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      REVISION IM PROZESS UM DRESDNER BOMBENLEGER
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Dresden (dpa) – Die Staatsanwaltschaft Dresden hat nach eigenen Angaben Revision gegen das Urteil zum Bombenleger vom Dresdner Hauptbahnhof eingelegt. Die Anklagevertretung ist unzufrieden mit der Höhe des Urteils.

Das Landgericht Dresden verurteilte den 64 Jahre alten Ulrich Vogel am vergangenen Fr >>>


      RUSSISCHE REGIERUNG KÜNDIGT HÖHERE RÜSTUNGSAUSGABEN AN
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Moskau (dpa) – Die russische Regierung hat einen Anstieg der Rüstungsausgaben für das kommende Jahr angekündigt. Sie werden um mindestens 15 bis 20 Prozent ansteigen werden, sagte Verteidigungsminister Sergej Iwanow bei einem Truppenbesuch in der fernöstlichen Stadt Chabarowsk. Präsident >>>


      SCHRÖDER BEKRÄFTIGT ABLEHNUNG ZUR ZUSAMMENARBEIT MIT LINKSPARTEI
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Es bleibt bei Gerhard Schröders Absage an die Linkspartei÷ Bei seinem ersten großen Fernsehauftritt im laufenden Wahlkampf schloss der Bundeskanzler erneut ein Zusammengehen aus. Das sei mit ihm und der Führung der SPD nicht zu machen, sagte er in der ARD–Talkshow «Sabi >>>


      SCHRÖDER BEKRÄFTIGT ABSAGE AN LINKSPARTEI
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – Bundeskanzler Gerhard Schröder (SPD) hat erneut eine Zusammenarbeit mit der Linkspartei nach der Bundestagswahl kategorisch ausgeschlossen. «Das ist mit mir und der Führung der SPD nicht zu machen», sagte er am Sonntagabend in der ARD–Talkshow «Sabine Christiansen» >>>


      SCHRÖDER SAGT WEITER NEIN ZUR ZUSAMMENARBEIT MIT LINKSPARTEI
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Es bleibt bei Gerhard Schröders Absage an die Linkspartei÷ Bei seinem ersten großen Fernsehauftritt im laufenden Wahlkampf schloss der Kanzler erneut ein Zusammengehen aus. Das sei mit ihm nicht zu machen, sagte er in der ARD. Der Wahlkampfchef der Linkspartei, Bodo Ramelow, sieht >>>


      SCHRÖDER WEITER GEGEN ZUSAMMENARBEIT MIT LINKSPARTEI
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Bundeskanzler Gerhard Schröder hat erneut einer Zusammenarbeit mit der Linkspartei nach der Bundestagswahl eine Absage erteilt. Das sei mit ihm nicht zu machen, sagte er in der ARD. Der Wahlkampfchef der Linkspartei, Bodo Ramelow, sieht derweil bei den Kandidatenlisten der einstigen PDS keine >>>


      SCHRÖDER WILL FERNSEHAUFTRITT NOTFALLS OHNE MERKEL
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Im Streit um die Fernsehduelle zwischen Bundeskanzler Gerhard Schröder und Unions–Kanzlerkandidatin Angela Merkel hat die CSU einen Kompromiss vorgeschlagen. Eine «Elefantenrunde» solle ein zweites Duell zwischen Schröder und Merkel ersetzen, meint der CSU–Fraktionschef im bay >>>


      SCHULEN SOLLTEN LAUT RECHTSCHREIBRAT VORERST NICHT ZU STRENG SEIN
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – In 14 von 16 Bundesländern sind heute Teile der umstrittene Rechtschreibreform verbindlich in Kraft getreten. Nur NRW und Bayern halten an der bisherigen Übergangsregelung fest. Der Vorsitzende des Rates für deutsche Rechtschreibung, Hans Zehetmair, mahnte im RBB die Schulen, die neu >>>


      SCHÜSSE IN EDELSTEINBÖRSE
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Idar–Oberstein (dpa) – In der Diamant– und Edelsteinbörse in Idar Oberstein hat ein Mann einen 4' Jahre alten Händler angeschossen und lebensgefährlich verletzt. Wenige Stunden nach der Tat wurde ein Tatverdächtiger nach einer Verfolgungsjagd festgenommen, teilt die Polizei mit >>>


      SHUTTLE MUSS MÖGLICHERWEISE REPARIERT WERDEN
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Großansicht Washington (dpa) – Nach der Entdeckung neuer Schäden an der Außenhülle der «Discovery» will die NASA heute (Montag) darüber entscheiden, ob die Raumfähre im All repariert werden muss.

