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      NATO VOR KOMPROMISS IM STREIT ÜBER AFGHANISTAN–EINS'6;TZE
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Der Weg für eine engere Zusammenarbeit von Friedenstruppen und Anti–Terror–Einheiten in Afghanistan ist frei. Die NATO–Verteidigungsminister kamen sich im Streit um neue Kommandostrukturen zum Abschluss des Treffens in Berlin näher. Letzte Einzelheiten müssen noch g >>>


      NEUE UMFRAGE: UNION LEGT WIEDER ZU
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – Wenige Tage vor der Bundestagswahl scheint das Umfrage–Pendel wieder zugunsten der Union auszuschlagen. Nach den Einbußen für CDU/CSU unmittelbar nach dem TV–Duell zwischen Bundeskanzler Gerhard Schröder und Unions–Kanzlerkandidatin Angela Merkel li >>>


      NOCH HEUTE KLARHEIT ÜBER TERMIN FÜR WAHLERGEBNISSE
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Karlsruhe (dpa) – Das Bundesverfassungsgericht wird im Laufe dieses Mittwochs seine Entscheidung bekannt geben, ob das Wahlergebnis der Bundestagswahl wie geplant am nächsten Sonntag veröffentlicht wird. Das teilte die Sprecherin des Gerichts in Karlsruhe mit.

Mehrere Kläg >>>


      PAL'6;STINENSISCHE SIEGESFEIER NACH GAZA–ABZUG ENDET IM CHAOS
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Gaza (dpa) – Eine zentrale Siegesfeier verschiedener palästinensischer Fraktionen nach dem israelischen Abzug im Gazastreifen ist am Abend im Chaos zu Ende gegangen. Nach palästinensischen Angaben kam es zum Streit zwischen Mitgliedern der verschiedenen Gruppierungen sowie den Sicherheitskräften. D >>>


      PANIKK'6;UFE AN BRITISCHEN TANKSTELLEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      London (dpa) – Massenhafte Treibstoffkäufe besorgter Autofahrer haben zahlreiche Tankstellen in Großbritannien in Versorgungsprobleme gebracht.

Die Blockaden von Raffinerien und Kraftstoff–Depots, die als Protest gegen die hohen Treibstoffpreise angekündigt waren, blieben aber aus. D >>>


      POLITIKER PLANEN AUTOBAHN–VIGNETTE FÜR GANZ BELGIEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Brüssel (dpa) – Autofahrer müssen sich auf eine Vignetten–Pflicht für Autobahnen in ganz Belgien einstellen. Das erklärten belgische Politiker nach der gestrigen Ankündigung des wallonischen Haushaltsministers, im südlichen Landesteil eine Gebühr von 25 Euro pro Jahr einzu >>>


      PROZESS UM «EHRENMORD» AN JUNGER DEUTSCH–TÜRKIN HAT BEGONNEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Vor dem Berliner Landgericht hat der Prozess gegen drei junge Deutsch–Türken wegen der Ermordung ihrer Schwester begonnen. Die 23–Jährige war im Februar an einer Bushaltestelle erschossen worden. In dem so genannten Ehrenmord–Prozess wirft die Anklage den Brüdern Mo >>>


      PR'6;SIDENT LULA IN BRASILIEN SO UNBELIEBT WIE NIE ZUVOR
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Brasilia (dpa) – Brasiliens Staatspräsident Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva ist gut drei Monate nach Bekanntwerden eines Korruptionsskandals um seine linksgerichtete Regierung so unbeliebt wie nie zuvor. 3',4 Prozent aller Befragten hätten bei einer Umfrage des Meinungsforschungsinst >>>


      REVISIONSVERFAHREN IM FALL CHODORKOWSKI BEGANN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Moskau (dpa) – In dem Strafprozess gegen den russischen Kreml–Kritiker und Ex–Ölunternehmer Michail Chodorkowski hat in Moskau das Revisionsverfahren begonnen. Am Moskauer Stadtgericht beschäftigte sich ein Kollegium aus drei Richtern mit dem Antrag Chodorkowskis und seines >>>


