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      UNA PRÓRROGA DE IMPUESTOS QUE INVOLUCRA RECURSOS POR $ 36.000 MILLONES AL AŃO
      Clarin, 15-12-2005
      Incluye, entre otros, a Ganancias, Bienes Personales, Cheques, Monotributo y Tabaco.

Alejandra Gallo. La Cámara de Diputados, tras el recambio de legisladores del 10 de diciembre, debutó ayer tratando un proyecto clave para el Gobierno. Anoche comenzó a dar luz verde a la prórroga de nueve >>>


      VIGIL DEBUTÓ CON UNA GOLEADA FRENTE A CHILE
      Clarin, 15-12-2005
      El ex entrenador de Las Leonas tuvo un exitoso bautismo como DT del seleccionado argentino masculino, que arrolló a Chile 8–0.

En su presentación en el Torneo Cuatro Naciones de hockey masculino, Argentina goleó a Chile 8 a 0. El conjunto de Sergio Vigil contó con mucha efectividad en >>>


      WASHINGTON ADVIERTE SOBRE EL ALZA DE PRECIOS Y PIDE POR LOS BONISTAS
      Clarin, 15-12-2005
      Dijo que el Gobierno debe concentrarse también en el sector energético y bancario.

Ana Baron. WASHINGTON CORRESPONSAL El Tesoro de Estados Unidos considera que el nuevo equipo económico argentino debería concentrarse sobre el problema de la inflación, el sector bancario y energéti >>>


      %';POR QUÉ SE COMPLICA TANTO TRAER A ORTEGA?
      Clarin, 15-12-2005
      Aguilar quiere hacer la operación pero considera excesivo lo que pide Newell´s, que además no quiere resignar un dólar. Podría intervenir la AFA.

Hernán Castillo. Nadie duda de que Ariel Ortega quiere terminar su carrera en River. Pocos dudan de que River quiera lo mismo. Pero lo >>>


      CYPRIOT LEADER PAPADOPOULOS: I TRIED TO SPEAK WITH ERDOGAN 3 TIMES
      15-12-2005
      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
      15-12-2005
      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 >>>


      ERTUGRUL OZKOK: WHAT LIES BEHIND THOSE HEADLINES
      15-12-2005
      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‘
      15-12-2005
      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
      15-12-2005
      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
      15-12-2005
      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
      15-12-2005
      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
      15-12-2005
      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 >>>


      WESTON: GREEK CYPRIOTS MUST CHANGE THEIR POLICY
      15-12-2005
      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 >>>


      ‘SILLY’ CLAIMS SWEPT ASIDE
      Kathimerin, 15-12-2005
      Minister says abduction of Pakistanis never took place; probe launched Claims that Pakistanis migrants were kidnapped in Athens and questioned by Greek authorities working with British agents are «groundless» and «silly,» the public order minister said yesterday as the government asked for an ur >>>


      A LONE WALKER BRAVES...
      Kathimerin, 15-12-2005
      YANNIS BEHRAKIS/REUTERS A lone walker braves a rainstorm while following a march in central Athens yesterday organized by the country’s largest union group GSEE and civil servants union ADEDY. The demonstration was held to protest proposed changes to labor relations at public utilities. Yesterday’s strike disrupted fli >>>


      CYPRUS CALLS OFF GREEK TRIPS FOR ROWDY TEENS
      Kathimerin, 15-12-2005
      Embarrassing rowdiness from Cypriot teenagers has compelled Nicosia to ban organized school trips to Greece, the Cypriot government said yesterday.

Nicosia made the decision — which must be approved by Parliament to become law — after visiting a string of incidents involving misbehaving Cypriot juveniles shock >>>


      FEARS GROW FOR LESVOS WOMAN
      Kathimerin, 15-12-2005
      The search, for the owner of a betting shop on the eastern Aegean island of Lesvos who has been missing since Sunday, was stepped up yesterday as fears for her safety grew after her car was found abandoned.

Police helicopters, soldiers, coast guard and volunteer rescue teams were all involved in the search acr >>>


      FIREFIGHTERS TRY TO EXTINGUISH...
      Kathimerin, 15-12-2005
      ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU/EPA Firefighters try to extinguish a burning police car in central Athens after protesters threw firebombs at it. Nobody was injured, but a journalist and cameraman covering the incident were attacked by a group of youths.

The two men were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Youths al >>>


      GREEKS ARE GOING OFF THEIR FOOD
      Kathimerin, 15-12-2005
      Greeks are growing increasingly concerned about the safety and quality of food that they eat in the wake of rotten goods being discovered on supermarket shelves and in warehouses in recent months, according to a survey conducted for Kathimerini.

