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      ‘TROOPS DIE‘ IN WAZIRISTAN BOMB
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Four Pakistani soldiers and at least one attacker has been killed during a suicide attack near the North Waziristan region, officials say.

At least seven soldiers are said to have been wounded, the army says. Tens of thousands of Pakistani soldiers have been deployed in the area to flush out Taleban and al&nda >>>


      ABU GHRAIB DOG HANDLER CONVICTED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Cardona could face up to three–and–a–half–years in jail A US Army dog handler has been convicted of abusing prisoners with his dog at Iraq‘s Abu Ghraib jail.

Sgt Santos Cardona, 32, was found guilty on two of nine charges of abuse and dereliction of duty at the prison, near Baghda >>>


      ARMY ‘TO BLAME‘ FOR KATRINA FLOOD
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      More than 80% of the city was flooded when Katrina hit The US Army Corps of Engineers says it was responsible for the failure of New Orleans flood defences during Hurricane Katrina.

Levees and floodwalls failed because of engineering and design problems, the Corps said in a report.

More than 1,300 peo >>>


      AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES BABY BOOM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Australians had been urged to do their bit for the population Australia‘s government has claimed the credit for a baby boom, after a government campaign encouraged people to have more children.

The country had 261,400 births in 2005, the highest number since 1''2, the Australian Bureau of Statist >>>


      CANADA DELAYS CHINESE DEPORTATION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Vietnamese Indonesian More Last Updated: Thursday, 1 June 2006, 1':34 GMT 20:34 UK Canada delays Chinese deportation Lai Changxing say he fears torture if he returns to China A Canadian court has delayed the deportation of one of China‘s most wanted men until he has exhausted a fight with immigration authorit >>>


      CHINA CHILDREN OUTGROW OLD RULES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Improved living standards mean average heights are increasing Beijing officials have been forced to raise the maximum height requirement for children so they can continue to receive free public services.

The average height of children has risen, meaning many are being denied access to services they should be e >>>


      CZECHS VOTE IN CLOSE–RUN ELECTION
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      It is unlikely that either of the two main parties will get a majority Czech voters are going to the polls in what is expected to be the most closely contested parliamentary election in the country‘s recent history.

The ruling centre–left Social Democrats are facing a stiff challenge from the centr >>>


      DALAI LAMA AWARDS TINTIN AND TUTU
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      By Alix Kroeger BBC News, Brussels The Dalai Lama and Archbishop Tutu are old friends Comic strip adventure hero Tintin and Archbishop Desmond Tutu have been honoured by the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.

At a ceremony in Brussels, he presented a Tibetan butter lamp to the Herge Foundation re >>>


      DEAL OFFERED IN CHILE SCHOOLS ROW
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Protests began several weeks ago in schools in Santiago Chile‘s president has announced some concessions to improve conditions for secondary school students after three days of mass nationwide protests.

Michelle Bachelet proposed improving infrastructure at schools but would not scrap bus fares – a >>>


      E TIMOR‘S HORTA ‘TO END UNREST‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      People are selling looted goods to buy food, police say East Timor‘s Foreign Minister and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jose Ramos Horta is to take over as the troubled country‘s security chief.

The move follows President Xanana Gusmao‘s sacking of the discredited defence and interior ministers, >>>


      EU BANS ROMANIAN POULTRY OVER FLU
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      By Oana Lungescu BBC correspondent, Brussels Romania is struggling to contain bird flu outbreaks The EU has reimposed a ban on all live poultry and poultry products imported from Romania, because of the rapid spread of the H5N1 strain of bird flu.

The ban was originally imposed last October, but was later ease >>>


      FEMALE CIRCUMCISION ‘BIRTH RISK‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      More than three million girls suffer circumcision each year Female circumcision increases the risk of complications during childbirth and infant mortality, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned.

Women who have had the procedure are more likely to need Caesareans and the death rate among their babies i >>>


      FEW CLUES TO IRAN‘S NUCLEAR INTENTIONS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      By Jonathan Marcus Diplomatic correspondent, BBC News Comments from John Negroponte, the Bush administration‘s most senior intelligence official, that Iran might have a nuclear weapon within the next 10 years, underline that the US is eager to keep up the pressure.

John Negroponte said Iran could have a >>>


      FINAL RALLIES FOR PERU HOPEFULS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      By Hannah Hennessy BBC News, Lima Venezuela‘s Hugo Chavez has openly backed Mr Humala Campaigning has ended ahead of Sunday‘s presidential elections in Peru.

Former President Alan Garcia and his rival, former army officer Ollanta Humala, have held their final rallies.

The campaign has been >>>


      FIVE DIE AS SYRIA THWARTS ATTACK
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Four gunmen and a security guard have been killed in clashes between suspected militants and security forces in the Syrian capital, Damascus.

Officials said a "terrorist" attack on a building near the offices of Syrian state TV and radio had been halted.

