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      MCCAIN SAYS MORE TROOPS NEEDED IN IRAQ
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 4:31 PM AP Photo DCSA106 By JOHN HEILPRIN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – Sen. John McCain, a front–runner among GOP presidential contenders for 2008, said Sunday the U.S. must send an overwhelming number of troops to stabilize Iraq or face the possibility of more attac >>>


      MEXICAN EX–PRESIDENTS BLASTED IN REPORT
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 1:31 AM By JULIE WATSON Associated Press Writer MEXICO CITY (AP) – The Mexican government on Saturday released a long–awaited report that for the first time officially blamed the highest command levels‘‘ of three former presidencies for the massacres, tortur >>>


      MORE RIGHTS URGED FOR BIRTH MOTHERS
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 12:46 PM AP Photo OHKS302 By DAVID CRARY AP National Writer NEW YORK (AP) – Mothers deciding to place their infants for adoption deserve better counseling, more time to change their minds, and more support in trying to keep track of the children they relinquish, a leading adoption inst >>>


      MORE THAN 50 DIE IN IRAQ, 22 IN BOMBING
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 5:01 PM AP Photo BAG103 By QAIS Al–BASHIR Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) – Syria‘s foreign minister arrived in Baghdad on Sunday, the highest ranking official from his country to visit since the U.S.–led war began in 2003, at a time when Syria is increasin >>>


      MORE THAN 50 KILLED IN ATTACKS IN IRAQ
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 1:16 PM AP Photo BAG103 By QAIS Al–BASHIR Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) – A suicide bomber in a minivan lured day laborers to his vehicle with promises of a job Sunday morning then blew it up, killing 22 people and wounding 44 in the mainly Shiite southern city of Hi >>>


      MUBARAK: AMEND CRITICIZED CONSTITUTION
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 12:31 PM AP Photo JRL121 BY NADIA ABOU EL–MAGD Associated Press Writer CAIRO, Egypt (AP) – President Hosni Mubarak on Sunday asked parliament to amend a controversial constitution article that had been criticized as being tailored to allow his son to succeed him.

The opp >>>


      N.C. OFFICIALS: $500K IN TORNADO DAMAGE
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 6:31 AM AP Photo NCWG104 RIEGELWOOD, N.C. (AP) – A tornado that killed eight people in southeastern North Carolina caused at least $500,000 worth of damage, officials said.

Kip Godwin, chairman of the Columbus County Board of Commissioners, said Saturday that damage assessment >>>


      NEARLY 50 DIE IN ATTACKS IN IRAQ
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 12:31 PM AP Photo BAG103 By QAIS Al–BASHIR Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) – A suicide bomber in a minivan lured day laborers to his vehicle with promises of a job Sunday morning then blew it up, killing 22 people and wounding 44 in the mainly Shiite southern city of H >>>


      NINTENDO LAUNCHES WII, CHALLENGING SONY
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 1:31 AM AP Photo CAMW113 By PETER SVENSSON AP Technology Writer NEW YORK (AP) – Nintendo‘s quirky new video game console, the Wii, goes on sale Sunday, just two days after the launch of the rival PlayStation 3 from Sony turned violent at some stores. The release of the Wii is exp >>>


      OFFICIALS: $500,000 IN TORNADO DAMAGE
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 6:16 AM RIEGELWOOD, N.C. (AP) – A tornado that killed eight people in southeastern North Carolina caused at least $500,000 worth of damage, officials said.

Kip Godwin, chairman of the Columbus County Board of Commissioners, said Saturday that damage assessment teams determined >>>


      OHIO LOTTERY NUMBERS SAME AS GAME SCORE
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 4:01 PM CLEVELAND (AP) – Ohio State‘s 42–3' victory over Michigan also was lucky for players of the Ohio Lottery.

Minutes after Saturday‘s game was over, the numbers 4–2–3–' were drawn for the Pick 4 game.

