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      MÉXICO PUEDE DARSE ALGUNOS LUJOS, DICE FOX
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Exhorta Fox a crear una nueva cultura contra el tabaquismo 11÷20 Advierte Fox que erradicará la deslealtad

14÷20 El presidente Vicente Fox aseguró que es importante valorar las estabilidades económica, política y social de México, que goza de >>>


      NIEGAN QUE POBREZA DÉ POPULARIDAD A AMLO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      La secretaria de Desarrollo Social, Josefina Vázquez Mota, rechazó afirmaciones del Banco Mundial en el sentido de que la concentración de la pobreza en México está provocando el incremento de la popularidad de Andrés Manuel López Obrador y que ello puede darle el triunf >>>


      OTORGA SCJN FACULTADES LEGISLATIVAS A MUNICIPIOS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      16÷2' Los ministros de Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación concluyeron que el articulo 115 de la Constitución le otorga a los municipios facultades "cuasi legislativas" para reglamentar la vida en sus ayuntamientos.

De manera unánime, el pleno de la Suprema Corte de >>>


      PERSISTIRÁN LAS LLUVIAS EN SURESTE DE MÉXICO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Notas Relacionadas El clima para la ciudad de México 08÷36
05÷31 El Servicio Meteorológico Nacional (SMN) anunció que persistirá la onda cálida sobre la mayor parte del país y el potencial de lluvias de fuertes a muy fuertes sobre el Sur y Sureste y Pení >>>


      PLANEAN PONER CANDADOS A FUNCIONARIOS ELECTORALES
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      12÷04 La Cámara de Diputados aprobará una reforma que pretende establecer candados que eviten que consejeros, funcionarios y magistrados electorales ocupen una diputación federal, como ha ocurrido en las últimas legislaturas.

La reforma que será analizada y votada este >>>


      PRESENTA CREEL RENUNCIA; SERÁ EFECTIVA A PARTIR DE MAÑANA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Sitios Relacionados ¿Cuáles fueron sus principales aciertos y errores?

Las altas y bajas en el Gabinete de Fox 0'÷50 El secretario de Gobernación, Santiago Creel, desayunó con el presidente Vicente Fox, en la residencia oficial de Los Pinos y en ese encuentro le present&o >>>


      PRESENTARÁ CREEL RENUNCIA; MAÑANA SE CONOCERÁ AL SUSTITUTO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      08÷20 Será en los próximos minutos cuando Santiago Creel Miranda presente su renuncia como secretario de Gobernación, en un encuentro que sostendrá en Los Pinos con el presidente de la República, Vicente Fox Quesada.

El vocero presidencial, Rubén Aguilar, explic >>>


      PROPONEN FRENTE COMÚN CONTRA DELINCUENCIA ORGANIZADA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      1'÷02 El senador Jesús Ortega Martínez, del Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD), urgió al Poder Ejecutivo a sumar fuerzas con el Legislativo para atacar juntos el problema de la delincuencia organizada "sin pelearnos".

En entrevista, el líde >>>


      RATIFICA IFE PROCEDENCIA CONSTITUCIONAL DE ESTATUTOS DEL PRI
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      17÷15 El Consejo General del Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE) ratificó la procedencia constitucional y legal de los estatutos del PRI, luego de que dio cumplimiento al acuerdo del Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federación (TEPJF) de argumentar su declaración.

Asimismo, >>>


      REALIZARÁN DIPUTADOS SESIÓN EXTRAORDINARIA EN JUNIO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      22÷54 El presidente de la Junta de Coordinación Política de la Cámara de Diputados, José González Morfín (PAN), informó que los coordinadores parlamentarios de PRI, PRD, PT, Convergencia y PVEM llegaron a un primer acuerdo para que el 21 de junio se realice el per >>>


      RECTIFICA FOX AFIRMACIÓN SOBRE MUERTAS DE JUÁREZ
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Demandan a Roccatti asuma mayor compromiso

Desconoce la realidad, dicen ONG Por aclarar, cien casos en Juárez, dice Fox El presidente Vicente Fox aceptó que de los 323 feminicidios registrados en 12 años, sólo 230 han sido aclarados y que 200 de los homicidas est& >>>


      RECTIFICA FOX NÚMERO DE FEMINICIDIOS RESUELTOS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Relacionan con orgías feminicidios en Juárez 17÷50 Fox÷ aclarados, los feminicidios; refuta CNDH

Fox÷ ‘refritean‘ medios caso Juárez Interesa a Austria las acciones del caso Juárez Nombran nueva fiscal a Mireille Roccatti Sitios Re >>>