Four militants were also arrested and >>>


      GUANTANAMO HUNGER STRIKE UP TO 8'
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      The number of hunger strikers has risen sharply Fourteen more inmates have joined a hunger strike at the Guantanamo Bay detention centre in Cuba, the US says.

A total of 8' detainees were now refusing food, military spokesman Navy Cmdr Robert Durand said. Six of the hunger strikers were being force–f >>>


      HARD LABOUR FOR ABU GHRAIB ABUSER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Cardona had faced three–and–a–half years in jail A US army dog handler convicted of using his dog to abuse an inmate at Iraq‘s Abu Ghraib prison will not go to jail, a military court has decided.

Sgt Santos Cardona, 32, was instead sentenced to '0 days‘ hard labour by the pane >>>


      HUNGRY AFRICANS‘ STARK AIDS DILEMMA
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
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      INTERPOL PUSH FOR UGANDA ARRESTS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Ugandans civilians live in fear of rebel attacks Interpol has issued wanted persons notices for five Ugandan war crimes suspects on behalf of the International Criminal Court (ICC).

The five include Joseph Kony, the leader of Uganda‘s feared rebel group, the Lord‘s Resistance Army (LRA).

T >>>


      IRAN ‘REJECTS WESTERN PRESSURE‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      The UN has agreed new plans to try to halt Iran‘s nuclear work Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said Tehran will not abandon its right to nuclear technology under Western pressure, local media say.

His statement comes a day after six world powers agreed proposals in Vienna to persuade Iran to ha >>>


      IRAN NUCLEAR BOMB ‘IN 10 YEARS‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      The UN has agreed new plans to halt Iran‘s nuclear programme Negroponte interview Iran is determined to have a nuclear weapon and could possess one within 10 years, according to the top US intelligence chief.

Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte told BBC Radio‘s Today programme Tehran >>>


      IRAQI PM ANGRY AT ‘US VIOLENCE‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Ishaqi footage Iraqi PM Nouri Maliki has criticised the US military for what he described as habitual attacks against civilians.

His comments came as his government launched an investigation into an alleged massacre by US marines of up to 24 Iraqi civilians in Haditha.

Mr Maliki told reporters violenc >>>


      IRAQI VIEWPOINT: FEAR OF US TROOPS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Insurgents in Iraq are killing scores of people every week: foreign troops, Iraqi security forces and ordinary civilians. But Iraqi civilians are also dying at the hands of US soldiers.

An Iraqi from Anbar province – who wishes to remain anonymous – describes life alongside American troop patrols.< >>>


      ISRAELI TROOPS IN HOSPITAL RAID
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Israeli troops have raided a hospital in the West Bank city of Nablus, and arrested an injured Palestinian militant said to be seriously ill.

Reports said the man had been shot in the stomach during clashes with Israeli forces in the area earlier this week.

The hospital director said the operation to >>>


      KENYA SMASHES US VISA SCAM RING
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      The US embassy in Nairobi was surrounded by armed police A visa fraud ring operating around the United States embassy in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, has been broken up, police say.

They said 77 people were arrested when Kenyan police and the US authorities carried out a joint sting operation.

Officia >>>


      KENYA TO PROVIDE FREE AIDS DRUGS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Little is being done for Kenya‘s Aids orphans Kenya‘s president has announced that fees will be removed for anti–retroviral drugs (ARVs), which combat the effects of Aids.

Correspondents say the fees are one reason why only 60,000 of the 200,000 eligible Kenyans are taking ARVs.

The >>>


      LEGACY OF THE ‘MIRACLE OF BERNE‘
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      By Paul Legg BBC News The tournament was the first to be broadcast live on TV in Europe For the Germans, knowing the impact of the World Cup goes far beyond football is a lesson they have understood since a rainy day in the Wankdorf Stadium in Berne, Switzerland, in the summer of 1'54.

An unheralded West G >>>


      MAOISTS HOLD MASSIVE NEPAL RALLY
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      People from all walks of life attended the rally At least 200,000 people have gathered in the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu, to take part in the first rally there by Maoist rebels for three years.

Streets have been hung with banners bearing communist slogans and posters of the Maoist leader, Prachanda.

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      MEDIA BOSS SENTENCED FOR GENOCIDE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Joseph Serugendo was arrested in Gabon last year A former Rwandan media director has been sentenced to six years in prison after admitting inciting violence during the 1''4 genocide.

Joseph Serugendo this week agreed a plea bargain at a UN court, under which charges of genocide were dropped.

S >>>


      NEW ‘IRAQ MASSACRE‘ TAPE EMERGES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      The pictures came from a hardline Sunni group The BBC has uncovered new video evidence that US forces may have been responsible for the deliberate killing of 11 innocent Iraqi civilians.

The video appears to challenge the US military‘s account of events that took place in the town of Ishaqi in March.
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      OILMEN KIDNAPPED FROM NIGERIA RIG
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      The Bulford Dolphin rig is about 20km off Nigeria‘s coast Eight foreign oil workers have been kidnapped from an offshore oil rig in Nigeria, the rig‘s owner says.