      REVISIONSVERFAHREN IM FALL CHODORKOWSKI UNTERBROCHEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Moskau (dpa) – Das Revisionsverfahren im Fall des russischen Kreml–Kritikers und Ex–Ölmagnaten Michail Chodorkowski ist am Mittwoch nach eintägiger Verhandlung bis zum kommenden Montag (1'. September) unterbrochen worden. In einem Spiel auf Zeit erreichte Chodorkowski da >>>


      REVISIONSVERFAHREN IM FALL CHODORKOWSKI VERTAGT
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Moskau (dpa) – Das Moskauer Stadtgericht hat das Revisionsverfahren im Fall des russischen Ex–Ölunternehmers Michail Chodorkowski bis zum kommenden Montag unterbrochen. Grund sei die Erkrankung von Chodorkowskis wichtigstem Anwalt, erklärte das Gericht. In dem Revisionsverfahren fechten der fr >>>


      ROTES KREUZ UND ROTER HALBMOND WOLLEN DRITTES EMBLEM EINFÜHREN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Genf (dpa) – Die Hilfsorganisationen Rotes Kreuz und Roter Halbmond wollen ein drittes Emblem einführen. Das neue Zeichen in Form eines roten Kristalls soll auch der israelischen Organisation Magen David Adom ermöglichen, über die Einhaltung der Genfer Konventionen zu wachen. Eine internationale Ko >>>


      RUSSISCHE POLIZEI FINDET EINE TONNE SPRENGSTOFF IN INGUSCHETIEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Moskau (dpa) – Die russischen Polizei hat in der Teilrepublik Inguschetien im Nordkaukasus ein Versteck mit einer Tonne Sprengstoff gefunden. Der Sprengstoff sei am Rand der Stadt Malgobek gefunden worden, sagte ein Polizeisprecher Interfax. In einem Wald nahe der Stadt hatten sich im vergangenen Jahr die Terrori >>>


      RÜCKBLICK: DIE GROßE KOALITION – «SÜNDENFALL» MIT ERFOLGEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Von Frank Rafalski, dpa Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – Bei den politischen Akteuren ist sie unbeliebt und allenfalls als Notlösung denkbar. Beim Wahlvolk kommt sie dagegen meist besser weg: die Große Koalition. Ein Bündnis von SPD und Union ist in den Bundesländern keine Seltenheit – so >>>


      RÜCKBLICK: DIE GRÖßTEN FLOPS DER AUTOTECHNIK
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      von Wilfried Willutzki, dpa Großansicht Frankfurt/Main (dpa) – Wenn sich die Internationale Automobilausstellung (IAA) Mitte September als Schaufenster für Zukunftstechniken präsentiert, wird von einigen früher hoch gehandelten Erfindungen kaum noch die Rede sein. Manche Entwicklung aus den De >>>


      SICHERHEITSRAT BESCHLIEßT H'6;RTERE ANTITERROR–MAßNAHMEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht New York (dpa) – Der Weltsicherheitsrat hat beim Gipfeltreffen der Vereinten Nationen in New York am Mittwoch schärfere Maßnahmen gegen den Terrorismus beschlossen. Einstimmig verpflichtete er die UN–Mitglieder, Terror–Anstifter strafrechtlich zu verfolgen.

Erst zum >>>


      SPD WILL INTERNE DEBATTE ÜBER GROßE KOALITION BEENDEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – SPD–Chef Franz Müntefering und Bundeskanzler Gerhard Schröder (SPD) haben ihre Parteifreunde vor Spekulationen über mögliche Koalitionen nach der Bundestagswahl gewarnt.

In der SPD seien alle gut beraten, sich ausschließlich auf den Wahlkampf >>>


      STOLPE FORDERT ABBLENDLICHT AB OKTOBER
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Zur Erhöhung der Verkehrssicherheit sollen die Autofahrer nach dem Willen von Verkehrsminister Manfred Stolpe vom 1. Oktober an auch am Tag mit Abblendlicht fahren. In einer späteren Phase sollen Neufahrzeuge automatisch mit gesonderten Tagfahrleuchten ausgestattet sein, forderte der Mini >>>


      STOLPE FORDERT ABBLENDLICHT AUCH AM TAGE
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Dresden (dpa) – Nach dem Willen von Bundesverkehrsminister Manfred Stolpe (SPD) sollen Autofahrer ab dem 1. Oktober auch am Tag mit Abblendlicht fahren. Dadurch könne eine große Zahl von Unfällen verhindert werden, sagte Stolpe der «Sächsischen Zeitung».

