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      CESAR'3; FOX LA CONTROVERSIA POR PRESUPUESTO DE 2005: CHUAYFFET
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El decreto de 2006 no será discutido hasta que concluya ese litigio, dice a priístas Jorge Teherán El Universal Miércoles 14 de septiembre de 2005 El presidente Fox enviará a la Cámara de Diputados una iniciativa para modificar el decreto de Presupuesto 2005 y con ello dejar sin materia la >>>


      CONFIRMAN REGRESO DEL PAPALOAPAN PARA MAŃANA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Detecta SRE 3 mil 200 mexicanos damnificados por Katrina 15:16 Prepara "El Papaloapan" su regreso a Tampico 14:1'
17:5' El buque ARM–411 Papaloapan regresará este miércoles al puerto de Tampico luego de concluir la misión de ayuda humanitaria que inició >>>


      CREEL Y MONTIEL TAMBIÉN RECAUDAR'3;N VÍA EL 01 '00
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El precandidato presidencial del Partido Acción Nacional, Santiago Creel, y la Red de Enlace Juvenil (REJ) del aspirante presidencial del PRI, Arturo Montiel, tienen previsto la utilización de un número 01 '00 como parte su estrategia para financiar sus respectivas precampańas.

Sin emba >>>


      DA PRD EN WASHINGTON MENSAJE DE CONCILIACIÓN
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      washington .– El PRD considera que México es parte de Norteamérica y Andrés Manuel López Obrador está lejos de ser comparable al "hombre fuerte" venezolano Hugo Chávez, sostuvieron hoy representantes e intelectuales "perredistas".

Las posibilidades de tri >>>


      DAR'3;N M'3;S RECURSOS AL RUBRO SOCIAL
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El presidente Vicente Fox dijo que 63 por ciento del presupuesto federal para 2006 será destinado a la política social, especialmente para los mexicanos más necesitados. Indicó que la educación será un rubro prioritario.

Al inaugurar un salón comedor en la escuela primaria Re >>>


      DETECTA SRE 3 MIL 200 MEXICANOS DAMNIFICADOS POR KATRINA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Reabren el aeropuerto de Nueva Orleáns 15:0' Asume Bush responsabilidad por respuesta a Katrina 11:30 Promete funcionario vivienda para afectados por Katrina 11:0' Realizarán autopsias a cadáveres hallados en Nueva Orleáns 0':2' Busca Bush lavar su imagen tras &lsq >>>


      DICTAN FORMAL PRISIÓN A INTEGRANTE DEL CARTEL DE LOS ARELLANO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      18:54 Un juez federal dictó auto de formal prisión contra José Gustavo Contreras López por el delito de delincuencia organizada, debido a su presunta relación con el cártel de los hermanos Arellano Félix.

La PGR informó en un comunicado que Contreras López tambi >>>


      DICTAN PRISIÓN A SIETE EX FUNCIONARIOS DE MIGRACIÓN
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Incriminan cinco testigos a empleada de Migración 28/03/04 Dictan formal prisión a suegra de Santiago Pando 25/03/04
15:10 El Juzgado 6 de Distrito en Materia de Procesos Penales Federales dictó auto de formal prisión a siete ex servidores públicos del Instituto Nacional de Migración ( >>>


      EFEMÉRIDES NACIONALES
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      07:32 1526.– Francisco de Orozco funda la Villa de Antequera, hoy ciudad de Oaxaca, México.

1813.– El sacerdote mexicano José María Morelos y Pavón presenta ante el Congreso de Chilpancingo el documento Sentimientos de la Nación, en el que se proclama la Independencia de Am >>>


      EL SANTORAL DE HOY
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      06:58 Celebran hoy su santo Crescenciano, Salustia, Crecencio, Notburga, Gabriel y Taurino.

Mańana será onomástico de Dolores, Nicomendes, Porfirio, Edita y Catalina. Han transcurrido 256 días y faltan 10' para que finalice el ańo. mvc

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      ENCABEZA PRESIDENTE CEREMONIA A NIŃOS HÉROES
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      11:55 El presidente Vicente Fox Quesada encabezó esta mańana la ceremonia del 158 Aniversario de la gesta heroica de los Nińos Héroes en el Castillo de Chapultepec, donde colocó una ofrenda floral.

Ante el representante de los tres poderes de la Unión, integrantes del gabinete y e >>>


      ESTRENA LA ARMADA DOS HELICÓPTEROS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      La Armada de México presentó en sus instalaciones los dos nuevos helicópteros Panther de fabricación francesa adquiridos en el 2004 para reforzar la vigilancia estratégica, la lucha antidrogas en el país y las operaciones de salvamento en alta mar.