      RETA BARRIO A CREEL÷ «VEREMOS DE QUÉ CUERO SALEN MÁS CORREAS»
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Abre mañana el PAN proceso de elección al 2006
14÷37 Anunciará Creel mañana salida de gabinete÷ Presidencia 0'÷03 Listo, el equipo de campaña de Creel, dice su coordinador

‘Listo, el cuartel de campaña de Creel&lsqu >>>


      SE DEFINIRÁ SITUACIÓN JURÍDICA DE DENEKEN EN JUNIO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Hallan muerto a Enrique Salinas de Gortari 06/12/04
10÷44 El abogado de Hilda Deneken, Javier Olea Peláez, anunció que después del 27 de junio se definirá la situación jurídica de la compañera sentimental de Enrique Salinas de Gortari, asesinado el 5 de diciem >>>


      SUMAN EJECUCIONES DE 2005 CASI EL 80% DEL AÑO PASADO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Consideran especialistas que el aumento de la ola de violencia es resultado de un reto de los capos ante el despliegue policiaco Notimex El Universal online Ciudad de México Martes 31 de mayo de 2005 12÷45 Civiles, sicarios, narcomenudistas, dirigentes de cárteles, policías locales y federal >>>


      URGE SENADO SESIÓN DEL CONSEJO DE SEGURIDAD POR CASO JUÁREZ
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Rectifica Fox número de feminicidios resueltos 16÷02 Designan a Roccatti nueva fiscal de caso Juárez 15÷10 Fox÷ aclarados, los feminicidios; refuta CNDH

Interesa a Austria las acciones del caso Juárez 22÷38 El senador Sadot Sánchez Carr >>>


      VEN PRIÍSTAS OPTIMISMO POR LLEGADA DE ROCCATTI
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      1'÷57 Diputadas del PRI manifestaron su optimismo porque la nueva fiscal federal para la Atención de los Delitos Relacionados con los Homicidios de Mujeres en Ciudad Juárez, Mireille Roccatti, realmente contribuya a esclarecer los crímenes.

En entrevista, la presidenta de la Com >>>


      ÁRBITRO DEL PRI÷ NO HABRÁ DADOS CARGADOS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Notas Relacionadas Asegurará equidad en 2006 quien llegue a la SG÷ Presidencia

Avizora Madrazo conflictos sociales ‘Queremos un pacto de unidad‘ En la contienda interna del PRI "no habrá dados cargados para nadie", afirmó Rafael Rodríguez Barrera.
>>>


      ‘QUEREMOS UN PACTO DE UNIDAD‘
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Rafael Rodríguez Barrera advierte÷ "No habrá dados cargados para nadie" en la contienda interna del PRI.

Desde su posición como árbitro en el proceso de selección de candidato de ese partido a la Presidencia de la República, asegura que su preocupaci&o >>>


      AMPLÍAN AUTONOMÍA DE LOS MUNICIPIOS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      La Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación (SCJN) determinó que el artículo 115 de la Constitución le otorga a los municipios facultades para reglamentar y normar prácticamente todos los aspectos importantes de sus comunidades.

Los ministros explicaron que su decisión d >>>


      ASEGURARÁ EQUIDAD EN 2006 QUIEN LLEGUE A LA SG÷ PRESIDENCIA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      El nuevo secretario de Gobernación dará garantías de imparcialidad y justicia en la elección del 2006, afirmó el vocero de la Presidencia de la República, Rubén Aguilar Valenzuela, al confirmar que Santiago Creel Miranda anunciará hoy miércoles su renuncia >>>


      AVIZORA MADRAZO CONFLICTOS SOCIALES
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      El PRI presentará al Congreso de la Unión sendas iniciativas sobre seguridad nacional y empleo, "toda vez que la realidad muestra una pérdida de fuentes de trabajo y un incremento de la inseguridad" que pueden llevar a México a conflictos sociales e ingobernabilidad, dijo el l&iacu >>>


      BUDGET AIRLINES READY TO TAKE OFF
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Mexico City, June 01, 2005 15 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&oacu >>>


      DEMANDAN A ROCCATTI ASUMA MAYOR COMPROMISO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      La fiscal especial para la Investigación de los Delitos Relacionados con los Homicidios de Mujeres en Ciudad Juárez, Mireille Roccatti Velázquez deberá asumir un mayor compromiso para resolver las muertes ante los resultados limitados hasta hoy obtenidos.

