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      INSISTE RIVERA EN REVISIÓN DEL AVAL A PÍLDORA DE EMERGENCIA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      El cardenal Norberto Rivera Carrera insistió en que la inclusión de la píldora anticonceptiva de emergencia en el cuadro básico de medicamentos debe ser revisada nuevamente, aun cuando dicha disposición ya fue publicada en el Diario Oficial de la Federación. Al término d >>>


      LANZA ALBERTO CÁRDENAS ADVERTENCIA A ACCIÓN NACIONAL
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Reporta Calderón al IFE gasto por más de 4 mdp Sitios Relacionados ¿Qué te parece la contienda interna en el PAN?
17÷51 El precandidato panista, Alberto Cárdenas Jiménez, exigió a los funcionarios de los órganos de gobierno, gobernado >>>


      NIEGAN CONFRONTACIÓN CON CONGRESO POR TEMA DE ROPA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      10÷0' La Presidencia de la República aclaró que no tiene confrontación con el Congreso y que las diferencias son solamente con algunas diputadas y senadoras en lo particular, y espera que "esta situación coyuntural" no afecte la discusión de alguna reforma importa >>>


      NIEGAN ORDEN DE APREHENSIÓN CONTRA ECHEVERRÍA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      13÷51 El Quinto Tribunal Unitario del Primer Circuito negó hoy las órdenes de aprehensión en contra del ex presidente Luis Echeverría y del ex secretario de Gobernación Mario Moya Palencia, acusados por la fiscalía para delitos del pasado de genocidio por los hechos del >>>


      NÚÑEZ SOTO÷ "NECESARIO BLINDAR AL IFE PARA 2006"
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Sitios Relacionados Consulte÷ Elecciones 2006 Manuel Ángel Núñez Soto, aspirante a la candidatura del Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) a la Presidencia de la República, afirma que nadie, ningún partido político o candidato tiene derecho a someter al país >>>


      PARTICIPARÁN 881 MILITANTES PANISTAS PARA ELEGIR CANDIDATO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      15÷15 En la elección del candidato del PAN a la Presidencia de la República podrán participar 881 militantes que viven en el extranjero, particularmente en Estados Unidos, informó Said Mendoza, secretario de Fortalecimiento Interno del Comité Ejecutivo Nacional de ese partido.< >>>


      PIDEN A PGR REPLANTEAR CASO "GUERRA SUCIA"
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Niegan orden de aprehensión contra Echeverría 13÷51
20÷10 La matanza de estudiantes de la que presuntamente son responsables el ex presidente Luis Echeverría y el ex secretario de Gobernación, Mario Moya Palencia, no es caso cerrado, insistió hoy l >>>


      PIDEN QUE DIRECTOR DE PRERROGATIVAS SALGA DEL IFE
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      15÷12 La persona que ocupe el cargo de director ejecutivo de Prerrogativas y Partidos Políticos del IFE, una de las posiciones claves en el organismo electoral, requiere ser una persona que conozca al instituto y la tarea de fiscalización, dijo hoy el consejero electoral del PRI, Jaimes Archundia.< >>>


      PREVÉ SMN LLUVIAS CON TORMENTAS ELÉCTRICAS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Notas Relacionadas El clima para la ciudad de México 07÷42
07÷58 El Servicio Meteorológico Nacional (SMN) anunció lluvias con tormentas eléctricas en la mayor parte de México a consecuencia de diversos fenómenos meteorológicos que afectan al país >>>


      PROMETE FOX REMODELACIÓN DE AEROPUERTO EN TRES SEMANAS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      21÷0' En tres semanas se inaugurará la remodelación total del Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México (AICM), en lo que se ha denominado la Terminal Uno, y se pondrá en marcha la construcción de la Terminal Dos, que estará enfrente, anunció hoy el pres >>>


      QUIEREN DIPUTADOS AUMENTAR SU SALARIO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      La Cámara de Diputados prevé ejercer en 2006 un presupuesto total de 4 mil 120 millones 620 mil pesos, lo que representa un incremento de más de 1'0 millones respecto al gasto de 2005.

La Junta de Coordinación Política de la Cámara discutirá mañana, e >>>


      RECHAZA PAN CERRAR TEMA DE PÍLDORA DE EMERGENCIA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Notas Relacionadas La píldora de emergencia, tema cerrado, señala Frenk Explicarán a Abascal beneficios de píldora 16÷02 La dirigencia nacional del Partido Acción Nacional rechazó que el tema sobre los efectos de la píldora anticonceptiva de emergencia esté >>>


      SAHAGÚN EN MAR DE APAPACHOS Y PORRAS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Terrenate, Tlax.– "No haga caso de lo que le dicen, usted siga adelante, tienen envidia de como se viste, usted no haga caso, señora", alentó Margarita Hernández, una trabajadora social a Marta Sahagún, quien se dejaba consentir por la gente que festejaba su presencia y que l >>>


      SE DESCARTA MUÑOZ LEDO PARA CANDIDATURA PRESIDENCIAL
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      1'÷4' Porfirio Muñoz Ledo se descartó de cualquier posibilidad de competir por la presidencia de la República.

