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      SPD WEIST «ERPRESSUNGSVERSUCH» DER '6;RZTE ZURÜCK
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Großansicht Berlin/Osnabrück (dpa) – Der SPD–Gesundheitsexperte Karl Lauterbach hat die angekündigten Praxisschließungen niedergelassener '6;rzte scharf kritisiert und sie aufgefordert, «von diesem Erpressungsversuch Abstand zu nehmen».

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      SPITZENTREFFEN ZWISCHEN VER.DI UND T–SYSTEMS
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Bonn (dpa) – Begleitet von Warnstreiks versuchen Arbeitnehmervertreter und das Management von T–Systems den Tarifkonflikt bei der Telekom–Tochter beizulegen. Bisher liegen keine Ergebnisse vor. Für die 40 000 Beschäftigten fordert die Dienstleistungsgewerkschaft ver.di Einkommensverbesserunge >>>


      STICHWORT: FLUGSICHERUNG
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Großansicht Frankfurt/Langen (dpa) – Die Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH (DFS) ist für die Kontrolle des deutschen Luftverkehrs zuständig. Nahezu alle Flüge von Verkehrsmaschinen im deutschen Luftraum werden von der DFS koordiniert, auch wenn sie quasi im Transit nur über Deutschland hinwegfli >>>


      STICHWORT: UNGARN
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Großansicht Hamburg (dpa) – Die Republik Ungarn ist mit knapp '3 000 Quadratkilometern etwa so groß wie Bayern und Mecklenburg–Vorpommern zusammen. Nahezu jeder fünfte Ungar lebt in der Hauptstadt Budapest. Die Metropole an der Donau ist kulturelles und ökonomisches Zentrum des Landes >>>


      TOKIOS BÖRSE SCHLIEßT UNEINHEITLICH
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Tokio (dpa) – Die Aktienbörse in Tokio hat uneinheitlich geschlossen. Der Nikkei–Index büßte geringfügig um 8,35 Punkte auf den Stand von 16 780,47 Zählern ein. Der Euro lag leichter bei 1,2532 Dollar.
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      TÖDLICHE ZIVILCOURAGE: MANN IN S–BAHN ERSCHLAGEN
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Großansicht Hamburg (dpa) – Der 52 Jahre alte Mann, der am Sonntagmorgen in einer Hamburger S–Bahn Zivilcourage bewiesen hatte und dafür von einem Jugendlichen niedergeschlagen wurde, ist gestorben. Die lebenserhaltenden Geräte bei dem zuvor schon hirntoten Mann seien am Montagnachmittag abges >>>


      ULLA SCHMIDT VERTEIDIGT ERNEUT GESUNDHEITSREFORM
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Bundesgesundheitsministerin Ulla Schmidt hat die Gesundheitsreform gegen die nicht enden wollende Kritik verteidigt. Man müsse das Geld, das ins Gesundheitswesen fließt, besser und gerechter verteilen, sagte Schmidt im ZDF. Die Kritik von '6;rzten über eine unzureichende Honori >>>


      UNIONSFRAKTION STIMMT GESUNDHEITSREFORM MIT MEHRHEIT ZU
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Nach der SPD– hat auch die Unionsfraktion dem Gesetzentwurf zur Gesundheitsreform mit breiter Mehrheit zugestimmt. Es habe weniger als zehn Gegenstimmen gegeben, hieß es von Seiten der Fraktionsführung. Bei den Sozialdemokraten hatten zuvor weniger als 20 Abgeordnete gegen die Verein >>>


      UNTERSUCHUNG ÜBER KSK–AKTIVIT'6;TEN WIRD AUSGEWEITET
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – Der Verteidigungsausschuss des Bundestages soll nicht nur den Fall Murat Kurnaz, sondern die gesamten Aktivitäten des Kommandos Spezialkräfte (KSK) der Bundeswehr zwischen November 2001 und November 2002 in der afghanischen Stadt Kandahar untersuchen.

