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      CONFRONTATION OVER – INSPECTORS BACK HOME
      The Norway Post, 21-10-2005
      The Norwegian Coast Guard vessel "Tromsoe" has arrived at Vardoe, bringing with them the two fisheries inspectors which have been held on board the Russian trawler "Elektron" against their will for several days.

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      LATEST POLL: ADVANCEMENT FOR LABOUR
      The Norway Post, 21-10-2005
      Of the three coalition partners in the new government, the Labour Party has taken most of the benefit, with a gain of 3.7 points, to 36.4 per cent, according to the latest poll.

Coalition partner the Socialist Left Party, suffers a 1 point drop, and now stands at 7.8 per cent, the lowest in five years.

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      CHINA‘S PEOPLE‘S DAILY DELEGATION PAYS VIETNAM‘S VISIT
      Nhan Dan, 21-10-2005
      A delegation from China‘s People‘s Daily paid a working visit to Vietnam from October 12–21 at the invitation of Nhan Dan‘s Editorial Board.

In Hanoi, the delegation led by Mr Zu Pinghe, director of the Personnel Department, had talks with Mr Dinh The Huynh, member of Vietnam Party&lsqu >>>


      PEOPLE‘S ARMY NEWSPAPER MARKS 55TH
      Nhan Dan, 21-10-2005
      The People‘s Army newspaper organised a ceremony to mark the 55th founding anniversary (October 20, 1'50–October 20, 2005).

In his opening speech, Major General Nguyen Quang Thong, Editor–in–Chief of the paper, reviewed the day 55 years ago when the first issue of the People‘s >>>


      BABY CHARLOTTE WINS REPRIEVE ON HER SECOND BIRTHDAY
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Sam Knight Charlotte Wyatt The parents of Charlotte Wyatt, a seriously handicapped baby from Portsmouth, celebrated today after a High Court judge lifted an order that allowed doctors to withhold life–saving treatment from their daughter.

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      DRUGS DOMINATE AS TORY CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Philippe Naughton Drugs dominated the first day of head–to–head campaigning for the Tory party leadership today as David Davis took a public vow of silence on the issue and David Cameron insisted yet again that his past life was off–limits.

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      RACISTS SENT EXCREMENT–FILLED LETTERS TO BLACK ARCHBISHOP
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Ruth Gledhill, Religion Correspondent of The Times Dr John Sentamu (Matthew Fearn/PA) The new Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, described today how he has received racist letters, some smeared with excrement, since his election as the Church of England‘s new number two earlier this year.

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      WILLIAM TO FOLLOW BROTHER HARRY INTO SANDHURST
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Philippe Naughton William completed his tests at Sandhurst over the last few days Prince William will soon have to salute his younger brother, Harry, after passing the rigorous tests for entry into Sandhurst, the elite military academy.

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      200 YEARS ON, WORLD IS GRIPPED BY NELSON FEVER
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Simon Freeman Amid lashing rain and fierce gusts of wind, Admiral Horatio Nelson‘s heroic sacrifice was remembered at the exact spot on the HMS Victory where he fell, 200 years ago today.

The haunting call of the Last Post, played on a lone bugle, marked the close of a sombre service to commemorate En >>>


      ABDUCTED LAWYER IN SADDAM TRIAL IS SHOT DEAD
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Simon Freeman, and James Hider in Baghdad The bullet–riddled body of a lawyer who represented one of Saddam Hussein‘s co–defendants has been found in Baghdad hours after he was abducted at gunpoint.

Sadoun al–Janabi, the legal counsel for Awad Hamed al–Bandar, was leaving his o >>>


      DRINKING BLAMED FOR BIG RISE IN VIOLENCE
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Richard Ford, Home Correspondent VIOLENT crime recorded by the police rose by 6 per cent in the three months to the end of June, with much of it fuelled by binge drinking, according to figures published yesterday.

The numbers of assaults involving injuries, robberies and sexual offences have all increased, >>>


      SYRIA REJECTS UN BLAME FOR KILLING OF EX–LEBANESE PM
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Philippe Naughton and agencies in Damascus An increasingly isolated Syria today rejected as false, unprofessional and politicised an explosive UN report that accused Damascus of approving the assassination in February of Rafik Hariri, a former Lebanese prime minister.

The document almost certainly put Syria >>>


      TOP TEN ARTICLES ONLINE :THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      1. Oh no, not again: record–breaking storm threatens Tranquility Bay 2. Su Doku October 1', 2005 3. Cameron clear winner in Tory leadership second ballot 4. Philip Green lands 1.2bn payday 5. DeLay gets ready for his mugshot 6. Same old Tories: bring in new face, avoid controversy, lose next election 7. How t >>>


      VACCINATE ZOO BIRDS, BAN BIRD SHOWS, EU WARNS
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Sam Knight and agencies The EU has ordered restrictions on bird shows and urged governments to vaccinate the birds in their zoos as part of the continent‘s defence against a possible bird flu pandemic.

