST CHANGE THEIR POLICY
      01-06-2006
      Former US special coordinator for Cyprus, Tom Weston, said on Thursday that the Greek Cypriot administration should modify its policy in order to make progress on the Cyprus issue. "The Greek Cypriots should understand that they should change their policy, accept the proposal of UN Secretary General, and clearly e >>>


      DIPLOMATS SEEKING TO OVERCOME PILOT’S DEATH
      Kathimerin, 01-06-2006
      STEFANOS RAPANIS/ANA Thousands of people on Crete joined in the funeral procession for Captain Costas Iliakis, the air force pilot killed on May 23. Locals, including schoolchildren holding Greek flags, lined the streets of Hania.

An air force pilot who was killed on May 23 in a collision with a Turkish jet ov >>>


      FAKE CARDIOLOGISTS CON RETIREES IN THESSALONIKI
      Kathimerin, 01-06-2006
      Con artists have often tried to pass themselves off as police officers, plumbers and electricians to talk their way into the homes of pensioners, but two men arrested in Thessaloniki yesterday added a new scam to the list by pretending they were cardiologists.

The suspects, aged 52 and 70, allegedly entered se >>>


      FALLING CRANE KILLS 2 WORKERS
      Kathimerin, 01-06-2006
      Two workers were killed and five others were injured in a workplace accident at the port of Elefsina, west of Athens, yesterday when part of a crane collapsed.

Bulgarian national Bladov Magavevev, aged 25, and Greek Vangelis Tsolakos, aged 50, were killed at about 11 a.m. at facilities owned by Titan Cement.>>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 01-06-2006
      AIR DISPLAY Red Arrows to hold 30–minute show today at Palaio Faliron Britain’s Red Arrows, an air force aerobatics team, return to Athens today and are scheduled to display their skills in the sky over Palaio Faliron at 5.30 p.m. in a 30–minute show. The 10 participating pilots will be headed by Dicky Pato >>>



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