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      BROWNS DIDN‘T KNOW THEY CARRIED CYSTIC FIBROSIS GENE
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah had no inkling that either of them was a carrier of the cystic fibrosis Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals >>>


      CAMERON ENDORSES ‘SLOW FOOD‘ MOVEMENT
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Cameron will urge people to grow their own vegetables Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cas >>>


      CAMPAIGN FOR A REAL CHRISTMAS: RELIGIOUS LEADERS UNITE AGAINST POLITICAL CORRECTNESS
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash–for–peerages probe close to prosecution >>>


      DAY 1: AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND OVER–BY–OVER REPORT
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Dangerman: Kevin Pietersen Look here too...

Skip gossip links to more articles Day 1 of second Ashes Test in Adelaide Sport headlines Andrew ends Robinson saga with the bullet Boost for England as skipper Vaughan set to play for Academy side Mail online‘s FREE fantasy league Des Kelly: No heart among Chel >>>


      DETECTIVE LEADING CASH–FOR–PEERAGES PROBE CLOSE TO PROSECUTION
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Blair: expected to be quizzed by police as the probe continues Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective le >>>


      DIY GIVES WAY TO DFU (DONE FOR YOU) THANKS TO IMMIGRANT LABOUR
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
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      DOSSIER SHOWS BRITAIN DELUGED BY EAST EUROPEAN MIGRANTS
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     A coach arrives from Eastern Europe Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash–for– >>>


      FAYED MOUNTS A LEGAL BATTLE OVER ‘SECRET‘ DIANA HEARINGS
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Legal action: Mohamed al Fayed believes the inquests of Princess Diana and his son Dodi should be held in public Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death, toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Al >>>


      FURY AT PLANS FOR SECRET DIANA INQUEST
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash–for–peerages probe close to prosecution >>>


      FURY OVER BBC‘S PLANS TO GIVE EXTREMISTS A PLATFORM
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Peter Horrocks wants more airtime given to extremist groups such as the BNP Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death, toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Al Qaeda cyber–terrorists target W >>>


      HEWITT ORDERS HOSPITALS TO PUBLISH CANCER SURVIVAL TABLES
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash–for–pee >>>


      HOME OFFICE STAFF CAN JOIN ISLAMIC EXTREMISTS
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash–for–peerages probe close to prosecution >>>


      HOW NOT TO HOLD THE BABY: WILLIAM‘S HUG ‘WAS HEALTH RISK‘
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
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      INDIAN CITY WORKER SUES FOR RACIAL DISCRIMINATION OVER ‘KUMARS AT NO.42 INSULT‘
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Ms Sagoo: The 80,000–a–year vice–president of ING claims her career hit a ‘glass ceiling‘ because of racism Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by Ea >>>


      MAP OF ROMAN BRITAIN REDRAWN AS SARCOPHAGUS IS UNEARTHED IN CHURCH
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash–for–peerages probe close to prosecution >>>


      MOTORISTS‘ REVENGE – A &#163;300,000 BLITZ ON PAY AND DISPLAYS
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
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      NEW REPORT SAYS SIR ROY COULD HAVE BEEN RIGHT ON COT DEATH
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Controversial paediatrician Professor Sir Roy Meadow Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash >>>


      NOW PAY–AS–YOU–GO ROAD TAXES ARE IN PROSPECT
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
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      PENSIONER AWAKES TO LAKE IN BACK GARDEN AFTER THAMES MAINS BURST
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Lawn lake: This was the devastating scene at the pensioner‘s 500,000 home Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let j >>>


      PENSIONER IN PAIN TRAPPED IN ''' HOSPITAL DISCHARGE FARCE
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Derek Ogley, safe at home Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash–for–peerages p >>>


      PUBLIC SPENDING BONANZA ‘HAS LEFT THE NORTH POORER‘
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash–for–peerages probe close to prosecution >>>


      REID REVEALS BUY–TO–LET JAILS
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Mr Reid has failed to secure enough money to build 8,000 new cells Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detectiv >>>