Bei jüngsten Inspektionen des an die Internationale Raumfähre ISS a >>>


      SOZIALMINISTERIUM LEHNT PFLICHT ZUR RIESTER–RENTE AB
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Das Bundessozialministerium lehnt den Vorstoß aus der Union für eine Pflicht zur Riester–Rente ab. Das sei technisch gar nicht möglich, sagte Sprecher Klaus Vater in Berlin. Der Bund habe keine Gesetzgebungskompetenz. Dafür sei auch zu viel Bürokratie nötig, da >>>


      SUCHE NACH LÖSUNG FÜR MERCEDES–FÜHRUNGSKRISE
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Großansicht Stuttgart (dpa) – Beim Autokonzern DaimlerChrysler hat ein heftiges Ringen um die Lösung der Führungskrise bei der Tochter Mercedes eingesetzt. Der Mercedes–Chef Eckhard Cordes soll den Aufsichtsrat bislang noch nicht förmlich um die Auflösung seines Vertrages gebeten h >>>


      SUDAN BESTÄTIGT TOD VON GARANG
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Khartum (dpa) – Die sudanesische Regierung hat den Unfalltod des Vizepräsidenten John Garang offiziell bestätigt. Der aus Uganda kommende Hubschrauber sei mit 14 Menschen an Bord wegen schlechter Sicht bei einer Bergkette in Südsudan abgestürzt, heißt es in einer Erklärung. Der Frie >>>


      SUDANESISCHER VIZE–PRÄSIDENT BEI HUBSCHRAUBERABSTURZ GETÖTET
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      London (dpa) – Der sudanesische Vize–Präsident und frühere Rebellenchef John Garang ist bei einem Hubschrauberabsturz ums Leben gekommen. Das berichtet die BBC unter Berufung auf UN–Beamte. Einzelheiten über den Absturz sind noch nicht bekannt. Zur Zeit des Unglücks soll das Wetter >>>


      SUDANESISCHER VIZE–PRÄSIDENT GARANG BEI HUBSCHRAUBERABSTURZ GETÖTET
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Khartumo (dpa) – Der sudanesische Vize–Präsident und frühere Rebellenchef John Garang ist beim Absturz seines Hubschraubers im Süden Sudans ums Leben gekommen. Das bestätigten hochrangige Mitglieder seiner ehemaligen Rebellenbewegung in Nairobi. Der Unfall soll bereits am Samstag passier >>>


      TANKEN WAR NOCH NIE SO TEUER WIE IM JULI
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Hamburg (dpa) – Die Autofahrer in Deutschland mussten im Juli so viel für ihr Benzin bezahlen wie noch nie. Im Monatsdurchschnitt kostete ein Liter der meistgetankten Kraftstoffsorte Super 1,257 Euro, teilte der Mineralölwirtschaftsverband in Hamburg mit. Das waren fast vier Cent mehr als im Vormonat. D >>>


      TATVERDÄCHTIGER NACH ÜBERFALL IN DIAMANT– UND EDELSTEINBÖRSE GEFASST
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Idar–Oberstein (dpa) – Wenige Stunden nach einem blutigen Überfall auf die Diamant– und Edelsteinbörse in Idar–Oberstein hat die Polizei einen Tatverdächtigen gefasst. Der Mann sei nach einer Verfolgungsjagd am Autobahnkreuz Landstuhl festgenommen worden, teilte die Polizei in Tri >>>


      TEILE DER RECHTSCHREIBREFORM VERBINDLICH
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Großansicht Hamburg (dpa) – In 14 von 16 Bundesländern treten heute Teile der umstrittene Rechtschreibreform verbindlich in Kraft. Nur Nordrhein–Westfalen und Bayern halten an der bisherigen Übergangsregelung fest.

Dort werden zwar auch ausschließlich die 1''8 eingef&u >>>


      TEILNEHMER DER ATOMGESPRÄCHE MIT NORDKOREA BERATEN ÜBER ERKLÄRUNG
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Peking (dpa) – Bei den Sechsergesprächen über das umstrittene nordkoreanische Atomprogramm ringen die Delegierten weiter um eine gemeinsame Erklärung. Am siebten Verhandlungstag wollten die Teilnehmer über einen zweiten Entwurf für Prinzipien zur Beendigung der nordkoreanischen Atomprogra >>>


      TERRORGRUPPEN KOORDINIEREN ANGRIFFE ZUR AFGHANISTAN–WAHL
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Großansicht Kabul (dpa) – Radikalislamische Terrorgruppen in Afghanistan koordinieren nach Angaben des Verteidigungsministeriums in Kabul ihre Angriffe, um die bevorstehende Parlamentswahl zu stören.

