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      ZETSCHE KÜNDIGT GEWINNSTEIGERUNG AN
      Die Welt, 12-04-2006
      Berlin (dpa) – Der neue DaimlerChrysler–Chef Dieter Zetsche hat auf seiner ersten Hauptversammlung unter dem Beifall der Aktionäre mehr Gewinn beim Autokonzern in Aussicht gestellt. Gleichzeitig kündigte er in Berlin den weiteren Umbau des Autokonzerns an: Die Beteiligung am europäischen Luft >>>


      ZWEI PROZENT WOLLEN WM–TICKET WIEDER LOS WERDEN
      Die Welt, 12-04-2006
      Frankfurt/Main (dpa) – Lediglich rund zwei Prozent der WM–Ticket Inhaber wollen ihre Karten wieder los werden. Das gab das Organisationskomitee bekannt. Demnach liegen nach der zu Ende gegangenen ersten Phase des offiziellen Ticket–Portals knapp 53 000 Anträge auf Übertragungen vor sowie fas >>>


      ÜBER GESUNDHEITSREFORM NOCH NICHT ENTSCHIEDEN
      Die Welt, 12-04-2006
      Berlin (dpa) – Im Ringen um die Gesundheitsreform haben sich die Koalitionsspitzen nach Angaben eines Regierungssprechers noch nicht auf ein Konzept geeinigt. Entsprechend äußerte sich Vize– Regierungssprecher Thomas Steg in Berlin im Hinblick auf ein Interview des Unionsfraktionschefs Volker Kaud >>>


      «BOSS DER BOSSE» IN DER EINZELZELLE
      Die Welt, 12-04-2006
      Rom (dpa) – Einen Tag nach der Festnahme des Mafia–Bosses Bernardo Provenzano auf Sizilien ist der berüchtigte Pate in ein Gefängnis in Mittelitalien gebracht worden. Provenzano sitze in der umbrischen Stadt Terni in einer Einzelzelle. Er werde rund um die Uhr durch Videokameras und Beamte üb >>>


      «BOSS DER BOSSE» PROVENZANO GEFASST
      Die Welt, 12-04-2006
      Von Carola Frentzen, dpa Großansicht Rom (dpa) – Nach über 40 Jahren ist der meistgesuchte italienische Mafiaboss Bernardo Provenzano am Dienstag der Polizei ins Netz gegangen.

Das italienische Fernsehen zeigte Bilder von bis zur Unkenntlichkeit mit Mützen vermummten Spezialeinheiten, die >>>


      THE LESSONS THAT BRITAIN MUST LEARN
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Paralysis in Italy. A humiliating climbdown in France. Only faltering attempts at reform in high–unemployment Germany. What price now the European dream, when founder members of the EU are in such a parlous state?

However welcome it may be to see the back of sleazy Silvio Berlusconi in Italy >>>


      &#163;113M WORTH OF BIKES STOLEN EVERY YEAR
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Bicycle theft has increased by nearly 10 per cent since 2001, with thieves now riding off with 113 million worth of bikes a year, it was revealed today.

Around half a million bicycles are stolen annually in the UK, figures from Halifax General Insurance showed.

The company said Kingston u >>>


      &#163;40M FUNDING FOR EIGHT CHARITIES
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?The Government has announced 40 million in funding for eight organisations trying to reduce poverty in the developing world.

World Vision, Plan UK, the International Institute for Environment and Development, Transparency International, One World Action, the Aga Khan Foundation, Islamic Relief and >>>


      AIRPORT CLOSED AFTER SECURITY ALERT
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?A police operation has been launched after a plane was diverted to Glasgow Prestwick Airport following a security alert.

The airport, which is around 30 miles from Glasgow, was closed. It is understood that a Ryanair plane travelling from Paris to Dublin had to be diverted to Prestwick. A spokesman >>>


      APPEAL RULING DUE IN HERCEPTIN CASE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Cancer victim Ann Marie Rogers will learn the outcome of her appeal against a refusal by a local NHS trust to fund her treatment with the drug Herceptin The 54–year–old mother of three has likened the stand taken by Swindon Primary Care Trust (PCT) to "a death sentence".

She w >>>


      AVERAGE PENSIONER ON &#163;300 A WEEK
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?The average weekly income for a pensioner has soared from 47 a week in 1'7' to just over 300 in 2004, new figures have showed.

