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      BABY RUMOURS ARE WEARING THIN FOR NICOLE
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Long and lean: Nicole Kidman outside her gym Showbiz headlines Giant python steals the show at comedy‘s big night TV chiefs attacked over ‘cheap and lazy‘ festive programmes Yoko Ono ‘foils 1m blackmail attempt‘ Naomi tries a bit of role reversal Stone shocks comedy audience with Ripper jok >>>


      BROWN DRAGGED IN TO HONOURS ROW WITH KNIGHTHOOD FOR FRIEND
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of Paddington rail crash Il >>>


      BROWN FAILS TO REDUCE STATE JOBS DESPITE REPEATED PLEDGES
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     The government had promised to shed 84,000 civil service posts between 2004 and 2008 Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repaym >>>


      CASH–STRAPPED NHS SPENDS &#163;330,000 ON IMPROVING BLUE LOGO
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
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      CHESS PRODIGY FATHER CLEARED OF RAPING HIS DAUGHTER
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Cleared: Ian Gilbert, pictured with Jessie and his wife Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine >>>


      CLIMBIÉ WORKER ESCAPES JAIL TERM FOR HARASSMENT
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Lisa Arthurworrey Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of Paddin >>>


      CRIMINALS ‘CAN BUY GUNS FOR &#163;50‘
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
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      DAWN FRENCH AND HER AMAZING TECHNICOLOUR WINTER COAT
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     The festive Ms Dawn French, shopping in Westbourne Grove Showbiz headlines ‘I‘m a target,‘ says Naomi Boys behaving badly fail to get Borat DVD banned Not so simple life: Nicole Richie under arrest Kate tops Grazia‘s best–dressed list for second year Jolie‘s tattoos – bedtime re >>>


      DIANA VERDICT: MURDER CLAIMS ‘UNFOUNDED‘
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Allegations: the report dismisses claims that Diana was pregnant Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police >>>


      DROP IN BAD DEBTS PUTS HBOS ON A RECORD YEAR
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of Paddington rail crash Il >>>


      EUROPE‘S SKI BUSINESS FACES MELTDOWN, OECD SAYS
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Due to uncommonly mild December temperatures there is a lack of snow in the German Alps Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Rep >>>


      EXPLAINED: WHY WE NEVER GET THE RIGHT PRESENTS
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Christmas shopping: do you know what family and friends really want? Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Po >>>


      FAMILY OF DE MENEZES LOSE HIGH COURT BATTLE
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Jean Charles de Menezes Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of >>>


      FIRST BRITISH ‘BRAIN BYPASS‘ USING VEIN GRAFT
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     ‘I‘m amazed at what the surgeons have done and very grateful to all the marvellous staff in the hospital‘ Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after f >>>


      FIRST PICTURE OF WOMEN CHIEF CONSTABLE‘S CONTROVERSIAL NEW &#163;28,400 SHOWER
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
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      FOOD ALERT OVER READY MEALS ‘CONTAINING GLASS‘
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of Paddington rail crash Il >>>


      FOUND, TRAINERS THAT COULD YIELD VITAL CLUES
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of Paddington rail crash Il >>>


      FOURTH STRANGLER VICTIM CONFIRMED AS PAULA CLENNELL
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Murdered: Paula Clennell Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of >>>


      GRIM ECHO OF A PD JAMES BOOK
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of Paddington rail crash Il >>>


      HELEN, JUDI AND KATE TO FIGHT FOR GOLDEN GLOBE
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Showbiz headlines Giant python steals the show at comedy‘s big night TV chiefs attacked over ‘cheap and lazy‘ festive programmes Yoko Ono ‘foils 1m blackmail attempt‘ Naomi tries a bit of role reversal Stone shocks comedy audience with Ripper joke MORE SHOWBIZ Enjoy our blogs Benedict Broga >>>


      HOUSE PRICES TO SOAR 10 PER CENT NEXT YEAR
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of Paddington rail crash Il >>>


      HUNT FOR CHUBBY KERB CRAWLER IN A BMW
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of Paddington rail crash Il >>>


      ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT JAILED FOR 30 YEARS OVER WPC SHOOTING
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Trevon Thomas: Sentenced to 30 years in jail Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a >>>


      IVF BABIES DO NOT NEED A FATHER FIGURE, EXPERTS SAY
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     No need for a father figure for IVF babies? Health news Cash–strapped NHS spends 330,000 on improving blue logo Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time More women giving birth at home Doctors order Santa to go on a diet ‘Add folic acid to bread‘ experts advise Peanut allergies m >>>


      LABOUR UNION LINK CLAIMS SPARK MPS‘ ANGER
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repayment strategy needed for interest–only mortgages‘, warns watchdog Labour u >>>


      LIFE IN THE CAPITAL OF CUT–PRICE CRACK COCAINE
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Crack cocaine capital: The deadly drug is cheap in Ipswich Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroi >>>


      LONG ARMS OF WORLD‘S FRIENDLY GIANT SAVE DOLPHINS
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     The long arms of the world’s tallest living man saved two dolphins in north–east China.

See related articles ... ‘Celebrity‘ dolphin may have been slaughtered Bao Xishun, a 7ft 8.'5in herdsman from Inner Mongolia, removed pieces of plastic they had swallowed from their stomachs.

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      MADGE‘S SENSE OF HUMOUR FAILURE
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Grin and bear it: Ross and Madge share the stage at the Comedy Awards Showbiz headlines Giant python steals the show at comedy‘s big night TV chiefs attacked over ‘cheap and lazy‘ festive programmes Yoko Ono ‘foils 1m blackmail attempt‘ Naomi tries a bit of role reversal Stone shocks comedy >>>


      MAGIC MONTY LEAVES AUSSIES IN A SPIN
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
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      MILLIONAIRESS ‘TRIED TO HIRE HITMAN‘ TO KILL FORMER LOVER
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repayment strategy needed for interest–only mortgages‘, warns watchdog Labour u >>>


      MORNING AFTER PILLS TO HANDED OUT IN ADVANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     The charity BPAS says keeping the pills at home will stop more women from getting pregnant after unprotected sex Health news ‘Add folic acid to bread‘ experts advise Maternity services ‘cut in Govt opposition areas‘ Peanut allergies may be caused by anxious mothers Exercise ‘cuts risk of br >>>


      MORNING AFTER PILLS TO HANDED OUT IN ADVANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     The charity BPAS says keeping the pills at home will stop more women from getting pregnant after unprotected sex Health news Cash–strapped NHS spends 330,000 on improving blue logo Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time More women giving birth at home Doctors order Santa to go on a diet &l >>>


      MOTHER‘S TRIBUTE TO MARINE KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Royal Marine Richard Watson, 23, who was killed in a gun battle with Taliban forces in Afghanistan Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital >>>


      MPS SLAM SUPERMARKETS‘ CHEAP BOOZE PROMOTIONS
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
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      NO ENTRY TO UNIVERSITY WITHOUT A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repayment strategy needed for interest–only mortgages‘, warns watchdog Labour u >>>


      POLICE DRIVING SCHOOL CHIEF CAUGHT DOING 118MPH
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repayment strategy needed for interest–only mortgages‘, warns watchdog Labour u >>>


      PRINCES‘ FURY OVER FOREIGN PAPARAZZI‘S PICTURES OF DYING DIANA
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     The Princess of Wales with William and Harry in 1''4 Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repayment strategy needed for >>>


      RANK OUTSIDER GOBBLES UP PIE EATING CROWN
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Rank outsider pie eating champion, the 18–year old Brendan Brockbank Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repayment strate >>>


      RISE OF ‘KEN‘S‘ &#163;7,000 BATTERY–POWERED ELECTRIC CARS
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     G–Wiz electric cars are popping up all over the place Your top stories...

