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      DEADLY NEW VIRUS IS SILENCING SONGBIRDS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Songbirds are being ravaged by a highly contagious disease spread via bird baths and tables, scientists warned yesterday.

The virus – passed on in birds‘ saliva – causes their throats to swell to the extent that, unable to eat, they starve to death.

The Royal Society for the Protectio >>>


      DESPERATELY SEEKING ATTENTION: TERI LEADS HOUSEWIVES PACK IN PROMOTIONAL BLITZ
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Teri Hatcher and her Desperate Housewives co–stars have posed up – and been retouched – for yet more promotional shots ahead of the upcoming series return.

Their first red hot photo shoot, which featured all five stars strutting out of a blaze of flames, has this time been replaced by a more s >>>


      EU WANTS TO GET RID OF THE QUEEN FROM OUR PASSPORTS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Mention of the Queen could be removed from British passports and replaced by a page explaining why all EU citizens are entitled to use our embassies abroad, it emerged yesterday.

Current UK passports contain a traditional message from the British sovereign printed inside the front cover requesting ‘assist >>>


      EU WANTS TO PURGE THE QUEEN FROM OUR PASSPORTS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Mention of the Queen could be removed from British passports and replaced by a page explaining why all EU citizens are entitled to use our embassies abroad, it emerged yesterday.

Current UK passports contain a traditional message from the British sovereign printed inside the front cover requesting ‘assist >>>


      FACIAL SCANS COULD REVEAL GENETIC DISORDERS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     It is a branch of science that has long since fallen out of favour. But now the once–popular idea that you can read a person‘s character from their face could be making a medical comeback.

In Victorian times, the science of phrenology – in which the bumps on the head were ‘read‘ to >>>


      FEARS GROW FOR TEENAGER WHO VANISHED AFTER A ROW WITH HER PARENTS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Missing: Rosemary Edwards Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents fly home and say: ‘We played no part in her disappearance‘ Madeleine: ‘Fatal flaw‘ over test that found DNA in parents‘ hire car If the McCanns‘ hire car is vital evidence why were they still >>>


      FORGET ASTRONAUT DREAMS, MOST KIDS JUST WANT A HAPPY MARRIAGE
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Popular thinking dictates that most children want to be astronauts or rock stars when they grow up.

But it seems in reality their aspirations are far more down to earth. A survey of 1,56' adults found the most common childhood dream was to be happily married with a family.

It was the top choice for >>>


      FROM FACEBOOK TO ‘FACEBARK‘: THE ONLINE SOCIAL SITE FOR DOGS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Once they were happy to be simply man‘s best friend. But in the Internet age, dogs are expanding their social circles. Thousands have their own profiles on a Facebook spin–off called Dogbook, which also offers them to chance to network and make new friends, just like their owners.

There are currentl >>>


      GRASSROOTS FURY AT TORY MPS LURED BY BROWN
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Two Tory MPs accused of "defecting" to Labour faced a backlash in their constituencies.

Patrick Mercer and John Bercow infuriated grassroots Tories and fellow MPs by defying their party and agreeing to work for Gordon Brown last week.

Their eagerness to help the Government was condemned as na >>>


      HAPPINESS LESSONS AND CASH FOR PREGNANT WOMEN ARE STUNTS THAT WON‘T SOLVE ANYTHING
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Nanny state: Alan Johnson plans to give Ł120 to pregnant women to spend on fruit and vegetables Has there ever been a more inappropriate term than "nanny state", the insult used to criticise bossy Government initiatives? It is surely grossly unfair to nannies.

After all, real nannies are anything >>>


      HEART VALVES SUCCESSFULLY REPLACED BY KEYHOLE SURGERY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE UK
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Thousands of lives could be saved by a new type of keyhole heart surgery Most popular stories Health Entire site Keeping your teeth clean could help prevent a heart attack, claim doctors Is organic food really better for you?

Depression ‘is worse for your health than asthma or diabetes‘ Born at >>>


      HEROIN DEATH RACHEL‘S BOYFRIEND WAS ‘AGGRESSIVE, MANIPULATIVE‘ CHARACTER, INQUEST HEARS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Rachel Whitear‘s body, used in anti–drugs campaigns. A second inquest into her death has been launched Rachel Whitear and boyfriend Luke Fitzgerald who is to be questioned over her death Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents face social services probe in the UK Madeleine: What e >>>


      HOUSE PRICES CLIMB 2% IN A MONTH DESPITE SIX INTEREST RATE RISES
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     House prices rose by two per cent in July Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents face social services probe in the UK Madeleine: What evidence do the police really have?

