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      THE FUTURE BELONGS TO A BIG AND CARING SUPERMARKET
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      Michael Gove WE ALL have to go some time. But few of us would appreciate the grave–diggers starting work while were still up and receiving visitors. Coming face to face with the reality of our eventual demise is never easy. Which is why my heart went out to the greengrocers I visited recently in Cheshire.

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      WHEN AID IS APPEASEMENT
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      A bailout for Mugabe is the last thing Zimbabwe needs Three weeks ago Thabo Mbeki, the South African President, flew to Gleneagles and signed a pledge with the worlds richest nations to foster good governance in Africa in return for an historic increase in aid to its poorest countries.

He is now preparing a bi >>>


      WHO PAYS WINS
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      Invest wisely to ensure maximum returns in the game of love True romantics read no further, for the worst is officially true÷ money can buy you love if you invest wisely.

Let us be clear about this÷ diamonds remain a girls best friend, and they must have their place in every courtship. But what r >>>


      AT THE NEXT SET OF LIGHTS, TURN LEFT . . . NO, LEFT . . .
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      Patrick Muirhead The driving test is 70 years old this month. After 20 years behind the wheel, our correspondent goes for a retest and finds that he still cant reverse safely round a corner YOULL NEED these, said the man from the Driving Standards Agency, handing me a pair of magnetic L–plates. It was like being >>>


      BLACKMAN ACCUSED SAYS SHE DIED OF OVERDOSE
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      From Richard Lloyd Parry in Tokyo Joji Obara, the Japanese man accused of killing Lucie Blackman, read aloud from her diaries in a Tokyo courtroom today, and described her as a manic depressive drug user who died of an overdose.

In three hours of frequently bizarre testimony, Mr Obara sought to rebut prosecuti >>>


      BRAZILIANS JOIN PROTEST MARCH
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      Family and friends of Jean Charles de Menezes, the Brazilian shot dead by police, staged a protest march in his home town of Gonzaga. About 250 people demanded justice and said that British apologies were not enough.

We are indignant with what the British police did, Ana Lcia Silva said. Brazils landless peasa >>>


      BRITISH MEDAL HOPES SINK AS GIBSON AND COOKE SUFFER
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      From Craig Lord in Montreal THE ghost of Athens revisited Great Britain at the World Championships last night when James Gibsons defence of his 50 metre breaststroke crown ended in the semi–finals and Rebecca Cooke finished seventh in a 1,500 metres final in which she was the fastest qualifier.

After Coo >>>


      CHINESE LEND MUGABE A LIFELINE
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Richard Beeston, Diplomatic Editor CHINA threw a lifeline yesterday to the beleaguered regime of Robert Mugabe when it offered Zimbabwe economic assistance in addition to diplomatic support against the West.

Only days after the Chinese blocked discussion at the United Nations Security Council of a damning U >>>


      CLARKE LEAVES FOR HIS HOLIDAY
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      Charles Clarke defied his press critics last night by leaving Britain to join his family in America for a summer holiday. The Home Secretary, who was criticised by some newspapers for contemplating a holiday at a time when London was at a high risk of terrorist attack, flew out hours after he and Tony Blair had held ta >>>


      DISCOVERY CREW EXAMINE SHUTTLE FOR DAMAGE
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Sam Knight, Times Online The port wing of the shuttle Discovery with the Earth in the background.

Nasa will study images like this in conjunction with a laser survey by astronauts to determine what damage the debris caused (REUTERS/Nasa) The crew of Discovery have begun their first day in orbit with a pains >>>


      EIGHT ATTACKERS LINKED BY THEIR TIES TO RADICAL LONDON MOSQUE
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Sean ONeill and Daniel McGrory THE ethnic mix of the eight London bombers, ranging from young Somalis to Yorkshire–born sons of Pakistani parents and an Anglo–Jamaican convert, has surprised investigators.

In Madrid, the team were all of North African origin. For September 11, Osama bin Laden ch >>>


      FAILED LONDON BOMBER ARRESTED IN BIRMINGHAM
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Times Online, Daniel McGrory, Richard Ford and Stewart Tendler One of the failed London bombers has been arrested during a dawn raid in Birmingham, police sources said today, in a major breakthrough for anti–terrorism officers who believe that the attackers could be preparing to strike again.

