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      ‘MRSA REDUCTION IMPLANTS‘ PLANNED
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Medical implants coated with a diamond–like material could help reduce the prevalence of MRSA, scientists have said.

Giving catheters and various medical implants a coating with a diamond–like carbon material (DLC) can prevent infections such as MRSA developing.

Unlike other c >>>


      ‘ONE IN THREE BROKE BEFORE PAY DAY‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? The average Briton is broke for 23 days a year as a result of running out of money before pay day, research has shown.

Two–thirds of people claim they never run out of money, but the one in three who does overspend admits they are usually skint at least five days before they get their next p >>>


      ARSENAL GOALKEEPER FACES RAPE TRIAL
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? The trial of an Arsenal footballer accused of raping a woman at his home is expected to start.

Goalkeeper Graham Stack, who is currently on loan at Reading, is alleged to have attacked the 21–year–old in Beckenham, south east London, on September 1 last year.

The 23–year >>>


      BA SURCHARGES ARE ‘SKYWAY ROBBERY‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Flamboyant Ryanair boss Michael O‘Leary has accused British Airways of "skyway robbery" by introducing fuel surcharges on air tickets.

BA was "profiteering at passengers‘ expense" added Mr O‘Leary, chief executive of the Irish low–fare carrier.

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      BEST RATE LOANS ‘FAIL ON SERVICE‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Savings accounts and loans that offer the best rates often fall short on the service they provide for customers, a financial website has said.

Up to 4.5 million consumers claim to be unhappy with at least one of the financial products they have, such as their mortgage, loan, current account or cre >>>


      BLOW GIANT RASPBERRIES FOR &#163;2.4'
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Giant raspberries are set to hit the stores Fruit lovers are rejoicing after Marks and Spencers launched a giant raspberry in its stores. The berry is twice as big as usual and weighs a quarter of an ounce.

They have been grown in Britain this year for the first time, according to M&S.

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      BRASSED–OFF BECKHAM IN SLAPPING ROW
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Slapper? Beckham confronted young defender David Beckham has been accused of slapping an opponent during Real Madrid‘s defeat against Espanyol on Sunday.

Beckham exchanged angry words with substitute Sergio Sanchez, who was warming up on the sidelines, as he prepared to take a corner in the >>>


      BUTTON PAYS UP TO KEEP HIS PLACE AT BAR
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Jenson Button: Out of pocket Jenson Button is set to stay at BAR next season after agreeing a deal that will compensate Williams for releasing him, according to media reports on Monday.

There was no comment from either Formula One team. BBC radio said they understood the 25–year–old Br >>>


      CAMPBELL INSPIRES GUNNERS
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Stand–in captain Sol Campbell produced a convincing impersonation of Tony Adams at his most inspirational as he led Arsenal to a commanding 2–0 victory against Everton with two towering headers at Highbury.

Campbell caught the mood of Double night at Highbury as the achievements of the >>>


      CARE IN THE COMMUNITY ‘TO RISE‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? The number of people with mental health problems who will be placed on community–based treatments if the Mental Health Bill 2004 becomes law may have been underestimated by the Government, a report has claimed.

The Department of Health predicted that about 10% – 1,450 – of patien >>>


      CHERIE: THAT B×××× PRINCESS ANNE
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Cherie Blair: regarded Princess Diana as an ‘airhead‘ Cherie Blair denounced Princess Anne as a ‘bitch‘ in an extraordinary feud with the Royal Family, an explosive book claims.

The Prime Minister‘s wife, an ardent anti–monarchist, is said to have upset the fami >>>


      COCKLERS ‘WERE NOT WARNED OF DANGER‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? A gangmaster failed to tell his cockle pickers to stop work in rising tides and bad weather, causing at least 21 of them to drown, a court has heard.

The cocklers, all illegal immigrants, were cut off by the Morecambe Bay tide and perished because Lin Liang Ren, who was also on the sands, did not >>>


      COUNCIL TAX REVALUATION ‘ON HOLD‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Plans to revalue homes in England for council tax are expected to be put on hold.

It is believed that Local Government Minister David Miliband will confirm he is asking Sir Michael Lyons to look at revaluation as part of his wider independent inquiry into local government funding.

