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      KADIMA, LIVNI
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Uzi Benziman Tags: Tzipi Livni, primary About 10 years ago, when Shaul Mofaz was chief of staff, an Ashkenazi politician mentioned Mofaz‘s Mizrahi ethnicity in an effort to refute claims that government institutions discriminate against Israelis from Muslim countries.

Immediately afterward, Mofaz was s >>>


      THE CRISIS IS ON ITS WAY HERE
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Haaretz Editorial Tags: financial crisis, Business The financial storm befalling American markets seems from Tel Aviv to be a foreign crisis whose connection to Israel is minor compared with the drama overseas.

The diseases revealed on Wall Street stem from a financial apparatus resting on a real estate mark >>>


      THE LIE OF ‘EQUALITY FOR ISRAEL‘S CHILDREN‘
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Shahar Ilan Tags: Israel, equality, education The new bill submitted by Meshulam Nahari, a minister without portfolio from Shas, has been distributed to cabinet members by Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, but apparently it is intended for the next government or, more precisely, for the next coalition negotiations. In the >>>


      WHY INDIA AND NOT ISRAEL?
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Avner Cohen Tags: Israel, nuclear, Iran After some arm–twisting and several power struggles, the Bush administration proved to the world, and to America itself, that it is still capable of imposing its will on the international community when it comes to matters it considers important. Two weeks ago, the U.S. a >>>


      ANALYSIS / NEW KADIMA PARTY CHIEF TO GET COLD DOSE OF REALITY
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Aluf Benn Tags: Tzipi Livni, Kadima primary From 10:01 Wednesday night, the differences between Tzipi Livni and Shaul Mofaz, the candidates for the leadership of Kadima, will mean nothing.

Whoever wins the primary and succeeds in assembling a government will have to contend with a political reality represent >>>


      ANOTHER ABUTBUL NABBED IN PROBE INTO STABBING OF WITNESS
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Jonathan Lis Police arrested another member of the Abutbul crime family yesterday on suspicion of having been involved in stabbing the brother of a witness in the trial of Francois Abutbul.

Police also discovered a cache of weapons near the Abutbul house in Netanya, and are investigating whether the weapons >>>


      AROUND HALF OF KADIMA MEMBERS EXPECTED TO TURN OUT TO VOTE TODAY
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Mazal Mualem Kadima will hold its first–ever primary elections today to select the replacement for outgoing Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and the third person to chair the party since it was founded by former prime minister Ariel Sharon three years ago.

The four leading candidates are Foreign Minister Tzi >>>


      EXPERT SURVEY: ISRAEL WILL CONTINUE TO USE OIL AND COAL FOR MOST ENERGY NEEDS
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Zafrir Rinat Israel will have to continue to use oil and coal for the vast majority of its energy needs, according to a recent survey of Israeli scientists and other experts commissioned by the Environmental Protection Ministry.

The survey also found that there is no way of predicting climate changes in as s >>>


      FINANCIAL CRISIS PROMPTS BANK OF ISRAEL CHIEF TO CONVENE EMERGENCY PARLEY
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Moti Bassok, TheMarker Correspondent Tags: Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer has hastily invited the heads of the country‘s banks to a meeting Wednesday morning to examine their exposure to the world financial crisis and ask how they will deal with the problem.

The crisis >>>


      GAG ORDER STILL KEEPS DETAILS OF NIV MURDER UNDER WRAPS
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Roni Singer–Heruti A Tel Aviv Magistrates Court yesterday remanded Sammy Mughrabi, 40, from Lod, for 12 days on suspicion of involvement in the February 2007 shooting of senior physician Prof. David Niv.

Mughrabi‘s role in the murder was described as central, and a gag order is still in place ove >>>


      HANDWRITTEN RECORDS INCRIMINATE FORMER FINANCE MINISTER HIRCHSON
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Ofra Edelman Money transfers recorded in writing by former National Workers Federation accountant Ronit Garti, and not reported to the federation‘s bookkeeper, were central to the unraveling of the alleged massive embezzlement of the federation, for which former finance minister Abraham Hirchson stands accused. >>>


      HASIDIM IN NEW YEAR EXODUS TO UKRAINE
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Zohar Blumenkrantz Some 14,000 Bratslav Hasidim are set to fly from Israel to Ukraine to make their annual Rosh Hashanah pilgrimage to the grave of their sect‘s founder, Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav. The first flights are scheduled for Friday.