Three ot >>>


      FUTURE OF TINY COMPUTER FIRM ‘IN DOUBT‘
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Miles Costello, Times Online The company behind the Time and Tiny computer brands is today poised to call in the administrators and has shut all 78 of its Computer Shop outlets and begun laying off staff at its Burnley factory, according to reports.

Granville Technology Group, Britain‘s largest comput >>>


      GUILTY VERDICT IN FRANCE‘S BIGGEST PAEDOPHILE TRIAL
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Jenny Booth, Times Online A jury has delivered its first verdict – guilty – in the biggest paedophile trial in French legal history.

In total, 65 men and women from the same run–down housing estate in the town of Angers are in the dock, accused of raping and sexually abusing children as yo >>>


      HOPE DIES FOR EGYPT FAMILIES
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      From Stephen Farrell in Sharm el–Sheikh Relatives of lost holidaymakers accept that blast has killed loved ones THE families of two Britons missing since the weekend bombings in Egypt admitted yesterday that they have lost hope of finding them alive.

The parents of Jeremy Lakin, 28, from Bourne, Lincolns >>>


      KING OF SPAM COMES TO A VIOLENT END
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      From Jeremy Page in Moscow ONE of Russias most infamous spammers has been found beaten to death in his apartment, prompting thinly veiled jubilation among many of the countrys estimated 14 million internet users.

Vardan Kushnir, 35, had bombarded almost every e–mail user in the country for years with uns >>>


      LOTTERY GOES FOR GOLD CARD TO FINANCE OLYMPICS
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      BY TIMES ONLINE AND AGENCIES The first step towards raising the 2.375 billion cost of staging the 2012 Olympics in London took place with the launch of an official Lottery game, seven years to the day from the opening ceremony.

The ‘Go for Gold‘ scratchcard will go on sale tomorrow, the first of se >>>


      LUCIE DRUGS CLAIM ARE LUDICROUS, SAYS FATHER
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      From Richard Lloyd Parry in Tokyo THE father of a Briton allegedly murdered while working as a Tokyo bar hostess has dismissed as ludicrous claims that she was a habitual drug user who died accidentally of an overdose.

Tim Blackman was speaking hours before flying to Japan to attend the trial of Joji Obara, a >>>


      MAN MAY FACE MURDER CHARGE WHEN DOCTORS END WIFE‘S LIFE
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      From Roger Maynard in Sydney A WOMAN who was left in a vegetative state in an attack that police allege was plotted by her husband and his lover is to be allowed to die.

Doctors will today remove the feeding tube that has kept Maria Korp, 50, alive for six months since she was discovered close to death and loc >>>


      MARSHALL BACKS CLARIDGE DEPARTURE FROM MILLWALL
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      BY TIMES ONLINE AND AGENCIES Andy Marshall, the Millwall goalkeeper, today backed the club‘s decision to sack Steve Claridge and replace him with Colin Lee.

Claridge‘s reign was brought to an end after only 36 days in charge, with Millwall announcing that former Wolverhampton Wanderers and Walsall >>>


      MET BOSS REVEALS GUN DEATH THREAT
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Richard Ford and Rajeev Syal Police have been ready to shoot to kill seven times since the transport bombings SIR IAN BLAIR, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, has revealed that armed officers have come close to shooting suspected terrorists dead on seven occasions since the July 7 bombings in London.

He >>>


      MOVE OVER CHAVS, IT‘S TIME TO DRESS LIKE A DUCHESS
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      Lisa Armstrong, Fashion Editor Debutantes skirts, ballerina chignons, punky tweeds and lots of Camilla everywhere. Posh British is here ARE WE witnessing the tender blossoming of a Camilla Fashion Moment? Could all that magazine acreage nobly filled by fashion mentors such as Posh and Coleen eventually be occupied by t >>>


      NEW BREED OF DOG SNATCHER ON PROWL
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Valerie Elliott, Countryside Editor DOG thefts in Britain have risen tenfold in two years to 250 a month, according to an organisation set up to find missing pets.

