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      RACE CRIME BACKLASH AFTER 7/7 DID NOT MATERIALISE, ADMITS DPP
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     The July 2005 bombings has not sparked a race crime backlash as predicted. Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lottery board with ‘Labour mates‘ Smouldering ruin where two firem >>>


      REID TRIUMPHS IN REVOLT AGAINST EU
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Home Secretary John Reid Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lottery board with ‘Labour mates‘ Smouldering ruin where two firemen died BA passengers share first class cabin with >>>


      REWARD DOUBLED IN HUNT FOR &#163;2M RAID GANG
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     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 >>>


      SADDAM DEFIES IRAQI COURT, SAYING HE WILL STOP ATTENDING HIS KURDISH GENOCIDE TRIAL
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Defiant: Saddam Hussein vowed not to attend his trial Headlines Flaming cheek! As wholesale prices tumble YOUR gas bills soar NHS must change, says Blair as he pushes for reform One in ten forced to work past retirement age Life ban call for drink drivers who kill Council tax ‘will rise‘ for 200,000, say Tor >>>


      SHOPS FACING WORST–EVER CHRISTMAS RUN–UP
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Interest rate rises and rising household bills are being blamed for the subdued mood on the high street this Christmas Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lottery board with ‘Labour m >>>


      SMOULDERING RUIN WHERE TWO FIREMEN DIED
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Inferno: Rescue workers race to factory fire to save the injured. Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lottery board with ‘Labour mates‘ Smouldering ruin where two firemen died B >>>


      SPINELESS ENGLAND‘S ASHES DEFENCE IS OVER AFTER ADELAIDE DEFEAT, WRITES MIKE DICKSON
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Down but not yet out: Flintoff Look here too...

Skip gossip links to more articles The Pommie Baiter – Part 7 WIN! amazing prizes including a signed Pietersen bat with Mail online Second Ashes Test – Day 5 Gallery Sport headlines Warne sends England spinning to six–wicket defeat in Adelaide An >>>


      STRESSED OUT CITY BIRDS SING FASTER AND HIGHER, SAY SCIENTISTS
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     The great tit: the five–and–a–half inch bird has proved it can adapt well to urban life and is found throughout towns and cities Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lotter >>>


      TEENAGER NAMED STUDENT OF THE YEAR AFTER SITTING 14 A–LEVEL EXAMS
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Student of the Year David Rees Jones Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lottery board with ‘Labour mates‘ Smouldering ruin where two firemen died BA passengers share first clas >>>


      THE DUKE CAME TO MY HOUSE ‘LOOKING TO PARTY‘
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     It is claimed Prince Andrew went to Courtney Love‘s house ‘looking for chicks‘ Showbiz headlines Charlotte Church latest to fall foul of bin bag police Grunt in peace, the pig that won George‘s heart Posh spotted house–hunting next door to the Cruises Lindsay and Nicole turn on creator of & >>>


      TORY LEADER CALLS ON SCHOOLS TO INSTIL LOVE OF LEARNING
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Eton–educated Cameron has said he wants to instil a love of learning in our children Headlines Flaming cheek! As wholesale prices tumble YOUR gas bills soar NHS must change, says Blair as he pushes for reform One in ten forced to work past retirement age Life ban call for drink drivers who kill Council tax ‘ >>>


      WARNE SENDS ENGLAND SPINNING TO SIX–WICKET DEFEAT IN ADELAIDE
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Tormentor again: Shane Warne celebrates the wicket of Kevin Pietersen Look here too...

Skip gossip links to more articles The Pommie Baiter – Part 7 WIN! amazing prizes including a signed Pietersen bat with Mail online Sport headlines Warne sends England spinning to six–wicket defeat in Adelaide Anf >>>


      WEDDING GUESTS FACING JAIL AFTER KILLING PENSIONER IN BATH CHAIR PRANK
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Grandmother Benita Brown Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lottery board with ‘Labour mates‘ Smouldering ruin where two firemen died BA passengers share first class cabin with >>>


      WHILE THE TRAFFIC WARDEN‘S AWAY...DRIVERS FLOUT THE PARKING LAWS
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Headlines Flaming cheek! As wholesale prices tumble YOUR gas bills soar NHS must change, says Blair as he pushes for reform One in ten forced to work past retirement age Life ban call for drink drivers who kill Council tax ‘will rise‘ for 200,000, say Tories Channel 4‘s ‘alternative‘ Christ >>>


      BECKETT CONDEMNS FIJI‘S BLOODLESS COUP
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Taking over: Army Commander Frank Bainimarama Headlines Flaming cheek! As wholesale prices tumble YOUR gas bills soar NHS must change, says Blair as he pushes for reform One in ten forced to work past retirement age Life ban call for drink drivers who kill Council tax ‘will rise‘ for 200,000, say Tories Chan >>>


