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      INDIA NUKE DEAL MEETS WARY CONGRESS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor WASHINGTON The Bush administration‘s landmark nuclear deal with India could alter the world‘s nonproliferation regime, and rewrite the geopolitical rules of South Asia.

If it passes Congress in its current form, that is. And that is far from a foregone >>>


      KEY TRIAL FORCES SOUTH AFRICA TO CONFRONT RAPE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA South Africa, it seems, is having an Anita Hill moment.

The country‘s former deputy president, Jacob Zuma, who aims to become president, is on trial for raping an HIV–positive family friend. And the case is playing out in the >>>


      LITTLE TIME TO AVOID BIG THAW, SCIENTISTS WARN
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor Global warming appears to be pushing vast reservoirs of ice on Greenland and Antarctica toward a significant, long–term meltdown. The world may have as little as a decade to take the steps to avoid this scenario.

Those are the implications of new studies tha >>>


      LOANS TO MINORITIES RISE, BUT AT A PRICE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor BOSTON When it comes to home loans, minority neighborhoods used to be the forgotten land.

Now these same communities are the promised land – or at least the land of promises. Their airwaves are jammed with commercials urging residents to refinance and " >>>


      MOTHER AND CHILD DISUNION
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Film critic of The Christian Science Monitor Twenty–year–old Bruno (Jeremie Renier) and his 18–year–old girlfriend, Sonia (Deborah François), are vagabonds living in an eastern Belgian steel town in "L‘Enfant" ("The Child"), the latest glum odyssey from the direct >>>


      NO SIMPLE ANSWERS, BUT THANKS FOR ASKING
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Try the Rumsfeld approach: Look for good news in the midst of a bad situation. By Jeffrey Shaffer PORTLAND, ORE.

I hope none of the major polling firms are planning to include me in their next roundup of public opinion. But that doesn‘t mean I‘m apathetic. Just the opposite is true. I don‘t h >>>


      ON A DESERT TREK, FORMER ENEMIES FORM NEW BONDS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor MUSAID, LIBYA History was but 10 feet away.

Having crossed deserts by camel and truck, a mission of nine peace seekers from Israel and the Palestinian territories, Iraq and America, was that close to making it through passport control in Libya, a country that has >>>


      PAGE TURNERS: THE FALLEN
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      By Yvonne Zipp The Fallen, by T. Jefferson Parker ($24.'5) Det. Robbie Brownlaw doesn‘t mess around with polygraph tests: He has a built–in lie detector. Three years ago, he was thrown out of a sixth–story window. He survived, but since then, whenever people speak, he sees their emotions as shapes >>>


      POWER‘S STRUGGLE WITH ACCOUNTABILITY
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      By Tony Vellela Like the cover of a book, the title of a play should attract attention and represent its subject. John Patrick Shanley‘s new off–Broadway work "Defiance" would have been more faithful to its subject if it were titled "Accountability," but that‘s not likely to have s >>>


      RELIGIOUS FREEDOM AFGHAN–STYLE IS NO FREEDOM
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      The trial of a Christian convert undermines the US democracy agenda. By Tony Perkins WASHINGTON Efforts by the US soldiers deployed during Operation Enduring Freedom to help the Afghan people throw off the oppressive Taliban government appear not to be complete. A 41–year–old Afghan man, Abdul Rahman, is be >>>


      REPORTERS ON THE JOB
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Desert Correspondent: Rafael Frankel is the only journalist riding with a caravan of unlikely characters crossing the Sahara. He‘s not perched on a camel or traveling on foot. He‘s riding in one of two vintage 1'60s supply trucks outfitted with oversize tires.

In the MonitorFriday, 03/24/06 Lit >>>


      SPANISH CUISINE BASKS IN NEW POPULARITY
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor Spain is the new France. Or so food writers the world over have been saying for the past few years. Yet one part of the country in particular seems to be gaining attention. Last September, New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni declared that Spain‘s Basque coas >>>


      SPIKE LEE THINKS ‘INSIDE‘ THE BOX
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Film critic of The Christian Science Monitor Spike Lee‘s "Inside Man" begins with a close–up of Clive Owen addressing the audience. "Pay strict attention to what I say," he intones, "because I choose my words carefully, and I never repeat myself." Yes, sir. When Clive Owens is >>>


      THE ARUBA OF TOMORROW
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Clayton Collins spent 10 days in Providenciales, BWI. Where did you go? The up–and–coming island of Providenciales, or "Provo," in the Turks and Caicos chain of the British West Indies.