The Nigerian military says six Britons, a Canadian and a US national were seized by armed men in the Niger Delta. No–one has admit >>>


      PALESTINIAN VIEWS ON TRAVEL CURBS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      The UN says travel restrictions in the West Bank have increased dramatically in the last year, with the de facto division of the territory into three main sections and several enclaves. Click on the map to find out how four Palestinians living there have been affected.

OMAR MUSALLAM, 18, STUDENT, JENIN At the >>>


      RUMSFELD BACKS IRAQ MARINE PROBES
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Marines and other service personnel will be given ethical training The US defence secretary has expressed confidence in investigations by the Marine Corps into an alleged massacre of Iraqi civilians in Haditha.

Donald Rumsfeld defended US conduct and said answers would soon be found over accusations that marin >>>


      RUSSIA‘S CHIEF PROSECUTOR SACKED
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Reports say Mr Ustinov‘s dismissal surprised his colleagues The upper house of Russia‘s parliament has voted to dismiss the country‘s prosecutor–general, Vladimir Ustinov.

A spokesman for the chamber, the Federation Council, said he was removed from his post following a request from the >>>


      SOUTH AFRICANS ‘LOSE‘ 50,000 GUNS
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
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      TAIWAN‘S CHEN MAKES RADICAL MOVE
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      By Caroline Gluck In Taipei The announcement by Taiwan‘s President Chen Shui–bian, that he will give up some of his powers, is an attempt to try to quell mounting pressure on him to take responsibility for a series of corruption scandals surrounding his administration and family.

Premier Su Tseng&n >>>


      UN PLANS SIX–MONTH QUAKE RELIEF
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      The UN says more than half the aid should be spent on housing Indonesia‘s earthquake survivors will need a six–month relief operation costing more than $100m, UN officials have said.

Georg Peterson, from the WHO, said the challenge in the short term was to get people out of crowded hospitals to pre >>>


      US PROBES NEW IRAQ MASSACRE CLAIM
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      New footage The US army says it is investigating an incident in which 11 Iraqis may have been deliberately killed by US troops, after the emergence of video evidence.

The video aired on the BBC appears to challenge the US account of the events in the town of Ishaqi in March.

The US said at the time th >>>


      WEB AUCTION FOR ALL BLACK HANDBAG
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      The bag survived the fracas A handbag that reduced a strapping New Zealand All Black rugby hero to tears has gone on sale on the internet.

Chris Masoe burst out crying when former All Black captain Tana Umaga hit him with the handbag to break up a night–club brawl.

The handbag, along with a mobi >>>


      WEB USERS TO ‘PATROL‘ US BORDER
      радиовещательная корпорация "Би-Би-Си" (Великобритания, "BBC"), 02-06-2006
      Web users worldwide will be able to watch the Texas border A US state is to enlist web users in its fight against illegal immigration by offering live surveillance footage of the Mexican border on the internet.

The plan will allow web users worldwide to watch Texas‘ border with Mexico and phone the autho >>>


      ERTUGRUL OZKOK: WHAT LIES BEHIND THOSE HEADLINES
      02-06-2006
      In his column yesterday, Emin Colasan made some interesting categorizations. He wrote about how some newspaper headlines had greeted the start to the talks with the EU as a "victory," and and then went on to criticize them.

He also gave some examples of headlines which treated the event more "re >>>


      EU COMMISSIONER REHN: JOSCHKA FISCHER CALLS ME ‘MUSTAFA‘
      02-06-2006
      EU Commissioner for Expansion, Olli Rehn, has spread good will through Ankara during meetings at the Turkish Parliament this week. Drinking a cup of strong Turkish coffee at the Foreign Affairs commission, Rehn was quoted as saying: "Everyone thinks I am very Turkish. Joschka Fischer (the German Foreign Minister) >>>


      GEORGIA AND TURKEY SIGN MEMORANDUM ON EXPLORATION OF NATURAL GAS
      02-06-2006
      Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Noghaideli, Saknavtobi‘s president Vano Nakaidze and Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Hilmi Guler, TPAO‘s Director General Osman Saim Dinc have signed a memorandum of understanding on bilateral technical assistance and cooperation. Addressing the signing ceremony, >>>


      ORHAN PAMUK: EVEN RADICALS IN TURKEY WILL EMBRACE THE IDEA OF EUROPE
      02-06-2006
      Turkish author and Nobel Literature prize candidate Orhan Pamuk spoke with the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung about the recent start–up of EU accession talks with Turkey in Luxembourg. Analyzing the events of the past year, Pamuk said he thought that Turkey would fully embrace the idea of Europe in order no >>>


      POLICE DETAIN PKK RECRUITER
      02-06-2006
      A suspected recruiter (U.Y) for the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) has been detained by Izmir‘s anti–terrorism police squad. The man arrested is believed to have been recruiting new members for the PKK and sending them to northern Iraq for special training. Police launched an operation after receivi >>>


      SCHROEDER EXPECTED AT THE RAMAZAN IFTAR TABLE NEXT WEDNESDAY IN ISTANBUL
      02-06-2006
      Results from the meeting of civilizations which occured on October 3 in Luxembourg have already started to roll in. German Prime Minister Gerhard Schroeder has announced plans to visit Istanbul for the day on October 12, meeting and sharing an "iftar" meal with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The >>>


      A FORMATION OF JETS...
      Kathimerin, 02-06-2006
      DIMITRIS MESSINIS/AP A formation of jets from Great Britain’s Red Arrows passes by a Greek flag during a demonstration flight at Palaio Faliron in southern Athens yesterday.