After stripping out the affects of inflation the average pensioner is '7% better off than their 1'7' counterparts, according to financial services group >>>


      BERLUSCONI REFUSES TO BUDGE OVER PRODI VICTORY
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Silvio Berlusconi refused to concede defeat in the Italian general election last night, demanding a recount and throwing the country into political chaos.

The prime minister rejected Romano Prodi‘s claim to victory – which was backed by Interior Ministry figures – and alleged wid >>>


      BLAIR HOSTS NHS CASH CRISIS TALKS
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Prime Minister Tony Blair and Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt are holding a meeting to discuss the financial crisis in the NHS.

Chief executives of primary care trusts and health authorities have been invited to the conference to discuss debts estimated to top 623 million.

On the agenda >>>


      BLAZE AT OLD TRAFFORD
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Firefighters tackled a blaze which broke out at Manchester United‘s Old Trafford football ground today, the Fire Service said.

It started shortly before noon at the rear terrace on the seventh floor of the stadium where construction work was being carried out.

The flames were put ou >>>


      BLUES TRIO HEAD NOMINEES
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Barclays Premiership leaders Chelsea dominate the nominations for the 2006 Professional Footballers‘ Association Footballer of the Year Award.

The PFA‘s 33rd annual awards dinner, to be held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, will take place on Sunday, April 23, with the six nomine >>>


      BOY DIES, SISTER MISSING IN BLAZE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?An eight–year–old boy died in a house blaze and his three–year–old sister is "unaccounted for".

The girl is believed to have been trapped in the blazing building in the village of Chislet, near Herne Bay, Kent, the county‘s Fire and Rescue Service said.
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      BRITNEY‘S BABY IN HOSPITAL SCARE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Britney Spears‘ baby son was rushed to hospital after suffering a fractured skull, it was claimed last night.

Sean Preston, aged seven months, reportedly fell from his high chair and suffered a bad head injury.

US magazine Star said the child was rushed to a hospital near their home >>>


      CANCER WOMAN HAILS APPEAL VICTORY
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Cancer victim Ann Marie Rogers, who won a landmark legal victory over the funding of the drug Herceptin, said the "humanitarian" ruling had given her back her future.

The delighted mother–of–three declared in an emotional statement outside London‘s Law Courts: "I fe >>>


      CHANTELLE TO MARRY PRESTON
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Celebrity Big Brother winner Chantelle Houghton has announced her engagement to fellow housemate Preston.

The couple met during the Channel 4 series in January when Essex model Chantelle was planted as a "fake celebrity" and told to convince the other housemates – including Ordinar >>>


      CHELSEA TRIO HEAD AWARD NOMINEES
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Barclays Premiership leaders Chelsea dominate the nominations for the 2006 Professional Footballers‘ Association Footballer of the Year Award.

The PFA‘s 33rd annual awards dinner, to be held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, will take place on Sunday, April 23, with the six nomin >>>


      CHILDREN DIE IN COTTAGE BLAZE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?An eight–year–old boy and his three–year–old sister have died in a house blaze, the fire brigade confirmed.

Jason and Louisa Jarvis are thought to have been trapped in a first–floor bedroom of the burning building in the sprawling village of Chislet, near Herne Bay, Ke >>>


      CLARKE LOSES GUANTANAMO APPEAL CASE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Home Secretary Charles Clarke has lost a court battle to strip a 30–year–old terror suspect held at Guantanamo Bay of his right to British citizenship.

A solicitor acting for David Hicks, a 31–year–old Muslim convert from Australia who was captured in Afghanistan, said Briti >>>


      DOC CLEARED OF NEWBORN BABY‘S MANSLAUGHTER
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? A doctor was today cleared of the manslaughter of a baby who died of head injuries eight hours after being born.

Dr Mohie El–Khadem was led sobbing from the courtroom at Birmingham Crown Court by a member of his legal team after a jury cleared him of killing Olivia Rowlings following a two&n >>>


      DOZEN CHOSEN TO DELIVER 2012 VENUES
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?The 12 people given the task of ensuring the venues for the London 2012 Olympics are completed on time and on budget have been appointed to the board of the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA).

