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      INDIAN COURT CONVICTS POLITICIAN‘S SON
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 8:46 AM By MUNEEZA NAQVI Associated Press Writer NEW DELHI (AP) – The son of a wealthy Indian politician has been convicted of murder in the shooting death of a waitress who refused to serve him a drink, a case that tested the Indian judiciary‘s willingness to take on the powerf >>>


      IRAN: SANCTIONS WON‘T STOP NUCLEAR PLANS
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 1:31 PM AP Photo XHS112 By ALI AKBAR DAREINI Associated Press Writer KERMANSHAH, Iran (AP) – President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday that U.N. sanctions would not stop Iran from pursuing its uranium enrichment program.

The United States and its European allies are seeking >>>


      ISRAELIS KILL WANTED PALESTINIAN GUNMEN
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 8:46 AM 1107 NABLUS, West Bank (AP) – A wanted Palestinian militant was killed and two others were arrested Tuesday by Israeli forces in the West Bank city of Nablus, Palestinian officials and the army said.

The army said its troops identified a vehicle carrying three wanted >>>


      JORDAN‘S KING HOSTS ISRAELI PM FOR TALKS
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 2:16 PM AP Photo JRL15' By JAMAL HALABY Associated Press Writer AMMAN, Jordan (AP) – Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert made a surprise visit to Jordan Tuesday for talks with King Abdullah II on ways to revive Mideast peacemaking.

Olmert‘s visit came in response to >>>


      LAURA BUSH HAD SKIN CANCER TUMOR REMOVED
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 6:31 AM AP Photo WHCD106 By TERENCE HUNT Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – First lady Laura Bush had a skin cancer tumor removed from her right shin in early November. The procedure was not disclosed until Monday night. The cancer was identified as a squamous cell carcinoma, a >>>


      LIBYA SENTENCES BULGARIA NURSES TO DEATH
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 1:01 PM AP Photo ABC103 By KHALED EL–DEEB and WILLA THAYER Associated Press Writers TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) – Six foreign health workers jailed in Libya for years on charges of deliberately infecting children with the AIDS virus were convicted and sentenced to death in a case that h >>>


      MARINE TO STAY IN MANILA JAIL FOR NOW
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 1:46 PM MANILA, Philippines (AP) – A U.S. Marine convicted of raping a Filipino woman will remain in a Manila jail over the Christmas holidays after his petition to be transferred immediately to the custody of the U.S. Embassy was rejected Tuesday.

Lance Cpl. Daniel Smith sou >>>


      MOUNT HOOD SEARCH COST HARD TO DETERMINE
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 12:01 PM HOOD RIVER, Ore. (AP) – As rescue efforts continue on Mount Hood, so do the costs.

The Hood River County Sheriff‘s Office, one of the main agencies spearheading the search for the three climbers, estimates it spent roughly $5,000 a day for the first three days >>>


      ORE. ARCHDIOCESE OFFERS BANKRUPTCY PLAN
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 12:01 PM By WILLIAM McCALL Associated Press Writer PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Portland has filed a bankruptcy reorganization plan that would pay about $75 million to settle nearly 170 claims of priest sex abuse.

Insurance companies have agreed to >>>


      POLICEMAN KILLED AS GAZA VIOLENCE RESUMES
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 ':31 AM AP Photo JRL134 By IBRAHIM BARZAK Associated Press Writer GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) – Fierce gunbattles erupted in the streets of Gaza City early Tuesday between forces of the rival Hamas and Fatah movements, killing one Hamas militant and leaving a shaky truce in tatters >>>


      RANGEL: I SUPPORT GIULIANI–KERIK TICKET
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 6:16 AM NEW YORK (AP) – Never say New Yorkers don‘t have sense of humor – especially when they can stick it to the other side.