The pilots conducted daring midair stunts while drivers slowed to watch them, backing up traffic along the roads near the capital’s seasi >>>


      BOY KIDNAPPED FOR LOTTERY CASH
      Kathimerin, 02-06-2006
      The teenage son of a couple from Loutsa, east of Athens, that had won 280,000 euros in the Joker lottery escaped from his kidnappers yesterday hours after the two men abducted him and demanded the winnings from his parents.

Police found the 15–year–old wandering close to Athens International Airpor >>>


      DEADLY COLLISION IN AEGEAN
      Kathimerin, 02-06-2006
      Turkish sailor killed, five missing, after vessel hits Greek tanker off Hydra A Turkish–operated cargo ship collided with a Greek tanker and sank off the island of Hydra yesterday, leading to the death of a Turkish sailor and the disappearance of another five Turkish seamen just 10 days after a crash between Gree >>>


      GRIDLOCK CAUSES EXAM DELAY AROUND GREECE
      Kathimerin, 02-06-2006
      A car accident in Thessaloniki resulted in university entrance exams being pushed back by an hour around the country yesterday in order to give students caught in the traffic jams enough time to get to their examination center.

According to Education Ministry officials, 12 students were unable to get to their >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 02-06-2006
      HOSPITAL DISRUPTION Staff to step up industrial action by calling strike and stoppages The union of state hospital staff said yesterday that it would be intensifying its industrial action by calling a 24–hour strike for June 13 and work stoppages for June 14, 15, 16, 20 and 22. The action will be accompanied by m >>>


      MIGRANT TRAFFICKERS CHARGED
      Kathimerin, 02-06-2006
      Three people were charged in Athens yesterday with involvement in a gang that smuggled hundreds of illegal immigrants into Greece after officers tailed the suspects and saw them escorting migrants from Piraeus onto the electric railway, police said.

The officers followed two suspects on Wednesday morning and a >>>


      NO COMPROMISE OVER EDUCATION
      Kathimerin, 02-06-2006
      Despite violent clashes between protesting students and riot police in central Athens yesterday, the government insisted that it would not go back on its planned education reforms which include the introduction of private universities.

Police in Athens blamed student organizers for not marshaling their rally p >>>


      PARKING BLITZ HELPS BUSES PICK UP SPEED
      Kathimerin, 02-06-2006
      About 600 municipal police in Athens will monitor roads used by public buses and trolleys as of today in a bid to free the streets of illegally parked cars that slow down and often bring to a halt parts of the city‘s transport network.

Following an agreement made by the City of Athens Council and the Ath >>>


      SEBASTIAN LOEB...
      Kathimerin, 02-06-2006
      YIORGOS KARAHALIS/REUTERS Sebastian Loeb of France is airborne as he drives his Citroen Xsara during the first super special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece inside the Olympic Stadium in Athens yesterday. More than 40,000 spectators were present at the stadium, where Loeb recorded the fasted time, followed by Ma >>>


      "PERÚ GARANTIZAR'3; A REPSOL MUCHA M'3;S SEGURIDAD DE LA QUE HA TENIDO EN BOLIVIA"
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LA SOMBRA DE CH'3;VEZ "No nos vamos a doblegar ante el dinero negro de Hugo Chávez" CONTRA OLLANTA HUMALA "No soy el mal menor; yo soy nacionalista de verdad, no de bla, bla, bla" JOAQUIM IBARZ – 02/06/2006 Lima. Enviado especial Con Chávez o con Perú", fue el lema c >>>


      AL MENOS SEIS MUERTOS Y 56 HERIDOS EN UNA SERIE DE ATENTADOS CON BOMBA EN BAGDAD
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LVD – 02/06/2006 – 07.31 horas Bagdad. (EFE). Al menos seis personas murieron y otras 56 resultaron heridas hoy en una serie de atentados con artefactos explosivos en diferentes zonas de la capital iraquí, informaron fuentes de seguridad locales.