The appointments were announced by Olympics minister Tessa Jowell and the new members will join chairman Jac >>>


      EMINEM‘S BEST MAN SHOT DEAD
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Rapper Proof – a close friend of Eminem – has been shot dead outside a nightclub in Detroit.

The 32–year–old, who was a member of the group D12, was gunned down after an argument at the Triple–C club on the city‘s famous 8 Mile Road.

A spokesman for D12 >>>


      ENGLAND DEFY HEAT TO WIN
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Captain Andrew Strauss battled a severe bout of cramp to help England to a five–wicket victory over India in sweltering conditions in the sixth one–day international at Jamshedpur.

Strauss, leading his country for the first time in the penultimate match of the series, retired hurt havin >>>


      EXCESSIVE ROAD SIGNS BRANDED WASTE OF MONEY
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Angry villagers have attacked a council after more than 100 road signs were erected along a one–mile stretch of road.

Locals have branded the signs, warning motorists of a newly–built cycle path in Bingham, Notts., a waste of money and have called for the "blue forest" to be >>>


      FREDDIE SCOOPS ANOTHER AWARD
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Andrew Flintoff has beaten his great Ashes rival Shane Warne to the Wisden accolade of Leading Cricketer of the World for 2005.

Flintoff, already last year‘s BBC Sports Personality of the Year and an MBE in the New Year‘s Honours List, can add Wisden‘s award to his collection in r >>>


      HAPPY AS HARRY AS PRINCE BECOMES OFFICER
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Prince Harry marched in front of the Queen today at his passing out ceremony at Sandhurst.

As he commissioned as an officer in the Army, the 21–year–old third in line to throne took part in the military college‘s historic Sovereign‘s Parade.

See pictures of Harry&l >>>


      HARRY GOES GREAT GUNS
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Crouching in the grass, rifle at the ready, his face daubed with camouflage paint, Prince Harry looks the epitome of Army resilience.

But in 12 months of the toughest physical training, there must have been moments when he wondered if it was all worth it.

Tonight it will be. With girlfrie >>>


      HERCEPTIN WOMAN: I‘VE JUST GOT MY FUTURE BACK
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Breast cancer sufferer Ann Marie Rogers has won her court battle to be treated with the wonder drug Herceptin.

Outside the court, a delighted Miss Rogers thanked her friends and family for their support and said: "I‘ve just got my future back. I can start living again.

"I >>>


      ITALY FUTURE UNCERTAIN AFTER POLL
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Political uncertainty has loomed over Italy after one of the country‘s closest elections.

Centre–left leader Romano Prodi emerged the winner by a razor–thin margin, but Premier Silvio Berlusconi refused to concede defeat and demanded a recount, alleging irregularities.

&q >>>


      JOBLESS CLAIMS AT THREE–YEAR HIGH
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?The number of people claiming unemployment benefit has risen to a fresh three–year high, official figures showed.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the so–called claimant count rose by 12,600 last month to '37,600 – its highest level since July 2003.

It fo >>>


      KYLIE‘S HOPES TO HEADLINE GLASTONBURY
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Pop queen Kylie Minogue hopes to play at Glastonbury next year, festival organiser Michael Eavis revealed.

The pop star, who pulled out of last year‘s event following her shock cancer diagnosis, would like to headline the next festival.

Since being forced to abandon her Showgirl tou >>>


      LITTLE GIRL COULD DIE IF SHE MISSES JUST ONE MEAL
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Kira Hurst‘s parents have a life and death reason to make sure she gets a regular three meals a day.

The four–year–old has a rare genetic disorder which means she could die in agony if she goes without food for ten hours.

The condition, MCADD, means her body lacks an enz >>>


      LOTTO RAPIST VICTIM LOSES COMPENSATION BATTLE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? A victim of Lotto rapist Iorworth Hoare today lost her appeal against a court‘s refusal to allow her to claim damages against her attacker.

The 77–year–old former teacher, Mrs A, sought compensation for the psychiatric injury she suffered in the wake of the "violent and disg >>>


      MAN IN COURT OVER &#163;53M DEPOT HEIST
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Detectives investigating the 53 million Securitas raid have charged a 27–year–old man with conspiracy to commit robbery, Kent Police said.

Ermir Hysenaj, 27, of New Road, Crowborough, East Sussex, will appear at Maidstone Magistrates Court.