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      UNTERSUCHUNGSAUFTRAG ÜBER KSK–AKTIVIT'6;TEN WIRD AUSGEWEITET
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Der Verteidigungsausschuss des Bundestages soll nicht nur den Fall Murat Kurnaz, sondern die gesamten Aktivitäten des KSK zwischen November 2001 und November 2002 in Kandahar untersuchen. Dias geht aus dem von Union und SPD vorgelegten Untersuchungsauftrag an den Verteidigungsausschuss hervor, >>>


      US–PR'6;SIDENT BUSH REIST IM NOVEMBER ZUM APEC–GIPFEL NACH VIETNAM
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Washington (dpa) – US–Präsident George W. Bush wird im November am Gipfeltreffen der APEC–Staaten in Vietnam teilnehmen. Das gab das Weiße Haus in Washington bekannt. Der Präsident werde am 18. und 1'. November mit den Staats– und Regierungschefs der Asiatisch– Pazifische >>>


      US–SOLDAT IM IRAK VERMISST
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Bagdad (dpa) – Ein US–Soldat wird in Bagdad vermisst. Amerikanische und irakische Truppen hätten umgehend eine Suchaktion eingeleitet, teilte das US–Militär mit. Es ist noch unklar, ob der Soldat entführt oder aus anderen Gründen vermisst wurde. Am Wochenende waren mindestens acht U >>>


      US–SOLDAT IM IRAK VERMISST – KINDER BEI ATTENTAT VERLETZT
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Großansicht Bagdad (dpa) – Die US–Truppen im Irak suchen nach einem amerikanischen Soldaten, der am Montagabend in Bagdad verschwunden war. Auch irakische Truppen seien an der Suchaktion beteiligt, teilte das US–Militär mit. Es war am Dienstag noch unklar, ob der Soldat entführt oder aus >>>


      USA UND DEUTSCHLAND RUTSCHEN IN SACHEN PRESSEFREIHEIT AB
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Die Journalistenorganisation Reporter ohne Grenzen sieht eine alarmierende «Aushöhlung der Pressefreiheit» in den USA, Frankreich und Japan. Deutschland fiel nach der «Cicero»– und der BND–Affäre in der weltweiten Rangliste zur Pressefreiheit vom 18. auf den 23. Platz zurü >>>


      WEIßBUCH BEREITET BODEN FÜR BUNDESWEHREINSATZ IM INNERN
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Die Bundeswehr soll zur Abwehr terroristischer Gefahren verstärkt auch im Innern eingesetzt werden können. Das geht aus dem «Weißbuch zur Sicherheitspolitik Deutschlands und zur Zukunft der Bundeswehr» hervor, das der dpa vorliegt. Der Einsatz der Bundeswehr im Inland ist zwischen Uni >>>


      ZAHL DER TOTEN UND VERLETZTEN AUF DEUTSCHLANDS STRAßEN GESUNKEN
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Wiesbaden (dpa) – Bei Verkehrsunfällen in Deutschland sind in diesem Jahr bisher deutlich weniger Menschen getötet oder verletzt worden als im Vorjahr. Wie das Statistische Bundesamt mitteilte, wurden zwischen Januar und August dieses Jahres 3260 Verkehrsteilnehmer getötet. Das ist ein Rückgang >>>


      ZWEI SCHWERVERLETZTE IN FREIZEITPARK
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Haßloch (dpa) – Im Freizeitpark «Holiday Park» in Haßloch in Rheinland–Pfalz sind zwei Menschen von einem umstürzenden Baum schwer verletzt worden. Fünf Besucher erlitten leichte Blessuren, als der Baum auf ein Zelt stürzte. Eine Orkanböe hatte die Baumkrone erfasst.
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      ZWÖLF TOTE BEI BRAND EINES BUSSES IN PANAMA
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Panama–Stadt (dpa) – Beim Brand eines vollbesetzten Busses sind in Panama–Stadt zwölf Fahrgäste getötet und 17 weitere verletzt worden. Laut Behörden geriet das Fahrzeug aus noch ungeklärten Gründen in Brand. Viele Fahrgäste seien in dem Bus verbrannt, da sich der Not >>>