1. Beyonce‘s wardrobe malfunction 3. The superlions marooned on an island 2. Pope‘s message contains veiled criticism of US ‘terror‘ tactics 4. I‘m the human Barbie doll 5. Would you be size zero?
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      RURAL POLYTUNNEL ROW HEADS TO HIGH COURT
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Blight on the rural landscape? The row over polytunnels heads for the High Court Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his >>>


      SALES START HERE AS RETAILERS PANIC OVER TOUGH YEAR
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Shoppers know if they hold out for long enough the prices will drop Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Pol >>>


      SO WHO‘S HOGGING MY SPACE – THE BABY HEDGEHOGS THAT FORGOT TO HIBERNATE
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Cold, hungry and abandoned by their hibernating mothers, these baby hedgehogs are among thousands left to fend for themselves this winter.

Animal charities are being inundated with reports of young hedgehogs wandering around in a daze instead of hibernating.

Also see Orphaned hedgehogs saved in nick of >>>


      SPECIAL REPORT: THE SUFFOLK STRANGLER
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     A serial killer is being hunted after the bodies of five prostitutes were found in Suffolk.

Detective Chief Superintendent Stewart Gull has admitted Suffolk Police force have been "overwhelmed" by the sheer scale of the inquiry.

The murders have struck fear into the heart of Ipswich‘s c >>>


      THE OLD VILLAGE PRIMARY SCHOOL THAT‘S GONE NASA HIGHTECH
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     It is one of the country‘s oldest primary schools, housed in grade II listed buildings fashioned from old Devon stone.

Now it is being hailed "the future of education" after teachers turned the 200–year–old school room into a space age lecture theatre.

Pupils at the rural vi >>>


      THIS IS SANTA‘S GROTTO.COM
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Stocking fillers: Millions of Christmas gifts lie waiting to be ordered inside Tesco Direct‘s huge warehouse in Daventry Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies afte >>>


      TV CHIEFS ATTACKED OVER ‘CHEAP AND LAZY‘ FESTIVE PROGRAMMES
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Looks familiar: A Christmas special of 1'70s classic Porridge is part of BBC2‘s Christmas Day schedule Showbiz headlines Giant python steals the show at comedy‘s big night TV chiefs attacked over ‘cheap and lazy‘ festive programmes Yoko Ono ‘foils 1m blackmail attempt‘ Naomi tries >>>


      TWITCHERS FLOCK TO SEE THE CROOK–NECKED SWAN VISITOR
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Birdwatchers have been flocking to a nature reserve to catch a glimpse of an infamously deformed swan that has just arrived for the winter.

Despite having a badly bent neck, Crinkly, a three–year–old Bewick‘s swan, has just completed a mammoth 3,000 mile journey.

The swan‘s defo >>>


      WAS THIS HIS FIRST VICTIM? TEENAGE PROSTITUTE KILLED 14 YEARS AGO IS LINKED TO THE SUFFOLK STRANGLER
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Natalie Pearman: The 16–year–old prostitute was found strangled 14 years ago Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Re >>>


      WOMAN BAILED OVER BABY FOUND DEAD BY RIVER
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughter Police heroine living in a car after trauma of Paddington rail crash Il >>>


      YOUR CARRIAGE AWAITS: 140 YEARS OF CHAUFFEURED CARS
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
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      BRITISH SOLDIERS ‘CLEARED‘ OVER KENYAN RAPE CLAIMS
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Al Fayed calls Diana accident report ‘outrageous‘ Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repayment strategy needed for >>>


      BUSH CANCELS IRAQ WITHDRAWAL SPEECH
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     President Bush has postponed his response to the Baker Report until the new year Headlines Al Fayed calls Diana accident report ‘outrageous‘ Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler acciden >>>


      ETHIOPIAN DICTATOR GUILTY OF GENOCIDE
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Former dictator Mengistu is living in exile in Zimbabwe and was tried in absentia Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repayment >>>


      KILLING OF HAMAS JUDGE PUTS PALESTINE ON BRINK OF CIVIL WAR
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Gunman alongside the discarded schoolbags of the three murdered children Headlines Fourth Strangler victim confirmed as Paula Clennell 2,500 Post Offices set to be closed Family of de Menezes lose High Court battle Ex–Defence Secretary called to Iraq death inquest Chess prodigy father cleared of raping his daughte >>>


      LONG ARMS OF WORLD‘S FRIENDLY GIANT SAVE DOLPHINS
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     The long arms of the world’s tallest living man saved two dolphins in north–east China.