He was one of two people arrested by >>>


      MILLWARD IS SACKED
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Wigan have sacked head coach Ian Millward after a disastrous run of results.

The Warriors are bottom of the engage Super League after losing seven of their opening eight games. Millward only took charge at the JJB Stadium last May after parting company with St Helens.

Millward, 45, had ins >>>


      MING ‘NOT BRILLIANT‘ AT QUESTIONS
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Sir Menzies Campbell, the new Liberal Democrat leader, is not "performing absolutely brilliantly" in his question time exchanges with the Prime Minister in the Commons, according to one of his most senior colleagues.

But Baroness (Shirley) Williams, the party‘s former leader in the >>>


      NHS FACES CHALLENGING TIMES – BLAIR
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Prime Minister Tony Blair stood firm on NHS reforms but admitted the service faced "challenging" times ahead.

He insisted the Government should push on with reforms because they provided the "best chance" of improving the NHS.

Mr Blair was speaking at a Downing Street s >>>


      O‘NEILL LEADS THE RUNNING FOR ENGLAND
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Martin O‘Neill leads the way for the England job after the FA‘s extraordinary cloak–and–dagger operation to interview the leading candidates.

The FA‘s chief executive Brian Barwick has spent the past 48 hours holding detailed discussions with the leading contenders at >>>


      OPERATORS TO REVEAL NEW–LOOK DOME
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?The new operators of the ill–fated Millennium Dome will show how the inside of the giant Greenwich structure is taking new shape ahead of its re–opening next year.

AEG Europe, part of America‘s giant Anschutz Corporation, is turning the Dome in south London into a 23,000–cap >>>


      PENSION ROW: CALL TO SUSPEND ACTION
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Council workers leaders have called for the suspension of further industrial action in their bitter dispute over pensions.

In a statement, unions representing local authority workers said that they had agreed a framework for negotiations with employers.

More than one million staff walked o >>>


      POISON WARNING OVER APRICOT SEEDS
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Apricot seeds which are sold for their health benefits could be poisonous if eaten in large quantities, the Food Standards Agency said today.

They can produce cyanide and could be fatal in high doses over a short period of time, the Government‘s food watchdog warned.

A maximum of tw >>>


      POLICE CHIEFS REBEL OVER FORCE MERGERS
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Charles Clarke came under blistering attack from chief constables yesterday as he bulldozed through plans for giant police ‘super forces‘.

The Home Secretary was accused of trampling over local concerns in a bid to centralise power in Whitehall.

The attacks came as Mr Clarke a >>>


      PRESCOTT: BRANDO COULD HAVE PLAYED ME IN MOVIE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? John Prescott may not usually be associated with the world of Hollywood glamour, but the Deputy Prime Minister revealed today that if there was a film of his life story he would have liked Marlon Brando to play the lead.

In an interview with Radio 1' in Bristol, Mr Prescott said that he identi >>>


      PROBE INTO QUEEN‘S FLIGHT USE URGED
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Ministers have been urged to outline the reasons for hundreds of journeys on the Queen‘s Flight, which they have been accused of treating like a "private taxi service".

Prime Minister Tony Blair has used the RAF aircraft more than 670 times since 1''7 – including trip >>>


      PUPILS ‘ROBBED OF THEIR CHILDHOOD‘
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Teachers yesterday attacked the rampant consumerism which is ‘robbing youngsters of their childhood‘.

They said young girls are being urged to believe it is no longer ‘cool‘ to be a child and they should aspire to wear ‘sexy‘ underwear and expensive trainers ins >>>


      ROONEY WINS DAMAGES OVER SLAP CLAIM
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Manchester United and England footballer Wayne Rooney has accepted 100,000 damages from the publishers of The Sun and The News of the World after the newspapers falsely alleged that he slapped his fiance Coleen McLoughlin.

The 20–year–old star and Miss McLouglin had always strenuously d >>>


      ROYALS SEE PRINCE HARRY PASSING OUT
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Prince Harry marched in front of the Queen at his passing out ceremony at Sandhurst.

As he was commissioned as an officer in the Army, the 21–year–old third in line to throne took part in the military college‘s historic Sovereign‘s Parade.

He was also watched by his >>>


      ROYALS TO SEE PRINCE HARRY GRADUATE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Prince Harry is due to graduate from Sandhurst as a commissioned officer in the Army.