      BUSH LOSES ANOTHER LOYAL ALLY AS CHIEF ENVOY TO UN QUITS
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     On the way out: John Bolton will leave office in a matter of days Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lottery board with ‘Labour mates‘ Smouldering ruin where two firemen died B >>>


      BUSHFIRES THREATEN MAJOR AUSTRALIAN KOALA COLONY
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Under threat: the Pilliga scrub nature reserve is home to one of Australia‘s most genetically diverse koala colonies Wild–fire: the fires are burning in the Pilliga scrub nature reserve, 350 km (217 miles) northwest of Sydney Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner P >>>


      IRAQ WORSE THAN UNDER SADDAM, SAYS UN CHIEF
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Regret: Kofi Annan said he lost friends and colleagues in Iraq Headlines Flaming cheek! As wholesale prices tumble YOUR gas bills soar NHS must change, says Blair as he pushes for reform One in ten forced to work past retirement age Life ban call for drink drivers who kill Council tax ‘will rise‘ for 200,000 >>>


      RARE DINOSAUR NEST FOUND IN CHINA FETCHES &#163;212,000 IN US AUCTION
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     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 » Mail extras Funny viral emails Primary school tables Home delivery Mac cartoons Joe cartoons Book c >>>


      REID TRIUMPHS IN REVOLT AGAINST EU
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Home Secretary John Reid Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lottery board with ‘Labour mates‘ Smouldering ruin where two firemen died BA passengers share first class cabin with >>>


      SADDAM DEFIES IRAQI COURT, SAYING HE WILL STOP ATTENDING HIS KURDISH GENOCIDE TRIAL
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Defiant: Saddam Hussein vowed not to attend his trial Headlines Flaming cheek! As wholesale prices tumble YOUR gas bills soar NHS must change, says Blair as he pushes for reform One in ten forced to work past retirement age Life ban call for drink drivers who kill Council tax ‘will rise‘ for 200,000, say Tor >>>


      VENEZUELA‘S CHAVEZ STORMS TO RE–ELECTION VICTORY
      The Daily Mail, 05-12-2006
     Victory: Hugo Chavez Headlines PM‘s struggle for a nuclear legacy Abstract painter scoops Turner Prize Anti–smoking ‘wonder pill‘ launched Crony row as Jowell packs Lottery board with ‘Labour mates‘ Smouldering ruin where two firemen died BA passengers share first class cabin with dea >>>


      A POPULAR ADVERSARY
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page '. A Popular Adversary 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– >>>


      BAN IS SLAPPED ON RICE IMPORTS
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 1. Ban Is Slapped on Rice Imports By Simon Shuster Staff Writer The Agriculture Ministry‘s food safety watchdog banned all rice imports Monday and said they would not resume until a tighter inspection system was established next year.

Lovers of plov and sushi ha >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 6.

Business in Brief Bank Privatization Plans The government plans to sell minority stakes in more than 150 banks to boost competition in the financial industry, Kommersant reported, citing Andrei Kashevarov, the depu >>>


      BUSINESSMEN AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page '. Businessmen and Freedom of the Press 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 sent b >>>


      COMSTAR BUYS GREEK WEB FIRM
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 6. Comstar Buys Greek Web Firm The Associated Press ATHENS –– Russia–based Comstar–UTS announced Monday that it had agreed to buy a majority stake in Greek Internet provider Hellas On Line (HoL) from Greece‘s Intracom Holdings in a cash deal worth >>>


      DUBAI FIRM TO CREATE A NEW RUSSIAN TOWN
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 8. Dubai Firm to Create a New Russian Town Combined Reports DUBAI, United Arab Emirates –– A Dubai–based developer announced Sunday that it planned to build a new city on 44,000 acres near Moscow.

The project, dubbed Great Domodedovo, was described b >>>


      EU, KAZAKHS BUILD ENERGY TIES
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 7. EU, Kazakhs Build Energy Ties By Raf Casert The Associated Press Yves Herman / Reuters Nursultan Nazarbayev and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso holding a news conference Monday.

BRUSSELS –– The European Union on Monday agreed to improv >>>


      FRADKOV, ALIYEV TRY TO RESOLVE ENERGY STANDOFF
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 5. Fradkov, Aliyev Try to Resolve Energy Standoff By Miriam Elder Staff Writer Burhan Ozbilici / AP Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov held talks with officials in Azerbaijan on Monday in an effort to prevent simmering oil and gas disputes from s >>>


      FRAUD VICTIMS AIR THEIR CONCERNS
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 8. Fraud Victims Air Their Concerns By Maria Antonova Special to The Moscow Times Igor Tabakov / MT Mironov addressing the fraud victims‘ conference in Moscow on Thursday.

