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      GORMLEY GOES UP IN FLAMES FOR MOVIE ART IN MARGATE
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Rob Sharp Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer Tens of thousands of people watched Antony Gormley‘s latest sculpture go up in flames yesterday as part of an art project set in Margate, to be televised next year.

The fire formed part of Exodus Day, in which Kent locals were invited to participate in the fi >>>


      LYNAM TO STEP DOWN AS COUNTDOWN HOST
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Nicola Boden, Press Association Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer Des Lynam is to quit Countdown after presenting the Channel 4 quiz show for just over a year. Lynam, who is to leave at Christmas, took over following the death of original presenter Richard Whiteley in 2005 and has proved popular with viewers. The sho >>>


      MINISTER DROPPED FROM SAFETY WEEK OVER TOP GEAR DEFENCE
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      The prime of Miss Jean Rhys Errors let a rapist walk free Black rappers spread the literary word This week we want to know all about... Bring a Book to Work Week 7/7 victims forced to pay for operations Film catches a fishing tragedy Delays to NHS computer system could cost taxpayers 40bn Shot for showing disrespect Au >>>


      MISSING POLISH GIRL‘S FAMILY REFUSE TO GIVE UP FINAL HOPES
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      As police find a body, the agonising wait goes on for Aneta Kluk, whose sister Angelika disappeared a week ago in Glasgow Lorna Martin and Dan McLaughlin Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer Even when everyone else was thinking the worst, the sister of the missing Polish student Angelika Kluk refused to give up hope.
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      MOSLEY‘S SON TO HAIL HIS FATHER‘S CABLE STREET HUMILIATION
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      David Smith Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer Nicholas Mosley is still surprised by the reception he gets from Jews.

‘Jewish people have always been terribly nice to me,‘ he says, a few hours after writing an article for the Jewish Chronicle. ‘I always wonder whether they will be because th >>>


      MURDERED BRITON‘S FATHER ACCEPTS PAYOUT
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Jamie Doward Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer The father of murdered British hostess Lucie Blackman has accepted a payout from a friend of the Japanese man charged with killing his daughter. Tim Blackman was paid 100 million yen (453,7'7) by a college friend of Joji Obara, who is currently on trial for allegedly >>>


      NEWS IN BRIEF
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer Thousands join rally against hospital emergency cuts Thousands of demonstrators have taken part in a rally at Epsom, Surrey, in the latest show of anger against the government‘s health service reforms.

They were protesting against the end of emergency surgery at their >>>


      ORGANIC BOOM THREATENS GREEN CRISIS
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Alex Renton Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer The green virtues of the organic movement and public trust in it are at risk from a huge increase in demand for its food which could lead to a drop in standards, says the Soil Association‘s director Patrick Holden.

Holden faced a closed annual meeting of th >>>


      SCIENTISTS TEST BONES FOR NEANDERTHAL DNA
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Robin McKie Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer Scientists are to attempt to extract DNA from bones thought to belong to a 35,000–year–old Neanderthal. The jaw fragment, from Kent‘s Cavern, Devon, was originally thought to be human, but experts now think it came from a Neanderthal, a predecessor of Ho >>>


      SHOT FOR SHOWING DISRESPECT
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Author auctions novel route to immortality Civil servants put on alert as plot to seize their offices is exposed The slaughtered horses that shame our racing Dads and daughters queue to see Kylie in the pink De Menezes officers ‘should face a jury‘ Shot for showing disrespect Last week‘s shootings in >>>


      SUPERBUG CLAIMS 4' LIVES IN TOP HOSPITALS
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Death toll to rise as infection strikes NHS hit by crisis over ward hygiene Jo Revill, health editor Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer The true scale of Britain‘s hospital superbug problems emerged today as a leading hospital trust admitted that a ‘hypervirulent‘ infection had claimed the lives of a >>>


      THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN RHYS
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Errors let a rapist walk free Black rappers spread the literary word This week we want to know all about... Bring a Book to Work Week 7/7 victims forced to pay for operations Film catches a fishing tragedy Delays to NHS computer system could cost taxpayers 40bn Shot for showing disrespect Author auctions novel route to >>>


      THE SLAUGHTERED HORSES THAT SHAME OUR RACING
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Dads and daughters queue to see Kylie in the pink De Menezes officers ‘should face a jury‘ The slaughtered horses that shame our racing An undercover Observer investigation has revealed the shocking fate of thousands of British racehorses. Now campaigners want new laws to govern the sport Antony Barnett Sun >>>


      THIS WEEK WE WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT... BRING A BOOK TO WORK WEEK
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      7/7 victims forced to pay for operations Film catches a fishing tragedy Delays to NHS computer system could cost taxpayers 40bn Shot for showing disrespect Author auctions novel route to immortality Civil servants put on alert as plot to seize their offices is exposed The slaughtered horses that shame our racing Dads a >>>


      US PUSHED MI5 INTO AIRPORT TERROR SWOOP
      The Observer, 01-10-2006
      Fight over suspect in Pakistan revealed as Musharraf quashes terror claims Jamie Doward and Mark Townsend Sunday October 1, 2006 The Observer The US warned Britain that it was prepared to seize the key suspect in the UK‘s biggest ever anti–terrorism operation and fly him to a secret detention centre for int >>>


      55 PERISH IN BRAZIL PLANE CRASH
      Pakistan Observer, 01-10-2006
      Sao PauloA Gol airlines jet that was missing with 155 people was discovered Saturday, crashed in the Amazon jungle region.

The president of Brazils airport authority, Jose Carlos Pereira, said air force search planes found the downed jetliner in the state of Mato Grosso.

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      BUSH CALLS FOR OFFENSIVE ACROSS THE WORLD
      Pakistan Observer, 01-10-2006
      WashingtonUS President George W. Bush called Saturday for fighting Americas enemies «across the world» as he stepped up his counter offensive following charges that his policies were breeding a new generation of Islamic terrorists.

The call, delivered in his weekly radio address, was aimed to cou >>>


      INDIAN MUMBAI TERROR CHARGES REJECTED
      Pakistan Observer, 01-10-2006
      Mahmood Hussain IslamabadThe Foreign Office has set aside a claim by the Indian police that the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI was behind the July 11 Mumbai train bombings, terming it a baseless allegation.

In a statement here on Saturday the Foreign Office said the reported statement by Mumbai Police Comm >>>


      PAK, AFGHAN FORCES CLASH OVER CHECK POST 12 KILLED IN KABUL SUICIDE BOMBING
      Pakistan Observer, 01-10-2006
      KabulPakistani and Afghanistan border security forces clashed the other night over a checkpost in Arya district on Pak–Afghan border the other night.

Security commander of Paktia Province, Gen. Matiullah Rehmani told Bakhtar news agency that the establishment of the post led to clash between Pakistani m >>>


      WAR ON TERROR SANS PAKISTAN WILL FAIL, SAYS MUSHARRAF MEETING WITH SINGH TO PAVE WAY FOR ENDING CONFLICTS ISLAMABAD, KABUL TO INCREASE INTELLIGENCE COOPERATION
      Pakistan Observer, 01-10-2006
      IslamabadThe United States and its allies will fail in the so–called «war on terror» without the support of Pakistan and its intelligence service, Pakistans President Pervez Musharraf said Saturday.