Die Taliban, das Terrornetz El Kaida und die Truppen des früheren afghanischen Ministerpr >>>


      TOKIOS BÖRSE SCHLIEßT FESTER
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Tokio (dpa) – Die Börse in Tokio hat fester geschlossen. Der Nikkei–Index stieg um 0,3' Prozent auf 11 '46 Zähler. Der Euro notierte fester mit 1,2181 Dollar.
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      TV–DUELL÷ NOTFALLS WILL SICH SCHRÖDER AUCH ALLEIN STELLEN
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – Bundeskanzler Gerhard Schröder (SPD) ist bereit, auch allein Fernsehgespräche über seine Reformpolitik zu bestreiten – sollte sich seine Unions–Herausforderin Angela Merkel (CDU) weiterhin einem zweiten TV–Duell verweigern. Dies erklärte Regie >>>


      UNRUHEN IN KHARTUM NACH TOD VON GARANG
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Großansicht Khartum/Kairo (dpa) – Nach dem Tod des sudanesischen Vizepräsidenten und Ex–Rebellenchefs John Garang ist es in der sudanesischen Hauptstadt Khartum zu Unruhen und Plünderungen gekommen. Das berichtete der arabische Sender Al Dschasira am Montag.

Auf Fernsehbildern waren >>>


      UNRUHEN UND PLÜNDERUNGEN IN KHARTUM NACH TOD VON GARANG
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Khartum (dpa) – Nach dem Tod des sudanesischen Vizepräsidenten und Ex–Rebellenchefs John Garang ist es in der sudanesischen Hauptstadt Khartum zu Unruhen und Plünderungen gekommen. Das berichtete der arabische Sender Al Dschasira. Auf Fernsehbildern waren große Rauchwolken zu sehen.

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      URTEIL IN SCHADENERSATZKLAGE GEGEN BOHLEN UND ANDERS ERWARTET
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Bautzen (dpa) – Urteil im Modern–Talking–Prozess erwartet÷ Das Landgericht Bautzen will heute über die Klage eines Konzertveranstalters gegen Dieter Bohlen und Thomas Anders wegen eines abgesagten Konzerts entscheiden. Es war wenige Stunden vor Beginn im September 2001 in Hoyerswerda gepla >>>


      VERRÜCKT NACH MARY
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Großansicht Das größte Passagierschiff der Welt, die "Queen Mary 2", läuft in den Hafen von Hamburg ein – und wieder einmal bereiteten ihr die Einwohner der Hansestadt einen weltweit einmaligen Empfang. Bis zu einer halben Million Menschen werden am Kai erwartet, an dem der 345&nda >>>


      WIDERSPRÜCHLICHE ÄUßERUNGEN IN IRAN ÜBER NEUSTART VON ATOMPROGRAMM
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Teheran (dpa) – Im Streit um das iranische Atomprogramm gibt es in Teheran widersprüchliche Äußerungen über die Wiederaufnahme der Uranverarbeitung. Ein Sprecher des Außenministeriums sagte, ein Ultimatum an die EU, neue Lösungsvorschläge vorzulegen, laufe heute um 14.30 Uhr d >>>


      WTO–SCHIEDSGERICHT ENTSCHEIDET IM «BANANEN–STREIT» GEGEN EU
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Genf (dpa) – Ein Schiedsgericht der Welthandelsorganisation hat im Streit zwischen der EU und mehreren lateinamerikanischen Ländern um den Marktzugang für Bananen gegen die EU entschieden. Die von der EU angepeilte Änderung der Bananen–Marktordnung gewährleiste nicht, dass der bisherige >>>


      ÄGYPTISCHE POLIZEI TÖTET TERRORVERDÄCHTIGEN VON TABA
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Kairo (dpa) – Die ägyptische Polizei hat bei der Fahndung nach den Drahtziehern der Anschläge von Scharm el Scheich einen Hauptverdächtigen erschossen. Das berichtet das Innenministerium in Kairo. Der Mann sei im Zusammenhang mit den Terroranschlägen von Taba vom Oktober 2004 gesucht worden un >>>


      ÄRZTE–STREIKS AN UNI–KLINIKEN IM SÜDWESTEN UND HESSEN
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Stuttgart (dpa) – Mediziner–Streiks in Baden–Württemberg und in Hessen÷ Aus Protest gegen längere Arbeitszeiten und geringere Bezahlung sind mehrere hundert Ärzte der Universitätskliniken in einen mehrtägigen Warnstreik getreten. In den Krankenhäusern ist seit dem >>>


      ÄRZTE AN UNI–KLINIKEN IN BADEN–WÜRTTEMBERG STREIKEN MEHRERE TAGE
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Stuttgart (dpa) – In Baden–Württemberg sind die Ärzte der Universitätskliniken in einen mehrtägigen Streik getreten. In den Uni–Krankenhäusern Ulm, Freiburg, Tübingen und Heidelberg ist seit dem Morgen nur ein Notdienst vorgesehen. Zu einer Kundgebung erwartet der Marburg >>>


