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      UNWETTER ÜBER NORDRHEIN–WESTFALEN
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Düsseldorf (dpa) – Schwere Gewitter mit Orkanböen haben in Nordrhein–Westfalen für zahlreiche Sachschäden und Verkehrsbehinderungen auf Straßen und im Bahnverkehr gesorgt. Bei mehreren Unfällen wurden zwei Menschen leicht verletzt. Vor allem umgeknickte Bäume, abgerissene >>>


      US–BÖRSEN SCHLIEßEN MIT DURCHG'6;NGIG HÖHEREN KURSE
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      New York (dpa) – Die US–Börsen haben sich nach den jüngsten Kursverlusten etwas erholt. Der Leitindex Dow Jones gewann zum Handelsende 0,14 Prozent auf 11144,06 Punkte. Der Euro ist durch die Erwartung höherer US–Zinsen belastet worden und hat gegenüber dem Dollar wieder deutlich v >>>


      VER.DI–TARIFKOMMISSION BILLIGT TARIFKOMPROMISS
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Potsdam (dpa) – Die ver.di–Tarifkommission hat den Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder gebilligt. Auch die Tarifkommission des Beamtenbundes stimmte zu. Die Gewerkschaften hatten gestern mit den Ländern einen Kompromiss gefunden. Damit wird der für Kommunen und Bund >>>


      VER.DI UND MARBURGER BUND ENTSCHEIDEN ÜBER TARIFKOMPROMISS
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Großansicht Potsdam/Magdeburg (dpa) – Die Tarifkommission der Gewerkschaft ver.di befasst sich heute mit dem am Vortag zu Stande gekommenen Tarifkompromiss für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder. Dabei wird mit klarer Zustimmung sowohl in dem ver.di–Gremium als auch bei den Urabstimmunge >>>


      VIETNAM BEFÜRCHTET DAS SCHLIMMSTE FÜR 200 VERMISSTE FISCHER
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Hanoi (dpa) – Die Fischereiflotte von Vietnam hat die Suche nach Überlebenden des Taifuns «Chanchu» fortgesetzt. Allerdings wird befürchtet, dass mehr als 200 Fischer ertrunken sind. Nach offiziellen Angaben hat der Wirbelsturm rund um das Südchinesische Meer mindestens 85 Menschen das Leben gekost >>>


      WELCHER VERTRAG GILT BEI «TARIFKONKURRENZ»?
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Berlin (dpa) – Die '6;rztegewerkschaft Marburger Bund (MB) will den in Potsdam mit der Tarifgemeinschaft deutscher Länder (TdL) geschlossenen Tarifvertrag nicht anerkennen. Gewerkschaften und TdL haben darin auch Vereinbarungen für die '6;rzte an Landeskrankenhäusern getroffen und beh >>>


      WELTMEISTER TSCHECHIEN ERNEUT IM ENDSPIEL DER EISHOCKEY–WM
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Riga (dpa) – Titelverteidiger Tschechien steht entgegen allen Erwartungen erneut im Endspiel der Eishockey–Weltmeisterschaft. Der Olympia–Dritte erreichte in Riga durch einen 3:1–Erfolg über den Olympia–Zweiten Finnland als erste Mannschaft das Finale. Gegner ist morgen entweder Olymp >>>


      WISSENSCHAFTLER FINDEN «ZWEITEN» AYERS ROCK IM OZEAN
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Sydney (dpa) – Ozeanographen haben vor der Südwestküste Australiens unter Wasser einen Berg ähnlich dem berühmten Ayers Rock entdeckt. Wie Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi in Perth mitteilte, ist der Zufallsfund so bemerkenswert, weil die Form des Berges dem des Monolithen in der Mitte des Kont >>>


      WOWEREIT ZUM SPITZENKANDIDATEN DER BERLINER SPD GEW'6;HLT
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Berlin (dpa) – Klaus Wowereit führt die Berliner SPD in den Wahlkampf für die Abgeordnetenhauswahl am 17. September. Ein Landesparteitag wählte den Regierenden Bürgermeister mit überwältigender Mehrheit zu ihrem Spitzenkandidaten. Unter Führung Wowereits will die Hauptstadt&ndas >>>