You know >>>


      PLEA DEALS PILE UP FOR ACCUSED MARINES
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 4:01 AM AP Photo CADP102 By LINDA DEUTSCH and THOMAS WATKINS Associated Press Writers CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. (AP) – In the beginning, there were eight. A squad of seven Marines and a Navy corpsman charged with kidnapping and murdering an Iraqi man, a crime described by a prosecutor as >>>


      PROTESTS ESCALATE AHEAD OF BUSH‘S VISIT
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 12:31 PM AP Photo JAK115 By ZAKKI HAKIM Associated Press Writer JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) – Thousands wound through the streets of Indonesia‘s capital and gathered at a grand mosque Sunday to protest President Bush‘s upcoming visit to the world‘s most populous Muslim na >>>


      REP. RANGEL WILL SEEK TO REINSTATE DRAFT
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 5:46 PM AP Photo BAG118 WASHINGTON (AP) – A senior House Democrat said Sunday he will introduce legislation to reinstate the military draft, asserting that current troop levels are insufficient to sustain possible challenges against Iran, North Korea and Iraq.

There& >>>


      REPORT: CRANE OPERATOR HAD DRUG HISTORY
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 3:46 AM AP Photos WASET101–103 BELLEVUE, Wash. (AP) – The operator of a construction crane that collapsed, struck three buildings and led to a man‘s death has a history of drug use, a newspaper reported Saturday.

The operator, Warren Taylor Yeakey of Tacoma, is bei >>>


      REPORTS: 3 HOSTAGES DIE IN MEXICO PRISON
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 1:46 AM MEXICO CITY (AP) – At least three of 10 lawyers being held hostage by inmates were killed Saturday after police raided the prison in central Mexico to try to rescue them, Mexican media reported.

It was not immediately clear whether the lawyers were killed by inmates or >>>


      REPORTS: POLICE RESCUE CHINESE OFFICIALS
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 4:01 AM By SYLVIA HUI Associated Press Writer HONG KONG (AP) – Police on Saturday rescued eight officials taken hostage by residents angry over the detention of a local activist in a restive southern Chinese village, media reports said in the latest sign of growing tensions between the >>>


      RIDING HIGH, OBAMA PONDERS HIS FUTURE
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 3:01 AM AP Photo WX103 By JIM KUHNHENN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – When Sen. Barack Obama slipped into Sen. Robert Byrd‘s Capitol office one day last year, he was seeking counsel from an elder who had been in the Senate since before Obama was born.

Senators >>>


      RUSSIA ISSUES WARNING ON IRAN, N. KOREA
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 5:16 AM AP Photo TOK203 By ALEX NICHOLSON Associated Press Writer HANOI, Vietnam (AP) – The world must be firm but also very cautious when dealing with the North Korean and Iranian nuclear programs, Russia‘s foreign minister said Saturday during an Asian–Pacific summit in V >>>


      RUSSIA SIGNS KEY TRADE DEAL WITH U.S.
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 7:16 AM AP Photo MOSB103 By ALEX NICHOLSON AP Business Writer HANOI, Vietnam (AP) – Russia and the U.S. signed a key trade agreement on the sidelines of a meeting of Pacific Rim leaders Sunday – a major economic milestone that paves the way for Russia‘s entry into the World >>>


      S. AFRICAN GAYS OFTEN FACE HARSH REALITY
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 5:16 PM By TERRY LEONARD Associated Press Writer SOWETO, South Africa (AP) – At an unlicensed bar in an inconspicuous house, men and women sip lukewarm beer, mingle, flirt and dance to driving music called kwaito.

They share a secret. The bar, or shebeen, in the black township >>>


      SAUDI ARABIAN CLERIC SLAMS VEIL REMARKS
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 5:16 AM RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) – Saudi Arabia‘s top Muslim cleric described the Egyptian culture minister‘s recent criticism of the veil as a calamity,‘‘ a Saudi satellite channel reported on Saturday.

Egyptian Culture Minister Farouk Hosni >>>


      SERBIA SHRINKS, AND SINKS INTO DEJECTION
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 5:46 PM AP Photo XTS101 By WILLIAM J. KOLE Associated Press Writer BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) – Outbursts of nationalism are nothing new in Serbia, but the blustering graffiti in a Belgrade park belongs to a bygone era.

