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      COP KILLER EXECUTED IN TENNESSEE
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:01 PM AP Photo TNMH105, TNMH104 By ROSE FRENCH Associated Press Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – A man convicted of killing a Memphis police officer in 1'81 was executed early Wednesday after a court rejected defense pleas for more time to examine newly revised execution protocols.
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      CUBAN MILITANT‘S INDICTMENT TOSSED OUT
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 1:16 AM EL PASO, Texas (AP) – A federal judge on Tuesday threw out an indictment accusing a Cuban militant of lying to immigration authorities, saying the government manipulated Luis Posada Carriles‘ statement to investigators.

U.S. District Judge Kathleen Cardone said the >>>


      CURBS ON SATELLITE PHOTOS MAY BE NEEDED
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 7:01 AM By KATHERINE SHRADER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – The director of a little–known U.S. spy agency that analyzes imagery from the skies says that the increasing availability of commercial satellite photos may require the government to restrict distribution.
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      DEM LEADERS BRIEF PARTY ON NEW IRAQ PLAN
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 6:01 AM AP Photo DCLB110, NY143 By ANNE FLAHERTY Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – House Democratic leaders briefed party members Tuesday on new legislation that would fund the Iraq war through July, then give Congress the option of cutting off money if conditions do not improve.< >>>


      DOJ: PROSECUTOR IN MADAM LIST LONG DEAD
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 1:16 AM WASHINGTON (AP) – A career Justice Department prosecutor‘‘ identified in a news report as a client of alleged Washington madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey has been dead for nearly three years, the Justice Department said Tuesday.

An ABC News report Friday >>>


      DOZENS OF CASUALTIES IN IRAQ BOMB
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 7:01 AM BAGHDAD (AP) – A large truck bomb exploded Wednesday outside the Interior Ministry in the Kurdish city of Irbil, causing dozens of casualties, security officials said.

Kurdish television showed footage of a building that had been almost completely destroyed. Rubble lay in >>>


      DULLES CONTROL TOWER EVACUATED FOR FUMES
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 6:31 PM CHANTILLY, Va. (AP) – Fumes from a work site forced air traffic controllers to evacuate their tower at Dulles International Airport and shift to a backup facility for about two hours Wednesday.

The fumes were reported about 10 a.m., and firefighters ordered the tower clea >>>


      ER IN IRAQ: AWFUL LOT‘ OF CASUALTIES
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 6:46 AM AP Photo BAG501, BAG502, BAG503, BAG504 By THOMAS WAGNER Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD (AP) – The nurse was surprised the two soldiers were still alive.

The day before, the men were carried into the emergency room at Ibn Sina Hospital in Baghdad‘s fortress–l >>>


      EVACUATIONS, SANDBAGGING IN MISSOURI
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 6:46 PM AP Photo KSHUT110, MOSTN105, MOSB106, MOSB108, MOSTN106 By HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH Associated Press Writer KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Flood water topped at least 20 levees protecting low–lying communities along the Missouri River and other nearby streams, authorities said Wednesd >>>


      FED EXPECTED TO KEEP RATES STEADY
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:46 PM By MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – It‘s been nearly a year since the Federal Reserve last changed interest rates and there are no expectations the central bank is going to deviate from its stay–the–course policy any time soon.

Fe >>>


      HAITIAN MIGRANTS CLAIM BOAT RAMMED THEM
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 1:16 AM PORT–AU–PRINCE, Haiti (AP) – Haitian Migrants claim a Turks and Caicos naval vessel rammed their crowded sailboat twice before it capsized last week, killing dozens of people, the director–general of Haiti‘s National Migration Office said Tuesday.