The rev >>>


      ENGLAND CALL FOR UNTRIED QUARTET
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? England‘s selectors sprung a surprise by calling up four uncapped players for this winter‘s Test tour to Pakistan.

Chairman of selectors David Graveney named Hampshire seamer Chris Tremlett and his 36–year–old county team–mate Shaun Udal in the 17–man party, whi >>>


      FASHION LABELS SHOULD
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? ‘Bad example‘: Kate Moss Far more disturbing than Kate Moss‘s revolting cocaine habit is the hypocritical attitudes of those who employ her.

High Street giant H&M has already announced it will go ahead with a campaign featuring Miss Moss – despite earlier saying it neve >>>


      H&M DROPS KATE MOSS AFTER DRUGS SCANDAL
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Disgraced: Kate Moss Fashion giant Hennes Mauritz has made a dramatic U–turn and dropped supermodel Kate Moss following revelations of her cocaine use and debauched lifestyle.

The High Street store dropped her after it, and other fashion labels contracted to Moss, faced a massive public back >>>


      HILDA STREETS AHEAD OF ALFIE
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Old favourite: Jean Alexander played Hilda for 23 years Jean Alexander has been named favourite soap star of all–time – 18 years after quitting the role of Hilda Ogden in Coronation Street.

The actress, who played pinny–wearing Street gossip Hilda for 23 years, much of the time w >>>


      IRAQ JAIL FLATTENED IN ARMY RESCUE
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Iraqi policemen surveyed the debris at a jail in Basra after its wall was bulldozed by British soldiers.

Some officers looked bewildered as they strolled amid a mass of rubble, broken plywood and air conditioning units where the perimeter wall once stood.

Others looked at one of several f >>>


      IS KATE GETTING READY TO JOIN THE FIRM?
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Kate Middleton: has had a series of meetings with the Queen Prince William‘s girlfriend has had a series of private meetings with the Queen, it has been revealed.

They include two intimate dinners in recent months – raising speculation that Kate Middleton, 23, is being groomed to join >>>


      KATE DROPPED FROM FASHION CAMPAIGN
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Kate Moss has been dropped from a planned advertising campaign for the fashion store H&M following recent drug taking allegations, it was has been disclosed.

The clothing and cosmetics giant said in a statement that it would cancel a future campaign with the 31–year–old model.
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      KENNEDY DEFENDS ROYAL MAIL PLAN
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy has denied that proposals to sell off the Royal Mail amounted to a privatisation of the sort seen under previous Conservative administrations.

Mr Kennedy has risked splitting his party by giving his backing to a plan drawn up by the Lib Dem‘s trade and >>>


      LAMPARD PAYS TRIBUTE TO FELLOW PROS
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Frank Lampard paid tribute to his fellow professionals for voting him into the inaugural MasterCard FIFPro World XI.

Lampard was one of three Barclays Premiership players to make the final dream team, along with his Chelsea team–mates John Terry and Claude Makelele.

And the 27&ndash >>>


      LIB DEMS FACE TOUGH TALKS ON TAXES
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? The Liberal Democrats face tough talks at the party‘s annual conference, with controversial proposals on tax and the privatisation of the Royal Mail.

Leader Charles Kennedy and senior party members are expecting stiff opposition from activists to its plan to sell off the Royal Mail to raise >>>


      LIB DEMS TOLD TO DITCH HIGH TAX IMAGE
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Liberal Democrats have been urged to move towards a system of "fairer taxes, not higher taxes".

Treasury spokesman Vince Cable coupled his plea with a warning that there was no credibility in promising to spend and tax more than Labour.

"To be frank many voters still &ndash >>>


      LONDON BOMBERS STAGED ‘DUMMY RUN‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? The London suicide bombers staged a ‘dummy run‘ of their devastating attack just two weeks before July 7, it emerged today.

The four members of the terrorist cell travelled from Leeds and visited their designated targets on the capital‘s Tube network.

Scotland Yard detec >>>


      MAN ARRESTED OVER MILLY DOWLER MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? ‘Milly‘ Dowler: a man has been arrested Detectives hunting the killer of teenager Milly Dowler, who was murdered in 2002, have arrested a 57–year–old man, Surrey Police said today.