En lo anterior coincidieron >>>


      DESCONOCE LA REALIDAD, DICEN ONG
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Ciudad juárez , Chih. El presidente Vicente Fox no está enterado de la realidad que se vive en esta ciudad y en el país, sobre los homicidios de mujeres, ya que solamente este año han asesinado a 18 mujeres, entre ellas tres niñas, señalaron representantes de organizaciones no >>>


      DF÷ POR CADA 85 CAPITALINOS HAY UN AMBULANTE
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Una investigación realizada por la UNAM y el Centro Francés de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos advierte que por cada 85 habitantes del Distrito Federal hay un vendedor ambulante, por lo que la actividad se ha convertido en un problema incontrolable en la capital del país.

De acuerdo >>>


      DOTAN A LOS MUNICIPIOS DE MAYOR AUTONOMÍA
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      La ministra Olga Sánchez Cordero no podía ocultar su emoción. "Es un momento histórico que cambiará la vida política del país", decía una y otra vez.

Tan sólo unos minutos antes, el pleno de la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nació >>>


      EL AMBULANTAJE, FUERA DE CONTROL÷ UNAM
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Actualmente por cada 85 habitantes del Distrito Federal hay un vendedor ambulante, por lo que dicha actividad se ha convertido en un problema incontrolable en la ciudad de México, advierte un estudio del Programa Universitario de Estudios sobre la Ciudad de México de la UNAM y el Centro Francés de >>>


      MUNICIPALITIES EMPOWERED BY RULING
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Mexico City, June 01, 2005 15 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&oacu >>>


      POR ACLARAR, CIEN CASOS EN JUÁREZ, DICE FOX
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Monterrey, NL.– El presidente Vicente Fox rectificó aquí sobre el número de casos resueltos en los asesinatos de mujeres en Ciudad Juárez, y aceptó que de los 323 feminicidios registrados en 12 años, sólo 230 han sido aclarados y que 200 de los homicidas está >>>


      RECTIFICA FOX AFIRMACIÓN SOBRE MUERTAS DE JUÁREZ
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      El presidente Vicente Fox aceptó que de los 323 feminicidios registrados en 12 años, sólo 230 han sido aclarados y que 200 de los homicidas están en la cárcel.

El Ejecutivo federal salió así al paso a las críticas que generó su aseveración, >>>


      REVELAN FUENTE DEL ‘WATERGATE‘
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Washington. El diario The Washington Post confirmó ayer que W. Mark Felt, el ex número dos de la Oficina Federal de Investigaciones (FBI), es Garganta Profunda , la hasta ahora misteriosa fuente que proporcionó la información que ayudó a descubrir el escándalo Watergate a princ >>>


      ÁRBITRO DEL PRI÷ NO HABRÁ DADOS CARGADOS
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      En la contienda interna del PRI "no habrá dados cargados para nadie", afirmó Rafael Rodríguez Barrera.

Desde su posición como árbitro en el proceso de selección del candidato de ese partido a la Presidencia de la República para 2006, consideró q >>>


      VANITY FAIR ACABA CON EL SECRETO
      Ёль ёниверсал, 01-06-2005
      Nueva York. En la película "Todos los hombres del presidente", era una figura que siempre aparecía escondida entre las sombras de un estacionamiento y aconsejaba a Bob Woodward y Carl Bernstein "seguir la pista del dinero" en su investigación periodística sobre el caso Wa >>>


      CENTENARES DE PERSONAS MARCHAN CONTRA REFORMAS AL SEGURO SOCIAL
      Siglo XXI, 01-06-2005
      ACAN–EFE Panamá. Centenares de personas efectúan hoy una marcha en Panamá contra la propuesta de reforma a la Caja de Seguro Social (CSS), mientras continúa la huelga general indefinida iniciada la semana pasada para exigir el retiro del proyecto del Parlamento.

Diversas organ >>>


      CHIRAC DESIGNA A VILLEPIN COMO PRIMER MINISTRO
      Siglo XXI, 01-06-2005
      AP PARIS. El presidente Jacques Chirac designó el martes a Dominique de Villepin, la voz más estridente de Francia contra la guerra de Irak, para encabezar un nuevo gobierno en respuesta a la humillante derrota en la consulta sobre la constitución europea.

Villepin, de 51 años, pasa >>>


      CHÁVEZ NIEGA PIENSE ROMPER RELACIONES CON EEUU POR CASO POSADA
      Siglo XXI, 01-06-2005
      EFE Caracas. El presidente venezolano, Hugo Chávez, negó hoy que piense romper relaciones con EEUU por el caso del anticastrista Luis Posada Carriles, aunque consideró "preocupante" el tratamiento que Washington ha dado al asunto.