Las fuentes indicaron que cuatro civiles perdie >>>


      ALEMANIA ELEVA SU PERFIL EXTERIOR AL ENVIAR 800 SOLDADOS A CONGO
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Alemania eleva su perfil exterior al enviar 800 soldados a Congo Berlín comandará la misión de la UE en los comicios congoleńos El ejército alemán, que tiene a miles de soldados en los Balcanes y en Afganistán, se prepara para desplegarse en Congo. El envío de tropas al convulso >>>


      BUSH PRESIONA AL CONGRESO PARA QUE SEA GENEROSO CON LOS INMIGRANTES SIN PAPELES
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      El presidente califica de "no realista" la propuesta de deportar a los indocumentados El presidente Bush trata de hacer valer toda su autoridad política para convencer al Congreso, sobre todo a un sector de sus correligionarios republicanos, dequeEE. UU. necesita integrar a la mayoría de los inmigra >>>


      CINCO MUERTOS AL DESMANTELAR LAS FUERZAS SIRIAS UNA CÉLULA TERRORISTA EN DAMASCO
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LVD – 02/06/2006 – 0'.3' horas Actualizada: 02/06/2006 10.14 horas Damasco. (EFE).– Al menos cinco personas, entre ellos un policía, murieron hoy en un enfrentamiento armado entre las fuerzas de seguridad y un grupo de presuntos terroristas en el centro de Damasco, informaron fuentes ofic >>>


      CUATRO SOLDADOS PAQUISTANÍES MUEREN CERCA DE AFGANIST'3;N EN UN ATAQUE SUICIDA
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LVD – 02/06/2006 – 10.25 horas Islamabad. (EFE).– Cuatro soldados paquistaníes resultaron muertos hoy a causa de un atentado suicida registrado en la provincia Norte de Waziristan (oeste de Pakistán), cerca de la frontera con Afganistán, informaron fuentes militares.

Otros ocho >>>


      DECLARADO INCONSTITUCIONAL OBLIGAR A LOS ESTUDIANTES DE EE.UU. A JURAR BANDERA
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      La Unión de Libertades Civiles aplaude la decisión de un juez federal de Florida LVD – 02/06/2006 – 1'.32 horas Miami (EE.UU.). (EFE).– La Unión de Libertades Civiles de EEUU (ACLU) aplaudió la decisión de un juez federal en el Estado de Florida de declarar inconstituciona >>>


      EL MAL FARIO DE SUSILO
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      "Siempre hay algún desastre en marcha", dice la ironía popular a juego con las siglas del presidente XAVIER VENTURA – 02/06/2006 Barcelona Para un pueblo habituado a afrontar la dureza, las penas no se alargan excesivamente. Indonesia recupera los últimos cadáveres del terremoto del >>>


      EL SECRETO DE F'3;TIMA INTUYÓ EL HOLOCAUSTO
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Las profecías ya sabidas evocan las dos guerras mundiales y el atentado contra Juan Pablo II MARÍA–PAZ LÓPEZ – 02/06/2006 Roma. Corresponsal El secreto de Fátima, conjunto de profecías que, según la Iglesia católica, reveló la Virgen María a tres pequeńos pa >>>


      FELIPE GONZ'3;LEZ, A LA GREŃA CON MIGUEL '3;NGEL MORATINOS Y EL EMBAJADOR DE ISRAEL
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      XAVIER BATALLA – 02/06/2006 SEVILLA .– Felipe González y Miguel '3;ngel Moratinos discreparon ayer en Sevilla sobre el conflicto palestino–israelí en presencia del embajador de Israel, Víctor Harel, que reaccionó con dureza ante las declaraciones del ex presidente de gobiern >>>


      LA BBC PUBLICA UN NUEVO VÍDEO QUE DENUNCIA LA PRESUNTA MATANZA DE ONCE CIVILES EN IRAQ POR SOLDADOS DE EE.UU.
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Las imágenes fueron grabadas por miembros de un grupo radical suní y los expertos de la cadena han confirmado su autenticidad LVD – 02/06/2006 – 07.26 horas Londres. (EUROPA PRESS). La cadena británica BBC publica hoy viernes un nuevo vídeo que podría relacionar a un grupo de soldad >>>


      LA POLICÍA TURCA DESBARATA UN COMPLOT MILITAR PARA ASESINAR A ERDOGAN
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      RICARDO GINÉS – 02/06/2006 Servicio especial ESTAMBUL – La policía turca ha desbaratado una confabulación de oficiales del ejército destinada a acabar con la vida del primer ministro turco, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Según afirmaron ayer tres rotativos turcos (Sabah, Milliyet y Hürr >>>


      LAS GRANDES POTENCIAS DESCARTAN EL USO DE LA FUERZA MILITAR CONTRA IR'3;N
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Se espera una repuesta de Teherán sobre el conflicto nuclear en las próximas semanas LVD – 02/06/2006 – 15.48 horas Moscú. (EFE).– Las grandes potencias pactaron en su reunión de Viena que «en ningún caso» recurrirán al uso de la fuerza militar contra Teher >>>


      LAS POTENCIAS SE UNEN CONTRA IR'3;N
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Las potencias se unen contra Irán EE. UU. y UE acuerdan con Pekín y Moscú una respuesta al desafío nuclear Las potencias occidentales alcanzaron anoche un acuerdo conPekínyMoscúpararesponder unidos, através delConsejo de Seguridad de la ONU llegado el caso, al reto nuclear de Irá >>>


      LOS ESTUDIANTES CHILENOS SE PONEN EN PIE DE GUERRA ANTE EL GOBIERNO DE BACHELET
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      La protesta denuncia las carencias del sistema educativo y la desigualdad social La nueva presidenta de Chile, Michelle Bachelet, debe afrontar una multitudinaria protestadeestudiantesdeenseńanza media, que denuncian lasdeficienciasdelsistemaeducativoyponenderelie velasgraves desigualdades sociales.