Police said they arrested a man from the Greater London area who is currently being held at a >>>


      MAN HELD IN HUNT FOR MILLY‘S KILLER
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Police investigating the murder of schoolgirl Milly Dowler have arrested a 57–year–old man.

Surrey Police said they arrested a man from the Greater London area who is currently being held at a police station in the county.

Officers are also searching an address in Greater Lond >>>


      MOURINHO HINTS AT INTEREST IN ENGLAND JOB
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? José Mourinho: Feeling ‘more English‘ Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes an Englishman should be in charge of the national side but feels another five years in London may give him the passion for the job.

Portuguese Mourinho, who led Chelsea to the Barclays Premiership title >>>


      MOURINHO REJECTS RUMOURS OVER ENGLAND JOB
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? José Mourinho: Feeling ‘more English‘ Jose Mourinho has rejected suggestions that he is willing to change his nationality to become England manager in the future.

The Chelsea coach, who led the Blues to their first title triumph for 50 years in his first season in England, is ai >>>


      RATE CUT ‘STABILISED HOUSE MARKET‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? August‘s interest rate cut led to a rise in the number of people looking to move home, as the property market showed signs of stabilising, new research has revealed.

Enquires by new buyers rose for the third month in a row during August, and at the fastest pace since early 2004, according to >>>


      SENIOR TORY BACKS DAVIS AS LEADER
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? David Davis‘ bid for the Tory leadership has been boosted after another senior MP gave his backing to the shadow home secretary.

Deputy party chairman Andrew Mackay said Mr Davis was "the ideal candidate" to become the next prime minister.

Mr Mackay said Mr Davis could uni >>>


      SIR CLIFF: I WON‘T BE RECORDING EVER AGAIN
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Disheartened: Cliff Richard Sir Cliff Richard has vowed never to make another record because of the unofficial ban on his music by radio stations.

The 64–year–old singer is so disheartened over their boycott that he has decided to boycott the recording studio.

Should radio sta >>>


      TACKLE YOBS BEFORE THE TERRORISTS
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Street beat: The local bobby has been replaced by CCTV Britain‘s police system undoubtedly needs a shake–up. But creating super–forces of more than 4,000 officers isn‘t the best way forward.

The public already has a diminished sense of contact with the police. Our towns and >>>


      TANKS ‘FREE SOLDIERS IN IRAQI JAIL‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? British forces in tanks and helicopters have stormed an Iraqi jail to rescue two service personnel.

The two were arrested after allegedly shooting dead a local policeman and wounding another, the governor of Basra said.

The two men had been taken to the Basra jail after violence erupted i >>>


      TESCO SEES PROFITS SOAR TO &#163;'08M
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Supermarket giant Tesco continued to put its rivals in the shade following an 18.7% rise in half–year profits to '08 million.

The group, which has more than 250,000 staff and around 1,780 stores in the UK, also reported a 14.1% jump in sales to 18.8 billion for the six months to August 1 >>>


      TESCO SET TO DELIVER RECORD PROFITS
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Retail giant Tesco will underline its dominance of the supermarket sector when it delivers another record set of financial results.

The expected 14% increase in half–year profits to '3' million comes after the chain bucked gloom elsewhere in the retail sector to achieve an estimated >>>


      THE MUM WHO KEEPS HAVING BIGGER BABIES
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Joanne Labdon with her big bouncing family When Joanne Labdon talks about her growing family, she speaks from painful experience.

A petite size eight and just 7 stone, she has had four extra–large babies – each one apparently keen to be born bigger than the last. When number three, Jos >>>


      TODDLERS STRESSED OUT BY NURSERY
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Toddlers have high stress levels at nursery Toddlers experience high levels of stress when they leave their mothers to begin nursery, a new study has found.

Children who have just started day care are apparently suffering much higher levels of anxiety than their counterparts who are still at home. >>>


      WORLD CUP DREAM STILL ALIVE FOR GOUGH
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Veteran Darren Gough‘s World Cup dream remains alive despite opting out of this winter‘s tour of Pakistan.

The 35–year–old was the notable omission in the 15–man one–day squad for the five–match series after he made himself unavailable due to family reason >>>


      YOUNG DOCTORS FACE JOBS CRISIS IN NHS
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Thousands of junior doctors cannot find placements Potentially thousands of young doctors are unable to find work because of an acute shortage of jobs, the British Medical Association has warned.