ANDREW COLLINS Where did you stay? At the Royal West Indies resort, in a botanical setting on the 12&nd >>>


      THEATERS IN A CELLPHONE JAM
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor LAS VEGAS The scene is all too familiar to the modern moviegoer: The theater is pin–drop quiet as Ben and Jen are about to declare undying love for each other.

Suddenly, the latest ring tone from Coldplay or 50 Cent blares from a teenager‘s purse, fill >>>


      THREE YEARS LATER, ‘PROGRESS‘ REPLACES ‘VICTORY‘
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      If either president Bush had foreseen the outcomes, would each have invaded Iraq?

By Daniel Schorr WASHINGTON "There‘s evidence of real progress," says President Bush.

In the MonitorFriday, 03/24/06 Little time to avoid big thaw, scientists warn India nuke deal meets wary Congress Key >>>


      UKRAINE‘S NEW, BUMPY PATH
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor KIEV, UKRAINE Two very different elections, held within a week of each other in the neighboring republics of Belarus and Ukraine, illustrate a deepening schism between former Soviet states. Some are moving decisively toward democracy, while others are sliding into the pol >>>


      WHAT IN THE WORLD IS GOING ON?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      What is this? Teachers Don‘t miss our Kidspace archive.

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      WHOSE INTERNET IS IT, ANYWAY?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 24-03-2006
      The Monitor‘s View The hot debate over "Net neutrality" has spilled beyond Internet chat rooms and into Congress. The concept that those who own the "pipes" can‘t dictate what goes through them has made the Internet an engine for individual and economic growth. An Internet with gatekeepe >>>


      EUNICE BARBER SOUHAITE DES POURSUITES JUDICIAIRES
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      vendredi 24 mars 2006 (Reuters – 18:08) par Julien Prétot PARIS – L‘ancien championne du monde d‘heptathlon Eunice Barber annonce qu‘elle souhaite engager des poursuites judiciaires apr';s son interpellation musclée par plusieurs policiers samedi ŕ Saint–Denis, >>>


      FEU VERT EUROPÉEN Ŕ UNE MISSION DE PAIX AU CONGO DÉMOCRATIQUE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      jeudi 23 mars 2006 (Reuters – 23:03) BRUXELLES – L‘Union européenne a donné son accord final ŕ une mission militaire comprenant jusqu‘ŕ 1.450 soldats qui devra favoriser le bon déroulement des élections prévues le 18 juin en République démocratique du >>>


      HANIYEH EST UN "ENNEMI", MÉCHAAL DOIT ĘTRE JUGÉ, DIT EHUD OLMERT
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      vendredi 24 mars 2006 (Reuters – 14:56) JERUSALEM – Le Premier ministre israélien par intérim Ehud Olmert a qualifié d‘"ennemi" le leader présumé modéré du Hamas Ismaďl Haniyeh, qui s‘appręte ŕ diriger le nouveau gouvernement palestinie >>>


      LA POLICE MET FIN AUX MANIFESTATIONS EN BIÉLORUSSIE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      vendredi 24 mars 2006 (Reuters – 07:42) par Oleg Shchedrov MINSK – La police anti–émeutes biélorusse a mis fin, tôt vendredi matin, ŕ cinq jours de manifestations visant ŕ protester contre la réélection du président Alexandre Loukachenko.

Environ 200 pe >>>


      LE PRÉSIDENT BIÉLORUSSE VISÉ PAR DES SANCTIONS EUROPÉENNES
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      vendredi 24 mars 2006 (Reuters – 13:18) BRUXELLES – Les chefs d‘Etat et de gouvernement de l‘UE ont adopté vendredi des sanctions contre les dirigeants biélorusses, y compris le président Alexandre Loukachenko, annonce la présidence autrichienne.