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      ISRAELI–ARAB PEACEMAKING EFFORTS SET
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 1:01 AM AP Photo JRL124, JRL108, JRL110, JRL02 By LAURIE COPANS Associated Press Writer JERUSALEM (AP) – Efforts to revive Israeli–Palestinian peacemaking shift into higher gear in the coming week, with Prime Minister Ehud Olmert traveling to Jordan and his foreign minister heading >>>


      KAN. RESIDENTS WEIGH WHETHER TO REBUILD
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:46 PM AP Photo KSCR131, KSCR128, KSCR124, KSHUT103, KSWIE103, MDCD101 By JOHN HANNA Associated Press Writer GREENSBURG, Kan. (AP) – For five years, Omero Carrillo worked on his old home, studying period decor, painting and refinishing floors, only to see the tornado that leveled most of >>>


      LA IMMIGRANT ACTIVISTS PLAN JUNE RALLY
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 4:01 PM AP Photo LA123, CARS102 By ANDREW GLAZER Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) – A week after a pro–immigration rally was broken up by police using batons and rubber bullets, activists announced plans to march again next month to refocus attention on their pleas for a pat >>>


      LONGTIME N. IRELAND FOES UNITE TO GOVERN
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:31 AM AP Photo LON133, LON137, LON151, XBFT114 By SHAWN POGATCHNIK Associated Press Writer BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) – Bitter enemies from Northern Ireland‘s bloody past joined forces Tuesday atop a new Northern Ireland government, a once–unimaginable achievement that b >>>


      MASS. GOVERNOR PUSHES $1B STEM–CELL BILL
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 10:01 AM By KEN MAGUIRE Associated Press Writer BOSTON (AP) – Gov. Deval Patrick proposed Tuesday that Massachusetts invest $1 billion investment in the biotechnology industry and challenge California as a hub for stem–cell research.

Patrick‘s 10–year plan was r >>>


      MILITANTS BOMB 3 PIPELINES IN NIGERIA
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 7:01 AM By KATHARINE HOURELD Associated Press Writer LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) – Militants staged coordinated attacks on three pipelines Tuesday, inflicting the worst damage on Nigeria‘s vital oil infrastructure in more than a year and signaling an escalation in hostilities that caused wo >>>


      MILITANTS SAY 3 NIGERIA PIPELINES BOMBED
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 1:16 AM By KATHERINE HOURELD Associated Press Writer LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) – The main militant group in restive southern Nigeria said Tuesday it had bombed three major oil pipelines, disrupting production in two oil fields.

Meanwhile, private security contractors said eight Filipin >>>


      MODERATE RE–ELECTED AS TEHRAN MAYOR
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 5:46 PM By NASSER KARIMI Associated Press Writer TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – The Tehran City Council defied hard–line government pressure on Wednesday, re–electing a moderate–leaning mayor who is seen as a potential rival to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

The government >>>


      MSHA: LIGHTNING FOLLOWED CABLE INTO SAGO
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:31 PM By VICKI SMITH Associated Press Writer BUCKHANNON, W.Va. (AP) – A lightning bolt likely traveled down a pump cable inside a sealed section of the Sago Mine, where it touch off the methane blast blamed for the deaths of 12 miners last year, the federal Mine Safety and Health Admini >>>


      OFFICER INJURED IN KAN. TORNADO DIES
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:31 AM By ROXANA HEGEMAN Associated Press Writer GREENSBURG, Kan. (AP) – Officer Robert Tim Buckman was rushing to warn rural residents of the approaching storm that had just destroyed Greensburg when the tornado crushed his squad car flung it 300 yards into a field.

Buckman, 46 >>>


      PATRICK PUSHES $1B BIOTECH INVESTMENT
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 10:01 AM AP Photo MACK106 By KEN MAGUIRE Associated Press Writer BOSTON (AP) – Gov. Deval Patrick proposed Tuesday that Massachusetts invest $1 billion in the biotechnology industry and challenge California as a hub for stem–cell research.

Patrick‘s 10–year plan >>>


      PENTAGON PREPARES 35,000 TROOPS FOR IRAQ
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 10:01 AM AP Photo LAAB105 By LOLITA C. BALDOR and ANNE FLAHERTY Associated Press Writers WASHINGTON (AP) – The Pentagon on Tuesday alerted more than 35,000 Army soldiers that they could be sent to Iraq this fall. In Congress, House Democrats defiantly pushed a plan to limit war funding to >>>


      PERRY WON‘T VETO VIRUS VACCINATIONS BILL
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 10:01 AM AP Photo TXHC10' By LIZ AUSTIN PETERSON Associated Press Writer AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Gov. Rick Perry on Tuesday said he won‘t veto a bill that would block state officials from following his order that all sixth–grade girls be vaccinated against a virus that causes >>>


