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      LOCH NESS MONSTER BEATS BROWN TO BE VOTED MOST FAMOUS SCOT
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic Sniffer bees set to snare suicide bombers Loch Ness monster beats Brown to be voted most >>>


      MARINE‘S IRAQ DEATH CAUSED BY ‘SERIOUS FAILINGS‘
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Marine Christopher Maddison Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women talk twice as much as men, say >>>


      MICHAEL GRADE QUITS BBC FOR ITV
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Michael Grade is moving once again Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women talk twice as much as m >>>


      MOTHER AWAKES FROM COMA THANKS TO CHILDREN‘S JOKES
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Health news New cot locator to help sick babies ‘Why I believe every parent has a right to choose their baby‘s sex‘ Most parents unaware if their son or daughter is sexually active Warm milk and garlic? It might sound vile — but it‘ll beat the bugs Home testing kits put to the test Junk food ban >>>


      NO NEED FOR ALARM, SAYS REID AS THREE ARE TESTED FOR RADIATION
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Poisoned: Alexander Litvinenko Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women talk twice as much as men, >>>


      OH DEER! WHAT UNUSUAL HEADGEAR...
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     This is the staggering sight of a buck mule deer who has got his antlers in a twist.

The impressive creature took it all in his stride after getting caught up in a bright purple volleyball net.

He is so taken with the unusual headgear a Colorado Division Wildlife officer decided to leave it on until hi >>>


      PHINA CLAIMS: ‘IT‘S JUST A GAME‘ AS SHE‘S BOOTED OUT THE CAMP
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Phina is shocked to be in the outside world Showbiz headlines On the rebound Britney lets too much hang out on Hilton bender Kate pays up so Pete can stay clean Lindsay: ‘Paris hit me with a drink at party‘ Shane Richie‘s ‘shock suicide attempt‘ Scream on it‘s Take That fans MORE SHOW >>>


      POLICE CHIEF ‘WANTS AGE OF CONSENT DROPPED TO 13‘
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women talk twice as much as men, says study Freddie and the grea >>>


      POLICE SEEK POWERS TO ARREST ‘MIDDLE ENGLAND‘ PROTESTORS WAVING PLACARDS
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women talk twice as much as men, says study Freddie and the grea >>>


      PRESCOTT TOPS LIST OF POLITICIANS‘ GAFFS
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women talk twice as much as men, says study Freddie and the grea >>>


      PRINCE CHARLES DRUMS UP SUPPORT IN SIERRA LEONE
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     The Prince of Wales has joined in the rhythm of Africa with an impressive impromptu performance on the drums.

He had enjoyed a display of music and dance on a visit to Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.

The heir to the throne watched a brief display by the National Dance Group of Sierra Leone who f >>>


      PRINCE DIARIES BATTLE BACK IN COURT
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women talk twice as much as men, says study Freddie and the grea >>>


      RADICAL CLERIC HAMZA LOSES APPEAL AGAINST RACE–HATE CONVICTIONS
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Islamic cleric Abu Hamza: It was ‘unfair and oppressive‘ to put him on trial Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic >>>


      RAIL FARES SET FOR INFLATION–BUSTING RISE
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic Sniffer bees set to snare suicide bombers Loch Ness monster beats Brown to be voted most >>>


      RIDDLE OF UFO ‘INVASION‘
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic Sniffer bees set to snare suicide bombers Loch Ness monster beats Brown to be voted most >>>


      SADIE‘S SOBERING EXPERIENCE
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Clean living: the new look Sadie Frost Showbiz headlines Jason goes ‘slightly mad‘ in the jungle Another awards ceremony...another dig at Heather Heels on wheels as Paris takes Lindsay and Britney out for a spin Hogfather star David Jason gets a touch of sloshed Take That are back for good...just ask their l >>>


      SNIFFER BEES SET TO SNARE SUICIDE BOMBERS
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic Sniffer bees set to snare suicide bombers Loch Ness monster beats Brown to be voted most >>>


      TEENAGERS GUILTY OF KILLING CITY LAWYER
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Donnel Carty. left, and Delano Brown Headlines Don‘t impose your morality: Catholic Archbishop attacks gay rights bill Goodbye pop pickers – DJ Alan ‘Fluff‘ Freeman dies Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views&lsq >>>


      THE BIG BROTHER BINMEN WHO READ YOUR BILLS
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials ING Direct School leavers Laura Ashley Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

Oscar trivia Winter Olympics Supermarket food More quizzes » RSS feeds What is RSS?

