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      GRANDMOTHER ADMITS HIDING BIRTHS
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? A grandmother and former nurse pleaded guilty to concealing the birth of three of her own children following the discovery of babies‘ remains in two attics earlier this year.

Ann Mahoney, 65, of Forsythia Close, Merthyr, south Wales, pleaded guilty to three counts of endeavouring to conceal >>>


      HOLLYWOOD STAR TO HOST RADIO 2 SHOW
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Here‘s Johnny÷ Depp to host Dean tribute Actor Johnny Depp is to host a show on Radio 2.

The Charlie And The Chocolate Factory star will present a programme about movie idol James Dean.

Depp follows in the footsteps of Brad Pitt, who presented a documentary about singer Nick >>>


      HOMEOPATHY ‘NOTHING MORE THAN A PLACEBO‘
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Prince Charles÷ Keen on alternative medicines The power of homeopathic remedies has come under fresh doubt with a team of scientists describing them as weak and producing nothing more than a placebo effect.

The study at Switzerland‘s University of Berne, published in The Lancet, throw >>>


      HUNT RESUMES FOR BOY MISSING AT SEA
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? A major sea search and rescue operation has resumed for a missing 14–year–old boy.

The teenager was swept out to sea off the coast of Harlech in north Wales after he got into difficulties while swimming with two other boys, aged 1' and 16.

The trio, who are believed to be >>>


      IPCC REJECTS MET OFFICER COMPLAINT
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? A Metropolitan Police officer who lodged a complaint against the police body investigating the shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes has had his objection rejected.

The complaint against the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) related to comments made by the commission‘s deputy cha >>>


      IT‘S ALL IN A DAY‘S WORK
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
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      JAGUAR UNVEILS NEW SPORTS CAR
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Sports car÷ New Jaguar goes from 0–60mph in under five seconds Luxury car company Jaguar has revealed more details of its 155mph XK coupe, which goes on sale next year.

First shown in concept form at the Detroit Auto Show last winter, the two–door coupe is being produced at the >>>


      LESSONS IN LOVE BY CATE
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      Andrew Simpson is the lucky 16–year–old who has been seducing the Oscar–winning star Cate Blanchett.

Andrew, from Donegal, won the role of a boy who plots a fullblown affair with his married pottery teacher, played by Ms Blanchett.

The movie, Notes On A Scandal, based on Zoe Heller&l >>>


      LONDON BOMBINGS MEMORIAL TO BE UNVEILED
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Ken Livingstone‘s quote ‘The City will endure – it is the future of our world‘ is enscribed on the plaque The first permanent memorial to victims of the July 7 suicide bombings will be unveiled this weekend.

A plaque is going on display at Victoria Embankment Gardens in cen >>>


      LONDONERS ‘STRESSED BY BOMB BLASTS‘
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Almost a third of Londoners suffered serious stress after the July 7 terrorist attacks on the transport network, a study shows.

Researchers, who questioned more than 1,000 people after the bombings, said 31% reported substantial levels of stress.

They also found that 32% of Londoners said >>>


      LUQUE TURNS ATTENTIONS TO UNITED
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Albert Luque completed his move to Newcastle on Friday and immediately set his sights on ending his goal–drought against Manchester United.

The 27–year–old Spaniard passed a medical before signing a five–year deal following Deportivo La Coruna‘s acceptance of the Magp >>>


      MAGPIES CLOSE IN ON LUQUE
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Keen÷ Albert Luque is ready for a move to the Premiership Newcastle are on the brink of signing Deportivo La Coruna‘s striker Albert Luque for a fee of around '.5million.

Magpies manager Graeme Souness looked to have missed out on the 27–year–old earlier this week afte >>>


      MONEY CAN
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? The Beatles should be pictured on the back of the 20 note, it was claimed today.

The Sixties musicians would be the first people born in the 20th century to feature on a British banknote.

The call was made by Professor Drummond Bone, chairman of the Liverpool Culture Company, the body in >>>


      MORE CHOICE FOR FIRST–TIME BUYERS
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? First–time buyers will have less trouble getting on to the property ladder by 2025 despite house prices more than doubling, research claims.

The cost of a home is set to soar by 112% over the coming 20 years to average 333,000, according to a report commissioned by the Woolwich.

