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      BLIND ACTIVIST BACK ON TRIAL IN CHINA
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 5:16 AM AP Photo TOK101 By AUDRA ANG Associated Press Writer BEIJING (AP) – A blind activist who was sentenced to more than four years in prison after documenting claims of forced abortions went back on trial Monday in a case that has drawn heavy criticism from human rights advocates.
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      BUSH SET FOR BURST OF TALKS WITH ALLIES
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 2:46 AM AP Photo DCLJ102 By TOM RAUM Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush reaches out to allies this week for help in quelling violence in Iraq and Afghanistan, in a burst of diplomacy from a Baltic summit of NATO partners to Mideast talks with Iraq‘s prime minist >>>


      BUSH TO PRESS ALLIES ON DEFENSE SPENDING
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 8:16 AM AP Photo DCLJ102 By DESMOND BUTLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush‘s agenda at a NATO summit this week will include pressing alliance members to increase defense spending. Aides say many U.S. allies are ill–equipped for modern military operation >>>


      CALLS FOR JUSTICE IN FATAL NYPD SHOOTING
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 11:46 AM AP Photo NYAR105 By DEEPTI HAJELA Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) – An angry crowd shouted No justice, no peace!‘‘ Some called for the ouster of the city‘s police commissioner. Many counted off to 50, the number of rounds that are estimated to hav >>>


      CHARGES ADVISED IN OIL–FOR–FOOD PROBE
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 8:01 AM AP Photo NY115 By ROD McGUIRK Associated Press Writer CANBERRA, Australia (AP) – An Australian inquiry on Monday recommended police pursue criminal charges against 12 business officials in connection with multimillion–dollar kickbacks that the country‘s monopoly wheat e >>>


      CHARGES RECOMMENDED IN OIL–FOR–FOOD SCAM
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 5:46 AM AP Photo NY115 CANBERRA, Australia (AP) – An inquiry into multimillion–dollar kickbacks to former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein paid by Australia‘s monopoly wheat exporter on Monday recommended criminal charges against 11 company officials but found no illegal activity >>>


      COLO. RESIDENTS SPAR OVER PEACE SIGN
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 1:16 AM AP Photo WXS301 By ROBERT WELLER Associated Press Writer DENVER (AP) – A homeowners association in southwestern Colorado has threatened to fine a resident $25 a day until she removes a Christmas wreath with a peace sign that some say is an anti–Iraq war protest or a symbol of >>>


      CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON $3.7B CHINA DAM
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 6:01 AM SHANGHAI, China (AP) – Construction has begun on a $3.7 billion dam in southwestern China that will displace from 88,000 to about 150,000 people, local media reported Monday.

The 6–gigawatt project Xiangjiaba dam on the upper reaches of the Yangtze River and the near >>>


      CROWD DEMANDS ANSWERS IN GROOM KILLING
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 3:16 AM AP Photo NYAR105 By DEEPTI HAJELA Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) – An angry crowd demanded Sunday to know why police officers killed an unarmed man on the day of his wedding, firing dozens of shots that also wounded two of the man‘s friends. Some called for the ouster >>>


      CROWD DEMANDS ANSWERS IN NYPD SHOOTING
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 5:46 AM AP Photo NYAR105 By DEEPTI HAJELA Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) – An angry crowd demanded Sunday to know why police officers killed an unarmed man on the day of his wedding, firing dozens of shots that also wounded two of the man‘s friends. Some called for the ouster >>>


      CROWD DENOUNCES POLICE KILLING OF GROOM
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 1:31 AM AP Photo NYAR107 By DEEPTI HAJELA Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) – An angry crowd demanded Sunday to know why police officers killed an unarmed man on the day of his wedding, firing dozens of shots that also wounded two of the man‘s friends. Some called for the ouster >>>


      ENVOYS ARRIVE IN CHINA FOR N.KOREA TALKS
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 4:46 PM AP Photo BEJ105 By SCOTT McDONALD Associated Press Writer BEIJING (AP) – Top negotiators from the United States and South Korea flew into Beijing Monday for meetings to set a date for renewed talks on North Korea‘s nuclear disarmament.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of Sta >>>


      EX–SADDAM DEPUTY URGES REJECTING TALKS
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 6:16 PM AP Photo LON105 By SALAH NASRAWI Associated Press Writer DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) – A former top deputy to Saddam Hussein has urged followers in a letter to turn down proposals for reconciliation talks with the United States or the Iraqi government, according to former Baath party memb >>>


      EX–THAI GOV‘T BLAMED IN SUSPECTS‘ DEATHS
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 5:01 PM BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) – The powerful army commander who led a coup in September said Monday the government of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra had executed suspected Islamic insurgents expelled to Thailand from Malaysia.