The 21–year–old third in line to the throne will be watched by his grandparents the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, his father the Prince of Wales, stepmother the Duchess of Cornwall and brother Princ >>>


      SALT DEATH COUPLE FACE RETRIAL
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?A couple jailed for the "salt overdose" killing of a three–year–old boy whom they planned to adopt had their convictions quashed by the Court of Appeal – but must now face a retrial.

The court held that, if the jury at the original trial of Ian and Angela Gay had heard f >>>


      SALT DEATH COUPLE FACE RETRIAL AFTER APPEAL WIN
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?A couple jailed for the "salt overdose" killing of a three–year–old boy they had planned to adopt won their appeals against conviction today.

Lawyers for Ian and Angela Gay had asked the Court of Appeal in London to accept evidence that toddler Christian Blewitt could have die >>>


      STRAUSS STARS AS ENGLAND SALVAGE PRIDE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? ENGLAND WIN BY FIVE WICKETS England 227–5 from 42.4 overs India 223 all out Captain Andrew Strauss battled a severe bout of cramp to help England to a five–wicket victory over India in sweltering conditions in the sixth one–day international at Jamshedpur.

Strauss, leading his co >>>


      TAKING THE MICK
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? This week‘s caption competition features the banter between American Phil Mickelson as he gets a ride in a golf cart driven by Billy Payne, an Augusta National Golf Club member, after winning the 2006 Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia.

Mickelson is wearing the winner‘s green >>>


      TAYLOR DAMPENS ROONEY EXPECTATION
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Players‘ chief Gordon Taylor firmly believes Wayne Rooney has the world at his feet – but has warned against placing too much expectation on the young England striker.

The 20–year–old Manchester United forward has been nominated for both Professional Footballers‘ Assoc >>>


      TERROR SUSPECT WINS RIGHTS BATTLE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?The first British citizen to have a control order imposed on him as a terror suspect by the Home Secretary has won a High Court declaration that the Government‘s anti–terror laws are "incompatible" with human rights laws because they have denied him a right to a fair hearing.

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      UK BIRD FLU TESTS ‘MAY BE FLAWED‘
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Bird flu tests carried out by Government scientists could be flawed, an expert has warned.

The leading scientist said cases of avian influenza may be going undetected because of the way samples were collected and stored.

Concerns were raised by researchers abroad who have questioned the co >>>


      UK HIKER FOUND DEAD IN NEW ZEALAND
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?The body of a British hiker has been discovered in the New Zealand bush.

Robert Atkin, 26, was reported missing seven days ago after he failed to return from a hike in the Kaueranga Valley near the town of Thames on North Island.

A search team found Mr Atkin‘s body in an area of dens >>>


      WARDS WHERE DYING OAPS ARE DENIED BEST CARE
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Thousands of elderly people are being denied a dignified death because of the pressures facing hospital staff, a survey has found.

A lack of training for nurses, combined with a failure to follow procedures, means many do not receive the care and comfort they deserve at the end of their life.
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      WIFE BEATERS WHO SAY SORRY WILL ESCAPE JAIL
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Men who beat their partners should be able to escape prison if they show ‘genuine remorse‘, the controversial Sentencing Guidelines Council said last night.

The council, which issues directions to all judges in England and Wales, wants some attackers who say sorry to be given a communi >>>


      ARIEL SHARON ‘PERMANENTLY INCAPACITATED‘
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS? Ariel Sharon has been declared permanently incapacitated by Israeli Cabinet. The Israeli Prime Minister, who has been in a coma for three months, underwent a CT scan to determine the outcome of surgery on his skull last week.

More to follow... Enjoy our blogs Editor‘s blog Peter Hitchens Sho >>>


      JUDGE CHARGES 2' PEOPLE OVER MADRID BOMBINGS
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?A Spanish judge has indicted 2' people over the Madrid terror attacks of 2004.

Some 116 people have been named as suspects in the March 2004 attacks, in which bombs packed in sports bags exploded on four crowded commuter trains. Twenty–five people are already behind bars.

The cas >>>


      MAFIA ‘BOSS OF BOSSES‘ ARRESTED AT LAST
      The Daily Mail, 12-04-2006
      What is RSS?Bernardo Provenzano, the undisputed chief of the Sicilian Mafia who had been on the run for more than four decades, has been arrested while hiding in a farmhouse near Corleone in Sicily.