"No estoy en esa pista", dijo el político, que ha ocupado todos los cargos de nivel en la administración pública, ha dirigido dos par >>>


      SE VIVE PRELUDIO DE GUERRA POR AGUA EN VALLE DE MÉXICO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Notas Relacionadas La guerra del agua Durante 20 años sufrieron escasez de agua; caminaban hasta medio kilómetro para acarrearla en cubetas. Lavaban los trastos una vez al día. Se bañaban sólo dos o tres veces por semana. Aseaban a sus hijos en tinas y esa agua la utilizaban para lava >>>


      SEGURIDAD FRONTERIZA, RESPONSABILIDAD COMPARTIDA÷ SRE
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Texto del mensaje del embajador Tony Garza 14÷55 Falta trabajo a México para dar seguridad fronteriza÷ Garza 14÷51
21÷2' La Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE) subrayó la importancia y fluidez de la cooperación binacional en materi >>>


      SERÁ VISIBLE EL DISCOVERY
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Aplaude Bush despegue del Discovery 15÷20 Desconoce NASA versión sobre desprendimiento en Discovery 12÷20 Astronauta del Discovery tiene miedo a montaña rusa 11÷23 Despega el Discovery rumbo a estación espacial 0'÷42 Reinicia Discovery lanzamiento >>>


      TEXTO DEL MENSAJE DEL EMBAJADOR TONY GARZA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      14÷55 Embajada de los Estados Unidos Declaración del embajador "Debemos permanecer alertas÷ es mucho lo que está en juego. Sigue vigente el aviso a viajeros y se revisará de ser necesario"÷ embajador Garza México, D.F., 26 de julio de 2005.–El embajador d >>>


      VOY A SEGUIR TRABAJANDO, NO SE PREOCUPEN÷ SAHAGÚN
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Carece AMANC de facturas de vestidos donados por Sahagún 14÷26 Difícil vender la talla petit Marta Sahagún dona vestidos 18÷40 Marta Sahagún, esposa del presidente Vicente Fox, sostuvo que seguirá en sus actividades, ante decenas de personas, >>>


      SPOT DE TALINA FERNÁNDEZ CONTRA LA DELINCUENCIA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      La conductora Talina Fernández es la imagen del tercer comercial de México Unido contra la Delincuencia, en el que recrimina a las autoridades la falta de seguridad tras la muerte de su hija Mariana Levy en un presunto intento de asalto.

Un anterior spot, en el que aparece Pedro Galindo, ví >>>


      ‘CONVIVEN GUERRILLA Y NARCO, PERO SIN NEXOS‘
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      A pesar de que ambos fenómenos llegan a convivir en las mismas zonas, el Ejército y la Secretaría de Seguridad Pública federal (SSP) no tienen evidencias de que los grupos guerrilleros ubicados en Chiapas y Guerrero tengan nexos con cárteles de la droga.

Sobre ello, el vocero >>>


      "FALLO, DEFECTO GRAVE DE SUPERFICIALIDAD"
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      La magistrada Herlinda Velasco, titular del tribunal que negó las órdenes de aprehensión en contra del ex presidente Luis Echeverría y del ex secretario de Gobernación, Mario Moya Palencia, canceló la posibilidad de perfeccionar las acusaciones de genocidio en contra de ambos p >>>


      EXIME TRIBUNAL A ECHEVERRÍA DE GENOCIDIO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      El ex presidente Luis Echeverría Álvarez y el ex secretario de Gobernación, Mario Moya Palencia, no podrán ser juzgados por el delito de genocidio, luego de que un tribunal federal notificó hoy su resolución de negar las órdenes de aprehensión en contra de ambos e >>>


      EXONERAN A ECHEVERRÍA; DESCALIFICA FISCAL FALLO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      En un fallo definitivo, un tribunal federal negó girar órdenes de aprehensión contra el ex presidente Luis Echeverría Álvarez y el ex secretario de Gobernación, Mario Moya Palencia, por el delito de genocidio.

Ambos funcionarios fueron acusados por la Fiscalía E >>>


      FORMALIZA AMLO SU RENUNCIA Y SURGEN APOYOS A CANDIDATURA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      En cuanto concluya el último informe de labores de Andrés Manuel López Obrador, el secretario de Gobierno, Alejandro Encinas, asumirá el control de la administración local como encargado de despacho, hasta que la Asamblea Legislativa nombre al suplente.

