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      N.KOREA CRISIS TALKS RESUME WITH HOPE FOR PROGRESS
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
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Related Pictures Related Articles FACTBOX–Brief biographies of delegates to N. Korea talks FACTBOX–Issues at six–country talks on nuclear–free N.Korea CHRONOLOGY–Six–country talks on N.Korea nuclear programmes Six Party Talks To Begin N Korea÷ 6 Party Talks To >>>


      NANJING LAUNCHES HUNT FOR ROVER MANAGEMENT TEAM
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
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By Michael Smith LONDON (Reuters) – China‘s Nanjing Automobile said on Tuesday it had launched a search for senior managers to lead a revived MG Rover and said it was not in a hurry to sell major stakes in the carmaker.

"We are talking to a number of senior players with experie >>>


      NASA DEFENDS POSSIBLE SHUTTLE SAFETY RULE WAIVER
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
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Related Pictures Discovery Ready For Launch By Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – NASA is prepared to waive a flight safety rule so it can launch space shuttle Discovery on the first mission since the 2003 Columbia accident if a fuel sensor glitch reoccurs, managers at the U.S. space >>>


      NASA SENDS SHUTTLE BACK INTO SPACE AFTER LONG PAUSE
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
      | RSS Related Pictures Related Articles Discovery‘s commander cool in shuttle hot seat Shuttle‘s return could mean Hubble‘s survival NASA Launches Discovery Astronauts Board Discovery By Irene Klotz and Michael Christie CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – NASA successfully launched space shuttle >>>


      NORTH KOREA CRISIS TALKS RESUME WITH HOPE FOR PROGRESS
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
      | RSS Related Pictures Related Articles Food crisis in North Korea worsens, refugees in China swell Japan raises abductee issue as N.Korea talks open FACTBOX–Brief biographies of delegates to N. Korea talks FACTBOX–Issues at six–country talks on nuclear–free N.Korea CHRONOLOGY–Six–co >>>


      RARE ISLAND BIRDS THREATENED BY ‘SUPER MICE‘
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
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By Ed Stoddard JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – "Monster mice" are eating metre–high albatross chicks alive, threatening rare bird species on a remote south Atlantic island seen as the world‘s most important seabird colony.

Conservation groups say the avian massacre is occur >>>


      SHUTTLE COUNTDOWN SEES FUEL SENSORS PERFORM WELL
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
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By Irene Klotz and Deborah Zabarenko CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – Space shuttle Discovery cleared a critical countdown hurdle on Tuesday when a suspect sensor performed well during fuelling, clearing the way for the first shuttle launch since the 2003 Columbia disaster.

Discovery w >>>


      TUBE STAFF MAY STRIKE OVER SECURITY – UNION
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
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LONDON (Reuters) – The city‘s underground staff will consider strike action if talks fail on tightening security on the capital‘s rail network following this month‘s bombings, a union leader said on Tuesday.

The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union said it would ball >>>


      WATCHDOG FACES TOUGH HUNT FOR TERROR CASH
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
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By Thomas Atkins, European Banking Correspondent GENEVA (Reuters) – Financial firms appear to be cooperating fully in investigations into the London bomb attacks but the hunt for terror cash is proving difficult, the financial watchdog says.

Philip Robinson, crime sector leader at the Fin >>>


      WINING AND DINING BEST WAY TO WOO WOMEN
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
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LONDON (Reuters) – Forget expensive presents or costly jewellery. Wining and dining is the best way for men to woo women, scientists said on Tuesday.

Researchers at Imperial College London developed a mathematical formula and modelled courtship as a sequential game to find the best way to >>>


      WOULD–BE GERMAN FM SEEKS CLOSER TIES WITH BRITAIN
      Reuters UK, 26-07-2005
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By James Mackenzie BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany should forge closer ties with Britain as part of a wider overhaul of its European Union policies, the leading candidate to become foreign minister under conservative leader Angela Merkel said this week.

Wolfgang Gerhardt, foreign policy spokes >>>


      MINISTRY OF LABOUR, SOCIAL SOLIDARITY AND FAMILY IS PREPARED FOR ACCESSION TO EU
      Rompres, 26-07-2005
      Bucharest, July 26 (Rompres) – Of the 43 measures devolving on the Romanian Ministry of Labour, Social Solidarity and Family (MMSSF) for the accession to the European Union, only four are still to be met, said relevant
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      PRESS REVIEW
      Rompres, 26-07-2005
      Bucharest, July 26 /Rompres/ – The main topics making headlines in Romania‘s national dailies of Tuesday relate to the presentation by Prime Minister Calin Popescu–Tariceanu of the toll on the latest floods in Romania, Tariceanu‘s meeting with former National Liberal Party (PNL) national l >>>


      ROMANIA‘S NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM SHOWS EXCEPTIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISCOVERY MADE AT ROSIA MONTANA
      Rompres, 26-07-2005
      Bucharest, July 26 /Rompres/ – A team of French and Romanian archaeologists made an exceptional discovery at Rosia Montana (central–western Romania).