Los aparatos fueron presentados >>>


      EU NUNCA OLVIDAR'3; AYUDA DE MÉXICO: EMBAJADOR
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Confirman regreso del Papaloapan para mańana 17:5' Detecta SRE 3 mil 200 mexicanos damnificados por Katrina 15:16 Reabren el aeropuerto de Nueva Orleáns 15:0' Asume Bush responsabilidad por respuesta a Katrina 11:30 Promete funcionario vivienda para afectados por Katrina 11:0' S >>>


      HOSPITAL EN TLAPA SIN MÉDICOS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Xóchiltl Gálvez Ruiz, responsable de la Comisión Nacional para el Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas, informó que está por inaugurarse el Hospital de Especialidades del Nińo y la Mujer en Tlapa, Guerrero, considerada una de las regiones más pobres del país, y lamentó q >>>


      HOY, RESOLUCIÓN DEL TRIBUNAL ELECTORAL EN CASO GORDILLO–PRI
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de Federación (TEPJF) resolverá hoy el primero de los dos recursos que la secretaria general priísta Elba Esther Gordillo interpuso en defensa de sus derechos como militante.

Los magistrados determinarán si fue legal o ilegal la convocatoria para la >>>


      IFE PLANTEA ACOTAR CAMPAŃAS EN EU
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El anteproyecto de Acuerdo del Consejo General del IFE para reglamentar las actividades de candidatos y partidos para fomentar el voto de los mexicanos en el exterior plantea que "en ningún tiempo los partidos políticos nacionales y sus candidatos podrán realizar actividades para la obtención d >>>


      INTERROGAR'3;N A TITULARES DE SIEDO Y AFI POR CASO NAHÚM
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      13:54 José Luis Santiago Vasconcelos, titular de la Subprocuraduría de Investigación Especializada en Delincuencia Organizada (SIEDO) y Genaro García Luna, director de la Agencia Federal de Investigación (AFI), serán interrogados dentro de dos semanas por el Ministerio Público de la F >>>


      INVESTIGA PGR 16 CASOS DE VIOLACIONES A DERECHOS HUMANOS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      14:44 En lo que va de este ańo se han integrado 16 averiguaciones previas que están en curso, en contra de servidores públicos de la Procuraduría General de la República (PGR), por violaciones a las garantías de ciudadanos, por posibles privaciones ilegales de la libertad, retenciones ileg >>>


      LANZA FOX INICIATIVA EN TEMA ENERGÉTICO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El presidente Vicente Fox anunció 10 acciones para fortalecer el sector energético, luego del incremento en los precios del gas natural como consecuencia del paso del huracán Katrina por Estados Unidos.

Las medidas, aseguró el mandatario, buscan beneficiar a la población en general y a >>>


      LOS PRÓFUGOS DEL SEXENIO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      12:17 El pasado viernes, la Procuraduría de Justicia del Distrito Federal informó que busca al ex regente de la ciudad, Óscar Espinosa Villarreal, para procesarlo por el presunto desvío de 400 millones de pesos del ex Departamento del Distrito Federal que fueron destinados a gastos políticos.>>>


      LÓPEZ OBRADOR CANCELA SU VIAJE
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El aspirante presidencial Andrés Manuel López Obrador canceló su viaje a Los '3;ngeles, luego de que el Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE) advirtió el lunes al perredista que si viajaba y realizaba las actividades planeadas violaría la ley electoral.

El ex jefe de gobierno capita >>>


      MONITOREO DEL IFE, "MODERNO SENSOR"
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El monitoreo a radio y televisión que hará el IFE a las campańas presidenciales del 2006 atenta contra la libertad de expresión y lo convierte en un "moderno sensor", consideró Ernesto Villanueva, experto del Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas de la UNAM.

El investig >>>


      NECESARIO, AJUSTAR LA LEY ELECTORAL: FROMOW
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      La titular de la Fiscalía Especial para Delitos Electorales, María de los '3;ngeles Fromow, adelantó que cabildeará con los diputados federales modificaciones al Cofipe en materia de sanciones para garantizar la legalidad de la votación de los mexicanos en el extranjero, pues se realizar >>>


      NINGÚN PAÍS PUEDE QUEDAR EXCLUIDO DEL DESARROLLO: FOX
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Reconoce Fox retos para fortalecer a la ONU 0':50 Insta Bush a colaboración mundial contra terrorismo 0':22 Llama Annan a recuperar confianza en la ONU 0':15 Inicia Cumbre Mundial en la ONU 08:30 Sitian miles de policías la gran manzana 05:07 Se trunca reforma de la ONU