"Thank God. The hunt is finally over," said Palermo police chief Giuseppe Caruso after agents seized I >>>


      ACTIVISTS URGE INDIA TO ADOPT REFUGEE LAW
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor JODHPUR, INDIA Darkness envelopes the refugee colony of Ramdev Nagar as night falls. There‘s no electricity here, despite being on the fringes of the large Indian city of Jodhpur. A flickering paraffin lamp reveals scrawny children and faces hungry with want.
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      AN ITALIAN PAINTER‘S IMPACT ON BRITISH ARTISTS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Giorgio Morandi‘s immediate influence on contemporary artists is apparent – and not so apparent. By Christopher Andreae It is a simple fact that artists influence artists. But an artist overwhelmed by another‘s influence is far less interesting than one who makes use of the first artist‘s influe >>>


      AUSTRALIA, INDONESIA IN ROW OVER PAPUAN REFUGEES
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
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      BACKSTORY: A TEEN HIJABI
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Contributor to The Christian Science Monitor TAUNTON, MASS.

The dinner rush is on at the Silver City Galleria food court. Behind the counter of Brigham‘s Grille, 16–year–old Sarah Ismail takes rapid–fire orders. "Fries with that? For here or to go?" Customers pay, reach for n >>>


      BRITISH ATTORNEY GENERAL ASKED TO ACT ON MEN SHOT IN GAZA
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
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      BUSH HAD GOOD REASON TO BELIEVE THERE WERE WMD IN IRAQ
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Bush may have been misled by the information he had, but he did not lie. By John Hughes SALT LAKE CITY Among the allegations leveled at President Bush by his critics, probably the most serious is that he took the United States to war in Iraq on false pretenses. He told the American people that Saddam Hussein had a coll >>>


      CONFUSION REMAINS AS DRUG–PLAN DEADLINE NEARS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor More than three months after the launch of one of America‘s biggest social welfare programs since the 1'60s, nearly everyone agrees that takeoff has been less than silky smooth.

The new Medicare drug benefit has been criticized as unnecessarily complex a >>>


      DIVORCE‘S SHADOW: WHEN OLDER PARENTS NEED HELP
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor When Linda Rhodes‘s parents divorced nearly 30 years ago, she knew the family was forever altered. But what she couldn‘t imagine then was the far–flung responsibility she would shoulder in helping her parents in their later years in separate locations. Sh >>>


      DOWNLOAD A TOUR, THEN TOUR DOWNTOWN
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Contributor to The Christian Science Monitor Tourism is getting a digital redesign. Many young travelers are tired of the cheesy guided walks and the slow, sometimes pretentious audio tours that have become the staples of urban tourism.

So instead, many Gen–Xers, interested in history but used to the Hi >>>


      FELONY THREAT ROUSES IMMIGRANTS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor WASHINGTON As Amilear Aleman waited 45 minutes in a sea of white T–shirts to ride the subway to Monday‘s immigration rally at the Mall, he had one word in mind: felony.

Impacts of immigration reform Stories 04/12/06 Felony threat rouses immigrants 04/1 >>>


      FOR PROSECUTOR, DUKE U. RAPE CASE IS NOW MORE PROBLEMATIC
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor ATLANTA Lack of DNA evidence in an alleged rape by members of the Duke University lacrosse team may alter the prosecution‘s options, legal analysts say.

In the MonitorWednesday, 04/12/06 Felony threat rouses immigrants Palestinians feel pinch Is Iran next? T >>>


      GUARD RECRUITERS TRY REALISM AND SUCCEED
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      In fact, things began turning around last June. And by the end of February, which marked the first five months of the fiscal year, the Army National Guard had already achieved more than half of its recruiting goal.

While other states are doing well, Texas is having an exceptional year. In the first five months >>>


      IF SOMEONE DISAPPEARS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      A Christian Science perspective on daily life We are not weaponless. I remind myself of this each time a new headline screams of a missing child or young adult. Innocent children, loving parents, caring citizens, are not without resources.