ALFRE >>>


      MITIN MULTITUDINARIO DE LOS MAOÍSTAS EN KATMANDÚ
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Cientos de miles de personas se concentran en la capital nepalí a escasos metros del Palacio Real tras la revuelta popular de abril LVD – 02/06/2006 – 16.11 horas Katmandú. (EFE).– Los rebeldes maoístas de Nepal celebraron hoy un gran mitin en el centro de Katmandú, el primero en v >>>


      MUEREN DOS MIEMBROS DE LA SEGURIDAD EGIPCIA POR DISPAROS DEL EJÉRCITO HEBREO TRAS INFILTRARSE EN ISRAEL
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LVD – 02/06/2006 – 12.06 horas Jerusalén. (EP/AP). Dos hombres armados murieron hoy por disparos de los soldados israelíes después de infiltrarse en Israel desde Egipto, según informó hoy el Ejército. Por su parte, la Policía egipcia aseguró que los dos muertos eran m >>>


      PRODI ANUNCIA UNA REUNIÓN MINISTERIAL CON EL REINO UNIDO PARA PREPARAR LA RETIRADA ITALIANA DE IRAQ
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LVD – 02/06/2006 – 16.08 horas Actualizada: 02/06/2006 16.25 horas Roma. (EFE).– El primer ministro, Romano Prodi, ha anunciado que los ministros de Defensa de Italia y Gran Bretańa se reunirán próximamente para examinar la forma en que se retirarán las tropas italianas del paí >>>


      ROYAL Y SARKOZY
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 02/06/2006 Ségol';ne Royal ha sorprendido en Francia por haber pedido más mano dura contra la delincuencia juvenil de los barrios más degradados de la periferia de las grandes ciudades, especialmente París. Con este posicionamiento, la dirigente socialista más valo >>>


      SECUESTRAN A OCHO TRABAJADORES EXTRANJEROS EN UNA PLATAFORMA PETROLÍFERA EN NIGERIA
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Nigeria es el octavo exportador de crudo mundial LVD – 02/06/2006 – 13.40 horas Oslo. (EFECOM).– Varias personas asaltaron hoy una plataforma petrolífera de la compańía noruega Fred Olsen, en Nigeria y secuestraron a 16 trabajadores, informó la compańía Fred Olsen en un c >>>


      SÉGOLČNE ROYAL RIVALIZA CON SARKOZY AL DEFENDER UNA POLÍTICA DE MANO DURA CONTRA LA DELINCUENCIA
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Ségol';ne Royal rivaliza con Sarkozy al defender una política de mano dura contra la delincuencia La presidenciable socialista propone someter a la disciplina del ejército a los delincuentes juveniles Lacuestióndelaseguridady la delincuencia está llamada a erigirse – como sucedi&# >>>


      UN HERIDO Y UN DETENIDO EN UNA OPERACIÓN ANTITERRORISTA EN LONDRES
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LVD – 02/06/2006 – 0'.51 horas Actualizada: 02/06/2006 10.18 horas Londres. (EFE). Un hombre resultó herido hoy y otro ha sido detenido en una redada antiterrorista en un domicilio del barrio londinense de Forest Gate (este), informó la Policía. El herido, al que la policía le dispar >>>


      WASHINGTON DA UNOS DÍAS A TEHER'3;N PARA QUE "RECAPACITE" Y MOSCÚ PIDE EVITAR AMENAZAS
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LA VANGUARDIA – 02/06/2006 hay en absoluto unidad" en Teherán. "Esperamos que (los iraníes) se tomen su tiempo y consideren cuidadosamente nuestra oferta en los próximos días", dijo la portavoz de la Casa Blanca Dana Perino tras la declaración de Mottaki.