Six in 10 Greeks said that they are concerned about what they are >>>


      HOSPITAL’S CLEANLINESS QUESTIONED
      Kathimerin, 15-12-2005
      A few weeks after an Athens hospital was accused of serving its patients soup that contained a piece of rat, new checks on the country’s largest state hospital have revealed several health violations.

Athens prefecture officials examined several parts of Evangelismos hospital in Kolonaki, central Athens, after >>>


      IN BRIEF
      Kathimerin, 15-12-2005
      N17 COMEBACK? Minister plays down suggestions group was behind Syntagma bomb Public Order Minister Giorgos Voulgarakis yesterday rebutted claims that terrorist group November 17 was behind the bomb that went off outside the Economy and Finance Ministry on Monday in Athens’s Syntagma Square. «Some people are tryin >>>


      SOUFLIAS PASSES ON BLAME FOR LANDFILLS
      Kathimerin, 15-12-2005
      Environment Minister Giorgos Souflias blamed the previous Socialist government and municipal authorities yesterday for an EU decision to take Greece to court over illegal landfills, while also hinting that two other ministries shared responsibility for the problem.

The European Commission said on Tuesday that >>>


      "VOY A NACIONALIZAR EL GAS NATURAL Y EL PETRÓLEO"
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      FALTA TITULO 15/12/2005 Vanguardia (13) COCA SÍ, COCAÍNA NO "Desafío a EE. UU. a pactar un combate verdadero a la droga"

ÍDOLOS "Soy seguidor de Hugo Chávez, de Fidel Castro y del Che Guevara"

JOAQUIM IBARZ – 15/12/2005 La Paz. Enviado especial El pue >>>


      ADIÓS UNITARIO A YEBRAN TUENI Y PROTESTAS ANTISIRIAS EN BEIRUT
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 Decenas de miles de libaneses asistieron ayer en Beirut el cortejo fúnebre del asesinado diputado y periodista Yebran Tueni. En la catedral grecoortodoxa de San Jorge se celebró la ceremonia religiosa con el patriarca, obispos metropolitas, imanes , jeques musulmanes y dignata >>>


      AL ZARQAUI, EMPEŃADO EN GANARSE A LOS MUSULMANES (Y 3)
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      EN AMM'3;N LOS manifestantes, musulmanes y árabes se preguntaban: "żPor qué nosotros", después de los atentados contra su gente

LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 EFAWAZ A. GERGES n el sentir de árabes y musulmanes, los atentados de Ammán asestaron un devastador maz >>>


      ARGEL TILDA DE "INDECENTES" CIERTAS NOTICIAS SOBRE LA SALUD DE BUTEFLIKA
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      CARLA FIBLA – 15/12/2005 Servicio especial RABAT .– De un chequeo rutinario en el hospital Ain Naâdja de Argel tras haber pasado una mala noche, Abdellaziz Buteflika, presidente argelino, fue trasladado de urgencia a la capital francesa para ser sometido a una operación el pasado 26 de noviembre. >>>


      BLAIR BUSCA AISLAR A CHIRAC EN LA CUMBRE
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Construcción europea Noticias Barroso ve insuficiente la nueva propuesta británica que aumenta ligeramente el presupuesto de la UE sin cambios en el cheque LVD – 14/12/2005 – 10.55 horas Los puntos clave de la última propuesta LVD – 14/12/2005 – 20.3' horas París y Brus >>>


      BUSH ASUME LA RESPONSABILIDAD DE LOS ERRORES DE ESPIONAJE ANTERIORES A LA INVASIÓN DE IRAQ
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Bush asume la responsabilidad de los errores de espionaje anteriores a la invasión de Iraq Los iraquíes eligen hoy el Parlamento en otro pulso entre insurgencia y proceso democrático Con la población iraquí a las puertas de las urnas y bajo nuevas amenazas de Al Qaeda, George W. Bush justific&# >>>


      DESCUBREN EN LA PERIFERIA DE PARÍS UN ARSENAL DE ARMAS CUSTODIADO POR ISLAMISTAS
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LVD – 15/12/2005 – 10.54 horas París. (EUROPA PRESS). Fuerzas policiales francesas descubrieron esta madrugada un arsenal de armas y municiones en un aparcamiento de Clichy–sous–bois, en la periferia de París, que habría sido utilizado en varios robos a mano armada para financiar >>>


      EL EJÉRCITO NEPALÍ MATA A DOCE CIVILES QUE CELEBRABAN UNA FIESTA EN EL CENTRO DE LA CIUDAD
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Se ha puesto en marcha una investigación para determinar lo ocurrido LVD – 15/12/2005 – 06.08 horas Katmandú. (EFE). Doce civiles resultaron muertos y otros dieciséis heridos cuando soldados del Ejército dispararon contra un grupo de personas que celebraba una fiesta en el centro de Nepa >>>