Democracy in all its messy manifestations appeared in the unlikeliest of places last Thurs >>>


      LEGAL ISSUES AT THE CURRENT STAGE OF MARKET DEVELOPMENT
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 10. Legal Issues at the Current Stage of Market Development By Roman Kozlov Partner, Beiten Burkhardt The current stabilization of residential market price development has not yet extended to the commercial real estate market, with demand for high–quality commercial real >>>


      TRADE CENTER PLANS TO RAISE $120M IN IPO
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 8. Trade Center Plans to Raise $120M in IPO Combined Reports WTC Moscow, a hotel and business center in the capital, plans to raise as much as $120 million by selling shares to pay for new buildings, two investors who were asked to buy the stock said.

WTC, which owns >>>


      TRENDS IN COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 10. Trends in Commercial Real Estate By Maxim Temnikov Chairman of the executive committee, Mirax Group The Moscow commercial real estate market is in a rapid growth process.

Total investments in the segment could reach $4 billion by the end of the year, and for the f >>>


      A POPULAR ADVERSARY
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page '. A Popular Adversary 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– >>>


      BAN IS SLAPPED ON RICE IMPORTS
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 1. Ban Is Slapped on Rice Imports By Simon Shuster Staff Writer The Agriculture Ministry‘s food safety watchdog banned all rice imports Monday and said they would not resume until a tighter inspection system was established next year.

Lovers of plov and sushi ha >>>


      BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 17. Bohemian Rhapsody By Nathan Toohey Staff Writer Nathan Toohey / MT Czech cinema and Czech beer come together at Barrandov restaurant.

The new Czech beer restaurant Barrandov is named after a renowned cinema studio in Prague where such movies as Amadeus, Mission Im >>>


      BRITISH DETECTIVES ARRIVE IN MOSCOW
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 3. British Detectives Arrive in Moscow Combined Reports Geert Vanden Wijngaert / AP British Home Secretary John Reid leaving the EU Council building Monday after a meeting with security officials.

London Metropolitan Police investigators probing the poisoning death of >>>


      BUSINESSMEN AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page '. Businessmen and Freedom of the Press 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 sent b >>>


      DAVIS CUP HERO SAFIN SILENCES HIS CRITICS
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 24. Davis Cup Hero Safin Silences His Critics By Gennady Fyodorov Reuters Misha Japaridze / AP Safin celebrating after securing Russia the Davis Cup in Moscow on Sunday.

Marat Safin, heavily criticized by the media for his perceived arrogance and flamboyant lifestyle, >>>


      FINDING THE RIGHT ANSWER FOR EVERYONE
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page '. Finding the Right Answer for Everyone Editorial To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

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


      FRADKOV, ALIYEV TRY TO RESOLVE ENERGY STANDOFF
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 5. Fradkov, Aliyev Try to Resolve Energy Standoff By Miriam Elder Staff Writer Burhan Ozbilici / AP Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov held talks with officials in Azerbaijan on Monday in an effort to prevent simmering oil and gas disputes from s >>>


      FRAUD VICTIMS AIR THEIR CONCERNS
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 8. Fraud Victims Air Their Concerns By Maria Antonova Special to The Moscow Times Igor Tabakov / MT Mironov addressing the fraud victims‘ conference in Moscow on Thursday.

Democracy in all its messy manifestations appeared in the unlikeliest of places last Thurs >>>


      GEORGIAN WOMAN DIES IN DETENTION
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 1. Georgian Woman Dies in Detention By Nabi Abdullaev Staff Writer Novaya Gazeta Friends say Manana Dzhabelia, top center, died in a detention center because she was not given medical care.

Manana Dzhabelia, 50, died of a heart attack Saturday while being held in a Mo >>>


      KRAMNIK RUNNING OUT OF CHANCES
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 24. Kramnik Running Out of Chances By Robert Huntington The Associated Press BONN, Germany –– World chess champion Vladimir Kramnik drew against computer program Deep Fritz on Sunday, after a tense struggle in the fifth game of the Man vs. Machine match.

T >>>


      NEW RESTAURANT LEAVES DINERS IN THE DARK
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 1. New Restaurant Leaves Diners in the Dark By Kevin O‘Flynn Staff Writer Michael Eckels / MT Waitress Yelena Mironova, right, preparing for the lunch rush last week at Moscow‘s new V Temnote restaurant.

