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      STEINMEIER MAHNT IRAN ZUM EINSCHWENKEN AUF MOSKAU–PLAN
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Seoul (dpa) – Im Streit über das iranische Atomprogramm hat Außenminister Frank–Walter Steinmeier Teheran aufgefordert, auf den Kompromissvorschlag Russlands einzugehen. Mit diesem Vorschlag könne das Problem aus der Welt geschafft werden, sagte Steinmeier zum Auftakt seiner fünftäg >>>


      STICHWORT: DIE ABC–TRUPPE DER BUNDESWEHR
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – Aufgabe der ABC–Truppe der Bundeswehr ist der Schutz vor der Verseuchung von Menschen, Material und Gelände mit atomaren, biologischen und chemischen Waffen.

In ihrer Ausbildung lernen die Soldaten, wie sie im Ernstfall mit gefährlichen Stoffen umgehen, sie >>>


      SUCHE NACH VERMISSTEN NACH ERDRUTSCH AUF PHILIPPINEN FORTGESETZT
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Manila (dpa) – Zwei Tage nach dem verheerenden Erdrutsch auf den Philippinen sind die Hoffnungen weiter geschwunden, noch eine größere Zahl Überlebende zu finden. Dennoch wurde die Suche fortgesetzt. Die Behörden gaben die Zahl der Vermissten mit knapp 1000 ein, darunter auch rund 250 Grundsch >>>


      TECHNIK–OSCAR AN FIRMA AUS BAD KREUZNACH VERLIEHEN
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Los Angeles (dpa) – In Los Angeles sind die diesjährigen Technik– Oscars verliehen worden. Für die Entwicklung eines Projektionsobjektivs ging eine der Auszeichnungen an die Firma Schneider im rheinland–pfälzischen Bad Kreuznach. Die Linse erhöht die Schärfe und Lichtausgewoge >>>


      TIERSCHÜTZER GEGEN VOGELGRIPPEPANIK
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Großansicht Karlsruhe (dpa) – Nach den ersten Vogelgrippe–Fällen in Deutschland warnen Tierschützer vor Panikmache. «Auch wenn die Ereignisse sehr ernst genommen werden müssen, machen manche gesetzgeberischen Schnellschüsse keinen Sinn», sagte der Vorsitzende des Landestierschutzver >>>


      TRAINER SLOMKA UNTERSCHREIBT NEUEN VERTRAG BEI SCHALKE 04
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Gelsenkirchen (dpa) – Mirko Slomka wird morgen einen neuen Vertrag beim Bundesligisten FC Schalke 04 unterschreiben. Der 38 Jahre alte Fußballlehrer war Anfang Januar als Nachfolger des zuvor beurlaubten Ralf Rangnick überraschend vom Co– zum Cheftrainer befördert worden. Der neue Kontrakt ri >>>


      US–BOTSCHAFT IN JAKARTA BEI PROTESTEN MIT STEINEN BEWORFEN
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Jakarta (dpa) – In Indonesien haben radikale Muslime bei Protesten gegen die Mohammed–Karikaturen die US–Botschaft in Jakarta mit Steinen und Eiern beworfen und versucht, das Gelände zu stürmen. In Nigeria wurden bei Protesten gegen die Mohammed–Karikaturen 16 Menschen getötet. El >>>


      VERHEUGEN WARNT VOR LOHNKOSTENWETTBEWERB NACH UNTEN
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Brüssel (dpa) – EU–Kommissar Günter Verheugen hat vor dem Hintergrund der laufenden Tarifauseinandersetzungen vor einem Lohnkostenwettbewerb nach unten gewarnt. Verheugen sagte der Zeitung «Die Welt», die Gewerkschaften hätten in schwierigen wirtschaftlichen Zeiten Verantwortung für das >>>


      VERMUTLICH WEIT ÜBER 1000 TOTE BEI ERDRUTSCH AUF PHILIPPINEN
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Manila (dpa) – Der verheerende Erdrutsch auf den Philippinen hat vermutlich weit mehr als 1000 Menschen in den Tod gerissen. Zwei Tage nach dem Unglück gaben die Katastrophenschutzbehörden die Zahl der Vermissten mit 1370 an, darunter auch rund 250 Grundschüler und Lehrer, die in ihrer Schule einge >>>


      VIER ENTSCHEIDUNGEN MIT GUTEN DEUTSCHEN CHANCEN
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Turin (dpa) – Bei vier Entscheidungen könnten die deutschen Olympioniken in Turin heute mitmischen: Mit sechs hundertstel Sekunden Vorsprung geht Bobpilot Andre Lange heute in die beiden Läufe der Zweierbob–Entscheidung.

