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      AMAZON LAUNCHES VIDEO DOWNLOAD SERVICE
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Stupid, nervous and divisive: Clarke comments on Brown reopen civil war Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Gay marriage is folly, declares Pope ‘T >>>


      AUSTRIAN SEX SLAVE‘S ‘ASTONISHING‘ INTERVIEW
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of heirlooms‘ 4 in 10 prisoners released witho >>>


      AUSTRIAN SEX SLAVE PAYS LAST RESPECTS TO CAPTOR
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Mother who kept ‘slave girl‘ found guilty Feud continues with war of words among Labour Party elite Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Gay m >>>


      BERNARD MATTHEWS STAFF PLAYED ‘BASEBALL‘ WITH LIVE TURKEY
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Bernard Matthews staff played basball with live turkey Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Mother who kept ‘slave girl‘ found guilty Stupid, nervous and divisive: Clarke comments on Brown reopen civil war >>>


      BIN LADEN TAUNTS WEST ON EVE OF SEPTEMBER 11 ANNIVERSARY
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Government abortion lessons for five–year–old chil >>>


      BLAIR‘S MIDDLE EAST PEACE BID SHOT DOWN
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Blair‘s Middle East peace bid shot down Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of hei >>>


      BRITAIN PUSHED FOR CIA SECRET PRISONS CLOSURE
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Bush wants military tribunals for terrorist suspects Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Stupid, nervous and divisive: Clarke comments on Brown reopen civil war Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells Mc >>>


      COUNCIL APOLOGISE FOR ROBBIE CONCERT FIASCO
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Robbie Williams attracts huge concert crowds Showbiz headlines Finally, Tom and Katie show off baby Suri to the world Say halo to Scarlett‘s new hairdo Do Guy and Madonna need their own Brangelina baby?

Kate‘s chic new bag – for 2.'' Council apologise for Robbie concert fiasco MORE SH >>>


      CRACKDOWN ON OVERDRAFT CHARGES
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of heirlooms‘ 4 in 10 prisoners released witho >>>


      DALMATION OWNERS SEE SPOTS AFTER HUGE LITTER
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Dalmation owners seeing spots after huge litter Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of h >>>


      DIANA CIRCUS GATHERS PACE – NINE YEARS AFTER HER DEATH
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Diana circus gathers pace Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of heirlooms‘ 4 in 1 >>>


      DON‘T GIVE HEATHER A PENNY, FIRST HUSBAND TELLS MCCARTNEY
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Divorce: Heather Mills with her two husbands Showbiz headlines Finally, Tom and Katie show off baby Suri to the world Say halo to Scarlett‘s new hairdo Do Guy and Madonna need their own Brangelina baby?

Kate‘s chic new bag – for 2.'' Captain Kirk reveals he won‘t go boldly into >>>


      FEUD CONTINUES WITH WAR OF WORDS AMONG LABOUR PARTY ELITE
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Mother who kept ‘slave girl‘ found guilty Feud continues with war of words among Labour Party elite Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Gay m >>>


      GAY MARRIAGE IS FOLLY, DECLARES POPE
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Mother who kept ‘slave girl‘ found guilty Stupid, nervous and divisive: Clarke comments on Brown reopen civil war Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells M >>>


      HOAX DIVER NEEDS ‘PSYCHIATRIC HELP‘ SAYS RESCUER
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Government abortion lessons for five–year–old chil >>>


      HUMBLED BLAIR BEGS PARTY TO STAY
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Humbled Blair begs party to stay Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of heirlooms‘ >>>


      JOHNSON URGED TO SAY SORRY FOR ‘CANNIBAL‘ SLUR
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Stupid, nervous and divisive: Clarke comments on Brown reopen civil war Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Gay marriage is folly, declares Pope ‘T >>>


      LESS THAN HALF OF PUPILS WALK TO SCHOOL
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Less than half of pupils walk to school Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Government abortion le >>>


      LITTLE BRITAIN STAR TO ‘MARRY‘ GAY PARTNER
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Lucas to ‘marry‘ gay partner Showbiz headlines Finally, Tom and Katie show off baby Suri to the world Say halo to Scarlett‘s new hairdo Do Guy and Madonna need their own Brangelina baby?

Kate‘s chic new bag – for 2.'' Captain Kirk reveals he won‘t go boldly into spac >>>


      MADONNA LIVING IN FEAR OVER RUSSIAN MAFIA DEATH THREATS
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Danger: Madonna has received death threats Showbiz headlines Finally, Tom and Katie show off baby Suri to the world Say halo to Scarlett‘s new hairdo Do Guy and Madonna need their own Brangelina baby?

