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      ‘ONE IMMIGRANT A MINUTE ARRIVING IN BRITAIN‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     1,500 foreigners arrived in Britain each day in 2005, intending to settle for at least a year Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old saves famil >>>


      ‘WARNING: DANGEROUS CAT – HAS ATTACKED 13 PEOPLE IN THE LAST SIX YEARS‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Owner Ann Hogben with cat Blackie: The cat hates men in uniform and has attacked and wounded 13 people Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old sa >>>


      ACTOR TREVOR GIVES EXCESS WEIGHT THE EVE–HO
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Trevor Eve: The 55–year–old was toned and tanned as he holidayed in Barbados Showbiz headlines Kylie has a tense heart–to–heart Slapstick star Charlie Drake dies How Nicole‘s new husband cheated on her with a party girl ‘Miss You Nights‘ voted Sir Cliff‘s best single by Ra >>>


      ARMY INTERPRETER ACCUSED OF SPYING WILL FACE OLD BAILEY TRIAL
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Trial: Daniel James Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare‘ Nicole and Keith reunited in Sydney ‘One immigrant a minute arriving in Bri >>>


      BBC1 POSTS ITS WORST CHRISTMAS DAY RATINGS EVER
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     The Vicar of Dibley: Was BBC1‘s highest rated programme but the corporation‘s schedule still proved to be a ratings flop Showbiz headlines Kylie has a tense heart–to–heart Slapstick star Charlie Drake dies How Nicole‘s new husband cheated on her with a party girl ‘Miss You Nights&lsqu >>>


      BLAIRITE THINK–TANK CALLS FOR KEY STAGE TESTS TO BE SCRAPPED IN FAVOUR OF THREE R‘S
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     The Institute for Public Policy Research said the tests left children with a shallow grasp of English and Maths Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old saves family by >>>


      BLAIRS‘ RUNAWAY JET DRAMA
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     The plane, carrying Tony Blair, sits at the end of the runway after the drama Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare‘ Nicole and Keith reunit >>>


      BRAWLS OVER THE BARGAINS: PUNCH–UPS ON BIGGEST SALES DAY OF THE YEAR
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Store crazy: a Next employee pulls a queue–jumper away from the crowd outside its shop in Brent Cross Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare& >>>


      BUSINESSES FACE LEGAL ACTION FOR FAILING TO GIVE STAFF ‘GAY RIGHTS QUIZ‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old saves family by putting out Christmas tree blaze with duvet ‘One in four pubs and off–licence >>>


      FOR SALE ON EBAY: A DREAM HOLIDAY WITH A STRANGER
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Adam Croot: Originally planned the holiday to propose to his girlfriend, was dumped by her just weeks ago Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old >>>


      GARY LINEKER IS UK‘S TOP TV PRESENTER
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Gary Lineker is the UK‘s top TV presenter Showbiz headlines Kylie has a tense heart–to–heart Slapstick star Charlie Drake dies How Nicole‘s new husband cheated on her with a party girl ‘Miss You Nights‘ voted Sir Cliff‘s best single by Radio 2 listeners Sir Alan, you‘re fi >>>


      GOVERNMENT CONSIDER PLANS TO DENY NHS TREATMENT TO SMOKERS AND OBESE
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Smoker: Smoking–related diseases cost an estimated 1.7billion a year Health news Fury as egg donation licence thrown open in UK first Some patients waiting two or more years for hip surgery Vitamin D could prevent MS Black cohosh ‘does not ease menopause symptoms‘ Reduction in number of inadequate smea >>>


      GRAFFITI VANDALS WALK THE TRACKS TO RUN RIOT AT STATION
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Vandals caused tens of thousands of pounds of damage to a Tube station after spending Christmas Day spray painting the walls and signs.

More here:
100 art buyers are laughing all the way to the Banksy The scale of the vandalism was so great it will take, according to London Underground staff, a specialist c >>>


      HELP! I‘M PLAIN STUPID: BIZARRE CUSTOMER REQUESTS FROM CALL CENTRES
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare‘ Nicole and Keith reunited in Sydney ‘One immigrant a minute arriving in Britain‘, says re >>>


      HOGGARD CALLS ON SHERLOCK HOLMES TO SOLVE THE BOWLING PLANS MYSTERY
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Whodunnit? Hoggard ponders Sport headlines Hoggard calls on Sherlock Holmes to solve the bowling plans mystery Sportsmail‘s MIKE DICKSON on another day of England misery Body blows for Chelsea, then Ronny rubs it in Ronaldo in class of his own after Fergie call Mail online‘s FREE fantasy league Need tips for >>>


      HUNTERS DEFY THE BAN WITH RECORD TURNOUT
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Boxing Day hunt: Organisers claim more than 300,000 braved the cold to enjoy their favourite pastime Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old save >>>


      IPOD IS GADGET MOST LIKELY TO BE STOLEN, SAY INSURERS
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Ipod: The digital music player was the gadget subject to the most insurance claims Your top stories...