      ZWÖLF TOTE BEI BUSBRAND IN PANAMA
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Großansicht Panama–Stadt (dpa) – Beim Brand eines vollbesetzten Busses sind am Montag in Panama–Stadt zwölf Fahrgäste getötet und 17 weitere verletzt worden. Das Fahrzeug, das zwischen der Hauptstadt Panamas und der nahe gelegenen Ortschaft San Miguelito verkehrte, sei aus noch unge >>>


      '6;RZTE DROHEN MIT REFORMBOYKOTT
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Vor dem geplanten Kabinettsbeschluss zur Gesundheitsreform haben die '6;rzte mit einem Boykott der Pläne gedroht.

Bleibt der Gesetzentwurf so, könne und werde man ihn nicht umsetzen. Das sagte der Vorsitzende der Kassenärztlichen Bundesvereinigung, Andreas Köhler, >>>


      '6;RZTE MACHEN FRONT GEGEN GESUNDHEITSREFORM
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Einen Tag vor dem geplanten Kabinettsbeschluss zur Gesundheitsreform haben '6;rztevertreter in Berlin noch einmal scharfe Kritik an dem Gesetz geübt. '6;rztepräsident Jörg–Dietrich Hoppe warf der Koalition bei einem außerordentlichen '6;rztetag «Tä >>>


      '6;RZTE WARNEN VOR «RATIONIERUNGSMEDIZIN»
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – Einen Tag vor dem geplanten Kabinettsbeschluss zur Gesundheitsreform haben die '6;rzte vor der Rationierung medizinischer Leistung zu Lasten von Millionen Patienten gewarnt. Statt mehr Wettbewerb zu schaffen, steuerten Union und SPD geradewegs in «eine zentralistisch gesteuer >>>


      '6;RZTEKAMMER ERNEUERT KRITIK AN GESUNDHEITSREFORM
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Der Präsident der Bundesärztekammer, Jörg–Dietrich Hoppe, hat vor dem geplanten Kabinettsbeschluss zur Gesundheitsreform seine Kritik an dem Vorhaben erneuert. Durch die Reform werde unter anderem ein Versorgungsproblem auftreten, sagte Hoppe im ZDF. Durch die ungelöste Fin >>>


      ÖLPREIS KAUM VER'6;NDERT
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Singapur (dpa) – Der Ölpreis hat sich kaum verändert. Ein Barrel der US–Sorte West Texas Intermediate kostete am Morgen 58,80 Dollar. Das war ein Cent weniger als zu Handelsschluss gestern. Der Markt zweifle weiter an der Umsetzung der von der Organisation Erdöl exportierender Staaten angek >>>


      «7 ZWERGE – DER WALD IST NICHT GENUG» FEIERT PREMIERE IN HAMBURG
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Hamburg (dpa) – Zur Deutschlandpremiere der Märchen–Parodie «7 Zwerge Der Wald ist nicht genug» werden heute Abend in Hamburg Comedy–Stars wie Otto Waalkes und Martin Schneider erwartet. Der Film ist die Fortsetzung des Kassenschlagers «7 Zwerge – Männer allein im Wald», der im Jahr 200 >>>


      «PUTZI» VON OPEL STIRBT BEI AUTOUNFALL
      Die Welt, 24-10-2006
     Berlin (dpa) – Christina von Opel, Cousine von Gunter Sachs, ist im Alter von 55 Jahren bei einem Autounfall in Spanien ums Leben gekommen.