In an interview with BBC radio, Musharraf was asked for his response to the view that Pakist >>>


      AGRICULTURE TIGHTENS BELT, ENDING WAY OF LIFE
      01-10-2006
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      ARTICLE 301 CHANGES FALL VICTIM TO DOMESTIC POLITICAL MACHINATIONS
      01-10-2006
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      PKK DECLARES NEW UNILATERAL CEASE–FIRE
      01-10-2006
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      TURKEY DEBATES FREE EXPRESSION OF THOUGHT
      01-10-2006
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      BUSINESSMAN CREDITS ORPHANAGE PAST WITH HIS SUCCESS
      01-10-2006
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      RUSSIA FIGHTS CORRUPTION WITH BOOKLET ON BRIBES
      01-10-2006
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––> Russia fights corruption with booklet on bribes Sunday, October 1, 2006 print this page >>>


      SIMIT SARAYÝ VERSUS MCDONALDS
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      SOME YTL 6.4 MLN INVESTMENT FOR MERZIFON AIRPORT
      01-10-2006
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      '';EŢME: TURKEY‘S SUSHI CENTRAL
      01-10-2006
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      A LIFE IN SONG: TONY BENNETT, AN AMERICAN CLASSIC, CELEBRATES TURNING 80 WITH NEW CD
      01-10-2006
      tdn.com.tr inc.all words Home Page Domestic Foreign Finance Diplomacy Opinions Features Sports Weather Press Scanner Archive Old Archive All About Turkey Top Read Stories About TDN MEMBER CENTER Your Account ––> A Life in song: Tony Bennett, an American classic, celebrates turning 80 with new CD Sunday, Oct >>>


      ANKARA QUICK FILM GUIDE
      01-10-2006
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      ART GALLERIES IN ANKARA
      01-10-2006
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      ART GALLERIES IN ISTANBUL
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      CSO ADMINISTRATION UNCHALLENGED IN ‘EARLY VOTE‘
      01-10-2006
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      GOURMAND‘S CORNER
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      ISTANBUL QUICK FILM GUIDE
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      NEW FILMS OF THE WEEK
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      ODDS AND ENDS
      01-10-2006
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      OLYMPOS: THE ANCIENT PORT OF LOVERS
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      SOUND BITES: MUSIC REVIEW
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      THE MYTHOLOGICAL STORY OF THE CHIMERA
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      THIS WEEK‘S ACTIVITIES
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      TODAY IN HISTORY
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      TURKEY GIVES INSPIRATION TO POLISH ARTIST
      01-10-2006
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      TURKISH VIRTUOSO GÜLSIN ONAY TALKS OF HER LOVE FOR MUSIC
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      AFGHAN SUICIDE BLAST KILLS 12, WOUNDS 42
      01-10-2006
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      AFGHANISTAN SUICIDE BLAST LEAVES 12 DEAD
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      IRAN SEEN AS SEEKING ATOMIC DEAL AMID U.N. DIVISIONS
      01-10-2006
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––> Iran seen as seeking atomic deal amid U.N. divisions Sunday, October 1, 2006 print this >>>


      JAPAN‘S NEW PM HAS ECONOMY LOW ON HIS AGENDA
      01-10-2006
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      NEWSLINE
      01-10-2006
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      RUSSIA EVACUATES GEORGIA EMBASSY, HALTS TROOP PULLOUT
      01-10-2006
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      RUSSIA SUSPENDS GEORGIA TROOP PULLOUT AFTER ROW
      01-10-2006
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      STUNG BY CRITICISM, BUSH CALLS FOR OFFENSIVE ‘ACROSS THE WORLD‘
      01-10-2006
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      UK‘S LABOUR NEEDS NEW WINNER AS BLAIR BOWS OUT
      01-10-2006
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      US WARNS TIME SHORT FOR IRAQ PM TO CURB KILLERS
      01-10-2006
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      AL–QAEDA FUGITIVE KILLED IN YEMEN
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Yemeni security forces have killed Fawaz al–Rabai, a man suspected of being an al–Qaeda member and who was convicted of plotting the bombing of the French supertanker Limburg in 2002.

Al–Rabai was killed after anti–terrorism troops carried out a dawn raid on a house in the capital, Sana >>>


      BACKLASH FEARED AFTER ZAMBIA ELECTION
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Armed police have been deployed on the streets of the Zambian capital to prevent a backlash from opposition supporters who say the presidential election has been rigged.