      EL GOBIERNO VE CON SATISFACCIÓN QUE BLAIR GARANTICE A ESPAŃA FONDOS HASTA EL 2013
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      La propuesta británica eleva a 3.250 milones de euros los recursos del fondo de cohesión El presidente del Gobierno, Jose Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, valoró ayer en el Congreso de forma positiva la nueva propuesta británica para el presupuesto de la Unión Europea (UE) que otorga a Espańa >>>


      EL PRESIDENTE DE COLOMBIA ACEPTA NEGOCIAR CON LAS FARC Y RETIRAR EL EJÉRCITO DE UNA ZONA
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      El Gobierno de Colombia aceptó desmilitarizar un área del sudoeste del país para negociar con la guerrilla de las FARC el intercambio de combatientes presos y rehenes. El presidente Uribe ha dado así un vuelco a su posición tradicional.

LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 BOGOT'3; >>>


      EL PRESIDENTE DE IR'3;N ESCANDALIZA DE NUEVO A OCCIDENTE AL CALIFICAR DE ‘MITO‘ EL HOLOCAUSTO
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      El presidente de Irán escandaliza de nuevo a Occidente al calificar de ‘mito‘ el holocausto Ahmadineyad reclama que Israel sea trasladado a "Europa, Estados Unidos, Canadá o Alaska" El ultraconservador presidente iraní calificó ayer el holocausto de mito y propuso el traslado d >>>


      EL RAP RECIBE LA ABSOLUCIÓN JUDICIAL
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Un tribunal francés exonera a un grupo de raperos acusado por el Ministerio del Interior de incitar a la violencia "El rap es un barómetro social, prohibir sus historias es como querer romper el barómetro", dice el abogado de Sniper

LLUÍS URÍA – 15/12/2005 Corresponsal. >>>


      LA EUROC'3;MARA Y LA COMISIÓN MANTIENEN LAS ESPADAS EN ALTO
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 Los presupuestos comunitarios no requieren sólo el acuerdo unánime de los Veinticinco sino la conformidad de la Eurocámara y la Comisión Europea.

El presidente de ésta, Dur';o Barroso, tildó ayer de "simplemente insuficiente" la n >>>


      LA UE Y MARRUECOS FIRMAN UN ACUERDO EN MATERIA DE AVIACIÓN
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LVD – 15/12/2005 – 10.15 horas Bruselas. (EUROPA PRESS). El vicepresidente de la Comisión y responsable de Transportes, Jacques Barrot, y el ministro marroquí de Equipamiento y Transporte, Karim Ghellab, firmaron anoche un acuerdo global entre la UE y Marruecos en el dominio de la aviación, s >>>


      LAS IDEAS DE LE PEN GANAN ADEPTOS, SEGÚN UN SONDEO
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 Corresponsal El discurso ultraderechista de Jean–Marie Le Pen, líder del Frente Nacional (FN), gana poco a poco terreno entre la opinión pública francesa, según apuntan los resultados de un sondeo realizado por el instituto TNT–Sofres y publicado ayer por >>>


      LOS CHIÍS CLAMAN CONTRA AL JEZIRA
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      GERVASIO S'3;NCHEZ – 15/12/2005 Bagdad. Servicio especial Decenas de miles de chiíes se manifestaron ayer en Bagdad y en una decena de ciudades –el día antes de celebrarse las elecciones legislativas–en respaldo al ayatolá Ali Sistani y contra la cadena de televisión Al Jezi >>>


      LOS IRAQUÍES ELIGEN EL PRIMER PARLAMENTO NO PROVISIONAL TRAS LA CAÍDA DE SADDAM
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Registradas tres explosiones en el centro de Bagdad, al parecer provocadas por fuego de mortero LVD – 15/12/2005 – 06.57 horas Bagdad. (Agencias). Los colegios electorales iraquíes abrieron hoy, jueves, sus puertas para la celebración en el país de las elecciones parlamentarias que deben pone >>>


      %';QUÉ SER'3; DE BOLIVIA?
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      ES PARADÓJICO QUE todos los candidatos electorales prometan cambios sociales y económicos, mientras miran al pasado en busca de inspiración

ROBERTO LASERNA – 15/12/2005 Bolivia vive un momento de definiciones. En los últimos ańos descubrió una nueva fuente de riquezas, el ga >>>