1. Piers Morgan: My pal Simon the superego 2. How Nicole‘s new husband cheated on her with a party girl 3. Hi folks: It‘s arise Sir Bono 4. Found: The mystery white Fiat Uno driver in Diana death c >>>


      JAMES BROWN‘S PARTNER LOCKED OUT OF ‘HER HOME‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Tommi Rae Brown has been denied access to James Brown‘s house Showbiz headlines Kylie has a tense heart–to–heart Slapstick star Charlie Drake dies How Nicole‘s new husband cheated on her with a party girl ‘Miss You Nights‘ voted Sir Cliff‘s best single by Radio 2 listeners Sir A >>>


      JUST WILD ABOUT YOU...
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials Barbara Taylor–Bradford 10% off at Kaleidoscope Children‘s books Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

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      LABOUR ATTACKED FOR ‘BRIBING‘ 40 COUNCILS WITH CASH TO USE NEW POWERS
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     More than 7,000 Asbos have been imposed since they were introduced in 1''', with almost half being breached Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three& >>>


      NEARLY HALF OF ALL ASBOS ARE BEING BREACHED
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare‘ Nicole and Keith reunited in Sydney ‘One immigrant a minute arriving in Britain‘, says re >>>


      NINE ORDERS A SECOND PLACED ON AMAZON AS INTERNET SHOPPING BOOMS
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials Barbara Taylor–Bradford 10% off at Kaleidoscope Children‘s books Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

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

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      NUMBER OF PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS EARNING &#163;100K TREBLES IN FIVE YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials Barbara Taylor–Bradford 10% off at Kaleidoscope Children‘s books Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

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

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      PILL THAT TRICKS YOU INTO LOSING WEIGHT
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Your top stories...
1. Piers Morgan: My pal Simon the superego 2. How Nicole‘s new husband cheated on her with a party girl 3. Hi folks: It‘s arise Sir Bono 4. Found: The mystery white Fiat Uno driver in Diana death crash 5. Kylie has a tense heart–to–heart Home delivery Enjoy our blogs Bened >>>


      PRESCOTT SPENDS CHRISTMAS DAY IN HOSPITAL WITH A KIDNEY STONE
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     John Prescott: An ambulance was called after the Deputy Prime Minister became unwell in front of his wife and sons Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three&ndash >>>


      PRINCE WILLIAM GOES HUNTIN‘, SHOOTIN‘ AND TEXTIN‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Prince William: As his uncles and grandfather took aim and collected their kill, the 24–year–old was texting furiously Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and o >>>


      RENEE DELAYS VERY, VERY BAD SIGNS OF AGEING WITH ‘SANDBLASTING FACIAL‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Renee Zellweger: The actress endures a 60 minute ‘microdermabuffing‘ session, described as ‘sand–blasting for the face‘ Showbiz headlines Kylie has a tense heart–to–heart Slapstick star Charlie Drake dies How Nicole‘s new husband cheated on her with a party girl ‘Mis >>>


      SATS EXAMS ‘SHOULD BE SCRAPPED IN FAVOUR OF REGULAR PUPIL ASSESSMENT‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Not working: Think tank says Sats should be replaced with regular pupil monitoring Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare‘ Nicole and Keith r >>>


      SIMON COWELL‘S HOLIDAY SMELL FACTOR
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Just what has got X Factor judge Simon Cowell holding his nose? Is it the rotting smell of England‘s poor television viewing over the Christmas period?Or are plans for his next search ‘You‘re the one that I want‘, already on the nose.