The "air train," as the flights are being called, wil >>>


      IAEA PHOTOS SHOW ALLEGED IRANIAN NUCLEAR MISSILE WORK
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Reuters VIENNA – The UN nuclear watchdog showed documents and photographs yesterday suggesting Iran secretly tried to modify a missile cone to fit a nuclear bomb, diplomats said, and Tehran again dismissed the findings as forged.

Iran said an International Atomic Energy Agency inquiry into its nuclear >>>


      IDF REJECTS BID TO UP CHARGES IN CASE OF PRISONER SHOT IN LEG AT NA‘ALIN PROTEST
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Yuval Azoulay and Tomer Zarchin Tags: IDF, Palestinian, Israel The IDF‘s Military Advocate General has rejected the demand to increase the charges against the former commander of the 71st battalion, Lt. Col.

Omri Burberg, who was filmed in June holding a bound and blindfolded Palestinian prisoner and o >>>


      IT‘S ALL PERSONAL IN BE‘ER SHEVA
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Mijal Grinberg Today‘s Kadima primary election will be a close race in Be‘er Sheva, the Negev city with the highest number of registered Kadima members, party official Yossi Bananu said yesterday.

Bananu, who supports Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni for the party leadership, said the 2,200 Kadima me >>>


      LIKE PREDECESSOR, NEW TAX CHIEF WAS SUBJECT OF POLICE GRAFT PROBE
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Gidi Weitz Yehuda Nasradishi, who was appointed to head the Tax Authority last year after his predecessor, Jacky Matza, was ousted for alleged corruption, was himself investigated for fraud and breach of trust in the ongoing scandal, Haaretz has learned.

The Justice Ministry confirmed that Nasradishi was inv >>>


      NEWS IN BRIEF
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     Ex–IDF chief Ya‘alon: Air force failed in Second Lebanon War Advertisement Former Israel Defense Forces chief of staff Moshe Ya‘alon has severely criticized the air force‘s operations during the Second Lebanon War, claiming it failed in its mission. Ya‘alon spoke yesterday at the Armored Co >>>


      ON EVE OF KADIMA PRIMARY, MAIN CONTENDERS WARN VOTERS OF DANGER IF THE OTHER GUY WINS
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Yossi Verter The Kadima party will elect its new leader today, and both the front–runners were busy yesterday honing their get–out–the–vote operations and trying to sway any remaining undecided voters.

Associates of Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni warned that should Kadima members elect >>>


      PRO–AL QAIDA GUNMAN AMONG 11 DEAD IN GAZA STRIP CLASH
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Reuters Eleven Palestinians, including a pro–al Qaida militant and a child, were killed yesterday in overnight gunbattles in the Gaza Strip, Hamas police officials said.

The fighting, involving Hamas security forces and mostly members of the militant Doghmosh clan, was the worst among Palestinians in t >>>


      STOP FUNDS FOR PA TERROR, SAY SHALIT‘S PARENTS
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Jack Khoury The parents of abducted soldier Gilad Shalit have harshly criticized the transfer of millions of shekels to the Palestinian Authority, and in particular to Gaza, as tantamount to funding terror.

Noam and Aviva Shalit also said Israel is not applying pressure that would lead to their son‘s r >>>


      T.A. WOMAN ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY HELPING COUPLE BUY BABY
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Revital Levy–Stein A 44–year–old Tel Aviv businesswoman was arrested yesterday at Ben–Gurion International Airport in connection with an Eilat couple‘s alleged attempt to buy a baby girl from a Filipina woman.