On your knees before Serbs!‘‘ it demands >>>


      SHOTS FIRED AT ANTI–U.N. RALLY IN HAITI
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 4:01 AM By STEVENSON JACOBS Associated Press Writer PORT–AU–PRINCE, Haiti (AP) – Gunfire rang out Saturday during a street protest by university students demanding the withdrawal of United Nations peacekeepers from Haiti, and witnesses said two demonstrators were wounded.>>>


      SUICIDE BOMBER KILLS 22 PEOPLE IN IRAQ
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 ':01 AM AP Photo BAG117 By QAIS Al–BASHIR Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) – A suicide bomber in a minivan lured day laborers to his vehicle with promises of a job Sunday morning then blew it up, killing 22 people and wounding 44 in the mainly Shiite southern city o >>>


      SYRIAN PRESIDENT, ANNAN DISCUSS LEBANON
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 5:01 AM AP Photo XKP121 DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) – U.N. Secretary–General Kofi Annan spoke with Syrian President Bashar Assad by telephone Saturday to discuss political developments in Lebanon and Iraq.

U.N. spokeswoman Marie Okabe, who was traveling with Annan in Switzerlan >>>


      TUCSON‘S CATHOLIC BISHOP EMERITUS DIES
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 3:01 AM AP Photo AZTUC104 By ARTHUR H. ROTSTEIN Associated Press Writer TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – Bishop emeritus Manuel D. Moreno, the son of a migrant farmworker who rose to became the nation‘s sixth Hispanic bishop and led the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson for 21 years, has died >>>


      U.N. SAYS SUDAN TERRORIZING CIVILIANS
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 1:01 AM AP Photo CAI101 By ALFRED de MONTESQUIOU Associated Press Writer KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) – The Sudanese army and government–backed militias are committing acts of inexplicable terror‘‘ against civilians, including children, in Darfur, the U.N.‘s t >>>


      U.S. JOURNALIST BELIEVED HELD IN CHINA
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 7:16 AM By SYLVIA HUI Associated Press Writer HONG KONG (AP) – A U.S. photojournalist was believed to have been detained in a southern Chinese village, where riot police freed officials held hostage by residents protesting the arrest of an anti–corruption activist, the photograph >>>


      U.S. JOURNALIST RELEASED IN CHINA
      Guardian, 19-11-2006
     Sunday November 1', 2006 ':31 AM By SYLVIA HUI Associated Press Writer HONG KONG (AP) – A U.S. photojournalist detained while covering a southern Chinese village protest, where riot police freed officials held hostage by residents protesting the arrest of an anti–corruption activist, says he has been >>>


      OUR TROOPS NEED GUNS – NOT A VISIT FROM BROWN
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Brown meets troops in Basra Enjoy our blogs Benedict Brogan‘s blog Baz Bamigboye‘s blog Fashion blog Peter Hitchens Money blog Frank Barrett‘s travel blog Don‘t miss today News: Illegal migrants working at the Home Office Comment: A shabby handout for the Royal Mail Water firm decides against dro >>>


      &#163;100M SECRET OF WOMAN THEY CALL ‘STALIN‘S GRANNY‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Art claims: Anita Halpin Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 100m se >>>


      ARMY FURY AS CHIEF IN AFGHANISTAN IS TOLD HE WON‘T GET VITAL ARMOUR
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Growing row between Brigadier John Lorimer and the government Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American >>>


      CHILDREN‘S CHARITY SLAMS POLICE CHIEF IN PAEDOPHILE ROW
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Chief constable Terry Grange is spokesman for the Association of Chief Police Officers on child protection and managing sex offenders Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour ‘I will never marry again‘ declares Heather Four Britons burned to death in African bush cr >>>


      DEFECTOR ‘POISONED BY KGB‘ HAS 50/50 SURVIVAL CHANCE
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Alexander Litvinenko Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour ‘I will never marry again‘ declares Heather Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Children‘s charity slams police chief in paedophile row Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primro >>>


      DESERT ORCHID RACEHORSE WAS A LEGEND, SAYS GROOM
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Stable mates: Janice Coyle with Desert Orchid after he retired. Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at America >>>