Auch Eisschnellläuferin Anni Friesinger hat gute Aussichten auf >>>


      VOGELGRIPPE–ERREGER H5N1 HAT FRANKREICH ERREICHT
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Paris (dpa) – Immer mehr Länder müssen sich Sorgen um die Ausbreitung der Vogelgrippe machen: Das gefährliche Vogelgrippe–Virus H5N1 ist nun auch in Frankreich nachgewiesen worden. Es wurde in einer tot aufgefundenen Wildente entdeckt. Im Kampf gegen das gefährliche Vogelgrippe–Vir >>>


      VOGELGRIPPE–ERREGER H5N1 IN FRANKREICH FESTGESTELLT
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Paris (dpa) – Das gefährliche Vogelgrippe–Virus H5N1 ist nun auch in Frankreich nachgewiesen worden. Das teilte das Landwirtschaftsministerium in Paris mit. Das Virus sei in einer toten Wildente im östlichen Département Ain entdeckt worden, die am vergangenen Montag gefunden worden sei. >>>


      VOGELGRIPPE HAT INDIEN ERREICHT: 50 000 HÜHNER TOT
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Großansicht Neu Delhi (dpa) – Die Vogelgrippe hat nun auch Indien erreicht. Das Tierseuchen–Institut in der zentralindischen Stadt Bhopal bestätigte Medienberichten zufolge, dass im westindischen Bundesstaat Maharashtra das auch für Menschen gefährliche H5N1–Virus gefunden worden s >>>


      VOGELGRIPPE IN INDIEN NACHGEWIESEN
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Großansicht Neu Delhi (dpa) – Nach einem Massensterben von Hühnern im Westen Indiens haben Tierseuchenexperten das aggressive Virus H5N1 bei mehreren toten Vögeln gefunden. Im betroffenen Distrikt Nandurbar im westindischen Bundesstaat Maharashtra waren Berichten zufolge in den vergangenen Tagen mi >>>


      WEITERE 28 VOGELGRIPPEF'6;LLE AUF RÜGEN
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Großansicht Schwerin/Rügen (dpa) – Die Bundeswehr soll auf Rügen beim Kampf gegen die Vogelgrippe helfen.

Nachdem auf der Insel bei weiteren 28 Wildvögeln verschiedener Arten das hochansteckende Virus H5N1 nachgewiesen wurde, forderte Mecklenburg–Vorpommerns Landwirtschaftsminis >>>


      WRACK DES IM IRAK VERMISSTEN DEUTSCHEN PRIVATJETS ENTDECKT
      Die Welt, 19-02-2006
      Suleimanija (dpa) – Das Wrack des im Irak vermissten Privatjets aus Bayern ist im Norden des Landes entdeckt worden. Ein Sprecher der Patriotischen Union Kurdistans sagte, die Maschine sei 35 Kilometer nördlich von Suleimanija gefunden worden. Nach offiziellen Angaben wurden in dem ausgebrannten Wrack sechs >>>


      FREEDOM IS AT RISK WHEN WE MEDDLE WITH THE MONARCHY
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? The Monarchy is at the centre of the complex knot of law, tradition, religion and hard–won liberties that make up Britain‘s constitution. Unravel that knot, or hack through it, and chaos or tyranny can follow, as Oliver Cromwell found.

Much of the Crown‘s strength and power comes >>>


      ‘40% OF UK MUSLIMS‘ WANT SHARIA LAW
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Four in 10 Muslims in Britain want hard–line Sharia Law introduced in parts of Britain, an ICM poll revealed.

One in five also expressed sympathy with the "feelings and motives" of the July 7 suicide bombers who killed 52 innocent people in London.

However, while British M >>>


      1,800 FEARED DEAD IN LANDSLIDE
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Rescue workers searched a sea of mud in vain for survivors of a massive landslide that killed up to 1,800 people, as officials worried about a repeat of the disaster.

Two US warships and 1,000 Marines were steaming to Leyte island in the eastern Philippines, where 11 villages were evacuated in the >>>


      ADDICKS DRAW BEES‘ STING
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Alan Curbishley admitted he had expected a tough examination from Brentford after Charlton booked their place in the quarter–finals of the FA Cup with a 3–1 win at The Valley.

An early strike from Darren Bent put the Barclays Premiership club in control, with Jay Bothroyd adding a seco >>>


      BLAIR ‘WILL NOT STAND DOWN SOON‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Tony Blair will not be standing down as Prime Minister "any time quickly", one of his closest Cabinet colleagues insisted.

Gordon Brown is widely seen as a running a dual Premiership after beginning a series of speeches on areas outside his brief as Chancellor.

