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      UMSTRITTENER DIREKTOR FÜR US–KATASTROPHENHILFE NIMMT HUT
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Großansicht Washington (dpa) – Der seit der Hurrikan–Katastrophe umstrittene Direktor der US–Behörde für Katastrophenmanagement (FEMA), Michael Brown, ist am Montag zurückgetreten. Das berichteten mehrere US–Fernsehsender.

Brown war für die schleppende Hilfe nac >>>


      UN ERÖFFNEN 60. SITZUNG IHRER VOLLVERSAMMLUNG
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Großansicht New York (dpa) – Nur einen Tag vor dem größten Gipfeltreffen aller Zeiten eröffnen die Vereinten Nationen heute die 60. Sitzung ihrer Vollversammlung. Die Präsidentschaft hat in diesem Jahr der frühere schwedische Außenminister Jan Eliasson.

Er war für >>>


      UNION STELLT SICH VOR KIRCHHOF
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Berlin (dpa)– Die Unionsspitze stellt sich angesichts der Dauerkritik von Kanzler Gerhard Schröder und der SPD jetzt demonstrativ vor ihren Finanzexperten Paul Kirchhof. Auch Ex– Fraktionschef Friedrich Merz nahm den designierten Finanzminister in Schutz. Kirchhof selbst sprach sich für eine «Tand >>>


      UNIONS–FINANZEXPERTE KIRCHHOF ERH'6;LT «DEUTSCHEN MITTELSTANDSPREIS»
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Düsseldorf (dpa) – Der Finanzexperte im Unions–Wahlteam, Paul Kirchhof, wird für sein umstrittenes Steuermodell ausgezeichnet. Er erhält den vom Informationsdienstverlag «markt intern» verliehenen «Deutschen Mittelstandspreis 2005». Das teilte der Verlag in Düsseldorf mit.

Kirch >>>


      UNRUHEN IN NORDIRLAND HALTEN AN
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Großansicht Belfast (dpa) – In der nordirischen Provinzhauptstadt Belfast ist es in der dritten Nacht in Folge zu gewalttätigen Ausschreitungen protestantischer Extremisten gekommen. Wie die Polizei in der Nacht zum Dienstag mitteilte, wurden die Sicherheitskräfte mit Steinen, Brandbomben und Feuer >>>


      UNRUHEN IN NORDIRLAND HALTEN IN DRITTER NACHT IN FOLGE AN
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Belfast (dpa) – In der nordirischen Provinzhauptstadt Belfast ist es in der dritten Nacht in Folge zu Ausschreitungen protestantischer Extremisten gekommen. Wie die Polizei mitteilte, wurden die Sicherheitskräfte mit Steinen, Brandbomben und Feuerwerkskörpern angegriffen; erneut gingen Autos in Flammen >>>


      US–DRUCK AUF SYRIEN IM ANTITERROR–KAMPF NIMMT ZU
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Großansicht Bagdad/Kairo (dpa) – Im Streit um die Sicherung der syrisch–irakischen Grenze gegen islamische Extremisten kommt Syrien zunehmend unter Druck.

US–Vize–Außenminister Robert Zoellick erklärte in einem Interview mit dem Nachrichtensender Al–Arabija, es w >>>


      VEREINTE NATIONEN ERÖFFNEN 60. SITZUNG IHRER VOLLVERSAMMLUNG
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      New York (dpa) – Nur einen Tag vor dem größten Gipfeltreffen aller Zeiten eröffnen die Vereinten Nationen heute die 60. Sitzung ihrer Vollversammlung. Die Präsidentschaft hat in diesem Jahr der frühere schwedische Außenminister Jan Eliasson. Bereits morgen treffen bis zu 175 Staats&n >>>


      VERFASSUNGSGERICHT WILL ÜBER KLAGE ZUR AUSZ'6;HLUNG ENTSCHEIDEN
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Großansicht Karlsruhe (dpa) – Das Bundesverfassungsgericht will nach eigenen Angaben noch diese Woche entscheiden, ob die Stimmen zur Bundestagswahl wie geplant am 18. September ausgezählt werden.