But >>>


      NIL–NIL, WITH ONLY A MINUTE TO GO – NO SWEAT!
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
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      OPERATIONS WAIT LIST AT 17–YEAR LOW
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? The number of people waiting for an NHS operation in England has fallen to its lowest level in 17 years, the Government has said.

The Department of Health said that the total waiting list stood at 813,700 at the end of July – the lowest since data was first collected in the current way in Se >>>


      PARRY HINTS AT OWEN RETURN
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Captain÷ Gerrard backs a move for Owen Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry has dropped the strongest hint yet that the club could re–sign Michael Owen.

Parry has not ruled out the possibility that the club could bid to bring the striker they sold to Real Madrid last year back to Engl >>>


      PROBE AS REPORTER GIVEN AIRPORT JOB
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? An investigation has been launched following alleged breaches of security at the strike–hit catering firm which supplies meals to flagship airline British Airways.

The probe is to begin after an undercover reporter was employed by in–flight food supplier, Gate Gourmet, at its base near >>>


      PROBE SOUGHT INTO DE MENEZES LEAKS
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? The Police Federation and Metropolitan Police Federation have written to the Home Secretary asking for an independent inquiry into the leaks from the Jean Charles de Menezes investigation, it has emerged.

They sent letters to the Home Office last week calling for a person independent of both the p >>>


      REDS EXPECTED TO MOVE FOR OWEN
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Liverpool are expected to open formal talks with Real Madrid for the transfer of Michael Owen over the weekend.

The European champions have remained tight–lipped about their objectives ahead of the European Super Cup in Monaco against CSKA Moscow. However, they believe they can land the form >>>


      ROMANIAN TEST FOR EVERTON
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Everton have been handed a tough start to their UEFA Cup campaign after being drawn against Dinamo Bucharest in the first round.

David Moyes‘ side lost their Champions League qualifier to Spanish side Villarreal in midweek, and they now face Romanian opposition in Europe‘s second&ndash >>>


      RORY POLICE HAIL APPEAL RESPONSE
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Detectives hunting the killer of schoolboy Rory Blackhall have received an "encouraging" public response following a reconstruction of his last–known movements.

Around 120 people contacted police in the 24 hours after officers replicated events leading up to the 11–year&ndash >>>


      SDLP‘S FIRST LEADER GERRY FITT DIES
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Lord Fitt, one of Northern Ireland‘s fiercest critics of the IRA and the first leader of the SDLP, has died.

The 7'–year–old peer, who served as MP for West Belfast for 17 years, had been cared for by his daughters in England after a long illness. He had been in declining hea >>>


      SECURITY FEARS AFTER REPORTER LANDS AIRPORT JOB
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? An investigation has been launched following alleged breaches of security at the strike–hit catering firm which supplies meals to flagship airline British Airways.

The probe is to begin after an undercover reporter was employed by in–flight food supplier, Gate Gourmet, at its base near >>>


      THE FROGMAN WHO TURNED OUT TO BE A PRINCE
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Prince Harry on his scuba diving course In tight–fitting wetsuit this is Prince Harry learning to scuba dive.

Rather than see his girlfriend Chelsy Davy during a break from Sandhurst, the 20–year–old royal has chosen to go on a training course instead.

Yesterday found hi >>>


      TRESCOTHICK BACKING FOR VAUGHAN
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      Loyal÷ Vice–captain Marcus Trescothick is supportive of his captain Marcus Trescothick is backing captain Michael Vaughan to recover from his Super Series disappointment and stamp his mark on the remainder of the Ashes series despite his soft dismissal during the fourth Test.

England captain Vaugh >>>


      UEFA CUP DRAW WILL APPEAR HERE
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Follow the UEFA Cup draw LIVE on Mail online from 12pm Everton can look forward to a European draw today despite their elimination from the Champions League in midweek.

David Moyes‘ side, who missed a place in the group stages of the Champions League when controversially lost at Villarreal, >>>


      WANT TO TALK FOR FREE?
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
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      WE‘LL FIGHT ON, VOW CHARLOTTE‘S PARENTS
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Court battle÷ Charlotte‘s parents fight for her life The parents of seriously–ill Charlotte Wyatt have vowed to fight on despite losing their latest bid to overturn a court order allowing doctors not to resuscitate the 22–month–old if she stops breathing.