Er schlug vor >>>


      STUDIE: AUTOBAUER VERDIENEN AN NEUWAGEN KAUM GELD
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      München (dpa) – Der Verkauf neuer Autos ist laut einer neuen Studie wegen Überkapazitäten und Rabattschlachten für viele Autobauer zu einem Nullsummenspiel geworden. «Das Produkt kann nicht mehr mit Profit verkauft werden», sagt August Joas, Branchenexperte von der Beratungsfirma Mercer Manage >>>


      STUDIE: UMWELTSCHUTZ HILFT ARMUT BEK'6;MPFEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      New York (dpa) – Investitionen in den Umweltschutz helfen nach einer Untersuchung der Weltnaturschutzunion (IUCN) Armut zu bekämpfen. Rund drei Viertel der weltweit drei Milliarden armen Menschen leben der Studie zufolge in ländlichen Gebieten und sind stark von fruchtbaren Böden, sauberem Wasser u >>>


      ULLA SCHMIDT H'6;LT ZAHL DER KRANKENKASSEN FÜR ZU HOCH
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Berlin (dpa) – Die Zahl der Krankenkassen in Deutschland kann nach Ansicht von Gesundheitsministerin Ulla Schmidt drastisch gesenkt werden.

Im Moment gibt es rund 260 Kassen. Das sei zu viel, sagte Schmidt der «Frankfurter Rundschau». Nach ihrer Schätzung würden im Grunde 30 bis 50 große K >>>


      VERURSACHER DES TANKLAST–UNGLÜCKS ZU 22 MONATEN HAFT VERURTEILT
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Gummersbach (dpa) – Der Verursacher des Tanklast–Unglücks ist wegen fahrlässiger Tötung zu 22 Monaten Haft verurteilt worden. Im August 2004 hatte er den bislang teuersten Unfall Deutschlands verursacht. Auf einer Autobahnbrücke bei Gummersbach hatte er einen Tanklaster gerammt. Dieser s >>>


      VERURSACHER VON TANKLASTZUG–UNGLÜCK ZU HAFTSTRAFE VERURTEILT
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Gummersbach (dpa) – Gut ein Jahr nach dem wohl teuersten Autounfall in Deutschland ist ein 26–Jähriger wegen fahrlässiger Tötung zu einem Jahr und zehn Monaten Haft verurteilt worden. Das Amtsgericht Gummersbach setzte die Strafe nicht zur Bewährung aus. Der Mann hatte im August 2004 mit >>>


      VERWIRRTER BOMBENDROHER WIRD HAFTRICHTER VORGEFÜHRT
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht München (dpa) – Einen Tag nach der Bombendrohung auf dem Münchner Olympiaturm hat die Polizei die Vernehmung des vermutlich geistig verwirrten Mannes fortgesetzt. Der 64–Jährige aus Weilheim sollte am Mittwoch dem Haftrichter vorgeführt werden.

Bei der angeblich >>>


      WAHL–PARTEITAG DER FDP
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Berlin (dpa) – Die FDP hat sich auf ihrem Wahlparteitag in Berlin klar auf eine Regierung mit der Union festgelegt. Anderen möglichen Koalitionen erteilten die Liberalen eine Absage. FDP–Chef Guido Westerwelle stellte sein Wahlkampfteam vor, mit dabei der Finanzexperte Hermann Otto Sol >>>


      WAHLERGEBNIS KANN IN DER WAHLNACHT VERÖFFENTLICHT WERDEN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Karlsruhe (dpa) – Das vorläufige amtliche Endergebnis der Bundestagswahl kann wie geplant noch in der Wahlnacht am Sonntag veröffentlicht werden.