«Rund ein halbes Dutzend» Klagen oder Eilanträge gegen die frühzeitige Veröffentlic >>>


      WENIGER BESCH'6;FTIGTE UND MEHR UMSATZ IM DEUTSCHEN HANDWERK
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Wiesbaden (dpa) – Der Personalabbau im deutschen Handwerk setzt sich fort. Ende Juni 2005 gab es in den Betrieben 3,5 Prozent weniger Beschäftigte als im Vorjahresquartal. Das teilte das Statistische Bundesamt mit. Bereits im ersten Vierteljahr 2005 war die Zahl der Bauarbeiter, Maler, Kfz–Mechaniker u >>>


      WIDERSTAND IN NATO GEGEN VERSCHMELZUNG DER AFGHANISTAN–EINS'6;TZE
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Die von den USA geforderte Zusammenlegung der verschiedenen Afghanistan–Einsätze ist vorerst nicht Sicht. Beim informellen NATO–Verteidigungsministertreffen in Berlin meldeten Deutschland und andere Bündnispartner erneut Bedenken an. Die US Regierung will die von der NATO gef& >>>


      ÜBER 200 «BÜNDNISSE FÜR FAMILIE» GEGRÜNDET
      Die Welt, 13-09-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – In über 200 Kreisen und Städten haben sich seit Anfang 2004 «Bündnisse für Familie» gegründet. Das erklärte Familienministerin Renate Schmidt bei einem Treffen dieser Bündnisse in Berlin. Das Konzept gehe auf, sagte Schmidt. Die Zahl wachse an. Es handelt sich dab >>>


      ULSTER MARCHES BACK TO THE PAST
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? It was as if the past seven years had never happened. The violence that tore through Belfast over the weekend came straight out of the pre–Good Friday Agreement dark ages.

Choreographed by paramilitaries of the Ulster Volunteer Force, ‘Loyalist‘ thugs took on the police and Army >>>


      ‘DON‘T PANIC BUY‘, MOTORISTS WARNED
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Petrol retailers have appealed for calm as some forecourts warned they could run dry amid panic buying by motorists in advance of expected fuel protests.

Some petrol stations warned last night they would run out of fuel today if demand continues at the same rate as over recent days.

Prote >>>


      ALL HAIL OUR CONQUERING ASHES HEROES!
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Celebrations: Captain Vaughan holds the Ashes Tens of thousands of jubilant cricket fans are expected to line the streets of central London today to celebrate England‘s Ashes triumph with a victory parade.

The victorious team will take part in an open–top bus parade through the centre >>>


      ALL HAIL OUR CONQUERING ASHES HEROES!
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Joy: Cricket fans line the route England‘s victorious Ashes team have joined in a rousing chorus of Jerusalem with 25,000 of jubilant fans in Trafalgar Square.

The triumphant players, accompanied by their wives, girlfriends and children, paraded through the streets of London on a open– >>>


      ALOPECIA: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Gail Porter: ‘Bald but not afraid‘ Troubled TV presenter Gail Porter has lost almost all her trademark blonde hair as a result of the devastating condition alopecia areata. Gail, who has said she is ‘bald but not afraid‘, said last week that she lost most of her hair overnight while >>>


      ANDY TOWNSEND‘S EURO FILES
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Andy Townsend Pundit Andy Townsend looks ahead to the start of the new Champions League season and gives his predictions for the English clubs involved with both Liverpool and Manchester United facing tricky trips to Spain while Chelsea and Arsenal are home to Anderlecht and FC Thun respectively.

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      ASHES GLORY LED BY PIETERSEN
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Kevin Pietersen emerged as a hero of his adopted nation after scoring a maiden Test century which guided England to an historic Ashes victory and sparked party celebrations at The Oval and beyond.