      AGRADECIMIENTO A CAROD
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 La bodega Saboreal, de la localidad vallisoletana de Gordaliza de la Loma, permanecerá un ańo más abierta después de que las botellas del espumoso que elabora se agotaran este ańo, debido, según su propietario, Carlos Díez, a las "desafortunadas&q >>>


      AHMADINEYAD Y EL CONSELLER
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      ALFREDO ABI'3;N – 15/12/2005 Director adjunto La banalización del holocausto sigue siendo, por desgracia, tan habitual como universal. Tanto es así que zonas social y culturalmente tan dispares como Catalunya e Irán han sido los dos últimos escenarios de cómo puede pervertirse el e >>>


      AZNAR CREE QUE EN CATALUNYA NO HAY LIBERTAD DE OPINIÓN
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      CARMEN DEL RIEGO – 15/12/2005 MADRID El escenario era el adecuado – la presentación de la recopilación de dos libros de Pedro J. Ramírez bajo el título de El triunfo de la información–, y el auditorio el adecuado: el director de El Mundo y Federico Jiménez Losantos, junto >>>


      BONO Y MORATINOS ZANJAN SU DESENCUENTRO
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 Redacción Ayer se produjo el primer encuentro público entre los ministros de Defensa, José Bono, y Exteriores, Miguel '3;ngel Moratinos, tras la polémica entre ambos por la venta de material militar a Angola, en la que se cebó la oposición días >>>


      CAROD AFIRMA QUE EL PSOE "EST'3; ACOJONADO" POR EL ANTICATALANISMO
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Puigcercós pide a los socialistas que se pronuncien sobre el Estatut LapresiónmediáticageneradaporelPPtienealPSOE "acojonado", según expresó ayer el presidente deERC, Josep Lluís Carod–Rovira. El líder republicano aseguró que "el anticatalanismo es uno de los >>>


      DE LA VEGA TRATA COMO ALIADO A CIU Y LOS NACIONALISTAS SE DESMARCAN DE INMEDIATO
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      JAUME V. AROCA – 15/12/2005 MADRID – CiU rechazó ayer la calificación de grupo parlamentario aliado que le atribuyó la vicepresidenta primera del Gobierno, María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, en la sesión de control del Congreso. La vicepresidenta respondía en la sesió >>>


      DURAN CENSURA LA CONDUCTA DE ERC Y LA TILDA DE "PLAGA DE LANGOSTA" EN CATALUNYA
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      El dirigente de CiU da gracias a Dios por no haber pactado con los republicanos JosepAntoniDuranLleidacensuró ayer con dureza la conducta deERC, queestáhaciendoun "servicio nefasto" a Catalunya, y la consideró una "auténtica plaga de lalangosta" paraCatalunya. Elsecretario genera >>>


      EL CONGRESO APRUEBA LA LOE CON LA OPOSICIÓN DEL PP Y LA ABSTENCIÓN DE IU
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      ALICIA RODRÍGUEZ DE PAZ – 15/12/2005 Educació traspasará sus ‘escoles bressol‘ a los ayuntamientos LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 Assetjament escolar JOAN CARLES ZAMORA – 15/12/2005 Los males de la pública JOAQUIM PÉREZ – 15/12/2005

Encuestas żQ >>>


      EL DINERO OLVIDADO
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Unas 300 personas piden al Estado que les restituya a valor actual el dinero que les incautó el gobierno franquista

FRANCESC BRACERO – 15/12/2005 Barcelona Qué valor real tendría hoy una peseta de la República? Una asociación, la Agrupación de Perjudicados por la Incautaci&# >>>


      EL NUEVO MODELO DE FINANCIACIÓN INCLUIR'3; LA DEUDA HISTÓRICA DE ANDALUCÍA
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 Agencias. MADRID El Gobierno y la Junta de Andalucía desbloquearon ayer las negociaciones sobre la disposición adicional segunda del Estatuto de Autonomía – la denominada deuda histórica– con la creación de un grupo de trabajo que establezca una meto >>>


      EL PP SE SUMA AL ACUERDO DE LA LEY DE TROPA
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 Europa Press El Ministerio de Defensa consiguió ayer un acuerdo con todos los grupos parlamentarios para sacar adelante el proyecto de ley de Tropa y Marinería Profesional, según anunció el portavoz socialista del ramo, Jesús Cuadrado.