      STEM CELL TRIAL MAY BRING END OF BACK PAIN FOR MILLIONS
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     The University of Manchester has developed a stem cell cure that could totally regenerate damaged tissues Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveal >>>


      THE MYSTERY OF THE SEAL FOUND IN COUNTRY LANE 3–MILES FROM NEAREST RIVER
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Joanna, Mary and Elizabeth at the spot where they found the Sid the seal Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails De >>>


      TWO IN THREE TOWN HALLS CUTTING BACK ON HOME HELP FOR THE ELDERLY, SAY INSPECTORS
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     In demand: Two thirds of the town halls responsible for providing home help to the elderly only provide it to those with the most serious problems Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain delu >>>


      WHY GIVING A GOAT FOR CHRISTMAS ‘HINDERS THOSE IN POVERTY‘
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Reid reveals buy–to–let jails Detective leading cash–for–peerages probe close to prosecution >>>


      AL QAEDA CYBER–TERRORISTS TARGET WALL ST
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Braced: Wall Street could be an al Qaeda target Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death, toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Al Qaeda cyber–terrorists target Wall St Detective leading cas >>>


      THERE WILL BE NO ‘GRACEFUL EXIT‘ FROM IRAQ, SAYS BUSH
      The Daily Mail, 01-12-2006
     Agreement: President Bush and Iraqi PM al Maliki met to discuss Iraq‘s future Headlines Now pay–as–you–go road taxes are in prospect After spy‘s death, toxin is found at 12 London sites and on five jets Dossier shows Britain deluged by East European migrants Al Qaeda cyber–terrorists >>>


      BUSINESS GROUPS SUPPORT TAX REVAMP
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     A A A Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 5.

Business Groups Support Tax Revamp Bloomberg The country‘s three business groups plan to support proposals by a top aide to President Vladimir Putin to revamp the country‘s profit, value–added and social taxes, Kommersant reported Thursday, c >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 6.

Business in Brief Sakhalin–2 Budget Rejected?

The $22 billion budget request by the Royal Dutch Shell–led Sakhalin–2 venture may be rejected as submitted, Interfax reported Thursday, citin >>>


      DEMOCRACY FOR EVERYMAN
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 8. Democracy for Everyman By Michele A. Berdy To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should be sent by fax to (7–4 >>>


      DOLLAR FALLS BUT NOT EVERYONE‘S DOWN
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 7. Dollar Falls but Not Everyone‘s Down By Simon Shuster Staff Writer Vladimir Filonov / MT A currency exchange office offering an even 26 rubles to the dollar near Detsky Mir in central Moscow on Thursday.

The impact of a dropping dollar rippled through the mark >>>


      DRIVERS FURIOUS OVER GAS PRICES
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 6. Drivers Furious Over Gas Prices By Douglas Busvine Reuters The government, the Federal Anti–Monopoly Service and ordinary drivers suspect that gasoline prices are being fixed, but if oil companies are rigging the market, they may not get away with it for much longer.>>>


      FROM TV PLANT TO SECRETIVE BUSINESS EMPIRE
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     A A A Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 1.

From TV Plant to Secretive Business Empire By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer www.payer.de Suleiman Kerimov Billionaire Suleiman Kerimov, who was seriously injured after crashing his Ferrari in France last Saturday, went from balancing the books at a television f >>>


      HIGHER ELECTRICITY, GAS PRICES APPROVED
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 1. Higher Electricity, Gas Prices Approved By Anatoly Medetsky Staff Writer Mikhail Fomichev / Itar–Tass Khristenko attending a Cabinet meeting on Thursday with his plan in hand.

The Cabinet on Thursday agreed to let gas and electricity be sold at market prices i >>>


      NEW TURBINE STANDS IDLE AT POWER PLANT
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 5. New Turbine Stands Idle at Power Plant By Simon Shuster Staff Writer Gazprom is refusing to provide natural gas to a $375 million turbine unveiled this week at the NorthWest Thermal Power Plant, the plant‘s chief said Thursday.

That means the 450–megawat >>>


      VIMPELCOM Q3 PROFIT SOARS 38%
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 7. VimpelCom Q3 Profit Soars 38% Reuters Vimpelcom reported on Thursday its best–ever third–quarter results, beating market expectations and sending its shares to an all–time high.