Two months after polarising opinion about the value of his selection ahead of veteran Graham Thorpe f >>>


      ASHES MEMORIES WILL LAST FOREVER – GILES
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      Ashley Giles believes England‘s memories of winning the Ashes for the first time since 1'86 will stay with them "forever".

The spinner had to contend with severe criticism following defeat in the first Test at Lord‘s but had the last laugh as his 58 in the final match at The Oval, alo >>>


      BANKS IN THE DOCK OVER &#163;5BN ‘PROTECTION RACKET‘
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      Banks are to be investigated over a 5billion–a–year ‘protection racket‘ involving the sale of costly insurance linked to loans and credit cards.

Twenty million payment protection insurance policies have been sold to borrowers who believe their repayments will be covered if they fall ill >>>


      BOMB SUSPECT LOSES EXTRADITION CASE
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Italy‘s highest court has upheld the extradition to Britain of a suspect in the failed July 21 London bombing who was arrested in Rome, a lawyer said.

The decision by the Court of Cassation cannot be appealed. Suspect Hamdi Issac, also known as Osman Hussain, is expected to be transferred to >>>


      BRITONS WARNED OVER THEFT IN SPAIN
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Spain is the top theft hot spot for British holidaymakers, according to a new survey.

Over a third (38%) of Britons who have fallen victim to crime overseas recently have done so in Spain. This is followed closely by France (14%), Italy (7%) and Greece (5%).

Overall more than one in 10 Br >>>


      BROWN APPEALS TO OPEC OVER FUEL PRICES
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Panic buying: Motorists queue at garages Chancellor Gordon Brown has called for a number of urgent measures to tackle the cause of soaring oil prices as Britain faces demonstrations and motorway go–slows in protest over the price of fuel.

His call comes after petrol retailers appealed for ca >>>


      BROWN URGES OPEC OVER OIL MARKET
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Chancellor Gordon Brown will is set to call for co–ordinated international action to stabilise the world oil market in the face of the threat of new fuel protests and panic buying by motorists.

He will set out a plan for concerted global action that he will take to the annual meetings of the >>>


      CANCER PILL ‘CUTS RELAPSE RISK‘
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? A new breast cancer pill that is said to slash the risk of relapse by almost a third has been launched in the UK.

Aromasin is the latest in a new generation of drugs that fight breast cancer by blocking production of oestrogen in post–menopausal women.

It is licensed for women who h >>>


      CRICKET CRAZY LONDON CELEBRATES WIN
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? England‘s Ashes heroes celebrated their triumph with tens of thousands of fans as they paraded through the capital amid jubilant scenes.

Cheering crowds packed streets throughout the city to hail captain Michael Vaughan and his team as they toured in an open–topped bus.

The vi >>>


      DIETING? I‘D RATHER BE FAT AND JOLLY, LAUGHS FERN
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Big and proud of it: Fern Britton As her recent smiling appearance on the beach revealed, Fern Britton has no problem with being one of life‘s larger ladies.

But yesterday she was accused of being too proud of her outsize figure after proclaiming: ‘Diets don‘t work.‘ The 48 >>>


      ENGLAND SHOULD TREASURE KP: WARNE
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Shane Warne admits he had no answer on his final Ashes appearance in this country to the special talent of Kevin Pietersen – a cricketer he urges England to treasure as long as they have him.

Warne was a proud man as he reflected on the 40 wickets he took in this summer‘s battle for th >>>


      EVERYDAY OBJECTS COULD SPREAD MRSA
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Everyday objects used frequently in hospitals such as pens, patient notes and computer keyboards could be helping the spread of the MRSA superbug, an expert has warned.

A study by University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust found charts, case notes, bins, pens and keyboards on an inte >>>


      FERTILITY RISK FOR HARD–DRINKING MEN
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Heavy drinking can affect men‘s fertility More than two and a half million men are risking their fertility by drinking, smoking and eating too much.

Doctors say British men should start leading a healthier life to increase their chances of having a family.