More here: Cowell unveils new money–spinning se >>>


      SOLDIER AWARDED POSTHUMOUS PARDON TO HAVE NAME ADDED TO WW1 MEMORIAL
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Private Harry Farr: Was shot at dawn as a deserter in October 1'16 Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old saves family by putting out Christ >>>


      STRANGER KILLINGS RISE BY A THIRD IN A DECADE
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare‘ Nicole and Keith reunited in Sydney ‘One immigrant a minute arriving in Britain‘, says re >>>


      TERROR ALERT OVER EXECUTIVE JETS FLYING INTO BRITAIN
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Unchecked: There are fears that executive jets could use small airfields such as Farnborough to bring criminals and terrorists into Britain Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists kill >>>


      THIEF STEALS PURPLE VOLVO WITH ELDERLY WOMAN IN BACK
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare‘ Nicole and Keith reunited in Sydney ‘One immigrant a minute arriving in Britain‘, says re >>>


      THREE–YEAR OLD SAVED FAMILY BY PUTTING OUT CHRISTMAS TREE BLAZE WITH DUVET
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Lilly–May Woolliss: The three–year old singlehandedly put out a fire in her room Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old saves family >>>


      TORIES ACCUSED OF ABUSING COMMONS FACILITIES
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Tory leader David Cameron is among MPs named in the dossier Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare‘ Nicole and Keith reunited in Sydney &lsqu >>>


      WARNING OVER CUT–PRICE EASTERN EUROPEAN SURGERY AFTER ‘BOTCHED IMPLANT OP‘
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Health news Fury as egg donation licence thrown open in UK first Some patients waiting two or more years for hip surgery Vitamin D could prevent MS Black cohosh ‘does not ease menopause symptoms‘ Reduction in number of inadequate smear tests Three new MRSA cases at hospital Have your say Should IVF be offere >>>


      WARTIME SWEETHEARTS PLAN TO MARRY 65 YEARS AFTER FIRST MEETING
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Maimie Meakin and Frank Walker: Rekindled their wartime romance after she placed an ad in a local newspaper Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Scientists hail ‘stunning results‘ of new obesity pill Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year o >>>


      ASIAN NATIONS REMEMBER TSUNAMI TWO YEARS ON
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     A Sri Lankan survivor who lost her parents in the tsunami Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old saves family by putting out Christmas tree blaze with duvet ‘One >>>


      ETHIOPIAN FIGHTER JETS BOMB TWO MAIN AIRPORTS IN SOMALIA
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Two Islamic courts vans guard Mogadishu airport after Ethiopia jets bombed it. Click enlarge to see a crater left in the tarmac Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old >>>


      FORMER PRESIDENT GERALD FORD DIES AT '3
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old saves family by putting out Christmas tree blaze with duvet ‘One in four pubs and off–licences sell alcohol to under >>>


      GENERAL ‘UNREPENTANT‘ OVER IRAQ POLICE STATION DEMOLITION
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Major General Richard Shirreff insisted he was ‘completely unrepentant‘ about the Christmas Day operation Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘ >>>


      RUPTURED PIPELINE BLAZE KILLS AT LEAST 260
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Devastation: Onlookers survey the scene where at least 260 people burned to death Headlines Appeal court rules Saddam should hang in 30 days Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Government consider plans to deny NHS treatment to smokers and obese Three–year old saves family by putting out Christmas tree bla >>>


      SCHWARZENEGGER WILL LIKELY BE ON CRUTCHES FOR HIS 2ND INAUGURATION
      The Daily Mail, 27-12-2006
     Arnold Schwarzenegger will be swopping his skis for crutches after an operation Headlines Army interpreter accused of spying will face Old Bailey trial Former President Gerald Ford dies at '3 Tories accused of abusing Commons facilities 160 journalists killed in Iraq war ‘nightmare‘ Nicole and Keith reun >>>


      AIRCRAFT MAKER ASKS STATE FOR $12 BLN
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 5. Aircraft Maker Asks State for $12 Bln Bloomberg State–run United Aircraft Corporation, or UAC, plans to build as many as 1,800 airplanes by 2015 to compete with Boeing and Airbus on the domestic market, Vedomosti reported Monday.

UAC, established by presid >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 6.

Business in Brief Kharyaga Review Delayed Total‘s license to extract oil at its Kharyaga field will be reviewed in late February, a two–month reprieve as the authorities consider whether the license >>>


      MAGNA AND AVTOVAZ TEAM UP
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 5. Magna and AvtoVAZ Team Up By Lyubov Pronina Bloomberg Alexander Saverkin / Itar–Tass Magna vice president Hubert Hodl and Rosoboronexport chief Sergei Chemezov smiling at the ceremony on Friday.