See related articles ... ‘Celebrity‘ dolphin may have been slaughtered Bao Xishun, a 7ft 8.'5in herdsman from Inner Mongolia, removed pieces of plastic they had swallowed from their stomachs.

C >>>


      MOTHER‘S TRIBUTE TO MARINE KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Royal Marine Richard Watson, 23, who was killed in a gun battle with Taliban forces in Afghanistan Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital >>>


      WELL DONE LADS, LET‘S SLAUGHTER A CAMEL
      The Daily Mail, 14-12-2006
     Headlines Morning after pills to handed out in advance for the first time Police driving school chief caught doing 118mph More BA strikes could hit skiing holidays Boiler accident baby dies after fight for life in hospital ‘Repayment strategy needed for interest–only mortgages‘, warns watchdog Labour u >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 6.

Business in Brief GDP Grows 6.5% in Q3 Gross domestic product grew by 6.5 percent in the third quarter of this year, year on year, down from 7.4 percent growth in the previous quarter, the State Statistics Servic >>>


      GAZPROM‘S SHTOKMAN PITCH IN SPRING
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 5. Gazprom‘s Shtokman Pitch in Spring Bloomberg Gazprom said Wednesday that it would decide how to attract foreign partners to its $20 billion Shtokman natural gas project in the spring of 2007.

CEO Alexei Miller met today with company officials to discuss pla >>>


      GAZPROM DENIES INTEREST IN TENARIS
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 5. Gazprom Denies Interest in Tenaris Bloomberg State–controlled Gazprom said Wednesday that it was not considering buying a stake in Luxembourg–based pipe producer Tenaris, denying a Reuters report.

"Gazprom denies any information that it‘s i >>>


      IVANOV SETS OUT VISION FOR STATE AVIATION FIRM
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 7. Ivanov Sets Out Vision for State Aviation Firm The Moscow Times Igor Tabakov / MT Ivanov said Tuesday that the UAC was planning to reach full capacity by 2015.

Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov formally took his place as head of the United Aviation Company, or UAC, >>>


      MARKET TRADERS OFFER SECRET BANK DATABASES
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 6. Market Traders Offer Secret Bank Databases Reuters Moscow market traders are peddling copies of a credit database holding confidential information on 3 million people that media are describing as possibly the biggest leak in Russian banking history.

The banks nam >>>


      MITVOL MAY WORK WITH HAMBRO
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 7. Mitvol May Work With Hambro By Robin Paxton Reuters Vladimir Filonov / MT Oleg Mitvol The Natural Resources Ministry‘s environment inspectorate will seek ways to cooperate with Peter Hambro Mining in talks Thursday aimed at easing threats to the London–listed >>>


      ON THE DEATH OF A VILLAIN
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 8. On the Death of a Villain By Boris Kagarlitsky To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should be sent by fax to (7& >>>


      SBERBANK SHARE DECISION SEEN NEXT WEEK
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 5. Sberbank Share Decision Seen Next Week Reuters A supervisory council of Sberbank will decide on a $7.6 billion share issue at a meeting next week, a top Finance Ministry official and a council member said Wednesday.

"I do not know the exact date but we need >>>


      SHELL SAYS PRESSURE MAY DELAY PROJECT
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 5. Shell Says Pressure May Delay Project Reuters Pressure from the authorities is beginning to threaten the timetable of the Shell–led Sakhalin–2 oil and gas project, the venture‘s operator said Wednesday.

"The activity of the regulatory bodie >>>


      UKRAINE‘S PARLIAMENT CLEARS LAST HURDLE TO WTO ENTRY
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 7. Ukraine‘s Parliament Clears Last Hurdle to WTO Entry By Yuri Kulikov Reuters KIEV –– Ukraine edged closer to its long–sought aim of joining the World Trade Organization on Wednesday when its parliament approved the final piece of legislation requir >>>


      VTB TO SELL 16% STAKE IN IMB
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 5. VTB to Sell 16% Stake in IMB Combined Reports Valery Volkov / Vedomosti VTB‘s sale of its IMB stake comes ahead of a planned $4 billion IPO in 2007.

