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      MAN, '5, HELD FOR KERB–CRAWLING
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Custody battle for family pet handed in as a stray Organic milk is not healthier, says food watchdog Aztec‘s syrup is new sugar a >>>


      MCDONALD‘S KNIFE KILLER GIVEN LIFE
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Life for frenzied McDonald‘s employee who knifed boss to death Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Cancer–causing pollutants in our bread, milk and eggs Tr >>>


      MCDONALD‘S KNIFE KILLER JAILED FOR LIFE
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Shane Freer, top, stabbed his former boss Jackie Marshall in front of horrified McDonald‘s customers Headlines Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Life for frenzied McDonald‘s employee who knifed boss to death Gove >>>


      MOTHER‘S HEARTFELT TRIBUTE SPARKS SAFE–DRIVING CAMPAIGN
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Click enlarge to see pictures of Margaret Davidson growing up Headlines Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Custody battle for family pet handed in as a stray Organic milk is not he >>>


      ORGANIC MILK IS NOT HEALTHIER, SAYS FOOD WATCHDOG
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
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      PENSIONER FOUND DEAD IN HOSPITAL BATH
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Custody battle for family pet handed in as a stray Organic milk is not healthier, says food watchdog Aztec‘s syrup is new sugar a >>>


      RAZOR–SHARP KNIFE FOUND IN SUPERMARKET BREAD
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Free steak knife: Derek Ball with the sliced loaf Headlines Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Custody battle for family pet handed in as a stray Organic milk is not healthier, say >>>


      SECRET PAST OF NAZI GUARD REVEALED AFTER THE DEATH OF HER JEWISH HUSBAND
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Custody battle for family pet handed in as a stray Organic milk is not healthier, says food watchdog Aztec‘s syrup is new sugar a >>>


      SEX SLAVE GIRL WAS ‘BEATEN BLACK AND BLUE‘
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Custody battle for family pet handed in as a stray Organic milk is not healthier, says food watchdog Aztec‘s syrup is new sugar a >>>


      SMARTIES PRODUCTION MOVES TO GERMANY
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Custody battle for family pet handed in as a stray Organic milk is not healthier, says food watchdog Aztec‘s syrup is new sugar a >>>


      THIS IS THE MODEL WHO SPARKED SIZE ZERO DEBATE
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Luisel Ramos died during Uruguay’s fashion week. Headlines Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Life for frenzied McDonald‘s employee who knifed boss to death Government considers ‘statement of regret‘ over sl >>>


      TOP GEAR‘S RICHARD HAMMOND CRITICAL AFTER 280MPH CRASH
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Richard Hammond is a presenter on the popular car show Top Gear Headlines Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Custody battle for family pet handed in as a stray Organic milk is not >>>


      TRUANCY LEVELS AT NEW RECORD HIGH
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Biotechnology chief arrested in cash–for–honours probe Tru >>>


      TWO YEAR DELAY FOR ‘JINXED SUPERJUMBO‘
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Biotechnology chief arrested in cash–for–honours probe Tru >>>


      WATCHDOG CRITICISES ALAN JOHNSON FOR ‘BURYING‘ SCHOOL RESULTS
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Biotechnology chief arrested in cash–for–honours probe >>>


      WILLIAM JOINS HARRY‘S REGIMENT AS HE PREPARES TO BE KING
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Prince William will join the Household Cavalry Headlines Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Life for frenzied McDonald‘s employee who knifed boss to death Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Cancer–ca >>>


      WORLD‘S OLDEST CHILD SKELETON DISCOVERED BY SCIENTISTS
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Once–in–a–lifetime find: The skull of the three million year old skeleton Headlines Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Half of homeowners‘ wages swallowed by mortgage repayments World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by scientists Custody battle for family pet handed in as >>>


      GERMANY ARRESTS EX–SS OFFICER SOUGHT OVER DENMARK MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Arrested: Soeren Kam Headlines Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Life for frenzied McDonald‘s employee who knifed boss to death Government considers ‘statement of regret‘ over slavery Cancer–causing p >>>


      IRAQ DEADLIER THAN EVER, SAYS UN AS ITALY PULLS OUT
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Headlines Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Life for frenzied McDonald‘s employee who knifed boss to death Government considers ‘statement of regret‘ over slavery Cancer–causing pollutants in our brea >>>