      FOUR BRITONS BURNED TO DEATH IN AFRICAN BUSH CRASH INFERNO
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Tourists: Arthur and Patricia Graham Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war >>>


      FRENCH POLICE KNOW WHO KILLED BRITISH STUDENT – SO WHY WON‘T THEY BRING THEM TO JUSTICE?
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Student Joanna Parish, and suspect Michel Fourniret Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt f >>>


      FURY AT AMERICAN CONTEMPT FOR BRITISH WAR DEAD
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     British troops in Iraq Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 100m secr >>>


      HARRODS BANS SOLDIERS ON POPPY DAY
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 100m secret of woman they call & >>>


      HOME COUNTIES TIME–TELLER GETS SPEAKING CLOCK GIG
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Engaged: But Sara Mendes da Costa won‘t earn a penny from BT. Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at Ame >>>


      HUSBAND DIVORCES KATE HUDSON OVER CO–STAR ‘FLING‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Split: Kate and Chris separated in August. Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for Britis >>>


      I WAS A TEACHER SO I MUST BE GUILTY
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Rebecca Poole Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 100m secret of wom >>>


      INGRID MOVES OUT OF TARRANT TOWERS
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Moving story: But Ingrid Tarrant is still wearing her weding ring. Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at Amer >>>


      KEY AIDES MOVE TO WINDSOR AHEAD OF QUEEN‘S RETIREMENT
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 100m secret of woman they call & >>>


      LORD ATTENBOROUGH‘S GRIEVING SON–IN–LAW WEDS
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     New love: Michael Holland and his bride Denise Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for Br >>>


      MAN BREAKS INTO PRISON TO DELIVER DRUGS
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 100m secret of woman they call & >>>


      MANDELSON‘S &#163;2.4M PRIMROSE PALACE
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials ING Direct School leavers Laura Ashley Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

Oscar trivia Winter Olympics Supermarket food More quizzes » RSS feeds What is RSS?

All our RSS feeds Text–based site Accessibility Contact us Ne >>>


      NO JOKE... IT TAKES SIX CIVIL SERVANTS TO DEAL WITH YOUR TAX RETURN
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials ING Direct School leavers Laura Ashley Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

Oscar trivia Winter Olympics Supermarket food More quizzes » RSS feeds What is RSS?

All our RSS feeds Text–based site Accessibility Contact us Ne >>>


      OUR DAUGHTER THE BOND GIRL AND HER VERY DIFFERENT TWIN
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Top: Eva is Daniel Craig‘s love interest in Casino Royale. Below: playmates Eva and Joy, in Paris aged six.

Showbiz headlines Is Madonna finally feeling her age?

Harry Potter star makes the most of his first on–screen kiss Lord of the Dance star Flatley leaves hospital Children in Need set >>>


      OUT IN THE COLD – IT‘S KEYHOLE KATE
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 100m secret of woman they call & >>>


      PRISONERS GET THEIR OWN ‘CELL–PHONES‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     David Davis: Shadow Home Secretary outraged that lags get phones. Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at Ameri >>>


      ROTARIANS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED WHEN DOING DUTIES WITH KIDS
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 100m secret of woman they call & >>>


      THE FOREIGN OFFICE LET OUR SISTER DIE
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Sisters: Kathryn, Margaret and Deirdre. Below: Margaret pleading for her life.

Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primros >>>


      THE HALAL HARIBOS FOR MUSLIM CHILDREN
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 100m secret of woman they call & >>>


      TOYOTA FACTORY TURNS LANDSCAPE TO ARID WILDERNESS
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     The ‘green–living‘ Toyota Prius has become the ultimate statement for those seeking to stress their commitment to the environment.