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      OPTIMISTAS, DEJAN SU HUELLA Y VAN DE PUENTE
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El salón de sesiones estaba desolado. Muy pocos diputados, menos de la mitad, permanecían ahí. Lo que se decía en la tribuna parecía importar poco. Se vivía ya el ambiente vacacional. Los representantes populares estaban a punto de marcharse a disfrutar el puente de las fiestas patrias.
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      PEDIR'3;N EXPLICACIÓN DE ELIZONDO SOBRE PLAN ENERGÉTICO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Analizará Senado plan de Fox sin prejuicios: Jackson 14:08 Desarrollará Pemex El Fénix con o sin inversión privada 10:28 Subsidiará Gobierno con 870 mdd plan energético 10:15 Rechaza Elizondo que se vaya a privatizar Pemex 08:50 Lanza Fox iniciativa en tema energéti >>>


      PGR: 65 POR CIENTO DE LOS INDÍGENAS PRESOS EST'3;N ACUSADOS DE TR'3;FICO DE DROGAS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      La mayoría de los indígenas que se encuentran en prisión en el país están acusados de delitos contra la salud relacionados con el tráfico de drogas.

De acuerdo con la Procuraduría General de la República (PGR), 65 por ciento de los indígenas prisioneros enfrentan ca >>>


      PIDE FOX PERMISO AL SENADO PARA VIAJAR A CANAD'3;
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      10:22 El presidente Vicente Fox Quesada solicitó permiso al Senado de la República para ausentarse del país del 28 al 30 de septiembre para llevar a cabo una visita de trabajo a Vancouver y Calgary, Canadá.

En la solicitud, el titular del Ejecutivo federal explicó que su visita tiene t >>>


      PIDEN A FOX M'3;S RECURSOS PARA CIENCIA Y TECNOLOGÍA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Diputados, científicos y rectores de universidades públicas demandaron al presidente Vicente Fox, en Los Pinos, mayores recursos para la educación, la ciencia y la tecnología, en una "breve" reunión en la cual sólo hubo el compromiso del Presidente de "analizar" la situ >>>


      PLANTEAN REGULAR LA TRANSICIÓN DE 2006
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      El Senado de la República solicitó ayer a la Cámara de Diputados establecer reglas de operación que garanticen la transparencia y fiscalización de los recursos presupuestales para el equipo de transición de quien resulte presidente electo en 2006.

La solicitud fue presentada por l >>>


      PRESENTA LA MARINA DOS NUEVOS HELICÓPTEROS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      15:00 La Armada de México presentó en sus instalaciones los dos nuevos helicópteros Panther de fabricación francesa adquiridos en el 2004 para reforzar la vigilancia estratégica, la lucha antidrogas en el país y las operaciones de salvamento en alta mar.

Los aparatos fueron presen >>>


      PRESENTAR'3;N DICT'3;MENES DE EDOMEX Y NAYARIT
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Los magistrados ponentes que anularon las elecciones de Tabasco y Colima, Mauro Miguel Reyes Zapata y Jesús Orozco, respectivamente, son los que hoy, en la sesión pública del Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federación (TEPJF), presentarán los dictámenes sobre las impugnaciones >>>


      RECONOCE FOX RETOS PARA FORTALECER A LA ONU
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Insta Bush a colaboración mundial contra terrorismo 0':22 Llama Annan a recuperar confianza en la ONU 0':15 Inicia Cumbre Mundial en la ONU 08:30 Sitian miles de policías la gran manzana 05:07 Se trunca reforma de la ONU

Aprueba ONU un texto ‘light‘ Busca Vicent >>>


      REDES DE AMLO, NO TAN CIUDADANAS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Pensadas para llenar los huecos que en estructura y preferencia electoral tiene el PRD en más de la mitad del país, las redes ciudadanas se nutren de ex priístas, ex panistas, ex perredistas, petistas y algunos con cargos directivos en el perredismo de varias entidades del país.

Ahora que A >>>


      RENUNCIA ROCCATTI A FISCALÍA CONTRA FEMINICIDIOS EN JU'3;REZ
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      10:5' La fiscal especial para los casos de homicidios de mujeres en Ciudad Juárez, Mireille Roccatti, dejará a partir de este 15 de septiembre el cargo que ocupó durante tres meses y medio, para incorporarse al equipo de trabajo del gobernador electo del Estado de México, Enrique Peńa Nieto >>>


      RETOMAR'3; SCJN EL CASO ESTRADA CAJIGAL LA PRÓXIMA SEMANA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      18:3' El próximo 1' de septiembre los ministros de la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación (SCJN) tomarán de nueva cuenta el caso del gobernador Sergio Estrada Cajigal Ramírez, informó Luis Edgardo Gómez Pineda.