Jane Hayes, who runs DogLost, says that the worst areas for dog snatches are in Kent, Surrey and Sussex, and around Leeds, Nottingham and Doncas >>>


      NIGER FAMINE SHOWS NEED FOR UN FUND, SAYS BENN
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Philippe Naughton, Times Online The famine threatening the lives of 3.6 million people in Niger is a clear example of the need for an emergency billion–dollar UN fund, the International Development Secretary, said today.

Hilary Benn was speaking as a UK charity was preparing to send an aid aircraft wi >>>


      SACKING PREGNANT MANAGER MAY COST LAW FIRM &#163;40,000
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      Sacking pregnant manager may cost law firm 40,000 By Frances Gibb, Legal Editor A LEADING City law firm faces a bill of nearly 40,000 for refusing to allow a pregnant employee to work part–time flexible hours.

Michelle Langton, who was made redundant by Herbert Smith, has already won a claim of direct se >>>


      SHUTTLE BACK IN SPACE
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      From Jacqui Goddard at Cape Canaveral IT TOOK nearly 30 months, more than a billion dollars and the endeavours of 20,000 people. Yet in just 8 thunderous minutes, Nasas space shuttle programme was finally back in orbit yesterday.

The launch of Discovery, which punched out of the Earths atmosphere at 17,400mph, >>>


      SOLVE SU DOKU ON YOUR MOBILE
      The Times, 27-07-2005
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      THE BENEFIT BOMBERS WHO REPAID HELP WITH HATRED
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Steve Bird, Adam Fresco, Richard Ford and Adam Luck They came into this country as child refugees but grew up to plot mass murder ON THE rundown North London housing estate where they lived, they were known as idlers and petty criminals who passed their time playing football and smoking marijuana.

Residents >>>


      THE IRAQI WOMEN WHO FEAR THAT DEMOCRACY WILL CRUSH FREEDOM
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      From James Hider Oppression and inequality may be enshrined in the new constitution SUHAIDA MAYA never used to wear a hijab, the headscarf that Muslim women don as a mark of religious modesty. An English teacher from Shattra, a town in central Iraq, she always wore whatever she wanted.

Now she and her daughter >>>


      THREAT TO PATIENT CARE AS THIRD OF HOSPITALS IN RED
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Nigel Hawkes, Health Editor 2005 performance ratings in full Summary results for all trusts DESPITE rapidly increasing budgets, more than a third of hospitals and a quarter of all NHS trusts failed to break even last year.

The Healthcare Commission, publishing its annual star ratings, said that the overall >>>


      TOP TEN ARTICLES ONLINE ÷TUESDAY JULY 26
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      1. Vanishing bombers and the mystery safe house 2. Billy Elliot agent killed by gold–digging gay lover 3. You‘re to blame but we want you to stay voters tell Blair 4. Microsoft launches spot checks on piracy 5. Two bomb suspects are sons of asylum–seekers 6. Is this killer too simple to die – or >>>


      TOTTENHAM TO END TORMENT AS JOL AGREES DAVIDS DEAL
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Gary Jacob TOTTENHAM Hotspur are confident of completing the signing of Edgar Davids, one of the finest midfield enforcers of recent seasons, today. The North London club, who have been linked with numerous high–profile players in recent years, appear finally to have secured the transfer their supporters have >>>


      WE‘VE REBOUNDED BEFORE AND CAN AGAIN
      The Times, 27-07-2005
      By Matthew Hoggard WHEN youre playing against the best side in the world, you know full well that you need to perform absolutely at your best and to take any chances that come your way. At Lords, unfortunately, we did neither. We played well in patches against Australia, but thats not what Test cricket is about and we >>>