With results confirmed from two–thirds of constituencies on Sunday, the country‘s president, Levy Mwanawasa, looked set to win a >>>


      BLAKE BEATS LJUBICIC TO WIN THAI OPEN
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      US tennis player James Blake won his fourth title of the year when he scored an easy 6–3, 6–1 victory over Croatia‘s Ivan Ljubicic in the final of the $550,000 Thailand Open in Bangkok on Sunday.

Blake, who had knocked out Russian Marat Safin in the semi–final, got out to a 5–0 le >>>


      BOSNIANS HEAD TO THE POLLS
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Bosnians go to the polls on Sunday after months of tough campaigning that has exposed wounds still raw from the 1''2–'5 war among Serbs, Croats and Muslims.

Voters will choose deputies for the two autonomous regions – the Muslim–Croat Federation of Bosnia and the Bosnian Serb Repu >>>


      BRAZILIANS VOTE IN PRESIDENTIAL POLL
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Voting has started in Brazil, where Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the president, is confident of winning a second term.

But two opinions polls released on Saturday night indicated for the first time in the campaign that Lula could fall short of the more than 50 per cent of the vote needed to hand him a second fou >>>


      DODGERS AND PADRES MAKE PLAYOFFS
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      The Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres, both of the National League West division, clinched places in the Major League Baseball playoffs with wins on Saturday.

With one game remaining in the regular season, the Dodgers and Padres are tied with equal win/loss records of 87–74 at the top of the N >>>


      EGYPT BUSTS ARMS RING
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Egyptian police have busted a weapons–dealing ring that sold guns and grenades in the Sinai peninsula and whose members included police officers, security sources have said.

The sources said that the police had seized hand grenades, an assault rifle and ammunition when they made the arrests in al–A >>>


      EU AND US HOPEFUL OF AIR DATA DEAL
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      The EU says it is hopeful that it will reach a new agreement with the US on sharing information about airline passengers travelling between the two.

Under the terms of a deal reached after September 11, 2001, European airlines supply the American authorities with information on passengers entering the US inclu >>>


      INDIA EXTENDS CHILD LABOUR LAW
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      India is launching a campaign to make clear to the public that child labour is to be outlawed later this month.

Media advertisements and hoardings will tell people that they could be jailed for employing children under 14 as domestic helpers, and in roadside eateries and restaurants when a ban comes into effec >>>


      IRAN TO SUPPORT OIL PRICE RAISE
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Iran has said it will support any move by the Organisation of Oil Producing Countries (Opec) to raise crude oil prices.

"The Islamic republic of Iran supports any effort by Opec members to strengthen the oil market and return oil prices to an acceptable and logical level," Hossein Kazempour Ardebili >>>


      ISRAEL WITHDRAWS FROM LEBANON
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      The Israeli army has completed its withdrawal from southern Lebanon, Israeli security sources have said.

Israeli security sources said that the last Israeli tanks and troops left through the border post of Zarit – close to where two Israeli soldiers were abducted by Hezbollah fighters in a cross–bo >>>


      NEW THAI PM SWORN IN
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Surayud Chulanont, the former head of Thailand‘s army, has been sworn in as interim prime minister after receiving the backing of the king.

At a Surayud‘s brief swearing–in ceremony in Government House in Bangkok on Sunday, General Sondhi Boonyaratkalin, the coup leader, said: "General S >>>


      PUTIN ACCUSES GEORGIA OF TERRORISM
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      The Russian president has accused Georgia of "state terrorism with hostage–taking" in unusually harsh language suggesting a tough Russian response to Georgia‘s arrest of four Russian officers last week for spying.

Vladimir Putin also ordered the defence ministry on Sunday to continue the >>>


      RIVAL FORCES BATTLE IN GAZA
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      One person has been killed and at least 12 injured in gun battles between rival Palestinian security forces in the Gaza Strip.