Yelena Mironova is a waitress who knows her way arou >>>


      PRIEST AND HIS FAMILY APPARENTLY KILLED BY ARSONISTS
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 3. Priest and His Family Apparently Killed by Arsonists By Carl Schreck Staff Writer For MT Father Andrei Nikolayev A Russian Orthodox priest, his wife and three children burned to death Saturday in an apparent arson attack in the Tver region.

Prosecutors have labeled >>>


      SKATERS TAKE TO THE ICE IN RED SQUARE
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 3. Skaters Take to the Ice in Red Square By Kevin O‘Flynn Staff Writer Igor Tabakov / MT Children stretching out before they take to the ice on Red Square. The ice rink, which opened to the public Monday, was built by GUM.

The unseasonably warm temperatures made >>>


      STRIKE A CHORD
      The Moscow Times, 05-12-2006
     Tuesday, December 5, 2006. Issue 3554. Page 15. Strike a Chord By Katya Nazarova Special to The Moscow Times Alexander Antonov / For MT If you want to be a rock star, the life of the party, or even just the diva of your dvor, then the idea of learning guitar might turn you on.

Although many successful musicians >>>


      HCM CITY TO STRIVE FOR 12.5% GDP GROWTH IN 2007
      Nhan Dan, 05-12-2006
     The 8th executive board of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee at its meeting on December 4 passed 14 targets for the city‘s socio–economic development and the budget estimate for 2007, with the gross domestic products (GDP) set to increase 12.2–12.5%.

The city expects to raise its export rev >>>


      TYPHOON CLAIMS 15 DEATHS
      Nhan Dan, 05-12-2006
     Damages caused by Durian in Can Tho.

At least 15 people died when severe tropical storm Durian hit southern Vietnam, destroying thousands of boats and houses on Tuesday morning. Tens of thousands of people in south–central coastal areas were evacuated by Monday evening.

Last night, the fierce Typ >>>


      TYPHOON DURIAN HITS SOUTHERN LOCALITIES
      Nhan Dan, 05-12-2006
     Damages caused by Durian in Can Tho.

Typhoon Durian, packing winds of up to 117 kilometres per hour, is moving along the south–central coast from Binh Thuan to Ben Tre provinces is expected to sweep through the southern hub of Ho Chi Minh City and its neighbouring localities.

During the next 24 h >>>


      VIETNAM EFFECTIVELY USES EU‘S ASSISTANCE
      Nhan Dan, 05-12-2006
     Finnish Ambassador to Vietnam, Kari Alanko, affirmed that Vietnam has effectively used development assistance from the European Union (EU).

Addressing a launching ceremony in Hanoi on December 4 for the EU‘s "Blue Book" on development co–operation activities from the EU in Vietnam, Alanko >>>


      VIETNAM, LAOS, CAMBODIA PROMOTE DEVELOPMENT TRIANGLE
      Nhan Dan, 05-12-2006
     Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his counterparts from Laos and Cambodia, Bouasone Bouphavanh and Samdech Hun Sen, arrived in Da Lat, the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, on December 4, for their fourth summit to discuss measures to build the Vietnam–Laos–Cambodia development triangle.

The >>>


      VIETNAMESE LEADERS CONGRATULATE THAI KING ON BIRTHDAY
      Nhan Dan, 05-12-2006
     President Nguyen Minh Triet on December 4 sent a message of congratulations to Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej on his 7'th birthday and Thai National Day (December 5).

The same day, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and Foreign Minister Pham Gia Khiem cabled similar congratulatory messages to their Thai counterpa >>>


      BLAIR UNVEILS PLANS FOR NUCLEAR ARSENAL
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     London—Prime Minister Tony Blair laid out plans Monday for a new multibillion–dollar submarine–based nuclear arsenal, warning lawmakers the future may hold perilous threats from rogue regimes and state–sponsored terrorists.

In what is expected to be among his last major acts as premier, Blair >>>


      BUSH ACCEPTS BOLTON’S UN RESIGNATION
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Washington—Unable to win Senate confirmation, U.N. Ambassador John Bolton will step down when his temporary appointment expires within weeks, the White House said Monday.

Bolton’s nomination has languished in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for more than a year, blocked by Democrats and several Republica >>>


      COALITION PARTNERS SHALL REMAIN ON–BOARD: PM NO THREAT TO DEMOCRACY; PML HIERARCHY REVIEWS POLITICAL SCENARIO MAHMOOD HUSSAIN
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Mahmood Hussain PML President Chaudhary Shujaat Hussain presided over the meeting, which was also attended by Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz, the Party Secretary General Mushahid Hussain Sayed and the Chief Ministers of Punjab and Sindh, Chaudhry Pervez Elahi and Dr. Arbab Ghulam Rahim.