A powerful New York Democrat, a mischievous gleam in his eye, is offering an early endorsement in the 2008 presidential race, where the f >>>


      ROBBERS IN UNIFORMS HOLD UP BAGHDAD BANK
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 1:31 PM BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) – Gunmen in military uniforms raided a Baghdad bank Tuesday, stealing the equivalent of $70',000, police said. The attackers drove up to the Zuwiyah Bank in the Karradah neighborhood in four vehicles, jumped out and fired their weapons into the air, poli >>>


      RUSSIA: DIFFERENCES REMAIN ON IRAN NUKES
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 6:01 AM By EDITH M. LEDERER Associated Press Writer UNITED NATIONS (AP) – Russia failed to resolve differences with the United States and key European countries Monday over a U.N. resolution that would impose sanctions on Iran for refusing to suspend uranium enrichment.

Russi >>>


      SADDAM TRIAL PROSECUTION SHOWS GAS VIDEO
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 5:46 PM AP Photo LON105 By BUSHRA JUHI and JAMAL HALABY Associated Press Writers BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) – Prosecutors in Saddam Hussein‘s genocide trial showed chilling videos of gassed children lying in a field and villagers fleeing clouds of white smoke, arguing Tuesday that the f >>>


      SEARCH AREA NARROWS FOR CLIMBERS
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 2:46 PM AP Photo ORRB117 By JOSEPH B. FRAZIER Associated Press Writer HOOD RIVER, Ore. (AP) – The search for two climbers missing on Mount Hood narrowed Tuesday to a largely aerial quest over a small, treacherous section of the mountain, which has had up to 10 feet of snow since the m >>>


      SEARCH AREA NARROWS FOR MISSING CLIMBERS
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 12:16 PM AP Photo ORRB117 By JOSEPH B. FRAZIER Associated Press Writer HOOD RIVER, Ore. (AP) – The search for two climbers still missing on Mount Hood narrowed Tuesday to a small rugged section of ridge and glacier on the dangerous north side, but searchers say it has had up to 10 fee >>>


      SENATOR SEEKS DETAINEE ABUSE CASE UPDATE
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 6:01 AM By LARA JAKES JORDAN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – A key Democratic senator asked the Justice Department on Monday for an update on its progress prosecuting government employees who were accused in at least 17 cases of abusing detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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      THREE KILLED AS GAZA VIOLENCE RESUMES
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 1:01 PM AP Photo JRL134 By IBRAHIM BARZAK Associated Press Writer GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) – Fierce gunbattles erupted in the streets of Gaza City between forces of the rival Hamas and Fatah movements early Tuesday, killing at least three people and wounding five schoolchildren caug >>>


      TRUMP TO ANNOUNCE FATE OF MISS USA
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 2:16 PM NEW YORK (AP) – Will Miss USA suffer the same fate as many an apprentice

– You‘re fired!‘‘ from Donald Trump? The Miss Universe Organization, owned by Trump and NBC, scheduled a news conference Tuesday to discuss Miss USA Tara Conner, >>>


      U.S. MINT TO UNVEIL COINS OF FIRST LADIES
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 8:46 AM AP Photo WX102 By MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – For the first time in history, the U.S. Mint will dedicate a series of coins to the accomplishments of women – the nation‘s first ladies.

Starting with Martha Washington, all of them >>>


      U.S., NORTH KOREA FINANCIAL EXPERTS MEET
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 12:01 PM AP Photo TOK204 By MARI YAMAGUCHI Associated Press Writer BEIJING (AP) – U.S. and North Korean financial experts met Tuesday over Washington‘s campaign to isolate the communist country from the international banking system, the key stumbling block in negotiations over P >>>


      U.S.: NO PROGRESS AT KOREA NUCLEAR TALKS
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 6:16 AM AP Photo BEJ101 By BURT HERMAN Associated Press Writer BEIJING (AP) – The chief U.S. negotiator said Tuesday there had been no progress yet at renewed six–nation talks aimed at persuading North Korea to abandon its nuclear arms program in exchange for economic aid and se >>>


      WHITE HOUSE DEFENDS SKIN CANCER DECISION
      Guardian, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday December 1', 2006 5:46 PM AP Photo WHCD106 By TERENCE HUNT AP White House Correspondent WASHINGTON (AP) – The White House on Tuesday defended Laura Bush‘s decision not to disclose she had a skin cancer tumor removed from her right shin in early November.