The country‘s second–largest bank, Vneshtorgbank, has agreed to sell its 16 percent stake in Int >>>


      DRUNK TANKS FACE MONEY WOES AND BAD PR
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 1. Drunk Tanks Face Money Woes and Bad PR By Carl Schreck Staff Writer Vladimir Filonov / MT Boris, 53, being restrained by officers at the sobering–up station. Shortly after this photograph was taken, the officers forcibly removed his clothing.

Two police off >>>


      JEWS QUESTION RUSSIA–IRAN TIES
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 3. Jews Question Russia–Iran Ties By Kevin O‘Flynn Staff Writer Russia‘s largest Jewish organization on Wednesday called on the government to reassess its relations with Iran in response to a conference held in Tehran that questioned the reality of the Holo >>>


      JOURNALISTS WONDER IF WORDS COUNT
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 1. Journalists Wonder if Words Count By Maria Levitov Staff Writer The year has been rough for independent–minded media, and investigative journalists wondered at an awards ceremony Wednesday evening whether their often–perilous work was worth the effort.

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      MILINKEVICH TURNS DOWN PRIZE MONEY
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Reuters MINSK –– Belarussian opposition leader Alexander Milinkevich has turned down a cash prize linked to a human rights award and asked the European Union to use the money to help his compatriots resist President Alexander Lukashenko.

Milinkevich, who finished second to Lukashenko in a March elec >>>


      MITVOL MAY WORK WITH HAMBRO
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 7. Mitvol May Work With Hambro By Robin Paxton Reuters Vladimir Filonov / MT Oleg Mitvol The Natural Resources Ministry‘s environment inspectorate will seek ways to cooperate with Peter Hambro Mining in talks Thursday aimed at easing threats to the London–listed >>>


      ON THE DEATH OF A VILLAIN
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 8. On the Death of a Villain By Boris Kagarlitsky To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should be sent by fax to (7& >>>


      QUAINT KLIN‘S RARE CHARMS
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page '. Quaint Klin‘s Rare Charms By Maria Antonova Special to The Moscow Times Natasha Beskhlebnaya / For MT There‘s no better time to visit Klin than in the festive season.

Besides Tchaikovsky‘s house museum and a major brewery, Klin offers the po >>>


      SHELL SAYS PRESSURE MAY DELAY PROJECT
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 5. Shell Says Pressure May Delay Project Reuters Pressure from the authorities is beginning to threaten the timetable of the Shell–led Sakhalin–2 oil and gas project, the venture‘s operator said Wednesday.

"The activity of the regulatory bodie >>>


      TIMING OF LITVINENKO ATTACK IN DOUBT
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 4. Timing of Litvinenko Attack in Doubt The Associated Press Fabian Bimmer / AP Investigators on Wednesday scouring an estate west of Hamburg, Germany, for any traces of radiative materials.

A key witness in the radiation death of former Federal Security Service age >>>


      U.S., RUSSIA TANGLE, STALLING IRAN DEBATE
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 3. U.S., Russia Tangle, Stalling Iran Debate The Associated Press UNITED NATIONS –– Negotiations on an Iran sanctions resolution were unexpectedly postponed late Tuesday because of Russia‘s anger at the United States for raising the plight of a Belarussian >>>


      VTB TO SELL 16% STAKE IN IMB
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 5. VTB to Sell 16% Stake in IMB Combined Reports Valery Volkov / Vedomosti VTB‘s sale of its IMB stake comes ahead of a planned $4 billion IPO in 2007.

The country‘s second–largest bank, Vneshtorgbank, has agreed to sell its 16 percent stake in Int >>>


      WINE AND MOLECULES
      The Moscow Times, 14-12-2006
     Thursday, December 14, 2006. Issue 3561. Page 11. Wine and Molecules By Nathan Toohey Staff Writer Nathan Toohey / MT Diners at Grand Cru can experience molecular cuisine on the cheap.