"Le Conseil eur >>>


      LE PRÉSIDENT ITALIEN LANCE UN APPEL AU CALME AVANT LES ÉLECTIONS
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      vendredi 24 mars 2006 (Reuters – 18:10) par Phil Stewart ROME – Le président italien Carlo Azeglio Ciampi lance un appel au calme ŕ la classe politique qui se livre ŕ des échanges de plus en plus acrimonieux ŕ deux semaines des élections législatives des ' et 10 avril. >>>


      MAHMOUD ABBAS CROIT LA PAIX POSSIBLE AVEC ISRAËL DANS UN AN
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      vendredi 24 mars 2006 (Reuters – 10:15) JERUSALEM – Le président palestinien Mahmoud Abbas croit possible la conclusion d‘un accord de paix avec Israël dans un délai d‘un an, malgré la victoire des radicaux du Hamas aux élections législatives palestiniennes du 25 ja >>>


      MOUSSAOUI AURAIT PU METTRE LE FBI SUR LA PISTE DU 11 SEPTEMBRE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      jeudi 23 mars 2006 (Reuters – 23:11) ALEXANDRIA, Virginie – Si Zacarias Moussaoui avait avoué en ao$';t 2001 qu‘un détournement d‘avions était en préparation, les services de sécurité auraient pu trouver les moyens d‘identifier onze des 1' pirates d >>>


      PATINAGE: BRIAN JOUBERT MÉDAILLE D‘ARGENT Ŕ CALGARY
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      vendredi 24 mars 2006 (Reuters – 0':16) CALGARY – Un mois apr';s ses déboires aux Jeux olympiques, le Français Brian Joubert a décroché jeudi une médaille d‘argent aux championnats du monde de Calgary, juste derri';re l‘impeccable Suisse Stéphane >>>


      RALLYE: L‘ÉPREUVE DE CATALOGNE ENDEUILLÉE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      vendredi 24 mars 2006 (Reuters – 15:1') SALOU, Espagne, 24 mars – Le copilote allemand Jörg Bastuck a été tué vendredi sur le rallye de Catalogne, apr';s avoir été heurté par une autre voiture alors qu‘il changeait une roue, ont annoncé les organisat >>>


      SEPT MORTS DANS UN ATTENTAT SUR UN MARCHÉ DE BAGDAD
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      jeudi 23 mars 2006 (Reuters – 23:31) BAGDAD – Sept personnes ont été tuées dans un attentat ŕ la voiture piégée commis jeudi sur un marché de Bagdad, a annoncé la police.

L‘explosion a eu lieu pr';s d‘une mosquée chiite du quartier de >>>


      UNE FEMME DE 2' ANS SUCCOMBE AU VIRUS H5N1 Ŕ SHANGHAI
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      vendredi 24 mars 2006 (Reuters – 18:15) SHANGHAI – Le minist';re chinois de la Santé confirme qu‘une femme de 2' ans a succombé ŕ Shanghai au virus de la grippe aviaire, rapporte l‘agence de presse officielle Chine nouvelle.

Le déc';s mardi de la >>>


      APPELS Ŕ LA GRČVE CONTRE LE CPE DANS LES TRANSPORTS DE PROVINCE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      PARIS – Des préavis de gr';ve ont été déposés dans au moins 71 entreprises de transports collectifs de province pour mardi, dans le cadre de la mobilisation anti–CPE, a annoncé l‘Union des transports publics (UTP).

"Dans le cadre des mouvements li >>>


      ATTENTAT CONTRE LA VILLA D‘UN AVOCAT PARISIEN EN CORSE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      AJACCIO – Un attentat ŕ l‘explosif a compl';tement détruit jeudi soir la villa d‘un avocat parisien ŕ l‘Isolella, sur la rive sud du golfe d‘Ajaccio, en Corse, apprend–on aupr';s de la gendarmerie.

Plusieurs charges, couplées ŕ des bo >>>


      FRAN'';OIS GOULARD VEUT PROFESSIONNALISER L‘ENSEIGNEMENT SUPÉRIEUR
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      PARIS – Le gouvernement veut proposer une "professionnalisation" de l‘enseignement supérieur aux étudiants qui dénoncent dans la rue le contrat premi';re embauche (CPE), déclare François Goulard vendredi dans Les Echos.