"Yo no he dicho eso (que vaya a romper las r >>>


      FISCALÍA CONFIRMA FUGA DE INFORMACIÓN EN CASO DE RODRÍGUEZ
      Siglo XXI, 01-06-2005
      ACAN–EFE San José. La Fiscalía de Costa Rica confirmó hoy, martes, luego de recibir un informe de la inspección judicial, que existió una fuga de información en el caso del ex presidente Miguel Angel Rodríguez, quien permanece bajo arresto domiciliario por presunta >>>


      UN EX NÚMERO DOS DEL FBI ASEGURA SER "GARGANTA PROFUNDA"
      Siglo XXI, 01-06-2005
      EFE Washington. La identidad de "Garganta profunda" ya no es el secreto mejor guardado de la prensa, según la revista Vanity Fair, que asegura que la histórica fuente anónima que destapó el escándalo Watergate es el ex número dos del FBI Mark Felt.

Más >>>


      AFGHAN MOSQUE BLAST KILLS MANY
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      At least 20 people have been killed or injured in an explosion at a mosque in southern Afghan city of Kandahar, with reports that Kabul‘s police chief is among the dead.

According to Kandahar‘s deputy police chief, General Salim Khan, the bomb exploded at the entrance to the Mullah Abdul Fayaz Mos >>>


      AFRICA URGED TO SET UP CUSTOMS UNION
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Africa‘s biggest trade bloc, Comesa, should establish a customs union by 2008 to boost trade by 25% and spur greater investment in the region, trade ministers have recommended.

Government officials and business representatives from the 1'–member Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Co >>>


      ALGERIAN SOLDIERS DIE IN AMBUSH
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Two Algerian soldiers and two rebels have been killed in separate clashes. Members of al–Qaida–linked Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC) ambushed an army unit on patrol and killed two soldiers on Monday in Boumerdes, about 50km east of the capital Algiers, the Liberte newspaper said on Tuesday.< >>>


      ALJAZEERA INT. TV PRODUCTION FESTIVAL
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Under the patronage of his excellency Hamad Bin Thamer Al Thani, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Aljazeera Satellite Channel announces that the 2nd Aljazeera International Television Production Festival will be held from Monday 27th to Thursday 30th March 2006 at Doha âА« Sheraton Hotel, Doha, Qatar.< >>>


      BLAST KILLS DEMINERS IN AGHANISTAN
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      A bomb has exploded on a bridge in southern Afghanistan, killing and wounding a group of Afghan deminers driving over it.

The explosion occurred near Grishk City in southern Helmand province on the main highway in the area, said Patrick Fruchet, spokesman for the UN Mine Action Centre for Afghanistan.

>>>


      BOLIVIAN PROTESTERS CLASH WITH POLICE
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Bolivian riot police in the capital La Paz have fired tear gas to repel dynamite–throwing protesters demanding nationalisation of the energy sector.

Despite President Carlos Mesa‘s guarantee of safety for a key session of Congress later on Tuesday, only a quarter of the country‘s lawmakers ve >>>


      BOMB HITS BAGHDAD AIRPORT CHECKPOINT
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      At least three Iraqis have been injured after a bomber targeted US forces, exploding a vehicle near the heavily guarded checkpoint leading to Baghdad International Airport.

The bomb went off just after 'am on Wednesday but no soldiers were injured, US military spokeswoman Captain Kelly Lewis said.

>>>


      CHINA DETAINS REPORTER IN SPYING CASE
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      A Singapore Straits Times newspaper journalist has confessed to being a spy for foreign intelligence organs, according to China.

Ching Cheong, 55, the Hong Kong–based chief China correspondent for the paper, was detained on 22 April in the southern city of Guangzhou.

In its first comments about >>>


      CHINA SLAMS SECURITY COUNCIL EXPANSION
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      China has dismissed a resolution by Brazil, Germany, India and Japan to expand the UN Security Council as dangerous, hinting it would use its veto power to block final approval.

The language used by China‘s UN Ambassador Wang Guangya on Wednesday appeared to be the strongest yet by Beijing.

Wang >>>


      CROWD STORMS KYRGYZ HIGH COURT
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Hundreds of people, some lobbing stones, have broken into the Kyrgyz Supreme Court and evicted supporters of five losing parliamentary candidates who had occupied the building for more than a month.

Police and Interior Ministry units rushed to the court on Wednesday, where the crowd had broken windows in its e >>>


      EGYPTIANS PROTEST ATTACKS ON WOMEN
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Hundreds of men and women have gathered outside Cairo‘s Press Syndicate to protest the alleged assault of several women during last week‘s referendum.

The "White Ribbon national apology campaign" was launched on Wednesday following the alleged molestation of women marching in pro–re >>>


      EXPERTS EXAMINE PROBLEMS OF OBESITY
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      About 2000 experts from 80 countries are taking part in the 14th European Congress on Obesity in Athens to discuss aspects of the problem.