Das hat das Bundesverfassungsgericht entschieden. In dem Ergebnis wird das Resultat des Wahlkreises Dresden I fehlen. Dort wird erst am 2. Oktober na >>>


      WAHLERGEBNIS KOMMT DOCH IN DER WAHLNACHT
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Karlsruhe (dpa) – Das vorläufige amtliche Endergebnis der Bundestagswahl an diesem Sonntag kann wie geplant noch in der Wahlnacht veröffentlicht werden. Das entschied das Bundesverfassungsgericht am Mittwoch in Karlsruhe. In dem Ergebnis wird das Resultat des Wahlkreises Dresden I fehle >>>


      WELTBANK: DEUTSCHE SIND DIE FÜNFTREICHSTEN DER WELT
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Washington (dpa) – Die Weltbank ist mit einer völlig neuen Bemessung nationaler Reichtümer zu einem altbekannten Schluss gekommen: Westeuropäische Staaten, die USA und Japan sind die reichsten, afrikanische Länder südlich der Sahara die ärmsten Nationen der Welt.
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      WELTBANKPR'6;SIDENT FORDERT MEHR EINSATZ IM KAMPF GEGEN ARMUT
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht New York (dpa) – Weltbankpräsident Paul Wolfowitz hat arme und reiche Länder zu verstärkten Anstrengungen im Kampf gegen die Armut aufgefordert.

Hochkarätige Gipfeltreffen allein reichten nicht aus, um wie geplant bis 2015 die Millenniumsziele der Vereinten Nationen z >>>


      WENIGER OPFER IN NEW ORLEANS ALS ERWARTET
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Großansicht Washington (dpa) – Knapp zwei Wochen nach der Hurrikankatastrophe in den US–Südstaaten gibt es erste Hoffnungsschimmer: Die Behörden in New Orleans gehen von deutlich weniger Toten aus als befürchtet, und auch das Abpumpen des verseuchten Wassers geht schneller voran.

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      WTO–CHEF WILL BIS HONGKONG–SITZUNG ZENTRALE STREITPUNKTE KL'6;REN
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Genf (dpa) – Der Chef der Welthandelsorganisation, Pascal Lamy, will bis zur Ministertagung im Dezember in Hongkong die wichtigsten Themen der laufenden Handelsrunde klären. Das sagte Lamy vor Journalisten in Genf.

Hauptstreitpunkt sind die Agrarsubventionen der USA und der Europäischen Union. >>>


      ZEITGEWINN FÜR CHODORKOWSKI
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Moskau (dpa) – Das Revisionsverfahren im Fall des russischen Kreml–Kritikers Michail Chodorkowski ist nach eintägiger Verhandlung bis zum kommenden Montag unterbrochen worden. Der Ex–Ölmagnat erreichte damit einen wichtigen Aufschub. Er kann sich nun ab Montag als Kandidat für eine Nach >>>


      ÜBER 100 TOTE BEI ANSCHL'6;GEN AUF ZIVILISTEN IM IRAK
      Die Welt, 14-09-2005
      Bagdad (dpa) – Bei einer Serie von Selbstmordanschlägen und Rebellenüberfällen sind im Raum Bagdad mehr als 100 Menschen ums Leben gekommen. Der schwerste Anschlag ereignete sich am Morgen im Schiiten–Viertel Kadhimija der irakischen Hauptstadt. Dort riss ein Selbstmordattentäter rund &# >>>


      HIJACKING THE ASHES HEROES
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Thundering hangovers, the warm afterglow of victory, a nation‘s cheers ringing in their ears – what bliss to be an England cricketer this morning.

Ranked the worst team in Test cricket just six years ago, Michael Vaughan‘s men are on top of the world.

So what happens? Wi >>>


      ‘FOR CLEANER AIR, WALK TO WORK‘
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Workers have been urged to help achieve cleaner air by walking or cycling to the office as new figures showed "dangerous" levels of toxic pollutants across the UK.

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy said much of the country was "choked" by filthy fumes from traffic and indu >>>


      108 KILLED BY BAGHDAD SUICIDE BOMB
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? At least 108 people were killed and 17' wounded when a suicide bomber detonated his vehicle near a group of construction workers in the north Baghdad district of Kazimiyah.

The blast occurred at Oruba square where a crowd of day labourers had assembled before going to work on nearby constructi >>>


      4P PETROL PRICE CUT – FORECAST
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Motorists look set for some relief at the forecourts amid forecasts the cost of a litre of petrol could fall by as much as 4p next week.

Experts said petrol prices were likely to fall from their current average of '6p a litre as refineries start pumping extra oil stocks following the intervent >>>


      88 KILLED BY BAGHDAD SUICIDE BOMB
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? At least 88 people were killed and 227 wounded when a suicide bomber detonated his vehicle near a group of construction workers in the north Baghdad district of Kazimiyah.