All our RSS feeds Text–based site Accessibility Contact us Ne >>>


      THE PROOF THAT EVEN PENNY‘S PINS AREN‘T PERFECT
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Perfect Penny? These pictures show that when it comes to the curse of cellulite, even Penny Lancaster can‘t escape Showbiz headlines Jason goes ‘slightly mad‘ in the jungle Another awards ceremony...another dig at Heather Heels on wheels as Paris takes Lindsay and Britney out for a spin Hogfather star >>>


      THE ROW IN THE RUBBISH DUMP QUEUE THAT LEFT A MAN DEAD
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Tip rage: Colin Jones (top) is on trial at the Old Bailey over the manslaughter of David Henson (bottom) Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political >>>


      TODDLER SUFFERS HORRIFIC BURNS AFTER FALLING INTO SCALDING BATH
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Bathtime nightmare: Kyle is swathed in special collagen bandages Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – >>>


      TORNADO LEAVES TRAIL OF DESTRUCTION IN VILLAGE
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     A has tornado struck a quiet village, causing thousands of pounds of damage and reportedly lifting three ponies into the air.

The twister occurred on Saturday in Boarhunt, Hampshire, flattening sheds and greenhouses, uprooting trees, knocking over horseboxes, bringing down power lines and ripping the roof off a >>>


      TRANSFORMED IN 40 WEEKS, WOMAN WITH A NEW FACE
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Facing the world: While make–up is hiding any remaining scars, there is little outward sign of the operation which took 15 hours and a 50–strong surgical team Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boy >>>


      UK PUT ON TORNADO ALERT
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Destruction: A horse box is overturned after a tornado hit Hampshire Headlines Don‘t impose your morality: Catholic Archbishop attacks gay rights bill Goodbye pop pickers – DJ Alan ‘Fluff‘ Freeman dies Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had r >>>


      WHAT‘S GOT INTO CHERIE?
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Has someone stepped on Cherie Blair‘s toes, or has the Prime Minister‘s wife been on a ‘Blair bender‘?

Neither, but she did have reason to crow with excitement, because Mrs Blair has been granted the Freedom of the City of London.

Scroll down for more Mrs Blair has been awarded >>>


      &#163;10MILLION CHINESE ‘FAMILLE ROSE‘ BOWL SMASHES RECORD AUCTION PRICE
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     The piece once belonged to the Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic Sniffer bees set to snar >>>


      BUSH DEFLECTS TALK OF IRAQ CIVIL WAR
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic Sniffer bees set to snare suicide bombers Loch Ness monster beats Brown to be voted most >>>


      ISRAEL TO FREE SOME PALESTINIAN PRISONERS
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women talk twice as much as m >>>


      ITALY‘S BERLUSCONI SPENDS NIGHT IN HOSPITAL
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Silvio Berlusconi faints as he addresses an audience at a rally in Tuscany. Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic Sniffer bees >>>


      POPE DEFIES PROTESTS TO VISIT TURKEY
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Angry Muslims protests against the Pope after his comments Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women >>>


      POPE MEETS WITH TURKISH LEADER IN BID FOR CLOSER LINK WITH ISLAM
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Visit: Pope Benedict Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic Sniffer bees set to snare suicide bombers Loch Ness monster beats B >>>


      PRINCE CHARLES DRUMS UP SUPPORT IN SIERRA LEONE
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     The Prince of Wales has joined in the rhythm of Africa with an impressive impromptu performance on the drums.

He had enjoyed a display of music and dance on a visit to Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.

The heir to the throne watched a brief display by the National Dance Group of Sierra Leone who f >>>


      PRINCE CHARLES DRUMS UP SUPPORT IN SIERRA LEONE
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     The Prince of Wales has joined in the rhythm of Africa with an impressive impromptu performance on the drums.

He had enjoyed a display of music and dance on a visit to Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.