We‘ll stop you seeing your twins: Police threat which sparked the McCanns‘ flight from Portugal Winne >>>


      HOW FACEBOOK BROUGHT ‘NODDING ACQUAINTANCES‘ TO A NEW GENERATION
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Email newsletter Enjoy our blogs Benedict Brogan‘s blog Katie Nicholl‘s showbiz diary Baz Bamigboye‘s blog Fashion blog Peter Hitchens Money blog They are the people you know well enough to smile at, but would be hard pressed to name.

For generations, the nodding acquaintance has played a spec >>>


      HOW THE MCCANN CASE HIGHLIGHTS OUR TRUE ATTITUDE TOWARDS EU MEMBERSHIP
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     The Madeleine McCann case highlights our true attitude towards membership of the European Union.

We think: "Why can‘t they get on top of this investigation?" They think: "Why don‘t they take their problems elsewhere and not destroy our tourist industry with their paedophile claims?&qu >>>


      HUGH GRANT‘S MYSTERY DINNER DATE PUTS A (RARE) SMILE ON HIS FACE
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Hugh‘s smiling now: Hugh Grant leaves a restaurant after a mystery date with a rare smile Actor Hugh Grant manages to summon up a rare smile – and its seems a mystery female dinner companion could be responsible.

Hugh was seen leaving top London restaurant China Tang, after he enjoyed a cosy dinner >>>


      I‘M MARRYING MY TOYBOY, SAYS ULRIKA
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     She has battled through two broken marriages and a string of messy affairs. And Ulrika Jonsson‘s faith in love has obviously survived intact. The former GMTV weathergirl is to marry her boyfriend Brian Monet, it was revealed yesterday.

Scroll down for more Ulrika with fiance Brian Monet: She‘s hopin >>>


      IN BED WITH POSH AND BECKS: THE BECKHAMS GET SULTRY – TO SELL PERFUME
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     They are famous for their clean–cut family image. But David and Victoria Beckham pose in a sultry, semi–pornographic embrace under crisp white bed linen to show their ‘dark side‘ while launching a new perfume.

The ex–England captain and his wife were shot by Terry Richardson, inf >>>


      MADELEINE: ‘PARENTS SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH KILLING DAUGHTER‘ SAY POLICE
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Kate and Gerry McCann should be charged with killing their daughter Madeleine and covering up the evidence, Portuguese police insist.

Despite serious questions about the investigation and reliability of forensic evidence, the distraught couple fear their emotional return to Britain yesterday might be brief.
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      MADELEINE: ‘WE HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH OUR LOVELY DAUGHTER VANISHING‘
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     This was the journey they so desperately didn‘t want to make. But 12' days after their daughter vanished, Kate and Gerry McCann flew home from Portugal yesterday.

Home was an empty house that once echoed with Madeleine‘s laughter, and a bedroom that is still waiting for her return.

Life >>>


      MADELEINE: JUST HOW FOOLPROOF ARE THE FORENSIC TESTS?
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     The stuff of life, the carrier of our genetic code, DNA has become one of the most powerful forensic tools in crime–fighting history. Its evidence is powerful, concrete and extraordinarily persuasive in a court of law.

How often have we read in such and such case that there is only a "one in 50 milli >>>


      MADELEINE: WHAT EVIDENCE DO THE POLICE REALLY HAVE?
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     For weeks, Kate and Gerry McCann have been subjected to a drip–feed of increasingly lurid allegations in the Portuguese media blaming them for Madeleine‘s death.

Portuguese police, citing their country‘s judicial secrecy laws, refuse to say anything publicly about their investigation or what e >>>


      MARQUESS OF BLANDFORD JAILED FOR SIX MONTHS AFTER ROAD RAGE ATTACK
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Jailed: The Marquess of Blandford arriving at court today Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents face social services probe in the UK Madeleine: What evidence do the police really have?

We‘ll stop you seeing your twins: Police threat which sparked the McCanns‘ flight fro >>>


      MCCANNS ‘REFUSED TO ANSWER‘ 40 QUESTIONS DURING POLICE INTERROGATION
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Gerry and Kate McCann refused to answer 40 questions when they were quizzed by police about Madeleine‘s disappearance, Portugese newspapers have claimed.

In the latest of a series of attacks on the couple by local media, sources claim GP Kate, 3', gave evasive answers to crucial issues and her respons >>>


      MEET THE PENSIONERS WHO HAVE LIVED IN A TRAVELODGE FOR 22 YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     For those who book into a Travelodge hotel an overnight stay in a 15 room is arguably more than long enough.