El jefe de Gobierno fo >>>


      JUDGE THROWS OUT CHARGES OF GENOCIDE
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Mexico City, July 27, 2005
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INMUEBLES .

VEHICULOS .

EMPLEOS .MEXICO NEWS .(English/Inglés) Opinión Columnas Cartones El Mundo México Elecciones 2006 Los Estados DF Finanzas Deportes Espectáculos Cultura Estilos Clima Hor&oac >>>


      LA GUERRA DEL AGUA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      En el número ' de la calle 16 de Septiembre en la colonia Lázaro Cárdenas en el estado de México, hay un pozo de agua que cuidan como tesoro. Los pobladores lo enrejaron y le pusieron una alarma. Una cámara vigila el acceso a la casa contigua, la de la tesorera. Dos municipios mex >>>


      LAS OBRAS APUNTALARON A AMLO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Orgulloso de que "el DF ocupa el primer lugar nacional en construcción de obras públicas", Andrés Manuel López Obrador, jefe de Gobierno capitalino, puso en marcha más de 10 magnos proyectos de infraestructura vial, hospitalaria y educativa en los cuatro años y medio >>>


      MAYOR TO STEP DOWN ON FRIDAY
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Mexico City, July 27, 2005
1' ºC Partly cloudy .links .

INMUEBLES .

VEHICULOS .

EMPLEOS .MEXICO NEWS .(English/Inglés) Opinión Columnas Cartones El Mundo México Elecciones 2006 Los Estados DF Finanzas Deportes Espectáculos Cultura Estilos Clima Hor&oac >>>


      NÚÑEZ SOTO÷ "NECESARIO BLINDAR AL IFE PARA 2006"
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Manuel Ángel Núñez Soto, aspirante a la candidatura del Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) a la Presidencia de la República, afirma que nadie, ningún partido político o candidato tiene derecho a someter al país a una presión o a tensionarlo "por judic >>>


      PREPARAN IMPUGNACIÓN A VEREDICTO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      La decisión de un tribunal federal de negar las órdenes de aprehensión en contra del ex presidente Luis Echeverría Álvarez y el ex secretario de Gobernación, Mario Moya Palencia, es política y representa un golpe artero al clamor de justicia, señaló Jes&uac >>>


      PREVÉN QUE MATANZA DEL 68 CORRA LA MISMA SUERTE
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Abogados de distintos sectores coincidieron en calificar como correcta y acertada la resolución que emitió la magistrada Herlinda Velasco al no girar órdenes de aprehensión en contra del ex presidente Luis Echeverría y del ex secretario de Gobernación Mario Moya, por considerar >>>


      SE VIVE PRELUDIO DE GUERRA POR AGUA EN VALLE DE MÉXICO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Durante 20 años sufrieron escasez de agua; caminaban hasta medio kilómetro para acarrearla en cubetas. Lavaban los trastos una vez al día. Se bañaban sólo dos o tres veces por semana. Aseaban a sus hijos en tinas y esa agua la utilizaban para lavar la ropa o trapear la casa.

>>>


      UN TIGRE ENJAULADO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      Sur de la ciudad. La casa es la de Miguel Nazar Haro, la cabeza principal de lo que fue la Dirección Federal de Seguridad (DFS). Su cárcel, desde noviembre de 2004, cuando fue trasladado del penal de Topo Chico, en Monterrey, para cumplir el arresto domiciliario. Un número 62 de concreto, una puert >>>


      VEN RIESGOS SI SE VINCULAN NARCOS CON GUERRILLEROS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 27-07-2005
      El Ejército mexicano y la Secretaría de Seguridad Pública federal (SSP) no tienen hasta la fecha evidencias de que los grupos guerrilleros ubicados en Chiapas y Guerrero tengan nexos con cárteles de la droga.

El mayor Ignacio López, de la Sección Séptima (Operac >>>


      ALCALDE APUNTA INDEPENDENTISTAS COMO RESPONSABLES BOMBA SANTIAGO
      Siglo XXI, 27-07-2005
      EFE Santiago de Compostela, España. Los dos detenidos hoy en Santiago por su presunta relación con la explosión de una bomba podrían estar vinculados al movimiento independentista gallego, según afirmó el alcalde de la ciudad, Xosé Sánchez Bugallo.

El alc >>>


      OPOSICIÓN SALUDA LIBERACIÓN DISIDENTE Y EXPRESA "PREOCUPACIÓN"
      Siglo XXI, 27-07-2005
      EFE La Habana. La oposición cubana saludó hoy la puesta en libertad de la disidente cubana Marta Beatriz Roque y manifestó su "preocupación" por los incidentes en los que fueron detenidos alrededor de una veintena de opositores en La Habana.