The Prime Minister indicate >>>


      INTERACTION TO GIVE IMPETUS TO INDO–PAK PEACE PROCESS: FAROOQ
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     New Delhi—Deputy Convener of Mutihida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and leader of Parliamentary Party in the National Assembly Dr Farooq Sattar on Monday said that interaction between political parties of India and Pakistan would help provide an impetus to the ongoing peace process and bonhomie between the two countries.

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      KASHMIR NOT AN ISSUE FOR US: SENATOR BIDEN
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Washington—Senator Joseph Biden, incoming Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman, has said Kashmir is not an issue for the United States to resolve and he will not bring up the matter without «consultations with India».

«I don’t think we can determine, we the United States, how it should >>>


      KASURI TO VISIT AFGHANISTAN FROM THURSDAY AROOSA ALAM
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Aroosa Alam Islamabad—Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri will pay a three day visit to Afghanistan from Thursday to hold talks with the Afghan leadership on different issues including bilateral relations.

This was stated by the Foreign Office spokesperson Ms. Tasneem Aslam in her weekly briefing Monday af >>>


      MMA MNA RESIGNS
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Hyderabad—Muttahida Majlis–e–Ammal MNA, Dr. Sahibzada Abul Khair Muhammad Zubair on Monday resigned from National Assembly in protest against the enactment of Women Protection Bill, which, he said, is repugnant to Quran and Sunnat.

Zubair, who is also Senior Vice President of Jamiat–e–Ul >>>


      MUSHARRAF OPPOSES INDEPENDENT J&K READY TO GIVE UP CLAIM IF INDIA ACCEPTS PAK SOLUTION
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     J&K
New Delhi—Disfavouring «independence» for Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has said his country would give up claim on the state if India accepts his four–point solution that includes demilitarisation and «self–governance with joint supervision mechanism&ra >>>


      NATO CLAIMS TO KILL 70 TALIBAN
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Kabul—NATO troops killed 70 Taliban in a fierce battle in southern Afghanistan, the alliance said on Monday.

A reconnaissance patrol hunting Taliban engaged a large group of fighters on Sunday about ' miles from the village of Musa Qala in Helmand, a stronghold of the Islamist guerrillas and the main opium& >>>


      NINE US TROOPS KILLED OVER THE WEEKEND IN IRAQ US COPTER GOES DOWN, ONE MORE MARINE KILLED, 3 MISSING
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Baghdad—Insurgents killed nine US troops across Iraq over the weekend, the military said Monday.

Two soldiers were killed and two wounded by an explosion near their vehicle on Sunday during operations in northern Iraq.

Earlier Sunday the military had reported deaths of seven other servicemen across the >>>


      PAKISTAN VISIBLY BACK ON WORLD MAP: PM
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Business Sports Voice of People Archive Contact Abdul Sattar Dr Jassim Taqui Dr Samiullah Koreshi Dr Niloufer Mahdi Active Visitors: 52 Total Hits: 20427077 Pakistan visibly back on world map: PM Islamabad—Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz on Monday said Pakistan is now visibly back on the world map, as clearly manifested >>>


      PRESIDENT URGES CRICKET TEAM TO WIN WORLD CUP
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Business Sports Voice of People Archive Contact Abdul Sattar Dr Jassim Taqui Dr Samiullah Koreshi Dr Niloufer Mahdi Active Visitors: 52 Total Hits: 20427080 President urges cricket team to win World Cup Announces Rs 5 m cash award for Muhammad Yousuf «I back the Pakistan team to win the World Cup but to achiev >>>


      RAINS PLAY HAVOC IN KARACHI, 6 DIE. EMERGENCY DECLARED IN 18 TOWNS 3 KILLED IN PESHAWAR BUILDING COLLAPSE .SNOWFALL CONTINUES IN HILLY AREAS JOHIN THAKUR DAS/ AFZAL MALIK ...
      Pakistan Observer, 05-12-2006
     Johin Thakur Das/ Afzal Malik Khan The City Nazim Syed Mustafa has directed the officials in all the towns to attend to suffering people for 24 hours while making sure that all the staff members are present at the complaint centers.