Canada‘s Magna International and AvtoVAZ will build a $ >>>


      NATO EXPANSION MAY PROVE A FATEFUL ERROR
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     By Richard Lourie The NATO meeting held in Riga, Latvia, in late November attracted very little attention. Nothing of substance emerged from the conference and there was plenty of competition for headlines. Not that long ago, the very idea of a NATO meeting in a Latvia that was itself in NATO would have been a nightmare >>>


      TIMAN OIL & GAS IPO FALLS SHORT
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 5. Timan Oil & Gas IPO Falls Short Bloomberg Timan Oil & Gas, a British–based exploration company working in northern Siberia, raised a less–than–planned $100 million on the stock market in London, Interfax reported, citing an unidentified person c >>>


      15TH ANNIVERSARY OF SOVIET COLLAPSE MARKED BY FEW
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 3.
15th Anniversary of Soviet Collapse Marked by Few By Nabi Abdullaev Staff Writer The 15th anniversary of the collapse of the Soviet Union, which President Vladimir Putin once called "the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century," went largely u >>>


      BYSHOVETS NAMED NEW LOKOMOTIV HEAD COACH
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 16. Byshovets Named New Lokomotiv Head Coach Reuters Former Russia manager Anatoly Byshovets has been named coach of Lokomotiv Moscow, the premier league club said Tuesday.

Byshovets, 60, is replacing Oleg Dolmatov to become the third Lokomotiv coach in the last th >>>


      CORPORATE GIFTS: RISKY BUSINESS
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 7. Corporate Gifts: Risky Business By Svetlana Graudt Special to The Moscow Times Igor Tabakov / MT It‘s that time of year again, when couriers are scurrying between offices, delivering thousands of glittering corporate gifts bearing company logos.

Naturally, >>>


      CORREA‘S IV: HE‘S BACK
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page '. Correa‘s IV: He‘s Back By Nathan Toohey Staff Writer Nathan Toohey / MT Correa‘s No. 4 targets office workers with a menu that changes daily.

Isaac Correa was once one of the leading proponents of fusion cuisine, when he headed the kitchen >>>


      ELECTION DATE SET IN TURKMENISTAN
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 3. Election Date Set in Turkmenistan Combined Reports Gleb Garanich / Reuters Soldiers standing guard next to the coffin holding Niyazov. Thousands of mourners paid their respects in Ashgabat.

Two days after authoritarian Turkmen leader Saparmurat Niyazov was laid >>>


      GAS CUTOFF TO BELARUS DRAWS NEARER
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 1. Gas Cutoff to Belarus Draws Nearer By Anatoly Medetsky Staff Writer Last–ditch gas price talks between Gazprom and Belarus aimed at averting another potentially bruising New Year‘s standoff broke up Tuesday without agreement.

Gazprom on Tuesday said >>>


      KHODORKOVSKY LIKELY TO FACE FRESH CHARGES
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 1. Khodorkovsky Likely to Face Fresh Charges By Carl Schreck Staff Writer In what appears to be the latest government attack on the Yukos oil company, jailed founder Mikhail Khodorkovsky and his associate Platon Lebedev have been transferred to another detention facility in >>>


      NOT RIPE FOR CHANGE IN TURKMENISTAN
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 6. Not Ripe for Change in Turkmenistan By Georgeta Pourchot 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 >>>


      PWC FACES YUKOS AUDIT TAX DEMAND
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 5. PWC Faces Yukos Audit Tax Demand By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer The Federal Tax Service has accused the local branch of PricewaterhouseCoopers of producing a false audit for Yukos and of assisting the stricken oil company in avoiding taxes.

PwC strenuously deni >>>


      SCARAMELLA ARRESTED IN NAPLES
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 3. Scaramella Arrested in Naples Combined Reports ROME –– Police have arrested an Italian man who met with Alexander Litvinenko in London the day the former Federal Security Service agent fell ill from poisoning, the Italian man‘s father said.