Much of the four–day meeting, which began on Wednesday, will be devoted to obesity‘s consequences, which include cardiovascular disease, respiratory problems, d >>>


      INDONESIA SHUTS EMBASSY IN AUSTRALIA
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Indonesia has shut its embassy in Australia after receiving an envelope containing a "biological agent".

The envelope with the contamination was mailed as a public backlash rages against the conviction in Bali of an Australian on drug charges.

Australian authorities said on Wednesday that wh >>>


      INDONESIA, ACEH REBELS AGREE TO TALKS
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Indonesia and Aceh separatists are to meet for a fifth round of peace talks in July, hoping to end their 30–year conflict with a deal likely to be monitored by European Union peacekeepers.

Speaking at separate news conferences, the two sides and their Finnish mediator voiced confidence on Wednesday that >>>


      IRAQI AIRWAYS FLIES BAGHDAD TO BASRA
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      An Iraqi Airways passenger plane from Baghdad has landed at Basra airport, signalling the normal resumption of domestic flights between the two cities.

Officials expect the flight to usher in a revival of domestic air travel in Iraq, which had its air traffic grossly disrupted by no–fly zones imposed by >>>


      ITALIANS DIE IN IRAQ HELICOPTER CRASH
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      An Italian army helicopter has crashed southeast of the Iraqi city of Nasiriya, killing four Italians, while a US has crash–landed in Tal Afar in the north.

The helicopter crashed overnight about 13km southeast of Nasiriya, the southern Iraqi city where Italy‘s 3000 troops are based, Italy‘s >>>


      JUMBLATT÷ PACT MADE WITH HIZB ALLAH
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Lebanese politician Walid Jumblatt has sealed an electoral alliance with Hizb Allah after meeting the resistance organisation‘s leader, Hasan Nasr Allah.

Speaking at a news conference in Beirut on Wednesday, the Druze opposition leader said he was campaigning to protect the resistance group.

&qu >>>


      MANY KILLED IN IVORY COAST ATTACK
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Unidentified men armed with guns and knives have attacked villagers in Ivory Coast‘s western cocoa–growing area, killing 41 people and injuring 64.

Officials said on Wednesday that the attack occurred near the town of Duekoue,
400km northwest of the commercial capital Abidjan.

Army spo >>>


      NATO EXPANDS AFGHAN ROLE
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Nato has expanded its International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) into the west of Afghanistan, taking over command of two US military bases in the provinces of Herat and Farah.

The announcement on Wednesday comes ahead of National Assembly elections scheduled for September and marks the beginning of a majo >>>


      PAKISTAN TO DEPORT AL–QAIDA SUSPECT
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      President Pervez Musharraf has said a top al–Qaida operative arrested in Pakistan will be handed over to the United States.

"We are obviously going to deport him. We have extracted all the information and intelligence from him," Musharraf said, referring to al–Qaida‘s alleged number >>>


      POLLS÷ DUTCH ‘NO‘ LIKELY IN EU VOTE
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      The Dutch are to vote in their first national referendum, choosing whether to accept or – more likely – reject a proposed European Union constitution.

Recent polls show almost 60% will say "no" to the document on Wednesday. After France‘s rejection of the charter on Sunday, a Dutch >>>


      SAUDI POLICEMEN WOUNDED IN CAR CHASE
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Two Saudi policemen were lightly wounded when they came under fire from armed men in a car north of the capital on Wednesday.

The highway patrol came under fire as it chased a car that was speeding on the Riyadh–Qassim road, 210km north of the capital, interior ministry spokesman General Mansour al&ndash >>>


      SPAIN FREES AL–QAIDA SUSPECTS ON BAIL
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      A Spanish court has conditionally freed five suspected members of al–Qaida during their trial, ruling there was a greatly reduced risk they would flee.

But the charges of belonging to an armed group remained against the five, who must surrender their passports and report to the authorities daily, a court >>>


      US–LED FORCES MANDATE EXTENDED IN IRAQ
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      The UN Security Council has agreed to continue the mandate of the US–led force in Iraq after the Iraqi foreign minister said his government wanted the troops to stay.

The mandate does not expire until the end of the year when Iraq is expected to have a permanent government in place.

Baghdad, how >>>


      US TOLL MOUNTS IN IRAQ
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      US troops in Iraq lost 77 men in May âА« the highest death toll since January – with the US military admitting that daily attacks have doubled in recent weeks.

The latest casualty was in Ramadi, where the US Central Command said a marine assigned to the 5th Marine Regiment was killed in actio >>>


      WATERGATE‘S ‘DEEP THROAT‘ UNMASKED
      Aljazeera, 01-06-2005
      Former FBI official Mark Felt is ‘Deep Throat‘ – the legendary source who leaked the Watergate scandal secrets to two Washington Post reporters and helped bring down US President Richard Nixon.