      ZAHL DER GEWALTBEREITEN NEONAZIS GESTIEGEN
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – Die Zahl der Neonazis und gewaltbereiten Rechtsextremisten in Deutschland ist nach Informationen der «Bild am Sonntag» im vergangenen Jahr gestiegen. Dies geht der Zeitung zufolge aus dem Verfassungsschutzbericht 2005 hervor, den Innenminister Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU) am Montag >>>


      ZAHL DER GEWALTBEREITEN NEONAZIS LAUT «BILD AM SONNTAG» GESTIEGEN
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Berlin (dpa) – Die Zahl der gewaltbereiten Neonazis in Deutschland ist nach Informationen der «Bild am Sonntag» im vergangenen Jahr gestiegen.

Das gehe aus dem Verfassungsschutzbericht 2005 hervor, den Innenminister Wolfgang Schäuble am Montag in Berlin vorstellen will. Demnach registrierte der Verf >>>


      ZWEI FRANZOSEN UND EIN US–SOLDAT IN AFGHANISTAN GETÖTET
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Kabul (dpa) – Bei schweren Kämpfen in Afghanistan sind zwei französische Soldaten ums Leben gekommen. Das wurde in Paris aus Militärkreisen bekannt.

Damit stieg die Zahl der in Afghanistan getöteten Franzosen auf sieben. Das US–Militär in Kabul gab unterdessen den Tod eines >>>


      ZWEI TOTE BEI ISRAELISCHEM REKETENANGRIFF AUF AUTO IN GAZA
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Gaza (dpa) – Bei einem israelischen Raketenangriff auf ein Auto in Gaza–Stadt sind zwei Menschen getötet worden. Fünf weitere Menschen wurden nach Angaben der israelischen Armee verletzt. Wie es hieß, handelt es sich bei dem einen Todesopfer um den Chef der Hamas–Miliz in Gaza–Sta >>>


      '6;RZTE UND L'6;NDER–TARIFPARTEIEN IM ZWIST ÜBER VERTRAGSÜBERNAHME
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Großansicht Magdeburg/Potsdam (dpa) – Die '6;rztegewerkschaft Marburger Bund (MB) sträubt sich weiterhin vehement gegen eine Übernahme des Tarifabschlusses für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder. Unterdessen stimmten die Tarifkommissionen der beteiligten Gewerkschaften in Pots >>>


      '6;RZTEVERBAND MARBURGER BUND BER'6;T IN ÜBER STREIKS
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Magdeburg (dpa) – Mit einer klaren Absage an den Tarifkompromiss der Länder hat in Magdeburg die Hauptversammlung der '6;rztegewerkschaft Marburger Bund begonnen. Dieser Vertrag sei für die Mediziner weder bindend noch zwingend, sagte der Chef des Bundes Frank Ulrich Montgomery.

Nach ein >>>


      ÜBERNAHME DES TARIFABSCHLUSSES FÜR UNI–'6;RZTE NOCH VÖLLIG UNKLAR
      Die Welt, 20-05-2006
      Berlin (dpa) – Nach dem langwierig errungenen Tarifkompromiss für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder ist völlig unklar, ob er auch für Uniklinik–'6;rzte gelten soll. Die Gewerkschaft Marburger Bund lehnt die Übertragung des Potsdamer Kompromisses strikt ab. Deshalb wolle >>>


      ‘DILETTANTE‘ EUAN BLAIR WALKS OUT ON CAPITOL HILL
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS? His decision to spend his gap year working as an aide to American congressmen prompted speculation that Euan Blair might follow his father into politics.

But the Prime Minister‘s eldest son has become the talk of Washington after he unexpectedly quit an internship on Capitol Hill after just >>>


      A–LIST TORY‘S AFFAIR WITH MARRIED CAMERON HIGH–FLYER
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS? One of David Cameron‘s ‘A–list‘ Parliamentary candidates had a secret affair with a key member of the Shadow Cabinet, the Daily Mail can reveal.