El PP, que en su >>>


      EL PRESIDENTE DEL SUPREMO CULPA AL GOBIERNO Y AL PARLAMENTO DEL DETERIORO DE LA JUSTICIA
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Hernando dice que casi todo el poder judicial rechaza la reforma autonomista de los tribunales El presidente del Supremo compareció ayer para explicar en el Congreso la memoria anual del poder judicial, con una intervenciónquesupusounduroalegatocontraelGobiernoyelPar lamento, a los que acusó del deterior >>>


      FRANCIA ENTREGA A ESPAŃA AL ETARRA "TXAPOTE", UNO DE LOS ASESINOS DE MIGUEL '3;NGEL BLANCO
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LVD – 15/12/2005 – 13.00 horas Actualizada: 15/12/2005 14.30 horas Bilbao. (Vasco Press).– El dirigente de ETA Francisco Javier García Gaztelu, "Txapote", ha llegado a primera hora de esta tarde a Madrid, entregado temporalmente por las autoridades francesas, para ser juzgado como presu >>>


      IBARRA APUESTA POR UN ACUERDO NACIONAL ENTRE PP Y PSOE PARA QUE EL NACIONALISMO NO "GANE LA BATALLA"
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      El presidente extremeńo vuelve al trabajo en plenas condiciones tras recuperarse del infarto que sufrió hace un mes LVD – 15/12/2005 – 15.02 horas Mérida. (EUROPA PRESS). El presidente de la Junta de Extremadura, Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ibarra, volvió a la actividad política afir >>>


      LA TENTACIÓN NAZI
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      żSE HAN FIJADO en la cantidad de ocasiones que se invocan los ańos 30 de Alemania?

FERNANDO ÓNEGA – 15/12/2005 Aeste país le gustan las emociones fuertes. Si producen vértigo, mejor.

Y si nos sitúan al borde del abismo, mejor todavía. No hay más que detene >>>


      LOS ANTI–LOE APOYAN LA FORMACIÓN COMÚN ACORDADA POR LAS COMUNIDADES DEL PP
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      López Aguilar califica de "antijurídicos" los planes populares contra la reforma educativa Las diez organizaciones que convocaron la manifestación contralaLOEdel12denoviembre saludaron ayer el anuncio delPPdetomarmedidaseducativas conjuntas en las comunidades donde gobierna. Con toda probabilid >>>


      LOS GRANDES PRODUCTORES DE CAVA CONSTATAN EL DESCENSO DE SUS VENTAS POR EL BOICOT
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Codorniu invierte seis millones en publicidad para compensar el efecto de la campańa Lasdos grandesempresasdel sector del cavayahanregistrado en sus cuentas los efectos económicos de la campańa contra los productos catalanes. TantoCodorniucomoFreixenet están experimentando descensos en sus cifras d >>>


      STANDARD & POOR‘S CREE QUE EL ESTATUT FORTALECE FINANCIERAMENTE EL ESTADO
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      Castells ve "terrenos de coincidencia" con Solbes sobre financiación LareformadelsistemadefinanciaciónplanteadaporelEstatut beneficiaría a las autonomías sin perjudicar en exceso a la Administración central. Ésta es la conclusión ofrecida ayer por la agencia de calificaci >>>


      SU NOMBRE ES BROWN, GORDON BROWN
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      BROWN HA HECHO LOS números europeos pensando en su enfrentamiento con el conservador Cameron dentro de tres o cuatro ańos

'3;NGEL EXPÓSITO – 15/12/2005 Avueltas con los presupuestos europeos y con un negro futuro comunitario, nos estamos olvidando de un personaje clave en toda esta >>>


      TURA ACUSA A CIU DE HABERSE LLEVADO PAPELES SOBRE LOS MOSSOS AL DEJAR EL GOVERN
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LA VANGUARDIA – 15/12/2005 BARCELONA .(Efe.) – La consellera de Interior, Montserrat Tura (PSC), acusó ayer a la ex consellera Núria de Gispert, de CiU, de haberse llevado documentos de la comisaría general técnica del Departament d´Interior "que no son públicos" y ha >>>


      UN ERROR DE ERC IMPIDE LA APROBACIÓN DEL NUEVO REGLAMENTO DEL PARLAMENT
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      El PSC amenaza con ir al Constitucional si CiU y ERC pactan retirar el Estatut LVD – 15/12/2005 – 11.18 horas Barcelona. (EUROPA PRESS). Un error de ERC en la votación del artículo del nuevo Reglamento que prevé la retirada del Estatut durante su tramitación en Madrid por acuerdo de la m >>>


      ZAPATERO Y DURAN CONVERSAN SOBRE EL CONSEJO DE LA UE Y LA TRAMITACIÓN DEL ESTATUT
      La Vanguardia, 15-12-2005
      LVD – 15/12/2005 – 15.53 horas Madrid. (EFE).– El jefe del Ejecutivo, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, se reunió esta mańana con el portavoz de CiU, Josep Antoni Duran Lleida, y con el del grupo socialista, Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba, con quienes habló sobre la tramitación >>>


      ARAMCO’S OPERATING PLAN FOR NEXT YEAR APPROVED
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Abdallah S. Jum’ah JEDDAH, 15 December 2005 — Saudi Aramco has approved its operating plan for next year, anticipating a 61 percent increase in the number of development wells drilled in 2006 to support current production and future increase in demand, an official statement said yesterday.