      ÖLPREIS KLETTERT ERNEUT ÜBER DIE MARKE VON 61 DOLLAR
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Singapur (dpa) – Der Ölpreis ist wegen anhaltender Sorgen über Lieferengpässe erneut über die Marke von 61 Dollar geklettert. Ein Barrel leichtes US–Öl der Sorte WTI kostete im asiatischen Handel bis zu 61,02 Dollar. Der Ölpreis hatte bereits zum Wochenschluss die 61– Dol >>>


      ÜBERFALL AUF DIAMANT– UND EDELSTEINBÖRSE
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Idar–Oberstein (dpa) – Bei einem Überfall auf die Diamant– und Edelsteinbörse in Idar–Oberstein in Rheinland–Pfalz ist ein Mensch angeschossen worden. Das teilte eine Sprecherin der Polizei Trier mit.

«Die Fahndung nach dem Täter läuft noch.» Weitere Einzelheit >>>


      «DISCOVERY»–ASTRONAUTEN VERLASSEN ISS FÜR AUßENEINSATZ
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Moskau (dpa) – Zwei Astronauten der US–Raumfähre «Discovery» haben die Internationale Raumstation ISS für einen Außeneinsatz verlassen. Die Arbeit im Weltraum begann mit halbstündiger Verzögerung, da die Ausrüstung besonders gründlich für den Einsatz überprü >>>


      «DISCOVERY»–ASTRONAUTEN VERRICHTEN AUßENARBEITEN AN DER ISS
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Moskau (dpa) – Astronauten der US–Raumfähre «Discovery» haben zum zweiten Mal die Internationale Raumstation ISS für einen Außeneinsatz verlassen. Sie sollen ein defektes Gyroskop der ISS austauschen, ein Instrument zum Kurshalten und zur Balance im All. Das teilte die russische Flugleitzent >>>


      «QUEEN MARY 2» IN HAMBURG EINGELAUFEN
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Großansicht Hamburg (dpa) – Zehntausende Schaulustige haben am frühen Montagmorgen dem weltweit größten Kreuzfahrtschiff «Queen Mary 2» in Hamburg einen begeisterten Empfang bereitet. Von Uferwegen, Terrassenlokalen und den Landungsbrücken begrüßten die Menschen die «Kön >>>


      «QUEEN MARY 2» ZUM ZWEITEN MAL IN HAMBURGER HAFEN EINGELAUFEN
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Hamburg (dpa) – Zehntausende Schaulustige haben am frühen Morgen dem weltweit größten Kreuzfahrtschiff «Queen Mary 2» in Hamburg einen begeisterten Empfang bereitet. Von Uferwegen, Terrassenlokalen und den Landungsbrücken begrüßten die Menschen die «Königin der Meere», als sie >>>


      «SIEGFRIED»–KLAMOTTE STARTET ALS DRITTER DER DEUTSCHEN KINOHITS
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Hamburg (dpa) – Die «Siegfried»–Klamotte mit Komiker Tom Gerhardt in der Titelrolle hat auf Anhieb Platz drei in der Gunst der deutschen Kinofans erobert. Auf den beiden Spitzenplätzen der Kinocharts gab es am vergangenen Wochenende keine Veränderung÷ Platz eins verteidigte der Animationsfi >>>


      «ÖKO–TEST» FINDET ZU VIEL PESTIZIDE IN 3 VON 18 KIRSCHENPROBEN
      Die Welt, 01-08-2005
      Frankfurt/Main (dpa) – Bei 3 von 18 Kirschenproben hat das Magazin «Öko–Test» über den gesetzlichen Grenzwerten liegende Pestizidrückstände gefunden. Bei 2 von ihnen sei der Wert so hoch gewesen, dass diese Produkte aus Frankreich und Spanien bei «einer Kontrolle des Lebensmittelübe >>>


      A DAY OF TRIUMPH, A TIME FOR TRUTH
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? It was by far the best day yet – a breathtaking day – in the campaign against terror. The seizure of more suspects in dramatic raids in West London, another arrest in Rome, all four alleged bombers behind bars... so the most intensive manhunt in decades comes to its spectacular conclusion.
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      WHY YOUR RESPONSE TO THIS OUTRAGE MUST BE MEASURED
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? The British people are angry, disillusioned and apprehensive. We are furious that we have been attacked in our capital city by individuals whom we had helped and welcomed and assumed were friends. We are disillusioned to find that all the security precautions made since September 11 still cannot give us th >>>


      ‘JAMBUSTERS‘ TACKLING M–WAY TRAFFIC
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Special Highways Agency "jambuster" traffic officers have been introduced on Britain‘s busiest motorway.