Roque fue detenida el viernes, >>>


      SON YA NOVENTA LAS VÍCTIMAS MORTALES ATENTADOS EN SHARM EL SHEIJ
      Siglo XXI, 27-07-2005
      EFE Sharm el Sheij. Los atentados de la pasada madrugada en la ciudad de Sharm el Sheij, en la península del Sinaí, ya han dejado '0 muertos y más de 150 heridos, según fuentes médicas y policiales.

Las mismas fuentes indicaron que entre las víctimas mortales hay 2 >>>


      VEINTIDÓS MUERTOS EN EXPLOSIÓN DE COCHE BOMBA EN COMISARÍA BAGDAD
      Siglo XXI, 27-07-2005
      EFE Bagdad. Al menos 22 personas murieron hoy domingo y más de 30 están heridas por la explosión de un coche bomba conducido por un terrorista suicida en una comisaría del este de la capital iraquí, informaron fuentes del ministerio del Interior.

La mayoría de las v&ia >>>


      BLAIR PUSHES TOUGHER ANTI–TERROR LAW
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said he supported giving police expanded powers of detention under proposed changes to anti–terror laws after the London bombings.

"I think it‘s perfectly reasonable for us in circumstances of great difficulty to have a greater detention in order that ther >>>


      BOMB EXPERTS EXAMINE LONDON FINDS
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Police explosives experts were examining suspicious material found Tuesday in a north London apartment connected to two men suspected of planting failed bombs, both identified as African immigrants who moved to Britain as children.

Yasin Hassan Omar arrived in Britain from Somalia in 1''2 at age 11, th >>>


      DAHLAN SAYS ISRAEL POSITIVE ON PULLOUT
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Palestinian Civil Affairs Minister Muhammad Dahlan has acknowledged positive Israeli "gestures" linked to the planned withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, following a meeting with Israeli Defence Minister Shaul Mofaz.

"We had a good meeting, at the heart of which we spoke about coordination on the Is >>>


      DEAL PROPOSED TO END S AFRICA STRIKE
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Unions and management have reached a preliminary agreement to end a strike that has crippled South African Airways and left thousands of passengers stranded.

The strike came at the peak of the vacation season, with protests from municipal and store workers joining the labour action in other sectors and taking >>>


      DISCOVERY BLASTS OFF
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      The space shuttle Discovery and seven astronauts have blasted into orbit on the United States‘s first manned space shot since the 2003 Columbia disaster, ending a painful, 2 1/2–year shutdown devoted to making the shuttle less risky and Nasa more safety–conscious.

At stake were not only the l >>>


      EGYPT‘S MUBARAK TO ANNOUNCE CANDIDACY
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is set to announce on Thursday that he will seek a fifth mandate in the 7 September election, an official in his ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) and media reports have said.

"President Mubarak is expected to announce his candidacy tomorrow while visiting the Munufiy >>>


      EGYPT IDENTIFIES SINAI BOMB SUSPECT
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Egyptian investigators said they have identified a man suspected to be one of the bombers who died in the Sharm al–Shaikh attacks as Cairo denied the involvement of Pakistani nationals.

Many aspects of the investigation were shrouded in mystery on Tuesday, three days after the blasts, with no clear direc >>>


      EGYPT SLAMS NIGERIA OVER UN SEAT
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Egypt has accused Nigeria of abandoning African interests to increase its own chances of obtaining a permanent seat on the UN Security Council.

Nigeria was willing to back down on the African demand that its two permanent seats in the Security Council should have veto power, Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abo >>>


      IRAN SAYS IT WILL RESTART NUCLEAR ACTIVITY
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Iran will restart some nuclear activities, including a key step prior to uranium enrichment, despite a European agreement over its contentious atomic program.

The US says the programe is designed to build nuclear weapons, outgoing President Muhammad Khatami said Wednesday.

But Khatami told reporters t >>>


      IRAQI WORKERS SHOT DEAD IN BUS AMBUSH
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      About 10 men with automatic rifles have fired on two buses carrying Iraqi workers in west Baghdad, killing at least 16 of them, police and hospital sources say.

The 16 were Iraqi government workers being ferried from an Industry Ministry facility to their homes on Tuesday.

The armed men in two cars fo >>>


      ISRAELI FORCES KILL TEEN IN W BANK RAID
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Israeli troops have killed a Palestinian stone–thrower during an arrest raid that caught a wanted Islamic Jihad member in this West Bank town, Palestinian officials said.