The heir to the throne watched a brief display by the National Dance Group of Sierra Leone who f >>>


      RUSSIAN BILLIONAIRE HURT BADLY IN CRASH IN FRANCE
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Headlines Teenagers found guilty of killing City lawyer Blair hints of opposition to BA cross ban Businesswoman guilty of under–age sex with boys Prince‘s diary: ‘Public had right to know political views‘ It‘s official – women talk twice as much as men, says study Freddie and the grea >>>


      SNOW LEOPARD ‘WILL BE TRACKED BY SATELLITE‘
      The Daily Mail, 28-11-2006
     Snow leopards blend into their surroundings Headlines Christmas party fears as firms could be sued over drunken staff Grade quits BBC for 8m ITV deal British troops ‘showed off about abusing Iraqis‘ Spy poisoning: Eight people undergoing tests at specialist clinic Sniffer bees set to snare suicide bombers Lo >>>


      IRAQ‘S DEEPENING RELIGIOUS FISSURES
      The Christian Science Monitor, 28-11-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor BAGHDAD Ask residents of Baghdad‘s Sadr City slum about the probable aftermath of more than 200 killed last week – the largest toll from a single attack since Saddam Hussein‘s fall – and they speak in apocalyptic terms.

These Shiites fear th >>>


      A STOCK EXCHANGE FOR THE SMALL ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS ON THE RTS
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 12. A Stock Exchange for the Small Alternative Investments on the RTS By Anna Trifonova Vice president, RTS The most popular trading ground for Russian companies with small and medium capitalization is AIM on the London Stock Exchange. Since 2000, more than 10 companies h >>>


      AUDIT OFFICIAL SAYS SHELL WILL LIKELY CHANGE SAKHALIN PSA
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 5. Audit Official Says Shell Will Likely Change Sakhalin PSA By Miriam Elder Staff Writer A top Audit Chamber official said Monday that he expected Shell to offer changes to its production sharing agreement for Sakhalin–2 soon to make the project more profitable for >>>


      BALTIC GAS PRICES TO RISE MOST
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 5. Baltic Gas Prices to Rise Most By Anatoly Medetsky Staff Writer Gazprom is planning to raise prices for most European customers by an average of 14 percent next year, but the hike will be much steeper for the Baltic countries, national newspapers reported Monday.
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      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 6.

Business in Brief EU to Keep Tabs on Gas ORAN, Algeria –– The European Union will keep close tabs on a petroleum agreement between Russia and Algeria, the region‘s largest suppliers of natura >>>


      EBRD PLANS LOAN TO SUKHOI
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 6. EBRD Plans Loan to Sukhoi Combined Reports The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development plans to lend $131.3 million to help Russia make a new commercial jet that is aimed at restoring the country as a global aerospace player.

The EBRD board will consi >>>


      FRAUD VICTIMS PROTEST AGAINST CITY‘S INACTION
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 8. Fraud Victims Protest Against City‘s Inaction By Peter Leonard Staff Writer Peter Leonard / MT The hunger strikers in Ochakovo are threatening to carry on their protest until the authorities recognize their plight.

Hundreds of defrauded apartment investo >>>


      MEDIA ETHICS BEGIN WITH THE CUSTOMER
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 10. Media Ethics Begin With the Customer By Alexei Pankin Many journalists were shocked by Pavel Gusev‘s recent pronouncement at a public symposium. Gusev, the editor of Moskovsky Komsomolets, is reported to have said it was time for journalists to make a choice.
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      MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     By Nikolai Petrov Last week, President Vladimir Putin submitted to the State Duma a draft of an agreement that would delimit powers and responsibilities between the federal government and the government of Tatarstan. The move serves as a vivid reminder of the events of 1''4, when a similar agreement reached with >>>


      NOVOLIPETSK, DUFERCO FORM $1.6BLN VENTURE
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Bloomberg Valery Morev / Itar–Tass The companies will invest $4'2 million in high–quality steel products.

Novolipetsk Steel, the steelmaker owned by billionaire Vladimir Lisin, agreed to form a $1.6 billion joint venture with Switzerland‘s Duferco Group to make and distribute the alloy in >>>


      OECD CRITICIZES STATE ROLE IN MARKET
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 1. OECD Criticizes State Role in Market By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer The government needs to reform its often corrupt and weak bureaucracy and reverse the trend of increasing state expansion into the private sector, which is slowing down the economy, the Organization f >>>


      OPEN–END AND CLOSED–END FUNDS AS INVESTMENT VEHICLES
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 13. Open–End and Closed–End Funds as Investment Vehicles By Elena Soldatova and Michael Alexandrov Corporate financing is always a top question for business development, and there are many different ways to get money externally without using the internal finan >>>


      PIOTROVSKY WARNS AGAINST SKYSCRAPER
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page '. Piotrovsky Warns Against Skyscraper Reuters Yury Belinsky / Itar–Tass One of the candidate bids for the Gazprom City project criticized by Hermitage Museum director Mikhail Piotrovsky.