      POPE CLAIMS ‘PROFOUND RESPECT‘ FOR ISLAM BUT FAILS TO APOLOGISE
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      Pope Benedict says he has ‘deep respect‘ for Islam Headlines Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Life for frenzied McDonald‘s employee who knifed boss to death Government considers ‘statement of regret& >>>


      THAI ARMY BANS POLITICAL PARTY MEETINGS
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      An army tank rolls through Thailand‘s streets. Click enlarge for full image Headlines Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Swiss clinic offers suicide to depressed Britons Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals World‘s oldest child skeleton discovered by >>>


      VETOES MUST GO TO FIGHT TERRORISM, URGES EU CHIEF
      The Daily Mail, 21-09-2006
      EU‘s Justice Commissioner Franco Frattini Headlines Body–snatch scandal: Health chiefs name 25 UK hospitals Mother‘s heartfelt tribute sparks safe–driving campaign Life for frenzied McDonald‘s employee who knifed boss to death Government considers ‘statement of regret‘ over sla >>>


      ALROSA TO BE RESTRUCTURED IN MONTHS
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 5. Alrosa to Be Restructured in Months The Associated Press UDACHNY, Sakha Republic –– The head of Alrosa, the state–owned diamond monopoly, said Wednesday that the world‘s No. 2 producer of uncut gems would reorganize and that, after settling a pro >>>


      APPOINTMENTS
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 11. Appointments The Moscow Times United Technologies United Technologies Corporation (UTC) has announced the appointment of Elena Alexandrova as president of United Technologies International Operations (UTIO) – Russia.

In this role, she will be responsible for d >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      / Business in Brief A A A Business in Brief"> Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 6.

Business in Brief Secret Budget Spending The government‘s secret budget spending has almost tripled in the last four years, Vedomosti said, citing the Institute for Economies in Transition.

The c >>>


      CHRYSLER CUTS DELIVERIES IN RESPONSE TO LAGGING SALES
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Chrysler Cuts Deliveries in Response to Lagging Sales By Sarah Karush The Associated Press DETROIT –– Faced with vehicles languishing on its U.S. dealer lots, DaimlerChrysler said Tuesday that it would slash retail deliveries by nearly 24 percent in the third quarte >>>


      ECUADOR ELECTION POSES DEBT PROBLEM
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Ecuador Election Poses Debt Problem Reuters QUITO, Ecuador –– A leftist Ecuadorean presidential candidate worrying Wall Street with pledges to limit debt payments has edged into a statistical tie for the lead less than a month before the election, a poll showed Tues >>>


      GAZPROM SAYS UES WILL RECEIVE GAS
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 7. Gazprom Says UES Will Receive Gas Combined Reports Gazprom, the country‘s natural gas monopoly, will supply the gas the country‘s power plants need this winter, the company‘s chief executive officer said.

Alexei Miller, the head of the gas com >>>


      ISRAELI WINE PRODUCERS JOSTLING FOR RECOGNITION
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Israeli Wine Producers Jostling for Recognition By Leslie Gevirtz Reuters RAMAT RAZIEL, Israel –– It isn‘t easy being a producer of Israeli wine.

Israeli vineyards, jostling for space on wine shop shelves overseas, believe they deserve a place next to >>>


      NORWEGIANS STRIKE OIL IN KURDISTAN
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Norwegians Strike Oil in Kurdistan Reuters OSLO –– Norwegian DNO expects its drilling success in Iraq‘s Kurdish north to stoke wider interest by foreign oil producers in the country‘s most secure region.

The first foreign firm to drill in Iraq a >>>


      PRICING DISPUTE MAY DOOM GAZPROM‘S KAZAKH VENTURE
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 7. Pricing Dispute May Doom Gazprom‘s Kazakh Venture Reuters Russian and Kazakh leaders may fail to inaugurate a large gas trading venture between the two states due to a pricing dispute with a Western consortium, a Vedomosti reported Wednesday.

The paper re >>>


      SLOWING AD GROWTH HITS YAHOO STOCK
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Slowing Ad Growth Hits Yahoo Stock By Michael Liedtke The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO –– Yahoo warned Tuesday that slowing ad growth would depress its third–quarter results, marking the Internet powerhouse‘s latest letdown.