The company said in a statement that its net profit grew by 38 percent >>>


      4 AIRPLANES CHECKED FOR RADIATION
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 1.
4 Airplanes Checked for Radiation By Carl Schreck, Catherine Belton and David Nowak Staff Writers Mikhail Metzel / AP Security officers guarding a grounded British Airways jetliner at Domodedovo Airport on Thursday. A minivan for radiation specialists is parked nearby.>>>


      A TALL BUILDING WITH A VERY DEEP PROBLEM
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 8. A Tall Building With a Very Deep Problem Vedomosti The winning design in a competition to build a 300–meter high office tower for Gazprom Neft in St. Petersburg was to be announced on Friday. The story has received much attention both as a result of Gazprom‘s inv >>>


      DAVYDENKO UP FOR DAVIS CUP NUPTIALS
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 20. Davydenko Up for Davis Cup Nuptials Combined Reports Misha Japaridze / AP Davydenko and Chela posing by the Davis Cup trophy after the draw on Thursday in Moscow. They are due to play one another in the tournament‘s first match.

Nikolai Davydenko has postpone >>>


      DEMOCRACY FOR EVERYMAN
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 8. Democracy for Everyman By Michele A. Berdy To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should be sent by fax to (7–4 >>>


      DOLLAR FALLS BUT NOT EVERYONE‘S DOWN
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 7. Dollar Falls but Not Everyone‘s Down By Simon Shuster Staff Writer Vladimir Filonov / MT A currency exchange office offering an even 26 rubles to the dollar near Detsky Mir in central Moscow on Thursday.

The impact of a dropping dollar rippled through the mark >>>


      FROM TV PLANT TO SECRETIVE BUSINESS EMPIRE
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     A A A Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 1.

From TV Plant to Secretive Business Empire By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer www.payer.de Suleiman Kerimov Billionaire Suleiman Kerimov, who was seriously injured after crashing his Ferrari in France last Saturday, went from balancing the books at a television f >>>


      GAIDAR DELIBERATELY POISONED, AIDE SAYS
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 3. Gaidar Deliberately Poisoned, Aide Says Combined Reports Former Prime Minister Yegor Gaidar, who was hospitalized last week after a violent illness, appears to have been deliberately poisoned, Gaidar‘s spokesman, Valery Natarov, said late Thursday, The Associated Press >>>


      HIGHER ELECTRICITY, GAS PRICES APPROVED
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 1. Higher Electricity, Gas Prices Approved By Anatoly Medetsky Staff Writer Mikhail Fomichev / Itar–Tass Khristenko attending a Cabinet meeting on Thursday with his plan in hand.

The Cabinet on Thursday agreed to let gas and electricity be sold at market prices i >>>


      KRAMNIK‘S SOLID DEFENSE KEEPS DEEP FRITZ AT BAY
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 20. Kramnik‘s Solid Defense Keeps Deep Fritz at Bay The Associated Press BONN, Germany –– World chess champion Vladimir Kramnik held computer program Deep Fritz to a draw Wednesday in the third game of the man vs. machine match.

Unlike the first two g >>>


      NEW TURBINE STANDS IDLE AT POWER PLANT
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 5. New Turbine Stands Idle at Power Plant By Simon Shuster Staff Writer Gazprom is refusing to provide natural gas to a $375 million turbine unveiled this week at the NorthWest Thermal Power Plant, the plant‘s chief said Thursday.

That means the 450–megawat >>>


      RUSSIA HEMS AND HAWS ON KOSOVO INDEPENDENCE
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 3. Russia Hems and Haws on Kosovo Independence By Nabi Abdullaev Staff Writer Russian officials said Thursday that Moscow would recognize Kosovo independence only after Serbia did, adding that Kosovo should negotiate one–on–one with Belgrade.