The development f >>>


      BOY (10) KIDNAP: FIVE CHARGED
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Five people have been charged with the kidnapping of a 10–year–old boy, who was rescued by police after a 36–hour ordeal.

The youngster was snatched from his home in Walthamstow, east London, on Thursday morning and was freed on Friday night from a flat on an estate in Victoria, >>>


      BOY KIDNAP: FIVE CHARGED
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Five people have been charged with the kidnapping of a 10–year–old boy, who was rescued by police after a 36–hour ordeal.

The youngster was snatched from his home in Walthamstow, east London, on Thursday morning and was freed on Saturday night from a flat on an estate in Victoria >>>


      BRITON KIDNAPPED IN MILITANT ATTACK
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? A Briton is among nine oil workers kidnapped by militants in Nigeria, said the Foreign Office.

John Hudspith, originally from the north of England and now living in the South East, was seized in a raid on a boat contracted by international oil company Shell.

The Foreign Office said it was >>>


      CCTV MIX–UP ‘LETS CRIMINALS ESCAPE‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Criminals are escaping justice because courts are still using technology incompatible with modern security cameras, it has been revealed.

CCTV systems record on to DVD – but courts and prosecutors only have video players. Delays in transferring evidence from the digital discs to VHS tapes ha >>>


      CHARLTON END BEES‘ CUP RUN
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Charlton ended Brentford‘s FA Cup dreams to book their place in the quarter–finals with a 3–1 win at The Valley.

First–half goals from Darren Bent and Jay Bothroyd had put the Barclays Premiership side well in control.

Brentford had knocked out Sunderland in the la >>>


      DAISY: THE TRUE COST OF A KISS AND TELL
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Jude Law and his former lover Sienna Miller are both expected to attend the Bafta awards in Leicester Square tomorrow night. So, too, is Daniel Craig, the new James Bond with whom Miss Miller had a fling during the fallout after the exposé of Law‘s liaison with his children‘s nanny.
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      DEADLY BIRD FLU IS STEP NEARER UK
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? The death of a wild duck was confirmed as France‘s first case of the lethal H5N1 strain of bird flu.

It is the closest case so far to Britain of the lethal H5N1 strain, which is responsible for the deaths of '1 people in Asia and Turkey.

The French Agriculture Ministry said the >>>


      DYER PUTS MAGPIES THROUGH
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Kieron Dyer fired Newcastle into the FA Cup quarter–finals in his first start since August as stubborn Southampton finally succumbed to a 1–0 defeat.

The England midfielder brought an end to his injury nightmare with a 68th–minute strike to put the Magpies through after the Saint >>>


      ENGLAND CLAIM LEAD AS BLACKWELL SHINES
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Ian Blackwell took four wickets as England gained a first–innings lead at the Brabourne Stadium.

Somerset left–arm spinner Blackwell finished with figures of four for 57 as the Cricket Club of India side were dismissed for 251. England were 30 for one in their second innings by stumps >>>


      EUROSTAR FIRM PONDERS BREAK–UP PLAN
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Eurostar UK owner London and Continental Railways (LCR) is said to be exploring a 6 billion break–up plan in opposition to a possible takeover approach.

LCR chairman Rob Holden is working on plans to split the Channel Tunnel rail–link builder into three separate units and sell them ind >>>


      GOVERNMENT‘S PLAN IF VIRUS ARRIVES
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? With the first confirmed case of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu in France, the disease which is responsible for the deaths of more than '0 people worldwide takes a step closer to Britain.

The Government has accepted it is likely the virus will soon reach UK shores and has put in place cont >>>


      GOVERNMENT ACCUSED OVER GUANTANAMO
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Senior ministers have been accused of sowing "utter confusion at the heart of Government" with pronouncements on Guantanamo Bay.

Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain last week said Tony Blair agreed with him that the US terror suspect detention camp should be closed.

However, t >>>


      GRETA‘S ANGUISH AS COMEBACK ROLE IS AXED
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Scacchi: Comeback role cut It was supposed to be the film that relaunched her as a major Hollywood name. When Greta Scacchi got the part playing George Clooney‘s wife in the new 35million spy film Syriana, the 46–year–old actress was overjoyed.

Her last big role was alongside Tim >>>


      HAMMERS EARN HOME REPLAY
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Bolton have become draw specialists and now face a tricky FA Cup fifth–round replay at Upton Park against West Ham.

This was the fifth–successive game in which Sam Allardyce‘s side have had to settle for a share of the spoils.

They could have sealed a place in the quarte >>>


      HEROIN GIRL, 11, OUT OF HOSPITAL
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? An 11–year–girl who collapsed at school after smoking heroin has left hospital, it has been reported.