Investors took out >>>


      SUKHOI PLANS 150 ORDERS FOR NEW PLANE BEFORE ITS LAUNCH
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 5. Sukhoi Plans 150 Orders for New Plane Before Its Launch Bloomberg Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, the commercial jet unit of military planemaker Sukhoi Aviation Holding, expects to have 150 domestic orders for its new jetliner before the plane‘s first flight.

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      THAILAND COUP COULD BOOST ECONOMY
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Thailand Coup Could Boost Economy By Vithoon Amorn Reuters BANGKOK –– A military coup in Thailand could well provide a lift to the economy if it helps resolve a long and debilitating political crisis that has dragged on growth this year.

Economists said the >>>


      TOTAL‘S OIL FIELD COMES UNDER REVIEW
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 1. Total‘s Oil Field Comes Under Review By Miriam Elder and Tim Wall Staff Writers Steve Voss / Bloomberg A Sakhalin–2 pipeline under construction in March. Total‘s PSA is under official review for not developing its field.

State pressure on fore >>>


      54 DEAD IN BLASTS AT 2 COAL MINES
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 1.
54 Dead in Blasts at 2 Coal Mines Combined Reports Olga Tropinina / Reuters Relatives of miners grieving as they leave the Lenin coal mine in the Kazakh town of Shakhtinsk on Wednesday.

Fifty–four miners in Kazakhstan and Ukraine were killed in twin b >>>


      AEROFLOT ORDER SPLIT BETWEEN 2 RIVALS
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 5. Aeroflot Order Split Between 2 Rivals By Vlasta Demyanenko Reuters Pavel Markelov / Itar–Tass Aeroflot pilots training in a model cockpit. The company is buying 44 jets for up to $' billion to modernize its fleet.

IRKUTSK –– Aeroflot said >>>


      AT 70, LUZHKOV KNOWN FOR BEES AND TENNIS
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 1. At 70, Luzhkov Known for Bees and Tennis By Carl Schreck Staff Writer Mike Eckels / MT Tsereteli‘s "Groundskeeper" statue strongly resembles Mayor Yury Luzhkov.

Mayor Yury Luzhkov wears many hats. There‘s the flat cap, his trademark lid: l >>>


      BRANDING CAREER BUILT UPON PASSION FOR WORDS
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 11. Branding Career Built Upon Passion for Words By Yelena Andreyeva Special to The Moscow Times For MT Vasilyeva studied physics at St. Petersburg State University but her love of words led her down a very different path.

ST. PETERSBURG –– Margarita V >>>


      DIFFERENT FOREIGNERS CONFRONT DIFFERENT RUSSIAS
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 10. Different Foreigners Confront Different Russias By Josefina Lundblad 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 sho >>>


      FOUR NATIONAL BOLSHEVIKS DETAINED
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 3. Four National Bolsheviks Detained The Moscow Times Ivan Sekretarev / AP A police officer on Wednesday removing a flag pole of the National Bolshevik Party outside the State Duma.

Four activists of the unregistered National Bolshevik Party were detained Wednesda >>>


      HURTING THE FUTURE OF ENERGY DEALS
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 8. Hurting the Future of Energy Deals Editorial To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should be sent by fax to (7& >>>


      KLITSCHKO TO DEFEND IBF HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE IN NY
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 23. Klitschko to Defend IBF Heavyweight Title in NY By Larry Fine Reuters Shiho Fukada / AP From left to right, Klitschko, Ali, and Brock posing in New York on Tuesday.

NEW YORK –– Heavyweight champion Vladimir Klitschko will make the first defense of >>>


      PENG DOWNS HOLDER KIRILENKO
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Reuters Claro Cortes / Reuters Maria Kirilenko returning a shot against Peng Shuai at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing on Wednesday.

BEIJING –– China‘s Peng Shuai outlasted Russia‘s defending champion Maria Kirilenko 5–7, 6–4, 6–2 Wednesday to reach the quar >>>


      PERSONAL WEALTH TO GROW AT 12%
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 5. Personal Wealth to Grow at 12% By William Mauldin Staff Writer In the next few years, Russia can expect to see personal financial wealth grow faster than anywhere else on the planet, save India, a Boston Consulting Group report finds.