However, the environment–saving credentials of the cars are seriously undermined by the disclosure that one of the car‘s essential components is produc >>>


      TWIGGY LASHES OUT AT ‘SIZE ZERO‘ ACTRESSES
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Top: Twiggy is the face of M&S today. Below: The model in the sixties. Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury >>>


      BLAIR ARRIVES IN PAKISTAN FOR SECURITY TALKS
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
      . Reader comments (1) Heres what readers have had to say so far. Why not add your thoughts below? Lets hope he stays there. - Terry Foster, United Kingdom Add your comment Name: Your email address will not be publishedEmail: Town and country: Terms and conditionsYour comment: make text area biggerYou have characters left. R >>>


      BRITAIN AND PAKISTAN MAKE ANTI–TERROR PACT
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     President Musharraf with Tony Blair Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour ‘I will never marry again‘ declares Heather Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Children‘s charity slams police chief in paedophile row Revealed: Mandelson&lsqu >>>


      FRENCH SOCIALISTS BACK ROYAL FOR PRESIDENCY
      The Daily Mail, 19-11-2006
     Winning smile: Sergolene Royal Headlines Army fury as chief in Afghanistan is told he won‘t get vital armour Four Britons burned to death in African bush crash inferno Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness Revealed: Mandelson‘s 2.4m Primrose palace Fury at American contempt for British war dead 1 >>>


      14TH
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     Meeting ends in great success President Nguyen Minh Triet announces Hanoi Declaration th APEC Economic Leaders‘ Meeting successfully concluded in Hanoi this afternoon, November 1', with the issuance of the Hanoi Declaration, containing the leaders‘ commitment to "spare no efforts" to revive mor >>>


      BULGARIAN PRIME MINISTER TO VISIT VIETNAM
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev will pay an official visit to Vietnam from November 23–25, announced the Foreign Ministry on November 18.

The visit will be made at the invitation of his Vietnamese counterpart, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung. (VNA)

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      CHINA COMMITS US $2 MILLION FOR APEC‘S CAPACITY BUILDING
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     China has announced that it will contribute an amount of a US $2 million to the APEC Support Fund (ASF) to help strengthen APEC‘s capacity building initiatives.

The funding was announced by President Hu Jintao of the People‘s Republic of China at the 14th APEC Economic Leader‘s Meeting in Hano >>>


      DEAL SIGNED ON RUSSIA‘S ACCESSION INTO THE WTO
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     The agreement was signed by Russia‘s Economy Minister German Gref and US Trade Representative Susan Schwab on the sidelines of the APEC Economic Leaders‘ Meeting in Hanoi.

"I am very pleased to be here to celebrate this very important milestone as Russia moves one important step closer to becom >>>


      JAPANESE PM STARTS OFFICIAL VISIT TO VIETNAM
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his spouse started his two day official visit to Vietnam today as guests of Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on the occasion of his attendance of the 14th APEC economic leaders‘ meeting.

He is accompanied by a series of Japanese senior officials

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      LOCAL, FOREIGN ARTISTS SING FOR SUCCESS OF APEC–2006
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     An international music festival entitled "Peace Melody – Welcome APEC Vietnam 2006" was held at the Hanoi Friendship Palace in the evening of November 18.

The festival was opened by a choir of over 30 artists from the UK, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, Australia, the US and Vietnam under the bat >>>


      NATIONAL ASSEMBLY VICE CHAIRMAN VISITS US
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     The National Assembly and the people of Vietnam highly valued positive contributions by US legislators to enhancing mutual understanding, co–operation and friendship between the two countries‘ legislatures and people, as well as to building a new, stable and long–term partnership on the basis of mutual >>>


      PM DUNG EMPHASISES FUTURE–ORIENTED POLICY US
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     The Vietnamese Government and people take a consistent future–oriented attitude in building relations in all areas with the United States in the interest of the two countries‘ people and for peace and stability in the region and the world as a whole, said Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.

PM Dung made >>>


      PRESIDENT PUTIN SAYS RUSSIA TO TAKE ACTIVE PART IN APEC
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     Russia is optimistic about APEC future, and the country, having made the important decision to work with APEC, intends to take a vigorous part in resolving future tasks together with other members, President Vladimir V. Putin emphasised in an article on the occasion of the APEC Economic Leaders‘ Week which is goin >>>


      PRESIDENT TRIET HOLDS BANQUET FOR APEC LEADERS
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     th APEC Economic Leaders‘ Meeting (AELM 14) and their spouses and officials who attended the APEC 2006 Economic Leaders‘ Week.