It claims new research has revealed a shortage of posts for training jobs in England and Wales, with a >>>


      BUSH TAKES A HAMMERING IN THE POLLS
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Poll beating: New Orleans visits haven‘t helped Bush‘s ratings US President George Bush has failed to stem his slide in the opinion polls, despite his vow to rebuild New Orleans.

His address to the nation in the wake of Hurricane Katrina did little to revive public support, according t >>>


      CLINTON BERATES BUSH OVER IRAQ AND KATRINA
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? On the offensive: Clinton attacks Bush Former US President Bill Clinton has sharply criticised George Bush for his handling of the Iraq war, warning that the US may not have the resources to finish the job.

He said the Bush administration had launched the invasion "virtually alone and before >>>


      EU TURNS UP HEAT ON IRAN
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? The EU has turned up the pressure on Iran with a draft resolution reporting Tehran to the UN Security Council for violating its international atomic obligations, despite Russian opposition.

The draft asks the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) "to report to all members of the Agency an >>>


      MOD BACKS FAILED IRAQI ‘JAIL BREAK‘
      The Daily Mail, 20-09-2005
      What is RSS? Human torch: a British soldier escapes his blazing Warrior vehicle Two UK servicemen were back with British forces today after troops staged a dramatic rescue mission at an Iraqi jail using armoured vehicles and helicopters.

Last night Basra‘s governor, Mohammed al–Waili, said British >>>


      ‘WE DON‘T KNOW WHERE THE MONEY WENT‘
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By SHEERA CLAIRE FRENKEL The Knesset Finance Committee approved an additional NIS 1.5 billion Sunday to compensate the evacuees because the government has already spent the entire two billion allocated for the pullout from Gaza and four northern Samaria communities, Zvi Rosen, the committee spokesman, told The Jerusale >>>


      A HOUSE FOR LIFE
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By JUDY SIEGEL–ITZKOVICH Guards checked and doubled–checked those arriving for a ceremony in a large tent set up off Rehov Tzvia Ve‘Yitzhak in Jerusalem‘s Gilo quarter before President Moshe Katsav and his wife, Gila, were about to enter. But when some members of the audience yelped, interrupted >>>


      A MUSICAL IMPORT WITH ISRAELI ROOTS
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      Disengagement Middle East Katrina Aftermath International Jewish World Blogs Cafe Oleh Op–Eds & Letters Columns Business Features Magazine Living Real Estate Travel & Tourism Books Sports Health & Sci–Tech In Jerusalem Special Reports Q & A Audio Programs Interactive M >>>


      ARCHIVE: INABILITY TO FORGIVE
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By S.T. MERAVI From August 21, 1''8 THE SUNFLOWER: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness.

Revised and expanded edition by Simon Wiesenthal. New York, Schocken. 28' pp. $13.

It‘s been more than 20 years since the famed Nazi–hunter Simon Wiesenthal first published this s >>>


      CAESAREA BYZANTINE MANSION SITE INAUGURATED
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
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      DEDICATED NAZI HUNTER SIMON WIESENTHAL DIES AT '6
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By SHANI ROSENFELDER Simon Wiesenthal, the Holocaust survivor who helped track down numerous Nazi war criminals following World War II and spent the later decades of his life fighting anti–Semitism and prejudice against all people, died Tuesday at the age of '6.

Wiesenthal passed away in his sleep at >>>


      EXCLUSIVE: HEALTH BASKET SHOULD FINANCE PRE–DETECTION PROGRAM
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By JUDY SIEGEL For the first time ever, a screening program and media campaign intended to facilitate early detection of a disease and the identification of those at high risk of developing it have been proposed for inclusion in the basket of health services provided by the health funds and subsidized by the government >>>


      GAZA DOCUMENTARY TAKES THREE EMMYS
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
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      H. STERN, LEVIEV INVEST $100M. IN CIS JEWEL CHAIN
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      JPost Sites: JPost Store · JPost Travel · Dating · America‘s Voices · JPost Français · The Jerusalem Report Sponsored Links: Mortgage Calculator · Car Donations · Donate Vehicle · Fundraisers & Fundraising Ideas · Diamond Earrings Bracelets · Internet Security · Web Hosting · Debt Consolidation · Web H >>>