Buoyed by a flood of cash >>>


      PIRACY BILL CLEARS HURDLE IN DUMA
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 1. Piracy Bill Clears Hurdle in Duma By Oksana Yablokova and Anna Smolchenko Staff Writers The State Duma on Wednesday tentatively approved a bill overhauling legislation on intellectual property rights and toughening penalties for piracy to six years in prison.

T >>>


      RACIAL VIOLENCE AND UNITY
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page '. Racial Violence and Unity By Boris Kagarlitsky The recent ethnic violence in the Karelian town of Kondopoga started with an everyday fight and clashes between criminal gangs, but has ended with serious politicking and propagandizing.

To Our Readers The Mosc >>>


      RUSSIA FAVORITE FOR DAVIS CUP WIN
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 24. Russia Favorite for Davis Cup Win By Simon Tudhope Staff Writer Home advantage, a heavy clay surface and, most importantly, a strong team have made Russia favorite to beat the United States in this weekend‘s Davis Cup semifinal at the Olimpiisky Sports Complex.>>>


      RUSSIA SAYS KOSOVO WILL SET A PRECEDENT
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 3. Russia Says Kosovo Will Set a Precedent By Simon Saradzhyan Staff Writer The Foreign Ministry said Wednesday that the resolution of the Kosovo conflict should serve as a precedent of nations‘ right to self–determination.

Wednesday‘s statement >>>


      TAKING BACK THE CITY, FENCE BY FENCE
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page 8. Taking Back the City, Fence by Fence By Masha Gessen 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 fa >>>


      WAITING FOR GIORGADZE‘S RETURN TO THE SPOTLIGHT
      The Moscow Times, 21-09-2006
      Thursday, September 21, 2006. Issue 3502. Page '. Waiting for Giorgadze‘s Return to the Spotlight By Matthew Collin 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 edit >>>


      BELGIUM REFUSES EXTRADITION OF VIETNAMESE BUSINESSMAN TO US
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      Belgian Minister of Justice Laurette Onkelinx on September 20 officially turned down the Florida Court‘s proposal for extraditing a Vietnamese food import–export business executive to the US.

Vietnamese Ambassador Phan Thuy Thanh told the Vietnam News Agency that Belgium‘s decision to free Bu >>>


      CHINA ENTHUSIASTIC WITH VIETNAMESE PARTY CHIEF‘S VISIT
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      "We are enthusiastically waiting for the upcoming visit by General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPVCC) Nong Duc Manh," said Wang Jiarui, head of the International Liaison Department of the Communist Party of China Central Committee (CPCCC).

Wang made the comment in a >>>


      FLOODS CLAIM 34 DEATHS AND MISSING IN NORTHERN PROVINCES
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      As many as 34 people were reported killed and missing in the floods in northern provinces as of August 1', said the National Steering Committee for Flood and Storm Control.

On August 16–17, floods caused by torrential rains swept away one person and submerged many hectares of crops. A number of road >>>


      NO REASON FOR THE US NOT TO APPROVE PNTR WITH VIETNAM: US AMBASSADOR
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      There is no reason for the US Congress not to ratify the bill on Permanent Normal Trade Relations with Vietnam in the coming months, the US Ambassador to Vietnam, Michael W. Marine, said on September 20.

Speaking to more than 300 representatives from departments, agencies, universities and businesses in Ho Chi >>>


      PM URGES THANH HOA TO BETTER USE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung urged the central province of Thanh Hoa to fully mobilise its rich human resources in fulfilling economic targets set for it during 2006–2010 period.

The PM made the request on Aug. 1' during his visit to the locality where he made an inspection tour of the construction >>>


      POLITICS ACADEMY LEADER RECEIVES VISITING CHINESE PARTY DELEGATION
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      Director of the Ho Chi Minh National Politics Academy Le Huu Nghia has emphasised the importance of the exchange of experiences between the advisory agencies of the Communist Parties of Vietnam and China.

Mr Nghia, who is also a member of the Communist Party of Vietnam‘s Central Committee and Vice Chairm >>>


      STATE PRESIDENT PRAISES APEC WOMEN LEADERS NETWORK MEETING
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      th APEC Women Leaders Network (WLN) Meeting offers Vietnamese women, especially businesswomen, an opportunity to share and learn from experiences of their partners in the Asia–Pacific Economic Co–operation (APEC).

