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      PALESTINIANS GO TO POLLS TODAY
      Pakistan Observer, 25-01-2006
      Fatah campaign staffer shot dead in Nablus nablus—A member of the ruling Fatah faction’s campaign team in the largest West Bank city was shot dead on the eve of the Palestinian general election, security and medical sources said.

Ahmed Hassuneh, 36, who was working on the campaign for Fatah’s main candidate in >>>


      RS 71.3 BILLION CUSTOMS DUTY COLLECTED IN 6 MONTHS: CBR
      Pakistan Observer, 25-01-2006
      islamabad—The Quarterly Conference of Collectors of Customs was informed that the Central Board of Revenue (CBR) has collected Rs 71.3 billion customs duty in the first six months of the current financial year.

The Quarterly Conference of Collectors of Customs, was held here on Tuesday under the Chairmanship o >>>


      SADDAM’S TRIAL PUT OFF TILL SUNDAY
      Pakistan Observer, 25-01-2006
      Five US troops killed; two Germans kidnapped Baghdad—The high–profile trial of ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein which was to resume after a month’s delay on Tuesday, was again postponed until Sunday next.

The court put off the hearing, which would have been the eighth since the trial began three mon >>>


      SALMAN FOR IMPROVED VALUE ADDITION IN TEXTILE SECTOR
      Pakistan Observer, 25-01-2006
      Karachi—A national strategy in consultation with all the stakeholders has to be formulated to enhance value addition in the textile industry to secure more market access.

This was stated by the Advisor to Prime Minister on Finance Economic Affairs and Statistics Dr Salman Shah while addressing the members of A >>>


      STATED POSITIONS ON KASHMIR TO LEAD NOWHERE: PRESIDENT
      Pakistan Observer, 25-01-2006
      Musharraf opposes idea of independent Kashmir; We should see what powers could be given to joint management Oslo—President General Pervez Musharraf Tuesday emphasized the crucial need for showing flexibility to resolve the lingering Kashmir dispute and said demilitarization and self–governance offer a good arrang >>>


      USTR ENDS REVIEW OF PAK PROTECTION OF IPRS
      Pakistan Observer, 25-01-2006
      Washington—US Trade Representative Rob Portman Tuesday announced that the United States has closed the ongoing review of an industry–initiated petition seeking termination of Pakistan’s eligibility for the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) program based on concerns over intellectual property rights.

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      ‘IT WAS LIKE A SOCIETY OF PIRANHAS WANTING A CRUMB FROM MY TABLE‘
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By David Lister, Scotland Correspondent CATHY McCORMACK was working at a checkout in Asda when she suffered her first panic attack. All of a sudden I felt the whole place caving in, she said yesterday. I felt numb. I told the supervisor I had to get out, and Ive never been back since.

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      GALLOWAY MAY FACE CHARGES OVER NEW IRAQ DOCUMENTS
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Lewis Smith SERIOUS Fraud Office investigators are trying to determine whether George Galloway should face charges in connection with the Iraqi Oil–for–Food scandal, it was reported yesterday.

A four–strong team is said to have returned from the US having been given access to thousands of >>>


      HEART DISEASE ‘WONDER DRUG‘ TO SAVE EXTRA 10,000 LIVES
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Sam Lister, Health Correspondent SMOKERS, the overweight, elderly people and others at high risk of heart attacks and strokes are to be offered a cholesterol–busting wonder drug free on the NHS.

Almost six million people in England and Wales nearly 15 per cent of all adults are from today eligible for >>>


      HUHNE THE OBSCURE IS TIPTOEING UP ON SIR MING
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Greg Hurst, Political Correspondent and Peter Riddell ALTHOUGH little–known among the public at large, Chris Huhne has quietly moved into second place in the bookmakers stakes for the Liberal Democrat leadership race.

Smoothly executed media appearances and a platform of tough environmental taxes have >>>


      RADIOLOGIST WAS UNDER SUSPICION 18 MONTHS AGO
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Sam Lister Colleagues raised the alarm but health trust chiefs allowed the screening doctor to continue working THE doctor at the centre of one of Britains worst breast screening blunders was subject to an internal inquiry by his hospital 18 months before he was suspended, but no formal action was taken, The Times c >>>


      SHE WAS TOLD THAT IT WAS JUST A CYST. IT TURNED OUT TO BE CANCER
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Russell Jenkins THE daughter of a woman whose cancer was misdiagnosed by the disgraced radiologist spoke yesterday of her familys anxiety that no one else should have to endure the same distress.