      POLE ASSAULT ATTORNEYS IN ZIMBABWE
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 6:31 AM By ANGUS SHAW Associated Press HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) – Riot police violently broke up a demonstration by dozens of lawyers protesting the arrest of two colleagues outside Zimbabwe‘s High Court on Tuesday, beating some of them with riot sticks, the independent Law Society and >>>


      POPE BEGINS PILGRIMAGE TO LATIN AMERICA
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:46 PM AP Photo XAP106, XSI107, XSI106 By VICTOR L. SIMPSON Associated Press Writer VATICAN CITY (AP) – Pope Benedict XVI departed Wednesday on his first pilgrimage to Latin America – a test of the 80–year–old pontiff‘s stamina and how he intends to deal with pre >>>


      POPE HEADS TO BRAZIL
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 6:46 PM AP Photo XAP106, XSI106, XSI108 By VICTOR L. SIMPSON Associated Press Writer ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (AP) – Pope Benedict XVI said Wednesday he supported excommunication for politicians who backed Mexico City‘s decision to legalize abortion, giving a strong message about core >>>


      POPE LAUNCHES BRAZIL TRIP
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:46 PM AP Photo XAP106, XSI107, XSI106 By VICTOR L. SIMPSON Associated Press Writer VATICAN CITY (AP) – Pope Benedict XVI departed Wednesday on his first pilgrimage to Latin America – a test of the 80–year–old pontiff‘s stamina and how he intends to deal with pre >>>


      POPE SENDS MEXICO TOUGH ABORTION MESSAGE
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 6:46 PM AP Photo XAP106, XSI107, XSI106 By VICTOR L. SIMPSON Associated Press Writer ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (AP) – Pope Benedict XVI denounced Mexico City politicians Wednesday for voting to legalize abortion, saying they should no longer receive Communion.

Flying to Latin Americ >>>


      POPE TO CANONIZE FIRST BRAZILIAN SAINT
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:46 PM AP Photo XSI108, XSI106, XSI107, XSI103 By STAN LEHMAN Associated Press Writer SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) – The Franciscan monk who will become Brazil‘s first native–born saint is credited with 5,000 miracle cures, but doctors are skeptical of his works and even a former >>>


      PRO–CHOICE STAND CHALLENGE FOR GIULIANI
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:46 PM AP Photo NY107 By LIZ SIDOTI Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – Presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani has always been known as a rare–breed Republican who favors abortion rights.

As he seeks the GOP nomination in a party dominated by anti–abortion voters, >>>


      QUEEN CONCLUDES VISIT WITH TOAST, JOKE
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 4:01 PM AP Photo DCEV105, DCEV106 By DESMOND BUTLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – The queen had the last laugh. Dispensing with protocol briefly at the formal dinner she hosted for President Bush, Queen Elizabeth said, I wonder whether I should start this toast by sa >>>


      QUEEN CONCLUDES VISIT WITH TOAST, NEEDLE
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:46 PM AP Photo DCEV105, DCEV106 By DESMOND BUTLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – For a very informal president, respite from political woes for George W. Bush came in very formal dinners with Queen Elizabeth II.

In the final scene of an active six–day visit to >>>


      QUEEN ELIZABETH WRAPS UP WHIRLWIND TOUR
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:46 AM AP Photo MDSW104, WX108, WX302 By DESMOND BUTLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – Queen Elizabeth II heard three astronauts describe their work aboard the international space station Tuesday as she neared the end of a whirlwind, six–day U.S. tour.

The crew >>>


      RAIDS ACROSS GERMANY ON G–8 FEARS
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:16 PM By KIRSTEN GRIESHABER Associated Press Writer BERLIN (AP) – Police raided the premises of leftist groups in cities across Germany Wednesday on suspicion of a plot to attack next month‘s G–8 summit.

More than '00 federal and local police officers in cities >>>


      RESTAURANT PULLS BURGERS AFTER INJURY
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 1:01 AM BY SUSANNE M. SCHAFER Associated Press Writer COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – Cracker Barrel pulled hamburgers from hundreds of restaurants after a patron in South Carolina reported cutting her mouth on a piece of metal embedded in a patty, authorities and the restaurant chain said Tuesday. >>>


      RIGHTS GROUP: RUSSIAN LAWYER HARASSED
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:46 AM MOSCOW (AP) – An international rights group accused Russian authorities Tuesday of harassing a lawyer and seeking to disbar her for filing complaints in the European Court of Human Rights about alleged violations.