The suspect, who was on her way to Hong Kong at the time of arrest, i >>>


      THE PRINCESS AND THE SOLDIER
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Yossi Verter Tags: election, Ehud Olmert Two years ago, shortly after Ehud Olmert formed his government, two of his key cabinet ministers each made a strategic decision about how to prepare for their future campaigns. Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni decided to focus on diplomatic negotiations with the Palestinians and o >>>


      WHO WILL FILL THE SHOES OF BORUCH FROM CROWN HEIGHTS?
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Shlomo Shamir NEW YORK – Boruch Kievman still can‘t believe the media storm that has descended on him since rumors hatched that the legendary late Lubavitcher rebbe used to shop at the legendary, nameless shoe store Kievman manages in Brooklyn‘s Crown Heights neighborhood.

Yesterday he stoo >>>


      WORLD BANK SEES SLIGHT UPTURN IN PA ECONOMY
      Haaretz, 17-09-2008
     By Avi Issacharoff A new report released by the World Bank ahead of the conference of donor nations for the Palestinian Authority and next week‘s United Nations General Assembly notes some economic improvement in the territories since May this year, when the previous report was released. But the report, entitled & >>>


      El Club de París decide mañana sobre el pago de la Argentina
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      El Club de París decide mañana sobre el pago de la Argentina
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      El Club de París decide mañana sobre el pago de la Argentina
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      El Club de París decide mañana sobre el pago de la Argentina
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      El Club de París decide mañana sobre el pago de la Argentina
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      Un ex juez volvió a involucrar a funcionarios en el caso de la valija
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      Un ex juez volvió a involucrar a funcionarios en el caso de la valija
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      Un ex juez volvió a involucrar a funcionarios en el caso de la valija
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      Un ex juez volvió a involucrar a funcionarios en el caso de la valija
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      Un ex juez volvió a involucrar a funcionarios en el caso de la valija
      Clarin, 17-09-2008
     Clarín Móviles Clarín SMS Versión Palm Toolbar Clarín.com Noticias RSS Lector de noticias RSS Clarín.com página de inicio Noticias gratis en su sitio Podcasting Ayuda Archivo Búsqueda avanzada Newsletters Webmail Clima Tránsito Cartelera Carta de lectores Humor Horóscopo Claringrilla Sudoku Normas de Confidencialidad y privacidad Farmacias >>>


      Foreign patients owe millions to the NHS
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Hospitals budgets stretched after having to write off huge overseas debts Foreign patients are costing the NHS tens of millions of pounds by giving hospitals false identities and addresses, or even leaving the country in order to avoid paying for their treatment. Senior hospital managers said overseas visitors were leaving hospitals >>>


      Foreign patients owe millions to the NHS
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Hospitals budgets stretched after having to write off huge overseas debts Foreign patients are costing the NHS tens of millions of pounds by giving hospitals false identities and addresses, or even leaving the country in order to avoid paying for their treatment. Senior hospital managers said overseas visitors were leaving hospitals >>>


      Foreign patients owe millions to the NHS
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Hospitals budgets stretched after having to write off huge overseas debts Foreign patients are costing the NHS tens of millions of pounds by giving hospitals false identities and addresses, or even leaving the country in order to avoid paying for their treatment. Senior hospital managers said overseas visitors were leaving hospitals >>>


      Foreign patients owe millions to the NHS
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Hospitals budgets stretched after having to write off huge overseas debts Foreign patients are costing the NHS tens of millions of pounds by giving hospitals false identities and addresses, or even leaving the country in order to avoid paying for their treatment. Senior hospital managers said overseas visitors were leaving hospitals >>>


      Labour rebels break ranks to demand Brown faces contest
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Gordon Brown moved swiftly to snuff out a coordinated coup attempt by his own MPs yesterday as he sacked those with party positions and denied them a vote on whether he should be ditched as leader. As seven more MPs broke ranks to demand a leadership contest, the rebels revealed they were urging dozens more who are unhappy with Brown >>>


      Labour rebels break ranks to demand Brown faces contest
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Gordon Brown moved swiftly to snuff out a coordinated coup attempt by his own MPs yesterday as he sacked those with party positions and denied them a vote on whether he should be ditched as leader. As seven more MPs broke ranks to demand a leadership contest, the rebels revealed they were urging dozens more who are unhappy with Brown >>>