But David and Jean Davidson enjoyed their visit in 1'85 so much they never left.

They swapped their spacious flat, which is now worth 100,000, for a tiny room overlooking the busy A1 motorwa >>>


      MEN WHO USE PROSTITUTES COULD FACE JAIL SAY MINISTERS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     In favour: Jacqui Smith is reportedly interested in a change in the law Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents face social services probe in the UK Madeleine: What evidence do the police really have?

We‘ll stop you seeing your twins: Police threat which sparked the McCanns&lsq >>>


      MOST OF THE POLAR BEARS ‘WILL BE WIPED OUT BY END OF THE CENTURY‘
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     More than two thirds of the world‘s polar bears will be wiped out by 2050, according to a shocking new study.

By then, scientists say, global warming will have melted 42 per cent of the Arctic sea ice which the bears need to hunt and breed.

And by 2100, the experts warn, only a handful of the mag >>>


      NEW EVIDENCE SHOWS SMOKING BAN HAS SLASHED HEART ATTACK ADMISSIONS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     There has been no evidence of smokers shifting from public places into homes since the Scottish smoking ban (Picture posed by model) Most popular stories Health Entire site Facial scans could reveal genetic disorders New evidence shows smoking ban has slashed heart attack admissions Keeping your teeth clean could he >>>


      NEW ROW OVER 6–POINT FINE FOR SPEEDING MOTORISTS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Speeders could be given six points instead of three in future Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents face social services probe in the UK Madeleine: What evidence do the police really have?

We‘ll stop you seeing your twins: Police threat which sparked the McCanns‘ flight >>>


      NOW YOU RISK &#163;500 FINE FOR FEEDING TRAFALGAR SQUARE PIGEONS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     They are Trafalgar Square‘s most famous inhabitants. But, from today, anyone caught feeding the pigeons could face a 500 fine. The outright ban was brought in by council chiefs who have mounted a determined campaign to force out bird–lovers who have been exploiting a loophole in the law.

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      ONE IN FOUR BANK BRANCHES VANISH
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Over 3,000 local banks branches have closed since Labour came to power Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents fly home and say: ‘We played no part in her disappearance‘ Madeleine: ‘Fatal flaw‘ over test that found DNA in parents‘ hire car If the McCanns‘ h >>>


      OSBOURNE BROTHER CLAIMS SHARON MADE UP WITH DAD FOR CASH
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     The X–Factor‘s Sharon Osbourne faked her grief over the September 11 terror attacks to save her from bankruptcy, according to the latest claims from her brother David Arden.

The feisty wife of rocker Ozzy was so desperate to stop a court case by two of his former bandmates demanding 10 million in un >>>


      OVER–PROTECTIVE PARENTS ROBBING CHILDREN OF THEIR CHILDHOOD, EXPERTS WARN
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Over–protective parents are warned today that they are denying youngsters a proper childhood by keeping them indoors playing video games instead of letting them outside to play.

A group of almost 300 teachers, psychologists, authors and childcare experts claim the loss of unstructured play is threatening >>>


      OVER FIVE MILLION UNKNOWINGLY LIVE WITH HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE IN UK
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Deadly ignorance: 16m Britons are unaware they have high blood pressure Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents fly home and say: ‘We played no part in her disappearance‘ Madeleine: ‘Fatal flaw‘ over test that found DNA in parents‘ hire car If the McCanns‘ >>>


      PIGS ‘WITH HUMAN HEARTS‘ COULD BE A REALITY WITHIN TWO YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Lord Winston hopes herds of animals with transplantable organs could be created Genetic experiments on animals have come a long way since Dolly the cloned sheep was born Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents face social services probe in the UK Madeleine: What evidence do the police really >>>


      POLICE CRACK FIRST NEO NAZI CELL EVER DISCOVERED IN ISRAEL
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     It seems almost unthinkable in the homeland created by the Jews after the terrors of fascism.

But Israel has a cell of neo–Nazis, accused of a string of attacks on foreign workers, orthodox Jews, drug addicts and gays.

The immigrants from the former Soviet Union are all Israeli citizens and have >>>


      PROBATION STAFF WON‘T TELL COMMUNITY THAT CONVICTS ARE AT WORK – TO PROTECT THEIR FEELINGS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Convicted criminals working in the community are to be barred from wearing fluorescent jackets because their feelings might be hurt if passers–by hurl abuse, it emerged last night.

Government officials are worried about the health and safety of burglars and thugs if they can be identified as they carry ou >>>


      PUFFY–EYED POSH LOOKS TIRED WITHOUT HER HUGE SHADES
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Victoria Beckham once said her sunglasses ‘hide a multitude of sins‘ and now we can see why.