The International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights sai >>>


      RUSSIAN LEADER: DON‘T HARM WAR MONUMENTS
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 4:01 PM AP Photo MOSB103, MOSB106, MOSB118, MOSB117, MOSB114, MOSB116, MOSB115, MOSB113, MOS12, MOS10, MOSB104 By MIKE ECKEL Associated Press Writer MOSCOW (AP) – In an apparent warning to Estonia, President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday told Russia‘s annual massive Victory Day commem >>>


      SEARCH CONTINUES AT CAMEROON CRASH SITE
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 1:01 AM AP Photo ACAM104, ACAM101, ACAM103, ACAM102 By EMMANUEL TUMANJONG Associated Press Writer MBANGA–PONGO, Cameroon (AP) – Rain complicated the grim work of recovering bodies from a passenger jet submerged in a swamp in central Africa, while the discovery of the flight data rec >>>


      SECURE BORDERS TRUMP DEAL ON IMMIGRATION
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:46 AM By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – The Bush administration and key senators are working on a deal that would delay a sweeping immigration overhaul until the border is fortified and leave illegal immigrants waiting up to 13 more years to gain legal >>>


      SECURITY AT BASES AT 2ND–LOWEST LEVEL
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 10:01 AM AP Photo NJME102 By ROBERT BURNS AP Military Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – Basic security at the nation‘s military installations has been at the next–to–lowest level for more than four years, though commanders at some bases say they have introduced extra measures to >>>


      SPITZER TO ENDORSE CLINTON
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 1:16 AM By MARC HUMBERT Associated Press Writer ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer will put an end to questions about his support for New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton‘s presidential bid with an endorsement next week.

New Yorkers know first hand ho >>>


      STORE CLERK KEY TO FORT DIX PLOT ARRESTS
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 4:01 PM AP Photo NJMD103, TN104, NJMD101 By WAYNE PARRY Associated Press Writer FORT DIX, N.J. (AP) – One drove a cab, three were roofers. The others worked at a 7–Eleven and a supermarket. Their alleged plot to attack Fort Dix was foiled by another blue–collar worker: a store >>>


      STORE CLERK TIP KEY TO FORT DIX PLOT
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:46 PM AP Photo NJMD103, TN104, NJMD101 By WAYNE PARRY Associated Press Writer FORT DIX, N.J. (AP) – One drove a cab, three were roofers. Another worked at a 7–Eleven and a sixth at a supermarket. Their alleged plot to attack Fort Dix was foiled by another blue–collar worker >>>


      SUICIDE TRUCK BOMBER KILLS 1' IN IRAQ
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 10:01 AM AP Photo AMMA105 By RAVI NESSMAN Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD (AP) – A suicide truck bomb ripped through the Interior Ministry in the relatively peaceful Kurdish city of Irbil on Wednesday morning, killing at least 1' people and wounding 80, officials said.

Kurdis >>>


      TIGHTER BORDERS TRUMPS DEAL ON ILLEGALS
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:46 AM By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – The Bush administration and key senators are working on a deal that would delay a sweeping immigration overhaul until the border is fortified and leave illegal immigrants waiting up to 13 more years to gain legal >>>


      TRUCK BOMB KILLS 12 IN IRAQ
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:46 PM AP Photo BAG110, BAG112, BAG108, KUF18 BAGHDAD (AP) – A suicide truck bomb blamed on al–Qaida linked insurgents exploded Wednesday outside the Interior Ministry in the Kurdish city of Irbil, killing at least 12 people and wounding 53, officials said.

Kurdish televi >>>


      TRUCK BOMB KILLS 14 IN IRAQ
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:31 PM AP Photo BAG101 By RAVI NESSMAN Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD (AP) – A suicide truck bomb ripped through the Interior Ministry headquarters in the relatively peaceful Kurdish city of Irbil on Wednesday morning, killing at least 14 people and wounding dozens, officials said.
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      TRUCK BOMB KILLS 15 IN IRAQ
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 12:46 PM BAGHDAD (AP) – A suicide truck bomb blamed on al–Qaida linked insurgents exploded Wednesday outside the Interior Ministry in the Kurdish city of Irbil, killing at least 15 people and wounding 65, security and hospital officials said.