ST. PETERSBURG –– One of the country‘s most res >>>


      ST. PETE SAFER THAN MOSCOW, STUDY SAYS
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 7. St. Pete Safer Than Moscow, Study Says The Moscow Times While Moscow is the country‘s most attractive investment destination, St.

Petersburg is the least risky, according to an annual study of potential and risk by Expert magazine published Monday. Mosco >>>


      AUDIT OFFICIAL SAYS SHELL WILL LIKELY CHANGE SAKHALIN PSA
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 5. Audit Official Says Shell Will Likely Change Sakhalin PSA By Miriam Elder Staff Writer A top Audit Chamber official said Monday that he expected Shell to offer changes to its production sharing agreement for Sakhalin–2 soon to make the project more profitable for >>>


      BALTIC GAS PRICES TO RISE MOST
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 5. Baltic Gas Prices to Rise Most By Anatoly Medetsky Staff Writer Gazprom is planning to raise prices for most European customers by an average of 14 percent next year, but the hike will be much steeper for the Baltic countries, national newspapers reported Monday.
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      CAKE AND COUTURE AT WINTER BAZAAR
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 15. Cake and Couture at Winter Bazaar By Alastair Gee Staff Writer Courtesy Of Nika Schmalz The Italians plan to offer Gucci garments marked down 50 percent or more.

Dolce & Gabbana, too. From Spain, there‘ll be Lladro figurines cheaper than in the comp >>>


      FRAUD VICTIMS PROTEST AGAINST CITY‘S INACTION
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 8. Fraud Victims Protest Against City‘s Inaction By Peter Leonard Staff Writer Peter Leonard / MT The hunger strikers in Ochakovo are threatening to carry on their protest until the authorities recognize their plight.

Hundreds of defrauded apartment investo >>>


      GAS AND CIS FUTURE TOP MINSK AGENDA
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     A A A Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 3.

Gas and CIS Future Top Minsk Agenda By Maria Levitov Staff Writer President Vladimir Putin and heads of other member nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States will meet in Minsk on Tuesday to discuss energy, trade and ways of reviving what critic >>>


      MEDIA ETHICS BEGIN WITH THE CUSTOMER
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 10. Media Ethics Begin With the Customer By Alexei Pankin Many journalists were shocked by Pavel Gusev‘s recent pronouncement at a public symposium. Gusev, the editor of Moskovsky Komsomolets, is reported to have said it was time for journalists to make a choice.
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      MITTENS, LIQUOR FOR NATO SUMMIT
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 3. Mittens, Liquor for NATO Summit The Associated Press Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP NATO soldiers showing off new M4 technology with magnifying video cameras and thermal imaging Monday in Riga.

RIGA, Latvia –– Latvia assumes an unusually high profile on >>>


      OECD CRITICIZES STATE ROLE IN MARKET
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 1. OECD Criticizes State Role in Market By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer The government needs to reform its often corrupt and weak bureaucracy and reverse the trend of increasing state expansion into the private sector, which is slowing down the economy, the Organization f >>>


      RADIATION FOUND AT 2 MORE SITES IN LONDON
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     Tuesday, November 28, 2006. Issue 354'. Page 1. Radiation Found at 2 More Sites in London Combined Reports The British government appealed for calm on Monday as scientists discovered more traces of radiation and three people who fell sick were being tested for the deadly radioactive poison that killed former FSB off >>>


      RETRO METRO PULLS IN
      The Moscow Times, 28-11-2006
     By Nathan Toohey Staff Writer Nathan Toohey / MT Metro‘s lower floor, with its genuine escalator, left, and subway car.

If only the metro was always this pleasant. Entering the new beer restaurant Metro is like being transported to the twilight zone –– an alternate reality that resembles Mosco >>>


      GOVERNMENT SHOULD TAKE MORE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PRESSING ISSUES: NA CHAIRMAN
      Nhan Dan, 28-11-2006
     National Assembly (NA) Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong, on November 27, requested members of the government to take greater responsibility in co–ordinating with related bodies and localities to resolve pressing issues related to the interests of the country and voters.

Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong was speaking at >>>


      PM ASKS DIPLOMATS TO HELP DRAW INVESTMENT, PROMOTE TRADING
      Nhan Dan, 28-11-2006
     At a meeting with 82 heads of Vietnam‘s overseas representative offices, who are attending the 25th conference of the diplomatic sector, in Hanoi on November 27, PM Dung said diplomatic officials should try their best to well implement their tasks in all areas, particularly mobilising all resources to lure foreign >>>


      PM DUNG EMPHASISES ECONOMIC GROWTH QUALITY AT NA HEARING
      Nhan Dan, 28-11-2006
     The PM was addressing questions on the quality of the national economy amid a fast global integration trend, as raised by National Assembly deputies at a hearing on November 27.

He emphasised efforts to complete a legal system for a market economy with socialist orientation, which he said should be coupled with >>>


      STATE PRESIDENT PLEDGES TO BOOST BILATERAL TIES WITH SRI LANKA
      Nhan Dan, 28-11-2006
     Receiving Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickramanayaka in Hanoi on November 27, President Triet said he was pleased with the results of the talks between PM Wickramanayaka and his Vietnamese counterpart, Nguyen Tan Dung, and spoke highly of the close co–ordination and mutual support between Vietnam and Sri L >>>


      VIETNAM–CHINA PROMOTE DEFENCE TIES
      Nhan Dan, 28-11-2006
     Defence Minister Senior Lieutenant General Phung Quang Thanh, on November 27, warmly received the visiting delegation of the Chinese People‘s Liberation Army (PLA).

The delegation, headed by Lieutenant General Zhang Qinsheng, assistant chief of general staff of the PLA, attended the Conference on Security >>>


      A NEW DIMENSION IN
      Pakistan Observer, 28-11-2006
     Inter provincial disharmony should end now

The world must listen to King Abdullah

Articles President Hu comes a visiting

Neo–liberalism & the UN’s fate The sine qua non

UNO should stay on course

Growing predicaments of Indian Muslims

Active Visitors: 44 >>>


      &#132;EHREN–BAMBI&#147; FÜR KÖNIGIN SILVIAS KINDERHILFSWERK
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     28. November 2006 Aktuell Gesellschaft Menschen Gesellschaft Aktuell Menschen Katastrophen Umwelt Kriminalität Mode Gesundheit FAZ.NET fragt Ist das Todesurteil gegen Saddam richtig?

Ja, Saddam hat den Tod verdient Nein, ein Todesurteil ist als solches immer falsch Nein, lebenslange Haft hätte ausgere >>>


      AIDS–EPIDEMIE GEF'6;HRDET LANGFRISTIGE ZIELE DER UN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     "Aids kills" – Aids tötet: Täglich sterben 11.000 Menschen 28. November 2006 Die globale Aids–Epidemie gefährdet einer Analyse zufolge die selbstgesteckten Millenniumsziele der Vereinten Nationen. Die Untersuchung stützt sich auf Daten aus 80 Entwicklungsländern. Sie warnt, >>>


      AMTLICH: W'6;RMSTER HERBST SEIT MENSCHENGEDENKEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Katastrophen Umwelt Kriminalität Mode Gesundheit Wetter Berlin 11° Hamburg 13° Frankfurt '° München 4° FAZ.NET–Angebote FAZ.NET–Services Wetter Amtlich: Wärmster Herbst seit Menschengedenken Der wärmste Herbst seit Beginn der Aufzeichnungen 28. November 2006 Jetzt >>>


      BABY IN TIEFKÜHLTRUHE WAR KEINE TOTGEBURT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Tatort Gräfenhainichen: Keine Totgeburt 28. November 2006 Drei Tage nach dem Fund einer Babyleiche in einer Tiefkühltruhe in Gräfenhainichen (Sachsen–Anhalt) ist gegen die Mutter Haftbefehl wegen Verdachts auf Totschlag erlassen worden. Die Obduktion der Babyleiche hatte ergeben, daß der Junge >>>


      BENEDIKT UNTERSTÜTZT ANKARAS STREBEN NACH EUROPA
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Benedikt trifft Erdogan: ‾Fruchtbar für den Weltfrieden※ 28. November 2006 Papst Benedikt XVI. hat am Dienstag in der türkischen Hauptstadt Ankara den Dialog der verschiedenen Religionen und Kulturen beschworen, zugleich jedoch unterschiedliche Auffassungen zwischen Christen und Muslime >>>


      BENEDIKT XVI.: &#132;REISE DES DIALOGS&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     28. November 2006 Aktuell Gesellschaft Nachrichten Gesellschaft Aktuell Menschen Katastrophen Umwelt Kriminalität Mode Gesundheit FAZ.NET fragt Ist das Todesurteil gegen Saddam richtig?