«Due to an unp >>>


      ASIR TO INVEST SR50M IN JUSOOR FUND
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Arab News ASIR, 15 December 2005 — Asir company board of directors agreed to invest in Jusoor Fund specializing in non–basic petrochemical industries. The fund is established for $500 million by a number of businessmen and companies.

Asir’s share in the fund is $50 million. This is part of the company’s >>>


      BHEL DECLARES 40% DIVIDEND
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Pervez Bari, Arab News BHOPAL, 15 December 2005 — The Indian pioneer engineering company, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd., (BHEL), has declared an all–time–high 40 percent interim equity dividend for the year 2005–06. Earlier, this year, BHEL had paid 35 percent dividend. Besides BHEL has been maintaini >>>


      CARRERA Y CARRERA
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Arab News Carrera y Carrera has launched its Avalon watch with mink straps, available in four colors — white, green, purple, and pink. «An explosion of color, luxury, exclusiveness and fashion which you cannot afford to miss,» says the company spokesman. «In fact, Carrera y Carrera has relaunched Aval >>>


      DOLLAR REMAINS WEAK; GOLD PRICES DROP
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Agencies LONDON, 15 December 2005 — The dollar remained weak yesterday a day after a suggestion by the US Federal Reserve that US interest rates could be close to peaking, with new US trade data further undermining its strength.

The euro rose to 1.2043 dollars in late European trading, from 1.1'40 dollars >>>


      EU, US CLASH OVER FOOD AID AT WTO
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Jonathan Fowler, Agence France Presse HONG KONG, 15 December 2005 — The European Union and United States, already sharply at odds over who should make more concessions in global trade talks here, clashed yesterday on a new issue — food aid reform.

«Food aid policies are being exploited for commercial int >>>


      FAMILY FORUM TO DEBATE PROCESS OF GOING PUBLIC
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Khalil Hanware, Arab News Basil Al–Ghalayini JEDDAH, 15 December 2005 — Prominent business families in Saudi Arabia will gather in Riyadh on Sunday to discuss, debate and learn more about the initial public offering (IPO) process under the Saudi Capital Market Authority (CMA) rules and regulations.

More >>>


      INDIAN CATALOG SHOW AT JCCI
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Arab News JEDDAH, 15 December 2005 — The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (JCCI) is hosting a catalog show of Indian companies at its premises at 10 a.m.

on Dec. 17. The show, which will continue till Dec. 21, will focus on Indian companies excelling in trade, business, industry, and service sectors, >>>


      LACOSTE ESSENTIAL
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Arab News A fresh, modern blend of spicy and woodnotes, Lacoste Essential is the new male signature fragrance from Lacoste. Redefining the essence of the brand, it fuses all that living the ‘Lacoste’ life means – freedom, enjoyment and relaxation. To capture the spirit of Lacoste freedom, Lacoste Essential needed >>>


      ORBIT SATELLITE TELEVISION
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Arab News The Orbit Satellite Television and Radio Network has successfully concluded a major deal with Turner Broadcasting System securing Orbit’s rights to screen one new and three existing and hugely popular news, movie and cartoon channels. In addition to «Boomerang», the immensely popular new classic c >>>


      SAUDI FISHERIES TO INCREASE CAPITAL
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Arab News RIYADH, 15 December 2005 — The general assembly of Saudi Fisheries company agreed yesterday to increase the company’s capital from SR100 million to SR200 million. The assembly also agreed to issue primary shares for SR75 — SR50 the price of the share and SR25 issuance fee — to the registered shareholders ther >>>


      SAUDI STOCKS DECLINE AFTER RECORD SURGE
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Khalil Hanware, Arab News JEDDAH, 15 December 2005 — The Saudi stock market retreated yesterday after a record surge on Tuesday. The fall in major Industrial and Telecom indices dragged the Tadawul All–Share Index (TASI) down 41.88 points to 16,802.76.

The Banking index, however, climbed 323.4' point >>>


      THAILAND EYES KINGDOM FOR RICE MARKET
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Hasan Hatrash, Arab News BANGKOK, 15 December 2005 — Thailand has organized a worldwide marketing promotion for its famous Hom Mali aromatic rice. Saudi Arabia and the Middle East in general are highly targeted in this campaign, according to Dr.