      IN ESTONIA, KATSAV WARNS OF RISING EUROPEAN ANTI–SEMITISM
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      JPost Sites: JPost Store · JPost Travel · Dating · America‘s Voices · JPost Français · The Jerusalem Report Sponsored Links: Mortgage Calculator · Car Donations · Donate Vehicle · Fundraisers & Fundraising Ideas · Diamond Earrings Bracelets · Internet Security · Web Hosting · Debt Consolidation · Web H >>>


      INTERNATIONAL JEWISH CONFERENCE OPENS IN HAIFA
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      JPost Sites: JPost Store · JPost Travel · Dating · America‘s Voices · JPost Français · The Jerusalem Report Sponsored Links: Mortgage Calculator · Car Donations · Donate Vehicle · Fundraisers & Fundraising Ideas · Diamond Earrings Bracelets · Internet Security · Web Hosting · Debt Consolidation · Web H >>>


      OUR WORLD: ARIK‘S TALKING POINTS
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By CAROLINE GLICK Prime Minister Ariel Sharon‘s daily talking points are becoming increasingly delusional. Standing before foreign audiences and journalists he libels his political opponents as "radical extremists" who have stolen the Likud from him. Between attacking them personally and deriding Israel >>>


      PARASHAT KIT TETZE: THE PARENTAL ROLE
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By SHLOMO RISKIN PARASHAT: KI TETZE What defines a "wayward and rebellious" child? How is he to be punished?

Whose fault is it – his, his parents‘, or society‘s? This week‘s Torah portion of Ki Tetze deals with the tragedy of such a problematic situation with amazing courage a >>>


      PERFORMING BEYOND THEIR LIMITATIONS
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
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      THE COMPUTER IN YOUR CAR
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By DAVID SHAMAH Driving along the road, with just your stereo for company, it‘s easy to get lost in your thoughts and drift away. Of course, you pay attention to traffic – but the other cars are just part of the background scenery.

Some drivers just slip into a "bubble" – it‘s >>>


      TRADE DEFICIT WIDENS TO $1.1B. IN AUGUST
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      JPost Sites: JPost Store · JPost Travel · Dating · America‘s Voices · JPost Français · The Jerusalem Report Sponsored Links: Mortgage Calculator · Car Donations · Donate Vehicle · Fundraisers & Fundraising Ideas · Diamond Earrings Bracelets · Internet Security · Web Hosting · Debt Consolidation · Web H >>>


      TREASURY TO PUBLISH IMI PRIVATIZATION NOTICE
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      JPost Sites: JPost Store · JPost Travel · Dating · America‘s Voices · JPost Français · The Jerusalem Report Sponsored Links: Mortgage Calculator · Car Donations · Donate Vehicle · Fundraisers & Fundraising Ideas · Diamond Earrings Bracelets · Internet Security · Web Hosting · Debt Consolidation · Web H >>>


      UKRAINE SHAKE–UP LEAVES JEWS CONFUSED
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By LEV KRICHEVSKY AND VLADIMIR MATVEYEV (JTA) KIEV Orange is out of fashion in Ukraine these days.

"My business has virtually come to an end," laments Larisa, a middle–aged woman selling orange baseball hats, button pins and scarves with President Viktor Yushchenko‘s name on Kiev‘s >>>


      WIESENTHAL BIOGRAPHY
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
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      WORLD LEADERS MOURN FAMED NAZI HUNTER
      The Jerusalem Post, 20-09-2005
      By JPOST STAFF AND AP VIENNA, Austria World leaders, human rights activists and Jewish organizations mourned for Simon Wiesenthal on Tuesday, praising his courage and determination to seek justice – rather than revenge – against Nazi atrocities.

The famed Nazi hunter‘s tireless drive to aveng >>>


      A CATHOLIC TOWN WATCHES QUIETLY AS PROTESTANT RANCOR GROWS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor CROSSMAGLEN, NORTHERN IRELAND As the farmer starts to speak, the sudden roar of an aircraft engine cuts him off. A British Army helicopter bursts through the clouds and skims the rooftops of this Catholic town in County Armagh six miles from the border with Ireland.
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      A LITTLE BREAD, MEAT, AND A SLICE OF HISTORY ...
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Learn the stories behind a variety of sandwiches we eat today. Did you know peanut butter was once a delicacy?