"We once >>>


      THE PECULIAR CASE OF KOSOVO
      The Moscow Times, 01-12-2006
     Friday, December 1, 2006. Issue 3552. Page 8. The Peculiar Case of Kosovo By Borut Grgic To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should be sent by fax to (7–4 >>>


      LAO, CAMBODIAN PMS TO CO–CHAIR TRIPARTITE MEETING IN VIETNAM
      Nhan Dan, 01-12-2006
     Lao Prime Minister Bouasone Bouphavanh and Cambodian counterpart Hun Sen will co–chair the fourth Meeting of the PMs of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia at the invitation of Vietnamese PM Nguyen Tan Dung, announced the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry on November 30.

The meeting is scheduled for December 4–5 i >>>


      MEETING MARKS 50TH
      Nhan Dan, 01-12-2006
     forces A solemn meeting was held by the General Staff of the Vietnam People‘s Army in Hanoi on November 30 to celebrate the 50th founding anniversary of the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces (December 2) and the 80th birthday of President Fidel Castro.

Opening the function, Lieut. Gen. Nguyen Khac Nghien, >>>


      NA CHAIRMAN PRAISES EFFORTS BY OVERSEAS REPRESENTATIVE OFFICES
      Nhan Dan, 01-12-2006
     Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong was speaking at a meeting with more than 80 heads of Vietnam‘s overseas representative offices who are attending the 25th conference of the diplomatic sector in Hanoi.

The NA Chairman urged officials working overseas to closely follow strategic research and to help the Party and >>>


      NORWAY TO HELP OUT FEMALE MPS
      Nhan Dan, 01-12-2006
     Norway has committed two–thirds of a US $'0,000 project that aims to increase the number of National Assembly female delegates to 30% by the next term from the current 27.3%.

The aid accord was signed between the National Committee for Women‘s Advancement (NCWA) and the Norwegian Embassy in Hano >>>


      PRESIDENT APPRECIATES RED CROSS‘S HUMANITARIAN SUPPORTS
      Nhan Dan, 01-12-2006
     Receiving the visiting ICRC Vice President, Jacques Forster, President Triet expressed his pleasure at the fine relationship between the ICRC and the Vietnamese government and praised the ICRC official‘s contributions to Vietnam‘s humanitarian activities.

The President stressed the Vietnamese people >>>


      DIE LEBENSZEITFABRIK
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Von Axel Wermelskirchen, Arusha/Daressalam 01. Dezember 2006 Zur Stunde des Pan liegt die Sonne lastend auf Arusha, einer Großstadt weit im Norden Tansanias, von der aus Touristen aus aller Welt mit großen Jeeps in die Nationalparks aufbrechen, zu den Löwen, Elefanten und Giraffen. Die Blätter der Ma >>>


      &#132;GLOBALISIERUNG GESTALTEN&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Auf dem Weg zum âЂžHamburger ProgrammâЂť: SPD–Generalsekretär Heil und der Vorsitzende Beck 01. Dezember 2006 Ein erster vollständiger Entwurf für das neue SPD–Grundsatzprogramm ist am Donnerstag von der Parteiführung den Mitgliedern der Programmkommission zugestellt w >>>


      &#132;WIR HABEN EINEN WEG GEFUNDEN&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     01. Dezember 2006 Union und SPD haben einem Bericht zufolge bei ihren Verhandlungen über einen besseren Schutz der Nichtraucher einen Durchbruch erzielt. Wir haben einen Weg gefunden, der den Nichtraucherschutz in Deutschland deutlich verbessert und der mehrheitsfähig ist, sagte Gesundheits–Staatssekret& >>>


      BUNDESTAG ERHÖHT RENTENBEITR'6;GE
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Europäische Union Ausland Vereinte Nationen Kirche & Religion Die Gegenwart Politische Bücher FAZ.NET fragt

Sollte ein weiterer Versuch unternommen werden, die NPD zu verbieten? Ja, denn sie ist eindeutig verfassungs– feindlich Das hätte keine Aussicht auf Erfolg Dafür müß >>>


      KEIN ENDE DER STASI–GESCHICHTE
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Von Mechthild Küpper, Berlin "Seit langem bekannter Sachverhalt": Marianne Birthler 01. Dezember 2006 Der Tag, an dem SPD, CDU/CSU, FDP und Grüne das Stasi–Unterlagengesetz novellierten, gehörte überraschenderweise nicht etwa den inoffiziellen Mitarbeitern (IM), sondern den hauptamtli >>>


      TÜRKISCHE ZEITUNGEN WÜRDIGEN PAPST–BESUCH
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Weithin beachtet: Benedikts Besuch in der Blauen Moschee 01. Dezember 2006 Der Papst beendet heute seinen viertägigen Türkei–Besuch.