Unlike her husband, the first lad >>>


      WHY REWARD PARENTS FOR LIVING APART?
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Enjoy our blogs Benedict Brogan‘s blog Baz Bamigboye‘s blog Fashion blog Ashes blog Peter Hitchens Money blog Frank Barrett‘s travel blog Don‘t miss today News: Illegal migrants working at the Home Office Comment: A shabby handout for the Royal Mail Water firm decides against drought order Have y >>>


      12–YEAR–OLD GIRL DIES AFTER BEING KNOCKED DOWN BY BUS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Southwark claims he has amnesia after bizarre episode Re >>>


      A NASTY CASE OF BIRD FLEW: TWO MILLION STARLINGS FILL THE AIR
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     They put the Red Arrows in the shade. Every afternoon, clouds of starlings swoop and swirl, darken the sky and blank out the setting sun.

These amazing photographs were taken over the Somerset levels, near Ashcott, yesterday and show more than two million starlings looping and circling like stunt pilots as they >>>


      ARTISTS COMMEMORATE 7/7 IN TATE MODERN EXHIBITION
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     A piece entitled Bomb by artists Gilbert and George Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Sout >>>


      BANKS‘ &#163;200M CHRISTMAS CASH–IN
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
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      BBC MOVE NORTH IS A STEP CLOSER
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Director General Mark Thompson is backing plans to relocate staff north Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great >>>


      BISHOP OF SOUTHWARK CLAIMS HE HAS AMNESIA AFTER BIZARRE EPISODE
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     The Bishop told his congregation he had been mugged Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Sout >>>


      BOLDLY GOING FOURTH ON RECORD SPACEWALK...
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     An astronaut from Shuttle Discovery has become the first to complete four spacewalks on one mission.

See the video here: Windows media Real Player American Robert Curbeam left Discovery yesterday to repair a jammed solar wing used to generate power for the International Space Station.

He was joined by >>>


      CAMERON CALLS FOR SNAP ELECTION
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Southwark claims he has amnesia after bizarre episode Re >>>


      CHATHAM HOUSE SAYS IRAQ FOREIGN POLICY IS A ‘DEBACLE‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Failure to anticipate the Taliban resurgence was also condemned Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with >>>


      COUNCIL SPENDS &#163;17,000 TO KEEP BIRD MESS OFF THEIR CARS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
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      DEPRESSION: THE GREAT HAPPY PILL BETRAYAL
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Talking therapy, rather than pills, is the key to solving depression The Christmas holiday period is the toughest time of year for many. More people commit suicide during the festive season, and the Samaritans helpline expects to receive a call every six seconds as people confront their loneliness or mounting debts.
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      EVEN WITH &#163;1.3 TRILLION DEBT, WE‘VE NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials ING Direct 10% off at Kaleidoscope Children‘s books School leavers Laura Ashley Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

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      EVERTON FORMALLY COMPLAIN TO FA OVER JOSE‘S JOHNSON DIVE CLAIMS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Claims: Jose Mourinho Sport headlines Say sorry Jose – or we‘ll take you to court Beaten Boro pay the penalty Ashton set to be named new England coach Mail online‘s FREE fantasy league Need tips for your team? Find out the Fantasy Football movers and shakers Listen exclusively to Sportsmail‘s for >>>


      FALLEN SOCCER STAR GARY CHARLES IS JAILED
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Gary Charles Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 trillion debt, we‘ve never had it so good >>>


      FINAL SALARY PENSION SCHEMES WILL BE GONE IN FIVE YEARS, WARN EXPERTS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     A shift to defined contributions pensions could leave pensioners without an income Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the su >>>


      FIVE HOUR TRAFFIC JAMS BY FRIDAY AS THE RAIL NETWORK SHUTS DOWN FOR CHRISTMAS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     ‘Are we there yet?‘ Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 trillion debt, we‘ve n >>>