"La professionnalisation de l&l >>>


      GRIPPE AVIAIRE: LA ZONE DE SURVEILLANCE DES DOMBES LEVÉE LUNDI
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      PARIS – La zone de surveillance mise en place dans les Dombes (Ain) apr';s la découverte en février d‘un cas de grippe aviaire dans un élevage de dindes sera levée lundi, annonce le minist';re français de l‘Agriculture en référence ŕ une déc >>>


      JACQUES CHIRAC DÉNONCE LES ULTIMATUMS, EXCLUT LE RETRAIT DU CPE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      BRUXELLES – Jacques Chirac a exclu tout retrait du contrat premi';re embauche, exigé par les syndicats et l‘opposition.

"On n‘a pas ŕ donner d‘ultimatum. Quand une loi a été adoptée, elle doit ętre appliquée", a déclaré le c >>>


      L‘ECOLE DES HAUTES ETUDES EN SCIENCES SOCIALES SACCAGÉE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      PARIS – Le rectorat de Paris a déploré le "saccage" des locaux de l‘Ecole des Hautes Etudes en sciences sociales (EHESS) par un groupe de 72 occupants, délogés au petit matin par les forces de l‘ordre.

Depuis trois jours, le bâtiment situé 105 boulevard >>>


      L‘ÉPIDÉMIE DE CHIKUNGUNYA RECULE LENTEMENT Ŕ LA RÉUNION
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      SAINT–DENIS–DE–LA–REUNION – Environ 4.500 nouveaux cas de chikungunya ont été enregistrés du 13 au 1' mars ŕ la Réunion, oů l‘épidémie poursuit son lent recul, selon les chiffres communiqués vendredi par l‘Institut national de ve >>>


      LA RÉGION PACA PROSCRIT LES ENTREPRISES EMPLOYANT DES CPE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      MARSEILLE – Le président socialiste de la région Provence–Alpes–Côte d‘Azur, Michel Vauzelle, s‘est engagé ŕ supprimer les aides de l‘institution aux entreprises qui emploieraient des jeunes en Contrat premi';re embauche (CPE).

"Les entr >>>


      LES ANTI–CPE TOUJOURS MOBILISÉS SUR FOND D‘INCIDENTS VIOLENTS
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      PARIS – Des dizaines de milliers d‘étudiants et lycéens ont de nouveau manifesté jeudi en France pour marquer leur détermination ŕ obtenir le retrait du contrat premi';re embauche (CPE) sur fond d‘incidents violents.

Plusieurs défilés ont ét >>>


      SUR LE CPE, LES SYNDICATS N‘ONT PAS CONVAINCU LE GOUVERNEMENT
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      PARIS – "Nous n‘avons pas encore convaincu le Premier ministre de retirer le CPE", a déclaré le secrétaire général de la CGT, Bernard Thibault, ŕ l‘issue de la réunion entre le gouvernement et les cinq confédérations syndicales sur le contrat prem >>>


      VILLEPIN NE RETIRE PAS LE CPE, VEUT CONTINUER LE DIALOGUE
      Liberation, 24-03-2006
      par Sophie Louet et Dominique Rodriguez PARIS – Dominique de Villepin s‘est refusé ŕ retirer le contrat premi';re embauche lors de la réunion avec les dirigeants des cinq confédérations syndicales, mais a proposé de les revoir "la semaine prochaine".

>>>


      BUSH OPENS UP U.S. TRADE WITH UKRAINE
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      The Associated Press WASHINGTON –– U.S. President George W. Bush signed legislation Thursday that ends Cold War–era trade restrictions on Ukraine, opening the way for the country to join the World Trade Organization.

The measure frees Ukraine from a 1'74 law called the Jackson–Vanik >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      Aa Aa Aa Business in Brief Reserves Hit Record The country‘s foreign currency and gold reserves rose for a 17th consecutive week to a record $204.1 billion on revenue from oil and gas exports.

This is the longest series of weekly gains since at least June 1''8, according to Bloomberg data.
>>>


      GAS TRADER KEEPS ORANGE TEAM APART
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Catherine Belton Staff Writer Mikhail Metzel / AP Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller, left, President Putin and Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko meeting at Putin‘s Novo–Orgaryovo residence outside Moscow on Jan. 4, the day the natural gas deal was reached with Ukraine.