En entrevista el consejero jurídico del gobierno estat >>>


      SE AMPARAR'3; AMDA AL EMITIRSE REGLAS SOBRE CHOCOLATES
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      13:43 La Asociación Mexicana de Distribuidores de Automotores interpondrá un amparo hasta que la Secretaría de Hacienda emita las reglas para la legalización de los autos chocolate, pues tal acto «no se ha consumado" debido a que aún no se ha regularizado ningún vehículo, d >>>


      SE DESTINAR'3; 63% DE PRESUPUESTO 2006 A POLÍTICA SOCIAL: FOX
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Anuncian desarrollo de El Fénix con o sin inversión privada 10:28 Subsidiará Gobierno con 870 mdd plan energético 10:15 Rechaza Elizondo que se vaya a privatizar Pemex 08:50 Lanza Fox iniciativa en tema energético

Baja crudo a 63 dls. por barril Darán más s >>>


      SUBSIDIAR'3; GOBIERNO CON 870 MDD PLAN ENERGÉTICO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 14-09-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Duda Encinas que prospere plan de Fox 11:17 Desarrollará Pemex El Fénix con o sin inversión privada 10:28 Rechaza Elizondo que se vaya a privatizar Pemex 08:50 Baja crudo a 63 dls. por barril

Darán más subsidios al sector energético Insuficiente, el plan energ&# >>>


      CHINA: 1' MUERTOS EN AVALANCHA, TRAS LLUVIAS TORRENCIALES
      Siglo XXI, 14-09-2005
      AP BEIJING. Avalanchas de lodo mataron a 1' personas en la provincia de Anhui, al este de China, informó el domingo la agencia noticiosa oficial Xinhua, al acrecentarse la cifra de víctimas causadas por el tifón Talim.

Las muertes se registraron en los dos últimos días en el condad >>>


      FALLECIÓ DE C'3;NCER PRESIDENTE DEL SUPREMO, WILLIAM REHNQUIST
      Siglo XXI, 14-09-2005
      EFE Washington. El presidente del Tribunal Supremo de EEUU, William Rehnquist, de 80 ańos, que hasta último minuto atendió sus funciones a pesar de su grave enfermedad, falleció la pasada noche de cáncer de tiroides.

Este jurista perseverante, rostro del poder judicial estadounidense d >>>


      ABBAS TO DISARM RESISTANCE GROUPS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas plans to disarm resistance fighters in the near future, beginning with his own Fatah group‘s armed wing, a top Abbas aide has said.

Although the aide, Rafiq Husseini, provided no timetable, it was the first indication that Abbas would begin to deal with the issue.
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      ANNAN: IMPLEMENT UN REFORMS FULLY
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      UN chief Kofi Annan has made an impassioned plea to world leaders to fully implement UN reforms and to take bolder steps to fight poverty and bolster world security.

"I urge you, as world leaders, individually collectively, to keep working on this reform agenda to have patience to persevere, and the visio >>>


      BAGHDAD CAR BOMBING KILLS AT LEAST 80
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      At least 80 people have been killed and 120 wounded in a car bombing in Baghdad, barely hours after another 17 people were killed in an attack north of the capital.

A car bomb exploded early on Wednesday near a group of labourers who gathered to look for work in Baghdad, killing at least 80 people and wounding >>>


      BUSH TAKES BLAME FOR KATRINA MESS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      President George Bush has taken responsibility for any failures in the federal response to Hurricane Katrina and acknowledged the storm exposed serious deficiencies at all levels of government.

"To the extent that the federal government didn‘t fully do its job right, I take responsibility," Bus >>>


      CHARGES FILED IN KATRINA DEATHS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      The toll from the third deadliest hurricane in US history has hit 648 after officials filed homicide charges against the operators of a nursing home where 34 patients died, trapped by the storm‘s floodwaters.

Louisiana officials said on Tuesday the state‘s death toll from the storm had risen to 423 >>>


      CHAVEZ FOES TO GET MORE US FUNDS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Venezuelan activists facing trial for receiving money from a US–financed organisation to promote a vote against President Hugo Chavez last year, will get additional funding from the organisation, representatives say.

A Venezuelan judge last month ordered four members of the Sumate civil association &ndas >>>


      CROWDS DEFY GAZA BORDER DEADLINE
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Palestinians have scrambled into Egypt from Gaza‘s border after a midnight deadline passed for the Palestinian and Egyptian security forces to close the frontier.