Liz Truss had an 18–month relationship with married front bencher Mark Field, the Tories‘ 41–year–old cul >>>


      BASRA BOMB INJURES TWO UK SOLDIERS
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Two British soldiers have been injured in a roadside bombing in Iraq, according to Iraqi police.

A Ministry of Defence spokesman said British–led multinational force troops in Basra, southern Iraq, had been involved in "an incident" at '.18am British time.

The two wound >>>


      BECKETT HAILS NEW IRAQI GOVERNMENT
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Britain has hailed the formation of the new Iraqi government as a major step forward on the road towards establishing democracy in the country.

Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett said that the Iraqi people now held their future in the own hands. And she promised that British forces would continue t >>>


      BLAIR HAILS NEW IRAQI GOVERNMENT
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Prime Minister Tony Blair has hailed the formation of the new Iraqi government as a "huge step forward" for the country.

Mr Blair said that it was now vital for the whole of the international community to get behind the administration of incoming Prime Minister Nouri al–Maliki.
>>>


      BLAIR SIGNALS CHARITIES EXPANSION
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Tony Blair has signalled a major expansion of the role of charities and voluntary organisations in the provision of public services.

In a letter to new Social Exclusion Minister Hilary Armstrong setting out her key priorities, the Prime Minister said that he wanted to see a "step change" >>>


      BOY HELD OVER SCHOOL GATES MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?A 16–year–old boy is in custody over the stabbing murder of teenager Kiyan Prince.

Scotland Yard said the boy is being held at a north London police station. Promising footballer Kiyan was stabbed to death outside the gates of his school, the London Academy in Edgware, north London, on >>>


      CABBIES BANNED FROM WEARING THE THREE LIONS
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS? Taxi drivers have been banned from wearing England football shirts or anything else backing the team‘s World Cup bid.

Cabbies in Blackpool were told they will be stripped of their licences if they sport anything featuring the word England, the Cross of St George or the Three Lions shield. On >>>


      CLEANERS ‘AT HOME OFFICE FOR YEARS‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Five illegal immigrants arrested after being sent to work at the offices of the immigration service had been employed on the service‘s premises for years, according to reports.

It emerged on Thursday that the five Nigerians had been detained after being sent to the London offices of the Immig >>>


      EX–HOSTAGE CRITICISES PEACE GROUP
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Freed British hostage Norman Kember has criticised the peace group he visited Iraq with, saying it did not fully assess the risks of the trip he and three others were making on the day they were kidnapped.

Mr Kember, from Pinner, north London, who was released in March after four months in captivit >>>


      EXAM CHAOS THREATENS STUDENT PLANS
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Exam chaos has hit one in five of Britain‘s universities as industrial action threatens to derail graduation plans for thousands of students, figures show.

The Press Association contacted every university in the country for the most comprehensive national survey so far into the impact of the >>>


      FAILED BY THEIR PARENTS
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS? Parents are sending children to class tired, scruffy and unfit to learn, the chief inspector of schools has said.

In an unprecedented attack, Maurice Smith said many were shirking their responsibility to prepare youngsters properly.

Should parents be more disciplined with children on scho >>>


      FIRE STRIKE HELD WITHOUT ARMY COVER
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Firefighters are going on strike in a row over jobs, with no military cover being provided for the first time in such an industrial dispute.

Members of the Fire Brigades Union in Hertfordshire will walkout on Saturday afternoon for eight hours in protest at plans to axe posts and close stations.
>>>


      GOLDSMITH INTERVENES OVER MEADOW
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?The Attorney General is to intervene in an appeal after it was ruled Professor Sir Roy Meadow should not have been struck off for giving mistaken evidence in the Sally Clark cot death trial, it has been revealed.

The High Court decided in February that the General Medical Council (GMC) did not have >>>


      HOUSE CONFIDENCE HIGHEST SINCE 2004
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Confidence in the housing market has reached its highest level since the summer of 2004, new research has revealed.

Just under two–thirds of people think house prices will rise in the near future, the highest proportion since July 2004, according to Yorkshire Bank.