The Sunday Mail newspaper said that the youngster is no longer being treated in Glasgow‘s Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill.

But it added that instead of being >>>


      I KILLED BILLIE–JO: PRISONER
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Police have refused to discuss reports that a convicted murderer has confessed to the killing of schoolgirl Billie–Jo Jenkins.

The News of the World said a Wakefield jail prisoner told a cellmate he was responsible for the murder of the 13–year–old. The man is currently serving l >>>


      INJURY WON‘T FINISH SMITH – AGENT
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Manchester United midfielder Alan Smith has expressed his gratitude for the swift and largely sympathetic reaction from everyone at Anfield after he suffered a season–ending injury.

He faces at least eight months on the sidelines, but agent Alex Black insists the player is in a positive fram >>>


      JOB FEARS AS MFI MOVES UP–MARKET
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Hundreds of jobs were under threat after troubled MFI was said to be planning the closure of up to 20 stores.

The Sunday Telegraph said the move was part of an overhaul of the business which will also see a dramatic shift up–market with the launch of a new kitchen chain and the sale of Sofa >>>


      LATE CALL WORKS OUT FOR DYER
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Glenn Roeder‘s man–management paid off as Kieron Dyer scored the goal which took Newcastle past Southampton into the last eight of the FA Cup – only five hours after discovering he was going to play.

The England midfielder was handed his first start since August 28, after a scan >>>


      MAGNIFICENT MURRAY THROUGH TO FINAL
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Britain‘s Andy Murray pulled off the biggest win of his young career when beating top seed Andy Roddick in the semi–finals of the SAP Open in San Jose.

Former US Open winner Roddick, 23, was looking for a hat–trick of victories in this event and his 24 ATP Tour titles have helped >>>


      MOTHER–OF–ONE KILLED IN STABBING
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? A 28–year–old teacher was stabbed to death in a "determined" attack just days after moving to a plush new housing development, police said.

The married mother–of–one, who police named as Andrea Howarth, was living in a temporary property on the newly–built M >>>


      MOURINHO WANTS WEMBLEY DATE
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Jose Mourinho fears the gloss will vanish from this season FA Cup if the final is not played at Wembley Stadium.

The new Wembley looks increasingly unlikely to be ready in time for May 13 and the final is poised to return to Cardiff‘s Millennium Stadium. Chelsea are desperate to land the onl >>>


      MPS‘ VOTING RIGHTS UNDER DEBATE
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Rival contenders vying to lead the Liberal Democrats clashed over voting rights for MPs when the party‘s leadership battle was fought out in Scotland.

Simon Hughes called for English votes for English MPs in a bid to solve the so–called West Lothian Question.

This is the anoma >>>


      MURRAY EYES HEWITT SCALP
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Andy Murray believes it will take his very best performance to see off Lleyton Hewitt and claim his first ATP Tour title.

The 18–year–old Scot booked his place in the final of the SAP Open in San Jose, California, by beating defending champion and world number three Andy Roddick 7&ndas >>>


      MURRAY: WIMBLEDON NOT TOP PRIORITY
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Andy Murray insists success at Wimbledon is "not the most important tournament" for him this season as he seeks to mature into one of the world‘s top players.

The 18–year–old Scot claimed his most impressive win to date by beating world number three Andy Roddick in the >>>


      REID TO DEFEND TROOPS IN IRAQ
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Cabinet minister John Reid will next week mount a public defence of troops serving in Iraq after British soldiers were filmed beating unarmed youths.

The Defence Secretary will urge critics to be "very slow to condemn and very quick to defend" British forces in a key note speech.

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      SHOT PC: MAN CHARGED
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? A 24–year–old man has been charged with the attempted murder of a probationary policewoman who was shot and injured as she chased a suspected burglar.

Trevon Kyron Thomas was charged with the attempted murder of WPC Rachael Bown and possessing a firearm with intent to resist arrest. Tr >>>


      STARS GATHER FOR BAFTA AWARDS NIGHT
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Britain‘s answer to the Oscars were about to take place with The Constant Gardener expected to sweep the board.

The Baftas, which grew in stature and are now seen as pointers to Oscar success, are hosted by Stephen Fry at the Odeon Leicester Square.

Stars expected to attend the Baft >>>


      STONES GIVE THEIR FANS SATISFACTION IN RIO
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Forever young: Jagger jumped around the stage like a teenager The spirit of carnival arrived a week early in Brazil with the Rolling Stones playing a free concert on Copacabana Beach before a crowd of over one million people.