More than 40 Palestinians pushed their way inside Egypt north of the Gaza border town of Rafah on Wednesday morning, defying a small pack of E >>>


      DARFUR REBEL GROUP TO SKIP TALKS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      The main rebel group in western Sudan‘s war–torn Darfur region has said it will not attend key peace talks with the Khartoum government due to open in Nigeria on Thursday.

"Our position remains the same: We will not attend political negotiations on Thursday with the Sudanese government until w >>>


      DARFUR REBELS WARN SUDAN GOVERNMENT
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      The Sudan Liberation Movement has warned the Khartoum government of grave consequences if attacks against its positions in West Darfur continue, Aljazeera reports.

A statement issued by the rebel movement on Tuesday accused the Sudanese authorities of violating international resolutions and ceasefire agreement >>>


      DILUTED REFORMS ON UN SUMMIT AGENDA
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      The UN is preparing to roll out the red carpet to more than 170 leaders attending the world‘s largest summit a day after it approved a watered–down blueprint to restructure the embattled world body on its 60th anniversary.

United Nations Secretary–General Kofi Annan will on Wednesday play hos >>>


      EGYPT VOWS THEATRE BLAZE JUSTICE
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Egypt‘s attorney–general has vowed to bring to justice officials responsible for a theatre blaze last week that left 46 people dead and dozens of others injured.

Legal chief Maher Abd al–Wahid told said on Wednesday that "nobody is above the law".

A total of 46 people peris >>>


      EX–ISRAELI OFFICERS RISK ARREST ABROAD
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Ex–Israeli army officers could face risks on trips abroad after a former Gaza commander was threatened with arrest in Britain on war crimes charges.

On Sunday, Doron Almog, a retired Israeli army general, stayed on board a plane at London‘s airport when he heard he would be arrested. A human rights >>>


      FINAL IRAQ DRAFT CONSTITUTION SENT TO UN
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Iraqi leaders have completed a draft constitution after months of tortuous negotiations, but a Sunni Arab group has called for the charter to be voted down in a referendum next month.

"The text was handed over to the UN and will be distributed to the people so that they can consider it" ahead of the >>>


      FUEL SHORTAGE CRIPPLES ZIMBABWE
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Municipal and emergency services in Zimbabwe‘s capital have been crippled by a fuel shortage, with only one fire engine in operation.

Testifying before a parliamentary committee on Wednesday, Harare‘s town clerk Nomutsa Chideya said the city council was now buying fuel from the black market, but wa >>>


      GUANTANAMO HUNGER STRIKE SPREADS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Nearly 40 more detainees have joined a hunger strike at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp for terrorist suspects, bringing the total to 128.

Eighteen prisoners have been hospitalised, including 13 who are being tube fed, said spokesman for the detention centre Captain John Adams on Tuesday.

The other fiv >>>


      HAMAS FOILS GAZA BORDER CLOSURE BID
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Hamas resistance group has blown a gaping hole in a concrete barrier on the Gaza Strip‘s southern border, enabling Palestinians to continue surging into Egypt despite pledges to restore order.

Hundreds of people continued to scramble across the divided border town on Wednesday after Hamas detonated landm >>>


      HAMAS TO INTENSIFY WEST BANK ATTACKS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Hamas says it will intensify attacks against Israeli targets in the West Bank including east Jerusalem.

"Our weapons will remain in our hands until the Palestinian flag is hoisted in Jerusalem", Hamas leader Mahmud al–Zahar said at a rally in the centre of Gaza City on Tuesday to celebrate the >>>


      HUNDREDS DETAINED AFTER NEPAL RALLY
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Activists have vowed to continue their campaign to restore democracy in Nepal despite a crackdown on a pro–democracy rally by police who detained hundreds of people and beat protesters with batons, injuring about three dozen.

Late on Tuesday, police detained 52' people, including top political party >>>


      IAEA: NO REFERRING IRAN TO COUNCIL YET
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      The head of the UN nuclear watchdog says referring Iran to the Security Council for possible sanctions now would be wrong and instead wants to give Tehran one final chance to comply, a senior diplomat has said.

The governing board of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) begins meeting on Monday.
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      IRANIAN PRESIDENT TO ADDRESS UN
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is to make his maiden appearance at the UN on Wednesday, defending his country‘s nuclear programme against stepped–up US efforts to shut it down.

Government officials said Ahmadinejad would make new proposals to defuse suspicion over Tehran‘s nuclear weap >>>


      IRAQI LAW MINISTER BLASTS US DETENTIONS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Iraq‘s justice minister has condemned the US military for detaining thousands of Iraqis for long periods without charge and wants to change a UN resolution that gives foreign troops immunity from Iraqi law.