Kate‘s chic new bag – for 2.'' Council apologise for Robbie concert fiasco MORE SHOW >>>


      MAN TRAPPED ON SEASIDE CLIFF FOR TWO DAYS
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Government abortion lessons for five–year–old chil >>>


      MOTHER GUILTY OF TURNING RELATIVE INTO NAKED SLAVE
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Mother who kept ‘slave girl‘ found guilty Stupid, nervous and divisive: Clarke comments on Brown reopen civil war Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells M >>>


      MUSLIM FURY AFTER BIKINI MODEL CLAIMED TO BE PAKISTAN‘S ENTRY
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of heirlooms‘ 4 in 10 prisoners released witho >>>


      NEW PREMATURE EJACULATION DRUG ‘EFFECTIVE FOR ALL‘
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Health news ‘Obesity could be more dangerous than stomach stapling‘ Chubby toddlers ‘don‘t shed puppy fat‘ Fish oil study launched to improve GCSE grades Billions of NHS money wasted on ‘ineffective‘ operations Too much exercise can kill Obese people are twice as likely to go b >>>


      PERMANENT COMA WOMAN AMAZES DOCTORS WITH REMARKABLE AWARENESS
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Terry Schiavo suffered severe brain injury Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of heirlo >>>


      POLICE APOLOGY TO MAN DRAGGED FROM HIS BED AT GUN POINT
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Police apology to man dragged from bed at gun point Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out >>>


      PREMIERSHIP ON THE BRINK OF NEW BUNGS SCANDAL
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Sport headlines Marion Jones cleared by negative drug test Owen positive after successful knee op Mail online‘s FREE fantasy league Nadal loses quarter–final to unseeded player Roddick back on form after straight–sets win over Hewitt Joorabchian considers Hammers bid Gallas hits back at Chelsea claims >>>


      RETURN TO TRADITIONAL ‘THREE RS‘ TEACHING
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of heirlooms‘ 4 in 10 prisoners released witho >>>


      ROONEY IN PUNCH–UP WITH BLACKBURN STAR OVER COLEEN ‘THREESOME‘ SLUR
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Sport headlines Marion Jones cleared by negative drug test Owen positive after successful knee op Mail online‘s FREE fantasy league Nadal loses quarter–final to unseeded player Roddick back on form after straight–sets win over Hewitt Joorabchian considers Hammers bid Gallas hits back at Chelsea claims >>>


      ROYAL REUNION AT TWIN TOWERS MEMORIAL
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson will remember the British victims of '/11 Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband >>>


      SEAN ‘DIDDY‘ COMBS FORCED TO FIND A NEW NAME IN BRITAIN
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Showbiz headlines Finally, Tom and Katie show off baby Suri to the world Say halo to Scarlett‘s new hairdo Do Guy and Madonna need their own Brangelina baby?

Kate‘s chic new bag – for 2.'' Council apologise for Robbie concert fiasco MORE SHOWBIZ Showbiz galleries The softer side of Pe >>>


      SECOND OPERATION FOR GIRL BORN WITH ‘MERMAID‘ LEGS
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      The Little Mermaid: Two–year old Milagros Cerron takes her first tentative steps Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first >>>


      SHOCKING FOOTAGE SHOWS BRITISH TROOPS IN AFGHANISTAN FIREFIGHT
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Under attack: Footage of British troops in a firefight with Taliban fighters Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband t >>>


      STREEP HITS OUT AT AGEISM IN HOLLYWOOD
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Streep plays boss from hell Showbiz headlines Finally, Tom and Katie show off baby Suri to the world Say halo to Scarlett‘s new hairdo Do Guy and Madonna need their own Brangelina baby?