«Die Familie ist in tiefer Trauer. Christinas Tod ist für uns unfassbar», sagte Gunter Sachs «BUNTE.T– Online». Regenfälle hatten die Straße in A >>>


      A YOUNG GENERATION TOTALLY OUT OF CONTROL
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      ‘BIZARRE‘ TAX CREDIT STAFF BONUSES CONDEMNED
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertility in women‘ A week‘s worth of rain in one night – and >>>


      ‘FOLIC ACID HELPS FERTILITY IN WOMEN‘
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Health news Flu jabs for mums–to–be to protect children from leukaemia Alzheimer‘s disease linked to the common cold Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility More women plan contraception around career choices Omega–3 added to tinned spaghetti Confusion as ‘Kylie effect& >>>


      1,500 CRUISE SHIP PASSENGERS WITHOUT TOILETS FOR ‘THREE DAYS‘
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs after ''' services ban hea >>>


      A WEEK‘S WORTH OF RAIN IN ONE NIGHT – AND MORE FREAK WEATHER TO COME
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      AVERAGE COST OF A HOME IN BRITAIN TO RISE TO &#163;200,000, SAY EXPERTS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      BA WORKER BANNED FROM WEARING CROSS WANTS TO ‘GLORIFY‘ JESUS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      BLAIR‘S CHIEF OF STAFF ‘QUESTIONED IN CASH FOR PEERAGES PROBE‘
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Quizzed: Jonathan Powell Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs after '&# >>>


      BORAT‘S U.S. ROAD TRIP MAKES BENEFIT FOR GLORIOUS COHEN
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Certificate: 15 Rating: Thumbs up: The Borat movie is a success with audiences Showbiz headlines Madonna gives first interview over adoption controversy Coleen splashes out for Rooney‘s 21st birthday Potter star Daniel says women are after his 23m fortune Borat‘s U.S. road trip makes benefit for glorious Coh >>>


      BP HAS FIRST PROFITS DIVE IN THREE YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs after ''' services ban hea >>>


      CASINO ANNOUNCEMENT DELAYED FOR FEAR OF APPEALS OVER PRESCOTT‘S ROLE
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Annoucement delayed: John Prescott‘s role in the ‘super–casino‘ decision has been questioned Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather >>>


      CATHERINE OF ARAGON MARRIAGE PLEA LETTER TO GO UNDER THE HAMMER
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     The letter, written in Spanish, by Catherine of Aragon. Click enlarge for a closer look at the letter Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ &l >>>


      CONFUSION AS ‘KYLIE EFFECT‘ CAUSES WOMEN TO LINK CANCER WITH YOUNGSTERS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      CRUISE AND HOLMES TO MARRY IN ITALY
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Cruise and Holmes are set to marry next month in Italy Showbiz headlines Madonna gives first interview over adoption controversy Coleen splashes out for Rooney‘s 21st birthday Potter star Daniel says women are after his 23m fortune Borat‘s U.S. road trip makes benefit for glorious Cohen MORE SHOWBIZ Enjoy ou >>>


      DAUGHTER ADMITS KILLING HER OWN MOTHER
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Nicola Edgington (left) killed her churchgoing mother. Click enlarge for another picture of Nicola Edgington Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees ba >>>


      ELDERLY WOMAN FORCED TO DRAG HERSELF UP STEPS INTO HER OWN HOME
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Pensioner Ellen Summers was left unaided by paramedics because of health and safety rules Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crop >>>


      ENTERPRISING YOUNG BRITS: SO HAVE YOU GOT BAGS OF TALENT?
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      EX–MAGISTRATE SPENT &#163;250,000 ON NUDE ‘CALL–GIRL‘ CLEANERS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      EXPLOSION OF CHILD PORN AS WEB WATCHDOG REPORTS 28,000 SITES
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertility in women‘ A week‘s worth of rain in one night – and >>>


      FAITH SCHOOLS FACE ORDERS TO TEACH OTHER RELIGIONS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Alan Johnson: ‘Schools should cross ethnic and religious boundaries‘ Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in Engl >>>


      FALCONER GRANTED GRACE AND FAVOUR APARTMENT DESPITE OWNING SIX HOUSES
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Lord Falconer is to use the flat in Admiralty House for official entertaining Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fe >>>