Kurdish television showed foota >>>


      U.S. CLIMBER SAVES FRIEND IN NEW ZEALAND
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 4:01 PM By RAY LILLEY Associated Press Writer WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) – An American student who clambered down ice–covered rocks in the dark seeking help after he and two climbing partners plummeted 1,600 feet down a glacier was credited Wednesday with saving the life of one of >>>


      UNION SUES TSA OVER PERSONAL DATA LOSS
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 10:01 AM By MICHAEL J. SNIFFEN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – Airport security screeners filed suit Tuesday to expand the Transportation Security Administration‘s response to its loss of Social Security numbers, bank data and payroll information for about 100,000 employee >>>


      UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI HIT BY HACKERS
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 3:46 AM COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) – A computer hacker accessed the Social Security numbers of more than 22,000 current or former students at the University of Missouri, the second such attack this year, school officials said Tuesday. The FBI is investigating.

University officials said c >>>


      WHITE HOUSE REBUTS GUARD SHORTAGE CLAIM
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 10:01 AM AP Photo KSOW105, KSOW106 By JENNIFER LOVEN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – The Bush administration and Kansas‘ governor started Tuesday pointing fingers at each other over the response to last week‘s devastating tornado. By lunchtime, both sides had backed >>>


      WILDFIRE BURNS IN MIDDLE OF LOS ANGELES
      Guardian, 09-05-2007
     Wednesday May ', 2007 6:46 AM AP Photo CAMW103 By PETER PRENGAMAN Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) – A wildfire roared across brush–covered hills in the city‘s sprawling Griffith Park on Tuesday, triggering evacuations of homes and some of the city‘s most famous landmarks.

A >>>


      ‘I‘M VERY ASHAMED,‘ SAYS GEORGE MICHAEL AS HE PLEADS GUILTY TO DRUG–DRIVING CHARGE
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     It was perhaps the smallest venue he has ever played. But George Michael still raised quite a stir as he arrived in court yesterday. The singer may be more used to playing nearby Wembley Stadium but Brent Magistrates‘ court ground to a halt to see him stand trial for driving under the influence of drugs.

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      ‘VIRTUAL COURT‘ CASES GO ON TRIAL IN LONDON
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Officials say the ‘virtual courts‘ would cut the need for prisoner transport between police stations and courts Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a millionaire‘ Maddy‘s parents ‘had left her alone before during their holiday‘ Still a >>>


      &#163;2 BILLION LOST TO FRAUD AND ERROR IN TAX CREDITS FIASCO
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     The all–party committee found Chancellor Gordon Brown‘s flagship system was still in meltdown Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love >>>


      ALAN JOHNSTON TAPE ‘SENT BY KIDNAPPERS‘
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Alan Johnston has been missing for four weeks Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a millionaire‘ Still a handful for Mum, the Walton sextuplets at 23 ‘Cracker‘ experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police I lost five beautif >>>


      ATISHOO, ATISHOO ... I‘M OFF TO BOOTS
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Pollution and the warm weather have caused the number of hayfever sufferers to rise Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £'m lottery winn >>>


      BLAIR‘S SON SET TO BECOME A TEACHER
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Nicky Blair will be earning £17,000 working as a teacher in a tough inner city school Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £'m lottery wi >>>


      BLAIR IS RUNNING A ‘GOVERNMENT OF THE LIVING DEAD‘
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a millionaire‘ Maddy‘s parents ‘had left her alone before during their holiday‘ Still a handful for Mum, the Walton sextuplets at 23 We miss the neighbourhood spirit, says man who has lived in same house for  >>>


      BLAIR WILL RESIGN AS PM TOMORROW
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Mr Blair will first inform Government colleagues of his departure at the regular weekly Cabinet meeting tomorrow Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a millionaire‘ Madeleine‘s parents ‘had left her alone before during their holiday‘ Still a handfu >>>


      BROWN BANDWAGON IS READY TO ROLL 24 HOURS AFTER BLAIR BOWS OUT
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a millionaire‘ Still a handful for Mum, the Walton sextuplets at 23 E–fit of Maddy suspect ‘like an egg with a side parting‘ as ‘Cracker‘ experts join the hunt I lost five beautiful friends in M25 ro >>>


      BRUSSELS BACKS DOWN OVER PLANS TO OUTLAW POUNDS AND OUNCES
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Britain is to keep its pounds and ounces. Campaigners are celebrating after the European Commission abandoned its hugely unpopular plan to scrap the historic Imperial measures.