Kate‘s chic new bag – for 2.'' Captain Kirk reveals he won‘t go boldly into space MORE SHOWBI >>>


      STRESSED BRITONS FACE BURNOUT AS UNABLE TO ‘SWITCH–OFF‘
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Stupid, nervous and divisive: Clarke comments on Brown reopen civil war Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Gay marriage is folly, declares Pope ‘T >>>


      STUPID, NERVOUS AND DIVISIVE: CLARKE COMMENTS ON BROWN REOPEN CIVIL WAR
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Stupid, nervous and divisive: Clarke comments on Brown reopen civil war Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Gay marriage is folly, declares Pope ‘T >>>


      TAX BIBLE DOUBLES TO 10,000 PAGES UNDER LABOUR
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Tax bible doubles under Labour Headlines Humbled Blair begs party to stay Palestinians tell Blair we don‘t want you Dalmation owners see spots after record–breaking litter Government abortion lessons for five–year–old children Bogus antique dealers ‘conned elderly out of heirlooms‘ 4 >>>


      UK SOLDIER INJURED IN IRAQ DIES
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Government abortion lessons for five–year–old chil >>>


      US ARMY MANUAL BANS TORTURE
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Government abortion lessons for five–year–old chil >>>


      VICTORIA‘S LONG LOST ‘USELESS‘ ALBUM IS RELEASED ON INTERNET
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Useless: The scrapped album was leaked on the internet while David and Victoria were in Venice Showbiz headlines Finally, Tom and Katie show off baby Suri to the world Say halo to Scarlett‘s new hairdo Do Guy and Madonna need their own Brangelina baby?

Kate‘s chic new bag – for 2.'' C >>>


      WILLS AND KATE SHARE THE LOOK OF LOVE
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      The happy couple: William and Kate share loving looks Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Governme >>>


      NATO COMMANDER CALLS FOR REINFORCEMENTS IN AFGHANISTAN
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      NATO commander General James Jones has called for more reinforcements in Afghanistan. Click enlarge for full image Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t >>>


      TALIBAN REBELS CLAIM 16 DEAD SUICIDE BOMB BLAST NEAR US EMBASSY
      The Daily Mail, 08-09-2006
      Headlines Permanent coma woman amazes doctors with remarkable awareness Second operation for the girl born with ‘mermaid‘ legs Little Britain star to ‘marry‘ gay partner Don‘t give Heather a penny, first husband tells McCartney Government abortion lessons for five–year–old chil >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 6.

Business in Brief Currency Reserves Rise Foreign currency and gold reserves rose to $260.4 billion after declining a week earlier as the government repaid all its debt to the Paris Club of creditor nations.
>>>


      ENEL MAY PUT $5BLN INTO RUSSIAN POWER
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 5. Enel May Put $5Bln Into Russian Power Bloomberg ROME –– Enel aims to spend as much as 4 billion euros ($5.1 billion) in Russia in an effort to boost business outside of Italy to counter a government cap on sales.

Enel wants to buy its first Russian >>>


      LOCKHEED TO SELL ITS STAKE IN 2 RUSSIAN SATELLITE VENTURES
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 5. Lockheed to Sell Its Stake in 2 Russian Satellite Ventures By Edmond Lococo Bloomberg BOSTON –– Lockheed Martin, the world‘s largest defense company, plans to sell its stake in two satellite–launching joint ventures as the company reduces its co >>>


      MOROCCAN TALKS END PUTIN‘S AFRICA TOUR
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 5. Moroccan Talks End Putin‘s Africa Tour By John Thorne The Associated Press Dmitry Astakhov / Itar–Tass King Mohammed VI, right, and Putin in the royal palace in Casablanca on Thursday. The two talked arms and energy.

CASABLANCA, Morocco –&nda >>>


      S. AFRICAN COMPANY EYES MEDIA HOLDING
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 5. S. African Company Eyes Media Holding By Valeria Korchagina Staff Writer In what could spell a further shuffle in the news industry, South African media giant Naspers is considering buying into the holding that owns the newspapers Trud and Argumenty i Fakty, Vedomosti >>>


      SEVERSTAL PROFIT TUMBLES 54%
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 7. Severstal Profit Tumbles 54% Reuters Steel company Severstal said Thursday that its net profit fell 54 percent in the first half of this year as costs rose, surprising analysts and sending its shares lower.

Severstal said its first–half net profit droppe >>>


      TELENOR LOSES VIMPELCOM APPEAL
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 7. Telenor Loses VimpelCom Appeal Bloomberg VimpelCom, the country‘s second–largest mobile phone company, said a court rejected Telenor‘s appeal seeking to invalidate its expansion in the Ukrainian market.

Moscow‘s Ninth Appellate Court Th >>>


      UES SUBSIDIARY SECURES $200M LOAN
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 7. UES Subsidiary Secures $200M Loan By Yuriy Humber Staff Writer HydroOGK, a state–controlled hydroelectric power company, said Thursday that it had secured a 6.3 billion ruble ($235 million) loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and a synd >>>


      VSMPO REACTS TO TAKEOVER
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 7. VSMPO Reacts to Takeover Bloomberg VSMPO–Avisma, the world‘s biggest titanium producer, called an extraordinary shareholders meeting for November after state arms exporter Rosoboronexport announced plans to buy the company.