Gen. Sondhi Boonyaratkalin made the asserti >>>


      FIRST RESPONDERS LEARNING SPANISH
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 2:31 PM AP Photo GARF102, GARF106, GARF105, GARF104, GARF103, GARF101 By GIOVANNA DELL‘ORTO Associated Press Writer FORT VALLEY, Ga. (AP) – Every day, emergency responders and law enforcement officers nationwide help non–English–speaking people whose lives might be in imm >>>


      GAZA TRUCE RAISES NEW HOPES FOR TALKS
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 1:46 AM AP Photo JRL14' By IBRAHIM BARZAK Associated Press Writer GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) – Rocket fire from Gaza died down Sunday after a daybreak cease–fire, raising hopes for an end to five months of bloody destruction and a new opening toward peace talks.

The surp >>>


      IMAMS STAGE AIRPORT ‘PRAY–IN‘ AS PROTEST
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 4:46 PM By LESLIE MILLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – Imams, ministers and a rabbi staged a pray–in‘‘ demonstration Monday at Reagan Washington National Airport and demanded an apology from US Airways for barring six Muslims from a Minneapolis to Ph >>>


      INDIA CARRIES OUT ANTI–MISSILE TEST
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 2:46 PM By GAVIN RABINOWITZ Associated Press Writer NEW DELHI (AP) – India on Monday carried out its first successful test interception of a ballistic missile, using a second missile to destroy the incoming rocket, the Defense Ministry said.

If the interceptor missile – the >>>


      IRAQ‘S TALABANI PREPARES FOR IRAN VISIT
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 11:31 AM AP Photo BAG106 By SAMEER N. YACOUB Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) – A curfew that had banned vehicles from the capital‘s streets and closed its international airport to all civilian flights for three days was lifted Monday, clearing the way for Iraqi President J >>>


      IRAQ PRESIDENT ARRIVES IN TEHRAN
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 4:46 PM AP Photo XHS113 By ALI AKBAR DAREINI Associated Press Writer TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iraqi President Jalal Talabani arrived in Tehran on Monday amid increasing calls for Washington to enlist Iran‘s help in calming the escalating violence in neighboring Iraq.

Ta >>>


      KIN DEMAND ANSWERS IN KILLING BY NYPD
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 1:31 AM AP Photos NYAR101–106 By DEEPTI HAJELA Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) – An angry crowd demanded Sunday to know why police officers killed an unarmed man on the day of his wedding, firing dozens of shots that also wounded two of the man‘s friends. Some called for >>>


      LAWMAKERS‘ FAITH IN IRAQ‘S LEADERS WANES
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 2:31 PM AP Photo NY113 By BEN FELLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – The Bush administration is stepping up diplomatic efforts to stabilize Iraq, even as key congressional figures say their confidence in Prime Minister Nouri al–Maliki‘s government is waning.

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      LAWMAKERS LOSE PATIENCE WITH IRAQ GOV‘T
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 4:16 AM AP Photo NY113 By BEN FELLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – Congressional leaders displayed eroding patience in the Iraqi government on Sunday, adding pressure on President Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al–Maliki to find a faster path to peace when they meet >>>


      LEFTIST DECLARES VICTORY IN ECUADOR VOTE
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 4:46 AM AP Photo WECU124 By MONTE HAYES Associated Press Writer QUITO, Ecuador (AP) – A leftist nationalist who is friendly with Venezuela‘s anti–U.S. president held a commanding lead over a Bible–toting banana tycoon in Sunday‘s runoff presidential election in Ecua >>>


      LEFTIST ECONOMIST WINS ECUADOR ELECTION
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 6:16 AM AP Photo QTO103 By MONTE HAYES Associated Press Writer QUITO, Ecuador (AP) – Rafael Correa, a leftist nationalist who is friendly with Venezuela‘s anti–U.S. president, handily defeated a Bible–toting banana tycoon in Ecuador‘s presidential runoff on Sunday, >>>


      MASS. TO SUE BIG DIG COMPANIES
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 2:31 PM BOSTON (AP) – The state is preparing a multimillion–dollar lawsuit against the companies that worked on the Big Dig highway tunnel project, alleging their negligence led to the ceiling collapse that killed a woman, a spokesman said Monday.