The measures were announced late last night by the European Commission after a meeting of EU veterin >>>


      WHY MUSIC MAKES YOU EXERCISE 20% HARDER
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Sam Lister, Health Correspondent LISTENING to a fist–pumping rock song may appear no more than a welcome distraction from aching muscles on a jog round the park or a trip to the gym. But it could also significantly enhance performance.

Three studies on the effects of music on athletic ability, which h >>>


      WILMA THREATENS ‘CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE‘ AS IT NEARS MEXICO
      The Times, 21-10-2005
      By Sam Knight and agencies Tourists take shelter in Cancun (REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar) With the airport closed by torrential rain, residents and the last remaining tourists on the Yucatan peninsula are bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Wilma, which is expected to thump into the coast of Mexico this afternoon.

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      ALAWISM IS A UNIQUE FAITH IN TURKEY
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      AÐRÝ DEPUTY QUITS CHP
      21-10-2005
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      BILL BRINGS STATE SUPERVISION OVER ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SECTOR
      21-10-2005
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      BOMB BLASTS IN SOUTHEAST
      21-10-2005
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      DOMESTIC NEWSLINE
      21-10-2005
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      NEW FRONT IN OLD WAR BETWEEN GOV‘T, YÖK
      21-10-2005
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      PAMUK: THEY WANT TO TEACH ME A LESSON
      21-10-2005
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      PARLIAMENT TO DISCUSS CHP&#8217;S CENSURE MOTION
      21-10-2005
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      RECTOR‘S DETENTION REKINDLES SECULARIST–ISLAMIST BICKERING
      21-10-2005
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      CHINA‘S ECONOMY GROWS SIZZLING '.4 PERCENT THROUGH SEPTEMBER
      21-10-2005
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      CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK RAISES $8 BLN IN TOP IPO
      21-10-2005
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      EBAY SEES QUARTERLY INCOME RISE 40 PERCENT
      21-10-2005
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      FINANCELINE
      21-10-2005
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      FIRST BAKU–CEYHAN CARGO LIKELY IN Q1, SAYS BP
      21-10-2005
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      KOÇ SAYS TÜRPAÞ A STRATEGIC INVESTMENT
      21-10-2005
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      LAFARGE Q3 SALES ABOVE EXPECTATIONS
      21-10-2005
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      SAP UPS 2005 TARGET ON FORECAST–BEATING PERFORMANCE
      21-10-2005
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      SECOND ANNUAL PASTA WEEK KICKS OFF ON MONDAY
      21-10-2005
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      SPAIN‘S CAF WINS 180 MLN EURO TRAIN DEAL IN TURKEY
      21-10-2005
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      TURKEY‘S 2006 SOCIAL SECURITY GAP SEEN AT 4.4 PCT/GNP
      21-10-2005
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      TURKISH INDUSTRIALISTS TELL BRUSSELS: TURKEY IS FOR REAL
      21-10-2005
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      ‘SCREAM‘ IN BEYOÐLU FROM 5,000 YEARS AGO
      21-10-2005
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      AMATEUR HISTORIAN KEEPS TRACK OF VILLAGE LIFE FOR 51 YEARS
      21-10-2005
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      HISTORIC BAZAAR HOSTS ARCHIVES EXHIBITION
      21-10-2005
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      LONDON FILM FESTIVAL OPENS WITH STYLISH THRILLER
      21-10-2005
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      NOBEL–WINNER SARAMAGO EXPLORES WORLD WITHOUT DEATH IN NEW NOVEL
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      RARE US MISPRINT STAMPS SELL FOR NEARLY $3 MILLION
      21-10-2005
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      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOVIE WAX MUSEUM MELTS AWAY
      21-10-2005
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      SPECIALISTS TO MEET AT 5TH INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION OF HISTORY
      21-10-2005
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      STAR DUCK STOLEN FROM LONDON THEATER
      21-10-2005
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      TODAY IN HISTORY (OCT. 21)
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      WORLD FAMOUS PIANIST URI CAINE IN ANTALYA
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      AFTER VOTE, IRAQI SUNNIS AT CROSSROADS
      21-10-2005
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      AID OPERATION TOUGH TASK
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      ARAB LEAGUE CHIEF ON IRAQ RECONCILIATION MISSION
      21-10-2005
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      BIRD FLU FLARES IN ASIA, KILLS ANOTHER PERSON
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      DEMOCRATS QUESTION BUSH–ROVE MEETING ON CIA LEAK
      21-10-2005
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      HISTORIC SEA BATTLE BICENTENNIAL TODAY
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      IRAQ QAEDA ADMITS ABU AZZAM ‘MARTYRED‘
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      KASHMIR QUAKE WORLD‘S TOUGHEST RELIEF OPERATION
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      KHODORKOVSKY IN SIBERIA PRISON
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      NEWSLINE
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      REPORT: US SOLDIERS BURNED BODIES OF TALIBAN FIGHTERS
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      SYRIA, LEBANON BRACE FOR UN REPORT ON HARIRI DEATH
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      WILMA SPURS MEXICO, CUBA, FLORIDA EXODUS
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      WILMA TARGETS YUCATAN, FLORIDA
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      CHINA ACCUSES JOURNALIST OF SPYING FOR TAIWAN
      FT, 21-10-2005
      August 6 2005 03:00 China yesterday formally arrested a Hong Kong–based journalist on espionage charges after holding him in detention for more than three months.