By Joan Russell A popular tale says the first man to eat a sandwich was a gambler who lived in 18th–century England. John Montagu, fourth Earl of Sandwich, it was said, was so busy gambling he d >>>


      A RETRO LOOK TO NEXT US SPACECRAFT
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor It‘s back to the future for the US manned spaceflight program.

After 25 years of spectacular successes and tragic failures using the winged space shuttles, NASA is opting for the tried and true: Just put a capsule on top of a rocket, put people or cargo into >>>


      A STORY OF TWO PEOPLE WHO LIKE EACH OTHER
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      She was '1, he was 18. But when Margaret and Elvis met, a true friendship was forged By Marilyn Gardner At first glance, Margaret Oliver and Elvis Checo appear to have almost nothing in common. She has lived a comfortable life and raised a loving family. He has endured lonely, hardscrabble years as an immigrant fro >>>


      BEFORE THE OIL RUNS OUT: HOW WILL THIS ERA END?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor WASHINGTON The warnings keep piling up. Author Paul Roberts cautions his readers about "The End of Oil." National Geographic‘s cover story last month examined how the world might survive "After Oil." The Economist magazine asks, "Is the age >>>


      BUSH‘S MISSING TRADE MARK
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      The Monitor‘s View President Bush may leave only a few legacies that last for decades, such as a more conservative Supreme Court or a more democratic Middle East.

But in one potentially grand legacy, he is so far faltering: Uplifting the world‘s poor and helping American consumers by finishing up a >>>


      COST OF KATRINA RELIEF SPLITS REPUBLICAN RANKS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor WASHINGTON President Bush‘s call to spend "whatever it takes" to rebuild the Gulf Coast set off alarm bells among some in his conservative base – and stepped up a growing debate among Republicans at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue on how to fix the b >>>


      DARWIN STARS IN A HISTORICAL THRILLER
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      A graduate student seeks to uncover a dark secret about the origin of Darwin‘s theories By Marjorie Kehe Darwin never really goes out of fashion. Just when you think that maybe he‘s slipping from public view a bit, there‘s some kind of a trial, public hearing, or cultural disruption that shifts him an >>>


      GOVERNMENT FAILURE, PRIVATE SUCCESS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      By Michael Tanner WASHINGTON While the response to hurricane Katrina has uncovered failures of government at every level – federal, state, and local – it has also revealed again the amazing generosity and effectiveness of America‘s private charitable efforts.

America is the most generous nati >>>


      HE CAME, HE SAW, HE BURNED
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Sherman‘s march through Georgia sets the scene for E.L. Doctorow‘s version of the Civil War novel By Yvonne Zipp There have been so many books written about the American Civil War, it seems as if every soldier should have had a chapter named after him by now.

The field is so crowded that E.L. Docto >>>


      HURRICANE POLITICS ASIDE, A DEMOCRAT SEES SOLIDARITY WITH BUSH AS CONSTRUCTIVE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      By Donna Brazile WASHINGTON New Orleans is my hometown. It is the place where I grew up, where my family still lives. For me, it is a place of comfort and memories. It is home.

Now my home needs your help, and the help of every American. Much of my city is still under water. Its historical buildings have been >>>


      IN RURAL TOWNS, A WAY OF LIFE WASHED AWAY
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor EMPIRE, LA.

As he drives his pickup truck through town – now reachable only via a makeshift road along the levee – Tony Slavich offers an impromptu tour.

The trailer of a friend who left before the storm on his oyster boat. The newly renovated >>>


      LUCY AND THE BEES
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      A Christian Science article for kids Lucy lived at Emerald Hill Farm with her mom, dad, and three little sisters.

Emerald Hill Farm was situated on the side of a hill with green pastures and trees all around. When Lucy got off the bus after school, she had to walk partway up the hill to the big farmhouse. Afte >>>


      NORTH KOREA‘S AGREEMENT TO SCRAP ITS NUKES
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      An agreement in principle was the first step. Details will be addressed in November talks.