An immaculate–looking Posh swept through Los Angeles airport in her trademark giant shades and glossy pout, but looked somewhat put out when forced to remove them at passport control.

Scroll >>>


      SIR TREVOR CLEARED OF RACISM AFTER CALLING BERNARD MANNING ‘A FAT WHITE BASTARD‘
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     TV watchdog Ofcom has cleared ITV of racism after Sir Trevor McDonald branded the late controversial comic Bernard Manning a "fat, white bastard" on his satirical game show.

More than 100 people complained that the comment, made the week that Manning died, was racist.

Ofcom said Sir Trevor &q >>>


      SUMMER‘S LAST STING: WHY OUR BIZARRE WEATHER HAS BROUGHT WASPS OUT IN VAST NUMBERS
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     This pesky summer has not finished taunting us yet. As soon as we get a sustained spell of halfdecent weather, so that we can dust off the barbecue and plan a few outdoor meals before autumn closes in, something fresh comes to plague us.

The trouble is that we are not the only creatures keen to enjoy our place >>>


      THE LITTLE BOY WHO SURVIVED THE CARNAGE OF A CAR BOMB
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     In the aftermath of yet another devastating car bomb in Iraq, one bystander stumbled upon this amazing sight – a baby boy lying unhurt in the wreckage.

Two people were killed and six wounded when the driver exploded his vehicle near an Iraqi army checkpoint in Mahmudiya, 20 miles south of Baghdad.

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      THE MAP REVEALING THE EYESORES AND NOISE WRECKING OUR RURAL COMMUNITIES
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     From the roar of aircraft to the drone of giant wind turbines, it is getting harder to find peace and quiet in the countryside.

Now a map reveals just how much our rural communities are being spoilt. It shows that more than half of England is now disturbed by the sight and sound of nearby roads, towns, electric >>>


      THREE CHILDREN GO INTO CARE BECAUSE THEY ARE TOO FAT
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Concerns: One million children are classed as obese. Picture posed by model Most popular stories News Entire site Madeleine‘s parents fly home and say: ‘We played no part in her disappearance‘ Madeleine: ‘Fatal flaw‘ over test that found DNA in parents‘ hire car If the McCanns&lsq >>>


      VOLKSWAGEN UNVEILS THE ‘BABY BEETLE‘
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Seventy years after creating the original Beetle, Volkswagen is to build another no–frills "People‘s Car" for the 21st century.

The tiny 111/2foot–long four–seater will be unveiled tonight on the eve of the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Like the first Beetle, of which more tha >>>


      WE‘LL STOP YOU SEEING YOUR TWINS: POLICE THREAT WHICH SPARKED THE MCCANNS‘ FLIGHT FROM PORTUGAL
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     The McCanns desperate flight from Portugal was sparked by a police threat to separate Kate from her twins, it has emerged.

During two days of intense questioning, detectives reportedly warned the GP she would be charged and locked up until her trial – which would take at least a year to get to court.
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      WINNER OF &#163;26.5M EUROMILLIONS JACKPOT IS ALREADY A MILLIONAIRE
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     The British winner of the 26.5 million EuroMillions jackpot last month is a millionaire businessman, it has emerged.

The mystery man has asked to remain anonymous and is believed to own a business empire worth millions, with a portfolio of investments in the UK and abroad.

After scooping Britain‘ >>>


      AMERICANS GO NUTS FOR HILLARY CLINTON‘S BID TO BECOME PRESIDENT
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Winning the presedential race to the White House is a tough nut to crack for U.S. politicians – but not it seems, for Hillary Clinton.

A Clinton nutcracker is selling thousands on the internet, with users enjoying the novelty of cracking nuts in between her legs.

Scroll down for more..... Absolut >>>


      BASRA TROOP WITHDRAWAL DELAYED BECAUSE OF US PRESSURE, CLAIMS BRITISH COMMANDER
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     A British military commander in Iraq has said his forces could have withdrawn from Basra Palace five months ago if the Americans had not issued a plea for them to stay.

Brigadier James Bashall said pressure from Washington meant the troops stayed in the exposed outpost for longer than was necessary.

Hi >>>


      FRAUDSTERS TRIED TO STEAL &#163;2.'M IN AID FOR '/11 FAMILIES
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     More than 3000 people were killed in the September 11th attacks in New York Detectives have caught 53' people trying to steal 2.' million in aid for the families of '/11.