Speaking to Reuters, Justice Minister Abdul Hussein Shandal also criticised US detentions of Iraqi >>>


      LIBYA OFFERS TO RE–ESTABLISH SAUDI TIES
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Libya has said it is prepared to restore diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia that were severed after Riyadh accused Tripoli of a plot to assassinate the then crown prince of the kingdom.

Deputy Foreign Minister Hasuna Shawsh told journalists on Wednesday that Libya had informed the Arab League it was ready >>>


      MALAYSIA LAW TO PROTECT FIRST WIVES
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Malaysia is moving to protect the financial rights of first wives whose husbands take another spouse, according to the New Straits Times.

Under the proposed changes to the country‘s sharia law that applies to Muslim Malays, wives can ask for their share of assets, including property, acquired during the >>>


      MOROCCAN GROUP ORDERED OFF FLIGHT
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Air Algeria has ordered members of a Moroccan non–government organisation off its Madrid–Algiers flight in response to orders from Algerian authorities.

The NGO members were planning to head to the southwestern Algerian city of Tindouf on Tuesday to discuss issues related to Western Sahara.

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      NATO SPLIT ON AFGHAN OPERATION
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Nato chiefs are trying to overcome disagreements over the alliance‘s future in Afghanistan, including plans for it to take overall command of security operations from the US–led coalition there.

Four days before key Afghan parliamentary elections, US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld spoke of possi >>>


      NATO TERM IN AFGHANISTAN EXTENDED
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      The security situation in Afghanistan remains a threat to international peace, the UN Security Council has said in authorising a Nato–led multinational force to stay in the country for another year.

The council acted just days before national assembly and provincial council elections are to be held in Af >>>


      OFFICIAL: OSAMA FLED WITH AFGHAN HELP
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Osama bin Laden was provided safe passage to Pakistan in 2001 by Afghan commanders paid by al–Qaida and sympathetic to its cause, a senior Afghan official has said.

Lutfullah Mashal, Afghanistan‘s Interior Ministry spokesman, on Wednesday said commanders helped the al–Qaida leader escape from >>>


      OHIO CHILDREN FOUND KEPT IN CAGES
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Sheriff‘s deputies have removed 11 disabled children from a home in the US where they were made to sleep in cages less than one metre high.

The children‘s adoptive and foster parents, Mike and Sharen Gravelle, denied that they abused or neglected the children during a custody hearing on Monday in H >>>


      S AFRICA ALLOWS NEW "DR DEATH" TRIAL
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      South Africa‘s top court has given prosecutors permission to re–open a case against Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" for bizarre apartheid–era plots involving germ warfare and the murder of black opponents.

The Constitutional Court said the former head of the white government‘ >>>


      SCORES DIE IN MULTIPLE IRAQ EXPLOSIONS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      More than 150 people have been killed in a series of car bombings in Baghdad, and fighters said the carnage was aimed at avenging an offensive against them in northern Iraq.

An Iraqi security source said the bloodiest strike came in the Shia district of Kadhimiyah, where the toll rose to 112 there alone, from >>>


      SERB WAR CRIMES SUSPECT SURRENDERS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      A top Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect, indicted by a UN tribunal for some of the worst atrocities in the Bosnian war, has surrendered to Serb authorities in Bosnia, a government official says.

The suspect, Sredoje Lukic, who has been hiding since late 1''0s, was indicted by the tribunal in The Hague, N >>>


      SYRIA DISMISSES BUSH CHARGES ON IRAQ
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Syria has rejected renewed accusations from US President George Bush that it was turning a blind eye to infiltration of Iraq by Arab volunteers intent on fighting US–led forces.

Syria recalled that it had signed an agreement with the Iraqi and US governments for joint patrols along the border and taken o >>>


      TALIBAN KILL SEVEN, AFGHAN GOVERNOR SAYS
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      Taliban rebels have reportedly shot dead seven Afghan civilians after finding a registration document for Sunday‘s milestone elections in their car, according to a provincial governor.

The attack on Tuesday in the central province of Uruzgan is the latest in a wave of violence in the run–up to the >>>


      US JETS STRIKE IRAQI TOWN NEAR SYRIA
      Aljazeera, 14-09-2005
      US aircraft have repeatedly struck fighter targets in the Iraqi town of Karabila, near the Syrian border, while the Iraqi army clashed with fighters at the nearby Gumruk area.

"American aircraft have struck the city of Karabila more than 10 times," a hospital source said on Tuesday.