A survey reveals that a st >>>


      FINALLY... FLETCHER REWARDED WITH CITIZENSHIP
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      England‘s Ashes–winning coach Duncan Fletcher England coach Duncan Fletcher has finally been granted British citizenship as the team he fashioned recaptured the Ashes from Australia.

The 56–year–old Zimbabwe–born manager had battled for 15 years to claim a passport and it is belie >>>


      FO CONFIRMS HURRICANE KILLED BRITON
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? One Briton has been confirmed to have been killed by Hurricane Katrina.

A Foreign Office spokesman the victim was a long–term resident of New Orleans and their family lived there too.

He could not say if they were male or female or how or when they died. Look here too... Skip gossip >>>


      FOOTBALL BOSS TARGETED BY ‘RACIST ABUSE‘ IN PETROL QUEUE
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Ex–England footballer Keith Curle was racially abused while queueing for petrol, he said today.

The former Wolverhampton Wanderers and Manchester City defender, who is black, was trying to join a line of cars at a Shell garage in Chester when the incident took place shortly before 'pm ye >>>


      FRESH VIOLENCE ERUPTS IN BELFAST
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Loyalist petrol bombers attacked a Belfast police station as violence flared again on the city‘s streets.

Cars were set on fire and main roads shut during the third night of disorder. Mobs went back on the rampage after protestors brought rush–hour chaos on routes out of the city. Poli >>>


      FUNERAL HELD FOR TRAGIC BABY LARA
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? The funeral of a tiny infant known only as Baby Lara who was discovered entombed in a block of concrete will be held today.

The identity of the child, whose body was only found by chance, still remains a mystery despite police and forensic investigations.

The remains of the youngster, tho >>>


      GILCHRIST HAILS WARNE AS ‘ONE OF THE GREATEST‘
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      Legend: Probably the best bowler the world has ever seen Australia wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist has hailed Shane Warne as "one of the greatest" after the spinner‘s 40–wicket haul over the summer ended in Ashes defeat.

Warne claimed 12 wickets at The Oval in the fifth Test, but England held >>>


      HAIN SET TO PROCLAIM CEASEFIRE OVER
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Loyalist paramilitaries who brought their gunmen onto the streets of Belfast during ferocious rioting are set to have their ceasefire declared over.

As protesters brought new traffic chaos on routes out of the city, Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain finalised plans to deliver an official verdi >>>


      HEWLETT–PACKARD TO AXE '68 UK JOBS
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Hewlett–Packard is to cut '68 jobs in the UK as part of its worldwide restructuring, the company has confirmed.

The company has sites in Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Warrington, Bracknell, Reading and Bristol.

The group said it was too early to say which of its UK locations woul >>>


      HIGH FUEL PRICES PUSH UP INFLATION
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Higher petrol prices drove inflation further above the Government‘s 2% target last month, official figures show.

The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) moved up to 2.4% in August from 2.3% the previous month – meaning it remains at the highest level since current records began in 1''7 >>>


      I NEARLY DROPPED HAREWOOD, ADMITS PARDEW
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Marlon Harewood celebrates a Premiership hat–trick against Aston Villa West Ham boss Alan Pardew admitted he had second thoughts about playing hat–trick hero Marlon Harewood against Aston Villa – but he never doubted his goalscoring quality.

Harewood missed a hatful of chances in >>>


      IRAQI TAXI DRIVER DESCRIBES BEATING
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? An Iraqi taxi driver has told a court how he was brutally beaten unconscious by a group of British soldiers.

The seven servicemen, who are also accused of murdering an 18–year–old man in the same attack, listened to their alleged assault victim as he gave evidence at their court martia >>>


      ISSAC TO BE EXTRADITED TO BRITAIN
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Italy‘s highest court has upheld the extradition to Britain of a suspect in the failed July 21 London bombing who was arrested in Rome, a lawyer said.

The court‘s decision cannot be appealed. The suspect, Hamdi Issac – a British citizen also known as Osman Hussain – is expe >>>


      JAILED BRITON‘S FATHER MEETS STRAW
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? The father of a British teenager jailed in Bulgaria for a crime to which another man confessed met Foreign Secretary Jack Straw.