As the city prepares for memorial services on the sixth anniversary of the attacks tomorrow, New York police have revealed the el >>>


      GERMAN TV STAR SACKED AFTER PRAISING NAZI FAMILY VALUES
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Eva Herman poses with her new book Germany‘s best known, best loved and best looking TV personality has committed career suicide by praising the family policies of the Nazis.

Eva Herman, 48, whose blonde, blue–eyed features would have earned her praise from Adolf Hitler‘s race theorists, was s >>>


      HEROIC SOLDIER KILLED IN DARING MISSION AS HE TRIED TO SAVE HIS FALLEN COMRADES IN AFGHANISTAN
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     A British soldier died trying to rescue his fallen comrades in one of the fiercest battles with the Taliban so far in southern Afghanistan.

Sgt Craig Brelsford, 25, was killed as he led a platoon back into heavy enemy fire in a battle described as the "most intense and frightening" experienced in the >>>


      INCREDIBLE X RAY OF CHINESE WOMAN WHO HAD 23 NEEDLES BURIED IN HER BODY
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     Chinese surgeons plan to begin removing 23 needles from a woman, possibly imbedded under her skin by grandparents trying to kill her so that a baby boy might take her place.

Doctors believe Luo‘s grandparents may have inserted the needles long ago, hoping she would die and her parents might have a boy in >>>


      MCCANNS IN PLAN TO USE &#163;1M ‘FIND MADELEINE‘ FUND TO HELP CLEAR THEIR NAME
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     The McCanns are looking into a way that they can legally use the 1 million ‘Find Madeleine‘ fund raised by the public to help them find Madeleine to pay for their potentially huge legal fees, according to a family friend.

Kate and Gerry McCann have hired a top legal team more used to defending celeb >>>


      US REBUKES PAKISTAN FOR DEPORTATION OF SHARIF
      The Daily Mail, 10-09-2007
     The United States has rebuked Pakistan‘s government for deporting former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif hours after he returned home from exile vowing to end the rule of President Pervez Musharraf.

About four hours after he arrived on a flight from London, Sharif was taken into custody and charged with corru >>>


      $'4BLN FOR SIBERIAN GAS PLAN
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 7. $'4Bln for Siberian Gas Plan Bloomberg The government has approved a 2.4 trillion ruble ($'4 billion) program to tap eastern Siberia‘s vast gas fields and build storage and pipelines to meet growing domestic and Asian demand for fuel.

Of the amou >>>


      APEC FOCUSES ON TRADE TALKS, CLIMATE CHANGE
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. APEC Focuses on Trade Talks, Climate Change By Malcolm Foster The Associated Press SYDNEY, Australia –– Pacific Rim leaders on Sunday pledged political will and flexibility to advance faltering global trade talks as a matter of urgency after striking an agreement o >>>


      BUSH CONFUSES ACRONYMS IN SPEECH
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Bush Confuses Acronyms in Speech Reuters SYDNEY, Australia –– Even for gaffe–prone U.S. President George W. Bush, Friday‘s was a rare performance.

Bush‘s tongue started slipping almost as soon as he started talking at a business forum on >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 8.

Business in Brief Putin Hints at Bank Help President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that the government could support liquidity in the country‘s banking system, RIA–Novosti reported.

The gover >>>


      ENEL SEES HIGHER RUSSIAN GAS RESERVES
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page '. Enel Sees Higher Russian Gas Reserves Bloomberg Enel CEO Fulvio Conti said Russian energy assets that the Italian utility bought this year might hold more natural gas than previously estimated.

"Geological data show that the gas is accessible and that >>>


      GEORGIA TO SUE FORBES OVER ABKHAZIA
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 7. Georgia to Sue Forbes Over Abkhazia Reuters TBILISI, Georgia –– Georgia said Friday that it would take the Russian edition of Forbes magazine to the European Court of Human Rights for publishing details of properties for sale in its rebel Abkhazia region.>>>


      INVESTORS IN APPROACH OVER YUKOS
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 7. Investors in Approach Over Yukos The Moscow Times Western investors who bought a Yukos firm that is the subject of a protracted legal battle in the Netherlands contacted former Yukos managers who claim effective control over the firm and sought their agreement to take >>>


      KAZAKHS AWAIT PLAN FOR KASHAGAN FIELD
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page '. Kazakhs Await Plan For Kashagan Field Reuters ASTANA, Kazakhstan –– Kazakhstan is still waiting for an Eni–led group of international oil companies to make an offer of compensation to the state for delays and cost overruns at the offshore Kashagan >>>


      LUKOIL, CNPC SIGN COOPERATION DEAL
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 7. LUKoil, CNPC Sign Cooperation Deal By Maria Ermakova Bloomberg LUKoil and China‘s CNPC have a struck a deal to cooperate on oil and gas production abroad and supplying hydrocarbons to China.