Thirty years after their aggressive stories on Watergate felled Nixon in August 1'74, the two P >>>


      3ÈME FORUM D‘AFFAIRES ALGÉRO–ALLEMAND POUR PROMOUVOIR LES PME ET LES ÉCHANGES COMMERCIAUX
      APS, 01-06-2005
      Alger – Une cinquantaine de chefs d‘entreprises algériens et Allemands se sont retrouvés mardi à Alger à la faveur de la tenue du 3–ème Forum d‘Affaires algéro–allemand avec pour objectif de promouvoir les petites et moyennes entreprises (PME) et >>>


      ALGÉRIE–PORTUGAL÷ MÊME ASPIRATION À LA STABILITÉ DE L‘ESPACE EURO–MEDITERRANÉEN
      APS, 01-06-2005
      Lisbonne – Le Président de la République, M. Abdelaziz Bouteflika, a affirmé mardi à Lisbonne, devant l‘Assemblée de la République que l‘Algérie et le Portugal partagent la même aspiration à la stabilité, à la sécurit >>>


      ALGÉRIE–PORTUGAL÷ SIGNATURE DE SIX ACCORDS ET DEUX MÉMORANDUMS
      APS, 01-06-2005
      Lisbonne – Le Président de la République, M. Abdelaziz Bouteflika s‘est entretenu mardi à Sintra, localité située à 30 km de Lisbonne, avec le premier ministre portugais, M. José Socrates.

Au terme de ces entretiens, élargis par la suite aux >>>


      COLLOQUE À LONDRES SUR LES OPPORTUNITÉS D‘INVESTISSEMENT EN ALGÉRIE
      APS, 01-06-2005
      Londres – La fondation (Middle East Association) spécialisée dans les opportunités d‘investissement dans les pays du Moyen–Oient et de L‘Afrique du Nord a organisé mardi à Londres un colloque sur les investissements en Algérie en collaboration avec le >>>


      IDE HORS HYDROCARBURES÷ 34 MILLIONS D‘EUROS INVESTIS PAR LES FRANÇAIS EN 2004
      APS, 01-06-2005
      Alger – L‘investissement français hors hydrocarbures a atteint 34 millions d‘euros (3,4 milliards de DA) en 2004, a indiqué mardi à Alger le président de la Chambre Française de Commerce et d‘Industrie en Algérie (CFCIA), M. Michel De Caffarelli en sou >>>


      L‘ALGÉRIE PARMI LES PAYS LES PLUS APPRÉCIÉS PAR 150 GROUPES PÉTROLIERS INTERNATIONAUX
      APS, 01-06-2005
      Paris – Une étude de la firme britannique Fugro Robertson Limited (FRL) a placé l‘Algérie, la Libye et l‘Egypte en tête des 10 pays les mieux appréciés par les sociétés pétrolières internationales, a rapporté mardi l‘h >>>


      LA NOUVELLE AÉROGARE D‘ALGER PRÊTE FIN 2005
      APS, 01-06-2005
      Alger – Le ministre des Transports, M. Mohamed Maghlaoui, a annoncé mardi que la nouvelle aérogare internationale d‘Alger sera réceptionnée et mise en exploitation à la fin de l‘année en cours.

Ce vieux projet, dont la réalisation a ét >>>


      LE POLISARIO LANCE UN APPEL À L‘ONU POUR UNE COMMISSION D‘ENQUÊTE AU SAHARA OCCIDENTAL
      APS, 01-06-2005
      Genève – Le Front Polisario a lancé un appel à l‘ONU pour dépêcher au Sahara Occidental "une commission d‘enquête internationale afin d‘établir la vérité sur la répression marocaine dans les territoires occupés&quo >>>


      6 TO ' INSURGENTS BELIEVED DEAD AFTER ATTACK ALONG BORDER
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 01-06-2005
      Combined Forces Command – Afghanistan Coalition Press Information Center (Public Affairs) BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan Ц Initial reports indicate up to nine insurgents were killed May 30 during three near–simultaneous attacks against Afghan and Coalition positions along the Afghan–Pakistan border.
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      AFGHAN FORCES, TALIBAN REBELS CLASH IN SOUTH
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 01-06-2005
      KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) – Afghan security forces hunting rebels in a trouble–plagued southern province clashed with a group of Taliban fighters but there were conflicting reports on Tuesday about what happened.