Zum Abschluß bekräftigte Benedikt XVI. seine Botschaft der Versöhnung. Die Kirche wolle niemandem etwas aufzwingen, aber in Freiheit leben, sagte er >>>


      12.000 NEUE JOBS FÜR RHEIN–MAIN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Von Jochen Remmert 17.500 Jobs werden bis Jahresende in Frankfurt und der Region entstanden sein, sagt die IHK.
01. Dezember 2006 Die Wirtschaft im Rhein–Main–Gebiet hat in diesem Jahr so kraftvoll zugelegt wie seit sechs Jahren nicht mehr. Und sie wird auch im nächsten Jahr – wenn auch etwas >>>


      BUNDESTAG ERHÖHT RENTENBEITR'6;GE
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Bundestag erhöht Rentenbeiträge 01. Dezember 2006 Die Beitragsanhebung in der Rentenversicherung ist beschlossene Sache. Mit den Stimmen der großen Koalition erhöhte der Bundestag am Donnerstag abend die Beiträge von 1',5 auf 1',' Prozent vom kommenden Jahr an. Im Gegenzug senkten di >>>


      HOLPRIGER START FÜR SONYS PLAYSTATION
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Lieferschwierigkeiten hemmen den Verkauf 30. November 2006 Sony hat nach Angaben des führenden Herstellers von Computerspielen zum Verkaufsstart der Playstation 3 nur halb so viele Konsolen verkauft wie geplant. Die Nachfrage sei zwar hoch, sagte Electronic–Arts–Chef Larry Probst. Allerdings habe Sony m >>>


      IBERIA STREITET MIT BRITISH AIRWAYS
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Auf der Strecke Europa–Lateinamerika ist Iberia Marktführer 30. November 2006 Die führende spanische Fluggesellschaft Iberia hat ihre Verbindung mit British Airways in Frage gestellt. In einem Gespräch mit der spanischen Wirtschaftszeitung ExpansiónâЂś sagte das für Finanzen und >>>


      RENTE MIT 67 – DIE EINZELHEITEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     30. November 2006 Wegen der steigenden Lebenserwartung und der sinkenden Geburtenzahlen erscheint die Verschiebung des Rentenbeginns als eine notwendige Maßnahme, um in der Zeit bis 2030 einen übermäßigen Anstieg des Beitragssatzes oder eine übermäßige Senkung des Rentenniveaus zu verm >>>


      THYSSEN–KRUPP KOMMT BEI DOFASCO–ÜBERNAHME NICHT WEITER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Thyssen–Krupp tut sich schwer mit Dofasco 13. November 2006 Der Thyssen–Krupp–Konzern hat im Übernahmekampf um den kanadischen Stahlhersteller Dofasco einen Rückschlag erlitten. Der Stahlkonzern Arcelor Mittal teilte am Montag mit, die zur Kontrolle der Dofasco–Anteile eingerichtete nie >>>


      THYSSEN–KRUPP: REKORDGEWINN UND HÖHERE DIVIDENDE
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Die Geschäfte laufen gut bei Thyssen–Krupp 01. Dezember 2006 Der Thyssen–Krupp–Konzern hat dank des Stahlbooms im abgelaufenen Geschäftsjahr ein Rekordergebnis eingefahren. Mit einem um gut 56 Prozent gestiegenen Vorsteuerergebnis von 2,623 Milliarden Euro sei das im September zu Ende gegange >>>