The blast occurred at Oruba square where a crowd of day labourers had assembled before going to work on nearby construction si >>>


      BEAUTY PRODUCTS HORROR
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Leslie Ash: lip enhancement went drastically wrong for the actress Horrifying claims that a Chinese cosmetics firm is taking skin from the corpses of executed prisoners for use in beauty products to be sold in Europe are to be investigated.

The company is said to be providing collagen for lip and >>>


      BLANDINAVIA!
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      by JONATHAN FOREMAN, Daily Mail What is RSS? Another day in paradise but no one is smiling. Winter, with its long hours of darkness, has not yet come to Norway. The sun is still shining on its breathtaking landscapes and stunning people. But a persistent gloominess pervades – a sense of discontent that prompts on >>>


      BOOTS CELLULITE ADVERT ‘SHOULD BE BANNED‘
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? A Boots advert claiming one of its products can help reduce cellulite in two weeks should be banned, an industry watchdog has said.

A national press advert for Boots Super Slim no7 says the anti–cellulite balm is effective within two weeks, but the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said >>>


      BRITONS ‘SPEND BEFORE THEY EARN‘
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? More than three–quarters of the average British worker‘s pay is already earmarked for bills and living costs before it even hits their bank account, research has shown.

The average person earns 1,38' in take–home pay each month, but around 1,0'3 of this is needed for regu >>>


      DAVIS CALLS FOR ‘NEW TORY IDEALISM‘
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Conservative leadership hopeful David Davis has presented himself as the standard–bearer of "a new Tory idealism", urging the party to dedicate itself to ensuring that everyone in Britain has the opportunity to realise their dreams.

Tories must reclaim the social justice agenda fro >>>


      DOUBLE SHOOTING AT STORE PROBED
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Police are investigating why a man apparently walked into top London department store Harvey Nichols and shot dead a beauty counter assistant, before turning the gun on himself.

Shoppers fled in terror after the man, believed to be a former security guard at the Knightsbridge store, opened fire.>>>


      ENGLAND TUMBLE OUT OF THE TOP 10
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Under–fire: Sven–Goran Eriksson England‘s embarrassing defeat to Northern Ireland last week has cost them their place in the top 10 of the FIFA world rankings.

That 1–0 reverse in Belfast saw Sven–Goran Eriksson‘s side slip from seventh to 11th. In contrast, Nor >>>


      FUEL FEARS SPARK PANIC AT THE PUMPS
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Motorists continued to panic buy at the pumps on Tuesday despite being urged to stay calm amid fears of refinery blockades on Wednesday.

Fuel suppliers said they were struggling to cope with a week‘s demand in just one day as queues formed outside petrol stations.

On the eve of expe >>>


      GERRARD GAMBLE PAYS OFF FOR BENITEZ
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Luis Garcia celebrates scoring against Real Betis Rafael Benitez revealed that he left out his skipper Steven Gerrard from Liverpool‘s opening Champions League Group G match because he felt the midfielder was tired.

The Anfield boss surprised almost everyone in the stadium by consigning Gerr >>>


      GOVERNMENT ACTS OVER UVF CEASEFIRE
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? The Government has announced it no longer recognises the Ulster Volunteer Force ceasefire.

Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain said the loyalist UVF and Red Hand Commando ceasefire would no longer be recognised with immediate effect from midnight.

Extensive loyalist street violence whic >>>


      HANDS TO THE PUMP FOR PETROL BINGO!
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Click on image for full size bingo card, then right click and select Print Picture.

The fuel pumps are running low, tempers are running high and you‘re stuck in a queue for the petrol station.

But don‘t despair, because we‘ve got a fun game for you to play to pass the ti >>>


      HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING DOUBLES
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Recycling of household waste has doubled in the last four years, according to new figures.

They show that English households recycled more than a fifth of their rubbish – around 23% – in 2004/05. The statistics are the first signal of recycling rates in 2004/05 which, although unaudite >>>


      JOBLESS NUMBERS RISE BY 12,000
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? The number of people claiming Jobseeker‘s Allowance has risen for the seventh consecutive month.