Already in action on motorways in the West Midlands, the new uniformed officers will now start patrolling western and southern sections of the M25.

With powers to take >>>


      &#163;77M LOTTERY WINNER GOES INTO HIDING
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? An Irish housewife has gone into hiding since scooping the biggest jackpot in European lottery history.

Neighbours said Dolores McNamara, 50, from Limerick, went underground after becoming one of Ireland‘s richest people by scooping Friday night‘s 77m EuroMillions jackpot.

Loc >>>


      1' QUIZZED IN POLICE TERROR INQUIRY
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? The massive investigation into the London terror attacks shows no sign of slowing as a further seven suspects were taken into custody on Sunday.

The six men and one woman were arrested during raids in Brighton, East Sussex, in connection with the attempted bombings in the capital on July 21.
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      50% OFF AT REGIS HAIR SALONS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      Create a new look for the season with this fantastic Mail on Sunday offer. We are giving readers an amazing 50 per cent off a shampoo, cut and finish at Regis Hairstylists and The Salon by Regis.

This offer must finish by August 11, so don‘t miss your chance to reinvent yourself in time for the summer.>>>


      ACTING DYNASTIES ROW OVER HELLO! SNAPS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Bride and joy÷ Emilia Fox It was, gushed Hello! magazine, an ‘idyllic summer‘s day‘ when actress Emilia Fox married Jared Harris, son of the late hellraiser Richard Harris.

The bride‘s ivory silk dress was ‘exquisite‘, the sunshine ‘brilliant‘ >>>


      ALLERGY ALERT OVER CAKE COVERING
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Supplies of a chocolate cake covering were recalled amid health fears, the manufacturers said.

Leeds–based Supercook has withdrawn packets of its 300g Plain Scotbloc Chocolate Flavour Cake Covering, due to concerns that the item contains milk products which are not listed on the packaging.>>>


      BOMBING SUSPECTS WATCHED IRAQ WAR VIDEOS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Hussain Osman was apprehended in Rome One of the men arrested over the failed London bomb attacks has told police he watched videos of the Iraq war with fellow suspects, it was reported.

Hussain Osman, who is accused of trying to detonate a bomb at Shepherd‘s Bush, claimed he was shown foota >>>


      CHARLES ENJOYS PRINCELY NIP AT DISTILLERY
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Stiff drink÷ Charles slurps the local liquor The Prince of Wales enjoyed a trip to the most northerly distillery on the Scottish mainland today during a tour of the Highlands. Charles flew into the newly upgraded airport at Wick before visiting the market town.

He was given a tour of the re >>>


      CHERYL BAKER÷ HOW I BEAT THE MISERY OF HAIR LOSS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Advertising promotion Eurovision winner Cheryl Baker has never had very thick hair but she was alarmed to discover that what hair she did have was coming out in her hands as she washed or brushed it.

When over–the–counter treatments like sprays and mousses failed to halt the hair loss, >>>


      CONNERY FED UP WITH HOLLYWOOD ‘IDIOTS‘
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Legend÷ Sean Connery as James Bond Sir Sean Connery has said he does not want to act in any more movies because he is "fed up with the idiots" now working in Hollywood, it has emerged.

The former James Bond star said in a newspaper interview that he would "need a Mafia– >>>


      CRUISING FOR A BRUISING, FOXX TELLS PRANKSTERS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Defending Cruise÷ Jamie Foxx Jamie Foxx has issued a warning to any press pranksters – spray water in his face and he‘ll ‘whoop‘ you.

Speaking in Miami to publicise his new movie, Stealth, Foxx said he was appalled at the water gun stunt that a TV crew pulled on Tom >>>


      DRINK LICENCE SYSTEM ‘A SHAMBLES‘
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? A new system for licensing alcohol sales has been a "shambles", a business group claimed, after releasing new figures showing a huge drop in the number of applications to renew licences.

With just days to go till the August 6 deadline, 58% of the 180,000 licence–holders in England >>>


      DROWNED BANKER ‘HAD HEART PROBLEM‘
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Wim Duisenberg, the former European Central Bank chief who helped create the euro currency, has been found dead in his swimming pool in south eastern France. He was 70.

A post mortem examination showed he had drowned after an unspecified heart problem, a regional prosecutor said. He was found unco >>>


      ENGLAND SELECTORS KEEP THE FAITH
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? England‘s selectors have resisted the call for change and named an unchanged 12–man squad for next week‘s second npower Test against Australia at Edgbaston.

Following their comprehensive 23'–run defeat in the opening Test at Lord‘s last week, England‘s selec >>>


      FIRMS URGED OVER NEW WORKER STRESS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Firms have been urged to give new recruits a proper induction after a report showed that stress levels of people starting a new job have hit an all–time high.