      ‘PARLIAMENT‘S SELECTION OF TOP JUDGES WOULD POLITICIZE JUDICIARY‘
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      BERGAMA VILLAGERS PETITION EUROPEAN COURT
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      CABINET EXTENDS TERRORISM COMPENSATION CLAIM DEADLINE
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      CHP ASKS HIGH COURT TO ANNUL LAWS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      DOMESTIC NEWSLINE
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      ERDOÐAN÷ TERRORISM NOT A POLITICAL TOOL
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS FINDS TURKEY GUILTY IN GAZI/ÜMRANIYE INCIDENTS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      GOVERNMENT FAVORS COORDINATION OVER RESTRUCTURING ON TERRORISM
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      HIGHEST TAXPAYER A POTTER
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      IMPROVED COORDINATION TO FIGHT TERRORISM
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      SECURITY FORCES DETAIN SUSPECTED BOMBER IN TUNCELI
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      SUPREME MILITARY COUNCIL TO MEET AUG. 1–4
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      TURKISH VICTIM OF EGYPT BOMBING LAID TO REST
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      US INTRANSIGENCE OVER IRAQ NOTHING NEW
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page DOMESTIC All News» » Cabinet extends terrorism compensation claim deadline » Supreme Military Council to meet Aug. 1–4 » Government favors coordination over restructuring on terrorism » Bergama villagers petition European court » Securit >>>


      CRUDE EDGES LOWER ON SIGNS OPEC OUTPUT IS RISING
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      FINANCELINE
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      GOV‘T SEES JOBLESS RATE CURBED TO REASONABLE LEVEL BY 2010
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      GOVERNMENT INTENDS TO LEGISLATE VETOED BANKING LAW ARTICLES AFTER SUMMER RECESS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      GREEK WORKERS STRIKE OVER LABOR REFORM PLANS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      INFINEON MISSES Q3 FORECAST, SEES BETTER Q4
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      MICROSOFT EXPANDS WINDOWS ANTI–PIRACY PROGRAM
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      REUTERS HALTS REVENUE SLIDE, ANNOUNCES SHARE BUYBACK
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      SEVEN IN 10 ITALIANS CAN‘T AFFORD A ‘DECENT‘ LIFE
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      TOBB BUYS TWIN TOWERS FOR $100 MILLION
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      TÜPRAÞ TOPS BIGGEST 500 FIRMS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      ÝSO÷ TÜPRAÞ TOPS BIGGEST 500 FIRMS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Infineon misses Q3 forecast, sees better Q4 » Microsoft expands Windows anti–piracy program » Greek workers strike over labor reform plans » Seven in 10 Italians can‘t afford a ‘decent‘ life » >>>


      GREEN DAY, GWEN STEFANI, MISSY ELLIOT LEAD NOMINEES FOR MTV‘S VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FEATURE All News» » Kastamonu producing traditional palace dish » Worlds biggest sloop in Bodrum » Ýzmir guidebook ready for games visitors » Self–cleaning building materials a possible weapon in fight against smog » Rubik‘s >>>


      KASTAMONU PRODUCING TRADITIONAL PALACE DISH
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FEATURE All News» » Kastamonu producing traditional palace dish » Worlds biggest sloop in Bodrum » Ýzmir guidebook ready for games visitors » Self–cleaning building materials a possible weapon in fight against smog » Rubik‘s >>>


      MINISTRIES TO COORDINATE TO FIGHT UNEMPLOYMENT
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FEATURE All News» » Kastamonu producing traditional palace dish » Worlds biggest sloop in Bodrum » Ýzmir guidebook ready for games visitors » Self–cleaning building materials a possible weapon in fight against smog » Rubik‘s >>>


      NEWSLINE
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FEATURE All News» » Kastamonu producing traditional palace dish » Worlds biggest sloop in Bodrum » Ýzmir guidebook ready for games visitors » Self–cleaning building materials a possible weapon in fight against smog » Rubik‘s >>>


      RUBIK‘S CUBE CELEBRATES 25TH ANNIVERSARY
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FEATURE All News» » Kastamonu producing traditional palace dish » Worlds biggest sloop in Bodrum » Ýzmir guidebook ready for games visitors » Self–cleaning building materials a possible weapon in fight against smog » Rubik‘s >>>


      SELF–CLEANING BUILDING MATERIALS A POSSIBLE WEAPON IN FIGHT AGAINST SMOG
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FEATURE All News» » Kastamonu producing traditional palace dish » Worlds biggest sloop in Bodrum » Ýzmir guidebook ready for games visitors » Self–cleaning building materials a possible weapon in fight against smog » Rubik‘s >>>