Somkid Jatusripitak, Thailand’s deputy prime minister and ministe >>>


      VOLVO
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Arab News Volvo has achieved top scores in the latest 2006 model year new car whiplash ratings by the UK’s Motor Insurance Repair Research Center in Thatcham, which conducted the tests on behalf of the International Insurance Whiplash Prevention Group (IIWPG). In fact, Volvo was one of only two manufacturers to achieve >>>


      A MARRIAGE BESET WITH PROBLEMS
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Adil Salahi, Arab News Q. May I put to you the case of a marriage besought with problems that are constantly caused by the wife who seems to care only for her own ambitions.

I have watched this marriage closely and although I am friendly with both man and wife, I feel that the blame falls fairly and squarely o >>>


      A SERIOUS SITUATION ARISES WHEN ONE IS ALWAYS READY FOR DIVORCE
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Adil Salahi, Arab News Q. May I ask about the case of a man who, on three different occasions, told his wife that he divorced her. Each time this took place during a heated argument. On the last occasion, the wife tried to stop him reminding him of the previous occasions, but he went ahead and said that he is divorcing >>>


      BLIND TO THE TRUTH
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Commentary by Sayyid Qutb In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Beneficent Say: «None in the heavens or earth knows what is hidden except God. Nor can they ever perceive when they shall be raised from the dead.» Indeed the total sum of their knowledge stops short of comprehending the hereafter. Nay, they ar >>>


      NOTHING ESCAPES GOD’S KNOWLEDGE
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Commentary by Sayyid Qutb In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Beneficent The unbelievers say: «What! After we have become dust, we and our forefathers, shall we be brought back (to life)? We have been promised this before, we and our forefathers! This is nothing but fables of the ancients.» Say: «Go >>>


      RAMADAN AND SIGHTING OF NEW MOON
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Adil Salahi, Arab News Q. In my home country Ramadan started two days after Saudi Arabia. I think that this is ridiculous in our present time when news travels across the world in seconds. Why could not one country rely on the sighting of the moon in another country so as to allow Muslims to be united on their religiou >>>


      THE PILGRIMAGE — 4: SUBSTITUTE PILGRIMAGE
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Adil Salahi, Arab News People often ask about offering the pilgrimage on behalf of someone else, usually a deceased parent or relative. Some readers also ask about offering it on behalf of a parent who is alive but cannot afford to do the pilgrimage.

The first thing to say with regard to doing the pilgrimage o >>>


      THE PROPHET AS A MAN — 64: NO LUXURIES FOR THE PROPHET
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Adil Salahi, Arab News When we mention Muhammad (peace be upon him), we are indeed speaking of the man loved best by God, and to whom He entrusted the delivery of His final message to mankind. God gave him whatever he prayed for. By human reasoning, the Prophet should be given riches, comforts and luxuries to make his >>>


      WIFE’S RIGHTS
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Adil Salahi, Arab News Q. What percentage of her husband’s salary, income or property is a woman entitled to get? What are her other rights?

S. Zaidi A. Islam treats both man and woman on equal basis. Both have the right of ownership, and what each of them owns remains his or her own property, without having t >>>


      ‘WE MUST SORT INTERNAL DIFFERENCES FIRST’
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Ebtihal Mubarak, Arab News Participants of the National Dialogue Forum in Abha on Wednesday. (AN photo by Abdullah Al–Khomain)

ABHA, 15 December 2005 — The second day of the Fifth National Dialogue Forum entitled «Us and Others» addressed whether Saudis should work out differences among thems >>>


      178 MUNICIPAL COUNCILS ARE FORMED ACROSS SAUDI ARABIA
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      P.K. Abdul Ghafour, Arab News JEDDAH, 15 December 2005 — Saudi Arabia yesterday announced the formation of 178 municipal councils across the country as part of political reforms introduced by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah, aimed at increasing participation of the public in the decision–making pr >>>


      EXPLOSIVES SEIZED AT RIYADH VILLA
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Arab News JEDDAH, 15 December 2005 — Saudi security forces have seized large quantities of explosives and chemicals at a villa in Riyadh, newspapers reported yesterday.

Home–made bombs, weapons, chemical products, computers and leaflets inciting violence were among the items seized, Asharq Al–Awsat >>>


      GCC LEADERS TO TACKLE DEMOGRAPHIC ISSUE
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      P.K. Abdul Ghafour, Arab News JEDDAH, 15 December 2005 — The annual summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which opens in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, will discuss a number of important topics including a proposal to restrict the stay of expatriate workers in the member states to a maximum of six years, informed sources >>>


      INSURANCE FAILS TO PAY UP, DRIVER ENDS UP IN JAIL
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Javid Hassan, Arab News RIYADH, 15 December 2005 — An expatriate driver, who took out a vehicle insurance policy last Ramadan, is now in Shagra Jail, some 150 km from Riyadh, in the wake of a traffic accident. What gives a twist to the story is that he landed in prison after being released from detention because the in >>>


      LET THE CHILDREN CHOOSE: NSHR ON CUSTODY DISPUTES
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Lulwa Shalhoub, Arab News JEDDAH, 15 December 2005 — The National Society for Human Rights (NSHR) has presented a proposal dealing with child custody to the Council of Ministers.