Mar >>>


      SPACE COOPERATION WITH CHINA
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 2. Space Cooperation With China By Vladimir Isachenkov The Associated Press Ivan Sekretarev / AP Anatoly Perminov on Tuesday Russia will cooperate with China on space projects but will not transfer sensitive technologies that could enable Beijing to become a rival in a futu >>>


      TOO MANY EXCEPTIONS TO BE A RULE
      The Moscow Times, 27-12-2006
     Wednesday, December 27, 2006. Issue 3568. Page 6. Too Many Exceptions to Be a Rule By Yulia Latynina The authorities in the Chita Region are investigating the murder of Federal Security Service, or FSB, Captain Alexander Ovsyannikov. Truth is, there is nothing to investigate: Men involved in illegal logging beat Ovsyann >>>


      PRESIDENT TRIET HONOURS STATE PRESIDENT OFFICE OFFICIALS
      Nhan Dan, 27-12-2006
     State President Office held a conference in Hanoi on 26 December to review its work in 2006 and define orientation for next year. State President Nguyen Minh Triet and Vice State President Truong My Hoa attended the conference.

Speaking at the conference, President Nguyen Minh Triet praised and spoke highly of >>>


      VIETNAM RECORDS POPULATION GROWTH RATE OF 1.33%
      Nhan Dan, 27-12-2006
     Particularly, the fatality rate among babies under 12 months has reduced to approximately 25 per thousand, said Le Thi Thu, the Commission‘s chairwoman.

As a practical goal, each couple in Vietnam will have an average of two children by 2015, thus eventually helping the country to stabilise the size of it >>>


      VIETNAM, LAOS BOOST CO–ORDINATION IN SEEKING SOLDIERS‘ REMAINS
      Nhan Dan, 27-12-2006
     Vientiane (VNA) – The Special Working Boards (SWBs) of the Vietnamese and Lao Governments met on December 25 in Vientiane to discuss their continued cooperation in seeking and repatriating the remains of Vietnamese voluntary soldiers who died in Laos during wars.

The Vietnamese delegation to the meeting, >>>


      VIETNAM: TSUNAMI WARNING LIFTED
      Nhan Dan, 27-12-2006
     Vietnam‘s central and southern coastlines no longer need to worry about a possible tsunami and were requested to return to their normal life, advised the National Hydro–Meteorology Centre and the National Steer Committee for Flood and Storm Control, at 23:00 on December 26.

Earlier at 22:15, a warni >>>


      36 IRAQIS, SIX US TROOPS KILLED IN IRAQ US DEATH TOLL SURPASSES THAT OF '/11
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Baghdad—At least 36 Iraqis died Tuesday in bombings, officials said, including a coordinated strike that killed 25 in western Baghdad.

Separately, the deaths of six U.S. soldiers pushed the American toll beyond the number of victims in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

The three coordinated car bombs in wes >>>


      AKHTAR MENGAL SENT TO JAIL
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Karachi—An Anti–Terrorism Court of Karachi Tuesday ordered to send Balochistan National Party (BNP) leader and former provincial Chief Minister Sardar Akhtar Mengal to jail under judicial custody. Akhtar Mengal was charged of taking hostage and torturing two government officials. Mengal was presented before the AT >>>


      ELAHI CONFIDENT OF VICTORY IN NEXT ELECTIONS TAHIR RASHID
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Tahir Rashid Rawalpindi—The Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi has said that government will build all big dams including Kala Bagh Dam because without construction of huge water reservoirs the economic problems being faced by the country could not be resolved. The people should ask PPP on what grounds they ar >>>


      INDIAN PM SPECIAL ENVOY LAMBAH VISITS LAHORE AROOSA ALAM
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Aroosa Alam New Delhi—A day before Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, during his Punjab visit, reiterated his desire for a peace, security and friendship treaty with Islamabad, Satinder K Lambah, his special envoy for the Indo–Pak dialogue, flew to Lahore to hold the latest back–channel talks with his counterpar >>>


      MUNIR NIAZI PASSES AWAY
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Lahore—Renowned poet Muneer Niazi passed away Tuesday night at Jinnah Hospital in Lahore.

Muneer Niazi, aged 78, was admitted in hospital after he complainedof breathing problem earlier this evening. Born in Hoshiriapur, India he migrated to Pakistan after independence.He got his education in Lahore.

M >>>


      NEXT BALOCHISTAN GOVERNOR SHOULD BE FROM THE PROVINCE, SAYS ZAHID MALIK GHULAM TAHIR
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Ghulam Tahir Quetta—Editor in Chief of Pakistan Observer highlighted the role of media before the enlightened gathering representing all sections of society. Seven Ambassadors and three senior diplomats of Muslim countries also participated in launching ceremony of Pakistan Observer Quetta edition.