      GIRL, 15, GIVES BIRTH AT CATHOLIC SCHOOL
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     St Joseph‘s Catholic School, where a 15–year old girl who did not know she was pregnant gave birth Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school Brit >>>


      GP‘S BLUNDER FORCED ME TO HAVE A LEG AMPUTATED
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Back in business: Robin Armitage now has a prosthetic leg and has had to learn to walk again This time two years ago, I had the world at my feet. It might sound like an unforgivable pun, but I had reached a point in my life where I was experiencing a great deal of contentment.

My wife Barbara and I both had suc >>>


      HOW SURE START PROJECT IS ‘FAILING POOR CHILDREN‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Beverley Hughes: A watchdog found growing financial chaos in the network of 1,000 Sure Start centres Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clea >>>


      I STILL LOVE HIM SAYS MILLIONAIRE IN DEATH PLOT TRIAL
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Southwark claims he has amnesia after bizarre episode Re >>>


      IF MUM‘S SPROUTS ARE THIS BIG, WHAT WILL OUR TURKEY LOOK LIKE?
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     They may not be every child‘s favourite vegetable but brussels sprouts are, usually, small enough to gulp down with a quick shudder.

Not this one, however. Weighing nearly one and a half pounds, this supersize veg is 50 times heavier than the average sprout.

It was discovered by market gardener C >>>


      ITALIAN FASHION DESIGNERS BAN SIZE ZERO MODELS FROM THE CATWALKS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Size zero: a skinny model poses on a catwalk Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 trillion debt, >>>


      ITALY‘S SHADIEST VILLAGE SEES THE LIGHT BY USING GIANT MIRRORS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Bringing a bit of sparkle to Viganella Pierfranco Midali, the mayor of Viganella Your top stories...

1. Women trusted me so much, Strangler suspect told newspaper 2. Telephone lie detector claims to catch fibbers 3. Being a celebrity is the best thing in the world say children 4. Man, 37, arrested over Strangle >>>


      JAILED, GANG WHO OFFERED CLUB CLASS PEOPLE–SMUGGLING
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Sophisticated operation: Mensur Hassan masterminded the plot seeing illegal immigrants flown in on a luxury six–seater plane Pilot: Anderson got seven years Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Ira >>>


      JUDGE ATTACKS LAW THAT ‘MAKES MURDER MORE LIKELY‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
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      JUNGLE SECRETS: 52 NEW SPECIES FOUND IN BORNEO‘S ‘LOST WORLD‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     The rhacophorus gadingensis tree frog and gastromyzon sucker fish Your top stories...

1. Women trusted me so much, Strangler suspect told newspaper 2. Telephone lie detector claims to catch fibbers 3. Being a celebrity is the best thing in the world say children 4. Man, 37, arrested over Strangler murders 5. Li >>>


      LAWYER ACCUSED OF &#163;11M SWINDLE IN HIGH COURT CLASH WITH PRINCE
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     because they reveal that he was selling, or trying to sell, assets that the Sultan of Brunei was attempting to recover an apparent breach of existing court orders.

The Sultan claims that Jefri himself looted $1' billion ('.8billion) from Brunei and reneged on an agreement to refund $7billion (3.6billi >>>


      LITTLEJOHN: SPARE US THE ‘PEOPLE‘S PROSTITUTE‘ ROUTINE...
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Let‘s get the caveat out of the way from the off. The five women murdered in Ipswich were tragic, lost souls who met a grisly end. I sincerely hope whoever killed them is caught, charged and convicted.

