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      VATER IN NEUSEELAND WEGEN MORDES AN ZWILLINGSBABYS ANGEKLAGT
      Die Welt, 27-10-2006
     Wellington (dpa) – Vier Monate nach dem schockierenden Tod von drei Monate alten Zwillingen ist deren 21–jähriger Vater in Neuseeland wegen Mordes angeklagt worden. Das grausame Schicksal der Babys hatte im Juni ganz Neuseeland bewegt und Abscheu und Empörung ausgelöst. Chris und Cru Kahui war >>>


      WEIHNACHTSB'6;UME IN DIESEM JAHR TEURER
      Die Welt, 27-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Weihnachtsbäume werden in diesem Jahr teurer. Je nach Baumart und Verkaufsstandort werde fünf bis zehn Prozent mehr verlangt als vor einem Jahr, berichtete die Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Waldbesitzerverbände in Berlin. Grund dafür sei das knappe Angebot. In Europa fehlten rund >>>


      WEITERE FOTOS ÜBER TOTENSCH'6;NDUNGEN AUFGETAUCHT
      Die Welt, 27-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Der Skandal um Totenschändungen durch deutsche Soldaten weitet sich aus. Der «Bild»–Zeitung liegen nach eigenen Angaben «dutzende neuer Bilder» vor, die deutsche ISAF–Soldaten beim makaberen Umgang mit Leichenteilen zeigen. Verteidigungsminister Franz Josef Jung hat als Konsequenz a >>>


      WEITERE SKANDAL–FOTOS AUS AFGHANISTAN AUFGETAUCHT
      Die Welt, 27-10-2006
     Großansicht Berlin/Kabul (dpa) – Im Skandal um die Fotos von Totenschändungen sind neue schockierende Bilder von makabren Handlungen deutscher Soldaten aus Afghanistan aufgetaucht. Der Fernsehsender RTL zeigte am Donnerstag, wie deutsche ISAF–Soldaten mit Totenköpfen posieren.

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      WELTGEMEINSCHAFT MEHRHEITLICH FÜR GLOBALES WAFFENHANDELSABKOMMEN
      Die Welt, 27-10-2006
     New York (dpa) – Die Vereinten Nationen haben mit großer Mehrheit für ein internationales Waffenhandelsabkommen gestimmt. Bei dem Votum im Abrüstungsausschuss der Vollversammlung sprachen sich in New York 13' UN–Mitgliedsländer für ein verbindliches Übereinkommen zur Kontrol >>>


      WERBEFOTOS: REKORDSUMME FÜR FISCHER
      Die Welt, 27-10-2006
     Großansicht Karlsruhe/Hamburg (dpa) – Wegen unerlaubter Werbung mit seinem Foto soll Ex–Außenminister Joschka Fischer nach einem Gerichtsurteil 200 000 Euro erhalten.

Sein einstiger Kabinettskollege Oskar Lafontaine dagegen geht nach einer ebenfalls am Freitag verkündeten Gerichtsents >>>


      WIDERSPRÜCHE BEI ZWISCHENFALL VOR LIBANONS KÜSTE
      Die Welt, 27-10-2006
     Großansicht Berlin/Tel Aviv (dpa) – Die deutsche Beteiligung an der UN–Mission vor der libanesischen Küste hat zu ersten Verwicklungen geführt. Ein Sprecher des Verteidigungsministeriums in Berlin bestätigte, dass die israelische Luftwaffe über einem Schiff der Deutschen Marine Sch&# >>>


      ZAHL DER HUNGERNDEN AUF 852 MILLIONEN GESTIEGEN
      Die Welt, 27-10-2006
     Großansicht New York (dpa) – Allen Kampfansagen gegen die Armut zum Trotz ist die Zahl der hungernden Menschen weltweit inzwischen auf 852 Millionen gestiegen. Jede fünf Sekunden stirbt ein Kind an Unterernährung und Krankheiten, deren sich sein schwacher Körper nicht erwehren kann.