      FLU JAB FOR PREGNANT WOMEN OVER LEUKAEMIA RISK TO UNBORN CHILD
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Cancer warning: Pregnant women will receive a flu jab because of a leukaemia risk to an unborn child Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and >>>


      FLU JABS FOR MUMS–TO–BE TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM LEUKAEMIA
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Cancer warning: Pregnant women will receive a flu jab because of a leukaemia risk to an unborn child Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ &ls >>>


      FORMER ENRON CEO SENTENCED TO 24 YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs after ''' services ban hea >>>


      FREED OFFENDERS CARRY OUT 60 SERIOUS VIOLENT CRIMES
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      HIRST ACCUSED OF PLAGIARISM BY COMPUTER ARTIST
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Picture puzzle: Damien Hirst’s disputed 2000 work Valium, top, and the 1'84 drawing by computer graphics artist Robert Dixon Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding >>>


      HOSPITAL ADMITS TO BURNING ABORTED BABIES IN WASTE INCINERATOR
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Addenbrooke‘s Hospital: Burning babies in an incinerator after the crematorium started charging Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana an >>>


      HOWARD INTERVIEWED BY ‘CASH FOR HONOURS‘ POLICE
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs after ''' services ban hea >>>


      MASCHERANO RAGES, BUT FA CAN‘T PUNISH DEFOE
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Jermain Defoe ‘nibbles‘ Javier Mascherano Sport headlines Mascherano rages, but FA can‘t punish Defoe 21 today. Rooney comes of age Chelsea lodge Cech injury complaint Mail online‘s FREE fantasy league Ince wants Gazza to help him at Macclesfield Fading Leeds forced into a Wise move The sack race >>>


      MEN WHO USE MOBILE PHONES FACE INCREASED RISK OF INFERTILITY
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Phone the doctor: Men who use mobile phones could face increased risk of infertility Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in >>>


      MOD BAN ITN IN ROW OVER INJURED SOLDIER COVERAGE
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     ITN‘s Bill Neely reporting from the front–line Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertility in women&ls >>>


      MOTHER OF MURDERED SCHOOLBOY BLASTS ‘EVIL‘ GUN CULTURE
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     15 pals on bikes form an honour guard as the funeral cortege makes its way towards Manchester City Cemetery Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals&lsq >>>


      MOTHER WHO KILLED BABY IN BLAZE WALKS FREE FROM COURT
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Top: Danielle Wails leaving one of her court appearances and, bottom, baby Alexander Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in >>>


      MYSTERY MCCARTNEY FAX TRACED TO NEWSAGENT‘S SHOP
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      OMEGA–3 ADDED TO TINNED SPAGHETTI
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Alpha to omega: Alphabetti spaghetti Health news Flu jabs for mums–to–be to protect children from leukaemia Alzheimer‘s disease linked to the common cold Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility More women plan contraception around career choices Omega–3 added to tinned spaghe >>>


      OVERFLOWING YOUTH JAILS ‘ARE BREEDING CAREER CRIMINALS‘
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      OXBRIDGE VOWS TO DEFY CALLS TO ADMIT ‘DISADVANTAGED‘ PUPILS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Uni revolt: Universities could defy Government attempts to make them lower their entry requirements Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and >>>


      PATIENTS DYING BECAUSE OF NURSING SHORTAGES
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Under pressure: Patients could be dying because of nursing shortages Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly >>>


      PILOTS EJECT AS RAF TORNADO CRASHES INTO SEA
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     The Tornado is considered to be the RAF‘s primary attack aircraft Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertilit >>>


      POLICE QUESTION MAN, 4', OVER ‘ABDUCTION‘
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Former Enron CEO sentenced to 24 years Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs >>>