The rains continued intermittently throughout Sunday–Monday night while h >>>


      &#132;DIE LEUTE RENNEN UNS DIE BUDE EIN&#147;
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     40 Prozent mehr Umsatz: Das "Polonium" in Sheffield 05. Dezember 2006 Ein Restaurant im mittelenglischen Sheffield hat seit dem Mord an dem früheren russischen Spion Alexander Litwinenko plötzlich viel mehr Gäste als zuvor. Der Grund: Das polnische Lokal heißt wie der radioaktive Stoff, mit >>>


      &#132;DURIAN&#147;: TOTE AUCH IN VIETNAM
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     05. Dezember 2006 Aktuell Gesellschaft Katastrophen Gesellschaft Aktuell Menschen Katastrophen Umwelt Kriminalität Mode Gesundheit Wetter Berlin 15° Hamburg 14° Frankfurt 16° München 15°

FAZ.NET–Angebote FAZ.NET–Services Taifun Durian: Tote auch in Vietnam "Durian& >>>


      AMERIKANER GESTEHT 23 MORDE
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Trauer um den Sohn – Opfer eines Serienmörders in Louisiana?
05. Dezember 2006 Ein Serienmord beschäftigt die Polizei von Houma im amerikanischen Bundesstaat Louisana. Ein Amerikaner hat 23 Morde im Obdachlosenmilieu gestanden.

Der 42 Jahre alte Ronald Joseph Dominique, der wegen zwei Morden >>>


      BAYERN WILL AUCH SPIELER BESTRAFEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Darf auch "Counterstrike" bald nicht mehr gespielt werden?
05. Dezember 2006 Bayern hat erste konkrete Pläne für ein Verbot sogenannter Killerspiele vorgelegt. Demnach will Innenminister Günther Beckstein (CSU) den Gewaltdarstellungs–Paragrafen 131 des Strafgesetzbuchs so ändern, >>>


      DAS NEUE KALORIAT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Von Christian Schwägerl Vom Wohlstands– zum Armutsmerkmal: Übergewicht 17. Oktober 2006 Als Kalorien noch knapp waren, galt es nicht nur auf Südseeinseln als schick, eine gewisse Leibesfülle zur Schau zu stellen. Seht her, ich kann mir Zucker und Fett leisten: Diese Botschaft durfte bei armen P >>>


      EIN TOTER UND VERLETZTE BEI UNFALL AM FRANKFURTER KREUZ
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     16° München 15°

FAZ.NET–Angebote FAZ.NET–Services A 5 Ein Toter und Verletzte bei Unfall am Frankfurter Kreuz 05. Dezember 2006 Bei einem schweren Verkehrsunfall mit drei Personenwagen und zwei Lkw sind am Dienstag morgen am Frankfurter Kreuz ein Mann getötet und vier weitere zum >>>


      FAMILIENDRAMA IN MARZAHN WAR WOHL SELBSTMORD
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     04. Dezember 2006 Bei einem Familiendrama in Berlin–Marzahn sind vier Menschen ums Leben gekommen, darunter eine 53 Jahre alte Frau und ihre beiden schwerbehinderten erwachsenen Kinder, ein 34 Jahre alter Sohn und eine 22 Jahre alte Tochter.

Alle drei lagen erwürgt in ihren Betten, teilte ein Spreche >>>


      FLUG F'6;LLT DURCH STREIK AUS: AIRLINE MUß ZAHLEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Flug gestrichen wegen Streiks? Passagiere können Schadenersatz fordern 05. Dezember 2006 Passagiere haben Anspruch auf Schadenersatz, wenn ein Flug wegen eines Streiks gestrichen worden ist. Das berichtet die Fachzeitschrift NJW – Rechtsprechungsreport Zivilrecht unter Berufung auf ein Urteil des Amtsgerichts >>>


      IM BORAT–PROZEß KEINE LACHER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Von Katja Gelinsky, Washington Rumänien, nicht Kasachstan: "Borat" in seinem angeblichen Heimatdorf 05. Dezember 2006 Wer zuletzt über die Filmkomödie Borat lachen wird, ist noch nicht entschieden. Das wird vom Ausgang eines Gerichtsverfahrens in New York abhängen, in dem es um Millionenfor >>>


      IM STREIT UM GELD: MIETER ERSCHL'6;GT HAUSBESITZERIN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     05. Dezember 2006 Im Streit um die Miete hat ein Mann in Frankfurt–Preungesheim seine Vermieterin erschlagen. Wie die Polizei weiter berichtete, alarmierte der 37 Jahre alte Mann unmittelbar nach seiner Tat am Montag abend den Rettungsdienst und die Polizei. Die Beamten nahmen den Mann fest und wollten ihn noch am >>>


      MILLIONENBETRUG IN FRANKFURT AUFGEDECKT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     16° München 15° FAZ.NET–Angebote FAZ.NET–Services Organisierte Kriminalität Millionenbetrug in Frankfurt aufgedeckt Schnappt nicht nur Zigarettenschmuggler: der hessische Zoll 05. Dezember 2006 Das Hauptzollamt am Frankfurter Flughafen hat einen Fall von schwerer organisierter Kriminalit& >>>


      NASA WILL BIS 2024 MONDBASIS REALISIEREN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Nasa–Pläne: Die Menschheit greift nach dem Mond 05. Dezember 2006 Mit einer internationalen Station auf dem Mond will die amerikanische Raumfahrtbehörde Nasa die Erschließung des Weltraums vorantreiben.