Put away that pizza and banish that burger –– it‘s time you challenged your taste buds with something new. An >>>


      CG MEETING OPENS, FOCUSING ON VIETNAM‘S DEVELOPMENT PLAN
      Nhan Dan, 14-12-2006
     Addressing at the meeting, Vietnam‘s Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said that Vietnam expects to achieve the level of middle income country by the end of its Socio–Economic Development Plan in the 2006–2010 period, with a GDP per capita of up to US $1050 –1100, maintaining an annual growth rate o >>>


      NA STANDING COMMITTEE OPENS 45TH
      Nhan Dan, 14-12-2006
     Committee opens 45th session The National Assembly Standing Committee began its 45th session in Hanoi on December 13.

The Committee will evaluate the outcome of the 10th session, prepare the working programme for the 11th session of the 11th National Assembly, pass its working programme for 2007 and give opinio >>>


      OPTIONS OPEN FOR GLOBALISATION: EDUCATION MINISTER
      Nhan Dan, 14-12-2006
     Education Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan has pledged to take steps to increase the autonomy of Vietnamese universities and boost international co–operation in the tertiary education sector under a slogan "An intellectual Vietnam will add one more intellectual member to the international community." Minister >>>


      PARTY LEADER URGES CAPITAL AUTHORITIES TO ADDRESS VOTERS‘ PETITIONS
      Nhan Dan, 14-12-2006
     Meeting with voters in Hoan Kiem and Ba Dinh precincts on December 13, General Secretary Manh hailed their frank opinions on various matters. He noted that the system of meeting with voters should be improved so that National Assembly deputies can meet directly with voters and citizens at residential areas.

The >>>


      VIETNAM ATTACHES IMPORTANCE TO E–GOV PLAN
      Nhan Dan, 14-12-2006
     Vietnam‘s e–Government (e–Gov) plan aims at increasing transparency and creating better public services for citizens, businesses and social organisations, affirmed a senior official of the Ministry of Post and Telematics.

Deputy Minister Vu Duc Dam was speaking at a symposium themed "E&nd >>>


      ASIAN CITIES FACE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Manila—Asia’s urban population is expected to grow by 70 percent to more than 2.6 billion over the next 25 years, placing severe strain on services, according to a book jointly published by the Asian Development Bank.

As more and more rural people migrate to the cities for work, traffic congestion and pollution >>>


      GULF STATES DEMAND UN ACTION ON ISRAELI NUCLEAR ARMS
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Kuwait City—The head of the Gulf Cooperation Council Tuesday demanded the application of the UN charter’s Chapter Seven on Israel after its premier implied the Jewish state has nuclear weapons.

«We call for application against Israel of Chapter VII, that is to say, the imposition of sanctions,» Secr >>>


      GUNMEN KILL HAMAS LINKED JUDGE IN GAZA
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Khan Younis—Palestinian gunmen forced a Hamas commander to his knees and shot him to death early Wednesday outside the courthouse where he worked as an Islamic judge, escalating factional tensions in the Gaza Strip and prompting the Palestinian prime minister to cut short a trip abroad.

The death came two days >>>


      KABUL ASKED TO STOP BLAME GAME KARZAI URGED TO START NEGOTIATIONS RATHER THAN PRESS STATEMENTS NORWAY FOREIGN MINISTER MEETS KASURI, MUSHAHID MAHMOOD HUSSAIN / AROOSA ALAM
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Mahmood Hussain / Aroosa Alam Islamabad—Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Mushahid Hussain Syed said Wednesday that Afghanistan should stop accusing Pakistan; as the present situation in Afghanistan has been caused by Afghan jihad.

Briefing Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store in Parliament Hou >>>


      KASHMIR RESOLUTION ACCORDING TO KASHMIRIS ASPIRATIONS: DURRANI MAHMOOD HUSSAIN
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Mahmood Hussain He was talking to newsmen here at the Parliament House along with Chairman Senate Foreign Relations Committee Mushahid Hussain Sayed.