      POTTER STAR DANIEL SAYS WOMEN ARE AFTER HIS &#163;23M FORTUNE
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
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      PRESCOTT TO STAND IN FOR BLAIR ON NORTH KOREA DIPLOMATIC MISSION
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     John Prescott is on his way to North Korea to relay the Government‘s response to the recent nuclear test Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees >>>


      PRIMARY SCHOOL CALLS IN ANGER MANAGEMENT EXPERT
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertility in women‘ A week‘s worth of rain in one night – and >>>


      PRINCE CHARLES FACES TAX BILL FOR MILLIONS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Tax bill: MPs are demanding Prince Charles open his books to the auditor Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elde >>>


      PULL TROOPS OUT WHATEVER THE STATE OF IRAQ, SAY POLLS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials ING Direct Varilux Varifocals School leavers Discover Britain Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

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      QUIDS IN – CASH MACHINE DISPENSING FREE MONEY SPARKS SCENES OF STUDENT REVELRY
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Lebanon crisis A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials ING Direct Varilux Varifocals School leavers Discover Britain Skincare science Quizzes Are you musical?

Oscar trivia Winter Olympics Supermarket food More quizzes » RSS feeds What is RSS?

All our RSS feeds Text–based site Acce >>>


      RECORD NUMBERS OF WOMEN BEING BULLIED AT WORK BY MEN
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     On the rise: More women are being bullied by men at work Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drag >>>


      REVEALED: A CATALOGUE OF CRIME IN THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Secretary to Speaker Michael Martin, pictured, had his signature forged Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertilit >>>


      SCHOOL GOVERNOR‘S WIFE STOLE CREDIT CARDS FOR LINGERIE SPREE
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Sarah Watkins bought wine, horse riding equipment and underwear and posh frocks Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in Engla >>>


      SEVENTIES TEEN MAG MY GUY GETS ONE–OFF RELAUNCH
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Hugh Grant appeared in My Guy in the days before he became famous Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly pat >>>


      SUSANNAH‘S SHOCK AT HUSBAND‘S PLASTIC SURGERY SUGGESTION
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Former What Not To Wear host Susannah Constantine is considering some plastic surgery Showbiz headlines Not so sex in the city – ageing Kim Cattrall at film premiere McCartneys both want to battle it out in open court The WAGs (northern branch) are back!
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      TESCO CONDEMNED OVER POLE DANCING GAME MARKETED AS TOY
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Mother of two Karen Gallimore was searching for Christmas gifts for her two daughters, Laura 10, and Sarah, 11, when she came across the ‘toy‘ Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machin >>>


      TORRENTIAL STORMS WREAK HAVOC FOR YACHT RACE
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     If you thought our weather was bad, then spare a thought for yachtsmen on a solo round–the–world race today.

These are the terrifying conditions they faced in the Bay of Biscay as storms lashed their boats, sending at least half of them heading back to harbour.

The waves, whipped up by the >>>


      TORY LEADER CALLS FOR PENSIONERS TO PAY LESS COUNCIL TAX
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Cameron called on firms to introduce flexible retirement dates Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patien >>>


      UK‘S WORST POLICE FORCES NAMED
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertility in women‘ A week‘s worth of rain in one night – and >>>


      WHALE TO CHALLENGE KEN FOR MAYOR
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertility in women‘ A week‘s worth of rain in one night – and >>>


      WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE CURVES MISS KHAN?
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     A–level results 2006 Funny viral emails Primary school tables Home delivery Mac cartoons Book club Email newsletters Advertorials ING Direct Varilux Varifocals School leavers Discover Britain Skincare science RSS feeds What is RSS?