Attorney General Tom Reilly >>>


      MASSACHUSETTS TO SUE BIG DIG COMPANIES
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 4:46 PM AP Photo NY10' DENISE LAVOIE Associated Press Writer BOSTON (AP) – The state is preparing a multimillion–dollar lawsuit against the companies that worked on the Big Dig highway tunnel project, alleging their negligence led to the ceiling collapse that killed a woman, a sp >>>


      MEXICO LEADER HAS BRIEF FAINTING SPELL
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 3:01 AM MEXICO CITY (AP) – Outgoing President Vicente Fox suffered a brief fainting spell on Sunday during an outing with legislators at his ranch, the president‘s office said.

Fox‘s office said in a statement the leader suffered a slight fainting spell due t >>>


      MYANMAR ORDERS RED CROSS TO SHUT OFFICES
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 2:31 PM By FRANK JORDANS Associated Press Writer GENEVA (AP) – The military regime in Myanmar has ordered the International Red Cross to close five key field offices in the country, the humanitarian organization said Monday.

Closing the offices in Mandalay, Mawlamyine, Hpa–a >>>


      OFFICER IN BUSH MOTORCADE ACCIDENT DIES
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 1:46 AM AP Photo NY114 HONOLULU (AP) – A motorcycle officer injured last week while escorting President Bush in the islands died Sunday, police said.

Steve Favela, 30, and two other officers crashed their cycles as the presidential motorcade was traveling across Hickam Air Force B >>>


      OHIO GOP REP. RE–ELECTED BY SLIM MARGIN
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 6:16 PM AP Photo OHKS101 By ANDREW WELSH–HUGGINS Associated Press Writer COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Republican Rep. Deborah Pryce won re–election Monday by a margin so slim that a recount will be required.

Unofficial results announced by Franklin County, the last to finish >>>


      OIL–FOR–FOOD INQUIRY CLEARS AUSTRALIA
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 5:16 PM AP Photo NY115 By ROD McGUIRK Associated Press Writer CANBERRA, Australia (AP) – Top officials from Australia‘s monopoly wheat exporter deceived the United Nations and likely broke Australian law by paying more than $200 million to the Saddam Hussein regime under the U.N.&lsq >>>


      OLMERT: PALESTINIANS STAND AT CROSSROADS
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 11:31 AM JERUSALEM (AP) – Israel‘s prime minister said Monday that he hoped to revive long–stalled peace efforts with the Palestinians, saying that they would be able to achieve an independent state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip through talks with Israel.

In what was >>>


      PARAGUAY LEADER FIRES ARMED FORCES CHIEF
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 3:16 AM AP Photo NY1'1 By PEDRO SERVIN Associated Press Writer ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP) – Paraguay‘s president unexpectedly fired the armed forces chief and 58 military and police officers Sunday, calling it a routine reshuffling of the military high command and dismissing suggest >>>


      PETERS MEETS WITH BAINIMARAMA IN FIJI
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 4:31 PM AP Photo SYD102 By PITA LIGAIULA Associated Press Writer SUVA, Fiji (AP) – New Zealand‘s foreign minister met Fiji‘s military commander Monday to try to avert a coup in the troubled South Pacific country, but Australia‘s top diplomat said a takeover by the armed f >>>


      PINOCHET INDICTED FOR 1'73 EXECUTIONS
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 6:16 PM AP Photo SCL101 By EDUARDO GALLARDO Associated Press Writer SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) – Former dictator Gen. Augusto Pinochet was indicted Monday and ordered to remain under house arrest for the execution of two bodyguards of Salvador Allende, the freely elected Marxist president who wa >>>


      PLANE CRASH KILLS 30 IRANIAN GUARDSMEN
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 7:31 AM By NASSER KARIMI Associated Press Writer TEHRAN, Iran (AP)– Iranian state television reported that a plane crashed in the capital early Monday, killing members of the elite Revolutionary Guards, including high–ranking officers, in the third military air plane crash in the las >>>


      POPE FACES DUAL TESTS IN TURKEY
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 8:46 AM AP Photo AJM106 By BRIAN MURPHY AP Religion Writer ATHENS, Greece (AP) – Ever since Pope Benedict XVI wandered into the religious crossfire between Islam and the West, the Vatican has been busy trying to retreat to calmer ground.