VSMPO, supplier to aeros >>>


      BIG PROBLEMS FOR SUCH A LITTLE WORD
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 8. Big Problems for Such a Little Word By Michele A. Berdy 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 b >>>


      BLAZE IN CHITA MINE TRAPS 30
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 1. Blaze in Chita Mine Traps 30 By Aleksandras Budrys Reuters Rescuers battled thick smoke and blistering temperatures Thursday as they tried to reach more than 30 miners trapped underground by a fire at a gold mine in eastern Siberia.

Sixty–four miners wer >>>


      COMMITMENT KEY TO BATTLING CORRUPTION
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 8. Commitment Key to Battling Corruption Editorial 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 >>>


      GM UNION DEMANDS RECOGNITION
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 7. GM Union Demands Recognition By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer Igor Tabakov / MT Activists protesting GM in central Moscow on Thursday. The sign reads "Solidarity Is the Workers‘ Greatest Weapon." Assembly–line workers at the jointly held General Mo >>>


      HALF OF ST. PETE RING ROAD FINISHED
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 3. Half of St. Pete Ring Road Finished By Evgenia Ivanova Staff Writer Igor Akimov / Itar–Tass Trucks on Thursday barreling down the eastern half of the ring road, which will encircle all of St. Petersburg.

ST. PETERSBURG –– The first half of a >>>


      KOMMERSANT ‘GHOST‘ IS BACK IN THE GAME
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 1. Kommersant ‘Ghost‘ Is Back in the Game By Yuriy Humber Staff Writer Huub Golsteijn / MT Joorabchian, right, announcing his July 1''' purchase of Kommersant.

When a baby–faced Kia Joorabchian called a news conference to announce hi >>>


      KREMLIN TARGETS THE GOVERNORS AGAIN
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 1. Kremlin Targets the Governors Again By Nabi Abdullaev and Anastasiya Lebedev Staff Writers The president will have the power to fire any governor in the country for almost any reason if a bill sent to the State Duma on Thursday becomes law.

The bill was writte >>>


      NATO EXERCISES IN PSKOV POSTPONED
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 3. NATO Exercises in Pskov Postponed By Carl Schreck Staff Writer Joint military exercises between Russian paratroopers and NATO forces scheduled for this month have been postponed, the Defense Ministry said Thursday.

The ministry and the alliance stressed that t >>>


      NUCLEAR SUBMARINE BLAZE KILLS 2 SAILORS
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 3. Nuclear Submarine Blaze Kills 2 Sailors Combined Reports Lev Fedoseyev / Itar–Tass The St. Daniel of Moscow moored at the Vidyayevo port in August 2005.

A fire on board a nuclear submarine in the Barents Sea killed two crewmembers, but there was no threa >>>


      WTO STALEMATE SAID TO UNDERMINE PUTIN
      The Moscow Times, 08-09-2006
      Friday, September 8, 2006. Issue 34'3. Page 2. WTO Stalemate Said to Undermine Putin By Lynn Berry Special to The Moscow Times By failing to reach an agreement with Russia on its accession to the World Trade Organization, the United States is undermining President Vladimir Putin and strengthening the hand of the si >>>


      13TH
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      in Hanoi th Asia Pacific Economic Co–operation (APEC) Finance Ministerial Meeting opened in Hanoi on September 7.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung emphasised that it is very relevant for the APEC to discuss the two policy themes of "Promoting public finance >>>


      BUDDHISTS URGED TO CONTRIBUTE MORE TO NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      At a reception given to a VBS delegation led by the Most Venerable Thich Thanh Tu, Permanent Vice Chairman of the VBS‘s Executive Council, in Hanoi on September 7, President Triet also asked the VBS to work more to help Buddhist monks and followers have a better understanding of the Party and State guidelines and >>>


      DENMARK‘S DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER TO VISIT VIETNAM
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      Denmark‘s Deputy Prime Minister Bendt Bendtsen and his wife will pay an official visit to Vietnam from September 11–15, announced the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Le Dung on September 7.