LUKoil president Vagit Alekperov and CNPC chairman Jiang Jiemin >>>


      MELAMED IS NANOTECH CORP CEO
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page '. Melamed Is Nanotech Corp CEO By Lyubov Pronina Bloomberg Alexander Saverkin / Itar–Tass Alemar‘s Leonid Melamed standing at a nanotechnology meeting on Friday.

President Vladimir Putin has appointed investment company Alemar‘s Leonid Mela >>>


      OPEC LEADER SAYS MARKET LACKING REFINING CAPACITY
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. OPEC Leader Says Market Lacking Refining Capacity Reuters ABU DHABI –– International oil markets have enough oil, but a lack of capacity to refine it is contributing to high prices, OPEC‘s president told reporters Sunday.

"Current supplies to th >>>


      POLAR BEARS MAY BE ON THIN ICE
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Polar Bears May Be on Thin Ice By John Heilprin The Associated Press WASHINGTON –– Two–thirds of the world‘s polar bears will be killed off by 2050 –– and the entire population gone from Alaska –– because of thinning sea ice from >>>


      POWER MACHINES WINS ORDERS FOR KRASNOYARSK AND MEXICO
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 7. Power Machines Wins Orders For Krasnoyarsk and Mexico Bloomberg Power Machines, the subject of a takeover battle between Oleg Deripaska and Alexei Mordashov, signed a deal on Friday to supply a Siberian hydropower plant the day after securing a contract to provide turb >>>


      RUSSIANS ARE WELCOME BUT GEORGIANS ARE NOT
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 11. Russians Are Welcome But Georgians Are Not By Matthew Collin 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 >>>


      STATOIL DENIES DEAL ON SHTOKMAN
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page '. Statoil Denies Deal on Shtokman Reuters CALGARY, Alberta –– Norway‘s Statoil is still in discussions with Gazprom over a potential stake in the massive Shtokman gas field but has yet to agree on a share in the development, Statoil‘s chief ex >>>


      TURKMENS RAISE GAS AND OIL OUTPUT
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page '. Turkmens Raise Gas and Oil Output Reuters ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan –– Turkmenistan raised natural gas production by 11 percent in the first eight months of 2007 compared with the same period last year, state media reported Friday, without giving figures.< >>>


      UNHAPPY ANNIVERSARY
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 10. Unhappy Anniversary This year marks the 200th anniversary of official relations between Russia and the United States.

Of course, the two nations had relations that preceded 1807. Benjamin Franklin was in correspondence with Russian scientists about his theori >>>


      17 BABIES, 5 ADULTS INFECTED WITH HIV
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 5.
17 Babies, 5 Adults Infected With HIV Combined Reports BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan –– Seventeen babies and five adults have contracted HIV through infected blood transfusions in Kyrgyzstan, a senior health official said Friday.

Sagynaly Mamatov, head o >>>


      4,000 MARCH TO PROTEST GAZPROM TOWER
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 5.
4,000 March to Protest Gazprom Tower Combined Reports Dmitry Lovetsky / AP Grigory Yavlinsky marching with protesters over Gazprom‘s proposed skyscraper Saturday in St. Petersburg.

Some 4,000 activists from Yabloko and coalition The Other Russia marc >>>


      CURBS PROPOSED ON USED PHONE SALES
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 6. Curbs Proposed on Used Phone Sales By Tai Adelaja Staff Writer M. Stulov / Vedomosti New police figures say women and children are five times more likely than men to have their mobile phone stolen.

The government is proposing tougher curbs on the sale of mobil >>>


      EU MINISTERS CALL FOR TOUGHER RUSSIA LINE
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 3. EU Ministers Call for Tougher Russia Line By Mark John and Marcin Grajewski Reuters VIANA DO CASTELO, Portugal –– The European Union must be tougher in its dealings with a newly assertive Russia during the final months of President Vladimir Putin‘s ru >>>


      FIRST PERSON
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     By Tatyana Gershkovich Tatyana Gershkovich / MT Tatyana Isuk, owner of Mastera Kukol doll– and costume–making company "I‘ve always loved dolls. I‘ve loved them since I was a child, and I still love them, so now I make them. It‘s such a joyous profession. People can‘t help but lov >>>


      KREMLIN SPEECHWRITER PUTS WORDS TO MUSIC
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     By Natalya Krainova Staff Writer kremlin.ru Pollyeva By day, presidential aide Dzhakhan Polliyeva‘s duties include preparing speeches for President Vladimir Putin. By night, she writes pop songs.