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      DEMOCRATS BACK NEW HK LEGAL CHIEF
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 02:00 Hong Kong‘s government yesterday replaced its secretary for justice with a respected lawyer who has marched to protest against government policy.

Wong Yan–lung, who served briefly as a judge, will replace Elsie Leung as the government‘s top legal adviser.

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      NORTH KOREA THROWS DOUBT ON NUCLEAR DEAL
      FT, 21-10-2005
      September 21 2005 03:00 North Korea and the US yesterday disputed crucial details of their landmark six–party agreement reached just a day earlier, with Pyongyang declaring it would only give up its nuclear weapons after it received light–water reactors.

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      TAIWAN FADES AS CHINA ENJOYS ECONOMIC SUCCESS
      FT, 21-10-2005
      August 5 2005 02:03 Critics say economic progress has been held up by controversial political campaigns undertaken by President Chen Shui–bian to consolidate Taiwan‘s de facto independence.

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      TAIWAN SOFTENS STANCE ON AIR LINKS WITH CHINA
      FT, 21-10-2005
      August 3 2005 11:10 Taipei will allow its airlines to apply for China‘s permission to overfly its airspace in order to cut flight times and save costs as fuel prices soar, Frank Hsieh, premier, said Wednesday.

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      ‘SORRY‘ ROBINSON RETREATS FROM BID TO RUN RENTOKIL
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 12:31 Rentokil Initial on Friday after failing to agree "a framework of performance criteria" with shareholders.

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      AT&T SWINGS INTO A PROFIT
      FT, 21-10-2005
      and business telecommunications company, on Friday reported a third–quarter profit, reversing a year–earlier loss, but revenues declined in its key business service unit.

AT&T, which is awaiting federal approval of its acquisition by SBC Communications Inc., earned $520 million, or 64 cents per >>>


      COMPASS SUSPENDS SENIOR EXECUTIVE OVER UN PROBE
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 12:05 Compass moved to shore up its faltering credibility on Friday by suspending a senior executive while it conducts an investigation into how a subsidiary of the food services group won a contract to supply the United Nations.

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      EURO ABOVE $1.20 ON RATE HIKE HOPES
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 11:56 Speculation that the European Central Bank could raise interest rates sooner than expected supported the euro against a weaker dollar which was also undermined by sharp falls on equity markets.

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      EUROPEAN STOCKS FALL AFTER WALL STREET LOSSES
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 11:51 European equities fell on Friday, after US stocks tumbled in the previous session as weak earnings and fresh fears of rising inflation sparked the latest sell off.

By midday, the FTSE Eurofirst 300 was down 0.5 per cent to 1,171.85, while the Xetra Dax in Frankfurt was off 0.4 per cent a >>>


      LONDON LOWER AFTER COMPASS ALLEGATIONS
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 11:4' London equities moved lower on Friday as Compass Group lost ground after corruption allegations against its UK divisional chief executive intensified, and the heavily weighted oil sector lost ground as crude prices slipped.

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      MURDOCH TO TAKE BSKYB ONLINE WITH EASYNET OFFER
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 08:55 BSkyB made a recommended cash offer for Easynet, the internet provider, on Friday for £211m ($374.'m), in a deal that will see it expand the range of media services it offers to include broadband and telephone calls.

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      PIZZA EXPRESS COOKS UP FRESH FLOTATION PLANS
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 12:06 The restaurant group‘s owner Gondola Holdings, which also controls the Ask Central and Zizzi franchises, confirmed David Ross, a founder of Carphone Warehouse, will chair the newly–listed group.