Michael Shields, 18, was jailed for 15 years after he was found guilty of the attempted murder of a man in Golden Sands, Varna, in May.

The teenager was holiday >>>


      JORDAN‘S TACKY FAIRYTALE WEDDING
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Newlyweds: Jordan and Peter There were hair extensions, hand–made ivory shoes and a ring made of 20 princess–cut diamonds – and that was just for the groom.

Glamour girl Jordan wore a three yards wide, Barbie–pink gown with a corset made from thousands of pink Swarovski cry >>>


      LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU... FOR &POUND;1MILLION AN HOUR
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Star attraction: Robbie Williams If you wanted Robbie Williams played at your party, you‘d check your CD collection.

Michael Spencer checked with the man himself. Then it was simply a matter of handing over 1million before Williams turned up to provide the entertainment at Mr Spencer‘s >>>


      LONDON SET TO HAIL CRICKET HEROES
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? A parade to celebrate England‘s victory in the Ashes series will be held through the streets of London, Mayor Ken Livingstone has said.

The England team will board an open–top bus at Mansion House on Tuesday morning before travelling to Trafalgar Square for a celebratory event.

>>>


      LOYALIST GROUPS IN CALL ON VIOLENCE
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Loyalist paramilitaries have called for an end to the violence sweeping through parts of Northern Ireland.

The Ulster Defence Association in north Belfast, one of the worst affected areas, said the rioting which has left more than 60 police officers injured and caused damage running into millions >>>


      MAN CHARGED WITH FIREARMS OFFENCES
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? A painter and decorator was allegedly caught with seven guns at the height of loyalist rioting that has engulfed Belfast, a court has heard.

Colin Harbinson, 34, was also charged with possessing bomb–making equipment, ammunition and terrorist clothing.

The suspect spoke only to conf >>>


      MASS PROTEST FEARED AT ARMS FAIR
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? A mass protest by anti–arms trade campaigners is expected as Europe‘s biggest arms fair starts in Britain.

The biennial Defence Systems Equipment International, which is funded by the Ministry of Defence, is beginning at the Excel centre in London‘s Docklands.

Campaigner >>>


      MAYOR: ‘SNIFFER TRAPS‘ COULD CATCH TUBE BOMBERS
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? London Mayor Ken Livingstone is investigating new technology which would sniff out explosives on the Tube.

Mr Livingstone told MPs it was one option being considered to make the transport network safer after the London bombings which killed 52 innocent people.

"We are working to see >>>


      MPS QUIZ CLARKE ON JULY 7 ATTACKS
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Home Secretary Charles Clarke and Britain‘s top policeman Sir Ian Blair will face intense questioning by MPs over their response to the London bombings.

Both will appear before the all–party Home Affairs Select Committee in a special one–off session in the Commons.

The s >>>


      OURS AT LAST! FREE ENGLAND‘S ASHES VICTORY WALLPAPER
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      Michael Vaughan leads the English victory celebrations England have reclaimed the Ashes after an unforgettable summer of cricket.

Michael Vaughan‘s men ended 16 years of English defeat at the hands of the Australians with Kevin Pietersen leading from the front as England secured a 2–1 series victor >>>


      PARTY TIME AS ENGLAND PARADE ASHES
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? England‘s Ashes celebrations continued into Trafalgar Square where thousands of cricket fans turned out to hail Michael Vaughan‘s team.

The Ashes victory parade began at Mansion House and was winding its way along the Strand to a site which has become synonymous over the last two years >>>


      PARTY TIME FOR HEROIC FLINTOFF
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? England hero Andrew Flintoff was ready to celebrate after helping England recapture the Ashes.

After playing his part in England earning the required draw at The Oval to win the series 2–1, the 27–year–old collected the inaugural Compton–Miller award for best player of the >>>


      PERFECT DAY FOR PIETERSEN
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Kevin Pietersen toasted the best day of his life after his maiden Test hundred sealed England‘s first Ashes success for 18 years.