The hosp >>>


      LA CHARTE PEUT ENTRAÎNER LA "REMISE Ŕ NIVEAU INTERNATIONAL" DE L‘ALGÉRIE
      APS, 14-09-2005
      Bruxelles – La Charte pour la paix et la réconciliation est de nature ŕ "effacer les aspects négatifs que lТAlgérie a tant traînée" et la remettre "vraiment ŕ niveau international digne de son rang", a déclaré Anne Mari Lizin, présidente du S >>>


      LE MINISTČRE DES AFFAIRES RELIGIEUSES SOULIGNE LE RÔLE DES MOSQUÉES DANS LA PROMOTION DE LA RÉCONCILIATION
      APS, 14-09-2005
      Alger – Le minist';re des Affaires religieuses et des waqfs a souligné le rôle des mosquées et des cadres du secteur dans la promotion des valeurs de tolérance et de réconciliation dans la société pour "consacrer le bien des citoyens algériens". Dans un >>>


      LE PRÉSIDENT BOUTEFLIKA APPELLE L‘ONU Ŕ ADOPTER UNE DÉFINITION "CONSENSUELLE" DU TERRORISME
      APS, 14-09-2005
      New York – Le Président de la République, M. Abdelaziz Bouteflika, a appelé mercredi ŕ New York les Nations unies ŕ adopter une définition "consensuelle" du terrorisme pour mieux le combattre et de façon ŕ éviter tout amalgame entre ce fléau et la lutt >>>


      ONU: LA DÉCLARATION DU PRÉSIDENT BOUTEFLIKA DEVANT LE CONSEIL DE SÉCURITÉ (TEXTE INTÉGRAL)
      APS, 14-09-2005
      New York – Le Président de la République M. Abdelaziz Bouteflika a prononcé mercredi ŕ New York la Déclaration suivante ŕ la réunion au sommet du Conseil de Sécurité sur "Le rôle du Conseil de Sécurité et le nouveau consensus sur la sécurit&# >>>


      RÉFÉRENDUM: DEMAIN, LES FRUITS DE LA PAIX ET DE LA RÉCONCILIATION Ŕ JIJEL
      APS, 14-09-2005
      Jijel – Le retour de la paix et de la stabilité est un facteur essentiel, pour ne pas dire une condition sine qua non, pour toute entreprise de développement socio–économique et culturel dans la wilaya de Jijel qui a durement vécu les affres du terrorisme durant la triste décennie >>>


      AFGHAN WOMEN TO MAKE VOICES HEARD IN NEW PARLIAMENT
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      By Evelyn Sayan / Tue Sep 13, 6:00 AM ET KABUL (Reuters) – Four years ago Shukria Barakzai was running a secret school for girls in her Kabul home, risking severe punishment from the Taliban‘s religious police.

Today, she is running for parliament, competing against men, including her own husband, >>>


      AFGHANISTAN‘S INFOTAINMENT REVOLUTION, THANKS TO INDIA
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      Kabul: The hills of Afghanistan are resounding with Indian film songs and more than two–thirds of songs broadcast are from Hindi films. The dozen–odd cinema halls in the capital screen Hindi films daily, all shows.

As a result, Bollywood stars are household names in Afghanistan. Afghans follow Indi >>>


      AFGHANISTAN: BREATHTAKING, WAY OFF THE BEATEN TRACK AND OPEN FOR TRAVEL
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      Tourism Gains with Improving Stability Press Release / Source: Source: China Productions / Tuesday September 13,
5:08 am ET HONG KONG, Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ –– "Though Afghanistan‘s south remains dangerous, in the north and west one can see breathtaking landscapes and cultural treasures. Amon >>>


      AFGHANS CITE DILAPIDATED ROADS AS MAJOR PROBLEM
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      Daily Afghan Report – September 12, 2005 – Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
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      AFGHANS MUST HELP THEMSELVES, U.S. AMBASSADOR SAYS
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      Tuesday September 13, 01:05 AM GARDEZ, Afghanistan (Reuters) – Afghans must use the representatives they elect next week to get involved in their development and not leave decisions to foreigners, the U.S. ambassador to the country said on Monday.

The United States is committed to helping Afghanistan, an >>>


      AFGHANS PROTEST OVER CANDIDATE‘S DISQUALIFICATION
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      Tuesday September 13, 4:58 PM KABUL (Reuters) – About 100 Afghans held a noisy protest on Tuesday to denounce the disqualification of a candidate from Sunday‘s elections because of his links to an armed faction.

Afghanistan is struggling to establish political stability after 25 years of conflict, >>>


      BRITAIN SAYS MORE TROOPS NEEDED IN AFGHANISTAN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      London (dpa) – British Defence Secretary John Reid called Tuesday for several thousand additional NATO troops to be deployed in Afghanistan.