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      ZDF–POLITBAROMETER SIEHT EINBUßEN FÜR DIE SPD
      Die Welt, 27-10-2006
     Mainz (dpa) – Nach Zugewinnen in den vergangenen Wochen verliert die SPD jetzt in der politischen Stimmung. Sie komme nur noch auf 2' Prozent, ergab das ZDF–Politbarometer. Das ist ein Minus von 4 Prozent. Die CDU/CSU legt leicht zu auf 36 Prozent, die FDP kommt auf 11 Prozent, die Linke auf 8 Prozent. D >>>


      POLITICAL PERKS AND THE PUBLIC TRUST
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      ‘OBESE‘ DRIVERS USE UP MORE PETROL, SAYS STUDY
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      ‘ONE IN TEN‘ CALL CENTRES TARGETED BY FRAUD GANGS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     There are more than 300 call centres in the Glasgow area Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself two days after ‘sex attack‘ Radiographer killed 3&nda >>>


      ‘PARKING RAGE‘ AS DRIVERS STRUGGLE TO FIND SPACES
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself two days after ‘sex attack‘ Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told T >>>


      ‘RIDICULOUS‘ PAY GAP BETWEEN CITY WORKERS AND REST OF COUNTRY
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     City workers got record pay rises of up to 21 per cent last year Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humil >>>


      ‘SHE BOUGHT A BABY‘ – SHARON OSBOURNE‘S VERDICT ON MADONNA ADOPTION
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Sharon Osbourne and baby David with adopted dad Guy Ritchie Showbiz headlines McCartney, portrait of a haunted man ‘Testy‘ Townshend storms out of interview over kiddy–porn jibe Shearer gives 1.6million testimonial money to charity Snoop Dogg arrested for drug and gun possession MORE SHOWBIZ Enjoy our >>>


      &#163;75 MILLION LOTTO JACKPOT AS ONE MILLION TICKETS SELL EVERY HOUR
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Jackpot: More than a million tickets are selling every hour for the Euro lottery Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet a >>>


      100–YEAR OLD CAT GETS TELEGRAM FROM BUCKINGHAM PURR–LACE
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     No 100th birthday should pass without a telegram from the Queen and that includes Flook the Burmese cat too.

Owner Chris Evans from Windermere, Cumbria, wrote to Buckingham Palace to inform them that his beloved pussy was set to celebrate reaching the grand old age of 100 in cat years.

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      ALARM AS HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENTS ARE FREE TO MAKE HEALTH CLAIMS WITHOUT TRIALS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      ARCHBISHOP BACKS RIGHT TO WEAR VEIL AND CROSS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Veiled criticism: Archbishop Rowan Williams say he opposes government intervention over the wearing of veils or crosses Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself tw >>>


      BRITISH WORKERS FORCED OUT BY EASTERN EUROPEAN MIGRANTS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Polish workers wait on a street corner in west London for casual work Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 >>>


      BROTHERS AT WAR IN &#163;1.8M FEUD OVER MUM‘S FORTUNE
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      CAMERON EDGES OUT BROWN AS PREFERRED PM IN LATEST POLL
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Poll high: More want David Cameron than Gordon Brown as PM Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown Corfu tragedy: Did children die in suicide cult pact?

Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Archbishop backs right to wear veil and cross Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfa >>>


      CANCER GIRL GIVEN 1' RADIATION OVERDOSES AFTER ERROR
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Lisa Norris: Accidentally given a series of overdoses as part of treatment to fight a brain tumour Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself two days after ‘s >>>


      COUNCILS TO BE GRANTED MORE POWER TO IMPOSE &#163;100 SPOT FINES
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      DAVIS ‘THREATENED TEAM–MATE WITH RAZOR‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Sheffield Disunited: Claude Davis (left) allegedly confronted Ade Akinbiyi while holding a razor Look here too...