Darren Wyat >>>


      WIN THIS &#163;325,000 GRADE II LISTED THATCHED COTTAGE
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
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HOW TO ENTER WITH TOKENS Every day until September ' 2005 differently dated tokens will appear in the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday. You must collect 24 differently numbered tokens – an >>>


      IS IT STILL SAFE TO FLY?
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      Flying tomb÷ The Greek plane crash raised safety fears More than 300 hundred people have died in four separate air accidents around the world in the past month alone.

In the wake of the tragedies in Greece, Peru, Venezuela and Sicily are the skies becoming more dangerous?

Investigators are stil >>>


      ISRAELI TROOPS OUST SETTLEMENT PROTESTERS
      The Daily Mail, 26-08-2005
      What is RSS? Israeli forces have smashed their way into two West Bank settlements and dragged away ultra–rightist Jews who had dug in for a last stand against evacuation after failing to foil a pullout from occupied Gaza.

Police stormed a citadel and synagogues in the Sanur and Homesh enclaves that had b >>>


      ‘STAR OF DAVID‘ WINS BOXING TITLE
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
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      BRAIN CONTROLS BONE DENSITY, HU STDY FINDS
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
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      CLUBMARKET PURCHASE APPROVED
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
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      COLUMN ONE÷ THE END OF MYTHOLOGY
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
      By CAROLINE GLICK The deportation of the Jews from the Gaza Strip and northern Samaria over the past week and a half and surrounding events have put paid to two of the foundational myths of the narrative that has been propounded for the past 30 years by the Israeli and international Left. In attempting to analyze these >>>


      EDITOR‘S NOTES÷ A PROUD, BITTER AFTERMATH
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
      By DAVID HOROVITZ Eight months ago, immediately after his colleague Pinhas Wallerstein issued the opening call for mass civil disobedience to thwart Ariel Sharon‘s pullout from Gaza, I met with Israel Harel to gauge this most pragmatic of settler leaders‘ sense of whether the campaign would work.

H >>>


      ELBIT, KOOR CLOSE PHASE 2 OF DEFENSE MERGER
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
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      FASHIONED WITH A HEART OF GOLD
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
      By GIL GOLDFINE The Eretz Israel Museum has become more than a showcase for local ethnography and culture.

In addition to its summer blockbusters for the entire family, the museum has refashioned its image into a defender of Israeli crafts, especially in the fields of ceramic art and jewelry design. Its latest >>>


      IMI WINS NIS 250 MILLION ORDER FOR TANK SHELLS
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
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      MIDDLE ISRAEL÷ REVENGE OF ARYEH BINAH‘S NERDS
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
      Disengagement Middle East International Jewish World Cafe Oleh Editorial & Opinion Columns Business Features Magazine Living Real Estate Travel & Tourism Books Sports Health & Sci–Tech In Jerusalem Special Reports Readers‘ Letters Q & A Audio Programs Interactive Map I >>>


      OMELETS PLAIN AND FANCY
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
      By FAYE LEVY When I was growing up in Maryland, omelets didn‘t appear on the table.

My mother considered them the kind of dish you ordered at a hotel. When we moved to Israel, my mother and I were surprised to see that people whipped up omelets for a quick supper. Soon we too were enjoying them, like our >>>


      STARCATCHER÷ ASTROLOGY FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 26, 2005
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
      By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE VIRGO EARTH August 23 to September 22 HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! This is a very busy week for you as little things have to be done and for once, you don t have the patience for all the small details. Soon you will have more free time and will be able to indulge yourself. A conversation with a friend m >>>


      THE THREE ‘R‘ S÷ READING, WRITING AND REGISTRATION
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
      By PEGGY CIDOR AND EETTA PRINCE–GIBSON As their excited parents clutch their hands, thousands of first graders will sit down at their school desks for the first time. Proud, happy to be "big kids," many of these children will open up their school bags, take out the notebooks their parents carefully wrap >>>


      YES, JEWS HAVE AIDS
      The Jerusalem Post, 26-08-2005
      By VIVA SARAH PRESS Two years. That‘s the insurance policy Tel Aviv resident Orit Levy (not her real name) took out for a washing machine she recently purchased. While to most, this undertaking may sound trivial, for Levy it was a giant step.