An official in Zabul province said 10 Taliban fighters and one policeman had bee >>>


      CIRCUS AT LAST COMES TO AFGHAN CAPITAL
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 01-06-2005
      The circus tent is ripped, and the ropes are frayed. Trapeze artists balance on rickety boards and seem slightly nervous. Tightrope walkers sway only 4 feet off the ground.

This is a sad circus. But for the boys and the men in the audience, such details do not matter. With wide eyes, they watch the performers. >>>


      FORCES SEIZE 2 1/2 TONS OF OPIUM IN RAIDAFGHANISTAN‘S LARGEST ‘DRUG BAZAAR‘
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 01-06-2005
      Afghan security forces seized 2 1/2 tons of opium in a raid on the country‘s biggest drugs market on the border with Pakistan, but hundreds of smugglers who were there escaped across the frontier, officials said Tuesday.

About 250 kilograms (55 pounds) of heroin and 3.5 tons of chemicals used to process >>>


      LIFE, LIMB OR SIGHT÷ PATIENTS HELPED ACROSS AFGHANISTAN
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 01-06-2005
      Combined Forces Command – Afghanistan Coalition Press Information Center (Public Affairs) BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan Ц Four Afghans were medically evacuated to U.S. medical facilities May 2' as Coalition medical personnel continued to provide assistance to those in need.

An Afghan National Army sol >>>


      MYSTERY SURROUNDS DEATH OF FEMALE AFGHAN TV STAR
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 01-06-2005
      Tue May 31, 1÷06 AM ET KABUL (AFP) – In February, Shaima Rezayee was a rising star on Afghanistan‘s equivalent of MTV and adored by young hip Afghans. Three months later she was dead from a gunshot wound to the head at her Kabul home after receiving anonymous death threats.

Afghan police are >>>


      NATO FORCES TAKE OVER WEST AFGHAN DUTY FROM U.S.
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 01-06-2005
      HERAT, Afghanistan (Reuters) – NATO troops took command of security and reconstruction efforts in western Afghanistan from U.S. forces on Tuesday under a plan that will likely soon put NATO forces into insurgent hot spots.

NATO took charge of civilian–military Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRT) >>>


      SAS ACCUSED OF KILLING AFGHAN CIVILIANS
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 01-06-2005
      The Defence Department has responded to allegations that Australian SAS soldiers were involved in killing innocent civilians in Afghanistan in 2002.

The claims have been raised in Time magazine, which alleges at least nine tribesman were killed by Australian SAS soldiers in May 2002.

The article also >>>


      THE DANGERS OF BEING UZBEKISTAN‘S BEST FRIEND
      јфганска€ пресса онлайн, 01-06-2005
      FISHERSVILLE, VA. – The bloody suppression of an uprising in Uzbekistan dramatizes how Islam Karimov‘s regime is now more of a liability than an asset to Washington‘s long–term strategic interests. If we want to avoid a "clash of civilizations" with a billion Muslims, the United States >>>


      ‘INDEPENDENT CREDIT BUREAU TO FACILITATE GROWTH OF SMES‘
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      Staff Report Dubai÷ The establishment of a credit bureau will result in a more efficient segmentation of the credit market in the UAE, as small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with good repayment histories use their "reputational collateral" to further access credit, a senior official said.

This >>>


      ABU DHABI CHAMBER POLLS BY YEAR–END
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      WAM Abu Dhabi÷ The tenure of the board of Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been extended until end–2005 as per an Emiri decree issued yesterday by President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan in his capacity as Abu Dhabi Ruler.

An official source at the General Secretari >>>


      AIL‘S BUYOUT OF ARAMEX TO BE OVER SHORTLY
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      Staff Report Abu Dhabi÷ The board of directors of Arab International Logistics Company (AIL) yesterday announced its acquisition of regional logistics giant Aramex is in the final stages.

"The board will move to conclude all documentation in the next two weeks. An acquisition price has been agreed >>>


      CHINA AND JAPAN FAIL TO SOLVE ROW OVER GAS FIELD
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      Reuters Beijing÷ China rejected a Japanese request to stop exploration of a gas field in the East China Sea yesterday but the two Asian powers agreed to keep talking following a slide in diplomatic relations.

Tokyo has demanded China stop its search for energy in the area and provide data on gas develop >>>


      CURRENCY IS A GOOD ASSET CLASS – JERAD
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      By C.L. Jose, Staff Reporter Dubai÷ A top official of ABN Amro Private Banking has said that currency is a very good asset class for investment because of the size and liquidity of the market.

Hatem Jerad, head of the treasury advisory group of the Dutch banking major, said the size of the currency mark >>>


      CUT IN BROKERS‘ COMMISSION ON TRADING PROPOSED
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      By Stanley Carvalho, Staff Reporter Abu Dhabi÷ The Abu Dhabi Securities Market (ADSM) has proposed to the market regulator that commissions on trading be cut to increase liquidity and volumes.