It is a wooden ancient Roman hydraulic device for pumping out water from underground mines, dating back to the 2nd century A.D. that was presen >>>


      SF ANDREI INFANTRY BATTALION 300 CAME BACK TO GALATI FROM AFGHANISTAN
      Rompres, 26-07-2005
      Galati, July 26 (Rompres) – Romanian Minister of Defence Teodor Atanasiu on Tuesday attended the military ceremony organized in Galati (eastern Romania) on the return to Romania of Sf Andrei Infantry Battalion 300 from
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      ACTIONS, NOT WORDS
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      Editorial, The Baltimore Sun July 25, 2005 –– ARECENT EBB in the violence that has turned the Darfur region of Sudan into a killing field the size of Texas offers little comfort.

Fewer tribal villages are being attacked because the murderous militias are running out of targets. During the two&ndash >>>


      1' KILLED IN MILITARY HELICOPTER CRASH IN SUDAN‘S DARFUR
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      KHARTOUM, July 25, 2005 (Xinhua) –– A military helicopter crashed on Monday in Sudan‘s western Darfur region, killing all 1' people on board including four crew members.

A statement by the Sudanese military forces attributed the accident to "the bad weather condition".

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      DUBAI ISLAMIC BANK TAKES 60 PCT STAKE IN SUDAN BANK
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      DUBAI, July 25 (Reuters) – Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) said on Monday it bought a nearly 60–percent stake in Sudan‘s state–run Bank of Khartoum.

A DIB statement said it signed a deal in the Sudanese capital to acquire 60 percent of the ''–percent stake of Sudan‘s govern >>>


      ETHIOPIA, MALAYSIA‘S PETRONAS SIGN PETROLEUM EXPLORATION AGREEMENT
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      ADDIS ABABA, July 25, 2005 (Xinhua) –– Ethiopia‘s Ministry of Mines and PETRONAS, the Malaysian oil firm, on Monday signed a four–year exploration and production agreement to enable the latter explore and produce petroleum in Ethiopia.

According to the agreement signed here by Ethiopia& >>>


      ETHIOPIAN RULING PARTY, ALLIES SHORT OF MAJORITY FOR GOVT
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, July 26, 2005 (AP) –– Official election results counted for more than three–quarters of the seats in parliament show Ethiopia‘s ruling party and its allies are 11 seats short of the majority needed to form government, a senior election official said Tuesday.

The u >>>


      FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER EXPECTED TO VISIT SUDAN ON 28 JULY
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      KHARTOUM, July 25, 2005 (SUNA) –– French Minister of Foreign Affairs Philippe Douste–Blazy is to begin a two–day official visit to Sudan on Thursday .

He will meet Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail and other senior officials. The visit is to deal with bilateral relations, developmen >>>


      GERMANY "IRRITATED" ABOUT US WISH FOR NATO INTERVENTION IN DARFUR
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      HAMBURG, Germany, July 25, 2005 (Der Spiegel) –– If the United States has its will, a massive intervention by NATO is to put an end to violence and expulsion in the province of Darfur in western Sudan.

German soldiers enter a Transall C–160 cargo plane at the military airbase Penzing, 50 kilo >>>


      PRIORITIES OF GOVT OF NATIONAL UNITY INCLUDE DARFUR EASTERN SUDAN
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      RUMBEIK, July 25, 2005 (SUNA) –– First Vice President and President of Government of Southern Sudan John Garang De Mabior has said that the priorities of the stage and the government of national unity include ending the crises of Darfur and east Sudan, expulsion of Lord Army from eastern Equatoria area and >>>


      SOUTHERNERS IN REFUGEE CAMPS OUTSIDE KHARTOUM PLAN TO RETURN HOME
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      By TANALEE SMITH JEBEL AULIA, Sudan, July 25, 2005 (AP) –– The 75–year–old man sat under a crude awning, tying knots in a fishnet stretched out in front of him.

But there was no fishing spot in sight. A Sudanese internally displaced woman at the Al–Fateh camp. (AFP). "It&lsqu >>>


      SUDAN FORCES KILL 7 IN DARFUR ATTACKS–REBELS
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      By Amil Khan KHARTOUM, July 25 (Reuters) – Sudanese troops and helicopters killed seven civilians and wounded about 10 in attacks on villages in the western Darfur region, the rebel commander of the area told Reuters on Monday.