Die Entscheidung für den Aufbau einer permanenten Station bis zum Jahr 2024 sei nac >>>


      SCHWARZWILD IST BESONDERS GEFÜRCHTET
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Von Ewald Hetrodt Tödlicher Wildwechsel: Rehe verursachen besonders häufig Unfälle 04. Dezember 2006 Der Spessart ist das größte zusammenhängende Waldgebiet Deutschlands, und die ihn durchquerende Autobahn 3 zählt zu den am meisten befahrenen Strecken der Republik. Trotzdem prallen Ziv >>>


      TALER SOLLEN‘S RICHTEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Die Guck–Währung 04. Dezember 2006 Zuviel Fernsehen macht dumm. Aber Kinder wollen nun mal fernsehen. Da muß man ihnen von frühester Kindheit an Grenzen setzen, wenn man später nicht jeden Tag aufs neue diskutieren will. Allen Eltern, die das nicht hinbekommen, wünscht man Linderung. Um di >>>


      UNFALL LÖST VERKEHRSCHAOS AM FRANKFURTER KREUZ AUS
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     13° München 12°

FAZ.NET–Angebote FAZ.NET–Services A 5 Unfall löst Verkehrschaos am Frankfurter Kreuz aus 05. Dezember 2006 Bei einem schweren Auffahrunfall mit drei Personenwagen und zwei Lkw sind am frühen Dienstag morgen auf der A 5 kurz vor dem Frankfurter Kreuz ein junge >>>


      VERWIRRENDES RAUCHVERBOT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Von Jacqueline Vogt So wird es nicht mehr lange sein: Bald müssen die Raucher ins Séparée 04. Dezember 2006 Wenn schon, dann hätte man es anders machen müssen. Das ist der Tenor vieler Kommentare, die Gastronomen und ihre Interessenvertreter zu den am Wochenende bekanntgewordenen Rauchverbots&nd >>>


      VIEL L'6;RM UM BORAT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Ein kasachischer Kosmopolit? Borat in Sidney 13. November 2006 Sacha Baron Cohen, derzeit auch in amerikanischen Kinos unvermeidlich als kasachischer Fernsehreporter, Gaglieferant und Provokateur namens Borat, könnte sich mit seiner nicht ganz liebenswerten Dokumentarfiktion vor Gericht verantworten müssen. Zw >>>


      &#132;KILLERSPIELE&#147; SENKEN SELBSTKONTROLLE UND KONZENTRATION
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     05. Dezember 2006 Aktuell Gesellschaft Gesundheit Gesellschaft Aktuell Menschen Katastrophen Umwelt Kriminalität Mode Gesundheit FAZ.NET fragt

Zigaretten nur für Erwachsene? Ja, ein Verkaufsverbot an Jugendliche ist überfällig Nein, dann würden Heranwachsende entmündigt Ja, Jugendl >>>


      10 MILLIONEN DEUTSCHE ARM ODER VON ARMUT BEDROHT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Viele Bürger brauchen bei ihrer grundlegenden Versorgung Hilfe 05. Dezember 2006 In Deutschland sind 13 Prozent der Bevölkerung arm oder von Armut bedroht. 10,6 Millionen Menschen müssen mit weniger als 60 Prozent des Durchschnittseinkommens auskommen und gelten nach dieser relativen Definition als arm od >>>


      BAYERN WILL AUCH SPIELER BESTRAFEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Darf auch "Counterstrike" bald nicht mehr gespielt werden?
05. Dezember 2006 Bayern hat erste konkrete Pläne für ein Verbot sogenannter Killerspiele vorgelegt. Demnach will Innenminister Günther Beckstein (CSU) den Gewaltdarstellungs–Paragrafen 131 des Strafgesetzbuchs so ändern, >>>


      BAYERN WILL AUCH SPIELER BESTRAFEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Darf auch "Counterstrike" bald nicht mehr gespielt werden?
05. Dezember 2006 Bayern hat erste konkrete Pläne für ein Verbot sogenannter Killerspiele vorgelegt. Demnach will Innenminister Günther Beckstein (CSU) den Gewaltdarstellungs–Paragrafen 131 des Strafgesetzbuchs so ändern, >>>