Forces controlled by the Hamas–led government clashed with loyalists of Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, as tensions rose over unpaid wages.

Saeed Seyam, the in >>>


      SCHUMACHER REIGNS IN SHANGHAI
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Ferrari‘s Michael Schumacher won the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on Sunday, and in doing so moved level on points with Renault‘s Fernando Alonso in the World Drivers Championship with two races left in the season.

Schumacher, seven–time world champion, started from sixth on the grid but so >>>


      SERBIA TIGHTENS GRIP ON KOSOVO
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Serbia will hold an early election after a referendum in four weeks on a new constitution reasserting its sovereignty over Kosovo, the prime minister has said.

Vojislav Kostunica said the new constitution, approved unanimously by parliament on Saturday, would ensure that "Serbia will defend Kosovo with al >>>


      SRI LANKA STEP UP FOR TROPHY
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Sri Lanka cricket captain Mahela Jayawardene has said he expects big improvement from his team as they contest the ICC Champions Trophy in India this month.

The Sri Lankans must first qualify for the tournament by playing in a four–team round robin series with the West Indies, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, wi >>>


      THAI KING APPROVES INTERIM CONSTITUTION
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Thailand‘s army has said that the country‘s king has endorsed an interim constiutiton put forward by the military.

"The king has approved the interim constitution," the military said in a statement read on national television at precisely '.2'am local time on Sunday, considered an >>>


      TWO PALESTINIANS KILLED IN ISRAELI STRIKE
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      An Israeli air strike killed two Palestinians and injured three others in the southern Gaza town of Rafah on Saturday, medical officials said.

An Israeli military spokeswoman said that the strike was aimed at a vehicle used by fighters it accused of planning an attack against Israel.

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      TYPHOON KILLS 7 IN VIETNAM
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      A typhoon has ripped off roofs, felled trees and cut power lines on Vietnam‘s central coast, killing at least seven people before weakening overland and moving into neighbouring Laos.

Typhoon Xangsane, which hit Vietnam after causing death and destruction in the Philippines, left three people dead and se >>>


      VAN PERSIE ON THE DOUBLE FOR ARSENAL
      Aljazeera, 01-10-2006
      Arsenal forward Robin van Persie scored twice as his team came from a goal down to defeat bottom of the table Charlton at The Valley on Saturday.

The second of van Persie‘s goals was a wonder strike as he acrobatically volleyed Emmanuel Eboue‘s cross from the right into the back of the net giving C >>>


      RAMADHAN: INTENSIFICATION DES OPÉRATIONS D‘HYGIČNE DANS LES MARCHÉS DE LA CAPITALE
      APS, 01-10-2006
      Alger – Les établissements de l‘hygi';ne urbaine de la ville d‘Alger veillent durant tout le mois de ramadhan ŕ conserver la propreté des lieux publics tr';s fréquentés par les citoyens notamment les marchés qui connaissent une affluence inhabituelle ce q >>>


      RAMADHAN: LE TAJINE, UN USTENSILE TRADITIONNEL TRČS DEMANDÉ DANS LES AURČS
      APS, 01-10-2006
      Batna – Le Tajine, un ustensile d‘argile fabriqué pour la cuisson du pain traditionnel "kesra" indispensable ŕ la table de rupture du je$';ne dans la région des Aur';s, fait l‘objet ŕ la veille de chaque mois de ramadhan d‘une demande exceptionnelle. >>>


      ADB TO HELP FINANCE NATIONAL HIGHWAY REHABILITATION IN AFGHANISTAN
      , 01-10-2006
      The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will help finance the construction of a national highway in Afghanistan that will connect remote areas to the country‘s center through a loan and grant package totaling 138.2 million U.S. dollars, an ADB report said on Friday.