The band opened last night‘s beach gig with "Jumpin‘ Ja >>>


      THE FERTELL FERTILITY TEST
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
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Site map Make us your homepage This site Business directory Advanced Search This site >>>


      THREE DIE AS CAR PLUNGES INTO RIVER
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Three people were killed after their car went off a bridge in a rural village and landed on its roof in the river, police said.

The two men and one woman were rescued by fire crews but pronounced dead on arrival at hospital following the late night tragedy in Northumberland.

Northumbria P >>>


      TWO FOR ONE THOMSON HOLIDAYS
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? The Mail on Sunday has teamed up with Thomson to offer you this fantastic two–for–one Thomson holiday deal. Thomson is the UK’s leading leisure travel company for holidays across the world.

Take a look at the table below which gives just some of the fabulous offers available. Travel is >>>


      WIGAN EARN THEIR SPURS
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Spurs twice came from behind to share the spoils with Wigan in an entertaining 2–2 draw at White Hart Lane.

Andreas Johansson twice put the Latics ahead with a goal in each half but saw first Mido and then Jermain Defoe wipe out that advantage.

Wigan almost snatched a winner when Pa >>>


      WIN A SPA BREAK AT SENSPA, CAREYS MANOR HOTEL
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Experience the Orient without the jet lag at SenSpa, a unique Thai spa in the heart of the New Forest, Hampshire, courtesy of YOU magazine. Three lucky readers, plus one guest each, can win a fabulous weekend spa break at SenSpa, with accommodation at the four–star Careys Manor Hotel, breakfast and l >>>


      HAMAS URGED TO BE ‘MODERATE‘ IN GOVERNMENT
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas today asked Hamas to form the next Palestinian government, but demanded that the Islamic militants recognise existing peace deals and back his moderate policies, including negotiations with Israel.

Abbas made the demands in a speech to the new Hamas–dominated >>>


      MINISTER ADMITS BIRD FLU IS NOW ‘MORE LIKELY TO REACH BRITAIN‘
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Bird flu is "more likely" to reach the UK with the discovery of the deadly H5N1 strain in France, the Government said today.

But as Ben Bradshaw, junior minister at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, warned the public and poultry industry to remain vigilant, he insis >>>


      PROPHET CARTOONS SPARK MORE DEATHS AND RIOTS
      The Daily Mail, 19-02-2006
      What is RSS? Libyans protesting the Prophet Muhammad cartoons set fire to the Italian consulate in Benghazi yesterday in a riot that killed at least 10 people, an Italian diplomat said.

The rioters hurled rocks and bottles at the consulate in Benghazi, and then charged into its compound and set fire to the bui >>>


      DEUX MINISTRES VICTIMES DE LA CRISE DES CARICATURES DE MAHOMET
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      A Rome, le ministre italien des Réformes, Roberto Calderoli, a démissionné apr';s avoir porté un t–shirt reproduisant l‘une des caricatures danoises ŕ l‘origine de la crise. A Tripoli, le Congr';s général du peuple a limogé le ministre de l&lsquo >>>


      ENTRE 300.000 ET 500.000 VOLAILLES VONT ĘTRE ABATTUES EN INDE
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      samedi 18 février 2006 (Reuters – 20:37) BANGALORE, Inde – Entre 300.000 et 500.000 volailles vont ętre abattues dans l‘Etat indien du Maharashtra pour éviter une propagation de la grippe aviaire, a annoncé le ministre indien de la Santé, Anbumani Ramadoss.

"Entr >>>


      GRIPPE AVIAIRE: L‘INDE EN PREMIČRE LIGNE, LA FRANCE MOBILISÉE
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 16:10) par Krittivas Mukherjee BOMBAY – Plusieurs dizaines de malades sont soumis ŕ des analyses en Inde, oů la présence du virus H5N1 de la grippe aviaire a été confirmée samedi, tandis qu‘en France, autre pays touché, le gouverne >>>


      ISRAËL ADOPTE DES RESTRICTIONS VISANT LES PALESTINIENS
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 11:48) JERUSALEM – Le gouvernement israélien a approuvé en conseil des ministres une série de nouvelles restrictions visant les Palestiniens, annonce le ministre Roni Bar–On, au lendemain de l‘investiture du nouveau parlement palestinien, domin& >>>


      JO: L‘AUTRICHE SE PLAINT AUPRČS DU CIO
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 11:12) SAN SICARIO – Walter Mayer, entraîneur des équipes autrichiennes de biathlon et de ski de fond, était bien présent aux JO de Turin malgré son exclusion des Jeux olympiques, a confirmé la Fédération autrichienne de ski dimanch >>>