Levy is an Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) carrier. >>>


      IRAQ RECONSTRUCTION SHOWS ‘LIMITED PROGRESS‘
      The Christian Science Monitor, 26-08-2005
      About Us/Help | Feedback | Subscribe | Archive | Print Edition | Site Map | RSS | Special Projects | Corrections Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Rights & Permissions | Advertise With Us | Today‘s Article on Christian Science | Web Directory www.csmonitor.com | Copyright © 2005 T >>>


      SAVE THE DATE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 26-08-2005
      Aug. 2' US Open takes center court If defending champ Roger Federer were American he‘d be bigger than Elvis.

Well, maybe John McEnroe. See why the Swiss star is being called the best player of all time. Two–week coverage begins Monday on CBS and USA.

Sept. 5 The Rolling Stones release >>>


      AURIOL CANDIDAT ?
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      parce que l‘organisation politique et sociale d‘un pays est déterminante pour la bonne marche de la démocratie et pour son appropriation par les citoyens, la réflexion institutionnelle est régulièrement abordée par les socialistes. A lire leurs nombreuses contribut >>>


      CHIRAC TROUVE UN PRÉTEXTE POUR REDISCUTER DE L‘ADHÉSION DE LA TURQUIE À L‘EUROPE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      Selon lui, le refus d‘Ankara de reconnaître la république de Chypre n‘est pas dans l‘esprit qu‘on attend d‘un candidat à l‘Union».

Par Marc SEMO vendredi 26 août 2005 (Liberation.fr – 17÷20) Les autorités françaises ne d&e >>>


      DÉMONSTRATION DE FORCE DE MOQTADA AL–SADR EN IRAK
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      a la faveur de la crise constitutionnelle, l‘imam radical chiite Moqtada al–Sadr effectue un retour en force sur la scène irakienne. Mercredi, des affrontements violents ont opposé ses combattants en guenilles, baptisés «armée du Mehdi», à la milice chiite rivale, les bri >>>


      FEU VERT POUR LES ÉLECTIONS ALLEMANDES
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      la campagne pour les législatives du 18 septembre va pouvoir vraiment commencer. La Cour constitutionnelle de Karlsruhe a rejeté hier le recours en annulation de deux députés de la majorité «rouge–verte» qui avaient contesté le processus juridique utilisé par Gerh >>>


      ISRAËL RALLONGE SON MUR DE SÉCURITÉ
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      hier, 48 heures après avoir achevé l‘évacuation des colons de Gaza, Israël a annoncé la construction d‘un poste de police sur une portion de terrain où 3 500 nouveaux logements doivent être bâtis, formant ainsi un lien continu entre Jérusalem et Ma >>>


      ISRAËL ÉTOFFE LES COLONIES DE CISJORDANIE EN QUITTANT GAZA
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      vendredi 26 août 2005 (Reuters – 14÷41) par Ori Lewis JERUSALEM – Les nouveaux colons juifs qui se sont installés cette année en Cisjordanie dépassent en nombre les quelque '.000 autres qui viennent d‘être évacués de Gaza, déclare un rep >>>


      ITALIE÷ POLÉMIQUE SUR LA LIBÉRATION D‘OTAGES
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      près d‘un an après l‘enlèvement à Bagdad des deux humanitaires italiennes, Simona Pari et Simona Torretta, l‘ancien commissaire extraordinaire de la Croix–Rouge, Maurizio Scelli, a livré hier sa version de leur libération.

Le responsable de l&l >>>


      L‘OMS DÉCRÈTE L‘ÉTAT D‘URGENCE CONTRE LA TUBERCULOSE EN AFRIQUE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      vendredi 26 août 2005 (Reuters – 0'÷33) MAPUTO – L‘Organisation mondiale de la Santé a décrété l‘état d‘urgence dans la lutte contre la tuberculose, l‘un des pires fléaux du continent noir.

"Le comité de >>>


      L‘OURAGAN KATRINA ATTEINT LA FLORIDE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      vendredi 26 août 2005 (Reuters – 05÷00) MIAMI – L‘ouragan Katrina a atteint jeudi la côte sud–est de la Floride où il a déjà fait au moins deux morts et privé des centaines de milliers de foyers d‘électricité.