State President Nguyen Minh Triet made this statement at his reception on September 2 >>>


      UN PRAISES VIETNAM‘S EFFORTS IN HIV/AIDS CONTROL
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      Dr Nafis Sadik was speaking with Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung who received the special envoy and her delegation in Hanoi on September 20 during their official visit to Vietnam. She also praised Vietnam for working out a national strategy on HIV/AIDS prevention and said she was ready to share her experiences in HIV/AI >>>


      VICE PRESIDENT CALLS FOR STRONGER VIETNAM–RUSSIA CO–OPERATION
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      All–round co–operation between Vietnam and Russia should be further developed, said Vice State President Truong My Hoa.

At her talks with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov in Moscow on September 20, Vice President Hoa also stressed that Vietnam wants Russia to invest not only in its oil and ga >>>


      VIETNAM HOPES SITUATION IN THAILAND TO STABILISE SOON
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      Vietnam expressed hope that the situation in Thailand will be quickly stabilised, said the Foreign Ministry spokesman Le Dung on September 20.

Answering local and foreign correspondents‘ questions about Vietnam‘s reaction to the coup d‘etat launched by Thai military and police in Bangkok, at >>>


      VIETNAM SUPPORTS UN NUCLEAR–TEST–BAN TREATY
      Nhan Dan, 21-09-2006
      Vietnam attaches great importance to the United Nations‘ Comprehensive Nuclear–Test–Ban Treaty (CTBT) and was one of the leading countries to sign the treaty on September 24, 1''6.

The statement was made by Ambassador Le Luong Minh, Permanent Representative of the Socialist Republic o >>>


      PAKISTAN’S DIPLOMATIC OFFENSIVE FOR N–TECH
      Pakistan Observer, 21-09-2006
      Special Correspondent Newyork—Even after US No, Pakistan has launched a proactive diplomatic offensive to acquire civilian nuclear energy technology with both President General Pervez Musharraf and Foreign Minister Khursheed Kasuri working over time on the side lines of UNGA session to muster support of Nuclear Supply >>>


      RS 120 B FOR SANITATION, WATER PROJECTS: PM
      Pakistan Observer, 21-09-2006
      South Asian countries asked to pool energies, experience for socio–economic uplift of masses Sharafat Kazmi Islamabad—Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has said that the government in the Medium–Term Development Framework (MTDF) has allocated Rs.120 billion for implementing water supply and sanitation projects du >>>


      SPECIAL RAMAZAN PACKAGE FROM FRIDAY: SHAUKAT
      Pakistan Observer, 21-09-2006
      Economic Reporter Islamabad—Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has announced a reduction in prices upto fifteen percent on 1450 items of essential commodities under the Special Ramazan Package from Friday.

Addressing a news conference in Islamabad Wednesday, he said the government will provide a subsidy of 650 millio >>>


      THAI GENERAL VOWS TO QUIT POWER IN 2 WEEKS
      Pakistan Observer, 21-09-2006
      Interim constitution by next month; Elections in October 2007; EU, Annan condemn coup; US says it feels uneasy Bangkok—Thailand’s new military ruler has pledged to resign from power in two weeks and restore democracy in a year, after sweeping aside Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in a bloodless coup.

General >>>


      WAZIRISTAN PEACE DEAL PAYING DIVIDENDS: PRESIDENT
      Pakistan Observer, 21-09-2006
      Terms Pope’s remarks unwarranted Aroosa Alam New York—President General Pervez Musharraf has termed Pope’s recent remarks about Islam as unwarranted, and ill–timed saying that Muslim emotions are already running high and such statements will widen the cleavage between religions and civil societies. Musharraf wa >>>


      BAD YEAR FOR NUT PICKERS
      21-09-2006
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      ELIF ŢAFAK&#8217;S TRIAL BEGINS
      21-09-2006
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      FORMER FISKOBIRLIK CHIEF SLAMS GOV‘T, ZAPSU
      21-09-2006
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      HAZELNUT CRISIS REACHES ZAPSU
      21-09-2006
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      HUNDREDS OF SOLDIERS CLEARED OF RAPE, TORTURE OF WOMAN
      21-09-2006
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      PENSIONS OF DEPUTIES WITH LINKS TO PKK TO BE SEVERED
      21-09-2006
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      RAIN IS COMING
      21-09-2006
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      SCHOOL NEVER STARTS FOR SOME CHILDREN
      21-09-2006
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      AVEA OFFERS GREAT OPPORTUNITIES TO CLIENTS
      21-09-2006
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      BUSINESS TRAVEL FARES SURGE TO 5–YR HIGH
      21-09-2006
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      CINDY CRAWFORD TO ADVERTISE TURKISH LEATHER IN THE UNITED STATES
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––> Cindy Crawford to advertise Turkish leather in the United States Thu >>>