The so–called claimant count rose by 1,600 in August to 866,200, an increase of 31,400 over the year and remaining at its highest level in more than a year.

Total unemployment, inc >>>


      LAMPARD STRIKE SECURES CHELSEA WIN
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Frank Lampard delivered the perfect response to the critics who claim he is a shadow of his former self as Chelsea began their Champions League campaign with a 1–0 win against a rather unambitious Anderlecht outfit.

The midfielder was singled out for criticism by national coach Sven–Go >>>


      LIFE‘S BETTER OOP NORTH!
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? North v South: Ena Sharples or Penelope Keith? A new book It‘s Grim Up North says the North is superior to the south. Rubbish, says Essex man Simon Heffer, whose hilariously outrageous prejudices are only mitigated by the fact that he married a lass from Yorkshire. Read some of his most outrageous qu >>>


      LIVERPOOL EARN PRICELESS WIN
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Liverpool produced attacking excellence and then sheer defensive defiance to claim what could be a priceless 2–1 Champions League victory against Real Betis.

Two goals in the first 14 minutes from Florent Sinama–Pongolle and Luis Garcia gave the holders a foothold on the match they sho >>>


      LUQUE OUT FOR TWO MONTHS
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Newcastle boss Graeme Souness‘ injury misery continued on Wednesday when it was confirmed that '.5million signing Albert Luque could be sidelined until the middle of November.

The 27–year–old Spaniard tore a hamstring during the first half of Saturday‘s 1–1 Barcla >>>


      MAN CHARGED OVER DEATH OF TEENAGERS
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? An 18–year–old man has been charged with the murder of two schoolfriends found dead in woods at the weekend.

Thomas Palmer, of Blagrove Drive, Wokingham, Berkshire, has been charged with the murders of 16–year–old Steven Bayliss and his 14–year–old Thai–bo >>>


      MAN IN COURT OVER DEATH OF TEENAGERS
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? A 18–year–old man is appearing in today charged with the murder of two schoolfriends found dead in woods at the weekend.

Thomas Palmer, of Wokingham, Berkshire, was charged with the murders of 16–year–old Steven Bayliss and his 14–year–old Thai–born neighb >>>


      MERCURY PRIZE SENDS ALBUM SALES SOARING
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Sales of the album by Antony and the Johnsons have rocketed by 2,000 per cent since scooping the Nationwide Mercury Prize.

The 20–fold increase at HMV makes it the highest rise in the 13–year history of the music prize.

I am a Bird Now has moved from 135 to 16 in the chart, me >>>


      MILLIONS SET TO STRIKE FOR PENSIONS
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Millions of public sector workers are prepared to go on strike to defend their pensions, the leader of Britain‘s biggest trade union has warned the Government.

Dave Prentis of Unison made clear that unions will continue to fight controversial proposals to increase the pension age for workers >>>


      MORE TROUBLE THAN IT‘S WORTH
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
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      MOURINHO HAPPY WITH FRANK REPLY
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Mourinho: ‘I have to rely on my judgement on the performances I see with Chelsea and I‘m very happy with Frank Lampard‘ Jose Mourinho dismissed concerns over Frank Lampard‘s form after watching the England midfielder give Chelsea a winning start to their Champions League campaign.>>>


      NIGEL HARMAN SWAPS WALFORD FOR WEST END
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Harman is no stranger to the West End EastEnders heartthrob Nigel Harman will swap the East End for the West End this winter and replace Ewan McGregor as gambler Sky Masterson in the hit musical Guys and Dolls.

Harman, 32, is set to film his final scenes in Albert Square in November and will make >>>


      NOW YOU CAN MARRY YOUR MOTHER–IN–LAW
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? A British woman has been granted the right to marry her father–in–law by European human rights judges.

Their decision will force the Government to alter British law so she can become the wife of her ex–husband‘s father.

The couple, from the North–West, have b >>>


      PERFUME ASSISTANT SHOT DEAD IN HARVEY NICHOLS
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Shooting: Double death at Harvey Nichols A shop assistant working on a cosmetics counter at London‘s Harvey Nichols was shot dead in front of terrified shoppers last night.