Hardly a week has passed since the pope&lsq >>>


      QUICK COUNT: LEFTIST LEADS ECUADOR VOTE
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 1:31 AM AP Photo WECU124 By MONTE HAYES Associated Press Writer QUITO, Ecuador (AP) – A leftist nationalist who is friendly with Venezuela‘s anti–U.S. president held a commanding lead over a Bible–toting banana tycoon in Sunday‘s runoff presidential election in Ecua >>>


      SADDAM‘S KURDISH GENOCIDE TRIAL RESUMES
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 11:46 AM AP Photo LON106 BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) – Saddam Hussein‘s trial on genocide charges against the Kurds resumed Monday after an 1'–day break.

Saddam sat quietly as the chief judge called a prosecution witness to take the stand. His six co–defendants &ndash >>>


      SERB FAILS TO APPEAR AT WAR CRIMES TRIAL
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 2:31 PM By MIKE CORDER Associated Press Writer THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) – A Serbian ultranationalist accused of unleashing a murderous campaign of terror as Yugoslavia crumbled boycotted the start of his war crimes trial on Monday.

U.N. judges stripped Vojislav Seselj of the ri >>>


      SNOW SLOWS HOLIDAY TRAVEL IN THE WEST
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 3:16 AM AP Photo WAJP101 By MIKE STOBBE Associated Press Writer ATLANTA (AP) – The journey home at the end of the long Thanksgiving weekend was smooth sailing for many travelers Sunday, although snow slowed the journey for some in the West.

In Washington, 15 inches of snow fell ne >>>


      SOMALI MILITIA PUTS TROOPS NEAR ETHIOPIA
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 12:46 AM AP Photo NAI114 By MOHAMED OLAD HASSAN Associated Press Writer MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) – The Islamic militia that controls much of southern Somalia dispatched thousands of troops Sunday to within nine miles of the border with Ethiopia, heightening fears that fighting would break o >>>


      SUPREME COURT TO MULL PAY–DISCRIMINATION
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 8:31 AM By MARK SHERMAN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – A former tire plant employee is asking the Supreme Court to uphold a jury verdict in her pay discrimination lawsuit in a case that employers and civil rights groups are watching closely.

Justices were to consider Mo >>>


      TEXAS JURY TO GET SMUGGLING DEATHS TRIAL
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 8:46 AM AP Photo NY107 By JUAN A. LOZANO Associated Press Writer HOUSTON (AP) – A jury that has heard four weeks of sometimes emotionally wrenching testimony from survivors of the nation‘s deadliest human smuggling attempt will soon get the case – without hearing directly from >>>


      THANKSGIVING KILLINGS SHOCK ERITREANS
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 8:46 AM AP Photos of CAOAK101–103 By MARCUS WOHLSEN Associated Press Writer OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – The deadly shooting of a widow, her brother and her mother during Thanksgiving dinner has shocked Eritrean immigrants in Northern California and beyond.

We‘ve n >>>


      TOP TOYOTA ENGINEER DIES IN PLANE CRASH
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 4:31 AM By JEREMIAH MARQUEZ Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) – A Toyota Motor Corp. executive engineer described as the American father of the Prius‘‘ and who was among the country‘s top experts on gas–electric hybrid vehicles died in a plane crash >>>


      TRACES OF RADIATION FOUND AT MORE SITES
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 6:16 PM AP Photo NY126 By PAISLEY DODDS Associated Press Writer LONDON (AP) – Traces of radiation linked to the poisoning death of a former KGB agent turned up Monday at two more sites in London, and three people who showed symptoms of contamination were being tested for the deadly toxin.< >>>


      TURKEY BRACES FOR POPE VISIT
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 2:46 PM AP Photo IST111 By BENJAMIN HARVEY Associated Press Writer ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) – Turkish security teams took up positions around the cities of Ankara and Istanbul on Monday, a day before Pope Benedict XVI begins his first visit to a predominantly Muslim country.