South African–born Pietersen struck 158 to defy Australia at the Oval on another day of fraught nerves as time ran out on the tourists‘ victory bid.>>>


      POLICE ATTACKED IN FURTHER RIOTING
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Police came under renewed attack in a third night of loyalist violence which spread well outside Belfast.

Petrol bombs, paint bombs and blast bombs were rained down on officers across Belfast and many surrounding towns. Cars were hijacked and set on fire to be used as burning blockades on main tho >>>


      PROTESTERS GEAR UP FOR FUEL DEMOS
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Organisers of Wednesday‘s nationwide fuel protests are gearing up for a day of what they hope will be peaceful demonstrations.

It is the second time Andrew Spence, a farmer and haulier, from Consett, County Durham, has been at the forefront of fuel protests.

The 38–year– >>>


      RICH HAVE EDUCATION CHOICE – BLAIR
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? The Prime Minister has admitted that the better–off had choice and power over the education system.

And he said he was not naive enough to believe they would ever achieve a situation where wealth did not matter in schooling.

"But neither am I defeatist enough to believe we cann >>>


      SPURS STRIKER HIT WITH FA CHARGES
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Tottenham striker Mido has denied a Football Association charge of improper conduct and requested a personal hearing.

The charge related to his reaction to his sending off for an aerial challenge on Asier del Horno during the match against Chelsea on August 27 and his failure to leave the field of >>>


      SUMMERTIME... AND THE LIVING IS EASY
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      Advertising promotion We asked busy mum of a teenager, Denise Davy, to check out the all new Peugeot 1007 Automatic sliding doors A choice of 11 colours Interchangeable interior trim Excellent safety rating – five stars on the EURO NCAP safety tests Over the years I guess I‘ve driven most of the small cars >>>


      TERROR BRITON GETS 47 YEARS IN JAIL
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? A British businessman has been jailed for 47 years in the US after being convicted of attempting to support terrorism.

Hemant Lakhani, 70, of north London, carried out "heinous crimes" which included brokering an arms deal for an undercover FBI agent.

He had been found guilty in >>>


      TERROR CHARGE BRITON GETS 47 YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? A British businessman is beginning a 47–year jail sentence in the US after being convicted of attempting to support terrorism.

Hemant Lakhani, 70, of north London, carried out "horrendous" crimes that included brokering an arms deal for an undercover FBI agent.

He had been >>>


      THE SUDOKU WORKOUT
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Queen of puzzles: Carol Vorderman Research has shown that keeping the mind agile is just as important as keeping fit in the battle to stay young. In fact, by stretching the brain with regular crossword and sudoku puzzles, you can make your brain appear up to 14 years younger. Here, Professor Ian Robertson, >>>


      THE WORDS TO JERUSALEM
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      Jerusalem has become England‘s new sporting anthem on the back of our incredible Ashes victory.

But do you know the words. Here‘s a hymn sheet in case you need to refresh your memory: JERUSALEM Don‘t miss today Caption competition: Test your wits!

Gallery: Foreign coaches – hit >>>


      THREE YEAR WAIT FOR NHS HEARING AIDS
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Patients can wait three years for hearing aids Patients are waiting up to three years to get an NHS hearing aid, seven weeks up on last year, despite government attempts to cut queues.

The report from the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists found the hard of hearing now wait an average of >>>


      TRAINEE NURSES ‘IN SPIRAL OF DEBT‘
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Nursing students are facing soaring levels of debt in efforts to complete their training, research has revealed.

A survey of more than 2,000 student and newly qualified nurses and midwives found that the proportion of students struggling with debts of more than 10,000 had doubled in the last two y >>>


      TWO MILLION WORKERS ‘PANIC SAVING‘
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? An estimated 2.6 million people are panic saving, desperately trying to set aside as much money as possible in the last few years before they retire, researchers have claimed.