By Donald Kirk and Howard LaFranchi SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA; AND WASHINGTON The most protracted talks over the standoff on the Korean peninsula since the Korean War ended in 1'53 concluded Monday with a facesaving "s >>>


      US HAVING A HARD TIME FINDING ALLIES FOR UN REFORM
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
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      WHERE IS GOD WHEN HIS CHILDREN SUFFER?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      An age–old question follows in Katrina‘s wake By Tom D‘Evelyn The awesomely destructive power of nature in a tsunami or hurricane may make doubters of us all. As David Bentley Hart writes, "Nature squanders us with such magnificent prodigality that it is hard not to think that something enduringl >>>


      WHO WILL TAKE GERMANY‘S TOP OFFICE?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor BERLIN Europe‘s largest economy is momentarily rudderless as both incumbent Chancellor Gerhard Schrder and his challenger Angela Merkel claimed Germany‘s top office the morning after one of the biggest election surprises in the country‘s recent history.< >>>


      WHY ARE AMERICA‘S SCHOOLS MORE SEPARATE THAN EVER?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Forty years later, Jonathan Kozol continues his crusade By Stacy A. Teicher Americans have long celebrated the brave children who faced down fear and hatred to integrate schools after the Supreme Court‘s landmark 1'54 decision in Brown v. Board of Education. But where is the zeal to finish the project of educ >>>


      WHY OTHERS MAY FEAR AMERICA‘S POWER
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      A Harvard professor makes the case for a kinder, gentler US foreign policy By Daniel Kurtz–Phelan One of the best ways to insult people in the foreign policy world is to call them "immature." Maturity, the idea goes, is what separates serious professionals from reckless amateurs, pragmatists from ideolo >>>


      WHY THE LIGHTS MOSTLY STAYED ON IN THE US THIS SUMMER
      The Christian Science Monitor, 20-09-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor LOS ANGELES Temperatures remained stuck somewhere between scorched and scalding across the Northeast this summer, but there was always enough electric power to keep air conditioners humming.

When a misdirected utility crew cut into a bundle of live electrical wire >>>


      CORRECTION – – L‘AGENCE EUROPÉENNE DU MÉDICAMENT SUSPEND LE VACCIN HEXAVAC
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      mardi 20 septembre 2005 (Reuters – 15:41) Dans notre dépęche intitulée "L‘Agence européenne du médicament suspend le vaccin Hexavac", bien lire que l‘Hexavac est un vaccin développé par Sanofi Pasteur MSD, une coentreprise ŕ 50/50 entre Sanofi Pasteur >>>


      DU TOC AU DOC
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      de deux choses l‘une. Ou David LaChapelle est un grand sensible, un coeur pur qui s‘enflamme comme une torche d';s qu‘il est question du sort des pauvres aux Etats–Unis... Ou alors c‘est un expert en manipulation, capable de jouer la comédie une semaine durant pour la promo f >>>


      DÉCČS Ŕ VIENNE DE SIMON WIESENTHAL, "CHASSEUR DE NAZIS"
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      mardi 20 septembre 2005 (Reuters – 0':18) VIENNE – Simon Wiesenthal, qui a consacré sa vie ŕ débusquer les anciens responsables nazis qui se cachent dans le monde depuis 1'45, est décédé ŕ Vienne ŕ l‘âge de '6 ans, annonce le site internet du Ce >>>


      IRAK : UNE ÉMEUTE ENFLAMME BASSORA
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      deux chars britanniques calcinés et un nombre encore indéterminé de blessés : tel est le premier bilan de l‘émeute qui a éclaté hier ŕ Bassora, le grand port du sud de l‘Irak oů sont déployés les soldats britanniques et qui est relativement épargn >>>


      L‘AGENCE EUROPÉENNE DU MÉDICAMENT SUSPEND LE VACCIN HEXAVAC
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      mardi 20 septembre 2005 (Reuters – 14:10) LONDRES – L‘Agence européenne du médicament annonce avoir suspendu les ventes de l‘Hexavac, un vaccin combiné de Sanofi–Aventis, de peur qu‘il n‘offre pas une protection adéquate pour l‘une des maladies contre >>>