L‘ou >>>


      L‘OURAGAN KATRINA FAIT QUATRE MORTS DANS LE SUD DE LA FLORIDE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      vendredi 26 août 2005 (Reuters – 12÷25) MIAMI – L‘ouragan Katrina est entré dans le golfe du Mexique après avoir balayé la côte sud–est de la Floride, faisant quatre morts et privant d‘électricité deux millions de personnes.

Ka >>>


      LA FIN DES «SANS FRONTIÈRES»
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      les recompositions politiques intervenues après 1'8' et l‘implosion de l‘Union soviétique, ont eu, entre autres conséquences, de réactiver les antagonismes culturels, ethniques et religieux (réels ou instrumentalisés) dans un certain nombre de région >>>


      LA HAUSSE DES TEMPÉRATURES AU PORTUGAL RAVIVE LES INCENDIES
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      jeudi 25 août 2005 (Reuters – 21÷50) LISBONNE – Le retour de la chaleur estivale a ranimé les feux de forêts que les pompiers portugais étaient parvenus à maîtriser, a annoncé le service national de lutte contre les incendies.

Au moins sept foyer >>>


      LA POLICE PORTUGAISE INTERPELLE 127 INCENDIAIRES PRÉSUMÉS
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      vendredi 26 août 2005 (Reuters – 18÷47) LISBONNE – La police portugaise a arrêté 127 personnes soupçonnées d‘avoir déclenché des incendies de forêt dévastateurs, les autorités ayant à coeur d‘empêcher que de n >>>


      LA QUESTION KURDE AGITE L‘ARMÉE EN TURQUIE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      a moins de deux mois de l‘ouverture des négociations d‘adhésion avec l‘Union européenne, prévues pour le 3 octobre, la question kurde est au coeur d‘une partie de bras de fer entre le Premier ministre turc, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, issu du mouvement islamiste, et les mi >>>


      LE «DESSEIN INTELLIGENT» VERSION NEW LOOK DU CRÉATIONNISME AUX ETATS–UNIS
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      Ses tenants pensent qu‘une intelligence supérieure, extraterrestre ou divine, est à l‘origine de la vie Ils veulent que leur théorie soit enseignée à côté du darwininisme Par PASCAL RICHÉ vendredi 26 août 2005 (Liberation.fr – 17÷02) >>>


      LE «DONG» PLUS FORT QUE LE «BUZZ»
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      c‘est compliqué, le désir. Ça va, ça vient. On ne sait jamais d‘où il surgira. Pourquoi il passera par ici, et pas par là. C‘est capricieux comme un ruisseau. Parfois, vous sentez qu‘on fait tout pour le titiller.

Il peut s‘agir du lancem >>>


      POURSUITE DES NÉGOCIATIONS SUR LE PROJET DE CONSTITUTION EN IRAK
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      jeudi 25 août 2005 (Reuters – 23÷33) BAGDAD – Les désaccords persistants entre sunnites, chiites et Kurdes obligent les négociateurs à poursuivre ce vendredi, au minimum, leurs discussions sur la constitution irakienne, a déclaré le président du parleme >>>


      SUNNITES ET CHIITES MANIFESTENT CONTRE LE PROJET DE CONSTITUTION
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      vendredi 26 août 2005 (Reuters – 1'÷01) par Michael Georgy et Faris al Mehdaoui BAGDAD/BAKOUBA, Irak – Une centaine de milliers de chiites et des milliers de sunnites irakiens ont fait preuve d‘une rare convergence de vues vendredi en manifestant, dans tout l‘Irak, contre la con >>>


      «LES ISRAÉLIENS DOIVENT RETIRER LEURS COLONIES DE CISJORDANIE»
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      alors que l‘armée israélienne a évacué l‘ensemble des civils vivant dans les colonies de Gaza, le président de l‘Autorité palestinienne, Mahmoud Abbas, dit Abou Mazen, répond aux questions de Libération et du quotidien espagnol ABC.