El ofreci >>>


      ZARQAUI ATACA FEROZMENTE A LOS CHIÍES E INSTA A LOS SUNÍES A RECHAZAR CUALQUIER RECONCILIACIÓN
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Les acusa de la desrucción de la cúpula del santuario de Samarra, origen de una ola de violencia LVD – 02/06/2006 – 13.42 horas El Cairo. (EFE).– Una cinta de audio difundida hoy y atribuida al líder de la organización terrorista Al Qaeda en Iraq, Abu Musab al Zarqaui, insta a los >>>


      BATASUNA CONSIDERA "UN CAMBIO PROFUNDO" LA DECISIÓN DE MARLASKA DE DEJAR EN LIBERTAD A SUS LÍDERES
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Karmelo Landa cree que "se empieza a superar" la "trivialización y falsificación de la realidad" LVD – 02/06/2006 – 11.01 horas Bilbao. (EUROPA PRESS). El dirigente de Batasuna Karmelo Landa seńaló hoy que la decisión del juez de la Audiencia Nacional Fernando Gr >>>


      DETENIDO UN MENOR QUE PARTICIPABA EN UNA MANIFESTACIÓN DE SEGI EN SAN SEBASTI'3;N
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      LVD – 02/06/2006 – 14.24 horas San Sebastián. (EFE).– Un joven menor de edad, que participaba hoy en San Sebastián en una manifestación de Segi cuya celebración fue impedida por la Ertzaintza, fue detenido por la policía autonómica vasca, informó el departamento vasc >>>


      EL JUEZ MARLASKA MANTIENE EN LIBERTAD A LOS OCHO MIEMBROS DE LA CÚPULA DE BATASUNA
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      4 min Desgloses Un delito dudoso, según los jueces El juez Marlaska mantiene en libertad a los ocho miembros de la cúpula de Batasuna Tan sólo Joseba Permach deberá presentarse diariamente en el juzgado o a la policía El juez de la Audiencia Nacional, Fernando Grande–Marlaska, dejóan >>>


      EL PP LLEVA AL CONGRESO UNA RESOLUCIÓN EN LA QUE MARCA SUS LÍMITES PARA EL FIN DEL TERRORISMO
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      JAUME V. AROCA – 02/06/2006 MADRID – Finalmente sí habrá una resolución sobre el terrorismo entre las que se votarán en el pleno del próximo martes, fruto del debate del estado de la nación. El Partido Popular llevó al registro de la Cámara una iniciativa en la que ex >>>


      EL PP MEDIO ROMPE LA BARAJA VASCA Y LA AUDIENCIA DEJA EN LIBERTAD A OTEGI
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Rajoy, irritado por la apertura socialista a los abertzales, se coloca en ruta de colisión Zapatero atempera y el PSOE atribuye la ira del PP a su fiasco en el debate parlamentario El juez Grande–Marlaska mantiene intactas las fianzas de los líderes de Batasuna EL REY BUSCA EL APACIGUAMIENTO Don Juan Ca >>>


      EL TS REBAJA A 12 AŃOS LA CONDENA AL PRINCIPAL ACUSADO POR EL 11–S
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      Abu Dadah no conspiró en la masacre de EE. UU., dice el Supremo El Supremo ha seguido el criterio del fiscal en su sentencia sobre los implicados en la preparación y ejecución de los atentados del11–S, enEstadosUnidos, yhaabsueltoal principalimplicado, AbuDadah, deldelitodeconspiraciónparacome >>>


      EMPIEZA LA CAMPAŃA M'3;S INSÓLITA
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      La efervescencia política en Espańa y el proceso de paz quitan protagonismo al Estatut Maragall y Mas se enzarzan en el Parlament pocas horas antes de pedir el sí por separado Rajoy anuncia que ya ha encargado la redacción del recurso de inconstitucionalidad Tras tres ańos haciendo correr r >>>


      LA POLICÍA FRANCESA DETIENE A DOS PRESUNTOS ETARRAS EN UN CONTROL ORDINARIO EN BURDEOS
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      En el momento del arresto, uno de los detenidos, que llevaba una pistola, se identificó como miembro de ETA LA VANGUARDIA – 02/06/2006 BILBAO .(Redacción.) – Agentes de la policía francesa detuvieron ayer en la ciudad de Burdeos a un hombre y una mujer, presuntos miembros de la organizaci >>>


      LOS IMPUTADOS POR EL CASO TERRA MÍTICA SE NIEGAN ANTE EL JUEZ A DECLARAR
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      SALVADOR ENGUIX – 02/06/2006 VALENCIA – Ninguno de los quince empresarios imputados por el caso Terra Mítica que ayer comparecieron ante el juez que investiga un fraude a la Hacienda Pública de 4,4 millones de euros quiso declarar. Algunos, como Justo Valverde, ex cuńado del portavoz del PP, >>>


      MARAGALL SE DECLARA HARTO DE LOS ATAQUES DE MAS Y LE EXIGE RESPETO INSTITUCIONAL
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      JOSEP GISBERT – 02/06/2006 BARCELONA – Pasqual Maragall se declaró ayer harto de los ataques que le dirige Artur Mas, quien, a su juicio, se dedica a deslegitimar sistemáticamente al Govern, y le exigió que a partir de ahora fuese más respetuoso. Ambos protagonizaron un intenso rifirrafe >>>


      RAJOY RETIRA SU APOYO AL GOBIERNO Y VUELVE A MARZO
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      CARMEN DEL RIEGO – 02/06/2006 Madrid En estas condiciones no puedo dar mi apoyo al Gobierno". Estas palabras las pronunció Mariano Rajoy antes de que José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero matizara sus declaraciones sobre la compaginación de la vía política y del fin de la violencia. Pero >>>