The project will rehabilitate 140.3 kilometer >>>


      AFGHANISTAN‘S KARZAI PROMOTES INVESTMENT DURING U.S. VISIT
      , 01-10-2006
      Washington –– "Afghanistan is a business place. It is not [just] a place for politics," Afghan President Hamid Karzai told a Washington forum on business opportunities in his war–torn country.

Karzai made his comments at a September 26 forum sponsored by George Washington University >>>


      AFGHANISTAN: WHY NATO CANNOT WIN
      , 01-10-2006
      The four–month–old Republic of Montenegro on the Adriatic Sea received its first foreign dignitary on Monday when US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld arrived at its capital, Podgorica. Unknowingly, the tiny country of rugged mountains and great beauty in the Balkans with a population of 630,000 was bein >>>


      AGENCIES PICK UP AFGHAN SCHOLAR, EX–GITMO INMATE
      , 01-10-2006
      PESHAWAR: Security agencies picked up a religious scholar, writer and a Guantanamo Bay returnee from Peshawar, who recently published his book and blamed the Pakistani secret services for atrocities and playing in the hands of the US.

Abdul Rahim Muslim Dost, 45, an Afghan national, was picked up by the person >>>


      BIN LADEN NOT IN AFGHANISTAN, AFGHAN LEADER SAYS
      , 01-10-2006
      Sat Sep 30, 6:50 AM ET KABUL (AFP) – Afghan President Hamid Karzai insisted that Osama bin Laden is not in his country, in the latest installment in a row with the leader of Pakistan who says the Al–Qaeda chief is in Afghanistan.

Other militant leaders including Islamist warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar >>>


      BUSH CITES PROGRESS IN PAKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN
      , 01-10-2006
      President Bush highlighted anti–terrorism efforts of Afghanistan and Pakistan yesterday, calling the nations invaluable allies despite a surge of violence in southern Afghanistan that has provoked deep suspicions about their ability

– and appetite –– to battle extremists.

Speak >>>


      DEFENSE MINISTRY ADMITS GERMAN PLANES IN ACTION IN AFGHANISTAN
      , 01-10-2006
      A defense ministry source has revealed that German military aircraft are seeing action in the volatile southern region of Afghanistan. The report comes days after German help in the south was officially ruled out.

German military aircraft are supporting NATO operations in volatile southern Afghanistan, a defen >>>


      FEAR STALKS THE STREETS OF KABUL
      , 01-10-2006
      Violence has been escalating in Afghanistan‘s capital Kabul over recent months. After a suicide bomber killed at least 12 people outside the interior ministry, residents of the city describe how the bloodshed has injected fear into daily life.

MUSTHAQ HABIBI, 22, CONSTRUCTION TRADER It was about 8am when >>>


      LOYA JIRGA PLAN RESHAPES AFGHAN CHESSBOARD
      , 01-10-2006
      By Shaheen Sehbai WASHINGTON: The Bush–Musharraf–Karzai summit decision to convene Loya Jirgas in Pakistan and Afghanistan is being viewed here in Washington as a smart move which allows all the parties, even the Taliban, to take advantage from a rapidly deteriorating situation.

But most of the ana >>>


      MILITARY POLICY IN AFGHANISTAN ‘BARKING MAD‘
      , 01-10-2006
      LONDON – There have been critics enough of the US–led military actions under way in Afghanistan, but now military commanders, too, have begun to question just what they are doing in Afghanistan.

Most prominently, an officer who was an aide to the British forces in Helmand, the southern district of >>>


      MUSHARRAF PEDDLING BOOK AT STATE EXPENSES, SAYS BENAZIR
      , 01-10-2006
      ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairperson Benazir Bhutto on Friday said the recently published book of President Pervez Musharraf is a cheap attempt to gain popularity by endangering the countrys vital national interests.