The troops, backed by tanks and bulldozers, entered Jenin around midday and surrounded the home of a wanted Islamic Jihad member, witn >>>


      ITALY÷ G4 BLACKMAILING TO GET UN SEATS
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Italy‘s UN ambassador has accused seekers of UN Security Council seats of engaging in blackmail and financial threats to win support for their resolution to enlarge the 15–member body.

In a speech on Tuesday to the UN General Assembly, Italian ambassador Marcello Spatafora accused Germany, Japan, I >>>


      KYOTO PACT ALTERNATIVE TO BE UNVEILED
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Australia and the US have been secretly negotiating a regional pact to combat greenhouse gas emissions beyond the Kyoto Protocol they refused to sign, an Australian minister has said.

Environment Minister Ian Campbell said details of the deal and the countries involved would be announced soon.

The neg >>>


      MISSING PAKISTANIS ILLEGAL MIGRANTS?
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Six Pakistanis who had been suspected of involvement in Saturday‘s deadly bombings in Sharm al–Shaikh are now believed to be illegal immigrants who may have crossed into Israel to seek work, Egypt‘s government daily Al–Ahram has said.

Quoting a senior security source, the newspaper on W >>>


      MORTAR ATTACK HITS BAGHDAD BUS STATION
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Three people are reported killed and 37 wounded in a mortar attack in central Baghdad.

An Interior Ministry official said on Wednesday that a mortar round struck a busy central Baghdad bus station as US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was holding talks in the Iraqi capital.

Fifteen minibuses at the >>>


      NEWSPAPER REVEALS IRAQ CHARTER DRAFT
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      A draft of Iraq‘s new constitution has been published in the government newspaper Al–Sabah and will designate Islam as the main source of legislation in a major departure from the model laid down by the US during the invasion.

The draft, which was published on Tuesday, states that no law shall be a >>>


      PALESTINIANS TO GET US CASH, WITH RIDERS
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      An infusion of US cash to show confidence in Palestinian self–government is coming with strings attached÷ That they keep it in a separate bank account to make tracking easier, officials say.

US President George Bush announced the $50–million cash payment to the Palestinian Authority when its >>>


      RIOTERS DETAINED IN SOUTHWEST IRAN
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Police have cracked down on fresh protests in Iran‘s restive southwestern oil province of Khuzestan, home to most of the Islamic Republic‘s Arab minority.

An Iranian official said police had restored order after 12 arrests, but a leader among the Arab protesters said four protesters were killed and >>>


      RUMSFELD PRESSES IRAQ ON SYRIA, IRAN
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has said Iraqi leaders must take a more aggressive stance against what he called harmful interference from neighbouring Syria and Iran.

Rumsfeld arrived unannounced in Baghdad on Wednesday with a series of messages for the country‘s interim leaders, suggesting a heigh >>>


      SCORES KILLED IN INDIA FLOODS
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      At least 70 people have been reported killed and dozens more missing in floods and landslides that have swept western India.

Thousands of people stranded by rising waters in the financial capital Mumbai were evacuated by rescue teams on Wednesday.

"We have deployed the army to help people strande >>>


      SHARON IN FRANCE FOR TALKS
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has arrived in Paris where he will seek French pressure on Lebanon and Iran, and help in urging the Palestinians to do more to disarm resistance groups.

The visit could also strengthen long–troubled ties between France and Israel, officials said on Tuesday.

Is >>>


      SIX HELD IN UK UNDER ANTI–TERROR LAW
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      British police have arrested six men under anti–terrorist laws in connection with last week‘s attempted bombings in London.

Police arrested on Monday four men in the central English city of Birmingham and two men on Tuesday night at Grantham railway station.

A spokesman for London‘s >>>


      TANKER ESCAPES PIRATES OFF SOMALIA
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Armed pirates off the coast of Somalia have tried to board an Italian tanker for the second time in less than a week, Italian port authorities said.

The failed attack occurred on Tuesday morning about 137km from Somalia‘s coast and lasted only a few minutes, said First Sergeant Massimo Maccheroni, a spok >>>


      US TO REDUCE TROOPS IN IRAQ NEXT YEAR
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      The commander of US forces in Iraq has said that US troop levels can be substantially reduced by early next year as a top Iraqi official said the US could hand over security in 10 cities by December.

"If the political process continues to go positively and if the development of the security forces continu >>>


      WEBSITE÷ AL–QAIDA KILLS ALGERIA ENVOYS
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Al–Qaida in Iraq has claimed in an Internet statement that it has killed two Algerian diplomats kidnapped in Iraq, the second reported slayings of Arab envoys this month.