Brussels bureaucrats admitted that forcing traders to use only metric grams and kilos would not be ‘good for business‘.
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      CALIFORNIAN MEN WIN RIGHT TO TAKE WIVES‘ SURNAMES
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger never took his ex–wife Maria Shriver‘s surname Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £&# >>>


      CALL FOR URGENT INQUIRY FOLLOWING DEATH OF 13–YEAR–OLD CARER
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a millionaire‘ Still a handful for Mum, the Walton sextuplets at 23 E–fit of Maddy suspect ‘like an egg with a side parting‘ as ‘Cracker‘ experts join the hunt I lost five beautiful friends in M25 ro >>>


      CONDUCTOR ‘MOLESTED BOYS AFTER PLYING THEM WITH DRINK‘
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     A highly regarded conductor persuaded a teenage boy to abandon a date with a girl before sexually assaulting him, a court heard today.

Purcell expert Robert King, 46, is alleged to have abused his position of trust on a musical residential course – or band camp – by putting his hands down the trouse >>>


      CONRAD BLACK‘S CASH GRAB, BY HIS RIGHT–HAND MAN
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     The accused: Conrad Black arriving at court Below: David Radler the accuser Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £'m lottery winners&lsqu >>>


      CORRIE AXES CHILD ABDUCTION PLOT AFTER MADDY SNATCH
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Coronation Street bosses ditched a storyline about a snatched baby over similarities with the real–life hunt for Madeleine McCann, it emerged today.

Producers on the top–rated ITV1 show axed their main summer plot over fears it too closely echoed the kidnap of toddler Madeleine in Portugal.

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      DANIELLE AND SHILPA ‘KISS AND MAKE UP‘ AT PREMIERE
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Danielle Lloyd has attempted to put the Celebrity Big Brother race row behind her by turning up at the world premiere of Shilpa Shetty‘s new film.

Shetty, 31, dazzled on the red carpet in a pink sari after arriving at the Leicester Square event with her sister.

More.... Video: Shilpa steals the s >>>


      DAUGHTER‘S ILLNESS SPURS JOHNNY DEPP TO FINALLY MARRY VANESSA PARADIS
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Actor Johnny Depp is set to wed long–term girlfriend Vanessa Paradis this summer.

The couple have toyed with the idea in the past but their daughter Lily–Rose‘s recent illness has ‘spurred them into action‘, according to a source.

Scroll down for more Actor Johnny Depp wit >>>


      DAZZLING DEBUT SEASON MARKS BERBATOV OUT AS FERGIE‘S EXPENSIVE MISS
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Sir Alex Ferguson may look back at his title winning season with only a few regrets. Missing out on a Champions League Final is the obvious example.

Not signing Dimitar Berbatov when he had the chance last summer is likely to be another.

The Manchester United manager has admitted he is looking for thre >>>


      DRY SPRING ‘IS NO THREAT TO WATER SUPPLIES‘
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Low flush toilets could be a key weapon in the campaign to save water Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £'m lottery winners‘ mar >>>


      ECHOES OF COLD WAR AS RAF JETS SCRAMBLED TO SEE OFF RUSSIAN SPY PLANES
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     The spectre of the Cold War was raised today after it emerged RAF jets had to be scrambled when Russian aircraft were detected observing a British naval exercise recently.

Two Tornado GR4s roared into action from Leuchars in Fife after a pair of Russian Bear Foxtrot planes popped up on the air base‘s rada >>>


      ERIKSSON WOULD TALK TO TOON, CLAIMS AGENT
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Gerard Houllier and Sven–Goran Eriksson today emerged as potential candidates for the vacant job at Newcastle even though the Magpies have set their sights on Sam Allardyce.