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      EMPTY LIFE–RAFT FOUND IN SEARCH FOR FISHERMEN
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself two days after ‘sex attack‘ Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told T >>>


      FATHER DRUGS AND SUFFOCATES DAUGHTER AS REVENGE FOR WIFE‘S AFFAIR
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Amelia Hall died two days before her fourth birthday Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u&nda >>>


      FIRST PICTURE OF MUSLIM PC WHO CAUSED A POLITICAL STORM
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     PC Alexander Omar Basha Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u–turn over faith schools Br >>>


      GORDON BROWN TO PUBLISH BOOK OF 10 HEROES TO COINCIDE WITH TAKE–OVER
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Civil rights campaigners Martin Luther King will feature in the book Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 H >>>


      HAWKING‘S WIFE LINKED TO HEART SURGEON
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Divorce: Stephen Hawking and wife Elaine Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u–turn over >>>


      JOHNSON ABANDONS FAITH SCHOOL PLANS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u–turn over faith schools Brothers at war in 1.8m fe >>>


      JOHNSON DITCHES FAITH SCHOOL ADMISSION QUOTAS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Alan Johnson abandons plan to force all new faith schools to reserve places for non–believers Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘ >>>


      KIYAN STABBING JURY FAILS TO REACH VERDICT
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Kiyan Price‘s coffin is carried out by family and friends at his funeral Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself two days after ‘sex attack‘ Rad >>>


      MORTGAGE LENDERS AXE CHEAP DEALS LEAVING HOMEBUYERS ‘CRIPPLED‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Good fixed rate mortgage packages are being scrapped Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u&nda >>>


      MOTHER–OF–TWO KATE WINSLET STILL DARES TO BARE
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Kate Winslet at the premiere of her movie ‘Little Children‘ Showbiz headlines Kidman told Urban: ‘Its rehab or the marriage is over‘ Supermodel Noami Campbell arrested for alleged assault Laughter by the cartload as Borat and his babes ride in Chris de Burgh healed my withered arm claims author M >>>


      MOTHER CLEARED OF POISONING SON WITH SALT
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Marianne Williams and baby Joshua Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown Corfu tragedy: Did children die in suicide cult pact?

Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Archbishop backs right to wear veil and cross Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told T >>>


      MPS MAKE &#163;200,000 IN A YEAR IN PAY AND PERKS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      NAOMI ‘LASHED OUT OVER FEARS OF BEING LEFT ON THE SHELF‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Naomi Campbell on the catwalk in 2004 Showbiz headlines Kidman told Urban: ‘Its rehab or the marriage is over‘ Supermodel Noami Campbell arrested for alleged assault Laughter by the cartload as Borat and his babes ride in Chris de Burgh healed my withered arm claims author MORE SHOWBIZ Enjoy our blogs Benedi >>>


      NEW PICTURES PROVE MONKEYS SHARE HUMAN EMOTIONS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Glum: Surya, an orangutan in Miami, is narrowly beaten by Jim Carrey for the lead role in The Grinch Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can&lsquo >>>


      NEW SLIMMING DRUG THAT BLOCKS THE URGE TO EAT
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      OH MY GOD, SOUTH PARK MOCKS IRWIN
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Bad taste? Steve Irwin at Satan‘s Hallowe‘en party Showbiz headlines McCartney, portrait of a haunted man ‘Testy‘ Townshend storms out of interview over kiddy–porn jibe Shearer gives 1.6million testimonial money to charity Snoop Dogg arrested for drug and gun possession MORE SHOWBIZ Enjoy o >>>


      ONE IN FIVE CHILDREN UNABLE TO WRITE THEIR NAME OR SAY ALPHABET
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Hands up: 20 per cent of five year olds can‘t write their own name Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of >>>


      OUTRAGE AS POLICE SPEND &#163;450M ON ‘EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      PETR CECH: MY NIGHTMARE
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Back in training: Petr Cech , centre, with goalkeeping coach Silvino Louro and Jose Mourinho in a Chelsea treatment room; and (below) the incident that left him with a fractured skull Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury f >>>


      PUT UP TAX ON ALCOPOPS, HEWITT URGES BROWN
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     A typical town centre scene: a girl lies unconscious on a bench Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself two days after ‘sex attack‘ Radiographer kille >>>


      SCALE OF FOREIGN PRISONER CRISIS REVEALED AS PRISON HOUSES 73 NATIONALITIES
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Home Secretary John Reid wants to send foreign prisoners home to ease overcrowding Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet >>>


      SCHOOL BURSAR JAILED FOR STEALING &#163;10,000 COMIC RELIEF CASH
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      SIBLINGS FACE ASBO FOR PLAYING FOOTBALL IN STREET
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u–turn over faith schools Brothers at war in 1.8m fe >>>