Le >>>


      DEVEDJIAN SE PAIE BRETON SUR TOUTE LA LIGNE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      breton–Devedjian, c‘est le duel de la rentrée. Hier, dans le Figaro, Patrick Devedjian, ex–ministre de l‘Industrie, a «balancé» celui qui fut son ministre de tutelle pendant plusieurs mois, à l‘occasion de la révélation d‘une entente entre les troi >>>


      DIX–SEPT MORTS DANS L‘INCENDIE D‘UN IMMEUBLE À PARIS
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – Un incendie a fait 17 morts et 30 blessés, dont plusieurs enfants, dans la nuit de jeudi à vendredi dans un immeuble d‘habitation de six étages du 13e arrondissement de Paris, apprend–on auprès des pompiers.

Le feu, dont les causes ne sont pas encore d&eacu >>>


      DIX–SEPT MORTS DANS UN INCENDIE D‘IMMEUBLE À PARIS
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – Un incendie a fait 17 morts et 30 blessés à Paris dans un immeuble ancien de six étages occupé par des familles africaines, selon la préfecture de police.

Le sinistre a relancé le débat sur le logement social en France et sur les conditions de vie >>>


      DÉJEUNER "AMICAL" ENTRE DOMINIQUE DE VILLEPIN ET NICOLAS SARKOZY
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – A la veille de la rentrée politique, Dominique de Villepin et Nicolas Sarkozy ont affiché leur entente à l‘issue d‘un déjeuner de près de deux heures à Matignon.

"C‘était très amical", a déclaré le P >>>


      DÉJEUNER "TRÈS AMICAL" DE VILLEPIN ET SARKOZY À MATIGNON
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – A la veille de la rentrée politique, Dominique de Villepin et Nicolas Sarkozy ont affiché leur entente à l‘issue d‘un déjeuner de près de deux heures à Matignon.

"C‘était très amical", a déclaré le P >>>


      GILLES DE ROBIEN VEUT DES PROPOSITIONS POUR LA "SURVIE" DE L‘UDF
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – Gilles de Robien, seul ministre UDF du gouvernement Villepin, "craint pour la survie" de sa famille politique et annonce qu‘il fera des "propositions" pour éviter "l‘impasse", lors de l‘université de l‘UDF ce week–end.

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      INTERROGATIONS SUR DES RESPONSABILITÉS FRANÇAISES EN MARTINIQUE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – De nouvelles associations se sont portées partie civile dans l‘enquête sur l‘accident de l‘avion de la compagnie West Caribbean la semaine dernière au Venezuela qui a coûté la vie à 152 Martiniquais.

Elles n‘excluent pas de demander >>>


      L‘ANPE ESPÈRE 300.000 À 400.000 EMBAUCHES AVEC LES CONTRATS CNE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – L‘ANPE espère que le contrat "nouvelles embauches" (CNE) permettra l‘embauche de 300.000 à 400.000 personnes en deux ans, déclare son directeur, Christian Charpy.

"On pense qu‘il pourrait y avoir un potentiel de 300.000 à 400.000 CNE qu >>>


      LA BAISSE DES CRÉDITS DE PRÉVENTION DES FEUX DE FORÊT DÉNONCÉE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      BORDEAUX – L‘Union des sylviculteurs du sud de l‘Europe (USSE) dénonce la baisse des moyens consacrés par l‘Union européenne à la prévention des feux de forêt au profit de la lutte contre les incendies.

"Partout en Europe, y compris en Franc >>>


      LAURENT FABIUS ET FRANÇOIS HOLLANDE À L‘ÉPREUVE DES MILITANTS
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      par Laure Bretton PARIS – François Hollande et Laurent Fabius poursuivent, vendredi à La Rochelle, le duel à distance entamé l‘an dernier pour le contrôle du Parti socialiste, à trois mois du congrès du Mans.

Les deux hommes, dont la rivalité s >>>


      LES AVANCES D‘EMMANUELLI AU NPS
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      a la porte du Nouveau Parti socialiste. Hier, en fin d‘après–midi, Henri Emmanuelli est resté au seuil de la salle omnisports de Fouras (Charente–Maritime) qui accueillait la troisième assemblée d‘été du courant de Montebourg et Peillon. Le leader d&lsq >>>


      MARIE–GEORGE BUFFET PRÔNE UN "GRAND RASSEMBLEMENT" À GAUCHE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      MARSEILLE – Marie–George Buffet appelle à un "grand rassemblement de gauche" pour poursuivre l‘élan de la victoire du "non" au référendum sur la Constitution européenne.