They are not without powerfully effective armament that can be brought >>>


      IS IRAN NEXT? THE CALCULUS OF MILITARY STRIKE.
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor WASHINGTON Time and again this week, President Bush and his team reiterated their position on Iran‘s nuclear program: America wants a diplomatic solution, and any suggestion it is moving toward an inevitable strike on Iran is "wild speculation." At the same >>>


      JAILED PRIEST PUSHES FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Jovan Vraniskovski has been in and out of prison since he broke with Macedonia‘s dominant church.

By Beth Kampschror SKOPJE, MACEDONIA With shades drawn and candles burning, a small band of Serbian Orthodox followers meets here every Sunday morning in a little fourth–floor apartment for a semisecre >>>


      KEEP THE PEACE OR SEEK SWIFT JUSTICE?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      A too quick trial for Charles Taylor could trigger more violence in Liberia. By Ibrahim A. Gambari NEW YORK The sight last week of former Liberian warlord Charles Taylor, handcuffed at a war–crimes court backed by the United Nations, has sent a powerful message around the world that tyrants and despots are not be >>>


      KIDS IN THE KITCHEN: READY, SET, COOK!
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      By Steven Ellis Are you ready to cook? So is Katie Wilton. She‘s the author of "You‘re the Cook: a guide to mixing it up in the kitchen" ($13.'5, www.cookingwith katie.com). It‘s a cookbook for kids ' and older who want to help Mom and Dad prepare meals or nutritious snacks.

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      PALESTINIANS FEEL PINCH
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor RAMALLAH, WEST BANK Every month, Fatma Nofal cashed a $500 check from a brother who works abroad to support their family here. But on Monday the debit note from the US‘s Chevy Chase Bank was rejected.

"This is the first time that I‘ve gotten that >>>


      REPORTERS ON THE JOB
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Crossing Over: A few months after the Palestinian intifada – or uprising – began in 2000, Israeli soldiers set up a temporary checkpoint on the main road between the West Bank city of Ramallah and Jerusalem.

In the MonitorWednesday, 04/12/06 Felony threat rouses immigrants Palestinians feel pinch I >>>


      SHARON‘S LEGACY OF CONTROVERSY
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor JERUSALEM Israel‘s cabinet declared Tuesday that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was "permanently incapacitated" by a stroke that effectively ended his lifetime in the public eye – one that historians are likely to find hard to categorize.

The ta >>>


      TAX DAY LOOMS, AS DOES FINANCIAL ILLITERACY
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      The Monitor‘s View What came over Congress when it designated each April, starting this year, to be "financial literacy month"? Just figuring out one‘s taxes in April is reminder alone of how everyday money matters can make one feel so ...

financially illiterate. In the MonitorWednesday, >>>


      THE SHAPE OF CASTS TO COME
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      By Ruth Walker We are at the point in our spring in Boston (never mind our snow showers the other day) when the leaves are just barely starting to come out. Rather than appearing as individual leaves, the new growth just tends to give the structure of bare branches and twigs a greenish cast against the sky.

Li >>>


      TWO COMPUTERS IN ONE: PUT A PC IN YOUR MAC
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      By Tom Regan My name, Tom, means "twin." I have Canadian and American citizenship. And I‘m bilingual – French and English.

You can see that I like being able to do two things at once. So when I heard last week that Apple had released a program called Boot Camp that allows you to run Micro >>>


      WHEN NEWS WAS SUNG OR STUCK TO A WALL
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      csmonitor.com HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA As you read these words, you‘re making use of one of the most modern media capable of communicating news and current events – and chances are that you also gather information on a daily basis from various combinations of other methods such as print (magazines, newspapers >>>


      YOUNG VOTERS BEAT A PATH TOWARD A POLITICS OF MORALS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 12-04-2006
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor They‘re part of the biggest generation to come along since the baby boomers.

In sheer numbers, more of them voted in the last presidential election than any group of 18– to 24–year–olds since 1'72.

And if politicians want to re >>>


      ATTENTAT Ŕ LA BOMBE CONTRE DES POLICIERS Ŕ BAGDAD, QUATRE MORTS
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      mercredi 12 avril 2006 (Reuters – 0':5') BAGDAD – L‘explosion d‘une bombe au passage d‘une patrouille irakienne a entraîné la mort de trois civils et d‘un policier mercredi ŕ Bagdad, annonce la police.