"The head of the Algerian mission Ali Belaroussi and the diplomat Azzedine Belkadi, whose government is ruling in violation of Go >>>


      WORLD BANK TRACES ZIMBABWE DECLINE
      Aljazeera, 27-07-2005
      Zimbabwe‘s rapid economic decline over the past six years is likely unprecedented for a country not at war, says the World Bank‘s director for the country.

In an interview with Reuters on Tuesday, Hartwig Schafer said reversing the decline would require major economic restructuring, similar to poli >>>


      ALGÉRIE–FRANCE÷ CONSOLIDER ET APPROFONDIR LES RELATIONS ENTRE LES DEUX PAYS
      APS, 27-07-2005
      Paris – Le ministre des Finances, Mourad Medelci, a achevé une visite de deux jours (25 et 26 juillet) en France, quТil a qualifiée de "tout à fait positive et encourageante", soulignant la "volonté marquée" des "autorités officielles et des op& >>>


      CÉLÉBRATION DE LA JOURNÉE DE LA CULTURE ARABE
      APS, 27-07-2005
      Alger – Le Palais de la Culture "Moufdi Zakaria" a abrité lundi les festivités marquant la journée de la culture arabe sous la présidence de la ministre de la Culture, Khalida Toumi. Cette manifestation à laquelle ont pris part des membres du gouvernement et du corps >>>


      L‘ACCORD D‘ASSOCIATION AVEC L‘UE VA STIMULER L‘EXPORTATION DU PRODUIT ALGÉRIEN
      APS, 27-07-2005
      Alger – Le Directeur général des douanes, Sid Ali Lebib, a indiqué mardi à Alger que l‘accord d‘association avec l‘Union européenne, qui entrera en vigueur le 1er septembre, était de nature à "booster" les exportations algérienn >>>


      L‘ALGÉRIE ESCOMPTE UN ÉVEIL DES CONSCIENCES ET UN SURSAUT D‘HUMANITÉ
      APS, 27-07-2005
      Alger – Un communiqué attribué à un groupe ayant revendiqué l‘enlèvement des deux diplomates algériens en poste à Baghdad et diffusé sur Internet annonce la ‘‘condamnation à mort‘‘ de M. Belaroussi et M.

Belkad >>>


      LES DEUX DIPLOMATES ALGÉRIENS ENLEVÉS À BAGHDAD ASSASSINÉS÷ COMMUNIQUÉ DE LA PRÉSIDENCE DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE
      APS, 27-07-2005
      Alger – La Présidence de la République a rendu public mercredi un communiqué suite à l‘annonce de l‘assassinat des deux diplomates algériens enlevés dernièrement à Baghdad. En voici le texte intégral÷ "L‘inqualifiable f >>>


      M. BELKHADEM÷ TOUS LES MOYENS DÉPLOYÉS POUR LIBÉRER LES DIPLOMATES ALGÉRIENS
      APS, 27-07-2005
      Alger – M. Abdelaziz Belkhadem, ministre d‘Etat, représentant personnel du Chef de l‘Etat, a affirmé mardi que les autorités algériennes ont déployé "tous les moyens pour récupérer sains et saufs" les deux diplomates algériens >>>


      MINUTE DE SILENCE AU MINISTÈRE DES AFFAIRES ÉTRANGÈRES
      APS, 27-07-2005
      Alger – Une minute de silence à la mémoire des défunts Ali Belaroussi et Azzedine Belkadi a été observée mercredi après–midi à 16 heures dans la cour du ministère des Affaires étrangères par tout le personnel en présence d >>>


      PLUS DE 46.000 VOYAGEURS ONT TRANSITÉ DEPUIS LE DÉBUT DE LA SAISON ESTIVALE PAR LE PORT D‘ORAN
      APS, 27-07-2005
      Oran – Plus de 46.236 voyageurs, essentiellement des émigrés et des touristes étrangers, ont transité par le port d‘Oran durant la période s‘étalant du 1 juin au 15 juillet, selon le directeur de l‘entreprise portuaire d‘Oran (EPO). Ce volume rep >>>


      ‘AT LEAST 40 TALEBAN‘ ARE KILLED
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      At least 40 suspected Taleban militants have been killed by US and Afghan forces in central Afghanistan, the local provincial governor says.

Governor Jan Mohammad Khan said they were killed in a joint offensive against a rebel camp in Uruzgan province on Monday night.

US and Afghan forces say they hav >>>


      AFGHANISTAN÷ CHILD SOLDIER DEMOBILISATION EFFORT MOVES WESTWARD
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      of child soldiers in western Afghanistan, following a successful demobilisation of more than 4,000 child soldiers in the north, northeast, east and central regions of the country, officials said on Monday.