Sudanese national troupes leave the Governor compound in Nyala, South Darfur, >>>


      LIBYA COVERS FUEL COST TO MAINTAIN WFP AIRLIFT OF FOOD AID TO DARFUR
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      World Food Programme (WFP) Press Release KHARTOUM, July 25, 2005 –– The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today welcomed Libya‘s agreement to help cover the costs of its airlift of food aid to western Sudan‘s Darfur region, where up to 3.25 million people will require its assistance.
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      NDA DELEGATION TO ARRIVE IN KHARTOUM WEDNESDAY
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      Abdelrahman Saeed KHARTOUM, July 26, 2005 (SUNA) –– A delegation of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is to arrive in Khartoum Wednesday coming from Cairo in the context of completion of the Cairo agreement, signed between the government and the NDA earlier.

Member of the internal secretariat >>>


      SUDAN TO HOST SYMPOSIUM ON VOLUNTEERS AND THE MDGS
      Sudan Tribune, 26-07-2005
      UN Volunteers Press Release KHARTOUM, 22 July 2005 – Increasing the recognition of and support to volunteers and volunteer involving organizations in helping Sudan meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is the theme of a one–day conference to be held in the capital city on 25 July.

Organized >>>


      BRAZIL HOSTING INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HIV/AIDS PANDEMIC
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      U.S. researchers scheduled to address Rio de Janeiro conference By Eric Green Washington File Staff Writer Washington –– Scientists and public health advocates from the United States and elsewhere are participating in a July 24–27 international conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on stopping the HIV >>>


      CYPRUS, U.S. SIGN COUNTERPROLIFERATION SHIP–BOARDING PACT
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesman July 25, 2005 Media Note The United States and the Republic of Cyprus Proliferation Security Initiative Ship Boarding Agreement On Monday, July 25, 2005, the United States and the Republic of Cyprus signed a reciprocal Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) Ship Boardin >>>


      ENERGY DEPARTMENT GIVES $2.5 MILLION TO NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      Funds support development of renewable energy sources By Carrie Loewenthal Washington File Staff Writer Washington –– In an effort to increase the use of renewable energy on tribal lands, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently made a total of $2.5 million available in assistance to 18 Native American >>>


      EX–IM BANK GUARANTEES LOAN FOR QATARI PETROCHEMICAL PROJECT
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      Export–Import Bank of the United States July 20, 2005 Contact÷ Marianna Ohe or Linda Formella (202) 565–3200 EX–IM BANK FINANCES LARGE PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX IN QATAR WASHINGTON, D.C.÷ The Export–Import Bank of the United States (Ex–Im Bank) has approved a $263 million loan gu >>>


      HEAD OF HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT SAYS MORE CHANGES COMING
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      Chertoff lists four additional changes, four guiding principles Washington –– The secretary of the Department of Homeland Security says the newest U.S. Cabinet department has still more changes ahead.

Speaking at a Washington conference on excellence in government July 25, Homeland Security Secreta >>>


      JOINT CHIEFS CHAIRMAN SAYS EXTREMISM AT CORE OF TERROR THREAT
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      All instruments of power needed for solution, General Meyers says Washington âЂ« The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says that the July 23 bombings in the Egyptian resort Sharm al–Sheikh demonstrate âЂ« just as do the London bombings âЂ« that attacks by violent extremists >>>


      RUMSFELD, EN ROUTE TO KYRGYZSTAN, SAYS BASES STILL HELPFUL
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      "Each country in the region will make up their own mind" about arrangements Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld told reporters traveling with him on a three–day trip to Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan July 24 that the arrangements between the United States and certain countries for the use of military bases >>>


      STATE DEPARTMENT BRIEFING, JULY 25
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      North Korea, Egypt, Cyprus/Greece, Philippines, Iraq, Israel/Palestinians, Sudan, Venezuela/region, Italy, Zimbabwe, Europe State Department spokesman Sean McCormack briefed the press July 25.

Following is the transcript of the State Department briefing÷ (begin transcript) U.S. Department of State Daily >>>


      TRADE NEGOTIATORS GATHER IN GENEVA TO TAKE STOCK OF WTO ROUND
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      U.S. trade official says market access in agriculture still key issue By Wendy Lubetkin Washington File Special Correspondent Geneva –– Trade negotiators are trying to find additional common ground in key areas of World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations before an August recess.

The objective of >>>


      U.N. SOCCER GROUP AIMS TO HELP LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN CHILDREN
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      HIV/AIDS, violence against children focus of effort with soccer federation By Eric Green Washington File Staff Writer Washington –– The children‘s agency of the United Nations known as UNICEF and the soccer federation of Latin America and the Caribbean have agreed to form a long–term partnership >>>


      U.S. SUPPORTS INNOVATIVE CHILDREN‘S LEARNING PROGRAM IN PAKISTAN
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      USAID–funded project encourages creativity in primary schools By Afzal Khan Washington File Special Correspondent Washington –– An experimental education program for Pakistani girls funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is bringing about dramatic changes in their school perfo >>>


      UNITED NATIONS TAKING "ROBUST POSTURE" IN HAITI
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      Peacekeepers seek to disrupt gangs while avoiding harm to civilians By Eric Green Washington File Staff Writer Washington –– A United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti says it is taking a "robust posture" to disrupt and bring to justice armed gangs in the Caribbean nation while employing all p >>>


      UNITED NATIONS URGING END TO ECUADOR‘S SUPREME COURT CRISIS
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      Measures taken to address crisis "insufficient," organization says By Eric Green Washington File Staff Writer Washington –– The United Nations is urging speedy action by Ecuador‘s Congress to end a crisis resulting from the dismissal of the country‘s Supreme Court in 2004.