The proposal seeks to allow children who have been victims of domestic violence to choose where they want to live.

The prop >>>


      PILGRIMS EVACUATED AFTER HOTEL FIRE
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Yousuf Muhammad, Arab News MADINAH, 15 December 2005 — About 800 Indonesian pilgrims staying in the Dallah Hotel in Madinah were evacuated following a fire that broke out in a room on the third floor, said Maj. Gen. Saleh Al–Mehwas, director of civil defense in the Madinah region.

«All guests of th >>>


      STC OFFICIAL BLAMES NETWORK UPGRADES FOR SMS ONSLAUGHT
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Essam Al–Ghalib, Arab News JEDDAH, 15 December 2005 — Due to network upgrades, Al–Jawal customers over the past week have been experiencing an onslaught of repeated incoming SMS messages. Messages sent between mobile phone subscribers were being repeated and sent up to five times per message.

&laqu >>>


      UNICEF TO CONDUCT SURVEY OF EXPAT STREET CHILDREN
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Mohammed Rasooldeen, Arab News June Kunugi RIYADH, 15 December 2005 — In cooperation with the Saudi government, UNICEF will conduct a survey of expatriate street children in all parts of the country, June Kunugi, UNICEF representative in the Kingdom, told Arab News yesterday.

The survey will focus on specific >>>


      ‘PEACE PROCESS SLOW IN SOUTH SUDAN’
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Reuters KHARTOUM, 15 December 2005 — Sudan’s southern peace deal is being implemented too slowly and the northern ruling party is doing too little to convince its former foes it wants a unified country, says the widow of former Vice President John Garang. Rebecca Garang told Reuters in an interview late on Tuesday she >>>


      11 GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE FOR GUJARAT RIOTS
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Deutsche Presse–Agentur NEW DELHI, 15 December 2005 — A special court in the western Indian state of Gujarat yesterday sentenced 11 people to life imprisonment for killing Muslims during communal riots in 2002, news reports said.

The fast track court, which examined over 80 witnesses in the case, acquitt >>>


      23 COUNTRIES TO HAVE TSUNAMI WARNING SYSTEM BY JUNE 2006
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Agence France Presse NEW DELHI, 15 December 2005 — Indian Ocean nations are rapidly upgrading tsunami detection systems and plan to put in place a deep–sea sensor network so those at risk can be warned faster, a UN conference heard yesterday.

Twenty–three nations in the Indian Ocean rim will have a >>>


      AL–JAZEERA PROGRAM ANGERS MANY SHIITES IN IRAQ
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Associated Press BAGHDAD, 15 December 2005 — Angry Shiites marched yesterday and set fire to the offices of a secular politician to protest remarks made on a talk show on Al–Jazeera television, in which a Sunni Arab guest criticized Iraq’s Shiite religious leaders.

Fadel Al–Rubaei, a Sunni politici >>>


      GUNMEN KILL CLERIC IN SOUTHERN AFGHANISTAN
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Agencies KANDAHAR, Afghanistan, 15 December 2005 — Unidentified gunmen riding motorcycles yesterday shot dead a well–known pro–government Islamic cleric in Afghanistan’s volatile southern city of Kandahar, police said. Mulla Ahmad Shah, a member of Kandahar’s Ulema Shoura — a pro–government council of >>>


      IRAQ HOLDS BREATH AHEAD OF WATERSHED ELECTIONS SET FOR TODAY
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Agencies Iraqi women hold up their inked fingers after voting in the parliamentary elections at a polling station in south Tehran on Wednesday. (Reuters)

BAGHDAD, 15 December 2005 — A massive security clampdown brought Iraq close to a halt yesterday on the eve of a key election that US President George W. Bush >>>


      ISRAELI AIRSTRIKE KILLS FOUR IN GAZA
      Arab News, 15-12-2005
      Hisham Abu Taha, Arab News GAZA CITY, 15 December 2005 — Four Palestinians were killed when Israel launched an airstrike in the Gaza Strip yesterday, in the latest of a series of military actions since last week.

The missile attack occurred against a backdrop of clashes between rival groups of Palestinian Pres >>>



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