      WORLD&#8217;S BIGGEST SLOOP IN BODRUM
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FEATURE All News» » Kastamonu producing traditional palace dish » Worlds biggest sloop in Bodrum » Ýzmir guidebook ready for games visitors » Self–cleaning building materials a possible weapon in fight against smog » Rubik‘s >>>


      ÝZMIR GUIDEBOOK READY FOR GAMES VISITORS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FEATURE All News» » Kastamonu producing traditional palace dish » Worlds biggest sloop in Bodrum » Ýzmir guidebook ready for games visitors » Self–cleaning building materials a possible weapon in fight against smog » Rubik‘s >>>


      BLAIR URGES UNITY OVER TERRORISM, HUNT CONTINUES
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      BLAIR VOWS TO GIVE ‘NOT ONE INCH‘ TO TERRORISTS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      DUTCH COURT JAILS VAN GOGH KILLER FOR LIFE
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      EU PLANS CLAMPDOWN ON ‘TERRORIST FINANCIERS‘
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      INVESTIGATORS IDENTIFY SUICIDE BOMBER IN SHARM BOMBINGS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      IRAQ–BASED AL–QAEDA GROUP SAYS IT WILL KILL ALGERIAN ENVOYS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      JAPAN FINDS NEW CASE OF BIRD FLU IN AREA HIT BY INFECTION
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      JAPAN RAISES KIDNAP ISSUE AS NORTH KOREA TALKS OPEN
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      MYANMAR GIVES UP ASEAN‘S 2006 CHAIRMANSHIP
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      NASA LAUNCHES FIRST SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION SINCE 2003
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      NEWSLINE
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      SHARON&#8217;S PARIS TRIP MARKS END TO FRANCO–ISRAELI TENSION
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      US–AFGHAN FORCES KILL 40 TO 50 TALIBAN INSURGENTS
      27-07-2005
      Wednesday, July 27, 2005 print this page FOREIGN All News» » Japan finds new case of bird flu in area hit by infection » Dutch court jails Van Gogh killer for life » EU plans clampdown on ‘terrorist financiers‘ » Myanmar gives up ASEAN‘s 2006 chairmanship » Sharons >>>


      WHY CATS WILL NEVER LIVE THE SWEET LIFE
      27-07-2005
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      BIG TYRES COULD PUT BRAKE ON MINING
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 27 2005 03÷00 An acute shortage of heavy–duty tyres is threatening to disrupt operations at mines and construction sites around the world. The biggest coal producers in Canada and Indonesia have added their voices in recent days to warnings about the potential consequences of the shortage.

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      BOLIVIA HOPES EARLY POLL WILL AVERT SOCIAL UNREST
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 5 2005 1'÷3' Under the deal, the general election and for the first time direct elections for provincial governors are to be held on December 4. The next scheduled elections were due to have been held in August 2007.

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      INCO EARNINGS RISE ON 15–YEAR NICKEL HIGH
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 27 2005 03÷00 Inco, the Canadian nickel miner, yesterday reported a sharp rise in second–quarter earnings but warned that its performance in coming months would be hit by lower production and rising costs.

Net earnings in the three months to June 30 rose from $155m to $236m, with earnings pe >>>


      ISSUE OF OIL NATIONALISATION SPLITS BOLIVIA
      FT, 27-07-2005
      June 10 2005 00÷50 The business consultant‘s attention has been drawn to a demonstration of indigenous peasants passing through the middle–class Sopocachi neighbourhood, making their way towards central La Paz.

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      LULA‘S RATINGS RISE DESPITE SCANDAL
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 12 2005 21÷21 The approval rating of the former metal worker actually rose to 5'.' per cent up 2.5 percentage points from May according to a Sensus survey published on Tuesday by the National Transport Confederation (CNT).

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      ADB FORECASTS ASIAN GROWTH OF 6.5% IN 2005
      FT, 27-07-2005
      April 6 2005 04÷15 "There will be some moderation in growth since the cycle probably peaked in 2004," Haruhiko Kuroda, the new ADB president, said in his foreword to the bank‘s latest Annual Development Outlook.