      VON DER FREUDE, FACHFRAU ZU SEIN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 01-12-2006
     Von Sabine Raiser Karrieresprung – bei FAZ.NET 01. Dezember 2006 Arbeitsmarktforscher weisen darauf hin: Trotz weiterhin hoher Arbeitslosenzahlen wird es einen Fachkräftemangel geben. Ein Szenario, das paradox wie auch ungesund ist – für die Betriebe, die Volkswirtschaft und in gewisser Hinsicht au >>>


      ACADEMIC SYMPOSIUM ON SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL INFORMATION HELD
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– An academic symposium on scientific and technological information was sponsored by the Central Committee of the Korean General Federation of Science and Technology at the Grand People‘s Study House on Nov. 28 and 2'.

It was attended by officials, scienti >>>


      CUBAN EMBASSY OFFICIALS VISIT MILITARY UNIVERSITY
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– Cuban Ambassador to the DPRK Ruben Perez Valdes and embassy officials visited Kim Il Sung Military University and other places on Nov. 28 and 2' on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolutionary armed forces.

When they visited the university, >>>


      DEVELOPING DPRK WOMEN‘S FOOTBALL
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– The history of women‘s football in the DPRK is not long.

Since a measure was taken in Juche 74(1'85) to organize women‘s football teams, teenage girls began to play football with a dream of displaying the honor of the country.

It was the S >>>


      DPRK FIGURE SKATERS PROVE SUCCESSFUL AT CHAMPIONSHIP
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– DPRK figure skaters carried off two gold medals in the 2006 Asian Novice and Junior Figure–Skating Championship held in Bangkok from November 22 to 24.

The championship brought together ace figure skaters from eight countries and regions of Asia.

Ki >>>


      GREETINGS TO PRESIDENT OF CENTRAL AFRICA
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the DPRK Supreme People‘s Assembly, Tuesday sent a message of greetings to Army Major General Francois Bozize, president of the Republic of Central Africa, on the occasion of the 48th anniversary of its proclamation.
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      INDEFINITE ALL–OUT ACTION DECLARED BY S. KOREAN WORKERS
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– The Federation of south Korean Trade Unions reportedly held a "national meeting of workers" in Seoul on Nov.
25 to declare an indefinite all–out action.

It was attended by at least 40,000 members of the federation. The chairman of the federatio >>>


      INTENSIFIED STRUGGLE AGAINST GNP CALLED FOR
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– Rodong Sinmun today in a signed article calls upon all Koreans at home and abroad to intensify the struggle for frustrating the pro–U.S. sycophantic and traitorous acts of the Grand National Party of south Korea and its anti–reunification moves for confrontatio >>>


      KIM JONG IL INSPECCIONA COMPANIA FEMENINA DE UNIDAD NO. 1174 DEL EPC
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Ѓ@Pyongyang, 30 de noviembre (ATCC) –– El Dirigente Kim Jong Il, Secretario General del Partido del Trabajo de Corea, Presidente del Comite de Defensa Nacional de la Republica Popular Democratica de Corea y Comandante Supremo del Ejercito Popular de Corea, inspecciono la compania femenina Bandera Roja de >>>


      KIM JONG IL INSPECCIONA LA UNIDAD NO. 1324 DEL EPC
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Ѓ@Pyongyang, 30 de noviembre (ATCC) –– El Dirigente Kim Jong Il, Secretario General del Partido del Trabajo de Corea, Presidente del Comite de Defensa Nacional de la Republica Popular Democratica de Corea y Comandante Supremo del Ejercito Popular de Corea, inspecciono la Unidad no. 1324 del EPC.

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      MIEMBROS DE EMBAJADA CUBANA VISITAN VARIOS LUGARES
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Ѓ@Pyongyang, 30 de noviembre (ATCC) –– En ocasion del cincuentenario del Dia de las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba, el embajador extraordinario y plenipotenciario de la Republica de Cuba en Corea, Ruben Perez Valdes, y otros miembros de la sede diplomatica recorrieron los dias 28 y 2' la Acad >>>


      MORE THAN 170 CASES OF U.S. AERIAL ESPIONAGE AGAINST DPRK IN NOVEMBER
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– The U.S. imperialist aggressor forces committed more than 170 cases of aerial espionage against the DPRK by mobilizing strategic and tactical reconnaissance planes with diverse missions in November, according to military sources.