The Gala Dinner started with the screening of a 21–minute film introducing cultural festivals of APEC member economies, followed by President Nguyen Minh Triet‘s >>>


      US AND ASEAN LEADERS AGREE TO PROMOTE CO–OPERATION
      Nhan Dan, 19-11-2006
     Leaders of the US and ASEAN have agreed to give priority to promoting economic and trade co–operation, creating stronger economic linkages between the two sides, and encouraging greater involvement of the private sector and businesses, so as to better adapt to the trend of increased economic integration in the Asi >>>


      BRITISH PM BLAIR ARRIVES
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     Islamabad—British Prime Tony Blair was given a warm red–carpet welcome when he arrived here on a two–day visit to Pakistan.

He was received at Chaklala Air Base by State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Khusro Bakhtyar.

British High Commissioner to Pakistan, Mark Lyall Grant, senior officials >>>


      CORE INFLATION DECLINES TO 5.7 PERCENT
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     John Thakur Das Karachi—Core inflation as well as headline inflation declined during October 2006 as non–food non–energy (NFNE) was recorded at 5.7 percent and trimmed–mean core inflation was 6.4 percent during the month under review compared with 7.8 and 7 percent respectively in the month of October >>>


      KARZAI WANTS PAK TO DO MORE AGAINST TALIBAN
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     New Delhi—Afghan President Hamid Karzai has again pressed Islamabad to do more to combat the Taliban and other anti Kabul militants using Pakistani safe havens to launch cross border attacks.

«We are not blaming the government of Pakistan,» said Karzai, touring India.

«We are seeking >>>


      MMA CALLS MPS MEETING ON DEC 7
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     Observer Report Lahore—Muttahida Majlis–e–Amal has called a meeting of MMA members of National Assembly, Senate and provincial assemblies on December 7–8 in Islamabad to set a strategy for step–by–step resignations from assemblies.

MMA deputy secretary general Liaquat Baloch talkin >>>


      MUSHARRAF FOR DEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE–BASED ECONOMY SAYS COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY TO DEVELOP EDUCATION SYSTEM EVOLVED
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     Lahore—President General Pervez Musharraf Saturday called for developing knowledge–based economy through promotion of quality science and technology education in the country. « Only natural resources are not enough to make progress; We have to develop our human resource base to make country economically stro >>>


      PAK INTELLIGENCE AGENCY NOT ABETTING TALIBAN: PRESIDENT
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     Berlin—President General Pervez Musharraf has said Pakistan is not a banana state and the charges being levelled against Pakistan intelligence agency for assisting Taliban and other militants are baseless.

He said this in an interview with a German magazine Focus here Saturday.

« Pakistan is not >>>


      PAKISTAN, ROMANIA TO BOOST TIES IN VARIOUS FIELDS PASCU MEETS KASURI, AWAIS LEGHARI
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     Islamabad—Pakistan and Romania on Saturday discussed measures to enhance bilateral cooperation in all fields.

Foreign Minister Khurshid M. Kasuri talking to Deputy Prime Minister of Romania Bodgan Pascu at the Foreign Office expressed satisfaction at the growing cooperation and exchange of high–level visi >>>


      POLITICS OF RESIGNATIONS UNDEMOCRATIC: PM SAYS PAKISTAN GENUINELY NEEDS NUCLEAR ENERGY
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     Sharafat Kazmi Islamabad— Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz Saturday said the passage of Women Protection Bill was in the national interest and those who are using it for political benefit are misusing the trust and confidence of the people.

Talking to newsmen here at Prime Minister Secretariat, he said people are co >>>


      PPP TO START MASS–CONTACT CAMPAIGN
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     Javaid Awan Lahore—Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Punjab Executive while demanding the government to withdraw all the politically motivated cases against Benazir Bhutto has decided to start mass–contact drive with holding a series of public meetings at divisional and district level besides having its parley after th >>>


      US–IRAQI FORCES RAID SHIITE STRONGHOLD
      Pakistan Observer, 19-11-2006
     Baghdad—U.S. and Iraqi forces raided a Shiite stronghold in Baghdad on Saturday, looking for dozens of men abducted from an Iraqi government office. Coalition forces searched for four American security contractors missing in an attack on their convoy in southern Iraq.