KIEV –– S >>>


      GLOBAL EYE
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Chris Floyd What happened in the village of Isahaqi, north of Baghdad, on the Ides of March? The murk of war –– the natural blur of unbuckled event, and its artificial augmentation by professional massagers –– shrouds the details of the actual operation. But here is what we know.

We >>>


      GLOBAL EYE
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Chris Floyd What happened in the village of Isahaqi, north of Baghdad, on the Ides of March? The murk of war –– the natural blur of unbuckled event, and its artificial augmentation by professional massagers –– shrouds the details of the actual operation. But here is what we know.

We >>>


      GREF OUTLINES RISKS TO FURTHER GDP GROWTH
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Gleb Bryanski Reuters Mikhail Fomichev / Itar–Tass Gref attending Thursday‘s meeting.

Economic growth may slow unless Russia boosts productivity and investment, Economic Development and Trade Minister German Gref told a Cabinet meeting Thursday that ended in a dispute over natural monopolies&lsq >>>


      ROSNEFT: NO PLAN TO BUY YUKOS ASSETS
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Stephen Boykewich Staff Writer Alexander Saverkin / Itar–Tass Bogdanchikov arriving for Thursday‘s news conference on Rosneft‘s plans.

State oil company Rosneft has no plans to buy assets still held by embattled oil major Yukos and is sticking to its plan for a listing as early as July, co >>>


      ROSNEFT: NO PLAN TO BUY YUKOS ASSETS
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Stephen Boykewich Staff Writer Alexander Saverkin / Itar–Tass Bogdanchikov arriving for Thursday‘s news conference on Rosneft‘s plans.

State oil company Rosneft has no plans to buy assets still held by embattled oil major Yukos and is sticking to its plan for a listing as early as July, co >>>


      SIMPLY GLAMOROUS
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      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 by fax to (7–4'5) 232–652', by e–mail to oped@imedia.ru, or by >>>


      SIMPLY GLAMOROUS
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      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 by fax to (7–4'5) 232–652', by e–mail to oped@imedia.ru, or by >>>


      YUKOS EXEC COULD GET ' YEARS
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      Reuters Prosecutors on Thursday asked a Moscow court to sentence a lawyer who worked for fallen oil major Yukos to nine years in prison for embezzlement and tax evasion if found guilty, news agencies reported.

Svetlana Bakhmina, 36, who has two young sons, worked as the deputy chief of the Moscow legal departm >>>


      YUKOS EXEC COULD GET ' YEARS
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      Reuters Prosecutors on Thursday asked a Moscow court to sentence a lawyer who worked for fallen oil major Yukos to nine years in prison for embezzlement and tax evasion if found guilty, news agencies reported.

Svetlana Bakhmina, 36, who has two young sons, worked as the deputy chief of the Moscow legal departm >>>


      FSB ORDERS PRAVDA.RU TO DELETE CARTOONS
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Anatoly Medetsky Staff Writer The Federal Security Service has ordered an Internet provider to delete cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed from two web sites, including the news publication Pravda.ru, the web sites said Thursday.

Pravda.ru and the other web site, Caricatura.ru, denied publishing the caricatures >>>


      GAS TRADER KEEPS ORANGE TEAM APART
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Catherine Belton Staff Writer Mikhail Metzel / AP Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller, left, President Putin and Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko meeting at Putin‘s Novo–Orgaryovo residence outside Moscow on Jan. 4, the day the natural gas deal was reached with Ukraine.

KIEV –– S >>>


      GAS TRADER KEEPS ORANGE TEAM APART
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Catherine Belton Staff Writer Mikhail Metzel / AP Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller, left, President Putin and Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko meeting at Putin‘s Novo–Orgaryovo residence outside Moscow on Jan. 4, the day the natural gas deal was reached with Ukraine.

KIEV –– S >>>


      GLOBAL EYE
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Chris Floyd What happened in the village of Isahaqi, north of Baghdad, on the Ides of March? The murk of war –– the natural blur of unbuckled event, and its artificial augmentation by professional massagers –– shrouds the details of the actual operation. But here is what we know.

We >>>


      HUNDREDS CHEER FALLEN QUEEN
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Catherine Belton Staff Writer Efrem Lukatsky / AP People cheering Tymoshenko late Thursday on Independence Square.