«It is regrettable that General Musharraf is abusing his official posit >>>


      MUSHARRAF SHOULD SAVE HIS FIRE FOR THE TALIBAN
      , 01-10-2006
      Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf grossly understated Canada‘s losses in Afghanistan when he said in a CBC interview: "You suffer two dead, and there‘s a cry and shout all around the base that there are coffins." In fact, yesterday, the 37th Canadian military death was confirmed. But General Mu >>>


      MUSHARRAF, KARZAI TO JOINTLY PRESIDE OVER TRIBAL JIRGAS
      , 01-10-2006
      KABUL: Hamid Karzai Saturday hailed an agreement with Pakistan to hold separate jirgas, or councils of tribal leaders, on each side of the border.

Both Gen Musharraf and Hamid Karzai would jointly preside over the tribal jirgas on each side of the border, an Afghan official was quoted as saying and he added th >>>


      PAKISTAN ‘ROLE IN MUMBAI ATTACKS‘
      , 01-10-2006
      Pakistan‘s intelligence agency was behind the train blasts in Mumbai in July that killed 186 people, Indian police say.

The attacks were planned by the ISI and carried out by the Islamist militant group Lashkar–e–Toiba, based in Pakistan, Mumbai‘s police chief said.

AN Roy said >>>


      PRESIDENT‘S BOAST UNDERMINED BY HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
      , 01-10-2006
      President Pervez Musharraf may like to claim that Pakistan‘s human rights record is envied the world over, but you would have a hard time finding many countries that agree.

General Musharraf, who appears to be on a world tour to court international approval, was last night wooing the British establishmen >>>


      SUICIDE BOMBER STRIKES IN KABUL
      , 01-10-2006
      At least 12 people have died after a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the interior ministry in the Afghan capital, Kabul, officials say.

An interior ministry spokesman said 42 people, including two policeman, had been injured in the blast.

The attacker detonated explosives at a busy gate outside >>>


      US HELPING PAK TO STRENGTHEN HOLD IN AREAS BORDERING AFGHANISTAN
      , 01-10-2006
      Washington, Sept. 30 (PTI): To bolster the fight against terror, US President George W Bush has said his country was helping Pakistan to have stronger control on Afghan border and giving it high–tech equipment to stop terrorists from crossing over.

He said al–Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and other >>>


      WEST ‘WILL FAIL‘ WITHOUT PAKISTAN
      , 01-10-2006
      Pakistan‘s president has warned the West would be "brought to its knees" without his country‘s co–operation in the so–called war on terror.

"If we were not with you, you won‘t manage anything," said President Pervez Musharraf in a BBC Radio 4 interview.

>>>


      ‘GODS OWN COUNTRY‘ TO BE FILM– MAKERS HEAVEN
      , 01-10-2006
      Kochi, October 1: Beaches, backwaters, hill stations and other exotic locales of Kerala will soon woo Bollywood and Hollywood film–makers.

The state Tourism Department has conducted a survey of ideal shooting spots in Kerala and will soon be launching CDs and brochures, which will feature information lik >>>


      RAMEEZ WORDS INSTIGATED PAK
      , 01-10-2006
      Updated: Sunday, October 01, 2006 at 185' hours IST London, October 1: The Oval Test controversy may have blown over but there appeared to be no end to speculation in the media over what exactly led the Pakistan team to boycott play on the fourth day of the match.

After one reputed daily earlier this week >>>


      BUSH OKS SANCTIONS TARGETING IRAN‘S PARTNERS
      , 01-10-2006
      Washington, October 1: US President George W. Bush has signed into law a new set of sanctions targeting foreign countries that continue nuclear cooperation with Iran and sell it advanced weaponry.

Yesterday‘s new sanctions, passed earlier by the Senate after clearing the House of Representatives a day ea >>>


      CZECH LADY IS MISS WORLD 2006
      , 01-10-2006
      Warsaw, October 1: Miss Czech Republic took the Miss World crown on Saturday in Poland‘s capital Warsaw, the first city in ex–communist East Europe to host the pageant.

Tatana Kucharova, a blue–eyed blonde wearing a tight–fitting white gown, fought back tears as the Miss World sash was >>>



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