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      RANBAXY‘S US DECLINE TRASHES PROFITS
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 13:3' Ranbaxy Laboratories‘ disappointing record in the US continued when India‘s largest generics drugs manufacturer reported a '1 per cent fall in net profit in the third quarter to September.

Earnings before tax were negative, with the Delhi–based company‘s n >>>


      SWELLING STOCKS AND LESSENING DEMAND HITS CRUDE
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 12:55 Crude oil edged below $60 in early trade in New York after a heavy hit the previous day in reaction to swelling US oil and natural gas stocks and added proof of diminishing demand.

The December West Texas Intermediate futures were down 42 cents at $5'.60 a barrel at noon UK time on F >>>


      TBS IN TALKS WITH LIVEDOOR ON RAKUTEN OFFER
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 13:26 Rakuten‘s bid to merge with Tokyo Broadcasting System took an unexpected twist on Friday when it emerged that Livedoor, another internet start–up, had held talks with TBS in connection with Rakuten‘s move.

TBS, Japan‘s third biggest broadcaster, said Friday offici >>>


      TOKYO SHARES CLOSE HIGHER LED BY TOSHIBA
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 0':26 Tokyo shares rebounded to close higher on Friday, after Toshiba revised upward its half–year earnings forecast.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 average closed up 0.07 per cent to 13,1''.'5, while the broader Topix index closed up 0.1 per cent to 1,385.37.

Shares o >>>


      US STOCKS SLIDE AS INFLATION FEARS PERSIST
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 20 2005 21:35 Wall Street fell sharply on Thursday as worries over rising inflation and interest rates once again hung over the market.

A slide in oil and natural gas prices off the back of rising inventories caused a major sell–off in energy stocks, with the Amex oil index slumping 4.7 per cent >>>


      WALL STREET BUOYED BY STRONG TECH RESULTS
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 14:05 Wall Street was seen clawing back a slice of Thursday‘s sharp losses at Friday‘s opening bell, helped by strong results from technology duo Google and Sandisk.

The market lost more than 1 per cent on Thursday amid heightened concerns over inflation and interest rates off the >>>


      XEROX PROFITS SLUMP ON EXCEPTIONAL CHARGES
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 13:41 Xerox as expected on Friday revealed a slump in profits because of the costs associated with earlier legal settlements and Hurricane Katrina but launched its first share buyback in eight years.

The company, best known as a maker of office photocopiers, has instigated a $500m share buy&nd >>>


      TRANSCO FINED £1M AFTER MAN‘S DEATH
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 03:00 Transco, the gas utility, was fined £1m yesterday for breaching health and safety laws after a man died following a gas leak at the block of flats where he lived in 2001. Ian Brady, a retired paramedic, was killed after the company allowed residents back into the flats in Ashton–unde >>>


      BUSH BACKS AWAY FROM TIMETABLE FOR SETTING UP PALESTINIAN STATE
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 03:00 President George W. Bush yesterday backed away from the goal he set a year ago to help establish an independent Palestinian state by the end of his second term.

With Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president at his side at a White House press conference, Mr Bush said he could not tell whe >>>


      FAILURE RAISES QUESTIONS OVER CHINESE M&A
      FT, 21-10-2005
      After Tuesday‘s withdrawal of the offer, Mr Fu can safely rule out the former, although the barrage of US political opposition that greeted CNOOC‘s bid could still enable him to portray himself as the latter.

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      STEM CELLS USED TO TREAT BRAIN DISEASE
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 03:00 The US Food and Drug Administration yesterday approved the first clinical trial of neural stem cells to treat brain disease. StemCells Inc, based in California, will test a human stem cell preparation that is derived originally from the brains of aborted foetuses.

The patients will be ch >>>


      CHANCE TO AVERT TRAGEDY OF BIRD FLU PANDEMIC
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 20 2005 20:18 With the winter flu season approaching and the world possibly on the verge of a bird influenza pandemic, the ensuing tragedy would be one counted not only in health and human lives, but also in economics.

So far, it is the poor, especially those in rural areas, who have borne the brunt o >>>


      CHINA‘S HU TO VISIT N KOREA AHEAD OF NUCLEAR TALKS
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 12:20 Hu Jintao, China‘s president, will visit North Korea next week, a trip likely to provide impetus to the next round of six–party talks, scheduled for early November, which is aimed at stripping Pyongyang of the means to build nuclear weapons.

It is not clear whether the trip, >>>


      DELAY QUIETLY SURRENDERS TO A TEXAS SHERIFF
      FT, 21-10-2005
      HOUSTON, Oct. 20 – Representative Tom DeLay, forced by criminal charges to step aside last month as House majority leader, was fingerprinted, photographed and released on $10,000 bond Thursday after turning himself in at the Harris County sheriff‘s office in downtown Houston.