KIEV –– Hundreds of people crowded Kiev‘s Independence Square to support the fallen queen of the Orange Revolution, Yulia Tymoshenko, on the eve of weekend parliamentary elect >>>


      IN A GRASSROOTS VICTORY, A DRIVER WALKS FREE
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Francesca Mereu Staff Writer Oleg Bogdanov / Itar–Tass Shcherbinsky being hugged by his daughter after his release on Thursday.

After protests from drivers across the country, a court on Thursday overturned the conviction of Oleg Shcherbinsky in the accident that killed Altai Governor Mikhail Yevdokim >>>


      JURY CLEARS TEEN OF TAJIK GIRL‘S MURDER
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Galina Stolyarova and Nabi Abdullaev Staff Writers ST. PETERSBURG –– A jury has cleared a teenager of murder charges in the stabbing of a '–year–old Tajik girl in 2004, finding him guilty instead of hooliganism and calling for leniency in his sentence.

Prosecutors said they would >>>


      ROGOZIN FACES AX AT RODINA CONGRESS
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Francesca Mereu Staff Writer MT Dmitry Rogozin Rodina leader Dmitry Rogozin will be ousted at a party congress Saturday and replaced with Alexander Babakov, a wealthy businessman who heads the party‘s presidium and is closely associated with the Kremlin, senior Rodina members said.

Rogozin said Thursd >>>


      SAFIN TO LEAD RUSSIAN TEAM AGAINST FRANCE
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      Reuters AP Marat Safin Marat Safin will lead Russia in April‘s Davis Cup quarterfinal against France.

The former world No. 1 made an impressive return from a seven–month injury layoff at last month‘s Dubai Open, beating Nikolai Davydenko in his first match. Safin also reached the fourth round >>>


      SIMPLY GLAMOROUS
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      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 by fax to (7–4'5) 232–652', by e–mail to oped@imedia.ru, or by >>>


      UKRAINE SET TO TOSS THE DIE OF DEMOCRACY
      The Moscow Times, 24-03-2006
      By Myron Wasylyk To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should be sent by fax to (7–4'5) 232–652', by e–mail to oped@imedia.ru, or by po >>>


      VIETNAM SETS EXCELLENT EXAMPLE IN PROTECTING CHILDREN‘S RIGHTS
      Nhan Dan, 24-03-2006
      Vietnam is setting an excellent example in governmental policies and programmes to help promote and protect the rights of children, said Anupama Rao Singh, Regional Director for East Asia and the Pacific of the United Nations Children‘s Fund (UNICEF).

Singh made the remark while participating in the &quo >>>


      VIETNAMESE AND BULGARIAN MPS FOCUS ON CO–OPERATION
      Nhan Dan, 24-03-2006
      The Vietnamese chief legislator received a delegation from the Bulgarian National Assembly led by its Agriculture and Forestry Committee Chairman Vassil Todorov Kalinov in Hanoi on March 23.

Chairman An said he expected that as a member of the European Union, Bulgaria would help open an entry gate to the EU ma >>>


      WHO PRAISES VIETNAM‘S EFFORTS TO REACH TB CONTROL TARGETS
      Nhan Dan, 24-03-2006
      Vietnam is one of the 26 countries in the world, that have met the targets for tuberculosis (TB) control a year ahead of time, according to a report released by the World Health Organisation (WHO) on March 22.

The report said that the 26 countries included the Philippines and Vietnam, two of the worst–af >>>


      FO SPOKESPERSON’S HALF–TRUTH
      Pakistan Observer, 24-03-2006
      Comment/Mahmood Hussain OUR Foreign Office has adopted a correct stance by rejecting the claim from New Delhi that Northern Areas are their integral part but at the same time confused the situation by linking it with the disputed case of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. In this connection Foreign Office referred to the >>>


      PAK LODGES STRONG PROTEST WITH AFGHAN GOVT
      Pakistan Observer, 24-03-2006
      Afghan forces killed 16 innocent Pakistanis Bodies brought back to Chaman Aroosa Alam Islamabad—As the nation of Pakistan was preparing to celeberate its Republic Day Thursday, Government of Afghanistan returned dead bodies of 14 Pakistanis who were gunned down by Afghanistan by the men of Afghan Commander Abdul Raziq >>>


      PML REPOSES CONFIDENCE IN MUSHARRAF
      Pakistan Observer, 24-03-2006
      Four Resolutions adopted at the Convention presented by the three Chief Ministers Lahore—Four resolutions were adopted at the PML centenary convention held at Minar–e–Pakistan here on Thursday.