Both the Senators were not moved by the latest developments following the interview of President Gen. Pervez Musharraf to the NDTV during which he had suggested s >>>


      NWFP MOVING FEDERATION FOR HYDEL ROYALTY: DURRANI STAFF REPORTER
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Balochistan/AJK World Business Sports Voice of People Archive Contact Abdul Sattar Dr Jassim Taqui Dr S M Koreshi Dr Niloufer Mahdi Robert Clements Active Visitors: 4' Total Hits: 20544661 NWFP moving federation for hydel royalty: Durrani Staff Reporter Peshawar—The NWFP Chief Minister Akram Khan Durrani preside >>>


      PAK, SAUDI TO STRENGTHEN DEFENCE, STRATEGIC TIES AZIZ, ABDULLAH HOLD TALKS, VOW TO PLAY ROLE IN ENSURING PEACE
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     The wide ranging talks between King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz, the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques, and Prime Minister Aziz at the Janadariya Farm House stretched well beyond the scheduled time of one hour to over three hours. The two leaders also had one–on– meeting.

The King, in a rare gesture, in >>>


      PAKISTAN WILTS UNDER PRESSURE JOHN THAKUR DAS
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Marven Samuels with a cracking unbeaten century crushed Pakistan bowling to register a seven wickets victory to bounce back in the One Day International series at Multan reducing the lead to 2–1. Their win also meant that Karachi encounter promises a thrilling end to the series final.

The visitors made be >>>


      PM APPROVES 10% QUOTA FOR WOMEN OBSERVER REPORT
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Observer Report Islamabad—The Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr Shaukat Aziz has approved the proposal by ministry of women development, for reserving 10% quota for women across the board in all government departments.

«This 10% quota will further be increased to 50% with the passage of time as women are 50% >>>


      PRESIDENT APPEALS FOR DONATIONS FOR VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATIONS
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Islamabad—President General Pervez Musharraf, appreciating the spirit of voluntarism among the people, appealed to the philanthropists on Wednesday to contribute and donate generously to the volunteer organizations like the Pakistan Red Crescent Society to continue their noble work.

He was addressing a function >>>


      SHIPPING PROTOCOL TO AUGMENT PAK–INDIA CBMS: GHORI AGREEMENT TO HELP REDUCE TRADING RATES IN EXPORTS SENIOR REPORTER
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Senior Reporter Karachi—The Federal Minister for Ports and Shipping Senator Babar Khan Ghori Wednesday morning left for India to sign the shipping protocol with India that will add to confidence building measures between the two countries. After signing the protocol, operations under the agreement are expected to commen >>>


      TERRORISM CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST RASHID RAUF ISHTIAQ RAO
      Pakistan Observer, 14-12-2006
     Ishtiaq Rao Islamabad—Anti–terrorism court in Rawalpindi has dropped the charges of terrorism against Rashid Rauf a Pakistani–British national suspected of being a key figure in a plot to bow up transatlantic plane.

The alleged plot to detonate liquid explosives on jet planes travelling from London >>>


      &#132;WÜRGER VON SUFFOLK&#147;: POLIZEI SUCHT BMW–FAHRER
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14-12-2006
     14. Dezember 2006 Aktuell Gesellschaft Nachrichten Gesellschaft Aktuell Menschen Katastrophen Umwelt Kriminalität Mode Gesundheit FAZ.NET fragt Kein Rauchverbot – ist die Tabakwirtschaft zu mächtig?

Ja, die Regierung ist eingeknickt Nein, die Länder werden das Verbot durchsetzen Ja, der Pol >>>


      15 JAHRE HAFT FÜR MARIO M.
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14-12-2006
     Angeklagt wegen Geiselnahme, Entführung, Vergewaltigung und schweren sexuellen Kindesmißbrauchs: Mario M.
14. Dezember 2006 Der Entführer und Vergewaltiger von Stephanie ist zu einer Haftstrafe von 15 Jahren verurteilt worden. Das Landgericht Dresden ordnete am Donnerstag für Mario M. außerd >>>


      ABSCHIED VON DER ABFAHRT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14-12-2006
     14. Dezember 2006 Wegen des Klimawandels wird die Zahl der schneesicheren Gebiete in Deutschland in den nächsten 20 Jahren voraussichtlich um etwa 60 Prozent abnehmen. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommt die Organisation für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (OECD) in einer Studie. Besonders betroffen ist Ob >>>



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