Iraqi soldiers backed by U.S. helicopters s >>>


      ANONYMER NIKOLAUS HAT KREBS
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     1,3 Millionen Dollar verschenkt: Secret Santa, Larry Stewart 18. November 2006 Mehr als ein Vierteljahrhundert lang hat er als anonymer Nikolaus viele Menschen in den Vereinigten Staaten glücklich gemacht. Jedes Jahr zog der Secret Santa vor Weihnachten durch die Straßen und verteilte kleine Geldgeschenke &nda >>>


      DAS ENDE DER DRACHENWURST
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Jörg Thomann Ihn macht keiner zur Wurst: der „Welsh Dragon” 1'. November 2006 Wales ist ein rauhes und wildes Land, und die Waliser sind hart im Nehmen. Sie trotzen dem Regen, klettern über zerklüftete Klippen und sprechen eine Sprache, die fast nur aus Konsonanten besteht. >>>


      TU ICH BEGEHREN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Peter Lückemeier 1'. November 2006 Das Gerede über eine gewisse Bildungsferne in Deutschland können wir nicht mehr hören. Auch die Klage, wir seien längst kein Volk von Denkern und Dichtern mehr, ist doch Unfug. Nehmen Sie die Bild–Zeitung.

Täglich beweist dort das Vo >>>


      &#132;OSKAR HAT JA, ABER GESAGT&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Mechthild Küpper, Berlin Linke Protagonisten: Lafontaine und Gysi 1'. November 2006 Mit der Wahl ihrer Tagungsorte unterstrichen SPD und Linkspartei abermals ihren Anspruch, die Koalition der Einheit zu sein: Am Sonnabend tagte die SPD in der fein sanierten Kongreßhalle am Alexanderplatz (ehemals Ost&n >>>


      AMERIKA ERHÖHT DRUCK AUF BERLIN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Ab in den Süden? Bundeswehrsoldat in Afghanistan 18. November 2006 Zwei Wochen vor dem Nato–Gipfel in Riga erhöht die amerikanische Regierung ihren Druck auf Deutschland, die Bundeswehr auch im Süden Afghanistans in großem Umfang einzusetzen. Ein hoher Beamter des amerikanischen Verteidigungsmi >>>


      BERLINER SPD FAST EINSTIMMIG FÜR ROT–ROT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Wowereit für Rot–Rot: 1'6:1 gewonnen 18. November 2006 Die Berliner SPD hat mit überwältigender Mehrheit die Fortsetzung ihrer Koalition mit der Linkspartei gebilligt. Auf einem Landesparteitag gab es am Samstag von den 200 Delegierten nur eine Gegenstimme zum rund '5seitigen Koalitionsvertr >>>


      DER MITNEHMER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Rainer Hank Er ist kein neuer Blüm: Rüttgers 1'. November 2006 Eines Tages muß er diesen leeren Stuhl gesehen haben.

Keiner hatte bemerkt, wie lange er schon frei war. Auch er selbst nicht. Aber dann hat sich Jürgen Rüttgers einfach drauf gesetzt. Seither läuft es für >>>


      DER MITNEHMER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Rainer Hank Er ist kein neuer Blüm: Rüttgers 1'. November 2006 Eines Tages muß er diesen leeren Stuhl gesehen haben.

Keiner hatte bemerkt, wie lange er schon frei war. Auch er selbst nicht. Aber dann hat sich Jürgen Rüttgers einfach drauf gesetzt. Seither läuft es für >>>


      DEUTSCHLANDS SCHATTENPERSONAL
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Hans Riebsamen Schattenmenschen: Schwarzarbeiter in Deutschland 1'. November 2006 Schattenmenschen. Wie viele mit dem Kehrbesen in der Hand durch deutsche Wohnungen geistern, wie viele die Spülmaschinen in deutschen Gaststätten einräumen, wie viele Zement schaufeln auf deutschen Baustellen, wei >>>


      EIN ABBILD DIESES LANDES
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Berthold Kohler 1'. November 2006 Die Deutschen sind nicht zufrieden mit der großen Koalition.