A survey of 1,500 office employees revealed it was taking six weeks to settle into a new post.

Most of those polled by recru >>>


      FIVE FOR COURT OVER INTERNET MUSIC
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? The first formal court proceedings are being launched against music fans accused of illegally distributing music on the internet, it has been announced.

The British Phonographic Industry (BPI), the UK‘s record industry‘s trade association, said it was lodging civil action against peopl >>>


      FOUND, THE MAN WHO CAN DEBUNK DIANA DEATH MYTHS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? The French believe that Diana died as the result of a simple road traffic accident A crucial new eyewitness to the Princess Diana death crash has been traced by British police, the Daily Mail can reveal.

The witness has been interviewed by detectives and the evidence casts a new light on the case, >>>


      FREE BEAUTIFUL PASSION FLOWERS + SEEDS WORTH OVER &#163;40!
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      Transform your garden into a riot of colour this summer with this brilliant Mail on Sunday FREE offer that is worth more than 40.

Every reader can claim a fantastic selection of SIX FREE Passion Flowers! The wonderful blooms will add an exotic touch to your garden or patio. Ideal for sheltered, sunny borders o >>>


      FULHAM STRANGLER GETS FOUR LIFE SENTENCES
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Lee Kilty÷ Three horrific attacks A youth worker dubbed the Fulham Strangler was given four life sentences at the Old Bailey today for a series of "cool and calculated" attacks on women walking alone in the street.

Lee Kilty‘s motive was sexual in each case. He struck three >>>


      ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS÷ UK FIGURES SOAR
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? The number of illegal immigrants in Britain could be 300,000 higher than the Government‘s estimate, a right–wing immigration think–tank said.

Migrationwatch said a figure published by the Home Office in June was four years out of date and missed out children born in the UK to ill >>>


      IS BRIDGET JONES‘S 82–DAY MARRIAGE OVER?
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Renee Zellweger married Kenny Chesney in May Even by the famously capricious standards of Hollywood, it is a dubious distinction. Scarcely 82 days after her romantic beachside wedding, actress Renee Zellweger‘s marriage is already said to be on the rocks.

Reports in America this week have sp >>>


      IT‘S ALL IN A DAY‘S WORK
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      Advertising promotion Stay cool in the most demanding situations School runs, playtime, homework, bedtime...

the demands of family life are constant, and can take their toll on your temperament – and your body temperature. Do you find life as a mother can leave you less than sweet–natured – a >>>


      ITALY CONSIDERS EXTRADITION OF BOMB SUSPECT
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Suspect÷ Italy considers extradition Documents relating to Britain‘s bid to extradite the man alleged to have attempted to bomb Shepherd‘s Bush Tube are expected to arrive with the Italian authorities today as they consider whether to hand him back to the UK.

Hussain Osman was t >>>


      ITALY CONSIDERS SUSPECT EXTRADITION
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Italian authorities are considering whether to hand back one of the four July 21 bombing suspects to UK police.

Documents relating to Britain‘s bid to extradite Hussain Osman, the man alleged to have attempted to bomb Shepherd‘s Bush Tube station, are expected to arrive in Italy on Mon >>>


      JACKSON ‘SHEIKS‘ ON BAHRAIN MOVE
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Michael Jackson has bought property in the Gulf state of Bahrain, it was claimed today.

The troubled singer forked out an undisclosed sum to buy 14 acres of land next to a palace owned by his friend, Sheik Abdullah bin Hamad al Khalifa.

The one–time King of Pop has not been seen in >>>


      JEONG HANGS ON FOR OPEN VICTORY
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Michelle Wie was the top amateur at the event Jeong Jang became the fourth South Korean to win a women‘s major on Sunday when she held off a challenge from former champion Sophie Gustafson with a final round 6' in the Weetabix Women‘s British Open at Royal Birkdale.

The leader from >>>


      KIMI BRINGS TITLE RACE TO LIFE
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Kimi Raikkonen breathed new life into his world championship challenge with victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring.

The Finn, who has been beset by bad luck this season, clawed back 10 points on championship leader Fernando Alonso.

Renault driver Alonso for once was on the >>>


      KINGA CAUSES A STIR IN BIG BROTHER HOUSE
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      New housemate÷ Kinga The introduction of a new contestant into the Big Brother house is causing a stir.

Kinga Karolczak, 20, has already been evicted by Makosi who failed to select her to join the house during one of her secret missions.

During her previous brief appearance in the house Kinga w >>>


      LONDON 2012 VICTORY EARNS STAMPS OF APPROVAL
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Lord Coe÷ ‘This is a celebratory gesture to be proud of‘ Royal Mail is launching a special set of stamps this week to celebrate Britain winning the Olympic bid.