      SPINACH IS THE NEW TRENDY VEGETABLE
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Popular: A bowl of Britain‘s trendiest food Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u– >>>


      SUPERMARKET BANS SIX–YEAR–OLD FROM WEARING HOODIE BOUGHT IN STORE
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u–turn over faith schools Brothers at war in 1.8m fe >>>


      TALENTED TEENAGE SWIMMER HANGED HERSELF TWO DAYS AFTER ‘SEX ATTACK‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Nikke Dunbar was found hanged at home Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself two days after ‘sex attack‘ Radiographer killed 3–year–old t >>>


      TALIBAN ACCUSES NATO OF GENOCIDE AND VOW MORE ATTACKS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      THE ‘OTHER MAN‘ AT THE CENTRE OF THE TORY SEX SCANDAL
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     William Banks–Blaney is the ‘other man‘ in the Tory sex scandal Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet >>>


      THE COMET YOU CAN SEE WITHOUT A TELESCOPE
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      THOUSANDS MORE FIVE–YEAR–OLDS LACKING BASIC LITERACY
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      WOMEN CLOSING IN ON PAY GAP WITH MEN
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Women are now working in more high–earning professions Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliati >>>


      AT LEAST 60 CIVILIANS KILLED DURING NATO OPERATION IN AFGHANISTAN
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u–turn over faith schools Brothers at war in 1.8m fe >>>


      CLERIC DEFIANT AFTER HE IS BANNED FROM GIVING SERMONS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     No resignation: Controversial cleric Sheik Taj Din al–Hilali Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself two days after ‘sex attack‘ Radiographer ki >>>


      FOUR FIREFIGHTERS KILLED IN BLAZE STARTED BY ARSONISTS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     A bushfire started by arsonists has killed four firefighters and trapped up to 1,000 people in a holiday park in southern California.

About 700 people were ordered to leave their homes as the blaze destroyed at least 10 homes and a fire truck.

The fire, 17 miles north–west of Palm Springs, had st >>>


      GERMAN MILITARY SUSPENDS TWO SOLDIERS OVER SKULL PHOTOS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Shocking: The pictures, carried in Bild daily Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown ‘Poisoned‘ Corfu holidaymaker regains consiousness Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Talented teenage swimmer hanged herself two days after ‘sex attack‘ Radiographer killed 3–year&nda >>>


      NUCLEAR TEST SPARKS SOARING CONDOM SALES IN SOUTH KOREA
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Unintended consequences: Kim Jong–Il‘s nuclear test has caused South Korean condom sales to rocket Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 >>>


      RUSSIAN REGION DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY AS 15 DIE IN TAINTED ALCOHOL OUTBREAK
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     Headlines Fury as city pay hits 100,000 New slimming drug that blocks the urge to eat MP‘s pocket on average 200,000 Radiographer killed 3–year–old to punish unfaithful wife, court told 1 in 5 can‘t recite alphabet at age of 5 Humiliating u–turn over faith schools Brothers at war in 1.8m fe >>>


      SOUTH KOREAN FOREIGN MINISTER VISITS CHINA FOR TALKS ON SANCTIONS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
     South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki–moon, who is set to be the next U.N. secretary–general Headlines Put up tax on alcopops, Hewitt urges Brown Corfu tragedy: Did children die in suicide cult pact?

Kiyan stabbing jury fails to reach verdict Archbishop backs right to wear veil and cross Radiographer >>>


      TALIBAN ACCUSES NATO OF GENOCIDE AND VOW MORE ATTACKS
      The Daily Mail, 27-10-2006
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      ARCTIC POLLUTION HAZE THICKENING
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 5. Arctic Pollution Haze Thickening By Alister Doyle Reuters OSLO –– Haze polluting the Arctic has thickened in the past decade despite lower emissions by Russian factories, perhaps because of more forest fires or pollution from Asia, an international report said Th >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 6.

Business in Brief Gangs Blamed for Inflation Rapidly developing retail chain stores and criminal rings at local food markets are stoking inflation in the country by driving up fruit and vegetable prices, the Economi >>>


      GAZPROM WARNS OF FUEL CRISIS
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 5. Gazprom Warns of Fuel Crisis Reuters Gazprom on Thursday called for the state to step in to prevent a repeat of last year‘s winter fuel crisis, which it said was likely because of a poor state of readiness in the regions.