The visit will be made at the invitation of Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung, the spoke >>>


      DRAFT LAW TO TAX ALL INCOMES ABOVE VND 4 MILLION
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      A single personal income tax law and common rates will be applied to both foreigners and Vietnamese alike, Finance Minister Vu Van Ninh said on September 5.

Persons earning between VND 4–5 million (US $250–312) per month or more would be subject to the tax under the latest draft law, which has been >>>


      GOVERNMENT LEADER MEETS US TREASURY SECRETARY
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      th APEC Finance Ministers‘ Meeting. PM Dung said he was pleased that the relationship between Vietnam and the US has achieved various good results, which particularly manifested from the US‘s support for Vietnam‘s bid to join the World Trade Organisation.

The PM affirmed Vietnam‘s consi >>>


      NA CHAIRMAN TO ATTEND AIPO 27 IN PHILIPPINES
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      A Vietnamese National Assembly delegation, led by Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong, will attend the 27th annual meeting of the ASEAN Inner–Parliamentary Organisation (AIPO 27) to be held in Cebu city, the Philippines, from September 10–15.

The working trip will be made at the invitation of Speaker of the >>>


      NEW UNDP REPRESENTATIVE ASSURES STRONGER AID TO VIETNAM
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      UNDP Residential Representative John Hendra has pledged to focus assistance programmes on Vietnam‘s major priorities such as poverty reduction, the environment, gender equality, and fighting HIV/AIDS.

Mr Hendra made the pledges with Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Gia Khiem after presenti >>>


      PM DUNG LEAVES HANOI FOR ASEM 6
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung left Hanoi on September 7 for Helsinki, Finland, to attend the sixth Asia–Europe Summit Meeting (ASEM 6).

The PM is accompanied by Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Pham Gia Khiem, and other high–ranking officials.

The Vietnamese government leader is also schedu >>>


      PM DUNG RECEIVES IMF SENIOR OFFICIAL, APPRECIATING ASSISTANCE
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has thanked the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for its assistance to Vietnam over the recent past, especially its assistance with making the country‘s 2006–10 socio–economic development programme.

PM Dung expressed his gratitude while receiving IMF First Depu >>>


      VIETNAM AND LAOS STRENGTHEN BORDER SECURITY CO–OPERATION
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      A delegation from the Military Command of Laos‘ Huaphan province recently met with Nghe An province‘s Border Guard Command‘s delegation to assess the results of their co–operation and exchange experiences in border security protection.

The two sides expressed their satisfaction that the >>>


      VIETNAM HELPS BOOST APEC PROCESS
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      Initiatives that Vietnam put forth at the 13th APEC Finance Ministers‘ Meeting (FMM 13) have accelerated the APEC process, said Mark Johnson, co– chairman of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC).

Answering a Vietnam News Agency reporter on the sidelines of the FMM 13 held in Hanoi from Septemb >>>


      VIETNAM LAUDS THAI DECISION ON EXTRADITION OF SECURITY VIOLATOR
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      Vietnam applauded the Thai Court‘s decision to extradite Ly Tong to Vietnam for his violation of Vietnam‘s sovereignty, security and law, Spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Dung said on September 7.

"This decision completely complies with Thai, Vietnamese and international laws. >>>


      VIETNAM, EXAMPLE FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: CUBAN NEWSPAPER
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      Cuba‘s Juventud Rebelde newspaper on September 5 ran an article, saying that Vietnam, a country with heroic traditions and great victories, has always been an example for countries in the Third World.

On the occasion of Vietnamese State President Nguyen Minh Triet‘s upcoming visit to Cuba to attend >>>


      VIETNAMESE PRESIDENT TO ATTEND 14TH
      Nhan Dan, 08-09-2006
      attend 14th NAM Summit President Nguyen Minh Triet will attend the 14th Non–Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit in Havana, Cuba, from September 15–16 at the invitation of Cuban President Fidel Castro Ruz, the Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Dung said on September 7.

The 14th NAM Summit will work out mea >>>


      '/11 A JOB ORCHESTRATED BY WARMONGERS INSIDE WHITE HOUSE
      Pakistan Observer, 08-09-2006
      Washington—Seventy–five leading academics have stunned America by claiming the '/11 terrorist attacks were orchestrated by warmongers inside the White House. The professors and scientists believe the attacks on New York and Washington were an «inside job’ ’ carried out to justify the invasion and the oc >>>


      DSP, 2 OTHERS KILLED IN ENCOUNTER WITH TERRORISTS
      Pakistan Observer, 08-09-2006
      Afzal Malik Quetta—Three persons including a DSP were killed and three others were injured in an encounter with terrorists in Nasirabad area.