In >>>


      UNITED STATES OFFERS FUNDING FOR SECURITY, SAFETY AT MOROCCAN PORT
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      USTDA GRANT PROMOTES SAFETY AND SECURITY AT PROPOSED PORT FACILITY IN NORTHERN MOROCCO U.S. Trade and Development Agency 1000 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 1600 Arlington, Virginia 2220' Telephone (703) 875–4357 Fax (703) 875–400' RABAT, MOROCCO âЂ«– (July 22, 2005) Compliance with inter >>>


      UNITED STATES STANDS WITH GOVERNMENT, PEOPLE OF EGYPT, BUSH SAYS
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      President expresses condolences at Egyptian embassy in Washington President Bush said he and first lady Laura Bush visited the Egyptian Embassy in Washington July 25 to express their "heart–felt" sympathies for the people who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks in Egypt as well as the United State >>>


      WHITE HOUSE DAILY BRIEFING, JULY 25
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      Energy legislation, Central American Free Trade Agreement, highway legislation, Roberts‘ nomination, leak investigation, labor unions, North Korea, Bush/African American leaders meeting, Middle East, India, Britain shooting/terrorism, recess appointments, China, prisoner treatment White House Press Secretary Scot >>>


      WHITE HOUSE REPORT, JULY 25÷ NORTH KOREA, AFRICA, PERSONNEL
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      U.S., North Korean officials meet prior to Six–Party Talks resumption U.S.–North Korea PRE–TALKS DISCUSSION  "businesslike" The White House said that a rare, one–on–one discussion between North Korean and American delegates in China before the July 26 resumption of the Six >>>


      YOUNG LEADERS SEEK WAYS TO RESOLVE MIDDLE EAST CONFLICT
      USIA, 26-07-2005
      Conference focuses on international approach, countering biases By Ralph Dannheisser Washington File Special Correspondent Washington âЂ« Over 100 university students and recent graduates from across the United States gathered in Washington July 22 to explore the dynamics of conflict in the Middle East, bot >>>


      BLAIR÷ WORLD SLEPT AFTER '/11 – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Tuesday that much of the world had dropped its guard to the threat of terrorism after the "wake–up call" of the '/11 attacks of 2001.

Blair was speaking after meeting opposition leaders to discuss anti–terror legislation set to be introduced in >>>


      BRAZILIANS PROTEST SHOOTING DEATH IN VICTIM‘S HOMETOWN – JUL 25, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Hundreds of relatives and friends of a Brazilian shot to death in London after being mistaken for a terrorist marched along the cobblestone streets of his hometown Monday, demanding the arrest of the British police who fired the fatal shots.

Some of the protesters held banners denouncing British police as the >>>


      EGYPT TERROR PROBE WIDENS – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Police said Monday they were searching for five Pakistani men in their widening investigation into Egypt‘s deadliest terror attack, which killed scores of people at this Red Sea resort.

Egypt sacked its two security chiefs for the Sinai peninsula after the Saturday bombings in their region. The Health M >>>


      INDIA MUDSLIDES TRAP NEARLY 130 – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Nearly 130 people were feared buried or trapped by mudslides triggered by torrential monsoon rains in western India on Tuesday, police said.

Rescuers have started arriving in Kondivali, a village 150 kilometers ('5 miles) south of Bombay, the capital of western Maharashtra state, to pull out nearly 100 pe >>>


      ISRAEL ANGERED OVER POPE SERMON – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      > From policeman‘s son to pope World celebrates Pope elected Papal influence On the Scene÷ Popes ‘different‘ Catholics react to new pope Religious leaders react SPECIAL REPORT

Profile÷ Pope Benedict XVI Catholics diverse, demanding Map÷ The global church Special R >>>


      ITALY SEEKS 6 MORE ARRESTS IN CIA CASE – JUL 25, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      An Italian court issued six new arrest warrants Monday for suspected CIA agents alleged to have kidnapped an Egyptian–born radical Muslim cleric in Milan.

Italian prosecutors allege the cleric was spirited to Egypt for interrogation and torture.

Milan Judge Chiara Nobile in June issued arrest w >>>


      LAB TO TEST ANIMAL HAIRS FOR SIGNS OF BIGFOOT – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      The debate over the existence of sasquatch, aka Bigfoot, an apelike creature said to haunt the wilderness of western Canada, has entered the world of modern DNA testing.