Small pr >>>


      UGANDA CENTER HELPS ANIMALS IN TROUBLE
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 2:31 PM AP Photo NY468 By CHARLES J. HANLEY AP Special Correspondent ENTEBBE, Uganda (AP) – A baby chimpanzee found alone, helpless, in the forest. An African rock python caged and taunted by villagers until it cracks its skull on the metal bars. A rare shoebill crane, a tall, gray–f >>>


      WESTERN SNOW SLOWS SOME HOLIDAY TRAVEL
      Guardian, 27-11-2006
     Monday November 27, 2006 3:16 AM AP Photos FLLAU101–103 By MIKE STOBBE Associated Press Writer ATLANTA (AP) – The journey home at the end of the long Thanksgiving weekend was smooth sailing for many travelers Sunday, although snow slowed the journey for some in the West.

In Washington, 15 inches of >>>


      GAMBLING WITH VULNERABLE LIVES
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Enjoy our blogs Benedict Brogan‘s blog Baz Bamigboye‘s blog Fashion blog Ashes 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 drought order Have y >>>


      ‘GAMING DEN‘ WARNING AS PUBS ARE GIVEN GO AHEAD TO HOLD POKER GAMES
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Card shark: Laws that have banned games of chance played for money from pubs and bars will be lifted next year Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 1 >>>


      A HIGH RATE THAT WON‘T DROP IF YOU MOVE YOUR MONEY
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Not all high rate ‘easy access’ savings account rates are as attractive as they first appear.

With some accounts you’ll lose a month’s worth of interest, however little you withdraw that month – this means that the high rate you first see is not necessarily the rate you’ll get. In fact, new research× from >>>


      AUSTRALIA ROLL OVER ENGLAND TO CLINCH FIRST TEST
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Early loss: Pietersen‘s show of defiance ended in the first over in Brisbane this morning Look here too...

Skip gossip links to more articles Day 5: Australia v England over–by–over Sport headlines Australia v England LIVE Don‘t blow it against Chelsea, warns Sir Alex Mail online‘s >>>


      BA CROSS WOMEN VOWS NO COMPROMISE AS '2–PER CENT OF PUBLIC BACK HER
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     British Airways check–in worker Nadia Eweida and her cross necklace Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first ‘grow y >>>


      BLAIR HINTS OF OPPOSITION TO BA CROSS BAN
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Nadia Eweida wearing the cross at the centre of the row Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views&l >>>


      BONEY STONES: ROLLING STONES DAUGHTERS INHERIT SKINNY GENES
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Elizabeth Jagger and Theodora Richards show off their skinny bodies Showbiz headlines Eton Road boys out of X Factor Faith evicted in battle with Malandra R&B star Jamelia in hospital after collapsing Will warring stars survive the battle of Little Britain?

The blond Mr Bond who wouldn‘t live and let >>>


      BORAT STAR‘S SECRET CHEESY LOCAL TV PAST
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Showbiz headlines On the rebound Britney lets too much hang out on Hilton bender Kate pays up so Pete can stay clean Lindsay: ‘Paris hit me with a drink at party‘ Shane Richie‘s ‘shock suicide attempt‘ Scream on it‘s Take That fans MORE SHOWBIZ Enjoy our blogs Benedict Brogan‘s >>>


      BOY FOUND GUILTY OF KILLING MAN OVER CREME EGG PRANK
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Mr Cumby, 30, was killed after trying to wrap a real egg in a Creme Egg wrapper Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right t >>>


      BT TO CHALLENGE SKY WITH NEW TV ON DEMAND
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challenge Sky with new TV on demand Blair hi >>>


      CAMERON FLATLINING IN THE POLLS AS TORY MP‘S BECOME ANXIOUS OVER LEADERSHIP
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
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      CAMERON FLIES TO IRAQ TO MEET TROOPS AND LEADERS
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challenge Sky with new TV on demand Blair hi >>>


      CAN NICOLE HEAR PATTER OF HAPPY FEET?
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Nicole Kidman with co–star Brittany Murphy at the film premiere Showbiz headlines On the rebound Britney lets too much hang out on Hilton bender Kate pays up so Pete can stay clean Lindsay: ‘Paris hit me with a drink at party‘ Shane Richie‘s ‘shock suicide attempt‘ Scream on it‘ >>>


      COLEEN‘S &#163;1.5M TV DEAL...TO HAND OUT FASHION ADVICE
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Where are her feet? Coleen McLoughlin dressed in strange floor–length trousers Showbiz headlines Eton Road boys out of X Factor Faith evicted in battle with Malandra R&B star Jamelia in hospital after collapsing Will warring stars survive the battle of Little Britain?