Polliyeva, credited for helping write, among other things, Putin‘s state–of–the–nation >>>


      MIKHALKOV WINS VENICE PRIZE FOR ‘12‘
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 4. Mikhalkov Wins Venice Prize for ‘12‘ Combined Reports Alessandro Bianchi / Reuters Director Nikita Mikhalkov attending a photocall for his latest movie, "12," at the Venice film festival on Friday.

Director Nikita Mikhalkov won a special >>>


      NATO ASKS MOSCOW TO CLARIFY TIES
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 3. NATO Asks Moscow to Clarify Ties The Associated Press Ivan Sekretarev / AP Schröder joking with a woman while visiting a bookstore to promote the Russian edition of his book on Saturday.

GENEVA –– NATO Secretary–General Jaap de Hoop Sche >>>


      NEW RULES SOUGHT AFTER ROCKET CRASH
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 5. New Rules Sought After Rocket Crash By Simon Saradzhyan Staff Writer Reuters Debris of a Proton–M rocket lying at the crash site in Kazakhstan on Friday.

Kazakhstan plans to toughen launch rules at the Russia–leased Baikonur Cosmodrome after the cr >>>


      NO WORK PERMITS FOR EXPATS FOR NOW
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 1. No Work Permits for Expats for Now By Alexander Osipovich Staff Writer Foreigners applying for work permits in Moscow have been hit with another delay on top of what is already a cumbersome and slow–moving process.

Local branches of the Federal Labor and >>>


      PUTIN REASSURES ASIANS, INVITES BUSH TO SIBERIA
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 1. Putin Reassures Asians, Invites Bush to Siberia Combined Reports Dmitry Astakhov / Presidential Press Service Putin gesturing as he stands with Thai Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont and Bush in Drizabone jackets for a photo Saturday at the Sydney Opera House.

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      RESTAURANT NEWS
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 17. Restaurant News By Nathan Toohey Staff Writer Nathan Toohey / MT Good news for sandwich lovers –– the newly merged Pret–A–Manger clones Pyat Zvyozd and Prime have begun operating as one chain, now to be known as Prime Star. Two Prime Stars have >>>


      RUSSIA GIVES MACEDONIA 3–0 THRASHING
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 24. Russia Gives Macedonia 3–0 Thrashing Reuters Alexander Wilf / AP Andrei Arshavin rejoicing after his goal against Macedonia during Saturday‘s Group E qualifier at Lokomotiv stadium. Russia will face England on Wednesday.

Russia beat Macedonia 3&nd >>>


      SCHRODER CRITICIZES U.S. MISSILE PLAN
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 3. Schroder Criticizes U.S. Missile Plan Reuters Ivan Sekretarev / AP Schröder joking with a woman while visiting a bookstore to promote the Russian edition of his book on Saturday.

U.S. plans to deploy parts of a missile defense shield in Poland and the Cze >>>


      TASTY BEERS IN THE BURBS
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 17. Tasty Beers in the Burbs By Nathan Toohey Staff Writer Nathan Toohey / MT Piffnoi raises the bar in the outer–suburban beer restaurant scene.

Beer restaurants outside the center just keep improving with each and every opening, or so it would seem judgin >>>


      TAX SERVICE INVESTIGATES NIDAN SOKI
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 6. Tax Service Investigates Nidan Soki The Moscow Times The Federal Tax Service said it was investigating juice maker Nidan Soki over irregularities in its tax payments from 2004 to 2006, Interfax reported Friday.

Tax inspectors are investigating value–adde >>>


      THE INCONSISTENT SUCCESSION
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Vedomosti 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 (7–4'5) 232–652', by e–mail to oped@imedia.ru, or by post. The >>>


      WARS, WATER AND WELL–BEING
      The Moscow Times, 10-09-2007
     Monday, September 10, 2007. Issue 373'. Page 15. Wars, Water And Well–Being By Marina Kamenev Special to The Moscow Times Vladimir Filonov / MT When Carel de Rooy first agreed to work for UNICEF more than 25 years ago, he had little idea what he was in for.

"Someone from UNICEF had found my appli >>>


      PRIME MINISTER ARRIVES IN ST. PETERSBURG FOR RUSSIAN VISIT
      Nhan Dan, 10-09-2007
     PM Dung is welcomed at Pulkovo airport in Saint Petersburg.

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and a high–level delegation of Vietnam arrived in St. Petersburg on the afternoon of September ' for an official visit to Russia.