Reid suggested that the extra troops would be needed as NATO expands the geographical coverage of its ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) operation in th >>>


      CAMPAIGN ADVERTS SWAMP CAPITAL
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      It seems that if anything remains still for a moment, an election poster will be plastered on it.

By Amanullah Nasrat in Kabul (ARR No. 186, 12–Sep–05) Institute for War & Peace Reporting They are everywhere, a new phenomenon in every city, town and village in Afghanistan. Pasted on walls and s >>>


      DON‘T ABANDON AFGHANISTAN AFTER POLLS, KARZAI TELLS WORLD
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      HERAT, Afghanistan, Sept 13 (AFP) – Afghan President Hamid Karzai Tuesday urged the world not to turn its back on the troubled country after its landmark parliamentary polls this week.

The international community, which has poured billions of dollars into Afghanistan since the fall of the Taliban in late >>>


      GHAZNI‘S FORMIDABLE FEMALES
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      Lack of security and opposition from family members are minor obstacles to some of the candidates standing for parliament in a staunchly conservative region.

By Wahidullah Amani in Ghazni (ARR No. 186, 12–Sep–05) Institute for War & Peace Reporting The women parliamentary candidates of Ghazni p >>>


      KARZAI URGES TERROR FIGHT RETHINK
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      Afghan President Hamid Karzai says the US and other international forces need to reconsider their approach to bringing peace to Afghanistan.

Violence largely blamed on the Taleban has claimed at least 1,000 lives this year – the worst toll since 2001.

He said there had to be a focus on "the >>>


      NATO TALKS ON AFGHAN DEPLOYMENTS
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      Defence ministers from Nato nations are meeting in Berlin with one of the key issues for debate being the deployment of its forces in Afghanistan.

The two–day meeting will review plans for Nato forces to move into areas in 2006 where US forces now operate.

Correspondents say the contentious issu >>>


      NEW ROAD OPENS IN AFGHANISTAN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      It runs for less than two miles, and itТs made of cobblestones, but U.S. and Afghan officials have already dubbed it «The Road of the Future.» The first paved road in Paktika province, an impoverished area that has seen its share of violence in post–Taliban Afghanistan, was officially opened over the >>>


      PAKISTAN PRESIDENT PROPOSES BORDER FENCE WITH AFGHANISTAN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      Tuesday September 13, 05:12 AM NEW YORK (AFP) – Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf unveiled plans to build a "fence" along the border with Afghanistan to curb the movement of militants bent on destabilizing the government in Kabul.

Musharraf floated the proposal during a meeting in New York w >>>


      RUMSFELD SEEKS NATO ROLE IN AFGHANISTAN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      BERLIN – Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Tuesday he hopes NATO will eventually be able to take over counterterrorism operations in Afghanistan currently being handled by coalition forces, allowing the United States to reduce its forces there. But he acknowledged it will be a difficult task and did not sugg >>>


      US RELEASES FORMER TALEBAN ENVOY
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 14-09-2005
      The former Taleban ambassador to Pakistan has been released after four years at the US detention centre at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.

Afghan TV showed Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef being received by the head of the Afghan Peace and Reconciliation Commission, Sibghatullah Mujaddedi.

Mr Zaeef held senior positi >>>


      ABU DHABI AIRPORT SPENDS MORE ON TRAINING
      Gulf News, 14-09-2005
      Staff Report Abu Dhabi : The Abu Dhabi International Airport has increased its annual expenditure on staff training after its expansion project went underway as building an efficient manpower pool has gained greater significance, officials said.

"Abu Dhabi International Airport invests a minimum of Dh5 mi >>>


      ABWAB REAL ESTATE LAUNCHES NEW COMPLEX
      Gulf News, 14-09-2005
      Staff Report Dubai: Abwab Real Estate yesterday unveiled a Dh6.6 billion mixed–use development that will be spread over 14.2 million square feet in Dubailand.

Al Barari offers a unique living experience with exquisite private homes with lush landscapes. Amidst the botanical gardens will be 330 villas.
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      ADIB UNVEILS PRODUCT FOR BOAT FINANCE
      Gulf News, 14-09-2005
      Staff Report Abu Dhabi : Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (Adib) yesterday launched its latest product for boat financing called Kawareb.

Kawareb is designed for clients who are interested in buying their own boats in a simple and Sharia compliant manner, a bank statement said.

"It is an innovative product >>>


      AHLI UNITED LAUNCHES PERSONAL PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
      Gulf News, 14-09-2005
      Staff Report Manama: Ahli United Bank has partnered with Russell Investment Group (Russell) to offer personal portfolio management services to its private banking clients in the Gulf.

"The Gulf has been experiencing a meteoric rise of asset prices. While many private banking clients have reaped handsome r >>>



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