A man, believed to be a former security guard at the exclusive store, walked up to a perfume counter on the ground floo >>>


      PHOTO RELEASED OF STRANGLED WIFE
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Murdered: Hairdresser Christine Symmons This is Christine Symmons, the British woman allegedly murdered by her husband who then fled with her body across the Channel to France.

Hertfordshire Police issued the photograph of the 5'–year–old hairdresser after her body was formally ide >>>


      PIETERSEN: BOYCOTT‘S ATTACK DROVE ME TO GLORY
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      Kevin Pietersen is known for his flamboyant style both on and off the field Nothing has riled England‘s Oval hero more than criticism that his deeds on the pitch did not match his flamboyant lifestyle off it. Here he reveals how he knew the time had come to answer the barbs in the best possible way – by sei >>>


      PM TO HOST EU LEADERS‘ MEETING
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? The Prime Minister will host an informal meeting of EU heads of state and governments at Hampton Court Palace on October 27 and 28.

Mr Blair had already announced at his press conference on July 1 that such a meeting would take place.

The purpose of the meeting is to take forward the key >>>


      PONTING DETERMINED TO REGAIN ASHES
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Captain Ricky Ponting has revealed his "burning desire" to win back the Ashes for Australia.

Ponting, whose side lost the five–Test series against England 2–1, faced the media in Sydney on Wednesday and vowed to give his all to reclaim the urn.

"There‘s a >>>


      PUMPS RUN DRY AS FUEL PROTESTS BEGIN
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Fill up: Motorists queue for hours to top up their tanks Protests over spiralling fuel prices have begun outside oil refineries today as motorists continued to queue for hours on garage forecourts for a dwindling supply of petrol.

Suppliers called for calm as motorists drained pumps dry at 3,000 p >>>


      PUT TERRORISTS ON NOTICE – BUSH
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Before sceptical world leaders, US President George Bush has urged compassion for the needy and pressed the global community to "put the terrorists on notice" by cracking down on any activities that could incite deadly attacks, Bush, addressing more than 160 presidents, prime ministers and kings >>>


      SHOOT–TO–KILL MUST STAY – MET CHIEF
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? The controversial shoot–to–kill policy to deal with suspected suicide bombers was reviewed following the death of Jean Charles de Menezes, Britain‘s most senior police officer has revealed.

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair admitted some minor administrative changes >>>


      TAX CUTS VITAL, SAYS TORY HOPEFUL
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Dr Liam Fox will identify supporting the family and reducing taxes as key elements in his bid for the leadership of the Conservative Party.

In a keynote speech to the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) think–tank in London, Dr Fox will argue that Tony Blair‘s Government has constructed an >>>


      TEENAGER CHARGED OVER BOYS‘ MURDERS
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? An 18–year–old man has been remanded in custody charged with the murder of schoolfriends Steven Bayliss and Nuttawut Nadauld.

Thomas Palmer, of Blagrove Drive, Wokingham, Berkshire, appeared before magistrates in Reading, Berkshire, charged with the stabbings.

Steven, 16, and >>>


      TERROR SUSPECTS ‘CLOSELY MONITORED‘
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Hundreds of terror suspects are being closely monitored in Britain, Home Secretary Charles Clarke has revealed.

And there is increasing evidence that the suicide bombers who attacked London in July had international links.

The Home Secretary made the revelations while being questioned by >>>


      THREE SOUGHT OVER TEENAGER‘S DEATH
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Detectives investigating the murder of black teenager Anthony Walker said they are hunting three people in connection with his killing.

The 18–year–old A–Level student was bludgeoned to death with an axe in a Merseyside park.

Police say they believe a gang of five people >>>


      TWO DIE IN SHOOTING AT TOP STORE
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Two people have been killed in a shooting at the exclusive Harvey Nichols department store in London.

Police said a man and a woman, both aged about 30, were pronounced dead at the scene, but that they were not looking for anyone else over the incident.

Scotland Yard said officers were ca >>>


      UK HAS JUST WEEKS IF BIRD FLU COMES
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? The UK will have just weeks to brace itself for a flu pandemic once cases start spreading rapidly in Asia, experts warned.

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) has been using statistical models to estimate how soon a pandemic could start affecting the UK.