Insurance giant Prudential said around 17% of people aged between 55 and 64 who were panic saving were setting aside at le >>>


      UK DROPS IN QUALIFICATIONS LEAGUE
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? The UK has slipped down the international education league tables after the number of pupils leaving school with basic qualifications failed to improve, a major study found.

The Organisation for Economic Co–operation and Development warned that the social divide between people with five good >>>


      US DISASTER CHIEF RESIGNS FROM POST
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? America‘s emergencies chief resigned on Monday – three days after losing his onsite command of the Hurricane Katrina relief effort.

US Federal Emergency Management Agency director Mike Brown said he has resigned "in the best interest of the agency and best interest of the presiden >>>


      VAUGHAN PREDICTS SHINING FUTURE
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Captain Michael Vaughan believes his England side can be together for years and go on to ‘great things‘ after their historic Ashes success.

After sealing a 2–1 victory by virtue of the fifth Test draw at the Oval, to record a first series triumph over Australia in nine attempts, >>>


      VAUGHAN: WE WON‘T REST ON OUR LAURELS
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      England celebrate Ashes victory Michael Vaughan was today preparing to lead England on an open–top bus parade through the streets of London to celebrate his country‘s first Ashes triumph in a generation – but he is already planning his team‘s next great challenge too.

Vaughan last night >>>


      WIN &#163;50K OFF YOUR MORTGAGE
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
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      YOUTH QUIZZED OVER TEENAGE FEUD MURDERS
      The Daily Mail, 13-09-2005
      What is RSS? Victim: Twood Nadauld Detectives are still questioning an 18–year–old man today on suspicion of murdering two teenage friends on a woodland path.

The youth was one of two men arrested close to the spot on the edge of Wokingham, Berkshire, where Steven Bayliss, 16, and his 14–year >>>


      ACADEMIC: NO ‘NEW‘ ANTI–SEMITISM
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      AN ORGY OF LOOTING AND ARSON
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      By MATTHEW GUTMAN NEVEH DEKALIM, GAZA Hours after the IDF rolled out, vans bristling with masked gunmen and blaring martial music rolled into this abandoned settlement, passing donkey carts laden with loot and families picnicking on yellowing lawns.

OC Southern Command Maj.–Gen. Dan Harel officially cede >>>


      CELEBRITY GRAPEVINE
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      DESPITE GAZA MAYHEM, IDF TO SHIFT FOCUS TO CIVIL AFFAIRS
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      By MARGOT DUDKEVITCH Despite a day of burnings, disorder and chaos, the IDF confirmed that it would shift focus from coordinating security to civilian matters in the Gaza Strip.

With the end of military control, there is a need not only for humanitarian assistance but also for coordinating the entry of Palesti >>>


      EIB CONSIDERS ISRAEL INVESTMENT
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      ESSAY: SNIP JUDGMENT
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      By CALEV BEN–DAVID If you were circumcised as an adult and have experienced sexual relations both before and afterwards, then Emily Bazelon wants to know about it.

Why that concerns me – and may concern you – takes a little explaining. Bazelon, a writer for the on–line magazine Slate, comments in h >>>


      FUNNY GIRL WITH A SOFT SPOT
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      On an average comedy show night at Tel Aviv‘s Tzavta, you can sit for hours and watch wiry, dark men perform monologues heavy on imitations, word play and no–mercy insult comedy. As in most parts of the world, the stand–up scene in Israel remains a smoky clubhouse to which only the macho need apply.>>>


      GAZA PULLOUT OVER IN LESS THAN 12 HOURS
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      HADAD QUALIFIES IN BEIJING
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      HOLD PALESTINIANS ACCOUNTABLE
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      Israelis awoke yesterday to the news that the gates to Gaza had been ceremoniously shut, and that the Palestinians‘ joyous burning of Gush Katif‘s synagogues, which the cabinet had voted not to destroy, had begun. We were also informed that the US State Department had criticized the cabinet decision not to >>>


      ITURAN PLANS TO RAISE $46.5M.
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      JEWISH GROUPS PUSH ISRAEL‘S CAUSE
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      KATSAV CONDEMNS PALESTINIAN VANDALISM
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      By GREER FAY CASHMAN President Moshe Katsav on Monday condemned the wild stampede by jubilant Palestinians on former Jewish settlements in Gaza and the setting ablaze of former synagogues as acts of outright vandalism lacking in humanity and morality.