On September 10, PM Dung will meet with St. Petersburg Mayor Valentina M >>>


      GELDF'6;LSCHER AUFGEFLOGEN
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     Drei Millionen 50–Euro–Scheine hätten gefälscht werden können 10. September 2007 Ungarische Sicherheitsorgane und das Europäische Polizeiamt Europol in Den Haag sind der Fälschung von Euro–Banknoten in bislang ungeahntem Umfang zuvorgekommen.

Nach Informationen der F.A >>>


      MIT VOGELGRIPPEVIRUS BEFALLENE ENTEN IM HANDEL?
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     Entenmastbetrieb in Hofing: Bisher größte Keulungsaktion 10. September 2007 Aus den von der Vogelgrippe betroffenen Unternehmen im mittelfränkischen Wachenroth könnten Enten mit dem H5N1–Erreger auch in den Handel gelangt sein. Ganz ausschließen kann man das nicht, sagte der Sprecher des b >>>


      STARLET FÜR DAS DENKENDE PUBLIKUM
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     Von Sascha Lehnartz Julia Stiles im Interview zum aktuellen Film âžDas Bourne Ultimatumâť 10. September 2007 Sympathisch an Julia Stiles ist, dass sie sich keine große Mühe gibt zu behaupten, ein Interview–Marathon zur Vermarktung ihres neuen Filmes sei eine wahnsinnig aufregende An >>>


      WEHREN KÖNNEN SIE SICH NICHT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     Von Jonas Siehoff Kinder erfassen die Welt mit allen Sinnen ...
10. September 2007 Sie lauern im Boden, im Wasser und in der Luft, auch in Wohnungen – und nicht selten im Spielzeug. Manche tragen einfache Namen wie Blei oder Cadmium, andere monströse Bezeichnungen wie Dichlordiphenyl– trichlorethyle >>>


      WEITERE VERHAFTUNGEN IM MORDFALL YVAN S.
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     Von Rüdiger Soldt Die Polizei birgt Blumentöpfe mit einbetonierten Leichenteilen 10. September 2007 Im Mordfall des 1' Jahre alten Gymnasiasten Yvan S.

hat die Polizei zwei weitere Tatverdächtige festgenommen. Dabei handelt es sich um den 44 Jahre alten Vater des mutmaßlichen Haupttä >>>


      WERDEN MADELEINES ELTERN ANGEKLAGT?
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     Stehen sie vor einer Anklage? Kate und Gerry McCann 10. September 2007 Die portugiesische Polizei will Beweise gegen die Eltern der vermissten vier Jahre alten Madeleine der Staatsanwaltschaft zu übergeben.

Dies teilte ein Polizeisprecher am Montag mit. Die Staatsanwaltschaft müsse dann entscheiden, o >>>


      WIE MAN AUS KINDERN MANAGER MACHT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     Von Hannes Hintermeier Der Druck wächst: Gymnasiasten in Wiesbaden 10. September 2007 Wenn sie am Montag nach acht Schulstunden gegen sechzehn Uhr nach Hause kommen, landet der bleischwere Schulranzen dort, wo er hingehört: neben dem Schreibtisch. Denn dann geht es an die Hausaufgaben, und zwar in drei Hauptf& >>>


      WIEDER WENIGER GEBURTEN IN DEUTSCHLAND
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     Vaterfreuden – ein weiterhin seltener werdendes Glück 10. September 2007 Die Zahl der Geburten in Deutschland nimmt weiter ab.
2006 seien rund 672.700 Kinder zur Welt gekommen, dies seien etwa 13.100 weniger als 2005 gewesen, teilte das Statistische Bundesamt am Montag in Wiesbaden mit. Gleichzeitig ging >>>


      ZU SCHICK, ZU CHARMANT
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     Von Peter Lückemeier Wäre heute misstrauischer: Marijke Amado 0'. September 2007 Viel würde uns fehlen, gäbe es die Demoskopie nicht.

Sehr gern haben wir in Bild zur Kenntnis genommen, dass nach einer Umfrage unter nicht weniger als 50.754 Männern und Frauen in 2' Ländern i >>>


      '4;ŽICH FÜHLE MICH NICHT BEDROHT'4;Ś
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10-09-2007
     "Frankfurt ist und bleibt eine liberale Stadt": Dieter Graumann 10. September 2007 Dieter Graumann, der Vizepräsident des Zentralrats der Juden, warnt nach der Messerattacke auf einen Rabbiner vor Panik. Wir lassen uns nicht einschüchtern. Im Interview äußert er sich zum Antisemitismus und >>>



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