      Labour rebels break ranks to demand Brown faces contest
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Gordon Brown moved swiftly to snuff out a coordinated coup attempt by his own MPs yesterday as he sacked those with party positions and denied them a vote on whether he should be ditched as leader. As seven more MPs broke ranks to demand a leadership contest, the rebels revealed they were urging dozens more who are unhappy with Brown >>>


      Labour rebels break ranks to demand Brown faces contest
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Gordon Brown moved swiftly to snuff out a coordinated coup attempt by his own MPs yesterday as he sacked those with party positions and denied them a vote on whether he should be ditched as leader. As seven more MPs broke ranks to demand a leadership contest, the rebels revealed they were urging dozens more who are unhappy with Brown >>>


      Schools in crisis hunt for 1,000 new heads
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     ·Teachers urge action on unfilled posts ·Academies set to lure best candidates A looming crisis caused by the failure to recruit more headteachers is reaching a flashpoint as it is revealed that up to 1,000 schools have started the new school year without a permanent head. Teachers leaders alarmed by the growing number of vacan >>>


      Schools in crisis hunt for 1,000 new heads
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     ·Teachers urge action on unfilled posts ·Academies set to lure best candidates A looming crisis caused by the failure to recruit more headteachers is reaching a flashpoint as it is revealed that up to 1,000 schools have started the new school year without a permanent head. Teachers leaders alarmed by the growing number of vacan >>>


      Schools in crisis hunt for 1,000 new heads
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     ·Teachers urge action on unfilled posts ·Academies set to lure best candidates A looming crisis caused by the failure to recruit more headteachers is reaching a flashpoint as it is revealed that up to 1,000 schools have started the new school year without a permanent head. Teachers leaders alarmed by the growing number of vacan >>>


      Schools in crisis hunt for 1,000 new heads
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     ·Teachers urge action on unfilled posts ·Academies set to lure best candidates A looming crisis caused by the failure to recruit more headteachers is reaching a flashpoint as it is revealed that up to 1,000 schools have started the new school year without a permanent head. Teachers leaders alarmed by the growing number of vacan >>>


      Bombers were tracked across border by GCHQ on their way to Omagh
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     · Panorama revelations lift families civil case hopes · Phone-tap questions bring new calls for inquiry A secret phone tapping operation which tracked the Omagh bombers on their way to commit the deadliest atrocity in the history of the Troubles could provide vital new evidence against the Real IRA, families of victims said yester >>>


      Bombers were tracked across border by GCHQ on their way to Omagh
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     · Panorama revelations lift families civil case hopes · Phone-tap questions bring new calls for inquiry A secret phone tapping operation which tracked the Omagh bombers on their way to commit the deadliest atrocity in the history of the Troubles could provide vital new evidence against the Real IRA, families of victims said yester >>>


      Bombers were tracked across border by GCHQ on their way to Omagh
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     · Panorama revelations lift families civil case hopes · Phone-tap questions bring new calls for inquiry A secret phone tapping operation which tracked the Omagh bombers on their way to commit the deadliest atrocity in the history of the Troubles could provide vital new evidence against the Real IRA, families of victims said yester >>>


      Bombers were tracked across border by GCHQ on their way to Omagh
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     · Panorama revelations lift families civil case hopes · Phone-tap questions bring new calls for inquiry A secret phone tapping operation which tracked the Omagh bombers on their way to commit the deadliest atrocity in the history of the Troubles could provide vital new evidence against the Real IRA, families of victims said yester >>>


      Clegg offers reassurance that tax cut plans do not mark shift to right
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     · Leader says banks have lost their moral compass · Tories accused of infantile politics over Georgia Nick Clegg and his allies moved yesterday to reassure Liberal Democrat activists that todays annual conference vote to put tax cuts at the heart of his election strategy does not signal a shift to the right as "Cameron lite". >>>