But despite this p >>>


      IRAQI‘S AGREE NEW GOVERNMENT AMID VIOLENCE
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS? Iraq‘s parliament has finally approved a new Government which includes Shi‘ites, Sunni Arabs and Kurds. It was agreed just hours after bombs killed 24 people.

Prime Minister Nouri Maliki‘s cabinet was approved by a show of hands, after a turbulent start to the parliamentary sessi >>>


      JOWELL MORTGAGE ROW HOME ON SALE
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell is selling the London home at the centre of the controversy over her husband‘s financial affairs.

Ms Jowell, who separated from international lawyer David Mills in March amid the furore, now wants to find a smaller property.

The four–bedroom Victo >>>


      JUNK FOOD BAN PLANNED FOR SCHOOLS
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Education Secretary Alan Johnson has pledged to stop feeding children "rubbish" for school dinners.

Launching new rules designed to ban junk food from schools, Mr Johnson admitted that school meals had suffered from "decades of under–investment".

The guidelines ma >>>


      MAN KILLED WITH SAMURAI SWORD
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Two men are being held over the murder of a 3'–year–old man with a samurai sword.

Garth Muir, 3', was found murdered late on Tuesday night at his flat in Corby, Northamptonshire.

A 27–year–old Corby man was arrested in the town on Friday afternoon and releas >>>


      MASKED BURGLARS JAILED FOR 11 YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Two callous burglars thought to be responsible for more than 100 night–time raids on the homes of elderly residents have each been jailed for 11 years.

Steven Lock, 38, and Darren Goode, 2', left several of their victims terrified by confronting them wearing masks in the early hours, Worc >>>


      MIGRANTS ‘AT HOME OFFICE FOR YEARS‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Five illegal immigrants arrested after being sent to work at the offices of the immigration service had been employed on the service‘s premises for years, according to reports.

It emerged on Thursday that the five Nigerians had been detained after being sent to the London offices of the Immig >>>


      MURDER: CALL FOR TOUGHER KNIFE LAWS
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Ministers were urged to tighten the law on knife crime after the murder of a talented teenage footballer as he tried to break up a fight outside his school.

Britain‘s "knife culture" was blamed for the stabbing of 15–year–old Kiyan Prince, a youth team player with Champi >>>


      SERIAL RAPIST ‘MAY NEVER BE FREED‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS? A senior prison officer has been told he may never be released from jail after he was given 12 life sentences for a series of rapes and attacks on women and young girls.

John David Hall raped women and tried to snatch the girls off the street while serving as a prison officer in charge of a wing o >>>


      SIXTIES LEGEND FREDDIE GARRITY DIES
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Sixties pop star Freddie Garrity has died, it has been announced. Garrity, 6', former lead singer with Freddie and the Dreamers, passed away on Friday in hospital in North Wales, according to his agent.

His five–piece band had hits in Britain and abroad with I‘m Telling You Now and >>>


      SOARING PROFITS FOR WATER FIRMS, THANKS TO LEAKS AND BIG BILLS
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS? Water firms are about to unveil record annual profits – thanks to soaring bills and cost–cutting.

One is preparing to post an increase of 60 per cent as homes face rationing and millions of gallons leak from mains pipes.

Analysts predict profits at the big ten water and sewera >>>


      STAFF WINDFALL AS BA PROFITS SOAR
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?British Airways (BA) handed a 48 million bonus to staff as it promised customers it would not be crippled by another summer of strike chaos.

The airline said it was confident of agreement with staff and union representatives over its pension crisis, even though it revealed the scale of the deficit >>>


      TWO JAILED OVER PENSIONER‘S MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Two teenagers have been jailed for life for brutally battering to death a pensioner who had repeatedly called for tougher sentences for yobs and criminals.

Jack Jones, 18, and Shaun Johns, 18, were ordered to serve a minimum of 22 years for the murder of Raymond Gange in a street in Derby on August >>>


      TWO MORE CASES IN E.COLI OUTBREAK
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      Solar eclipse A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials Mitsubishi Grandis Virgin cancer cover Isle of Wight Quizzes Are you musical?