A laboratory will test hair samples that several residents of Teslin, Yukon, say were left when the large, but so–far mythological cre >>>


      MILES O‘BRIEN‘S SHUTTLE LAUNCH BLOG – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      thwarting the scientific goals of the station. Problem is, the science on the station has never been that exciting. NASA wants to focus on how staying in space affects human beings –– that seems like the most important scientific goal they can pursue.

Weather in shuttle‘s favor Posted÷ >>>


      NIGER‘S HUNGRY AWAIT AID, HARVEST – JUL 25, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      The thatched–roof huts where villagers store grain for the lean season are empty. The only meal of the day is acacia leaves boiled into a thick paste, eaten in the evening in hopes it will lull the children to sleep.

After months of repeated pleas from the United Nations, international aid is starting t >>>


      NORTH KOREA NUCLEAR TALKS RESUME – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Diplomats from the United States, North Korea and four other Asia–region powers have sat down together in the Chinese capital Tuesday for a fresh round of talks aimed at getting North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program.

The six–party talks, which have been stalled since last September, >>>


      PLANE ACCIDENT IN JORDAN NOT A CRASH – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      A Jordanian plane suffered a tire puncture upon landing at an airport in southern Jordan on Tuesday, an Israeli rescue service said revising an earlier report that the plane had crashed.

"This was not a crash. The plane‘s tire burst and the ruckus appeared like a crash," a spokesman for ZAKA t >>>


      U.N. SOURCE÷ PEACEKEEPERS BLOCKED IN IVORY COAST – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Two teams of United Nations peacekeepers in Ivory Coast were blocked by local villagers Tuesday as they tried to reach a town where gunmen attacked security forces at the weekend, a U.N.

military source said. A group of U.N. military observers accompanied by around 50 peacekeepers was stopped on the road to A >>>


      U.N.÷ MYANMAR FM REFUSED MEETING – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      The U.N. envoy leading reconciliation efforts in Myanmar said Tuesday that its foreign minister refused to see him while at a regional conference, in a snub to international efforts to bring democracy in the military–ruled country.

Envoy Razali Ismail had flown to Vientiane specifically to see Myanmar F >>>


      WOMEN UNOFFICIALLY ORDAINED IN CANADA – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Nine Roman Catholic women were unofficially ordained Monday as priests and deacons, undeterred by the threat of excommunication from their church.

The women –– seven Americans, a Canadian and a German living in the United States –– were ordained by Christine Mayr–Lumetzberger of >>>


      ZAMBIA ACCUSES POLITICIAN IN MINE BLAST – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Zambia accused opposition leader Michael Sata Tuesday of causing an explosion at a copper mine during riots over pay last week that led to him being charged with espionage and sedition.

The new allegation regarding the explosion emerged in a police charge sheet read out at Sata‘s first public court appe >>>


      ZIMBABWE, CHINA SIGN ECONOMIC DEAL – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and Chinese leader Hu Jintao signed an agreement on economic cooperation on Tuesday, building on ties at a time the debt–laden, isolated African state is seeking new sources of aid.

Neither side gave details of the economic and technical cooperation agreement and other >>>


      ACCIDENT KILLS 4 SCOUT LEADERS AT JAMBOREE – JUL 25, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Four adult Boy Scout leaders were killed Monday in an electrical accident while setting up camp at the organization‘s 2005 Jamboree, marking with tragedy the first day of a festival that draws thousands of Scouts and Scout leaders from around the world.

The accident happened between 4÷30 p.m. and >>>


      ARUBA CASE REWARD RISES TO $1 MILLION – JUL 25, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      The mother of Natalee Holloway on Monday announced a reward of $1 million for the safe return of her 18–year–old daughter, who disappeared in Aruba nearly two months ago.

"We are just doing everything we possibly can in helping to further the search for Natalee," Beth Holloway Twitty tol >>>


      CHICAGO SKYSCRAPER WOULD BE NATION‘S TALLEST – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      A proposal to build a new 115–story building by 200' could give Chicago claim to having the first and second tallest skyscrapers in the country.

The 2,000–foot tower, proposed by Chicago developer Christopher Carley and designed by noted architect Santiago Calatrava, would go up along the city >>>


      FAKE PURPLE HEART OFF ‘CRASHERS‘ SITE – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Following complaints from a congressman, the producers of "Wedding Crashers" removed from the movie‘s Web site Monday a printable Purple Heart medal advertised as a gimmick to pick up women and get free drinks.

The Purple Heart is among the most venerated medals in the U.S. military. It is awa >>>


      HIKER ON RESCUER÷ ‘HE‘S A GREAT KID‘ – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Hiker Gilbert Dewey Gaedcke‘s trip to paradise included a brush with death after he lost his way on a lava field near Hawaii‘s Kilauea Volcano.