      BERESOWSKIJ KENNT DIE GEFAHR
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Von Christiane Hoffmann Boris Abramowitsch Beresowskij verließ Ende 2000 Rußland nach Kritik an Putin 04. Dezember 2006 Fast war es still um ihn geworden, nun ist er wieder in den Schlagzeilen: der russische Tycoon Boris Abramowitsch Beresowskij, dessen Name zusammen mit dem des ermordeten ehemaligen Agenten A >>>


      BOLTON VERZICHTET AUF POSTEN DES UN–BOTSCHAFTERS
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Nun heißt es Abschied nehmen 05. Dezember 2006 Der umstrittene amerikanische Botschafter bei den Vereinten Nationen, John Bolton, hat seinen Rücktritt eingereicht. Das teilte das Weiße Haus am Montag mit. Zuvor war klar geworden, daß der künftig demokratisch beherrschte Senat Boltons im Januar a >>>


      BRITISCHE ERMITTLER NEHMEN ARBEIT IN MOSKAU AUF
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Der frühere russische Ministerpräsident Gaidar 05. Dezember 2006 Eine Gruppe britischer Ermittler hat im Fall des vergifteten Kreml–Kritikers Alexander Litwinenko ihre Arbeit in der russischen Hauptstadt Moskau aufgenommen. Die Beamten von Scotland Yard gäben über den Stand ihrer Ermittlungen k >>>


      DAS SYSTEM CH'3;VEZ
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Hugo Chávez gibt sich revolutionär – das Land hat er sich Schritt für Schritt dienstbar gemacht 04. Dezember 2006 Hugo Chavez ist eine Macht für sich, von der alle Anregungen ausgehen, um die alle Verhandlungen kreisen und auf die sich alle Forderungen konzentrieren. So hat der frühere Pla >>>


      DIE ANGST VOR DEM FUNKEN, DER DAS FEUER ENTFACHT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Von Rainer Hermann, Beirut In Beirut droht eine Eskalation 05. Dezember 2006 Ali Muassin zieht den Rauch der Wasserpfeife ein. Kurz zischt die rote Glut auf. Dann reicht er den Schlauch der Nargile an seine Freunde weiter. Auf weißen Plastikstühlen sitzen sie in einem Kreis vor dem Zelt, in dem sie die Nacht v >>>


      DIPLOMATENLOGE
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Einführung in die Außenpolitik 02. Dezember 2006 Wilfried von Bredow ist ein exzellenter Kenner seines Faches Politikwissenschaft, der außerdem noch schreiben kann. Die vorliegende Einführung bereitet Lesevergnügen, verwirrt aber gleichzeitig etwas. Das Buch beginnt mit der Frage nach einem deut >>>


      EIN ZWEITES RUANDA?
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Von Wolfgang Günter Lerch Seit drei Jahren schon wüten arabische Reitermilizen in Darfur 05. Dezember 2006 Immer beunruhigender klingen die Nachrichten aus den Problemzonen Sudans. Seit drei Jahren vollzieht sich in der Westprovinz Darfur Schreckliches, sterben Zigtausende entweder durch die Gewalt, die im Nam >>>


      EU WILL VERHANDLUNGEN MIT ANKARA TEILWEISE AUSSETZEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Kaczynski, Chirac und Merkel beim Treffen des „Weimarer Dreiecks” in Mettlach 05. Dezember 2006 Der finnische Ministerpräsident und amtierende EU–Ratsvorsitzende Vanhanen hat sich am Dienstag in Brüssel für eine teilweise Aussetzung der Verhandlungen mit der Türkei ausge >>>


      FIDSCHIPUTSCH
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Von Jochen Buchsteiner Vierter Putsch in knapp zwanzig Jahren 05. Dezember 2006 Es war ein Putsch auf Raten, deren letzte der Armeechef in Form einer Vollzugsmeldung leistete: Seit heute abend, sechs Uhr, sagte der oberste Soldat der Fidschi–Inseln, Frank Bainimarama am Dienstag, hat das Militär die Regierung >>>


      FREUDLOS
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     05. Dezember 2006 K.F. Es ist zu hoffen, daß angesichts der Konfusion in Sachen EU und Türkei wenigstens einige Fachleute noch die Übersicht behalten.

Da wird mit der Aussetzung von acht sogenannten Verhandlungskapiteln gedroht – wegen der Weigerung Ankaras, die Zollunion auf Zypern auszude >>>


      KABILAS BRINGSCHULD
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 05-12-2006
     Von Thomas Scheen Soldaten der Bundeswehr kehren nach Deutschland zurück 05. Dezember 2006 Eufor packt in Kongo die Koffer, und das ist richtig, denn es gibt für die europäischen Soldaten nichts mehr zu tun in dem Land.

Das Mandat ist beendet. Ein Aufflammen von neuen Kämpfen zwischen Kabila >>>



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