"We have already made a very big impact and addressed more than we had expected to so far," Ibr >>>


      AIDS EXPERTS SAY INFECTIONS RISING BECAUSE OF HEROIN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      a new AIDS epidemic among needle–sharing drug addicts in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

That‘s the conclusion of a U.S. health professional, Dr. Christopher Beyrer, speaking at an AIDS conference in Brazil.

Beyrer said a rising number of HIV/AIDS infections had been detected in Belarus, >>>


      ANGRY AFGHANS CONFRONT US FORCES
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      At least 1,000 protesters have staged a demonstration outside the main US base of Bagram in Afghanistan.

The demonstrators, chanting "Die America", were angry over the arrest of a number of villagers who were detained on Monday night.

Piles of tyres were burned on the main road near the base >>>


      EX–MILITARY GET JOBS IN NEW ARMY
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      Afghan Press Monitor (No 117, 24–25 Jul 05) – published by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting (Outlook) Out of 11,000 former army men fired by President Hamed Karzai‘s interim government in 2002, 8,800 are to be reinstated after passing a test. Major–General Juma Naser, aide to the depu >>>


      IRAN TO CONTINUE CONSTRUCTIVE POLICIES TOWARDS AFGHANISTAN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      Kabul, July 26, IRNA Iran‘s Deputy Foreign Minister for Asian and Pacific Affairs Mohsen Aminzadeh said here Monday that Iran‘s constructive policies regarding Afghanistan are unalterable and will continue.

In a meeting with Afghan Second Vice President Mohammad Karim Khalili, he added that given t >>>


      KARZAI SAYS IRAN IS A FRIEND OF AFGHANISTAN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      Kabul, July 26, IRNA Afghan President Hamid Karzai said here Monday that Iran is a friend of Afghanistan and has rendered laudable assistance to the country.

Meeting the Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia and Pacific Affairs Aminzadeh, he thanked Tehran in its efforts in Afghanistan reconstruction drive.

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      NEW COURT BUILDINGS FOR PAKTIA
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      Afghan Press Monitor (No 117, 24–25 Jul 05) – published by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting (Anis) A new judicial complex opened in the southern province of Paktia on July 23. The building was constructed at a cost of 200,000 US dollars, provided by the United States Agency for International Deve >>>


      PAKISTAN OFFERS INDUSTRIAL PARKS IN AFGHANISTAN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      ISLAMABAD÷ Islamabad has offered to explore the possibility of establishing industrial parks in Afghanistan and in the Pak–Afghan border areas to fight poverty.

Pakistan came up with the offer during the fifth session of the Pakistan–Afghanistan Joint Economic Commission (JEC) held on July 2 >>>


      PAKISTAN TO TRIM TRADE TRANSIT NEGATIVE LIST WITH AFGHANISTAN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      Islamabad, July 26, IRNA Pakistan has decided to withdraw three items, tires and tubes, television sets and its parts and telephone sets, from the negative list under the Afghan transit trade agreement.

According to Dawn newspaper here Tuesday, Secretary of Commerce Tasneem Noorani said that the exclusion of t >>>


      PAKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN AGREE TO ENHANCE TRADE COOPERATION
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      ISLAMABAD, July 25 (Xinhua) –– Pakistan and Afghanistan have decided to take effective steps to further improve business to business interaction and enhance bilateral trade through further streamlining of procedures, holding single country exhibitions and establishment of joint chambers of commerce and indu >>>


      SEVERAL HUNDRED AFGHANS PROTEST OUTSIDE BAGRAM AIRFIELD
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      Combined Forces Command – Afghanistan Coalition Press Information Center (Public Affairs) BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan Ц Several hundred Afghans gathered outside the gate of the U.S. base at Bagram Airfield today to protest an operation by Afghan and U.S. forces on a compound near the base Monday night.

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      SOLDIER LIKED AFGHAN PEOPLE, NATION‘S FOOD
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      By KEVIN KOELLING / Managing Editor TELL CITY – Just back from Afghanistan, Army National Guard Specialist Jon Kleeman said he liked the people and their food.

"The local food was pretty good," he said. "We‘d come through town and people would stop us and offer us food. Everyone want >>>


      TALIBAN ON THE RUN BUT FAR FROM VANQUISHED
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      The offer is tempting÷ The U.S. soldiers say they can repair a collapsed irrigation tunnel in this parched village in southern Afghanistan‘s Zabul province.

Jabak needs the extra water. However, village elder Haji Safi Mohammed,
70, knows that accepting American assistance is dangerous. He fea >>>


      TEHRAN, KABUL DISCUSS BILATERAL TIES
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      Kabul, July 26, IRNA Iran and Afghanistan here Monday discussed bilateral relations and various issues of mutual concern.