      JO: LE CIO ET LA JUSTICE S‘INTÉRESSENT Ŕ L‘AUTRICHE
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 17:54) par Antonella Ciancio et Sophie Hardach TURIN/PRAGELATO – La justice italienne a ouvert une enquęte sur l‘entraîneur Walter Mayer, dont la présence aupr';s des biathl';tes et des fondeurs autrichiens, malgré son bannissemen >>>


      JO: LE TEMPS SE G'4;TE Ŕ TURIN
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 18:00) TURIN – Le temps s‘est gâté dimanche sur les Jeux olympiques de Turin, entre des chutes de neige provoquant le report du super–G féminin et l‘orage provoqué par les perquisitions de la police italienne et du CIO dans les locaux >>>


      LE FILM BOSNIAQUE "GRBAVICA", OURS D‘OR DU FESTIVAL DE BERLIN
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      samedi 18 février 2006 (Reuters – 21:12) BERLIN – L‘Ours d‘or du meilleur film du 56e festival de Berlin a été décerné ŕ "Grbavica", de la cinéaste bosniaque Jasmila Zbanic, un film qui évoque les traumatismes de l‘apr';s–guer >>>


      MANIFESTATION DEVANT L‘AMBASSADE AMÉRICAINE Ŕ DJAKARTA
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 10:48) DJAKARTA – Des manifestants musulmans, indignés par la publication de caricatures de Mahomet dans certains journaux occidentaux, ont dirigé dimanche leur col';re contre l‘ambassade des Etats–Unis ŕ Djakarta, frappant la porte d&ls >>>


      MOKTADA SADR REJETTE LA NOUVELLE CONSTITUTION IRAKIENNE
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 0':28) BAGDAD – L‘imam chiite radical Moktada Sadr a annoncé samedi soir qu‘il rejetait la nouvelle Constitution irakienne, soutenue par les chiites de l‘AIU (Alliance irakienne unifiée), le plus important bloc au parlement irakien.

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      TENNIS: AMÉLIE MAURESMO REMPORTE LE TOURNOI D‘ANVERS
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 16:14) ANVERS – Amélie Mauresmo a remporté son troisi';me tournoi consécutif en s‘imposant ŕ Anvers, épreuve dont elle était tenante du titre.

La Française a battu en finale la numéro un mondiale Kim Clijsters >>>


      TENNIS: ARNAUD CLÉMENT REMPORTE LE TOURNOI DE MARSEILLE
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 16:31) MARSEILLE – Arnaud Clément a remporté ŕ Marseille son premier titre depuis Metz en 2003, en battant en finale le Croate Mario Ancic, tęte de série numéro six.

L‘Aixois, qui avait bénéficié d‘une invi >>>


      TENNIS: ET DE TROIS POUR MAURESMO
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      1' février 2006 (Reuters – 16:43) ANVERS – Amélie Mauresmo a remporté son troisi';me tournoi consécutif en s‘imposant ŕ Anvers face ŕ la numéro un mondiale, la Belge Kim Clijsters.

La Française, qui était tenante du titre, s‘est i >>>


      VIOLENTS COMBATS EN SOMALIE, Ŕ MOGADISCIO, AU MOINS 12 MORTS
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      samedi 18 février 2006 (Reuters – 21:57) MOGADISCIO – Au moins douze personnes ont trouvé la mort et une quarantaine d‘autres ont été blessées samedi lors d‘affrontements entre milices rivales ŕ Mogadiscio, ont rapporté les habitants de la capitale somalienne.< >>>


      APPEL D‘ÉTUDIANTS POUR LE BLOCAGE DES UNIVERSITÉS CONTRE LE CPE
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      RENNES – Une coordination nationale réunissant les représentants d‘une trentaine d‘universités a décidé de lancer un appel ŕ bloquer les campus français ŕ compter du 23 février pour protester contre le projet de "contrat premi';re embauche" >>>


      CONFIRMATION DU PREMIER CAS DE GRIPPE AVIAIRE EN FRANCE
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      PARIS – Le canard sauvage dont le cadavre a été retrouvé lundi dans l‘Ain était porteur du virus H5N1 de la grippe aviaire, a confirmé samedi soir le minist';re de l‘Agriculture.