According to details, Kuchlak Police were tipped off that some wanted terrorists were hiding in Nasirabad area of Loralai. A police party led by DSP Khalid Garma–k >>>


      IRAQ TAKES MILY REINS FROM COALITION
      Pakistan Observer, 08-09-2006
      Violence continues, 3' killed in various attacks Baghdad—Coalition forces handed over control of Iraq’s armed forces command to the government Thursday, a move that U.S. officials have hailed as a crucial milestone on the country’s difficult road to independence.

Prime Minister Nouri al–Maliki signed >>>


      KABUL, NATO SIGN PARTNERSHIP ACCORD
      Pakistan Observer, 08-09-2006
      Kabul—Afghanistan has signed a declaration of long–term cooperation and partnership with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to boost up the country’s war on terror.

«It is to bring peace and stability to our country,» Afghan President Hamid Karzai said in a joint press conference with NAT >>>


      PAKISTAN NOT BEHIND TALIBAN: MUSHARRAF
      Pakistan Observer, 08-09-2006
      Rejects Kabul charges, says country’s soil not being used against Afghanistan Karzai appeals to Islamabad for help Kabul—President Pervez Musharraf has said Afghanistan must stop blaming his country for the Taliban–led insurgency. «I completely agree that Al–Qaeda and Taliban are doing activities both >>>


      CHP QUESTIONS DIRECTORATE&#8217;S ABILITY TO CONTROL MOSQUES
      08-09-2006
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      DOMESTIC NEWSLINE
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––> DOMESTIC NEWSLINE Friday, September 8, 2006 print this page mail to >>>


      ERDOĐAN REMINISCES ABOUT MISSED OPPORTUNITIES IN IRAQ
      08-09-2006
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      PKK KILLS ONE SOLDIER IN SIIRT
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      PRIME MINISTRY HOSTING SUMMIT ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
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      WOMEN‘S SUMMIT AIMS TO TACKLE ABUSE, MURDER
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––> Women‘s summit aims to tackle abuse, murder Friday, September >>>


      CARREFOUR PLANS TO OPEN NEW STORES IN TURKEY IN 2008
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––> Carrefour plans to open new stores in Turkey in 2008 Friday, Septemb >>>


      CENTRAL BANK HOPES TO REACH SINGLE–DIGIT INFLATION BY END OF YEAR
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––> Central bank hopes to reach single–digit inflation by end of y >>>


      ENEL‘S EARNINGS UP, BID FOR TURKISH POWER DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS LIKELY
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––> Enel‘s earnings up, bid for Turkish power distribution network >>>


      FINANCELINE
      08-09-2006
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––> Financeline Friday, September 8, 2006 print this page mail to a frie >>>


      GM OFFERS EXTENDED WARRANTY ON 2007 MODELS
      08-09-2006
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––> GM offers extended warranty on 2007 models Friday, September 8, 2006 >>>


      GREEK INFLATION EASES TO 3.5 PERCENT IN AUGUST
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––> Greek inflation eases to 3.5 percent in August Friday, September 8, >>>


      IMF SEES METALS PRICES FALLING FROM RECORD HIGHS
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––> IMF sees metals prices falling from record highs Friday, September 8 >>>


      INTERNET SITE FIGHTS ONLINE BANKING FRAUD
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––> Internet site fights online banking fraud Friday, September 8, 2006 >>>


      MERCEDES CAR GROUP SALES TOP BMWS IN AUGUST
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––> Mercedes Car Group sales top BMWs in August Friday, September 8, 200 >>>


      SUZUKI, NISSAN TO INVEST $1.5 BILLION IN INDIAN PLANT
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––> Suzuki, Nissan to invest $1.5 billion in Indian plant Friday, Septem >>>


      TURKEY‘S IMF QUOTA TO BE RAISED TO 0.548 PERCENT FROM 0.451 PERCENT
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––> Turkey‘s IMF quota to be raised to 0.548 percent from 0.451 pe >>>


      US GOVT STOCK OPTIONS PROBE INVOLVES OVER 100 COMPANIES
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––> US govt stock options probe involves over 100 companies Friday, Sept >>>


      VOLKSWAGEN‘S FUTURE HANGS ON LABOR TALKS
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––> Volkswagen‘s future hangs on labor talks Friday, September 8, >>>



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