Gaedcke was rescued after five days when Peter Frank, a teenager on a helicopter tour, spotted him. CNN‘s Carol Costello spoke Tuesday with Gaedcke >>>


      MARINE‘S FAMILY UPSET OFFICIAL CAME TO FUNERAL – JUL 25, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Rhonda Goodrich, Marine‘s sister–in–law YOUR E–MAIL ALERTS Iraq or Create Your Own Manage Alerts
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      MUSLIM GROUPS TARGET YOUTHS IN ANTI–TERROR CAMPAIGN – JUL 25, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      A coalition of U.S.–based Muslim groups launched an intensified anti–terrorism campaign Monday using community groups to persuade young people their religion provides no basis for violence.

The president of the Muslim American Society, Esam Omeish, told reporters at a news conference that his grou >>>


      NASA ASTRONAUTS RETURN TO SPACEFLIGHT – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      The space shuttle Discovery roared into the skies over Florida Tuesday morning as NASA returned to manned space flight for the first time since the 2003 Columbia disaster.

The spacecraft lifted off as scheduled at 10÷3' a.m. ET, following days of troubleshooting to fix a faulty fuel sensor in its e >>>


      NEW YORK POLICE STUDY LONDON BOMBING – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      With New Yorkers still on edge after the terrorist attacks in London, the police department dispatched an explosives expert to Britain to study the suicide bombings and the mayor apologized to five tourists who were handcuffed during a bomb scare on a double–decker bus.

The police department also has co >>>


      U.S. MILITARY ADMITS ERROR IN NEWS RELEASES – JUL 25, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      The U.S. military expressed regret Monday for issuing news releases about two separate attacks in Iraq that included almost identical quotes attributed to an unidentified Iraqi.

In both statements, the military quoted an Iraqi calling the attackers "enemies of humanity" and vowing to "take the >>>


      WHITE HOUSE WILL HOLD BACK SOME ROBERTS DOCUMENTS – JUL 26, 2005
      CNN, 26-07-2005
      Risking a showdown with Democrats, the White House said Tuesday it won‘t release documents that Supreme Court nominee John Roberts prepared while working on cases to argue on behalf of the first Bush administration before the high court.

Some documents from Roberts‘ work for two previous Republica >>>


      PRESSESTIMMEN VON DIENSTAG, 26. JULI 2005
      телерадиокомпания "Немецкая волна" (ФРГ, "Deutsche Welle")Обзор прессы, 26-07-2005
      FPD–Wahlkampfprogramm/ Kampf gegen den Terrorismus Das Wahlkampfprogramm der FDP und der Kampf gegen den internationalen Terrorismus beschäftigen an diesem Dienstag die Kommentatoren deutscher Tageszeitungen.

Als letzte der im Bundestag vertretenen Parteien hat die FDP ihr Programm für die f&uu >>>


      TEVA ÜBERNIMMT US–KONKURRENTEN IVAX
      телерадиокомпания "Немецкая волна" (ФРГ, "Deutsche Welle")Экономические новости, 26-07-2005
      Der weltgrößte Generikahersteller Die israelische Pharmafirma Teva will den US–Konkurrenten Ivax übernehmen. Damit wird Teva zum größten Anbieter auf dem wachsenden Markt von Nachahmer–Medikamenten. "Unsere beiden Unternehmen zusammenzubringen wird unsere Führungspositio >>>


      GOOGLE УДИВИЛА АНАЛИТИКОВ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] И огорчила инвесторов В четверг интернет-компания Google опубликовала результаты деятельности во II квартале, превзошедшие ожидания аналитиков. Однако инвесторов насторожило сокращение нормы прибыли Google, из-за чего акции компании несколько подешевели. Сама Google по традиции не делает публичных прогнозов на будущее, однако е >>>


      VALKYRIES ПРИГЛЯНУЛСЯ КАСПИЙ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Правда, есть ли нефть на купленном ею участке, неизвестно Канадская Valkyries Petroleum сделала новую покупку в России. Ее выбор пал на месторождения Лаганского блока в Калмыкии с прогнозными запасами 110 млн т нефти. За калмыцкий актив компания готова выложить $28,5 млн. Эксперты называют сделку выгодной. В Россию канадская Va >>>


      БРАЗИЛИЯ ВМЕСТО ИТАЛИИ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Южноамериканская страна становится крупнейшим экспортером курятины Бразилия, которую российское правительство в рэнкинге поставщиков курятины всегда относило к "другим странам", в этом году может выйти на второе после США место по экспорту мяса птицы в Россию. Российские импортеры воспользовались ветеринарным запретом на ввоз птицы и >>>


      ВЕКТОР
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      НАУФОР не везет Советник по корпоративному управлению ТНК-ВР Екатерина Макеева отказалась баллотироваться на пост пред шего фондового профсоюза - НАУФОР прямо накануне выборов. Нынешний руководитель профсоюза Елена Авакян уходит в декретный отпуск, и по поводу ее замены среди членов совета директоров на рынке разыгрались нешуточные страст >>>