The Chief Ministers of Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan and Chief of PML NWFP presented the resolutions.
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      PRESIDENT ASKS PEOPLE TO REJECT EXTREMISM
      Pakistan Observer, 24-03-2006
      Exemplary action will be taken against terrorists President addresses massive gathering at the PML Convention at Lahore Prime Minister expresses resolve to bring prosperity PML has become popular political force: Shujaat Faisal Ghumman/ Agencies Lahore—President Gen Pervez Musharraf on Thursday warned extremist element >>>


      QAZI SAYS MMA TO LAUNCH POWERFUL MOVEMENT
      Pakistan Observer, 24-03-2006
      Tahir Rashid Rawalpindi—MMA held a public meeting at Liaquat Bagh. Government had made security arrangements to avoid any untoward incident or disruption of law and order situation in Rawalpindi city.

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      &#8216;INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGAINST TERRORISM A MUST&#8217;
      24-03-2006
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      CHIEF OF STAFF CALLS FOR COLLECTIVE STANCE AGAINST TERRORISM
      24-03-2006
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      COURT SAYS ERDOĐAN SHOULD GET USED TO CRITICISM
      24-03-2006
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      DEMOLITION LEADS TO CLASHES IN ISTANBUL
      24-03-2006
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      DOMESTIC NEWSLINE
      24-03-2006
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      ERDEMLI MAYOR: KÝZKALESI SHOULD BE TRANSFORMED INTO CASINO
      24-03-2006
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      LOCAL POLICE DEPUTY CHIEF FILES SUIT FOR DAMAGES
      24-03-2006
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      TURKISH AND AMERICAN DRUG FIRMS TO TEST INTERFERON AGAINST BEH'';ET‘S DISEASE
      24-03-2006
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      ADVERTISERS BELIEVE THEIR TV COMMERCIALS ARE LESS EFFECTIVE
      24-03-2006
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      BRITAIN PUTS CHAMPAGNE TAX ON ICE FOR WORLD CUP
      24-03-2006
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      CHINA ACCUSES US OF UNDERMINING WORLD TRADE
      24-03-2006
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      FINANCELINE
      24-03-2006
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      FORMER CHIEFS OF MONEY PREFER INTERVENTION TO EXCHANGE RATES
      24-03-2006
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      GOVERMENT TRIES TO SILENCE TOURISM JOURNALISTS
      24-03-2006
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      LOWER LOSSES SEEN FOR AIRLINES IN 2006
      24-03-2006
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      POOR FAIL TO BENEFIT FROM WORLD BANK‘S $38 BLN IN TRADE AID
      24-03-2006
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      QATAR LAUNCHES $2.6 BILLION ENERGY CITY
      24-03-2006
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      SENER REBUFFS IMF OVER PUBLIC PAY RISE
      24-03-2006
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      ‘GÜLDENCAZ‘ MAKES ANKARA DEBUT AT MARTFEST ODTÜ
      24-03-2006
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      ‘STAR WARS‘ FILM LEGEND LUCAS WANTS MORE WORLDLY HOLLYWOOD
      24-03-2006
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      COYOTE LEADS POLICE ON CHASE THROUGH CENTRAL PARK
      24-03-2006
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      ERNST BARLACH&#8217;S WORKS ON DISPLAY IN ISTANBUL
      24-03-2006
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      INDIAN MATH GENIUS WHO INSPIRED A NATION SET TO HAVE MOVIE TRIBUTE
      24-03-2006
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      ISTANBUL STATE OPERA AND BALLET TO STAGE ‘OTHELLO‘
      24-03-2006
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      JOSH HARTNETT, SAMUEL L. JACKSON TO CO–STAR IN NEW MOVIE
      24-03-2006
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      OLDER WOMEN MOST SUCCESSFUL AT QUITTING SMOKING
      24-03-2006
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      OLDEST WOODEN STATUES FOUND IN EGYPT
      24-03-2006
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