Speaking to reporters in the course of a meeting with leade >>>


      PRESIDENT AGGRAVATES FIGHT OVER CROATIAN CHIEF RABBI
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      SILVER JUBILEE FOR HERZLIYA CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      By JASON SILBERMAN Harvey Bordowitz, conductor and founder of the Herzliya Chamber Orchestra, has reason to smile.

The orchestra, which he founded 25 years ago and has conducted ever since, is celebrating its silver anniversary this year, in a program beginning in November and culminating in June 2006, packed >>>


      TEVA INAUGURATES $80M. J‘LEM FACTORY
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      THE LAST DETAIL
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      THE TOMER SEASON
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      By DOREE LEWAK Perched eight floors above the heart of Manhattan‘s pulsating garment district

– yards of fabric being shuttled back and forth, bike messengers zigzagging around pedestrians – is a more tranquil environment, but one bubbling beneath the surface with excitement. Suddenly, a flop >>>


      THIRD NIGHT OF RIOTING IN BELFAST
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      By ASSOCIATED PRESS Protestant hard–liners blocked roads all over Belfast in the Monday evening rush hour, causing massive traffic jams and threatening a third night of rioting with police and British troops.

Starting about 4 p.m. thousands of Protestant men, women and children staged sit–down prot >>>


      WHAT COWS AND WORKERS SHARE
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
      By JUDY SIEGEL–ITZKOVICH Workers are more productive when their environment is cool – and the same is true of cows. The Agriculture Ministry and The Hebrew University‘s agriculture faculty in Rehovot are in charge of an Israeli–developed technique to keep dairy cows comfortable in summer, and reduce t >>>


      YAM THETIS IN TALKS WITH BRITISH GAS OVER NATURAL GAS SUPPLY
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-09-2005
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      A HALF CENTURY LATER, A FULL LOOK AT MATISSE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 13-09-2005
      Fifty years after his death, the first biography of Matisse is complete – and revelatory. By Christopher Andreae Those two rival giants of 20th century avant–garde art, Picasso and Matisse

– whose work was so publicly antithetical – privately "drew closer than ever before" in >>>


      A LOVE LETTER TO THE NOVEL – COMPLETE WITH READING LIST
      The Christian Science Monitor, 13-09-2005
      If you can‘t get to English class, pick up this book instead By Marjorie Kehe I have always believed that the world can be divided into two broad categories: English majors and non–English majors. It doesn‘t matter that many people have never been anywhere near a college campus. You can still tell whi >>>


      A RADICAL VOWS TO FIGHT BRITAIN‘S EXPULSION PLAN
      The Christian Science Monitor, 13-09-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor LONDON Yasir al–Sirri is no stranger to British courtrooms. Since he sought asylum here 11 years ago the Egyptian Islamic radical has been in and out of jail, and has successfully fought off attempts to extradite him on terrorism charges to both the US and Egypt.
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      A RETURN TO THE BIG EASY BEGINS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 13-09-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor NEW ORLEANS Nita Hemeter drove back to New Orleans after vacationing in Italy during the hurricane. At each checkpoint, she told officers that she needed to rescue her two dogs and four cats that were left behind. But once she got home and found them safe, she realized tha >>>


      ADVICE FROM THE LAST CHAPLAIN IN NEW ORLEANS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 13-09-2005
      By Lisa Suhay NORFOLK, VA.

I talked to the last remaining police department chaplain in New Orleans this weekend, asking him for advice. The gist of Joe Cull‘s cellphone sermon from the Second District Station on Magazine and Upton streets in New Orleans was now that Katrina victims have been led beside >>>



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