Ja, Saddam hat den Tod verdient Nein, ein Todesurteil ist als solches immer falsch Nein, lebenslange Haft hätte ausg >>>


      CAP ANAMUR: BEIHILFE ZUR ILLEGALEN EINWANDERUNG?
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Retter oder Schlepper? Elias Bierdel steht in Italien vor Gericht 27. November 2006 Mehr als zwei Jahre nach einer umstrittenen Rettungsaktion im Mittelmeer hat am Montag in Agrigent auf Sizilien der Prozeß gegen den ehemaligen Vorsitzenden der Hilfsorganisation Cap Anamur, Elias Bierdel, begonnen. Die Staatsanwalt >>>


      DEUTSCHE LASSEN SICH LICHTERGLANZ EINIGES KOSTEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Lichterglanz: herrlich. Kosten: immens 28. November 2006 Teurer Weihnachtsglanz: Damit Vorgärten, Häuser und Wohnungen in festlichem Glanz erstrahlen, werden auch in diesem Jahr wieder unzählige Lichterketten und leuchtende Weihnachtsfiguren zum Einsatz kommen. Das Heidelberger Institut für Energiedi >>>


      DIE GUTE SCHWEDENZEIT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Von Frank Pergande Trägt sich ins Goldene Buch der Stadt Greifswald ein: Königin Silvia 18. Oktober 2006 Von Greifswald sagt man, es sei eine Universität mit Stadt.

Und wenn die deutsche Gesellschaft gegenwärtig über die Rolle der Bildung diskutiert, kann sie in Greifswald sehen, was Bi >>>


      LASTER–UNFALL IN FLUGHAFENN'6;HE: A 3 GESPERRT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     28. November 2006 Ein schwerer Unfall mit drei Lastwagen auf der Autobahn 3 hat in Höhe des Frankfurter Flughafens am Dienstag nachmittag zu schweren Behinderungen geführt. Die Autobahn in Richtung Köln mußte zunächst voll gesperrt werden, nachdem ein Lastwagen im Baustellenbereich auf einen abb >>>


      SCH'6;FER GESTEHT FÜNF MORDE AN J'6;GERN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Angehörige der Opfer gedenken den Toten 28. November 2006 Das Rätsel um die mysteriösen Morde an fünf Jägern in Griechenland ist gelöst: Ein Schafhirte hat gestanden, die fünf Männer umgebracht zu haben, wie die Polizei mitteilte. Am Wochenende sind in einem ländlichen Gebiet >>>


      SCHÜSSE AUF SCHWARZEN: PROTESTE GEGEN NEW YORKER POLIZEI
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Bürgermeister Bloomberg nennt den Kugelhagel ‾inakzeptabel※ 28. November 2006 Ein Kugelhagel von rund 50 Polizeischüssen auf einen unbewaffneten Schwarzen, der wenige Stunden später vor den Traualtar treten wollte, hat in New York Aufregung und Protest hervorgerufen. Viele Einwohne >>>


      &#132;ISLAM EINE RELIGION DES FRIEDENS&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Benedikt trifft Erdogan: ‾Fruchtbar für den Weltfrieden※ 28. November 2006 Papst Benedikt XVI. sieht den Islam nach den Worten des türkischen Ministerpräsidenten Recep Tayyip Erdogan als Religion des Friedens.