The Lyon boss and the former England manager, both 5', have been heavily linked with the post vacated by Glenn Roeder on Sunday >>>


      ETO‘O IS TOP FERGIE TARGET
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Sir Alex Ferguson has identified Barcelona’s Samuel Eto’o as Manchester United’s No 1 summer transfer target.

The United boss has said he hopes to make three major signings to strengthen the new Premier League champions and Sportsmail understands the first steps have already been taken to sign Cameroon striker >>>


      FAMILY MAN ‘KICKED TO DEATH BY SON OF A MILLIONAIRE‘
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Victim: Mr Langford was a friend of Henley‘s MP Boris Johnson Accused: Kes Ingoldsby Accused: James Diggins Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy >>>


      FANS‘ FURY AS FA CUP TICKETS SELL FOR &#163;2,500
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Fans hit out today as FA Cup final tickets went on sale for up to 2,500 each.

Touts are cashing in as demand to watch Chelsea and Manchester United next week at the new Wembley Stadium pushes prices to record levels.

Supporters are angry that only 50,000 out of '0,000 seats have been shared between >>>


      FIRST–TIME BUYERS SPENDING A QUARTER OF INCOME ON MORTGAGE INTEREST
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Mortgage affordability is at its worst level for 16 years, figures out today showed Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £'m lottery winn >>>


      FIVE YEARS FOR LOVESTRUCK LAWYER WHO HID GANGSTER‘S HEROIN IN HER UNDERWEAR
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     A trainee solicitor who fell for a violent gangster was caught smuggling drugs into prison for him in her boots and knickers.

Kate Dooley‘s fledgling career is in ruins after she admitted hiding heroin and cannabis worth 1,000 to give to 20–yearold armed robber Scott Jeffries.

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      FOUR HELD OVER JULY 7 TERROR ATTACKS
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Four people have been arrested by anti–terror police today in connection with the July 7 attacks Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a millionaire‘ Still a handful for Mum, the Walton sextuplets at 23 ‘Cracker‘ experts join Maddy hunt amid anger a >>>


      G–WIZ ALERT AS THE ELECTRIC CAR FAILS SAFETY TESTS
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Green travel: The electric G–Wiz, Jonathan Ross has one of the vehicles Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £'m lottery winners&ls >>>


      GOVERNMENT BRANDED ‘A JOKE‘ OVER WASTING &#163;1BN INSTALLING NEW COMPUTER SYSTEMS
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £'m lottery winners‘ marriage crumbles The nightmare of the McCanns: There but for the grace o >>>


      HOMEOWNERS SPEND JUST '6 MINUTES CHOOSING A HOME
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     British homeowners spend just '6 minutes viewing a property before making an offer, new research reveals Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you l >>>


      HOMES COSTING &#163;100,000 ‘ON THE BRINK OF EXTINCTION‘
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Homes in London costing less than 100,000 are on the brink of extinction.

Figures show that, for the first time, there are more sales of properties valued at 2 million or above than there are of those costing five figures.

This comes just a decade after the average price of a home in London passed the >>>


      HOW A PINT OF MILK A DAY CAN GIVE YOU SPOTS
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Many a spotty teenager has been told to lay off the chips and chocolate if they want clear skin.

But research suggests they would do much better to cut down on drinking milk.

Teenagers who drink a pint or more of milk a day are almost 50 per cent more likely to develop spots and pimples than those who >>>


      HOW OUR TASTE FOR WINE MATURES LIKE A FINE RED
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Old world wines of France are more popular with older drinkers Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a millionaire‘ Maddy‘s parents ‘had left her alone before during their holiday‘ Still a handful for Mum, the Walton sextuplets at 23 We miss the nei >>>


      I DONATED EGGS TO FRIENDS... NOW I‘VE BEEN LEFT INFERTILE
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Tears: Donna Stickels A woman who gave her eggs to help two childless friends fears she has been left infertile by her act of kindness.

Donna Stickels, 26, revealed her personal ordeal to warn other women about the potential dangers of egg donation.

Her story began seven years ago when she offered to h >>>


      I LOST FIVE BEAUTIFUL FRIENDS IN M25 ROAD CRASH SAYS GROOM
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     The victims (from left): Jon Chandler, Rohan Chadwick, Dr Chris Janaway, Andrew Graney and Dr Matt O‘Donnell The devastated bridegroom who lost five members of his stag party in a horrific motorway crash told of his loss .