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      ASIAN BANKERS EXPECTED TO STICK WITH GREENBACK
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 27 2005 01÷16 China‘s decision to link the renminbi to an unspecified basket of currencies was a boost for currency junkies.

Since last Thursday, pundits‘ websites and specialist blogs have been abuzz with speculation over a potential shift in China‘s foreign exchange reserves to >>>


      BIG B BRINGS AN ACCEPTABLE FACE OF GREED TO INDIAN TV
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 27 2005 03÷00 The phones have barely stopped ringing at Star TV‘s Mumbai office. In the past 12 days, 18m Indians have called a premium–rate hotline in a desperate attempt to participate in Kaun Banega Crorepati 2, the Hindi language version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

The show t >>>


      JAPAN–KOREA TRADE TALKS ON VERGE OF COLLAPSE
      FT, 27-07-2005
      June 27 2005 12÷43 "We cannot engage in further negotiations if Japan maintains this kind of attitude," said the diplomat, who declined to be named.

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      RANGOON OPTS OUT OF ASEAN LEADERSHIP
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 27 2005 03÷00 Burma‘s military junta bowed to international pressure yesterday and relinquished its turn to lead the Association of South East Asian Nations, citing the pressing need to focus on its domestic political crisis.

The junta‘s unprecedented move comes after months of public >>>


      S KOREA‘S AMBASSADOR QUITS OVER PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN BRIBERY ALLEGATIONS
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 27 2005 03÷00 Hong Seok–hyun, South Korea‘s ambassador in Washington, resigned yesterday amid allegations that he acted as a courier who delivered Won10bn ($10m, òÂì8m, ã6m) in bribes to presidential candidates during the 1''7 Korean election campaign.
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      WOLFOWITZ PRESSES RIGHT BUTTONS IN AFRICA
      FT, 27-07-2005
      June 17 2005 1'÷4' Believe the rhetoric and the world‘s poorest continent may have a new, unlikely ally a man more commonly associated with US neo–conservatism and the Iraq war than the plight of impoverished Africans.

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      BANKS BACK RULES TO THWART TERROR
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 26 2005 1'÷41 European banks have given full support to a European Commission proposal made on Monday seeking to cut terrorist groups off from their access to financing.

The Commission proposed strict new disclosure requirements on banks and other financial institutions. Under the rules, which >>>


      BANKS BACK RULES TO THWART TERROR
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 26 2005 1'÷41 European banks have given full support to a European Commission proposal made on Monday seeking to cut terrorist groups off from their access to financing.

The Commission proposed strict new disclosure requirements on banks and other financial institutions. Under the rules, which >>>


      BLAIR‘S CYPRUS TALKS FAIL TO UNIFY LEADERS
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 27 2005 18÷08 The leaders of Turkey and Cyprus clashed on Wednesday, in spite of an attempt by Tony Blair, British prime minister, to persuade the two sides to set aside their differences.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish prime minister, and Tassos Papadopoulos, Cypriot president, have both met Mr Bl >>>


      BLAIR‘S SPANISH MéNAGE à TROIS
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 26 2005 21÷36 It‘s unlikely to be a meeting of minds on Wednesday when Tony Blair and JosÃ
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      BRUSSELS CAN HELP THE MARKETS TO HELP THEMSELVES
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 26 2005 21÷24 The rejection of the European Union‘s constitutional treaty in France and the Netherlands and the stalemate in last month‘s EU budget negotiations have raised profound questions about whether the Lisbon agenda, the current top–down approach to economic reform across the EU, >>>


      EADS ON TRACK FOR STRONG YEAR AS PROFITS RISE
      FT, 27-07-2005
      July 27 2005 08÷36 EADS remained on track for a strong 2005 after Europe‘s largest aerospace company on Wednesday unveiled a strong first–half performance helped by its Airbus aircraft unit.

The group, which in June resolved an eight–month management crisis when French and German shar >>>


      EUROPE÷ BLAIR‘S WHOLE NEW WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY
      FT, 27-07-2005
      June 2' 2005 21÷02 The European parliament was putty in his hands; the foreign press reported his speech on their front pages in glowing terms.

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