On Nov. 30 south Korea–based >>>


      NATIONAL DAY OF ROMANIA OBSERVED
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– A film show was arranged by the DPRK–Romania Friendship Association at the Taedonggang Club for the Diplomatic Corps on Nov. 2' on the occasion of the national day of Romania.

Present there on invitation were Ioan Dedean, Romanian charge d‘affaires >>>


      NORTH–SOUTH MEDIA SEMINAR HELD
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Mt. Kumgang Resort, November 2' (KCNA) –– A seminar on the subject of "Implementation of the June 15 Joint Declaration and Role of Mediapersons in the North and the South" was held at Mt. Kumgang Resort on Wednesday.

The seminar was attended by the members of the north side delegati >>>


      QUALITY PAINTING MATERIALS PRODUCED
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– The Korea Jonghyang Foreign Technical Exchange Company in the DPRK produces quality painting materials to meet the ever–increasing demand for them.

With the very strong adhesive power the materials are strong in resistance to humidity and heat.

In p >>>


      SUCCESS MADE IN CREATION OF MUSIC AND DANCES
      Кореан Ньюс, 01-12-2006
      Pyongyang, November 30 (KCNA) –– The creators and artistes in the DPRK have made signal success in the creation of music and dance pieces dealing with the revolutionary struggle and diverse aspects of people‘s life over the last more than decade.

They created songs successfully representing >>>


      A ‘GUEST‘ OF THE TALIBAN
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     Asia Times Online correspondent Syed Saleem Shahzad returned safely to his home in Karachi on Wednesday after being held for a harrowing six days in the captivity of the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Along with fellow journalist Qamar Yousufzai, Shahzad was detained by the Taliban on November 21 after entering the Ba >>>


      AFGHANS BATTLE TO COMBAT THREATS OF DRUGS AND AIDS
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     The men sitting around the room at the Nejat Centre have little left but hope

– the hope that one day they will be freed from the drugs that have destroyed their lives and those of their families.

Afghanistan, heroin supplier to the world, now has its own problem with addiction, largely ignored a >>>


      EUROPEAN COMMISSION SAYS ONE BILLION EURO PLEDGE TO AFGHANISTAN COMPLETED
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     billion euro pledge to Afghanistan completed Brussels, Nov 30, IRNA In 2002 the European Commission had pledged one billion euro over five years to support the reconstruction and development process of Afghanistan.

Today the final commitments to realize this pledge have been approved, said the Commission in a s >>>


      FEATURE–AN AFGHAN BOMBER‘S TALE SHEDS LIGHT ON MOTIVES
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     By Paul Holmes KABUL, Nov 2' (Reuters) – Mumtaz Ahmad spent more than three years at a madrasa in Pakistan learning the Koran, then pursued his pious desire to become a Qari‘ –– one who recites the Muslim holy book –– at a similar Islamic religious school in Kabul.

His ex >>>


      HEKMATYAR WANTS BUSH TO BE RE–ELECTED
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     Javed Hamim KABUL, Nov 28 (Pajhwok Afghan News): Fugitive leader and one of the most wanted militant commanders Gulbuddin Hekmatyar said he would be pleased with President George W. Bush again winning presidential election to see how ‘more stupidly‘ the US government will run the affairs in more five years.< >>>


      MARINES ‘UPSET‘ OVER PAY BLUNDER
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     A defence minister has admitted that Royal Marines would be "disappointed and upset" after being falsely led to believe they would get a Ł3,000 bonus.

More than 4,000 marines serving in Afghanistan thought they would get the payment after a Royal Navy blunder.

Derek Twigg said: "I u >>>


      PAKISTAN REGISTERS 525,000 AFGHANS
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – Pakistan has registered 525,000 Afghans on its soil as part of a new campaign to address the problems of war refugees, illegal immigrants and Taliban infiltrators, the government said Thursday.