"Le laboratoire de référence de l‘Agence française de s >>>


      EN INDE, CHIRAC VEUT MARQUER DES POINTS FACE AUX AMÉRICAINS
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      par Sophie Louet NEW DELHI – Jacques Chirac est arrivé dimanche en Inde pour une visite d‘Etat destinée ŕ intensifier le "partenariat stratégique" entre Paris et New Delhi au bénéfice des entreprises françaises, qui disputent aux Américains d‘important >>>


      JO: DEFRASNE, HÉROS D‘UNE FOLLE JOURNÉE POUR LES FRAN'';AIS
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      par Julien Prétot SESTRIERES – Du titre olympique qui glisse des mains de Pierre–Emmanuel Dalcin ŕ la médaille d‘or que Vincent Defrasne va chiper ŕ Ole Einar Björndalen, l‘équipe de France a vécu une journée tr';s riche en émotions samedi.
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      LA FRANCE TOUCHÉE Ŕ SON TOUR PAR LA GRIPPE AVIAIRE
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      par Jacques Clément PARIS – Le minist';re de l‘Agriculture a confirmé samedi que le canard sauvage dont le cadavre a été retrouvé lundi sur la commune de Joyeux, dans l‘Ain, était porteur du virus H5N1, officialisant la présence de la grippe aviaire en France >>>


      LE PLAN GOUVERNEMENTAL FACE AU VIRUS H5N1 ENCLENCHÉ
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      par Jacques Clément PARIS – La confirmation de la présence en France du virus H5N1 de la grippe aviaire a enclenché la mise en application du plan de prévention préparé par les autorités.

Le gouvernement a adopté début janvier un nouveau "plan de pré >>>


      TROIS PERSONNES EN DÉTENTION DANS L‘AFFAIRE DU MEURTRE D‘ILAN
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      PARIS – Trois personnes ont été placées en détention dans la nuit de samedi ŕ dimanche dans l‘affaire de l‘enl';vement et du meurtre d‘Ilan Halimi, apprend–on aupr';s du parquet.

Ilan Halimi a été retrouvé lundi agonisant pr& >>>


      TROIS PERSONNES MISES EN EXAMEN POUR LE MEURTRE D‘ILAN HALIMI
      Liberation, 19-02-2006
      PARIS – Trois personnes ont été mises en examen samedi dans l‘affaire de l‘enl';vement et du meurtre d‘Ilan Halimi, a–t–on appris aupr';s du parquet.

Elles devraient ętre présentées dans la soirée de samedi ŕ un juge des lib >>>


      IT‘S THE WRONG TIME TO BLOW COLD ON GLOBAL WARMING
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Leader Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer The spectre of the Greenland ice shelf collapsing has once again focused the world‘s attention on the threat of global warming. Fresh evidence that this gargantuan ice cube is sliding into the Atlantic Ocean twice as fast as a decade ago was not the only bad news. >>>


      LET‘S DECIDE WHAT WE REALLY WANT FROM UNIVERSITIES
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Leader Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer The arguments in favour of charging fees to students, and allowing universities to vary them, were always strong ones. Universities are in desperate need of funds to improve the appalling levels of lecturers‘ pay and to make themselves more competitive internationa >>>


      URBANE RENEWAL
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Leader Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer That record numbers of Britons are moving abroad is a fact you will not often see quoted in the immigration debate. But the truth is 350,000 people are now emigrating each year, a rise of 30 per cent over the past decade.

Some suggest this is a cause for alarm, >>>


      BLAIRITES SEEK RIVAL TO RUN AGAINST BROWN
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      ‘Fast–forward‘ transition prompts moves to widen leadership contest Ned Temko and Gaby Hinsliff Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer Senior allies of Tony Blair are seeking a Cabinet heavyweight to challenge Gordon Brown for the leadership crown.

The move comes amid Blairite alarm over s >>>


      FRONTRUNNERS TAKE LIB DEM BATTLE TO A PHOTO–FINISH
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Observer survey shows Hughes a distant third Ned Temko and Svetlana Graudt Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer Novice MP Chris Huhne and 20–year Commons veteran Sir Menzies Campbell are running neck–and–neck in the home stretch of the Liberal Democrat leadership race, according to a survey of co >>>


      GRASP THE NETTLE, MR BROWN, AND TELL US WHO YOU REALLY ARE
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Martin Bright Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer If anyone out there still seriously believes that Gordon Brown has submitted himself to a make–over, then take another look at those photographs of him on HMS Kent wearing a Roy ‘Chubby‘ Brown–style flying helmet.