Six stamps depicting events such as swimming and diving, will go on sale on Friday to coincide with the World Athletic >>>


      LOUISE TAKES THE LEAD ON FIRST OUTING
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Sophie‘s girl÷ Louise goes walkabout with mum With An inquisitive toddler in tow, you can‘t help being sociable. As the Countess of Wessex discovered while strolling with her daughter in an Italian village square.

Within a few moments, 20–month–old Louise had made fr >>>


      LOVESICK TEENAGERS TURN TO JUNK FOOD FOR COMFORT
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? A third of young people over–eat to combat stress or depression often related to their love life, a study has found.

More than 11million adults have food ‘issues‘, but it is the younger generation that has the unhealthiest relationship with eating.

That raised the prospe >>>


      LYON READY FOR ESSIEN COMPROMISE
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Bound for Stamford Bridge÷ Michael Essien Lyon have signalled they are willing to do a deal to sell Michael Essien to Chelsea but only if the Premiership champions are "very persuasive".

Club president Jean–Michel Aulas said after the 2–1 victory over Le Mans that it w >>>


      MILLIONAIRE FOUND GUILTY OF KILLING WIFE
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Morton÷ Convicted of killing his wife Millionaire architect Michael Morton was today jailed for seven years after being convicted of killing his wife. She had been trying to divorce him.

Gracia Morton, 40, disappeared without trace eight years ago after going to her estranged husband‘ >>>


      MILLIONAIRE JAILED FOR SEVEN YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Millionaire architect Michael Morton has been jailed for seven years at the Old Bailey for killing his estranged wife who disappeared without trace eight years ago.

Her body has never been found. Morton, 67, showed no emotion as he was led to the cells – taking with him the secret of how 40& >>>


      MONSTER OF THE DEEP
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Big catch÷ Duncan Rooke has his hands full When Duncan Rooke landed the biggest freshwater fish ever caught by a British angler, he was keen to celebrate as soon as possible. But as the picture shows, he had his hands full at the time.

The record catch was a 211lb catfish – just over >>>


      NIL–NIL, WITH ONLY A MINUTE TO GO – NO SWEAT!
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
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Nil–nil, with only a minute to go – no sweat Sometimes playing hard can be just as demanding as working hard&divi >>>


      NO 10 DISMISSES ‘PM TO QUIT‘ REPORT
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Downing Street has dismissed reports that Prime Minister Tony Blair will leave the Commons at the next General Election.

Mr Blair has already confirmed that he plans to stand down as Premier at the end of his third term and will not fight the next election – expected in 200' or 2010 &nda >>>


      OFFICIALS MEET DE MENEZES PARENTS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? British officials have offered their condolences to the parents of the Brazilian man who was shot dead by armed police officers at Stockwell Tube Station after he was mistaken for a terrorist.

A British embassy spokesman said they had discussed a potential financial settlement.

The Met&ls >>>


      PLAN TO CUT NORTHERN IRELAND TROOPS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? The Government has set out a two–year plan to scale down the Army‘s presence in Northern Ireland and change the way the province is policed.

The move by Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain followed the IRA‘s announcement on Thursday that it is ending its armed campaign and comp >>>


      POLICE HUNT KILLER AFTER STABBING ON A BUS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Police are hunting a murderer who repeatedly stabbed a man on a bus and then coolly left the scene.

The attacker stabbed Richard Whelan from Kentish Town, North London, several times on the top deck of a bus travelling through the capital.

The 28–year–old, who was with his gir >>>


      POLICE SEEK TWO OVER AXE MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Police hunting the racist killers of black teenager Anthony Walker have named two men they want to trace as Paul Taylor and Michael Barton.

A spokeswoman for Merseyside Police said they believed Taylor and Barton, both 1', from Huyton, may have travelled abroad.

Earlier it was announc >>>


      POLICE WARN OF THIRD TERROR BOMB CELL
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? A third terror cell was being hunted last night after intelligence warnings that it is planning bomb attacks on London‘s transport system.

Anti–terror detectives fear the group has explosives and bombmaking skills and may be linked to the British–born bombers who carried out the >>>


      QUEEN LEADS TRIBUTES TO SAUDI KING
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? The Queen and the Prime Minister has led British tributes to King Fahd of Saudi Arabia, who died aged 84 today following a long illness.

The King‘s death sent oil prices up near to a new record, with traders jittery about possible policy changes by the world‘s largest producer under hi >>>


      REFUSE WORKERS ‘ABUSED‘ BY PUBLIC
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? More than two–thirds of binmen have suffered physical and verbal abuse, including attacks with guns, knives and drug needles, a new survey claims.