Mr. Zahid Ma >>>


      OBSERVER TO BE LAUNCHED FROM LONDON STAFF REPORTER
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Staff Reporter Quetta—Mr. Zahid Malik, Editor–in–Chief announced here Monday that after having launched the Pakistan Observer from all the Provincial Capitals of Pakistan as well as from the Capital of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, the Management of Pakistan Observer has started making preparations for bringing ou >>>


      PAKISTAN OBSERVER QUETTA EDITION LAUNCHED OWAIS HOPES PO TO PROMOTE HEALTHY JOURNALISM DURRANI WELCOMES LAUNCHING, SAYS DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS TO EMPOWER PEOPLE IN BALOCHISTAN; 10 MUSLIM STATES AMBASSADORS ...
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     people in Balochistan; 10 Muslim states ambassadors and diplomats grace the occasion Staff Reporter Quetta—Launching Pakistan Observer’s Quetta edition, Governor Balochistan Owais Ahmed Ghani expressed his confidence that the paper would promote healthy journalism. He said, process of transformation of Balochistan to a >>>


      PAKISTAN TO FENCE, MINE AFGHAN BORDER MINING OF BORDER NOT ENOUGH: KABUL
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Islamabad—Pakistan on Tuesday said it will fence and mine the 2400 kilometre long porous Pak–Afghan border to prevent any cross–border movement, Foreign Office said.

Foreign Secretary Riaz Muhammad Khan said, «Pakistan army has been tasked to work out modalities for selective fencing and minin >>>


      PESHAWAR BLAST CLAIMS LIFE, SEVERAL INJURED TARIQ SAEED
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Tariq Saeed Peshawar—As a powerful bomb explosion rocked the Peshawar International Airport and adjacent areas Tuesday wee hours, at least one person was reported killed and three others wounded seriously.

The new City Police Chief Malik Saad, who took over the responsibilities a few days back, told newsmen the >>>


      PRESIDENT, PM LAY FLORAL WREATHS ON QUAID’S MAZAAR MUSHARRAF ASSURES EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL JOHN THAKUR DAS
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     John Thakur Das Karachi—President General Pervez Musharraf on Monday asked cadets especially females to learn and acquire skills for leading from the front as that is what expected from all of them in the future. They must learn and acquire mental, physical and moral fitness to be able to discharge duties after they pas >>>


      QUAID BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Islamabad—The 130th birth anniversary of Quaid–e–Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was celebrated on Monday with great enthusiasm and national spirit.

Special prayers were offered in the mosques for the soul of Quaid–e–Azam and prosperity and solidarity of the country.

Various political, >>>


      SHUJAAT MEETS BENAZIR IN DUBAI MAHMOOD HUSSAIN
      Pakistan Observer, 27-12-2006
     Mahmood Hussain Islamabad—There has been a meeting in Dubai between the President of the Pakistan Muslim League (PML) Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairperson Benazir Bhutto.

Confirming the meeting the Secretary General of the ruling PML, Mushahid Hussain Sayed said here on Tues >>>


      &#132;SO STELLT SICH DER LIEBE GOTT DIE WELT VOR&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Der Satz des Jahres 2006: „So stellt sich der liebe Gott die Welt vor” 26. Dezember 2006 Der Satz des Jahres stammt aus Franz Beckenbauers Resümee der Fußball–WM. Doch das Jahr 2006 steht nicht nur für deutsche Lebensfreude.

Von Bush und Berlusconi, Papst und Prophet >>>


      MODEL MIT 1,2 KILO KOKAIN IM MAGEN GEFAßT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Gesundheit FAZ.NET fragt Wer ist Ihr Mensch des Jahres?

Jürgen Klinsmann Papst Benedikt XVI.

Thomas Reiter Michael Schumacher Angela Merkel Natascha Kampusch Abstimmen Ergebnis Wetter Berlin

3° Hamburg

3° Frankfurt

2° München

2° FAZ.NET& >>>


      MUTTER LIEß BABY ERSTICKEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     27. Dezember 2006 Eine 26 Jahre alte dreifache Mutter hat in Köln ihr neugeborenes viertes Kind sterben lassen. Sie brachte es am Dienstagvormittag im Badezimmer zur Welt und wickelte es vollständig in Laken ein, wie Staatsanwaltschaft und Polizei berichteten. Dann habe sie das Baby auf den Boden gelegt, sich >>>