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      WOMAN CRIPPLED FLEEING KNIFE–WIELDING BURGLARS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertility in women‘ A week‘s worth of rain in one night – and >>>


      WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS TO OVERHAUL MEN
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Liz Reed and Nina Lording have joined forces to launch their teeth whitening business Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in >>>


      BLAIR MEETS IRAQI LEADERS FOR TALKS ON EXIT STRATEGY
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Blair: expected to press for a firm timetable Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself u >>>


      BUSH CHIDES FATHER FOR ELECTION REMARKS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Strained relations: U.S President George W Bush and his father George Bush Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England El >>>


      FORMER ENRON CEO SENTENCED TO 24 YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Former Enron CEO sentenced to 24 years Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs >>>


      FORMER ENRON CEO SENTENCED TO 24 YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Jailed: Jeffrey Skilling Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertility in women‘ A week‘s worth of rain >>>


      HUMANS LIVING FAR BEYOND PLANET‘S MEANS, WARNS WWF
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Former Enron CEO sentenced to 24 years Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs >>>


      IRAN COULD HAVE NUCLEAR BOMB ‘BY 2015‘
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Nuclear aspirations: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fertility in women&ls >>>


      IRAQI FORCES TO TAKE CONTROL WITHIN 18 MONTHS SAYS U.S. GENERAL
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     General Casey said he would not hesitate to ask for more troops if he felt they were necessary Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Fo >>>


      JUDGE DISMISSES COURT CASE AFTER MUSLIM WOMAN REFUSES TO REMOVE VEIL
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs after ''' services ban hea >>>


      MINISTER VOWS TO HELP DEATH ROW BRITON
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Death sentence: Mirza Tahir Hussain is to be executed on New Year‘s Eve Headlines Prince Charles faces tax bill for millions Primary school calls in anger management expert UK‘s worst police forces named and shamed Overflowing youth jails ‘are breeding career criminals‘ ‘Folic acid helps fe >>>


      POLICE AND PROTESTERS CLASH AS HUNGARY COMMEMORATES ANTI–SOVIET UPRISING
      The Daily Mail, 24-10-2006
     Headlines Men who use mobile phones face increased risk of infertility Women entrepreneurs set to overtake men by 2010 Huge queues as ‘faulty‘ cash machine gives out double money Crazy weather sees banana and olive crops in England Elderly patient drags herself upstairs after ''' services ban hea >>>


      SENIOR US DIPLOMAT‘S CANDOR GETS PLAY IN THE MIDDLE EAST, IRE AT HOME
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-10-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor CAIRO When senior State Department official Alberto Fernandez said in an interview on Al Jazeera Saturday that US policies in Iraq have been marked by "arrogance" and "stupidity," he was expressing a sentiment widely held in the Arab world.

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      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 24-10-2006
     / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Tuesday, October 24, 2006. Issue 3525. Page 6.

Business in Brief Gazprom Eyes French Deal Gazprom expects to sign an accord soon to supply Gaz de France and a British trading unit with gas through a pipeline that will cross the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany >>>


      CHINESE BANK ON TRACK TO RAISE RECORD $22BLN
      The Moscow Times, 24-10-2006
     Tuesday, October 24, 2006. Issue 3525. Chinese Bank on Track to Raise Record $22Bln Reuters SHANGHAI –– Industrial and Commercial Bank of China is set to raise $21.' billion in the world‘s largest initial public offering after it said Monday that it would exercise a 15 percent overallotment option >>>


      EXXON‘S SAKHALIN–1 SIGNS CHINA DEAL
      The Moscow Times, 24-10-2006
     Tuesday, October 24, 2006. Issue 3525. Page 4. Exxon‘s Sakhalin–1 Signs China Deal Combined Reports Sergei Karpukhin / Reuters The view of a land rig at Sakhalin–1‘s Chaivo field. The Exxon–led project aims to sell 8 bcm of gas per year to China.

ExxonMobil has signed a preliminary >>>


      FORD LOSES $5.8BLN IN 3RD QUARTER
      The Moscow Times, 24-10-2006
     Tuesday, October 24, 2006. Issue 3525. Ford Loses $5.8Bln in 3rd Quarter Reuters DETROIT –– Ford Motors on Monday posted a quarterly loss of $5.8 billion on declining sales of its profitable trucks, charges for employee buyouts and writing down the value of some facilities ahead of plant closures.

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