No one with a shred of humanity would wish upon them their ghastly lives and horrible deaths. But Mother >>>


      MINISTERS HIT BACK AT THINK TANK VERDICT ON IRAQ WAR
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Southwark claims he has amnesia after bizarre episode Re >>>


      MY FIRST CHRISTMAS: GIRL GIVEN HER FATHER‘S KIDNEY IS HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Four–year old Kenzi Quinn Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 trillion debt, we‘ve n >>>


      PARENTS ARE PUTTING PRESTON ON THE MAP
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Preston and Chantelle. Click to enlarge the table of names Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 t >>>


      PM WINS MIDDLE EAST BREAKTHROUGH OVER PRISONERS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Peace push: Tony Blair in Jerusalem Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Southwark claims he >>>


      RECORD 3.4M HIT BY PARKING FINES
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 trillion debt, we‘ve never had it so good Suicide scho >>>


      SILENT NIGHT IS GETTING LOUDER AS CAROL SERVICES THRIVE
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 trillion debt, we‘ve never had it so good Suicide scho >>>


      SUFFOLK STRANGLER OR JUST A FANTASIST?
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 trillion debt, we‘ve never had it so good Suicide scho >>>


      SUFFOLK STRANGLER OR JUST A FANTASIST?
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Southwark claims he has amnesia after bizarre episode Re >>>


      SUFFOLK STRANGLER: NEW ARREST
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Tom Stephens as he appears on www.myspace.com. Click enlarge for a map of the murder sites Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer >>>


      SUICIDE SCHOOL GIRL GIVES GIFT OF LIFE TO 3 OTHERS WITH DONATED ORGANS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 trillion debt, we‘ve never had it so good Suicide scho >>>


      TEENAGER JAILED FOR KILLING TO IMPRESS HIS FRIENDS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Care worker Charles Anokye was knifed at a Brixton nightclub Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bisho >>>


      THE DAY I SPOKE TO A MURDER SUSPECT
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Southwark claims he has amnesia after bizarre episode Re >>>


      THE FUTURE IS CLEAR IN WAR OF THE SUPER DVDS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Your top stories...
1. Women trusted me so much, Strangler suspect told newspaper 2. Telephone lie detector claims to catch fibbers 3. Being a celebrity is the best thing in the world say children 4. Man, 37, arrested over Strangler murders 5. Little Britain‘s Lucas gets hitched ahead of fancy dress reception >>>


      THE QUIET VILLAGE CAUGHT IN A NIGHTMARE
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     The media camp out at the entrance to Jubilee Close. Click enlarge for map of the murder sites Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save su >>>


      THREE ARE FOUND GUILTY OF KILLING PC BESHENIVSKY
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     PC Sharon Beshenivsky Top: Jama, the Somali immigrant who fired the fatal shot. Bottom: Shah who, along with Jama, faces life in prison Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a &lsqu >>>


      TRASHED, THE &#163;' M&S BAGS THAT LOOK TOO MUCH LIKE A &#163;4'5 JIMMY CHOO
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials ING Direct 10% off at Kaleidoscope Children‘s books School leavers Laura Ashley Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

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      UNDERWEAR THIEVES EARN PLACE ON SEX DANGER LIST
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Stealing knickers off the line may lead to more serious sex offences, the Government believes Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in wa >>>


      WHY A BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS AWAITS GIRL JAMES BLUNT WOKE FROM COMA
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     James Blunt Claudia, awake after hearing the classic You‘re Beautiful Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVD >>>


      YARD PROMOTES OFFICER LEADING HONOURS PROBE
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Rising star: the promotion of John Yates is a further indication of tensions between Scotland Yard and Downing St Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The f >>>


      ‘IRAQ FAILURE HAS PUT BRITAIN IN GREATER DANGER‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Tony Blair‘s relationship with the United States was also criticised by Dame Pauline Neville–Jones Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The futu >>>


      ABBAS INSISTS HE WILL HOLD ELECTIONS AS TRUCE THREATENED
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     President Abbas (above) insists there will be early elections, despite disturbances in Ramallah and Gaza.

Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The >>>


      BLAIR ARRIVES IN UAE ON MISSION TO COUNTER EXTREMISM
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives in UAE Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Chancellor ‘has wasted 20 million on reviews‘ Three new MRSA cases at hospital Girl, 15, gives birth at Catholic school British pair save surfer attacked by great white Bishop of Southwark claim >>>


      CASTRO ALIVE AND WILL BE BACK, CUBA TELLS US POLITICIANS
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 trillion debt, we‘ve never had it so good Suicide scho >>>


      INDIAN SILVER MEDALIST FEMALE RUNNER FAILS GENDER TEST
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Santhi Soudarajan, 25, was made to take the gender test in Doha, Qatar after her victory Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of >>>


      RED CRESCENT SUSPENDS OPERATIONS IN BAGHDAD AFTER ABDUCTION
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     The Iraqi Red Crescent, which works alongside its sister organisation the Red Cross, has been forced to suspend operations in Baghdad after a number of kidnappings Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Ir >>>


      UK SHOWS LEAST SUPPORT FOR EU IN POLL OF MEMBER STATES
      The Daily Mail, 19-12-2006
     Are EU states seeing eye to eye? Not according to Britons Headlines Traffic jams predicted as rail network shuts down for Christmas Judge attacks law that ‘makes murder more likely‘ Chatham House says Iraq foreign policy is a ‘debacle‘ The future is clear in war of the super DVDs Even with 1.3 tr >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 6.

Business in Brief EU Official in Meat Talks BRUSSELS –– The EU‘s food safety chief was to visit Moscow on Tuesday in an effort to prevent Russian authorities from imposing a ban on all EU bee >>>


      CARREFOUR TALK LIFTS X5 SHARES
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 6. Carrefour Talk Lifts X5 Shares Bloomberg Supermarket chain X5‘s share prices rose in London after Interfax said the company was in talks with France‘s Carrefour about a possible takeover.

X5 shares added 55 cents Monday, or 2.2 percent, to $25.80. >>>


      CITY MORTGAGE BANK EYES REGIONAL BOOM
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page '. City Mortgage Bank Eyes Regional Boom By Yekaterina Dranitsyna Staff Writer ST. PETERSBURG –– Mortgage volume at St. Petersburg‘s City Mortgage Bank increased to $300 million this year, managers said Wednesday at a news conference to announce thei >>>


      DESIGN FOR SLAVA SITE UNVEILED
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page '. Design for Slava Site Unveiled The Moscow Times New York–based Swanke Hayden Connell Architects will design a 465,000–square–meter complex on Leningradsky Prospekt, the company said in a statement Thursday.

Construction on the site, calle >>>


      ELITE AGENTS SCAN THE MARKET FOR TRENDS
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 8. Elite Agents Scan the Market for Trends By William Bland Special to The Moscow Times Vladimir Filonov / MT The Krasny Oktyabr factory, which lies opposite the Kremlin, is set to be transformed into a loft–style development.

The city‘s apartment sal >>>


      GDF TO SIGN MAJOR GAZPROM CONTRACTS
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 5. GdF to Sign Major Gazprom Contracts By Dmitry Zhdannikov Reuters Gazprom and Gaz de France will sign several deals Tuesday that guarantee Gazprom access to more end users in Europe, industry sources said Monday.

Under the deal, Gaz de France will agree to exte >>>


      IPOS COULD REACH $2.5BLN
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page '. IPOs Could Reach $2.5Bln Bloomberg Russian real estate companies may raise $2.5 billion in initial and secondary stock offerings in 2007, after raising $2.75 billion in 2006, according to Alexei Yazykov, an analyst at Renaissance Capital.