"Après le 2' mai, ne laissons pas retomber la p&acir >>>


      POUR JACQUES CHIRAC, TOUTE LA FRANCE ENDEUILLÉE APRÈS L‘INCENDIE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – Toute la France est endeuillée après l‘incendie dans un immeuble du XIIIe arrondissement de Paris qui a fait 17 morts et 30 blessés, pour moitié des enfants, déclare Jacques Chirac.

Le chef de l‘Etat, comme le Premier ministre Dominique de Villepin, >>>


      PÉTROLE÷ FRANÇOIS LOOS PRÉCONISE LES ÉCONOMIES D‘ÉNERGIE
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – Le ministre délégué à l‘Industrie, François Loos, a déclaré que face à un "pétrole durablement cher" les économies d‘énergies devaient être améliorées en France.

"On sent qu >>>


      SEIZE MORTS DANS L‘INCENDIE D‘UN IMMEUBLE À PARIS
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – Un incendie a fait 16 morts dans la nuit de jeudi à vendredi dans un immeuble d‘habitation de sept étages du boulevard Vincent Auriol, dans le 13e arrondissement de Paris, apprend–on auprès des pompiers.

Deux cents pompiers sont sur place, a dit un porte–par >>>


      VILLEPIN ET SARKOZY PARTAGENT UN DÉJEUNER "TRÈS AMICAL"
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      PARIS – A la veille de la rentrée politique, Dominique de Villepin et Nicolas Sarkozy ont affiché leur entente à l‘issue d‘un déjeuner de près de deux heures à Matignon.

"C‘était très amical", a déclaré le P >>>


      «LA FRANCE A BESOIN D‘UNE ALTERNATIVE, LA GAUCHE AUSSI»
      Liberation, 26-08-2005
      «Le socialisme ça se rénove, mais ça se respecte aussi», a déclaré hier à La Rochelle le premier secrétaire du PS François Hollande. En présence de Lionel Jospin, il a répliqué aux attaques de la gauche du parti en disant sa «fierté» d& >>>


      CELL PHONE GIANT AIMS TO CUT OUT MIDDLEMEN
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Maria Levitov Staff Writer Russia‘s largest mobile phone retailer, Yevroset, plans to begin directly importing phones before the end of the year, company spokeswoman Tatyana Guliayeva said Thursday.

Its decision to cut out intermediaries comes less than two weeks after authorities closed down a major >>>


      DERIPASKA PAYS PUTIN A VISIT IN SOCHI
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Catherine Belton Staff Writer Vladimir Rodionov / Itar–Tass Putin‘s meeting with Deripaska on Thursday raised speculation about the metal magnate‘s political ambitions.

President Vladimir Putin hosted tycoon Oleg Deripaska at his Sochi residence on Thursday, raising speculation about why t >>>


      GLOBAL EYE
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Chris Floyd In his inaugural speech last January, President George W. Bush repeatedly invoked images of unbridled, ravaging destruction as the emblem of his crusade for "freedom." Fire was his symbol, his word of power, his incantation of holy war. Mirroring the rhetoric of his fundamentalist enemies, Bush >>>


      PHARMA FIRMS FIND DRUGS BILL HARD TO SWALLOW
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Maria Levitov Staff Writer Vladimir Filonov / MT A bill set to sail through the Duma this fall would prohibit doctors from prescribing brand–name drugs to patients.

A controversial bill that the State Duma is set to pass after it reconvenes next month would prohibit doctors from prescribing specific, >>>


      SAVE THE DATE
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Michele A. Berdy To Our Readers Has something you‘ve read here startled you? Are you angry, excited, puzzled or pleased? Do you have ideas to improve our coverage?

Then please write to us. All we ask is that you include your full name, the name of the city from which you are writing and a contact tele >>>


      CELL PHONE GIANT AIMS TO CUT OUT MIDDLEMEN
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Maria Levitov Staff Writer Russia‘s largest mobile phone retailer, Yevroset, plans to begin directly importing phones before the end of the year, company spokeswoman Tatyana Guliayeva said Thursday.