      Clegg offers reassurance that tax cut plans do not mark shift to right
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     · Leader says banks have lost their moral compass · Tories accused of infantile politics over Georgia Nick Clegg and his allies moved yesterday to reassure Liberal Democrat activists that todays annual conference vote to put tax cuts at the heart of his election strategy does not signal a shift to the right as "Cameron lite". >>>


      Clegg offers reassurance that tax cut plans do not mark shift to right
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     · Leader says banks have lost their moral compass · Tories accused of infantile politics over Georgia Nick Clegg and his allies moved yesterday to reassure Liberal Democrat activists that todays annual conference vote to put tax cuts at the heart of his election strategy does not signal a shift to the right as "Cameron lite". >>>


      Clegg offers reassurance that tax cut plans do not mark shift to right
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     · Leader says banks have lost their moral compass · Tories accused of infantile politics over Georgia Nick Clegg and his allies moved yesterday to reassure Liberal Democrat activists that todays annual conference vote to put tax cuts at the heart of his election strategy does not signal a shift to the right as "Cameron lite". >>>


      Fears over privacy as police expand surveillance project
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Database to hold details of millions of journeys for five years The police are to expand a car surveillance operation that will allow them to record and store details of millions of daily journeys for up to five years, the Guardian has learned. A national network of roadside cameras will be able to "read" 50m licence plates a day, enab >>>


      Fears over privacy as police expand surveillance project
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Database to hold details of millions of journeys for five years The police are to expand a car surveillance operation that will allow them to record and store details of millions of daily journeys for up to five years, the Guardian has learned. A national network of roadside cameras will be able to "read" 50m licence plates a day, enab >>>


      Fears over privacy as police expand surveillance project
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Database to hold details of millions of journeys for five years The police are to expand a car surveillance operation that will allow them to record and store details of millions of daily journeys for up to five years, the Guardian has learned. A national network of roadside cameras will be able to "read" 50m licence plates a day, enab >>>


      Fears over privacy as police expand surveillance project
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Database to hold details of millions of journeys for five years The police are to expand a car surveillance operation that will allow them to record and store details of millions of daily journeys for up to five years, the Guardian has learned. A national network of roadside cameras will be able to "read" 50m licence plates a day, enab >>>


      Creationism call divides Royal Society
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Two Nobel prize winners - Sir Harry Kroto and Sir Richard Roberts - have demanded that the Royal Society sack its education director, Professor Michael Reiss. The call, backed by other senior Royal Society fellows, follows Reisss controversial claim last week that creationism be taught in schools science classes. Reiss, an or >>>


      Creationism call divides Royal Society
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Two Nobel prize winners - Sir Harry Kroto and Sir Richard Roberts - have demanded that the Royal Society sack its education director, Professor Michael Reiss. The call, backed by other senior Royal Society fellows, follows Reisss controversial claim last week that creationism be taught in schools science classes. Reiss, an or >>>


      Creationism call divides Royal Society
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Two Nobel prize winners - Sir Harry Kroto and Sir Richard Roberts - have demanded that the Royal Society sack its education director, Professor Michael Reiss. The call, backed by other senior Royal Society fellows, follows Reisss controversial claim last week that creationism be taught in schools science classes. Reiss, an or >>>


      Creationism call divides Royal Society
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Two Nobel prize winners - Sir Harry Kroto and Sir Richard Roberts - have demanded that the Royal Society sack its education director, Professor Michael Reiss. The call, backed by other senior Royal Society fellows, follows Reisss controversial claim last week that creationism be taught in schools science classes. Reiss, an or >>>


      Iain Gray is voted in as leader of the Scottish Labour party
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     The Scottish Labour party has elected Iain Gray as its new leader, making him the fifth person to take on the role in the eight years since devolution. The former Scottish enterprise minister beat rivals Cathy Jamieson and Andy Kerr in the contest that was triggered by the resignation of Wendy Alexander last June. The former leader ste >>>


      Iain Gray is voted in as leader of the Scottish Labour party
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     The Scottish Labour party has elected Iain Gray as its new leader, making him the fifth person to take on the role in the eight years since devolution. The former Scottish enterprise minister beat rivals Cathy Jamieson and Andy Kerr in the contest that was triggered by the resignation of Wendy Alexander last June. The former leader ste >>>