James Forrer said the terrible accident on the M25 had claimed the lives of ‘ >>>


      INNOCENT BUS PASSENGER FATALLY STABBED BY CHIP–THROWING MAN
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Richard Whelan was stabbed six or seven times – including a fatal blow to the heart The accused, Anthony Leon Joseph, attacked Richard Whelan after throwing chips at his girlfriend, Kerry Barker, who gave evidence in court Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a mill >>>


      IRISH TEENAGER WINS RIGHT TO TRAVEL TO BRITAIN FOR ABORTION
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     An Irish teenager, known as ‘Miss D‘, has won her battle to have an adortion in Britain (posed by model) Most popular stories News » Entire site » Family man ‘kicked to death by son of a millionaire‘ Maddy‘s parents ‘had left her alone before during their holiday‘ Still a handfu >>>


      JOURNALIST ORDERED TO GIVE EVIDENCE IN BECKHAM SLANDER ACTION
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     David West was allegedly deacribed as an Arthur Daley type A businessman has won the first round in his battle to bring a slander action against David and Victoria Beckham.

David West 62, claims he was told he was not welcome at the couple‘s Full Length and Fabulous charity ball at their Hertfordshire hom >>>


      LILY LAUNCHES ‘LILY LOVES‘ COLLECTION – AND DAD KEITH COMES TOO
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Pop star Lily Allen launched her new collection for New Look at their flagship London store – and brought dad Keith along for moral support.

With free beer in hand, the comedian Keith Allen posed with his daughter Lily at the launch party for her clothing collection, Lily Loves, for the high street retail >>>


      LILY LOSES OUT TO KATE IN HIGH STREET SHOWDOWN
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     She has been working overtime to hype the launch of her New Look range, but with barely a soul turning up to its Oxford Street debut, Lily Allen might finally be lost for words.

There was a startling lack of interested customers as the high street chain opened its doors in London on Wednesday morning – ma >>>


      LLOYD ATTEMPTS TO PUT BB RACE ROW BEHIND HER AT SHILPA‘S PREMIERE
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Danielle Lloyd has attempted to put the Celebrity Big Brother race row behind her by turning up at the world premiere of Shilpa Shetty‘s new film.

Shetty, 31, dazzled on the red carpet in a pink sari after arriving at the Leicester Square event with her sister.

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      M25 STAG–PARTY CRASH MAY DELAY OUR WEDDING SAYS GROOM
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     The groom whose best man and four other stag party guests were killed in an M25 crash may postpone his wedding in the wake of the tragedy.

Groom: James Forrer paud tribute to the dead James Forrer said he and fiancée Charlotte Fisher had not decided whether to go ahead with the event in a fortnight’s time. >>>


      MANDELSON ‘HYPOCRISY‘ ON GREEN LIGHTBULBS
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Peter Mandelson has been accused of letting politics interfere with fair trade policy Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £'m lottery wi >>>


      NEW MINISTRY IS HIT BY JAILS CRISIS ON ITS FIRST DAY
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Lord Falconer: Head of the new Ministry of Justice Most popular stories News » Entire site » British experts join Maddy hunt amid anger at ‘hopeless‘ local police Annie Lennox‘s girl hit by the Internet gatecrash yobs Money can‘t buy you love: £'m lottery winners‘ marriage crumbles The >>>


      PAIR FOUND GUILTY OF LEAKING SECRET BUSH–BLAIR MEMO
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     A civil servant and an MP‘s researcher were today found guilty of breaching the Official Secrets Act after leaking an ‘extremely sensitive‘ memo detailing talks on Iraq between Prime Minister Tony Blair and US President George Bush.

The four–page document was passed by Cabinet Office com >>>


      PARDEW’S PAY DROPS BY &#163;400,000 AFTER CHARLTON GO DOWN
      The Daily Mail, 09-05-2007
     Tottenham on Monday night. Scroll down to read more: More....

Charlton count cost of their fall from grace Clash of titans is now a phoney war Premiership Rumour Mill: Barca in for Henry if Eto‘o joins United Blades: We‘ll sue for 40m if we go down West Ham heroics turn Tevez into a prize catch agai >>>



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