They have also been assessing wheth >>>


      UN ENVOYS AGREE REFORMS COMPROMISE
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? The UN General Assembly has adopted a watered–down document on poverty, human rights and UN reform for world leaders to approve at the World Summit in New York, after shedding many of Secretary–General Kofi Annan‘s most ambitious goals during weeks of bitter debate.

The compromis >>>


      UNIONS WARNED TO MODERNISE BY BLAIR
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? The Prime Minister has pressed home the Government‘s tough message that trade unions have to modernise of face decline.

Tony Blair had dinner with the TUC general council in Brighton where the annual Congress is being held.

He told the union leaders that their membership had halved >>>


      VAUGHAN TARGETS MORE GLORY
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      London 2012 Schools rugby Latest sports news Sports quizzes Wimbledon quiz Fergie‘s 1000 games Bizarre sporting terms More quizzes Sports galleries Zeros to heroes Football‘s bad boys Rugby Aid fundraiser More galleries Advertorials Peugeot 1007 Save with Vodafone Direct Line FREE room fragrance Special pro >>>


      VAUGHAN: IT‘S SINKING IN
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Michael Vaughan emerged from England‘s mammoth Ashes party admitting the scale of their achievement only became clear when they witnessed the frenzied celebrations on the streets of London.

Captain Vaughan led his team on an open–top bus ride around the capital to Trafalgar Square and >>>


      WARNING OF STRIKES OVER PENSIONS
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? The Government is to be warned that millions of public sector workers will threaten to take industrial action unless the crisis over their pensions is resolved.

Controversy over plans to extend the pension age will come to a head when Trade and Industry Secretary Alan Johnson addresses at the TUC >>>


      WHERE HAVE CLAUDIA‘S CURVES GONE?
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Weight shifting: Claudia looks stick–thin Once she was all curls and curves. These days Claudia Schiffer is more razor–sharp angles.

The 35–year–old model and mother of two appeared more slender than ever when she was spotted in a London street.

"Claudia looke >>>


      WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE KIDDING, FERN?
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Fat is fun? Not so, says Amanda Platell There cannot be a woman in this country who has ever stepped on a pair of scales who does not sympathise with Fern Britton‘s battle of the bulge.

We all know the agony and occasional ecstasy of dieting. We all know the horror of the holiday snaps, the >>>


      BLOODSHED IN BAGHDAD AS BOMBS KILL 152
      The Daily Mail, 14-09-2005
      What is RSS? Baghdad suffered its second worst day of attacks A suicide bomber in Baghdad killed 114 people and injured over 160 others after luring a crowd of Shi‘ite Muslim day labourers to his minivan with promises of work.

It was the worst incident in a day of violence in which a wave of attacks kill >>>


      78 FOREIGN STUDENTS AT MDA COURSE
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      BLOG OF THE DAY: READERS RAP
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
      Click here for Readers Rap and other Cafe Oleh Blogs A wake up call Posted: Tuesday, September 13, 2005 By: Lynmarie Purcell, MA, USA I agree with the author of the "Katif caused Katrina" blog.

I wrote to the White House before the withdrawal began to ask why we were allowing it. I cried as I watched >>>


      BRITISH BAND ‘GITHEAD‘ TAKE ON TEL AVIV
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      BUSH TO ATTEND JEWISH CEREMONY
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      FISCHER PREDICTS STABLE RATES, GROWTH
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      HADERA CRIME BOSS FINALLY ARRESTED
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      HAMAS HOLDS LARGEST–EVER GAZA RALLY
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      HAPOALIM TO BUY TURKISH BANK FOR $113M.
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      ISRAELI AND US TRAUMA EXPERTS TO HELP SRI LANKA
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      ISRAELIS, PALESTINIANS TO MEET IN EUROPEAN CAMP
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      IT‘S HARD TO BE A CHRISTIAN
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
      By DANIEL PIPES What some observers are calling a pogrom took place near Ramallah on the night of September 3–4. That‘s when 15 Muslim youths from one village, Deir Jarir, rampaged against Taibe, a neighboring all–Christian village of 1,500 people.

The reason for the assault? A Muslim woman f >>>


      KEEP YOUR CELLPHONE ON ICE?
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      KIDNEY DONOR DIES OF RARE COMPLICATION
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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      MIRS WALKIE–TALKIE GOES INTERNATIONAL
      The Jerusalem Post, 14-09-2005
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