Visiting Iran‘s Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia and Pacific Affairs Mohsen Aminzadeh, in a meeting with Afghan National Security Advisor Zalmay Rasul, said the Afghan government shou >>>


      TWO ASSASSINATIONS IN KANDAHAR
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      Afghan Press Monitor (No 117, 24–25 Jul 05) – published by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting (Cheragh)Mullah Naqibullah, the district judge of Pajwai district, Kandahar province, and the chief administrator from Shah Walikot in the same province were killed by unknown armed men on July 23, officia >>>


      UN SEEKS DEFINITION OF TERRORISM
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has urged world leaders to agree on a universal definition of terrorism.

The bomb attacks in London and Egypt underscored the need for a definition with "moral clarity" and a UN convention against terrorism, he said.

A UN treaty has been stalled for years over >>>


      US CAN KEEP KYRGYZSTAN AIR BASE
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 27-07-2005
      The US has been told it can keep its airbase in Kyrgyzstan as long as it is needed for operations in Afghanistan.

But the Kyrgyz defence minister said that once the situation improved, US forces would no longer need to stay on.

US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is on a tour of Central Asia – >>>


      AL AREEN OUTLINES BANYAN TREE SPA AND RESORT IN BAHRAIN
      Gulf News, 27-07-2005
      Staff Report Dubai ÷ Al Areen Holding Company, developer of the $750 million (Dh2.76 billion) Al Areen development, has announced the components of the Banyan Tree Spa and Resort, to be operated and managed by Asia‘s luxury spa and resort operator Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts.

Construction of th >>>


      AL JABER AND PARTNER WIN $36OM QATARGAS CONTRACT
      Gulf News, 27-07-2005
      Staff Report Abu Dhabi ÷ The consortium of Al Jaber Energy Services and Washington Group International has been awarded a $360 million (Dh1.32 billion) contract by Qatargas Operating Company Ltd.

The contract entails providing design, engineering, procurement, and construction services to establish a ne >>>


      BANKMUSCAT NET PROFIT INCREASES 4O% IN FIRST HALF
      Gulf News, 27-07-2005
      By Sunil K. Vaidya, Bureau Chief Muscat ÷ BankMuscat, a big lender in Oman, has reported a 40 per cent rise in net profit to 21.1 million riyals (Dh200.45 million) in the first half of this year compared with 15 million riyals (Dh142.5 million) in the first half of last year.

The bank‘s net profit >>>


      CORPORATE CHINA WILL EXPAND MORE
      Gulf News, 27-07-2005
      By David Westley, Features Editor Dubai ÷ The increased power of the yuan will impact the bullishness of Chinese entrepre–neurs looking to invest internationally, econ–omists said.

The Chinese have been a fixture in the UAEs business community for the past 10 years, said Abdullah Sharafi, ex >>>


      CURRENT US BOOM MAY BE ONLY FOR THE SHORT TERM
      Gulf News, 27-07-2005
      By Rahul Badhwar, Special to Gulf News A mathematician, an accountant and an economist apply for the same job.

The interviewer calls in the mathematician and asks What do two plus two equal? The mathematician replies Four. The interviewer asks Four, exactly?

The mathematician looks at the interviewer >>>


      DUBAI ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS TRADE TO SOAR
      Gulf News, 27-07-2005
      Staff Report Dubai ÷ The electrical and electronics equipment trade in Dubai is expected to top Dh78 billion this year, a 66 per cent increase over last year.

According to the half yearly statistics released by the Statistics Department of the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corp, the trade showed robust g >>>


      DUBAI ISLAMIC BANK LEADS UAE SHARE RALLY
      Gulf News, 27-07-2005
      By Arif Sharif, Staff Reporter Dubai ÷ UAE shares jumped more than five per cent yesterday, rebounding smartly after sharp recent losses, as investors bought heavily lured by cheap valuations, analysts said.

Dubai Islamic Bank, the Emirate‘s biggest Islamic finance institution, jumped 14.56 per ce >>>


      ETIHAD TO LINK BRUSSELS AND ABU DHABI SHORTLY
      Gulf News, 27-07-2005
      Staff Report Abu Dhabi ÷ UAE national carrier Etihad Airways and Belgian airline SN Brussels Airways announced yesterday plans to link Abu Dhabi and Brussels.

Etihad will operate three direct weekly flights from Abu Dhabi to Brussels from October, they said in a joint statement.

With the openin >>>


      ETISALAT JOINS HANDS WITH ALCATEL
      Gulf News, 27-07-2005
      Reuters Paris ÷ Alcatel said yesterday it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Etisalat to accompany the UAE company in its worldwide expansion plans.

Alcatel has become one of Etisalat‘s strategic partners in order to pursue new fixed and mobile markets or business opportunities. A >>>



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