      FIAT‘S IVECO NOT INTERESTED IN BIG EUROPEAN DEALS
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––> Fiat‘s Iveco not interested in big European deals Thursday, Se >>>


      FINANCELINE
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––> Financeline Thursday, September 21, 2006 print this page mail to a f >>>


      FORD TO PAY $25,000 PER DAY FOR CONSULTANT
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––> Ford to pay $25,000 per day for consultant Thursday, September 21, 2 >>>


      IMF TO PURSUE INTERNAL REFORMS, WORK BANK TO FOLLOW
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––> IMF to pursue internal reforms, Work Bank to follow Thursday, Septem >>>


      MANAGEMENT CHANGE AT BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO TURKEY
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––> Management change at British American Tobacco Turkey Thursday, Septe >>>


      NEW UNIVERSITY STUDENTS START CLASS WITH TURKISH–MADE LAPTOPS
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––> New university students start class with Turkish–made laptops >>>


      RUSSIAN PRESSURE ON SHELL ALARMS EU, JAPAN, UK
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––> Russian pressure on Shell alarms EU, Japan, UK Thursday, September 2 >>>


      TOP BANKS TO LAUNCH RIVAL SHARE TRADING DATA SYSTEM
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––> Top banks to launch rival share trading data system Thursday, Septem >>>


      TOP OFFICIALS MEET AT SABANCÝ RECEPTION
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––> Top officials meet at Sabancý reception Thursday, September 21, >>>


      TOYOTA AIMS TO SELL '.8 MLN VEHICLES WORLD–WIDE IN 2008
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––> Toyota aims to sell '.8 mln vehicles world–wide in 2008 Th >>>


      TURKEY APPROVES SALE OF STEEL GROUP ERDEMIR
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––> Turkey approves sale of steel group Erdemir Thursday, September 21, >>>


      UNEMPLOYMENT RATE DROPS TO 8.8 PERCENT IN JUNE
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––> Unemployment rate drops to 8.8 percent in June Thursday, September 2 >>>


      ‘CROC HUNTER‘ GETS HIGH–OCTANE FAREWELL
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––> ‘Croc Hunter‘ gets high–octane farewell Thursday, >>>


      ‘SOUTH PARK‘ CELEBRATES 10TH SEASON WITH A GREATEST–HITS DVD
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––> ‘South Park‘ celebrates 10th season with a greatest&ndas >>>


      FEMININE IDEAL PORTRAYED IN ONE SIZE ONLY –– VERY THIN
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––> Feminine ideal portrayed in one size only –– very thin T >>>


      FOREIGN MINISTRY EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS TURKEY&#8217;S HISTORY AS A SAFE–HAVEN
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––> Foreign Ministry exhibition highlights Turkeys history as a safe&nda >>>


      LONDON EXHIBIT TO MARK PUNK‘S 30TH YEAR
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––> London exhibit to mark punk‘s 30th year Thursday, September 21 >>>


      MIRREN–HACKFORD: ‘WE ARE DEPENDENT ON EACH OTHER‘S INDEPENDENCE‘
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––> Mirren–Hackford: ‘We are dependent on each other‘s >>>


      MORE THAN 12 ARTISTS NAB MULTIPLE NODS FOR AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS
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––> More than 12 artists nab multiple nods for American Music Awards Thu >>>


      NEW HANNIBAL LECTER NOVEL DUE IN DECEMBER
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––> New Hannibal Lecter novel due in December Thursday, September 21, 20 >>>


      PANDA BITES MAN, MAN BITES PANDA
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––> Panda bites man, man bites panda Thursday, September 21, 2006 print >>>


      SINGER AMY GRANT GETS HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME STAR
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––> Singer Amy Grant gets Hollywood Walk of Fame star Thursday, Septembe >>>



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