      ВЕРНИТЕ ДЕНЬГИ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] "ЮКОС" увеличил требования к "Юганску" "ЮКОС" переоценил свои убытки от потери главной нефтедобывающей "дочки" - "Юганскнефтегаза" - на 74,4 млрд руб. Именно столько, по мнению "ЮКОСа", он недополучил за полгода. Вчера компания подала ходатайство в арбитражный суд Москвы, требуя увеличить сумму иска о взыскании ущерба за продажу "Юга >>>


      ВЕРНУТЬ" ДОМОДЕДОВО
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Чиновники нашли новые нарушения в сделках "Ист Лайн" У группы "Ист Лайн" могут отобрать ее главный актив - аэропорт "Домодедово". Как стало известно "Ведомостям", Росимущество пытается в суде доказать, что "Ист Лайн" незаконно приобрела терминал, вокруг которого вырос самый большой аэропорт страны. Нынешний год председатель сов >>>


      ВКРАТЦЕ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      САН-ФРАНЦИСКО Новая версия Windows FT - Microsoft представит публике тестовый вариант новой версии своей операционной системы 3 августа. Продукт, до сих пор называвшийся Longhorn, получил наименование Windows Vista. Чтобы уложиться в график, Microsoft пожертвовала новой файловой системой. Другие новшества - графическая подсистема Av >>>


      ВКРАТЦЕ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      МОСКВА "Транснефть" заплатит 750 млн руб. ИНТЕРФАКС - Минэкономразвития вчера направило в правительство проект директивы госпредставителям в совете директоров "Транснефти", предписывающий голосовать за выплату монополией дивидендов на госпакет акций в размере 250 млн руб. По словам источника в министерстве, его позиция осталась прежней: >>>


      ВКРАТЦЕ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      МОСКВА Новые долги "Волготанкера" ВЕДОМОСТИ - "Волготанкер" 20 июля получил от самарских налоговиков акт об итогах проверки за 2002-2003 гг., сообщили в компании. Общая сумма претензий, связанных с ранее возмещенным НДС, составляет 1,8' млрд руб., включая 1,64 млрд руб. основного долга и пени и 254 млн руб. штрафов. САНКТ-ПЕТЕР >>>


      ВКРАТЦЕ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      МОСКВА Fitch повысило рейтинг евробондов "Евраза" ВЕДОМОСТИ - Международное рейтинговое агентство Fitch Ratings повысило приоритетный необеспеченный рейтинг Mastercroft Ltd. и рейтинг гарантированных облигаций компании EvrazSecurities с B до BВ- и исключило его из списков Rating Watch "позитивный", присвоив "стабильный" прогноз. Одн >>>


      ВКРАТЦЕ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      НОВОСИБИРСК "Белон" раздробит акции ИНТЕРФАКС - Совет директоров компании "Белон" (производитель и продавец угля и металлопроката) утвердил решение о дроблении акций, говорится в официальном сообщении компании. Вместо 400 акций номиналом 25 000 руб. будет выпущено 10 млн акций номиналом 1 руб. Способ размещения - конвертация ранее р >>>


      ВКРАТЦЕ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      МОСКВА Показывает "Спас" ВЕДОМОСТИ - 28 июля в базовом пакете телекомпании "НТВ-Плюс" начнет вещание общественный православный канал "Спас". Согласно сообщению канала, "Спас" создан на деньги частных инвесторов, чьи имена не разглашаются. "60% эфира телеканала составит общественное вещание, а 40% - православная тематика", - передает слов >>>


      ГАЗПРОМ "СЭКОНОМИЛ НА БУМАГЕ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      "Газпром" умудрился снизить эффективную ставку налога на прибыль в три раза всего за три года. Холдингу помогли сэкономить на налогах украинские должники, российское правительство и, главным образом, различия в российском и международном учете. Впрочем, инвесторы и не пытаются понять налоговую ситуацию в компании при помощи отчета по МСФО. >>>


      ГРУЗИЯ ОБВИНИЛА РОССИЮ В ТЕРРОРИЗМЕ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      Грузинские милиционеры нашли организаторов февральского теракта в Гори. По их версии, эта и ряд других диверсий - дело рук российских военных разведчиков. Москва причастность к терактам отрицает. Вчера министр внутренних дел Грузии Вано Мерабишвили объявил, что расследование теракта в Гори завершено, а его исполнители арестованы. По >>>


      ЕДИНОРОГ "И" ПЕГАС "ФОНДОВОГО РЫНКА
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Управляющим все труднее найти названия для хедж-фондов Индустрия хедж-фондов развивается так стремительно, что управляющим порой приходится буквально драться за активы и проявлять чудеса изобретательности, чтобы привлечь инвесторов. Однако активы эти - не деньги богатых людей, а изобретать нужно вовсе не новые инвестиционные стратеги >>>