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

All our RSS feeds Text–based site Accessibility Contact us Need >>>


      UK TO SEEK DEPORTATION BAR REVIEW
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Britain is to ask the European Court of Human Rights to review its absolute bar on deporting people to countries where they could face death or torture, the Attorney General said.

Lord Goldsmith said the Government wanted to be able to take into account UK security considerations when deciding whet >>>


      VOTERS ‘OPPOSED TO POLICE MERGERS‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?A majority of voters in areas of England and Wales, where the Government is proposing to merge police forces, are opposed to the controversial plans, according to a poll.

Some 58% of people surveyed for the Policy Exchange thinktank said that mergers should not go ahead, against 36% who supported t >>>


      WILLIAM IN SECURITY DRAMA AT SANDHURST
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS? Two illegal immigrants were arrested at Sandhurst this week just hours before Prince William was at the centre of a major security scare.

The men, both Ukrainians, were detained and handed over to police on Thursday morning after arriving at the Royal Military Academy in Camberley, Surrey, to star >>>


      WOMEN STILL PAID LESS SAYS RESEARCH
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS?Women are still being paid less than men and face discrimination at work despite record numbers of tribunal cases aimed at tackling the problems, new research has revealed.

The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) said there had been 250,000 employment tribunal cases related to sex discrimination a >>>


      YOUTH HELD OVER KIYAN MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      Solar eclipse A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials Mitsubishi Grandis Virgin cancer cover Isle of Wight Quizzes Are you musical?

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

All our RSS feeds Text–based site Accessibility Contact us Need >>>


      GERMAN HEALTH OFFICIALS WARN OF MEASLES INCREASE
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      Solar eclipse A Princess‘s jewellery All galleries Advertorials Mitsubishi Grandis Virgin cancer cover Isle of Wight Quizzes Are you musical?

Oscar trivia Winter Olympics Supermarket food More quizzes » Mail extras GCSE league tables Primary school tables Caption competitions Home delivery Mac cartoons B >>>


      IRAQI PARLIAMENT AGREE NEW GOVERNMENT
      The Daily Mail, 20-05-2006
      What is RSS? Iraq‘s parliament has finally approved a new Government which includes Shi‘ites, Sunni Arabs and Kurds. It was agreed just hours after bombs killed 24 people.

Prime Minister Nouri Maliki‘s cabinet was approved by a show of hands, after a turbulent start to the parliamentary sessi >>>


      FIN DE LA CONSTRUCTION DU BARRAGE DES TROIS GORGES EN CHINE
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 11:36) PEKIN – Les derniers m';tres cubes de béton du barrage des Trois Gorges, le plus vaste projet hydroélectrique au monde, ont été coulés aujourd‘hui et l‘événement a été marqué par une cérémoni >>>


      ISRAËL ATTAQUE Ŕ GAZA UN VÉHICULE, TUANT DEUX PALESTINIENS
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 18:32) GAZA – L‘aviation israélienne a attaqué samedi un véhicule ŕ Gaza, tuant un haut responsable militaire ainsi qu‘un autre Palestinien non identifié, ont annoncé des sources médicales.

Une porte–parole de l&lsqu >>>


      LE FRONT DES ETATS MOBILISÉS CONTRE L‘IRAN SE FISSURE
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 16:12) par Louis Charbonneau BERLIN – Le front des Etats mobilisés contre l‘Iran s‘est fissuré depuis la proposition faite par la "troďka européenne" d‘offrir ŕ Téhéran des centrales nucléaires pour l‘inc >>>


      LE PARLEMENT IRAKIEN INVESTIT UN GOUVERNEMENT INCOMPLET
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 14:57) par Mariam Karouny BAGDAD – Le parlement irakien a accordé sa confiance samedi au gouvernement d‘union nationale formé par Nouri al–Maliki sans que les portefeuilles–clés de l‘Intérieur et de la Défense aient été >>>


      LE PARLEMENT IRAKIEN VOTE SA CONFIANCE AU GOUVERNEMENT D‘UNION
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 12:14) BAGDAD – Le parlement irakien a accordé sa confiance au gouvernement d‘union nationale formé par le Premier ministre désigné, Nouri al Maliki.