Workers reported being attacked with shovels and grabbed around the throat by angry members of the public and road–rage motorists stuck beh >>>


      RHINOS THROUGH TO FINAL
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Double–chasing Leeds overcame an heroic display by French part–timers Toulouse to beat them 56–18 and set up an all–Yorkshire Powergen Challenge Cup final at the Millennium Stadium.

Rob Burrow contributed 20 points as the Rhinos ran in 10 tries in an ultimately one–si >>>


      SALT ALERT IN SWEET TREATS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? High levels of salt have been found where consumers least expect it – in desserts, cakes and biscuits, a new survey has revealed.

The saltiest product surveyed was shown to be Morrison‘s own–brand tinned Strawberry Sponge Pudding which contains 6 grams of salt in a single 115g se >>>


      SAUDI‘S KING FAHD DIES IN HOSPITAL
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? King Fahd÷ Died in hospital British friends of Saudi Arabia have paid tribute to the country‘s ruler King Fahd, who died in the early hours aged 84 after a decade of illness.

The king – hereditary sovereign of the oil–rich desert kingdom founded by his father – was i >>>


      SECOND ARREST OVER RACE–HATE AXE MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Murdered÷ Anthony Walker Police have arrested a second suspect in connection with the axe murder of Liverpool teenager Anthony Walker.

The 17 year old from Huyton, Liverpool, was arrested last night over the killing of Mr Walker, an 18–year–old black A–level student, and w >>>


      SECOND MAN ARRESTED OVER AXE MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Police have arrested a second suspect in connection with the axe murder of teenager Anthony Walker.

The 17 year old from Huyton, Liverpool, was arrested on Sunday night over the killing of Mr Walker, an 18–year–old black A–level student, and will be questioned at an unnamed Merse >>>


      SINN FEIN÷ GIVE US DETAILS OF DEMILITARISATION
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Sinn Fein expects the Government to produce a comprehensive paper on demilitarisation in Northern Ireland.

Newry and Armagh MP Conor Murphy said he hoped the process could get under way rapidly in the wake of the IRA‘s decision to end its armed campaign.

Mr Murphy met Northern Irela >>>


      SNUB WILL HURT GERRARD MORE THAN US – MOURINHO
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      London 2012 Schools rugby Latest sports news Sports quizzes Wimbledon quiz Fergie‘s 1000 games Bizarre sporting terms More quizzes Sports galleries Zeros to heroes Football‘s bad boys Rugby Aid fundraiser More galleries Advertorials Garnier Ambre Solaire Celebrity hair loss Thomas Cook Save with Vodafone Tr >>>


      STUDENTS BLOW TWICE AS MUCH ON PARTYING THAN BOOKS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Students will spend ' billion in the next year, according to a survey published today.

But party–loving undergraduates will spend twice as much on going out than on books and course materials, the survey of student finances by the Royal Bank of Scotland found.

At 722 million a y >>>


      THE 300,000 ‘MISSING‘ ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? The number of illegal immigrants in Britain could be 300,000 higher than the Government‘s estimate, a right–wing immigration think–tank has said.

Migrationwatch said a figure published by the Home Office in June was four years out of date and missed out children born in the UK to >>>


      THREE FOR ONE HOTEL BREAKS WITH THISTLE HOTELS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      Fantastic three nights for the price of one hotel breaks – from only 23 per person per night From Britain‘s cosmopolitan cities to the wild Scottish Highlands, you‘ll find a Thistle Hotel nearby. Take a well deserved break. Thistle have 4' hotels of character and style spread across the UK‘s >>>


      TUC TO DISCUSS ACTION OVER PENSIONS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Support for a possible campaign of industrial action to defend the pensions of millions of public sector workers will be discussed by union activists next month.

The preliminary agenda of the TUC Congress includes a call from Unison to back the efforts of unions to retain the current pension schem >>>


      UK MUSLIMS ‘LIVING IN FEAR‘ – CLAIM
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Every Muslim in Britain is living in fear of police harassment, arrest, and possible execution in the wake of the July 7 bombings, a radical Islamic political party has said.

Hizb ut–Tahrir urged Muslims to continue speaking out against British foreign policy and accused Prime Minister Tony >>>


      VIAGRA LINK TO 102 DEATHS
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Government figures show that since the drug was launched doctors have reported 102 deaths linked to it More Than 100 people have died after taking the controversial anti–impotence pill Viagra, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Government figures show that since the drug was launched seven years >>>


      WANT TO TALK FOR FREE?
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
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      WENGER LEAVES UNITED TO PURSUE OWEN
      The Daily Mail, 01-08-2005
      What is RSS? Arsene Wenger÷ Not in the market for a striker Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has been given the green light to bid for Michael Owen and must now decide whether the England striker fits into his plans.

Ferguson already has four international strikers at his disposal in Wayne Roone >>>



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