      POLIZISTEN RETTEN MANN AUS GULLY
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Vorsicht beim Suchen des Autoschlüssels!
27. Dezember 2006 Die Polizei hat in Berlin einen kopfüber in einen Gully gefallenen Mann gerettet. Nach Polizeiangaben vom Mittwoch waren dem 48jährigen in der Nacht seine Autoschlüssel in den Gully gefallen. Daraufhin habe er den Deckel abgezogen und in >>>


      PRINZ HARRY WILL ALS OFFIZIER IN DEN IRAK
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Schloss im April seine Offiziersausbildung ab: Prinz Harry 27. Dezember 2006 Prinz Harry (22) bereitet sich nach einem Londoner Zeitungsbericht auf einen Einsatz als Offizier im Irak vor. Seine Freundin Chelsy Davy (21) wolle zur selben Zeit auf eine Amerika–Reise gehen, um besser mit der Angst um ihren Prinzen fe >>>


      SCHÖN WAR DIE ZEIT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Knuddel–Glatzkopf Agassi hat seinen Schläger nach 21 Jahren Profitennis beiseite gelegt 26. Dezember 2006 Im Jahr 2006 gab es zahlreiche Rücktritte und Abschiede, die in Erinnerung geblieben sind: Matthias Platzeck tritt aufgrund gesundheitlicher Probleme als SPD–Vorsitzender zurück und Donald >>>


      SEELE AUF FEUER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Von Jonathan Fischer War für seine lebhaften Bühnenauftritte bekannt: James Brown 26. Dezember 2006 Good god! Bevor James Brown im Stadtpark von Birmingham, Alabama, im Tippelschritt die Bühne betritt, röhrt noch einmal die bekannte Ansage: Ladies and Gentleman, Soulbrother Number One, the Godfather >>>


      ÖLDIEBE LÖSEN KATASTROPHE AUS: HUNDERTE TOTE BEI EXPLOSION
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     13. Mai 2006 Einen Tag nach einer verheerenden Explosion an einer Pipeline in Nigeria mit hunderten Toten haben am Samstag die Aufräumarbeiten begonnen.

Am Vorabend waren etwa 150 verkohlte Leichen in einem Massengrab am Strand des Fischerdorfs Inagbe nahe der Metropole Lagos bestattet worden.

Es >>>


      BECK SIEHT &#132;GRENZE DER ZUMUTBARKEIT&#147; ERREICHT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     27. Dezember 2006 Aktuell Politik Nachrichten Politik Aktuell Länder Bund Europäische Union Ausland Vereinte Nationen Kirche & Religion Die Gegenwart Politische Bücher FAZ.NET fragt Wer ist Ihr Mensch des Jahres?

Jürgen Klinsmann Papst Benedikt XVI.

Thomas Reiter Michael Schumac >>>


      BLUTIGE K'6;MPFE IN SOMALIA
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Schwerbewaffneter Milizionär 26. Dezember 2006 '6;thiopische Soldaten haben am Dienstag die Milizen der Islamisten, die die somalische Hauptstadt Mogadischu und weite Teile des Landes seit Monaten kontrollieren, zum Rückzug aus vielen Orten gezwungen.

Das bestätigten die Islamisten von der >>>


      DER VERSÖHNER AMERIKAS
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Von Bertram Eisenhauer Gerald Ford (1'13 – 2006)
27. Dezember 2006 Dem langen Schatten seines Vorgängers ist er nie ganz entkommen. Als Gerald R. Ford am '. August 1'74 als 38. Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten vereidigt wurde, mußte er die Republik erst einmal ihrer Kontinuität >>>


      DIE NEUE FLUT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Von Manfred Schäfers, Banda Aceh Verheerender Monsunregen: In dem Ort Aceh sind viele Häuser abermals zerstört 26. Dezember 2006 Das Schicksal meint es nicht gut mit den Menschen in Aceh, der westlichsten Provinz Indonesiens. Zwei Jahre nachdem die tödliche Flutwelle den vom Bürgerkrieg ohnehin >>>


      DIE ORDNUNG DER SCHARIA–RICHTER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Von Andreas Ross Washington sieht in den „Scharia–Richtern” Terroristen mit Verbindungen zu Al Qaida 27. Dezember 2006 Die Angst vor den Islamisten dürfte im Westen zunächst größer gewesen sein als in den meisten Städten und Dörfern Somalias. In einem Land, das >>>


      EHEMALIGER AMERIKANISCHER PR'6;SIDENT FORD GESTORBEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Gerald Ford 27. Dezember 2006 Der ehemalige Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten, Gerald Ford, ist tot. Wie amerikanische Fernsehsender in der Nacht zum Mittwoch unter Berufung auf die Witwe Betty Ford berichteten, starb der 38. Präsident im Alter von '3 Jahren.