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      GAZPROMBANK LOOKING TO GO PUBLIC
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 5. Gazprombank Looking to Go Public By William Mauldin Staff Writer Sergei Porter / Vedomosti Going public is the third phase in the bank‘s strategic plan, which includes a $1.3 billion capital boost from Gazprom.

Gazprombank, the banking minion of Russia‘s >>>


      PROSECUTORS TAKE AIM AT OIL FIRMS
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 6. Prosecutors Take Aim at Oil Firms By Gleb Bryanski Reuters Prosecutors promised Thursday to crack down on oil companies that break environmental rules following a minister‘s call for a criminal investigation into the Shell–led Sakhalin–2 project.

& >>>


      PUTIN ALLIES TO BUILD SPORTS AND IT TOWN
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 7. Putin Allies to Build Sports and IT Town By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer The little–known Sport Fund, whose board is headed by Rosoboronexport chief Sergei Chemezov and stocked with close allies of President Vladimir Putin, is to build a vast residential complex dubbed >>>


      ROSNEFT LOOKS TO FOREIGN ACQUISITIONS
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 5. Rosneft Looks to Foreign Acquisitions Reuters State oil firm Rosneft will consider expanding abroad by acquiring assets, vice president Peter O‘Brien said Thursday, reiterating plans outlined earlier by CEO Sergei Bogdanchikov.

"Over the next year or two, >>>


      SHELL SEES SAKHALIN–2 IN BLACK BY 2013
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 7. Shell Sees Sakhalin–2 in Black by 2013 Bloomberg Ivan Sekretarev / AP The Shell–run LNG terminal on Sakhalin Island. Shell said it would report on its talks with Gazprom by year‘s end.

LONDON –– Royal Dutch Shell said Thursday that it e >>>


      THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE –– GERMAN STYLE
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 8. The Sounds of Silence –– German Style By Michele A. Berdy To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should b >>>


      URANIUM CENTER TO OPEN IN ANGARSK
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 5. Uranium Center to Open in Angarsk The Associated Press The country‘s nuclear chief said Thursday that a joint Russian–Kazakh uranium enrichment center would soon start working, Interfax reported.

"We will complete the preparatory procedure before th >>>


      EXTREMISTS COULD FACE TOUGHER SENTENCES
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 3. Extremists Could Face Tougher Sentences The Moscow Times Legislators in the coming weeks will consider a series of amendments to the current law on extremism that would impose harsher sentences for those convicted of extremism, tighten registration rules for religious groups >>>


      GAZPROMBANK LOOKING TO GO PUBLIC
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 5. Gazprombank Looking to Go Public By William Mauldin Staff Writer Sergei Porter / Vedomosti Going public is the third phase in the bank‘s strategic plan, which includes a $1.3 billion capital boost from Gazprom.

Gazprombank, the banking minion of Russia‘s >>>


      INJURIES HURT RUSSIA‘S DAVIS CUP PLANS
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 20. Injuries Hurt Russia‘s Davis Cup Plans By Gennady Fyodorov Reuters Dmitry Lovetsky / AP Tursunov playing a backhand against Belarus‘ Mirnyi during their first round match at the St. Petersburg Open on Wednesday. Mirnyi triumphed 4–6,
6–3, 6&ndash >>>


      MAKING SURE EVERYTHING LOOKS NICE
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 3. Making Sure Everything Looks Nice By Nabi Abdullaev Staff Writer Natalya Krainova / Itar–Tass Residents of Kaspiisk taking part in a live television call–in program with President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday.

"After the words ‘his citizens&lsq >>>


      MILINKEVICH AWARDED HUMAN RIGHTS PRIZE
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 4. Milinkevich Awarded Human Rights Prize By Jan Sliva The Associated Press Sergei Grits / AP Prizewinner Alexander Milinkevich STRASBOURG, France –– Opposition leader Alexander Milinkevich was awarded the Sakharov Prize, the EU‘s top human rights award, on Th >>>


      NATO PRESSES PUTIN OVER GEORGIA
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 1. NATO Presses Putin Over Georgia By Simon Saradzhyan Staff Writer NATO‘s chief on Thursday urged President Vladimir Putin to lift sanctions on Georgia and tried to narrow the gap with Moscow over NATO expansion and arms control.