The registration, which includes taking photos of Afghans and issuing identification cards >>>


      PAKISTAN REJECTS AFGHANISTAN‘S STATEMENT ON NEW SET UP
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     Islamabad, Nov 2', IRNA Pakistan has angrily rejected a statement from the Afghan Foreign Ministry that Islamabad has called for a new coalition government in Afghanistan.

The Afghan Foreign Ministry in a statement on Wednesday said that Pakistan has told the NATO foreign ministers that Taliban should be in >>>


      SCHOOL INAUGURATED IN HERAT
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     Ahmad Qureshi HERAT CITY, Nov 28 (Pajhwok Afghan News): A boys‘ middle school was inaugurated on Tuesday in Raoza Bagh village of Ghuzra district in the western Herat province.

Mohammaddin Fahim, director of the Education Department, told Pajhwok Afghan News the Italian–led Provincial Reconstruction >>>


      SUICIDE BOMBER KILLS 2 IN AFGHANISTAN
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     By NOOR KHAN Associated Press Wed Nov 2', 11:31 AM ET KANDAHAR, Afghanistan – A suicide bomber on a motorcycle blew himself up next to a NATO convoy in southern Afghanistan on Wednesday, killing two civilians.

It was the third straight day troops there have been hit by suicide attacks.

No NAT >>>


      TALIBAN SCOFF AT NATO TROOP INCREASE
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     Thu Nov 30, 4:41 AM ET KABUL (Reuters) – NATO‘s plans to send more soldiers to Afghanistan to quell a resurgent Taliban would simply give the rebels more targets, a guerrilla commander said on Thursday.

"Increasing or expanding NATO troops in Afghanistan is not a worry for the Taliban, instead >>>


      TOXIC MUSHROOMS CLAIM SEVEN LIVES IN KUNDUZ
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     Rohullah Arman KUNDUZ, Nov 28 (Pajhwok Afghan News): Seven people, five of them children of one family, were killed after eating toxic mushrooms in Archi district of the northern Kunduz province during the last two days.

The plant grows after downpour in forests and cultivated land. Most of the mushrooms have f >>>


      VISITING THE WOMEN OF AFGHANISTAN
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     By Anne C. Richard In the five years since the fall of the Taliban, the lot of women in Afghanistan has yet to improve substantially. As International Rescue Committee vice president Anne C. Richard wrote in the November 24 edition of The Globalist, women in the country are still treated as second–class citizens. >>>


      WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM COMPLETED IN FARYAB
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     KABUL, Nov 28 (Pajhwok Afghan News): A pipe was laid in 16 kilometres on Tuesday to provide 25 water points to 10 villages of Pashtun Kohat in the northern Faryab province.

The project was completed in 14 months with the help of 1,323 workers. The water scheme would provide water to 10 villages of Pashtun Kohat >>>


      WORK STARTS ON CRICKET STADIUM
      Афганская пресса онлайн, 01-12-2006
     Javid Hamim KABUL, Nov 2' (Pajhwok Afghan News): Construction work on a modern cricket stadium has been started here at Kabul University.

Taj Malik, general secretary of the Afghanistan Cricket Federation (ACF), told Pajhwok Afghan News the playground would be constructed on over 6–acre land of the En >>>


      AKSHAY, GOVINDA IN RS 1 CR SONG
      Индия экспресс, 01-12-2006
     Updated: Friday, December 01, 2006 at 1216 hours IST Mumbai, December 1: Bhagam Bhag is a keenly anticipated film and leading production/distribution house Ashtavinayak are ensuring that its promotion is in sync with its stature. Last week, the Mehtas of Ashtavinayak spent a cool Rs 1 crore + to film a song on Akshay Ku >>>


      CHHOTA RAJAN’S BROTHER ‘ACCUSED‘
      Индия экспресс, 01-12-2006
     Updated: Friday, December 01, 2006 at 1115 hours IST Mumbai, December 1: Underworld don Chhota Rajan‘s brother Deepak Nikalje has been listed as a wanted accused along with 150 others in a rioting case here, police said on Friday.

Deepak, along with other protestors, allegedly pelted stones at vehicles in >>>



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