      Iain Gray is voted in as leader of the Scottish Labour party
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     The Scottish Labour party has elected Iain Gray as its new leader, making him the fifth person to take on the role in the eight years since devolution. The former Scottish enterprise minister beat rivals Cathy Jamieson and Andy Kerr in the contest that was triggered by the resignation of Wendy Alexander last June. The former leader ste >>>


      Iain Gray is voted in as leader of the Scottish Labour party
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     The Scottish Labour party has elected Iain Gray as its new leader, making him the fifth person to take on the role in the eight years since devolution. The former Scottish enterprise minister beat rivals Cathy Jamieson and Andy Kerr in the contest that was triggered by the resignation of Wendy Alexander last June. The former leader ste >>>


      The death toll rises and a town weeps yet again
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Tomorrow Wootton Bassett will pay tribute for the 100th time as another war casualty passes by A single bell tolls as the hearse slowly comes to a halt. Some heads bow, some arms are raised in firm salute and the high street falls silent. Another repatriation means another flag-draped coffin and another tribute from the people of Woott >>>


      The death toll rises and a town weeps yet again
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Tomorrow Wootton Bassett will pay tribute for the 100th time as another war casualty passes by A single bell tolls as the hearse slowly comes to a halt. Some heads bow, some arms are raised in firm salute and the high street falls silent. Another repatriation means another flag-draped coffin and another tribute from the people of Woott >>>


      The death toll rises and a town weeps yet again
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Tomorrow Wootton Bassett will pay tribute for the 100th time as another war casualty passes by A single bell tolls as the hearse slowly comes to a halt. Some heads bow, some arms are raised in firm salute and the high street falls silent. Another repatriation means another flag-draped coffin and another tribute from the people of Woott >>>


      The death toll rises and a town weeps yet again
      The Observer, 17-09-2008
     Tomorrow Wootton Bassett will pay tribute for the 100th time as another war casualty passes by A single bell tolls as the hearse slowly comes to a halt. Some heads bow, some arms are raised in firm salute and the high street falls silent. Another repatriation means another flag-draped coffin and another tribute from the people of Woott >>>


      Chips con sistema de refrigeración integrada
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El menor tamaño de los transistores permite construir microprocesadores de ordenador cada vez más potentes, pero la mayor densidad de los chips impide la adecuada disipación del calor producido, circunstancia que puede provocar el incorrecto funcionamiento del equipo. La noticia en otros webs webs en español en otros idiomas En los ord >>>


      Chips con sistema de refrigeración integrada
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El menor tamaño de los transistores permite construir microprocesadores de ordenador cada vez más potentes, pero la mayor densidad de los chips impide la adecuada disipación del calor producido, circunstancia que puede provocar el incorrecto funcionamiento del equipo. La noticia en otros webs webs en español en otros idiomas En los ord >>>


      Chips con sistema de refrigeración integrada
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El menor tamaño de los transistores permite construir microprocesadores de ordenador cada vez más potentes, pero la mayor densidad de los chips impide la adecuada disipación del calor producido, circunstancia que puede provocar el incorrecto funcionamiento del equipo. La noticia en otros webs webs en español en otros idiomas En los ord >>>


      Chips con sistema de refrigeración integrada
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El menor tamaño de los transistores permite construir microprocesadores de ordenador cada vez más potentes, pero la mayor densidad de los chips impide la adecuada disipación del calor producido, circunstancia que puede provocar el incorrecto funcionamiento del equipo. La noticia en otros webs webs en español en otros idiomas En los ord >>>


      Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, preseleccionadas para la carrera a los Oscar
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Comentarios - 3 Las películas Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, dirigidas por José Luis Cuerda, José Luis Garci y Gracia Querejeta, respectivamente, han sido seleccionadas por la Academia de Cine para optar a representar a España como Mejor Película en Lengua Extranjera en la 81 edición de los Oscar de Ho >>>


      Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, preseleccionadas para la carrera a los Oscar
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Comentarios - 3 Las películas Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, dirigidas por José Luis Cuerda, José Luis Garci y Gracia Querejeta, respectivamente, han sido seleccionadas por la Academia de Cine para optar a representar a España como Mejor Película en Lengua Extranjera en la 81 edición de los Oscar de Ho >>>


      Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, preseleccionadas para la carrera a los Oscar
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Comentarios - 3 Las películas Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, dirigidas por José Luis Cuerda, José Luis Garci y Gracia Querejeta, respectivamente, han sido seleccionadas por la Academia de Cine para optar a representar a España como Mejor Película en Lengua Extranjera en la 81 edición de los Oscar de Ho >>>


      Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, preseleccionadas para la carrera a los Oscar
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Comentarios - 3 Las películas Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, dirigidas por José Luis Cuerda, José Luis Garci y Gracia Querejeta, respectivamente, han sido seleccionadas por la Academia de Cine para optar a representar a España como Mejor Película en Lengua Extranjera en la 81 edición de los Oscar de Ho >>>


      Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, preseleccionadas para la carrera a los Oscar
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Comentarios - 3 Las películas Los girasoles ciegos, Sangre de mayo y Siete mesas de billar francés, dirigidas por José Luis Cuerda, José Luis Garci y Gracia Querejeta, respectivamente, han sido seleccionadas por la Academia de Cine para optar a representar a España como Mejor Película en Lengua Extranjera en la 81 edición de los Oscar de Ho >>>


      "Dicen que la crisis eleva la creatividad"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     6 de 13 en Cultura anterior siguiente >>>


      "Dicen que la crisis eleva la creatividad"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     6 de 13 en Cultura anterior siguiente >>>


      "Dicen que la crisis eleva la creatividad"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     6 de 13 en Cultura anterior siguiente >>>


      "Dicen que la crisis eleva la creatividad"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     6 de 13 en Cultura anterior siguiente >>>


      "Dicen que la crisis eleva la creatividad"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     6 de 13 en Cultura anterior siguiente >>>


      "España no es la favorita para el Mundial"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     La prudencia, piedra de toque sobre la que se asienta el decálogo de Vicente Del Bosque, ha presidido las respuestas del nuevo seleccionador nacional en el encuentro que ha mantenido con los lectores de ELPAÍS.com. Hombre de fútbol y técnico reflexivo como pocos, el nuevo timonel de La roja ha abordado las cuestiones de los internautas co >>>


      "Hay pocas modelos españolas en los desfiles"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El número que más sorprende de los muchos que definen a la modelo Amparo Bonmatí no es su 1,7' de estatura, o sus medidas de 86-60-'0, sino que con tan sólo 1' años, esta alicantina de ojos de avellana, tiene ya una sólida carrera de seis años en las pasarelas. En el backstage del Madrid Fashion Week, con el móvil en la oreja, >>>


      "Hay pocas modelos españolas en los desfiles"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El número que más sorprende de los muchos que definen a la modelo Amparo Bonmatí no es su 1,7' de estatura, o sus medidas de 86-60-'0, sino que con tan sólo 1' años, esta alicantina de ojos de avellana, tiene ya una sólida carrera de seis años en las pasarelas. En el backstage del Madrid Fashion Week, con el móvil en la oreja, >>>


      "Hay pocas modelos españolas en los desfiles"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El número que más sorprende de los muchos que definen a la modelo Amparo Bonmatí no es su 1,7' de estatura, o sus medidas de 86-60-'0, sino que con tan sólo 1' años, esta alicantina de ojos de avellana, tiene ya una sólida carrera de seis años en las pasarelas. En el backstage del Madrid Fashion Week, con el móvil en la oreja, >>>


      "Hay pocas modelos españolas en los desfiles"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El número que más sorprende de los muchos que definen a la modelo Amparo Bonmatí no es su 1,7' de estatura, o sus medidas de 86-60-'0, sino que con tan sólo 1' años, esta alicantina de ojos de avellana, tiene ya una sólida carrera de seis años en las pasarelas. En el backstage del Madrid Fashion Week, con el móvil en la oreja, >>>