Sie ist ihrem Schöpfer zu ähnlich. Rechtzeitig vor dem Geburtstag haben sich einige gute Nachrichten in den Strom der schlechten gemischt, der seit Jahren durch die Republik fließt und scho >>>


      EUROP'6;ER SOLLEN HANDELSSCHRANKEN ÖFFNEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Gipfeltreffen in traditioneller Kluft 1'. November 2006 Mit einem dringenden Appell zum Neustart der festgefahrenen Doha–Welthandelsrunde ist am Sonntag in Hanoi der Wirtschaftsgipfel der Pazifik–Anrainerstaaten (Apec) zu Ende gegangen. Die 21 Staats– und Regierungschefs kündigten neue Konzess >>>


      GENERAL WARNT VOR DRITTEM WELTKRIEG
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     John Abizaid: Die Welt steht vor drei großen Hürden 18. November 2006 Der Oberkommandierende der amerikanischen Truppen im Nahen Osten hat vor dem Ausbruch eines Dritten Weltkriegs gewarnt, falls eine Eindämmung des islamischen Extremismus nicht gelingen sollte. Wenn wir heute nicht den Schneid haben, die >>>


      GIPFEL DER VERPAßTEN CHANCEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Nico Fickinger Das Eis wird knapp, die Zeit auch 18. November 2006 Sigmar Gabriel wollte Taten sehen. Mit der Einsetzung neuer Arbeitsgruppen sei es nicht getan, mahnte der deutsche Umweltminister seine Kollegen auf der Klimakonferenz der Vereinten Nationen (UN). Doch genau so ist es gekommen.

Nach einem Ve >>>


      IRAK–KRIEG EIN DESASTER – ODER DOCH NICHT?
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Tony Blair bei Al Dschazira 18. November 2006 Der britische Premierminister Tony Blair hält entgegen anders lautenden Medienberichten den Irak–Krieg nicht für ein Desaster.

Eine entsprechende '6;ußerung Blairs in einem Gespräch mit dem englischsprachigen Programm des Senders Al >>>


      K'6;MPFERISCHE FREUNDE
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Christiane Hoffmann Beziehungsreich: Auch Hillary Clinton pflegt den Kontakt zur Israel–Lobby Aipac 1'. November 2006 Im nachhinein erscheint der Aufsatz von John Mearsheimer und Stephen Walt vom März dieses Jahres wie der Auftakt zu einer Debatte über das amerikanisch–israelische Verhä >>>


      NEUER ANLAUF
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     1'. November 2006 che. Nun fordert auch der Bund der Pazifik–Anrainer (Apec) die Wiederaufnahme der Welthandelsgespräche. Dasselbe hat die Gruppe der zwanzig führenden Industrie– und Schwellenländer (G 20) an diesem Wochenende getan. Zuvor haben sich schon Weltbank und Internationaler W >>>


      &#132;DEUTSCHE TOP–MANAGER VERDIENEN ZU WENIG&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     "Die durchschnittliche Verweildauer von Konzernchefs liegt bei vier bis fünf Jahren": Kevin Kelly 1'. November 2006 Headhunter Kevin Kelly über den Weltmarkt für Konzernchefs, die Honigtöpfe bei Private Equity und das Risiko, gefeuert zu werden.

Herr Kelly, bei VW ist der Vorst >>>


      DER MITNEHMER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Rainer Hank Er ist kein neuer Blüm: Rüttgers 1'. November 2006 Eines Tages muß er diesen leeren Stuhl gesehen haben.

Keiner hatte bemerkt, wie lange er schon frei war. Auch er selbst nicht. Aber dann hat sich Jürgen Rüttgers einfach drauf gesetzt. Seither läuft es für >>>


      DER MITNEHMER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19-11-2006
     Von Rainer Hank Er ist kein neuer Blüm: Rüttgers 1'. November 2006 Eines Tages muß er diesen leeren Stuhl gesehen haben.

Keiner hatte bemerkt, wie lange er schon frei war. Auch er selbst nicht. Aber dann hat sich Jürgen Rüttgers einfach drauf gesetzt. Seither läuft es für >>>



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