But Putin and other senior offic >>>


      PUTIN ALLIES TO BUILD SPORTS AND IT TOWN
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 7. Putin Allies to Build Sports and IT Town By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer The little–known Sport Fund, whose board is headed by Rosoboronexport chief Sergei Chemezov and stocked with close allies of President Vladimir Putin, is to build a vast residential complex dubbed >>>


      RAGE AND POLITICS 4 YEARS AFTER DUBROVKA
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 1. Rage and Politics 4 Years After Dubrovka By David Nowak Staff Writer Michael Eckels / MT Seige survivor Marat Abdrakhimov That night, Marat Abdrakhimov couldn‘t sleep. Crammed into his seat, he was unable to stretch out. What he did next saved his life: He lay down on >>>


      RELAXED MINDSET HELPS BRING OUT PETROVA‘S BEST
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 20. Relaxed Mindset Helps Bring Out Petrova‘s Best Reuters LINZ, Austria –– Nadia Petrova credited her success on the WTA tour this year to her decision to sack former coach Glen Schaap.

The 24–year–old cut her ties with the Dutchman late >>>


      RESPONSIBILITY GETS LOST IN TRANSMISSIONS
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 8. Responsibility Gets Lost in Transmissions Editorial To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should be sent by fax to ( >>>


      THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE –– GERMAN STYLE
      The Moscow Times, 27-10-2006
     Friday, October 27, 2006. Issue 3528. Page 8. The Sounds of Silence –– German Style By Michele A. Berdy To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should b >>>


      CO–OPERATION BETWEEN VIETNAMESE AND LAO WOMEN APPLAUDED
      Nhan Dan, 27-10-2006
     The close co–operation between Vietnamese and Lao women over the past few years has been acclaimed by Truong Tan Sang, member of the politburo of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee.

Mr Sang made the remark in Hanoi on October 26 while meeting with a delegation from the Lao Women‘s Unio >>>


      CPV TO FURTHER CO–OPERATE WITH MEXICAN LABOUR PARTY
      Nhan Dan, 27-10-2006
     The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) will strengthen its friendly relations and co–operation with the Mexican Labour Party (MLP), confirmed Truong Tan Sang, member of the politburo of the CPV Central Committee on October 26.

At a reception in Hanoi for a visiting delegation from the MLP, headed by General >>>


      PARTY LEADER EMPHASISES TIES WITH THAILAND
      Nhan Dan, 27-10-2006
     While receiving Thai Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont in Hanoi on October 26, General Secretary Manh said he hoped that the visit would contribute to boosting the friendly ties and co–operation between the two countries.

PM Surayud, who arrived in Hanoi the same day for an official visit, reiterated that >>>


      PRESIDENT TRIET PRAISES PREPARATIONS FOR APEC 2006 WEEK
      Nhan Dan, 27-10-2006
     The President was speaking at a rehearsal for a Gala Dinner of the State President and his wife which will take place at the National Conference Centre on the occasion of the 14th APEC Economic Leaders‘ Meeting.

The President inspected the facilities including meeting rooms, guest welcoming protocol and a >>>


      VICE PRESIDENT RECEIVES NEW ZEALAND DELEGATION
      Nhan Dan, 27-10-2006
     Vice President Truong My Hoa received a visiting delegation of the New Zealand–Vietnam Friendship Association, led by its President, Prof.

Neil Quigley, in Hanoi on October 26.

Vice President Hoa congratulated Prof. N. Quigley of his re–election as President of the association, and spoke hi >>>


      VIETNAM AND THAILAND EXPECT US $5 BILLION IN TRADE
      Nhan Dan, 27-10-2006
     The agreement was made during the talks between Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and the visiting Thai PM Surayud Chulanont on October 26 in Hanoi.

PM Dung said the visit by his Thai counterpart, in the context of the 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties (Aug. 6, 1'76–2006), was a clear demonstration of >>>


      VIETNAM SET TO BECOME WTO MEMBER
      Nhan Dan, 27-10-2006
     th member in early November.