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      DOCTOR ‘SENT WOMAN HOME HOURS BEFORE LOSING BABY
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challenge Sky with new TV on demand Blair hi >>>


      DOCUMENTS REVEAL LORD FALCONER MET WITH DOME CONSORTIUM 13 TIMES
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Documents reveal 13 meetings between AEG and the Lord Chancellor Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first ‘grow your own&l >>>


      DOUBLE AMOUNT OF MONEY IS HANDED OUT IN BENEFITS THAT ARE FREE OF RESPONSIBILITY
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
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      DRIVER DIED ‘AFTER QUEUE–JUMP ROW AT TIP‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challenge Sky with new TV on demand Blair hi >>>


      FINGERPRINTING FOR PASSENGERS AT HEATHROW
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Security: New checks are to be introduced at Heathrow Airport Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political v >>>


      FOUR FAMILIES IN TEN COULD BE SUCKED INTO THE DEATH–DUTY TRAP
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Brown reform: Research found inheritance tax now applies to four in 10 households across Great Britain Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times >>>


      FOUR FAMILIES IN TEN COULD BE SUCKED INTO THE DEATH–DUTY TRAP
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Brown reform: Research found inheritance tax now applies to four in 10 households across Great Britain Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: &l >>>


      GRAVE MISTAKE: VICAR ANGERS FAMILIES BY BURYING BODY IN WRONG GRAVE
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Grave error: Duncan Hood, who died aged 38, is buried in the grave on the right. His parents reserved the adjacent plot, now occupied by Alan Povey (top) Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reve >>>


      HALF OF TEACHERS MAKE SIMPLE APOSTROPHE MISTAKE
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Testing times: Two–thirds of teachers made a basic apostrophe mistake in a test given to more than 2,000 workers from key professions Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falcon >>>


      IS THIS YOUR CAFE CULTURE, TESSA?
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
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      IT DOESN‘T COME WITH A GARAGE... IT IS ONE
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Pit–stop: the living area of the property in Brockley and below, the timber outside Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public h >>>


      MAKESHIFT ‘RORKE‘S DRIFT‘ UNIT OF MEDICS AND ENGINEERS HOLDS OUT TALIBAN
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Local police are trained by soldiers from the Royal Marines in Gereshk, Helmand Province, Afghanistan.

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      MAN CHARGED OVER DEATH OF FOUR–YEAR–OLD GIRL
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Leticia Aalayah Wright Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap Spy murder police find new poison traces at West End offices ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first &ls >>>


      MONDAY 27TH IS UNLUCKIER THAN FRIDAY 13TH
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first ‘grow your own‘ knee transplant Now councils install spy cameras at rubbish >>>


      MOST PARENTS UNAWARE IF THEIR SON OR DAUGHTER IS SEXUALLY ACTIVE
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Most parents are happy to leave the whole question of sex education to teachers.

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      MOTORIST LAUNCHES ‘HIDDEN‘ SPEED SIGN TEST CASE
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Test case: Businessman John Coombes was enraged when he was found guilty and fined for speeding in a 30mph zone Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s >>>


      MPS CALL FOR SMACKING BAN CITING HUMAN RIGHTS FEARS
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first ‘grow your own‘ knee transplant Now councils install spy cameras at rubbish >>>


      NATIONAL DEBT IS THREE TIMES HIGHER THAN GOVERNMENT CLAIMS
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first ‘grow your own‘ knee transplant Now councils install spy cameras at rubbish >>>


      NETWORK RAIL MAKES FIRST EVER PROFIT
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challenge Sky with new TV on demand Blair hi >>>


      NO NEED FOR ALARM, SAYS REID AS THREE ARE TESTED FOR RADIATION
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Poisoned: Alexander Litvinenko Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challenge Sky >>>


      ON THE REBOUND BRITNEY LETS TOO MUCH HANG OUT ON
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Britney Spears nearly pops out of her dress when out partying with Paris Hilton Showbiz headlines Eton Road boys out of X Factor Faith evicted in battle with Malandra R&B star Jamelia in hospital after collapsing Will warring stars survive the battle of Little Britain?