      ZAPATERO MATIZA, PIDE CALMA AL PP Y ECHA UN CABLE A OTEGI
      La Vanguardia, 02-06-2006
      PSE–BATASUNA "La reunión es para pedirle que acate las reglas de juego, si el PSE lo logra será importante" ALTURA DE MIRAS "Pido a los partidos generosidad y mirada larga; el Gobierno tiene su espacio de acción" APOYO AL GOBIERNO "Si se reúnen con Batasuna, quedo libe >>>


      A HONGKONG, BANK OF CHINA SE VEND AU MONDE ENTIER
      Le Temps, 02-06-2006
      ENTREE EN BOURSE. La deuxi';me plus grande banque de Chine a levé au moins ',7 milliards de dollars américains. L‘IPO a été «sursouscrite» 76 fois par les particuliers de Hongkong.

Brice Pedroletti, Le Monde Vendredi 2 juin 2006 Cet article n‘est pas disp >>>


      ALI LARIDJANI: «CRÉEZ LA CONFIANCE. NE FUYEZ PAS LA NÉGOCIATION!»
      Le Temps, 02-06-2006
      Le chef du Conseil supręme de la sécurité nationale iranienne, chargé du dossier nucléaire, affirme ŕ Bernard Guetta qu‘il n‘y a pas eu jusqu‘ŕ maintenant de vraie discussion.

La lecture de ce texte ('2'6 caract';res) est réservée & >>>


      ANALYSE. LE PAPE Ŕ AUSCHWITZ: UNE POLÉMIQUE STÉRILE
      Le Temps, 02-06-2006
      RELIGION. Benoît XVI a–t–il voulu exempter le peuple allemand de sa responsabilité? Patricia Briel Vendredi 2 juin 2006 La polémique concernant le récent voyage du pape Benoît XVI en Pologne et son étape ŕ Auschwitz continue de s‘étendre. Mercredi, dans une trib >>>


      ANALYSE. SOCIAL: LE MAUVAIS PROCČS FAIT Ŕ L‘EUROPE
      Le Temps, 02-06-2006
      Analyse. Pierre Veya Vendredi 2 juin 2006 Il y a tout juste une année, les Français rejetaient la Constitution européenne.

Lors de la campagne, il fut souvent question d‘une Europe d‘esprit «libéral» et «antisociale». Que n‘a–t–on pas lu >>>


      COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL L‘AVIS DE L‘EXPERT. NON, UN ÉCHEC DE DOHA NE SERAIT PAS BON
      Le Temps, 02-06-2006
      Ma semaine ŕ Berne. Schmid ŕ l‘Economie? Que du bonheur pour la droite La chronique. Grütli et extrémisme(s) Ali Laridjani: «Créez la confiance. Ne fuyez pas la négociation!» ECLAIRAGES Le Temps I Article Non, un échec de Doha ne serait pas bon Un calcul, sur la base >>>


      CRITIQUE. NUIT THÉ'4;TRALE SIDÉRANTE
      Le Temps, 02-06-2006
      Critique. Alexandre Demidoff Vendredi 2 juin 2006 D‘un échec amoureux, il reste une lueur – celle de l‘espoir trop vite passé

– parfois un roman. Fedor Dostoďevski a peut–ętre cru mourir avant d‘écrire en 1848 Les Nuits blanches, roman d‘un feu >>>


      DIX HISTOIRES QUI ONT MARQUÉ LA COUPE DU MONDE DE FOOTBALL (7/10). 1'78, L‘ENTENTE CORDIALE ENTRE DICTATURES MILITAIRES
      Le Temps, 02-06-2006
      Par la corruption, l‘Argentine triomphe en Argentine, au moment oů sévit le régime totalitaire du général Jorge Videla.

Fred Hirzel Vendredi 2 juin 2006 En Angleterre naît le premier bébé–éprouvette. En Italie, les Brigades rouges assassinent Aldo Moro. >>>


      DORIS LEUTHARD LAISSE UN BILAN POSITIF ET UN PARTI EN ORDRE DE BATAILLE POUR 2007
      Le Temps, 02-06-2006
      ELECTIONS FEDERALES. Renforcement des familles, création d‘emplois et pérennité de la sécurité sociale. Le programme électoral que le PDC a présenté ŕ Berne, ce jeudi déjŕ, porte la marque de son heureuse présidente.

D.S. Miéville, Berne Ve >>>


      EGALITARISME NAĎF
      Le Temps, 02-06-2006
      Jan Mahnert, Berne Vendredi 2 juin 2006 Votre article consacré ŕ la protection des papillons en Suisse (Le Temps du 26 mai) m‘a rappelé pourquoi je ne vote pas pour les Verts, alors que les questions environnementales me préoccupent pourtant. Les écologistes sont capables de déployer >>>



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