Vietnam applied for WTO membership in 1''5 and the country since then has gone through 14 rounds of multilateral negotiations.

According to Ambassador Ngo Quang Xuan, Head of the Vietnamese delegation to the United Nations in Geneva, and Dao Huy Giam, Head of the Vi >>>


      VIETNAM VALUES ITS TIES WITH THAILAND: PRESIDENT TRIET
      Nhan Dan, 27-10-2006
     Vietnam has always attached great importance in strengthening and developing its friendship and co–operation with neighbouring countries, including Thailand.

State President Nguyen Minh Triet made the affirmation at a reception in Hanoi on October 26 for Thai Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont, who is on an >>>


      &#132;TODESRASER&#147; WILL BEW'6;HRUNG
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-10-2006
     27. Oktober 2006 Aktuell Gesellschaft Nachrichten Gesellschaft Aktuell Menschen Katastrophen Umwelt Kriminalität Mode Gesundheit FAZ.NET fragt

Kinderschutz in die Verfassung? Ja, es ist dringend nötig Nein, bestehende Gesetze reichen Es kommt für viele Opfer schon zu spät Es ist reiner Aktio >>>


      15 TOTE: MASSENVERGIFTUNG DURCH GEPANSCHTEN ALKOHOL
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-10-2006
     Billiger Alkohol ist in Rußland häufig gepanscht 26. Oktober 2006 Gepanschter Alkohol hat im Nordwesten Rußlands eine Massenvergiftung ausgelöst: Mehr als 400 Bewohner der Region Pskow erkrankten nach Behördenangaben vom Donnerstag in den vergangenen Wochen nach dem Konsum des Fusels, 15 Mensche >>>


      AMOKL'6;UFER ENTSCHULDIGT SICH
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-10-2006
     Der Tatort im Zentrum Berlins 30. Mai 2006 Vier Tage nach dem Amoklauf in Berlin hat sich der 16 Jahre alte Tatverdächtige entschuldigt und damit die Bluttat indirekt eingeräumt.

Über seinen Anwalt Herbert Hedrich wandte er sich in der RBB–Abendschau am Dienstag an die Betroffenen.

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      ANDOCKPANNE MACHT PROVIANT FÜR ASTRONAUTEN UNERREICHBAR
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-10-2006
     ISS im Erdorbit: Versorgung noch gesichert 26. Oktober 2006 Beim Andocken einer unbemannten russischen Versorgungskapsel an die Internationale Weltraumstation (ISS) sind technische Probleme aufgetreten.

Eine defekte Antenne hinderte die Progress M–58 daran, sich dicht genug an die ISS anzuschließen, >>>


      ANWALT: &#132;TODESPFLEGER&#147; HANDELTE AUSSCHLIEßLICH AUS MITLEID
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-10-2006
     27. Oktober 2006 Aktuell Gesellschaft Nachrichten Gesellschaft Aktuell Menschen Katastrophen Umwelt Kriminalität Mode Gesundheit FAZ.NET fragt

Kinderschutz in die Verfassung? Ja, es ist dringend nötig Nein, bestehende Gesetze reichen Es kommt für viele Opfer schon zu spät Es ist reiner Aktio >>>


      BALD MEHR ALS ZEHN MILLIONEN AIDS–WAISEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-10-2006
     26. Oktober 2006 In Asien leben zwar viermal so viele Kinder wie im südlichen Afrika. Trotzdem ist die Zahl der Vollwaisen in beiden Regionen fast gleich hoch: Sie beträgt rund acht Millionen. Die Zahl von Waisen, von Kindern also, die entweder ein Elternteil oder beide Elternteile verloren haben, müß >>>


      JUGENDLICHER WEGEN VERSUCHTEN MORDES IN 37 F'6;LLEN ANGEKLAGT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-10-2006
     Im Gedränge am Berliner Hauptbahnhof stach der Täter zu 27. Oktober 2006 Der mutmaßliche Amokläufer vom Berliner Hauptbahnhof ist wegen versuchten Mordes in 37 Fällen angeklagt worden. Dem 16jährigen wird außerdem sechsfache Körperverletzung vorgeworfen, wie die Staatsanwaltschaft >>>



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