Its decision to cut out intermediaries comes less than two weeks after authorities closed down a major >>>


      DERIPASKA PAYS PUTIN A VISIT IN SOCHI
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Catherine Belton Staff Writer Vladimir Rodionov / Itar–Tass Putin‘s meeting with Deripaska on Thursday raised speculation about the metal magnate‘s political ambitions.

President Vladimir Putin hosted tycoon Oleg Deripaska at his Sochi residence on Thursday, raising speculation about why t >>>


      GLOBAL EYE
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Chris Floyd In his inaugural speech last January, President George W. Bush repeatedly invoked images of unbridled, ravaging destruction as the emblem of his crusade for "freedom." Fire was his symbol, his word of power, his incantation of holy war. Mirroring the rhetoric of his fundamentalist enemies, Bush >>>


      PHARMA FIRMS FIND DRUGS BILL HARD TO SWALLOW
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Maria Levitov Staff Writer Vladimir Filonov / MT A bill set to sail through the Duma this fall would prohibit doctors from prescribing brand–name drugs to patients.

A controversial bill that the State Duma is set to pass after it reconvenes next month would prohibit doctors from prescribing specific, >>>


      SAVE THE DATE
      The Moscow Times, 26-08-2005
      By Michele A. Berdy To Our Readers Has something you‘ve read here startled you? Are you angry, excited, puzzled or pleased? Do you have ideas to improve our coverage?

Then please write to us. All we ask is that you include your full name, the name of the city from which you are writing and a contact tele >>>


      LATEST POLL÷ NEW HIGH FOR THE LABOUR PARTY
      The Norway Post, 26-08-2005
      The Labour Party has the support of 34.6 per cent of the electorate, up 7.2 points from last month, according to Opinions poll for August.

This is the highest result for Labour since May 2000. Among other things, Labour seems to be capturing voters from the Socialist Left Party, Aftenposten writes.

Op >>>


      NORWEGIAN JUDGE JOINS WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL
      The Norway Post, 26-08-2005
      Norwegian Supreme Court judge Ole Bjoern Stoele has been appointed supplementary judge to the Haag War Crime Tribunal by the United Nations General Assembly.

The court was set up in 1''3 to open criminal proceedings against those responsible for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in forme >>>


      NATIONAL DAY PARADE PLANNED FOR HANOI
      Nhan Dan, 26-08-2005
      th anniversary of the August Revolution and National Day, September 2, were announced in Hanoi yesterday.

A highlight would be the march of the masses and a military parade on the historical Ba Dinh Square, Minister of Culture and Information Pham Quang Nghi told a press conference.

These would be a m >>>


      VETERAN FRENCH JOURNALIST PRESENTED WITH VIETNAM&#3';S FRIENDSHIP ORDER
      Nhan Dan, 26-08-2005
      Veteran French journalist Madeleine Riffaud, well–known during the wartime in Vietnam, was presented with Vietnams Friendship Order in Paris on August 24 for her great contributions to the countrys struggle for independence.

Addressing the presentation ceremony, Vietnamese Ambassador to France Nguyen Din >>>


      VIETNAM CONCLUDES WTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH SWITZERLAND
      Nhan Dan, 26-08-2005
      Vietnam has concluded its bilateral negotiations on its WTO entry with Switzerland.

Deputy Foreign Minister Vu Dung, who is a special envoy of the Prime Minister, signed an agreement to this effect with Joseph Deiss, Chief of Federal Department of Economic Affairs of Switzerland, in Bern on August 25.

>>>


      ‘MY ONLY EMOTION IS INDIFFERENCE‘
      The Observer, 26-08-2005
      The IRA member‘s reaction Anthony McIntyre Sunday July 31, 2005 The Observer Anthony McIntyre served 18 years in prison for IRA activity. He is currently a republican columnist with the online journal, the Blanket Whatever one may think of Seanna Walsh‘s views or his management style, there can be little to >>>


      ‘THERE ARE NO WINNERS‘
      The Observer, 26-08-2005
      Interview by David Smith Sunday July 31, 2005 The Observer Colin Parry‘s 12–year–old son, Tim, was killed by the IRA bombing at Warrington in 1''3, in which three–year–old Johnathan Ball also died. Parry is now chairman of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Trust, an educational peace ch >>>



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