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      PATIENTS TO RATE GPS IN POLL WHICH COULD SEE DOCTORS‘ PAY DOCKED
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Poll: Poor performing doctors‘ pay could be reduced Health news ‘Why I believe every parent has a right to choose their baby‘s sex‘ Warm milk and garlic? It might sound vile — but it‘ll beat the bugs Home testing kits put to the test Junk food ban on ads slammed by critics as ‘missed >>>


      POLICE WATCHDOG CLEARS OFFICERS INVOLVED IN VIOLENT HUNTING PROTEST
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Shocking images of demonstrators being clubbed to the ground rocked Westminster in 2004 Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first >>>


      SCOTLAND YARD HUNT FOR ‘IGOR THE ASSASSIN‘ AS RUSSIAN AS HAIN BREAKS RANKS TO ATTACK PUTIN
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Peter Hain: ‘His (Putin‘s) success in that must be balanced against the fact there have been huge attacks on individual liberty and on democracy Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents r >>>


      SCRAWL IS REVEALED: BROWN NOTE ‘SHOWS HIS CHARACTER‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Gordon Brown and his scrawl Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challenge Sky wi >>>


      SEARCH CONTINUES FOR CAPSIZED BOAT BOY
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Missing: Kyle Moore Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap Spy murder police find new poison traces at West End offices ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first &lsquo >>>


      SHANE RICHIE‘S ‘SHOCK SUICIDE ATTEMPT‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     He‘s had his ups and downs both on and off the big screen, but fear not – things have not got that bad for Shane Richie. The 42–year–old, best known for his role as Alfie Moon in BBC‘s Eastenders, gave passer–bys a shock as he screamed ‘Why me?‘ teetering on a 22–sto >>>


      SHOPPERS FLOCK TO NEW YORK FOR CHRISTMAS BARGAINS
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Shoppers snap up bargains in New York Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challe >>>


      STORM AS TORY MP SENDS EMAIL SAYING MOST CRIMINALS ARE BLACK
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Email: Bob Spink MP Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challenge Sky with new T >>>


      SUPERMARKET BEER PRICES HIT ALL–TIME LOW
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Beer prices this year could go even lower in the run–up to Christmas. Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first ‘grow >>>


      TACKLE RACE DIVISIONS OR BRITAIN WILL GO TO DOGS, WARNS PHILLIPS
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Warning: Trevor Phillips Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challenge Sky with >>>


      TEENAGE ‘WANNABE JEDI‘ CLIP MOST WATCHED VIRAL VIDEO EVER
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     The footage of Ghyslain Raza – known on the web as "Star Wars Kid" – has been viewed a staggering '00 million times (See the video below) Showbiz headlines Eton Road boys out of X Factor Faith evicted in battle with Malandra R&B star Jamelia in hospital after collapsing Will warring stars s >>>


      TEENAGERS GUILTY OF KILLING CITY LAWYER
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Donnel Carty. left, and Delano Brown Headlines No need for alarm, says Reid as three are tested for radiation Marine‘s Iraq death caused by ‘serious failings‘ Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ BT to challen >>>


      THE FUTURE IS FLAT AS DIXONS WITHDRAWS SALE OF ‘BIG BOX‘ TELEVISIONS
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     The future is flat: The new ‘box‘ set Headlines Anger as 10 million families dragged into inheritance tax trap ‘Gaming den‘ warning as pubs are given go ahead to hold poker games Documents reveal Lord Falconer met with Dome consortium 13 times Woman has first ‘grow your own‘ knee tran >>>


      THE STUNNING SIZE 12 MODEL BRANDED ‘TOO FAT‘ FOR TV COMPETITION
      The Daily Mail, 27-11-2006
     Curvy Jen Hunter and skinny Marianne Berglund Showbiz headlines Eton Road boys out of X Factor Faith evicted in battle with Malandra R&B star Jamelia in hospital after collapsing Will warring stars survive the battle of Little Britain?

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