      L‘EUROPE BLOGUÉE
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      la construction européenne est–elle sous le coup d‘une malédiction, liée aux intéręts divergents des peuples qui la constituent, ou ses soubresauts ne sont–ils que les avatars naturels dans une évolution complexe vers une supranationalité ? Les élections fran&# >>>


      L‘EUROPE PRÉCONISE DES SANCTIONS
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      les Européens ont distribué, hier ŕ Vienne, un projet de résolution demandant ŕ l‘Agence internationale de l‘énergie atomique (AIEA) de transférer cette semaine le dossier nucléaire iranien au Conseil de sécurité de l‘ONU.

«Nous allons demand >>>


      LA TCHÉTCHÉNIE EMPĘTRÉE DANS LES RAPTS ET LES RACHATS
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      blotties dans la cour de la mosquée de Novye Atagui, petit village tchétch';ne ŕ une vingtaine de kilom';tres au sud de Grozny, une vingtaine de femmes ŕ bout de nerfs pleurent et implorent, sans plus savoir ŕ qui adresser leur désespoir. Toutes racontent ŕ peu pr >>>


      LA TEMPĘTE RITA FRÔLE LE STATUT D‘OURAGAN, S‘APPROCHE DES USA
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      mardi 20 septembre 2005 (Reuters – 0':0') par Jane Sutton MIAMI – Trois semaines apr';s l‘ouragan dévastateur Katrina, la tempęte tropicale Rita gagne en puissance ŕ l‘approche de l‘archipel floridien des Keys et du littoral du golfe du Mexique.

La t >>>


      LE NUCLÉAIRE, ARME DE RALLIEMENT EN IRAN
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      le nucléaire est populaire en Iran. Et męme si la propagande gouvernementale est réelle, les Iraniens, toutes tendances confondues, ont chacun une idée sur la question. Pour une majorité, la technologie nucléaire représente une énergie prodigieuse qui améliorerait le quotid >>>


      LES SINISTRÉS DE KATRINA
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      les conséquences du cyclone Katrina ŕ La Nouvelle–Orléans ont fait l‘objet d‘une couverture médiatique ŕ la hauteur de l‘événement. A l‘instar de leurs confr';res américains de CNN ou de Fox News, les journalistes du monde entier ont largeme >>>


      MA COALITION
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      ingouvernable, vraiment, l‘Allemagne sortie des urnes de dimanche ? Allons ! Aucune société ne saurait l‘ętre, lorsque plus de 77 % de ses citoyens participent ŕ des élections législatives. Sauf, bien s$';r (et une fois bien établi qu‘avec 2,2 % des suffrages >>>


      NOUVELLE ÉVACUATION Ŕ LA NOUVELLE–ORLÉANS
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      mardi 20 septembre 2005 (Reuters – 08:00) par Ellen Wulfhorst et Andy Sullivan LA NOUVELLE–ORLEANS – Trois semaines apr';s le passage de l‘ouragan Katrina, Ray Nagin, maire de La Nouvelle–Orléans, a suspendu le programme de retour des habitants et a invité tous ceux qui s >>>


      PS, LES DONNÉES DU PROBLČME
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      les Français, tout ŕ leurs difficultés (rentrée scolaire onéreuse, essence trop ch';re, risque du chômage, précarité renforcée, insécurité sociale et menace terroriste), n‘ont tout d‘abord pas totalement pręté attention ŕ ce fait >>>


      PYONGYANG RENTRERAIT DANS LE RANG
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      plus personne n‘y croyait... Christopher Hill, le délégué américain, avait annoncé qu‘il reprendrait l‘avion pour Washington apr';s la réunion d‘hier, quelle qu‘en soit l‘issue. Il ne repart pas les mains vides : la Corée du Nord, pour la p >>>


      RITA SOUFFLE SUR LES TRACES DE KATRINA
      Liberation, 20-09-2005
      trois semaines apr';s l‘ouragan Katrina qui a dévasté la Louisiane, la tempęte tropicale Rita a gagné en puissance mardi ŕ l‘approche de l‘archipel floridien des Keys et du littoral du Golfe du Mexique. En début d‘apr';s–midi, elle s‘est >>>



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