The booking photo of M >>>


      PHILIP STEPHENS: THE LEAST WORST OPTION IN IRAQ
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 20 2005 20:18 I could go on. A rush during the past 18 months to transfer political authority to Iraqis was widely seen as essential to show that a foreign presence would be relatively short–lived. But the timetable has proved a tyranny, met only at the cost of leaving the country‘s Sunni minority >>>


      TAIWAN MAY ALLOW MORE MAINLAND CHINESE VISITORS
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 13:00 China will send a delegation to Taiwan next week to review the island‘s tourist attractions and infrastructure, in a sign that the two may finally be making progress towards allowing more mainland citizens to visit Taiwan.

"Shao Qiwei, head of the mainland‘s State Touris >>>


      TRANSCRIPT OF THE UN REPORT
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 02:15 REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION COMMISSION ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 15'5 (2005) Detlev Mehlis Beirut Commissioner UNIIIC1' October 2005 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. The Security Council, by its resolution 15'5 of 7 April 2005, decided to establi >>>


      UN POINTS TO SYRIAN ROLE IN HARIRI MURDER
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21 2005 10:27 Syria on Friday rejected the findings of the UN report linking Damascus to the assassination in February of Rafiq Hariri, Lebanon‘s former prime minister.

"The report is far from the truth. It was not professional and will not arrive at the truth but will be part of a deceptio >>>


      UN REPORT EXCERPTS
      FT, 21-10-2005
      21 2005 02:15 VI.CONCLUSIONS 202. It is the Commission‘s view that the assassination on 14 February 2005 was carried out by a group with an extensive organization and considerable resources and capabilities. The crime had been prepared over the course of several months. For this purpose, the timing and location o >>>


      WTO CHIEF URGES EU AND US TO MOVE ON AGRICULTURE
      FT, 21-10-2005
      October 21
2005 08:44 Pascal Lamy, WTO, director–general, on Friday urged the European Union and the US to make concessions on agriculture to achieve a breakthrough in global trade talks.

"Both need to make efforts, and that is the issue that will allay the concerns of many developing countries >>>


      "WILMA" SCHLÄGT "KATRINA" UND "LOTHAR"
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 21-10-2005
      Von Horst Rademacher, San Francisco 20. Oktober 2005 Luftdruckschwankungen sind in den gemäßigten Breiten Mitteleuropas etwas Alltägliches. Wenn beispielsweise ein wetterbestimmendes Hoch über dem Kontinent von einem herannahenden Tiefdruckgebiet verdrängt wird, kann die Quecksilbersäule >>>


      AKTIONSPLAN GEGEN FEINSTAUB IN FRANKFURT: FAHRVERBOT FÜR LASTER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 21-10-2005
      '° München 6° Ihr Wetter In Frankfurt gilt fortan auf bestimmten Straßen ein Fahrverbot gegen Feinstaub Umwelt Aktionsplan gegen Feinstaub in Frankfurt: Fahrverbot für Laster 20. Oktober 2005 Angesichts gefährlicher Feinstaubwerte in mindestens 25 deutschen Städten fordern Umweltve >>>


      DIE PREMIERE FAND SCHON 1'5' STATT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 21-10-2005
      20. Oktober 2005 Virenexperten des Bundesforschungsinstituts für Tiergesundheit auf der Ostseeinsel Riems halten es für unwahrscheinlich, daß ziehende Wildvögel das hochgefährliche Vogelgrippevirus H5N1 nun aus Südosteuropa nach Deutschland einschleppen. Nur vereinzelt verschlage es zu di >>>


      EIER VON UNGLÜCKLICHEN HÜHNERN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 21-10-2005
      Von Sandra Markert 20. Oktober 2005 Aufgeregt steht eine Herde weiß–braun gefiederter Hühner am Maschendrahtzaun ihres wintergartenähnlichen Stalls. Die warme Herbstsonne wirft gitterartige Schatten auf ihr geschecktes Federkleid. Ihre Schnäbel leuchten hellrot in der Sonne. Einige picken dam >>>


      GEFLÜGEL MUß IM STALL BLEIBEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 21-10-2005
      20. Oktober 2005 Die Europäische Union spielt den Ausbruch einer gefährlichen Grippe–Epidemie parallel zur Beratung der EU–Gesundheitsminister über die Vogelgrippe in einer groß angelegten Computersimulation durch. In Deutschland gilt seit Mittwoch eine Eilverordnung von Bundesverbrauch >>>



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