The shares may ge >>>


      JAPANESE SEEK CASH FROM GAZPROM
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 1. Japanese Seek Cash From Gazprom By Mayumi Negishi Reuters TOKYO –– Japan‘s Mitsui and Mitsubishi are seeking cash from state gas monopoly Gazprom in exchange for part of their stakes in the $22 billion Sakhalin–2 project, sources close to the ta >>>


      MIRLAND RAISES $282M IN IPO TO PAY FOR MOSCOW SKYSCRAPER
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page '. Mirland Raises $282M in IPO to Pay for Moscow Skyscraper Combined Reports Israeli–owned Russian property developer Mirland said it had raised 143 million pounds ($282 million) via a placing of its shares and planned to use the money to bolster its portfolio a >>>


      WORLD BANK TO LEND TO REGIONS
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 7. World Bank to Lend to Regions By Lesley Wroughton Reuters WASHINGTON –– Cash–hungry Russian regions could get up to $100 million per year in financing from the World Bank without financial guarantees by the federal government under a new strategy appr >>>


      BELARUSSIAN MAN SUSPECTED OF SPYING
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 4. Belarussian Man Suspected of Spying The Moscow Times Ints Kalnins / Reuters Suspected spy Sergei Monich entering a courtroom in the Lithuanian capital on Monday for an extradition hearing.

The Polish government has requested that Lithuania hand over a citizen >>>


      BLOGS FLOURISH AS FREE MEDIA WANE
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 4. Blogs Flourish as Free Media Wane By Olesya Dmitracova Reuters Free and open debate has become a rarity in Russia‘s media, which is mostly controlled by the state or business moguls.

In a country where three high–profile journalists have been murde >>>


      BREZHNEV REMEMBERED BY FOES AND FELLOW TRAVELERS
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 3. Brezhnev Remembered by Foes and Fellow Travelers The Moscow Times Misha Japaridze / AP Communist Party chief Gennady Zyuganov laying flowers at the grave of Leonid Brezhnev. Tuesday marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Soviet leader, who died in 1'82 aft >>>


      BULGARIAN GAS PRICE TO RISE GRADUALLY
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 5. Bulgarian Gas Price to Rise Gradually The Associated Press Petar Petrov / AP Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller, left, and Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev toasting the deal in Sofia on Monday.

SOFIA, Bulgaria –– Bulgaria and Gazprom on Monday sign >>>


      BULL AND BEAR BUSINESS
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 15. Bull and Bear Business By William Mauldin Staff Writer Vladimir Filonov / MT When Alexei Rybnikov entered the Russian financial world in 1''1, there were really only two choices: You could buy and sell the privatization vouchers that would later be hoarded by >>>


      FABULOUS FIDDLESTICKS
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 17. Fabulous Fiddlesticks By Nathan Toohey Staff Writer Maria Vereshchagina / For MT Sunflowers and stuffed roosters add to Yolki–Palki‘s cheerful charm.

Restaurant longevity is a real rarity in Moscow, where eateries come and go in the blink of an ey >>>


      HUNT FOR DRAFT DODGER SPARKS POLICE SCANDAL
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 1. Hunt for Draft Dodger Sparks Police Scandal By Carl Schreck Staff Writer Carl Schreck / MT Andrei Zuyev, left, said he agreed to go with police after one of the officers punched his brother, Kostya, next to him.

Kostya Zuyev says he was in his bedroom when he >>>


      KOVTUN FACES MORE QUESTIONS
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 3. Kovtun Faces More Questions Combined Reports A key witness in the poisoning death of former security services agent Alexander Litvinenko on Monday faced a second round of questioning by British investigators, news reports said.

Dmitry Kovtun, who is undergoing >>>


      MAKING THREATS
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 10. Making Threats By Lynn Berry 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 (7–4'5) >>>


      POLITICAL ELITES AND A BROKEN MELTING POT
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 10. Political Elites and a Broken Melting Pot By Konstantin Sonin 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 >>>


      RUSSIAN WINS 4–MAN BOBSLED
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 23. Russian Wins 4–Man Bobsled The Associated Press Todd Bissonette / AP Yevgeny Popov driving with Dmitry Stepushkin on brakes and side–pushers Roman Orechinikov and Dmitry Trunenkov.

LAKE PLACID, New York –– Yevgeny Popov of Russia moved >>>


      THE ARMY PYRAMID SCHEME
      The Moscow Times, 19-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 1', 2006. Issue 3564. Page 11. The Army Pyramid Scheme By Alexander Golts 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 (7& >>>



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