Ford mußte sich in jüngster >>>


      ISRAEL NIMMT ANGRIFFE AUF RADIKALE PAL'6;STINENSER WIEDER AUF
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Der Druck auf Ehud Olmert wächst 27. Dezember 2006 Nach dem jüngsten palästinensischen Raketenangriff auf die südisraelische Stadt Sderot mit zwei verletzten Jugendlichen will Israel seine Militärschläge gegen militante Palästinenser wieder aufnehmen. Das teilte die Regierung am Mittwo >>>


      KUMMERKASTEN DER NATION
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Von Reinhard Müller, Karlsruhe Beliebte Anlaufstelle: Das Bundesverfassungsgericht 27. Dezember 2006 Sie sind meine letzte Hoffnung. Ich bin der Bruder von Jesus Christus. Frau Merkel muß abgesetzt werden. Mit solchen Anliegen wenden sich täglich Bürger an das Bundesverfassungsgericht. Das mit Abstan >>>


      PARLAMENT DR'6;NGT AHMADINESCHAD ZU SCH'6;RFEREM ATOMKURS
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Fleißiger Briefeschreiber: Präsident Ahmadineschad 27. Dezember 2006 Das iranische Parlament hat am Mittwoch ein Gesetz verabschiedet, das die Regierung zur Überprüfung der Beziehungen zur Internationalen Atomenergiebehörde (IAEA) verpflichtet. Der einflußreiche Wächterrat stimmte dem >>>


      PORNOS, PATRONEN UND ‘NE SCHARFE WUMME
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Von Markus Wehner Einen Magnum–Revolver wollte der NDP–Mann Menzel in den Landtag schmuggeln lassen 27. Dezember 2006 Auch unangenehme Dinge garniert Holger Apfel mit breitem Lächeln. Es war ein nicht ganz leichtes Jahr, sagt der schwergewichtige Chef der NPD–Fraktion im Dresdner Landtag. Tragisch >>>


      SADDAM SIEHT SICH SCHON BEI GOTT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Von Rainer Hermann Saddam soll durch den Strick sterben 27. Dezember 2006 Ausgerechnet ein Kurde will das Leben Saddam Husseins retten, nachdem das Oberste Berufungsgericht den Einspruch des früheren Machthabers gegen sein Todesurteil zurückgewiesen hat. Wiederholt hatte sich der irakische Staatspräsident >>>


      SOMALISCHE ISLAMISTEN KÜNDIGEN GUERRILLAKRIEG AN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Die Islamisten wollen den Krieg "in einen Guerrillakampf verwandeln” 27. Dezember 2006 Soldaten der somalischen Übergangsregierung haben mit äthiopischer Unterstützung am Mittwoch weitere militärische Erfolge erzielt und bereiten offenbar einen Angriff auf die Hauptstadt Mogadischu v >>>


      TROTZ IST KONSENS
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Von Rainer Hermann, Istanbul Irans Außenminister Mottaki (r.), während einer Parlamentssitzung zum Atomprogramm 26. Dezember 2006 Es war eine Trotzreaktion – und unerwartet kam sie nicht.

Seit längerem war bekannt, daß Iran in Natans 3000 Zentrifugen aufstellen und in Betrieb nehmen wi >>>


      ÜBER HUNDERT BLAUHELME DÜRFEN NACH DARFUR
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Seit vier Jahren herrscht Bürgerkrieg in der westsudanesischen Provinz Darfur 27. Dezember 2006 Sudan hat der Stationierung eines kleinen Kontingents von UN–Soldaten in der Krisenregion Darfur zugestimmt. Bis Ende Januar sollen 105 Soldaten und Polizisten in der westsudanesischen Unruheprovinz stationiert wer >>>


      2007 BEGINNT MIT HÖHEREN STROMPREISEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27-12-2006
     Von Manfred Köhler Strom wird fast überall in Hessen teurer 27. Dezember 2006 Eine Runde mußten die hessischen Energieversorger aussetzen

– doch 2007 ist es wieder so, wie es bis 2005 auch immer war: Das Jahr beginnt mit höheren Strompreisen. Erhöhungen im Durchschnitt von 3,6 Pro >>>



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