      ЕЩЕ 45 МИНУТ ДЛЯ БРОКЕРОВ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Биржа РТС продлила торги Торги на бирже РТС со вчерашнего дня продлены на 45 минут и закрываются одновременно с торгами на ФБ ММВБ - в 18.45. Теперь брокеры смогут отыгрывать вечерние новости на всех площадках, а цены закрытия не будут отличаться. Вчера торги на классическом рынке биржи РТС впервые закрылись в 18.45 МСК - до эт >>>


      ЗАМОК НА ГРАНИЦЕ СТОИТ ДОРОГО
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] В 2006 г. бюджетные расходы на безопасность возрастут впятеро Россия собирается в разы увеличить расходы на безопасность. В следующем году на технику для борьбы с терроризмом и укрепление границ потратят в общей сложности почти 10 млрд руб. против менее 2,2 млрд руб. в 2005 г. Техническую отсталость спецслужб надо ликвидировать, но т >>>


      ЗАПЛАТИТЕ ЗА ПОКОЙНИКОВ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Земля на кладбище облагается налогом В жизни есть две неизбежные вещи - смерть и уплата налогов, гласит известная американская пословица. Налоговики из Ленинградской области решили совместить эти вещи и попытались обложить налогом землю на кладбище под Петербургом. Арбитражный суд Северо-Западного округа эту попытку пресек, но во мно >>>


      ИГРИВЫЕ ИНВЕСТОРЫ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Западные фонды вкладывают деньги в российские компьютерные игры Зарубежные инвесторы заинтересовались российскими разработчиками компьютерных игр. "Дочка" ЕБРР - фонд NORUM и ИК "Финам" покупают контрольный пакет компании "Бука", немецкий инвестфонд Quadriga Capital Russia ведет переговоры о покупке "Акеллы", а Ener1 Group еще весной >>>


      ИНДИЯ ИДЕТ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Миттал поможет ONGC Совладелец крупнейшей в мире сталелитейной компании Mittal Steel Лакшми Миттал решил помочь индийской нефтегазовой компании ONGC в приобретении зарубежных активов. Партнеры инвестируют в новый проект $100 млн. По мнению экспертов, одной из первых стран, где новые партнеры захотят купить активы, станет Казахстан. >>>


      ИНДУЛЬГЕНЦИЯ ДЛЯ АУДИТОРОВ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Депутаты не хотят, чтобы Росфиннадзор проверял Счетную палату Госдума может защитить Счетную палату от опеки бюджетных ревизоров. "Единоросс" Наталья Бурыкина внесла поправки, по которым проверять государственных аудиторов можно будет только с санкции парламента, а казенные деньги они будут получать через спецсчет в ЦБ на год вперед. >>>


      ИНТЕРВЬЮ :АЛЕКСАНДР БАБАКОВ ,ПРЕДСЕДАТЕЛЬ ПРЕЗИДИУМА ПАРТИИ" РОДИНА
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] "К счастью, бизнес еще инвестирует в политику" Один из лидеров "Родины" - Александр Бабаков делает ставку на малых и средних предпринимателей Об Александре Бабакове, потенциальном вице-спикере Госдумы, общественность впервые узнала перед парламентскими выборами 2003 г., когда он оказался в предвыборном списке избирательного блока "Р >>>


      ИНТЕРВЬЮ :ЮРИЙ МОЛЧАНОВ ,ВИЦЕ-ГУБЕРНАТОР САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГА
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Юрий Молчанов: "Все разговоры о непрозрачности - от лени" В июне в Петербурге стартовали два мегапроекта: заложен первый камень автомобильного завода Toyota стоимостью $160 млн, а китайские инвесторы получили права на участок площадью 164 га, где будет построен новый район "Балтийская жемчужина", в который Шанхайская инвестиционная к >>>


      КАК ПРОДАВАЛИ" ТЕЛЕКОМИНВЕСТ
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Ответ на этот вопрос ищут прокуроры Германии и Швейцарии Расследование взаимоотношений германского Commerzbank и российского телекоммуникационного холдинга "Телекоминвест" может вывести на руководителей российской телекоммуникационной отрасли - министра связи и информации Леонида Реймана и гендиректора "Связьинвеста" Валерия Яши >>>


      КАСЬЯНОВ КУПИЛ" СОСНОВКУ-1
      Ведомости, 26-07-2005
      [TT] Бывший премьер считает, что его дискредитируют Михаил Касьянов владеет дачей "Сосновка-1", но приобрел ее после отставки с поста премьер- министра. В Генпрокуратуре утверждают, что до самого собственника руки еще не дошли: следователи разбираются, как произошло отчуждение госсобственности. Вчера бывший премьер Касьянов сделал гр >>>



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