Brokers said while they do not mind the reduction in commissions, their problems must be addressed.

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      DHL OPENS FACILITY IN JEBEL ALI
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      Staff Report Dubai÷ DHL UAE, the air express supplier, expects to double its number of routes out of Jebel Ali within two years, following the opening of a $3.5 million (Dh12.88 million) express logistics centre in Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZ) yesterday.

"Our Express Freight trucking business is witn >>>


      ELECTRICITY CONCERNS NEED TO BE ADDRESSED
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      By Farhan Bokhari, Special to Gulf News Pakistan‘s new budget, which is to be unveiled on Monday, once again coincides with widespread anxieties among a range of consumers, apprehensively waiting to discover if the already hiked electricity rates would edge up further.

For a wide variety of Pakistanis fr >>>


      EMAAR AND ARMANI SIGN $1B LUXURY HOTEL CONTRACT
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      Staff Report Dubai÷ Dubai–based developer Emaar Properties is to invest $1 billion (Dh3.68 billion) in building at least seven luxury hotels and three vacation resorts within the next 10 years, following an agreement with Italian fashion group Giorgio Armani, according to an official press statement.
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      EMIRATES AND QATAR AIRWAYS TO PLACE ORDERS FOR UP TO 120 AIRCRAFT
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      By Saifur Rahman, Staff Reporter Tokyo÷ Emirates and Qatar Airways the two fast–growing Gulf–based carriers are set to announce a number of firm orders that could add up to somewhere between 100 to 120 aircraft, aviation officials said.

The announcement will be made at the forthcoming Paris >>>


      EMIRATES TO INCREASE JAPAN FLIGHTS
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      By Saifur Rahman, Staff Reporter Tokyo÷ Emirates, the Dubai–based carrier, will increase its flights to Japan and Australia, said a senior airline official.

"The Japanese Government has recently agreed to allow 21 weekly frequencies, up from the current level of 7 weekly flights between the U >>>


      EMIRATES TO UNVEIL DESERT RESORT IN AUSTRALIA SOON
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      By Saifur Rahman, Staff Reporter Tokyo÷ Emirates Group, the Dubai–based airline and ground handling operator, will announce a major resort project in Australia in June, said Tim Clark, president of Emirates airline.

"Shaikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, our group chairman, will make a major ann >>>


      ETIHAD AIRWAYS ADDS NEW AIRBUS TO ITS FLEET
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      Staff Report Abu Dhabi÷ Etihad Airways, the national air carrier of the UAE, announced it has received its new Airbus 200–330.

The new aircraft yesterday undertook its maiden flight to Frankfurt. Shaikh Ahmad Bin Saif Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Civil Aviation Department in Abu Dhabi and Etihad Air >>>


      FREE TRADE TALKS WITH AUSTRALIA NEXT WEEK
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      By Stanley Carvalho, Staff Reporter Abu Dhabi÷ The second round of Free Trade Agreement (FTA) talks between UAE and Australia will start next week in Abu Dhabi but political issues will not be on the agenda, a senior diplomat said.

"A 22–member delegation will be coming from Australia to part >>>


      JAPAN BOOSTS OIL PRODUCT IMPORTS
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      Reuters Tokyo÷ Japanese oil companies increased oil product imports for the second consecutive month in April to meet strong domestic demand, while their crude oil imports fell marginally, government data showed yesterday.

Total oil product imports stood at 3.22 million kilolitres (about 675,000 barrels >>>


      JEBEL ALI READY FOR BIG SHIPS
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      By Kokila Jacob, Staff Reporter Dubai÷ Dubai‘s Jebel Ali Port, which is building a new container berth, is ready for big ships, said its top official.

"We are ready and waiting for the larger ships if they are built. With the expansion and new berths being built with a deeper draught at Jebel >>>


      LUBNA IN SAUDI ARABIA TO ATTEND TRADE MEETING
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      By Mariam Al Hakeem, Correspondent Riyadh÷ Ministers of trade from the six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council began their 32nd meeting in Riyadh yesterday to discuss inter–GCC cooperation and legislation to accelerate economic unity.

The UAE delegation was led by Shaikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Mini >>>


      NATIONAL INVESTOR TO INCREASE CAPITAL THROUGH RIGHTS ISSUE
      Gulf News, 01-06-2005
      Staff Report Abu Dhabi÷ The National Investor, a leading UAE investment and advisory company, is raising its capital to Dh500 million through a Dh300 million rights issue, a top company official said.

An extra–ordinary general meeting on Monday ratified the increase in capital and distribution of >>>



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