L‘attentat, survenu dans le quartier de Ouaz >>>


      BRČVE AUDIENCE DANS LE PROCČS DE SADDAM, AJOURNEMENT AU 17 AVRIL
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      mercredi 12 avril 2006 (Reuters – 10:15) BAGDAD – Le proc';s de l‘ancien dirigeant irakien Saddam Hussein a repris pendant quelques minutes avant d‘ętre ajourné au 17 avril.

Aucun des accusés n‘était présent. Le juge a expliqué que cette audie >>>


      INCERTITUDE EN ITALIE APRČS L‘ÉTROITE VICTOIRE DE ROMANO PRODI
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      mercredi 12 avril 2006 (Reuters – 15:42) par Silvia Aloisi ROME – Apr';s la victoire du centre gauche aux élections législatives, l‘Italie est entrée dans une période d‘incertitude politique qui pourrait donner au sortant, Silvio Berlusconi, l‘occasion de jouer >>>


      KARACHI SOUS TENSION APRČS L‘ATTENTAT DE MARDI
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      mercredi 12 avril 2006 (Reuters – 15:32) par Faisal Aziz KARACHI – La police et l‘armée pakistanaises patrouillaient mercredi dans les rues de Karachi pour prévenir tout débordement de violence au lendemain d‘un attentat suicide contre un rassemblement de sunnites qui a fait une c >>>


      LA CHUTE DE PROVENZANO NE SIGNE PAS LA MORT DE COSA NOSTRA
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      mercredi 12 avril 2006 (Reuters – 17:42) par Philip Pullella ROME – La chute de Bernardo Provenzano, le parrain sicilien, au terme de 43 ans de cavale ne porte pas un coup mortel ŕ Cosa Nostra mais risque de déclencher une guerre de succession sanglante, ŕ moins que ses héritiers putatif >>>


      LE PARQUET MONTRE DES PHOTOS DE VICTIMES AU PROCČS DE MOUSSAOUI
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      mercredi 12 avril 2006 (Reuters – 10:16) WASHINGTON – Le parquet fédéral a montré mardi au jury du proc';s de Zacharias Moussaoui des photos des corps carbonisés de personnes tuées au Pentagone lors des attentats du 11 septembre 2001.

Certaines personnes ont manifes >>>


      LES CINQ MEMBRES PERMANENTS DE L‘ONU STIGMATISENT L‘IRAN
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      mercredi 12 avril 2006 (Reuters – 1':05) TEHERAN – Les cinq membres permanents du Conseil de sécurité déplorent l‘intrusion cavali';re de l‘Iran dans le club des puissances nucléaires, annoncée la veille par le président Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, tout en assu >>>


      LEVÉE DE BOUCLIERS DANS LE MONDE SUR LE NUCLÉAIRE IRANIEN
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      mercredi 12 avril 2006 (Reuters – 16:54) TEHERAN – La Russie, l‘Union européenne et les Etats–Unis ont unanimement condamné la déclaration de Téhéran affirmant avoir produit de l‘uranium enrichi mais privilégient encore une solution diplomatique au conflit.
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      VERS UN SECOND TOUR ENTRE OLLANTA HUMALA ET ALAN GARCIA AU PÉROU
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      mercredi 12 avril 2006 (Reuters – 17:31) LIMA, Pérou – Apr';s dépouillement de 87% des suffrages, l‘ancien président péruvien Alan Garcia demeurait mercredi ŕ la deuxi';me place du premier tour de la présidentielle, synonyme de qualification pour le second >>>


      DÉBUT D‘EXAMEN DU TEXTE DE LOI UMP REMPLA'';ANT LE CPE MARDI SOIR
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      PARIS – La proposition de loi UMP qui remplace le CPE et prévoit un nouveau dispositif d‘aide ŕ l‘insertion professionnelle des jeunes en difficulté sera débattue en séance publique par les députés mardi soir.

La séance de nuit commencera exceptionnelle >>>


      L‘ASSEMBLÉE EXAMINE LA PROPOSITION DE LOI UMP REMPLA'';ANT LE CPE
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      PARIS – Les députés ont engagé mardi soir l‘examen de la proposition de loi UMP sur "l‘acc';s des jeunes ŕ la vie active en entreprise" qui remplace le contrat premi';re embauche (CPE).

Cette proposition de loi, déposée lundi par le grou >>>



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