Celui–ci, issu du mouvement islamiste chiite de l‘Alliance irakienne unifiée >>>


      OFFENSIVE DES CASQUES BLEUS DANS L‘EST DE LA RD CONGO
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 1':55) par David Lewis MARABU, Congo démocratique – La mission de l‘Onu en République démocratique du Congo est passée ŕ l‘offensive samedi dans l‘est du pays contre des milices qui menacent la tenue d‘élections gén >>>


      UN ENVOYÉ DE L‘ONU AU MYANMAR A RENCONTRÉ AUNG SAN SUU KYI
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 13:22) YANGON – Ibrahim Gambari, secrétaire général adjoint des Nations unies chargé des affaires politiques, a rencontré l‘opposante birmane Aung San Suu Kyi, qui était privée depuis trois ans de tout contact avec l‘étranger, >>>


      UN FIDČLE DE MAHMOUD ABBAS BLESSÉ DANS UN ATTENTAT Ŕ GAZA
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 12:22) par Nidal al Moughrabi GAZA – Le général Tarek Abou Radjab, chef des renseignements généraux palestiniens et fid';le du président de l‘Autorité autonome, Mahmoud Abbas, a été blessé dans ce qui semble ętre u >>>


      UN FIDČLE DE MAHMOUD ABBAS BLESSÉ SOUS UN CLIMAT DE TENSIONS
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 17:43) par Nidal al–Moughrabi GAZA – Le général Tarek Abou Radjab, chef des renseignements généraux palestiniens et fid';le du président Mahmoud Abbas, a été gri';vement blessé samedi dans ce qui semble ętre une >>>


      UNE VAGUE DE VIOLENCE TOUCHE LE SUD DE L‘AGHANISTAN
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 14:10) KABOUL – Une vague de violence sans précédent depuis la chute des taliban en 2001 a touché le sud de l‘Afghanistan, provoquant la mort de soldats de la coalition et des forces afghanes, indique une source de l‘armée.

Les premiers >>>


      UNE VINGTAINE DE VICTIMES AU DARFOUR LORS DE COMBATS
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      samedi 20 mai 2006 (Reuters – 18:21) KHARTOUM – Les milices arabes soutenues par le gouvernement soudanais ont tué entre 20 et 25 personnes lors d‘un violent affrontement dans la région du Darfour, le dernier d‘une série de raids lancés depuis la signature d‘un accord d >>>


      CANNES: LA FRANCE RATE SON ENTRÉE AVEC "SELON CHARLIE"
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      par Wilfrid Exbrayat CANNES – L‘intensité de la compétition du 5'e festival de Cannes a baissé d‘un cran samedi avec la premi';re entrée française, « Selon Charlie », qui n‘a pas convaincu la presse au vu des quelques applaudissements timides et autres siffle >>>


      CLEARSTREAM: HOLLANDE DÉNONCE L‘IRRESPONSABILITÉ DE CHIRAC
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      MARSEILLE – François Hollande a dénoncé samedi dans l‘affaire Clearstream "la haine installée au sommet du pouvoir" et fustigé "l‘irresponsabilité" de Jacques Chirac "qui ne veut rien changer".

"C‘est une affaire qui r >>>


      DEUX SUSPECTS INTERPELLÉS SUITE Ŕ UN INCENDIE MORTEL Ŕ MARSEILLE
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      MARSEILLE – Deux hommes, âgés respectivement de 1' et 23 ans, ont été placés en garde ŕ vue pour leur participation présumée ŕ l‘incendie qui a fait deux morts et huit blessés dans la nuit de vendredi ŕ samedi dans le centre de Marseille, apprend&nd >>>


      JACQUES CHIRAC "POSITIVE" SUR TOUS LES FRONTS EN ALSACE
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      par Gilbert Reilhac CERNAY, Haut–Rhin – Trois jours apr';s avoir invité ses ministres ŕ défendre les "résultats" du gouvernement, Jacques Chirac a lui–męme mis ŕ profit samedi l‘inauguration d‘un pont et d‘un tramway en Alsace pour vant >>>


      JACQUES CHIRAC INAUGURE UN PONT FRANCO–ALLEMAND SUR LE RHIN
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      FESSENHEIM – Jacques Chirac a inauguré un nouveau pont sur le Rhin qui reliera la commune française de Fessenheim (Haut–Rhin) ŕ sa voisine allemande de Hartheim, dans le Bade–Wurtemberg.