Nach einem etwa zwanzig Minuten dauernden Gespräch gleich >>>


      &#132;LASSEN SIE UNS RINGEN UM DEN BESTEN WEG&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Von Johannes Leithäuser, Dresden Stoiber gratuliert Merkel: "...denn Du bist ja unsere Kanzlerin※ 28. November 2006 Die CDU–Vorsitzende Angela Merkel hat zum Abschluß des CDU–Bundesparteitages ihre Partei dazu aufgerufen, die Grundwerte nicht gegeneinander auszuspielen, die das Fun >>>


      &#132;WIR HABEN NOCH KEINEN UMFASSENDEN PLAN&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Von Matthias Rüb, Washington 28. November 2006 In Washington redet alle Welt von Richtungsänderung im Irak und von der Regionalisierung des Konflikts im Zweistromland. Doch wie das gehen soll, weiß vorerst niemand. Noch herrscht sogar Uneinigkeit über die richtige Bezeichnung der fortdauernden Gewalt >>>


      ABBAS‘ LETZTE CHANCE
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Von Jörg Bremer, Jerusalem Für Mahmud Abbas geht es um alles 28. November 2006 Der neue Waffenstillstand zwischen Israelis und Palästinensern weckt auf beiden Seiten gemischte Gefühle. In die Freude über das Ende des Beschusses mit Kassem–Raketen bei den Israelis und über das Ende der >>>


      AUF FERNEN SCHLACHTFELDERN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Von Horst Bacia, Riga Vor zehn Jahren undenkbar: Lettische Soldaten sichern den Nato–Gipfel 28. November 2006 Der Einsatz in Afghanistan ist längst der bei weitem wichtigste der nordatlantischen Allianz. Nato–Generalsekretär De Hoop Scheffer hebt das immer wieder hervor. Nach der Ausweitung des Ver >>>


      BEMBAS SOLDATEN VERLASSEN KINSHASA
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Kämpfer Bembas sollen für die jüngsten Schießereien verantwortlich sein 23. November 2006 Nach den Schießereien rund um das Oberste Gericht in Kinshasa am vergangenen Dienstag haben Teile des Sicherheitsdienstes des unterlegenen Präsidentschaftskandidaten Jean–Pierre Bemba die Stadt v >>>


      BENEDIKT UNTERSTÜTZT ANKARAS STREBEN NACH EUROPA
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Benedikt trifft Erdogan: ‾Fruchtbar für den Weltfrieden※ 28. November 2006 Papst Benedikt XVI. hat am Dienstag in der türkischen Hauptstadt Ankara den Dialog der verschiedenen Religionen und Kulturen beschworen, zugleich jedoch unterschiedliche Auffassungen zwischen Christen und Muslime >>>


      BENEDIKT XVI.: &#132;REISE DES DIALOGS&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     28. November 2006 Aktuell Politik Kirche & Religion Politik Aktuell Länder Bund Europäische Union Ausland Vereinte Nationen Die Gegenwart Politische Bücher Politische Bücher Rainer, János M.: Imre Nagy – Vom Parteisoldaten zum Märtyrer des ungarischen Volksaufstands Mumme, Martin: >>>


      BERLUSCONI WEGEN BETRUGSVORWÜRFEN VOR GERICHT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Wieder vor Gericht: Silvio Berlusconi 07. Juli 2006 Italiens Ex–Ministerpräsident Silvio Berlusconi muß sich wegen mutmaßlichen Betrugs beim italienischen Fernsehsender Mediaset vor Gericht verantworten. Ein Richter ordnete am Freitag ein Verfahren wegen des Verdachts auf Geldwäsche, Steuerhint >>>


      BERLUSCONIS BLANKOSCHECKS?
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Von Tobias Piller, Rom Schrecksekunde? Berlusconi wird mit Betrugsvorwürfen konfrontiert 28. November 2006 Die römische Staatsanwaltschaft will in dieser Woche wegen des Verdachts auf Wahlbetrug bei den italienischen Parlamentswahlen vom '. und 10. April ermitteln. Dabei geht es allerdings nicht um die nac >>>


      DE HOOP SCHEFFER FORDERT GRÖßERES ENGAGEMENT DER EU IN AFGHANISTAN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     De Hoop Scheffer: Afghanistans Stabilisierung ist eine ‾mission possible※ 28. November 2006 Nato–Generalsekretär Jaap de Hoop Scheffer hat die Europäische Union (EU) und weitere internationale Organisationen zu einem verstärkten Engagement in Afghanistan aufgerufen. Die Verei >>>


      DER ANTRAG AUS STUTTGART
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     27. November 2006 "Für einen flexiblen und sozial gerechten Arbeitsmarkt" – so ist der Initiativantrag der baden–württembergischen CDU überschrieben. Kernstück des Antrags ist die "beschäftigungsfreundliche" Neugestaltung des Kündigungsschutzes. Das Arbeitsre >>>


      DOCH EINE KANZLERPARTEI
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Von Johannes Leithäuser 28. November 2006 Trotz des Triumphs der Vorsitzenden ist der Programmstreit in der CDU noch nicht ausgestanden.