      "Hoy no podría rodar El Padrino como lo hice por el mayor control de la industria"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El director italo-estadounidense Francis Ford Coppola ha puesto hoy en duda que en la actualidad un joven director desconocido pudiera rodar una película como El Padrino como él lo hizo, "en contra de los deseos de los estudios", debido al mayor control que ejercen las productoras. La noticia en otros webs webs en español en otros idio >>>


      "Hoy no podría rodar El Padrino como lo hice por el mayor control de la industria"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El director italo-estadounidense Francis Ford Coppola ha puesto hoy en duda que en la actualidad un joven director desconocido pudiera rodar una película como El Padrino como él lo hizo, "en contra de los deseos de los estudios", debido al mayor control que ejercen las productoras. La noticia en otros webs webs en español en otros idio >>>


      "Hoy no podría rodar El Padrino como lo hice por el mayor control de la industria"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El director italo-estadounidense Francis Ford Coppola ha puesto hoy en duda que en la actualidad un joven director desconocido pudiera rodar una película como El Padrino como él lo hizo, "en contra de los deseos de los estudios", debido al mayor control que ejercen las productoras. La noticia en otros webs webs en español en otros idio >>>


      "Hoy no podría rodar El Padrino como lo hice por el mayor control de la industria"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El director italo-estadounidense Francis Ford Coppola ha puesto hoy en duda que en la actualidad un joven director desconocido pudiera rodar una película como El Padrino como él lo hizo, "en contra de los deseos de los estudios", debido al mayor control que ejercen las productoras. La noticia en otros webs webs en español en otros idio >>>


      "Hoy no podría rodar El Padrino como lo hice por el mayor control de la industria"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     El director italo-estadounidense Francis Ford Coppola ha puesto hoy en duda que en la actualidad un joven director desconocido pudiera rodar una película como El Padrino como él lo hizo, "en contra de los deseos de los estudios", debido al mayor control que ejercen las productoras. La noticia en otros webs webs en español en otros idio >>>


      "La educación en Estados Unidos es inquietante, cómica"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Nancy Huston es una canadiense anglófona afincada en París, que escribe casi siempre en francés, habla estupendamente alemán y toca maravillosamente el clavecín. Ha escrito un número importante de novelas, de libros para niños, de ensayos sobre temas en apariencia muy distintos -la obra de un escritor, la importancia del exilio, la pornog >>>


      "La educación en Estados Unidos es inquietante, cómica"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Nancy Huston es una canadiense anglófona afincada en París, que escribe casi siempre en francés, habla estupendamente alemán y toca maravillosamente el clavecín. Ha escrito un número importante de novelas, de libros para niños, de ensayos sobre temas en apariencia muy distintos -la obra de un escritor, la importancia del exilio, la pornog >>>


      "La educación en Estados Unidos es inquietante, cómica"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Nancy Huston es una canadiense anglófona afincada en París, que escribe casi siempre en francés, habla estupendamente alemán y toca maravillosamente el clavecín. Ha escrito un número importante de novelas, de libros para niños, de ensayos sobre temas en apariencia muy distintos -la obra de un escritor, la importancia del exilio, la pornog >>>


      "La educación en Estados Unidos es inquietante, cómica"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Nancy Huston es una canadiense anglófona afincada en París, que escribe casi siempre en francés, habla estupendamente alemán y toca maravillosamente el clavecín. Ha escrito un número importante de novelas, de libros para niños, de ensayos sobre temas en apariencia muy distintos -la obra de un escritor, la importancia del exilio, la pornog >>>


      "La educación en Estados Unidos es inquietante, cómica"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     Nancy Huston es una canadiense anglófona afincada en París, que escribe casi siempre en francés, habla estupendamente alemán y toca maravillosamente el clavecín. Ha escrito un número importante de novelas, de libros para niños, de ensayos sobre temas en apariencia muy distintos -la obra de un escritor, la importancia del exilio, la pornog >>>


      "Mis olvidos son más interesantes que mis recuerdos"
      El Pais, 17-09-2008
     4 de 14 en Cultura anterior siguiente >>>



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