Particularité de cet ouvrage ŕ deux voies, l‘une réservée aux pi& >>>


      JACQUES CHIRAC SALUE SUR LE RHIN L‘EUROPE "DES PROJETS CONCRETS"
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      FESSENHEIM – Jacques Chirac a célébré l‘Europe des "projets concrets" en inaugurant en Alsace un nouveau pont sur le Rhin qui reliera la commune française de Fessenheim (Haut–Rhin) ŕ sa voisine allemande de Hartheim, dans le Bade–Wurtemberg.

Cet ouvrag >>>


      JEAN–MARIE LE PEN RÉCLAME LE RÉTABLISSEMENT DE LA PEINE DE MORT
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      PARIS – Jean–Marie Le Pen a réclamé le rétablissement de la peine de mort ŕ la suite des meurtres de Mathias, 4 ans, et Madison, 5 ans, il y a deux semaines.

"La peine de mort est un impératif de justice, une garantie de limitation de l‘ensemble de la criminalit& >>>


      LA VENGEANCE Ŕ L‘ORIGINE DE L‘INCENDIE DE MARSEILLE
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      MARSEILLE – Un "acte de vengeance" serait ŕ l‘origine de l‘incendie qui a fait deux morts et huit blessés dans la nuit de vendredi ŕ samedi dans le centre de Marseille, apprend–on de source judiciaire.

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      POUR 61% DES FRAN'';AIS, IL N‘Y A PLUS DE DIFFÉRENCE DROITE–GAUCHE
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      PARIS – Plus de 60% des Français ne perçoivent plus de différence entre la gauche et la droite s‘agissant des "grands probl';mes et enjeux nationaux", selon un sondage Ifop ŕ paraître dans Dimanche Ouest France.

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      UNE CHARTE POUR LE CINÉMA EN LIGNE AU FESTIVAL DE CANNES
      Liberation, 20-05-2006
      par Wilfrid Exbrayat CANNES – Des responsables d‘entreprises des secteurs des médias, d‘internet et des télécommunications signeront mardi ŕ Cannes la Charte sur le Film en ligne, présentée par la commissaire européenne ŕ la Société de l‘Informat >>>


      CUBAN HERO‘S DEATH ANNIVERSARY MARKED IN HANOI
      Nhan Dan, 20-05-2006
      The Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations and the Vietnam–Cuba Friendship Association laid flowers at the monument to Cuban national hero Jose Marti in Hanoi on May 1' in memory of his 111th death anniversary.

Jose Marti, who was instrumental in founding the Cuban Revolutionary Party, died in the >>>


      HO CHI MINH CITY MARKS UNCLE HO‘S 116TH
      Nhan Dan, 20-05-2006
      City marks Uncle Ho‘s 116th birthday A solemn meeting was held at Nha Rong Harbour on May 1' to mark the 116th birthday of President Ho Chi Minh (18'0–1'6').

Addressing the meeting, Director of the city‘s Culture and Information Department Nguyen Thanh Rum recalled the great >>>


      NA DEPUTIES DISCUSS SOCIAL INSURANCE LAW
      Nhan Dan, 20-05-2006
      Chairwoman of the NA Social Affairs Committee Nguyá»…n Thị HoĂ i Thu yesterday presented the NA session a report on the collection of opinions to revise the draft Social Insurance Law.

Recommendations on types of insurance were found to generally fall into three groups.