There is always t >>>


      IT‘S THE WRONG TIME TO BLOW COLD ON GLOBAL WARMING
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Leader: Let‘s decide what we really want from universities Race to prevent Algerian terror suspects‘ release Reid defends ‘ethical‘ army Tory backer cancels 250,000 gift Richard Reeves: Why we should care a bit more Andrew Rawnsley: A brilliant performer strutting on a worm–eaten stage Fre >>>


      JOWELL‘S HUSBAND IN GIFT ROW
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      David Mills denies receiving 350,000 from Italian PM in exchange for help in corruption trial Antony Barnett and Barbara McMahon in Rome Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer An extraordinary letter written by the husband of the Culture Secretary, Tessa Jowell, reveals that he avoided telling the full truth about t >>>


      LET‘S DECIDE WHAT WE REALLY WANT FROM UNIVERSITIES
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Race to prevent Algerian terror suspects‘ release Reid defends ‘ethical‘ army Tory backer cancels 250,000 gift Richard Reeves: Why we should care a bit more Andrew Rawnsley: A brilliant performer strutting on a worm–eaten stage Freedom of information could come at a price Stephanie Merritt: Can >>>


      RACE TO PREVENT ALGERIAN TERROR SUSPECTS‘ RELEASE
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Reid defends ‘ethical‘ army Tory backer cancels 250,000 gift Richard Reeves: Why we should care a bit more Andrew Rawnsley: A brilliant performer strutting on a worm–eaten stage Freedom of information could come at a price Stephanie Merritt: Can we now have a CSA that works?

OK, Gordon, over >>>


      REID DEFENDS ‘ETHICAL‘ ARMY
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Tory backer cancels 250,000 gift Richard Reeves: Why we should care a bit more Andrew Rawnsley: A brilliant performer strutting on a worm–eaten stage Freedom of information could come at a price Stephanie Merritt: Can we now have a CSA that works?

OK, Gordon, over to you. Let‘s see how you get on I >>>


      TAXING GRADUATES WOULD GLADDEN MY HEART
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Our envied higher education system could be improved further by some radical reforms Ruaridh Nicoll Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer For a country with such a Calvinist past, Scotland has plenty of relics.

Take our liberal education, which sees university students study a broad range of subjects befor >>>


      TORY BACKER CANCELS &#163;250,000 GIFT
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Recent articles Leader: It‘s the wrong time to blow cold on global warming Leader: Let‘s decide what we really want from universities Race to prevent Algerian terror suspects‘ release Reid defends ‘ethical‘ army Tory backer cancels 250,000 gift Richard Reeves: Why we should care a bit mor >>>


      TRUST IRA, MAD DOG ADAIR TELLS LOYALISTS
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Henry McDonald, Ireland editor Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer The former Ulster Defence Association paramilitary leader, Johnny ‘Mad Dog‘ Adair, has made an unprecedented, and at one time utterly unthinkable, call for all loyalists to trust the IRA.

Adair, who spent his terrorist career >>>


      WE WILL NOT BE BACKING POLICE BOARD YET, SAYS ADAMS
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Henry McDonald, Ireland editor Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer Sinn Fein has refused to sign up to Northern Ireland‘s new policing board, the party‘s president, Gerry Adams, confirmed yesterday.

Adams was speaking before his party‘s annual conference in Dublin during which several d >>>


      WHY WE SHOULD CARE A BIT MORE
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Andrew Rawnsley: A brilliant performer strutting on a worm–eaten stage Freedom of information could come at a price Stephanie Merritt: Can we now have a CSA that works?

OK, Gordon, over to you. Let‘s see how you get on If Brown can‘t win in Scotland, he has no chance with England Henry Porter >>>


      ‘AMBULANCE CHASERS‘ FACE CLAMPDOWN
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      What ever happened to ... Phil Sands Fuel price rises force drivers off the roads Puttnam will outshine stars on Bafta night TV show provides boost for lost classic Lord Advocate fuels new McKie fingerprint row Teenager stabbed to death at party British murder suspect ‘on suicide watch‘ ‘Hit squads&ls >>>


      ‘HIT SQUADS‘ AIM TO SAVE COMMUNITY HOSPITALS
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      ‘Hit squads‘ aim to save community hospitals Jo Revill Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer ‘Hit squads‘ are to be sent around the country to check that National Health Service trusts are not planning to close community hospitals.

The move is designed to send a message from the gov >>>


      ‘LITANY OF ERRORS‘ ON MONCKTON MURDERER
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Jamie Doward, home affairs editor Sunday February 1', 2006 The Observer A litany of mistakes which raise serious questions about the way violent offenders are assessed when they are released from prison is to be revealed by a damning report into the murder of the millionaire financier John Monckton, the contents of >>>


      ARMY FACES DEEPCUT CHALLENGE AT INQUEST
      The Observer, 19-02-2006
      Now, don‘t tell me about your parents ‘Ambulance chasers‘ face clampdown What ever happened to ... Phil Sands Fuel price rises force drivers off the roads Puttnam will outshine stars on Bafta night TV show provides boost for lost classic Lord Advocate fuels new McKie fingerprint row Teenager stabbed t >>>



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