Die CDU ist doch eine Kanzlerpartei. Der Dresdener CDU–Parteitag hat die Bundeskanzlerin in ihrer schwierigen Koalitionsrolle anerkannt und zugleich die Riege ihrer >>>


      EUROPAS STIMME MUß IN DER ALLIANZ GEHÖR FINDEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Von Jacques Chirac, Präsident der Französischen Republik Chirac: Verstärkung der Beziehungen zwischen der Nato und EU notwendig 28. November 2006 Der Frieden ist nie endgültig erreicht, und die höchste Verantwortung jeder Regierung ist die Sicherheit. Deshalb will Frankreich zu einer politischen >>>


      IRAN VERSPRICHT BAGDAD HILFE
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Chamenei: Amerikaner müssen aus dem Irak abziehen 28. November 2006 Der iranische Revolutionsführer Chamenei hat dem irakischen Staatspräsidenten Talabani Hilfen zur Wiederherstellung von Sicherheit und Stabilität zugesagt, sollte die irakische Regierung Iran darum bitten.

Iran werde seinen >>>


      KABILA IN KONGO ENDGÜLTIG ZUM SIEGER ERKL'6;RT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Kabilas Fans feiern in Kinshasa 28. November 2006 Anhänger von Kongos Präsident Joseph Kabila haben in der Nacht zum Dienstag ein Urteil des Obersten Gerichtshofs gefeiert, das Kabila im Amt bestätigt. In der Hauptstadt Kinshasa tanzten und sangen Tausende Menschen bis in die frühen Morgenstunden, be >>>


      KRITIK AN JUNG WEGEN BEREITSCHAFT ZU DARFUR–EINSATZ
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Die FDP wirft Jung ‾Militärangebotspolitik※ vor 28. November 2006 Verteidigungsminister Jung (CDU) hat mit seiner Aussage, Deutschland werde sich einer Anfrage für militärische Unterstützung in der sudanischen Region Darfur nicht verweigern, Kritik der Oppositionsfraktionen FD >>>


      NAGYS SP'6;TER SIEG
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Neuerscheinungen zum ungarischen Volksaufstand von 1'56 und seinen Folgen 25. November 2006 Wie wird einer zum Nationalhelden? Es scheint zwei Wege zu geben. Vor allem den glücklichen, der denen vorbehalten ist, die Staaten gründen oder ihre Nation vereinigen. Zu ihnen zählen der Deutsche Bismarck, de >>>


      NOCH EIN BEGRIFF . . .
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Auswärtige Bewußtseinspolitik versus Auswärtige Kulturpolitik 25. November 2006 Martin Mumme hat als Dozent an den Goethe–Instituten in Alexandria, Rom und Berlin gewirkt. Da die Auswärtige Kulturpolitik in der Bundesrepublik nach wie vor die Rolle eines Aschenputtels spiele und schon aufgrund >>>


      OLMERT STELLT PAL'6;STINENSERN EIGENEN STAAT IN AUSSICHT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Olmert: ‾Weitere Tragödien※ verhindern 27. November 2006 Der israelische Ministerpräsident Ehud Olmert hat den Palästinensern bei einem Gewaltverzicht weitreichende Zugeständnisse in Aussicht gestellt. Am Ende echter Friedensgespräche könne ein unabhängiger pal& >>>


      PASTORAL–POLITISCH
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     28. November 2006 wgl. Papst Benedikt XVI. sieht in seiner Visite in der Türkei einen Pastoralbesuch, doch am ersten Tag war sie vornehmlich politisch geprägt. Ministerpräsident Erdogan, der zuvor hatte wissen lassen, weder er noch Außenminister Gül würden den Papst empfangen, war nun vor s >>>


      PROTESTANTEN KRITISIEREN DEN ISLAM
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28-11-2006
     Huber: Gewaltfreien Charakter von geistigen Auseinandersetzungen "unaufgebbar"
28. November 2006 Die Evangelische Kirche in Deutschland (EKD) hat in einem am Dienstag in Berlin veröffentlichten Text mit dem Titel Klarheit und gute Nachbarschaft‶ die fundamentalen Unterschiede von Islam und >>>



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