The fir >>>


      VIETNAMESE LEGISLATORS VISIT US TO BOOST BILATERAL TIES
      Nhan Dan, 20-05-2006
      A delegation of the National Assembly Defence and Security Committee paid a visit to the US from May 15–18 to strengthen bilateral relations in general and the ties between the two legislative bodies in particular.

During the visit, the delegation, led by the Vice Chairman of the Committee, Major General >>>


      10 KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN
      Pakistan Observer, 20-05-2006
      UK commander also accuses Pakistan Kandahar—Ten people were killed in fresh fighting in Afghanistan as security forces carried out clean–up operations after some of the heaviest clashes in months left more than 100 people dead, most of them Taliban.

The British chief of staff for southern Afghanistan, Co >>>


      IMAM–E–KA’ABA URGES UMMAH TO STAND FIRM, NEVER COMPROMISE ON RIGHTS
      Pakistan Observer, 20-05-2006
      We must bring justice to poor and deprived class Islamabad—Imam–e–Ka’aba and Chairman of the Saudi Majlis–e–Shora Dr. Saleh Bin Abdullah Bin Homaed Friday declared that present era was time of trial for Muslims and urged Ummah to stand firm and never compromise on their due rights.

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      MISCREANTS BLOW UP TWO GAS PIPELINES NEAR SUI
      Pakistan Observer, 20-05-2006
      Ghulam Tahir Quetta—Some unknown miscreants with explosive materials blew up two gas pipelines near Sui, area of Dera Bugti.

Government sources told newsmen that militants blew up 24 diameter gas pipelines in area of Rakhoa, situated seven kilometres away from Sui due to which 15 feet pipeline totally damaged. >>>


      PAKISTAN FOR STABILITY, PEACE IN AFGHANISTAN
      Pakistan Observer, 20-05-2006
      Kasuri says Islamabad will never try to create instability in Afghanistan Islamabad opposed to use of force against Iran No country to be provided access to Dr A Q Khan Mahmood Hussain/APP Islamabad—Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri said Friday that Pakistan was saddened by Afghan president’s statement in which >>>


      PAKISTAN SUCCESSFULLY COUNTERED AL–QAEDA
      Pakistan Observer, 20-05-2006
      President says political set–up in FATA being strengthened Islamabad—President General Pervez Musharraf said the government had successfully countered al–Qaeda terrorists in cities and mountains and unveiled a plan to strengthen political setup in FATA and back it up with Levies and FC to end extremism in t >>>


      3' DIE IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENT
      20-05-2006
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      AKP TARGET OF PROTESTS AS TOP GENERAL CALLS FOR MORE
      20-05-2006
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      BITTERSWEET MAY 1' DAY COMMEMORATED
      20-05-2006
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      BSEC, OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEACE AND PROSPERITY
      20-05-2006
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      CHIEF OF STAFF CALLS FOR MORE PROTESTS
      20-05-2006
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      EX–PM ECEVIT FIGHTING FOR LIFE
      20-05-2006
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      EX–PM ECEVIT IN SERIOUS CONDITION
      20-05-2006
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      GUNMAN BELIEVED TO BE A PART OF GANG
      20-05-2006
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      BANK OF JAPAN KEEPS MONETARY POLICY UNCHANGED
      20-05-2006
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      CANSÝZLAR: ECONOMIC PLAN NEEDS FINE–TUNING
      20-05-2006
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      FINANCELINE
      20-05-2006
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      FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON THE RISE
      20-05-2006
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      GERMAN APRIL PIPELINE INFLATION HITS 24–YEAR HIGH
      20-05-2006
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      GERMAN PARLIAMENT BACKS BIGGEST POST–WAR TAX RISE
      20-05-2006
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      GOLD, SILVER TUMBLE ON BROAD–BASED FUND SELLING
      20-05-2006
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      IMF CHIEF NOMINATES NEW DEPUTY
      20-05-2006
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      INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS WARN: KEEP UP THE YTL
      20-05-2006
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      KAZAKHSTAN PLANS EXPANSION OF MAJOR GAS PIPELINE
      20-05-2006
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      ONE WELFARE REFORM BILL APPROVED, ONE TO GO
      20-05-2006
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