Barbara Daly, 56, a former hairdresser, known to her family and friends as a glamorous lady, proud of her figure >>>


      STATINS CUT DEATH RATE FROM HEART ATTACKS BY ONE THIRD
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Medical Briefing by Dr Thomas Stuttaford STATINS have been prescribed since 1'8' but the accepted indications for their use in the NHS have been very restrictive until recently.

Extending the range of people being given statins to those in danger of heart attacks and strokes, as well as those with a hi >>>


      SWEETENERS WILL EASE THE BURDEN AS CRACKDOWN REFORMS BENEFITS
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Alexandra Frean and Philip Webster LONE parents on benefit will be paid an extra 20 a week if they agree to be trained, and unemployed over–50s are to receive learning and skills grants of 1,500, under the Governments welfare reform plan.

These sweeteners are to be accompanied by a series of new condi >>>


      THE PUBLIC BIDS FAREWELL TO ONE–PARTY RULE
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Political Briefing by Peter Riddell THE most likely outcome of the next general election is that no single party will have an overall majority. That is now expected by just over half the public, according to a Populus online survey for The Times. This is twice as many as think that there will be either a Labour or a To >>>


      WHY A RETIRED GP CHOSE TO END HER LIFE SEVEN YEARS BEFORE TIME
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Sean ONeill Anne Turner was determined to die before she was incapacitated by disease ONE hundred letters addressed in Anne Turners distinctive hand, sealed in identical ivory envelopes, were posted to her relatives, friends and former colleagues yesterday.

When opened they will reveal farewell messages, ex >>>


      AFTER THE ROCK, A MUCH HARDER PLACE
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Magnus Linklater Our ludicrously outdated security services need to take a leap into the modern age WHAT A BRILLIANT idea, our men in Moscow must have thought, to have an electronic dead letter drop hidden in a hollowed–out stone. No more hassle about letters left at midnight in some incriminating tree or fishing >>>


      AS SIBERIAN WINDS APPROACH, HERE‘S A WARMING TALE OF CORPORATE ALTRUISM
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Notebook by Akan Coren KEN LIVINGSTONE has sent me a thermometer. He has also, as you would expect, told me where to stick it. You would expect this because my mayor is not as other contemporary politicians are: he does not dither, he does not mither, he does not slither from hither to thither. Like Dr Watson, he is th >>>


      BACK TO WORK
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Reform of incapacity benefit is long overdue Before the chronically injured, sick and disabled who claim incapacity benefit can be approved as claimants, they have to take a test. The gist of the questionnaire is: what is it that you cannot do? As President Kennedy eloquently declared when seeking to rally Americans to >>>


      BEWARE THE CODE OF THOSE THREE LITTLE LETTERS
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Michael Gove Class in Britain is like Scrabble. A single well–placed letter can make all the difference, as I first discovered at school. The secondary school I attended in Scotland educated the children of Aberdeens professional classes, as well as a few boys like me from homes that were a little less securely b >>>


      BISHOP IN WARM WATERS
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Sir, If the Bishop of London, number three in the hierarchy, can opt to spend the most sacred time of the year, Holy Week, on a cruise of the Mediterranean (report, Jan 23), it is evident that there is no shortage of episcopal resources in the Church of England.

Indeed, there is an oversupply. There are some 1 >>>


      CANADA DRY
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      A Conservative victory that should not be overinterpreted At a superficial level, the comparison is enticing. The election pitted an incumbent prime minister, who had previously been a broadly successful finance minister waiting impatiently in the wings for the top man to move on so that he could move in, against an en >>>


      CONFIDENTIAL ADVICE ON ABORTION IS MORE THAN A MINOR MATTER
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Sir, According to the court verdict (Mother defeated in right to know abortion battle, Jan 24), a parent does not have complete responsibility for, or authority over, a daughter.

How is this to be squared with reports of a mother threatened with prison because she was unable to persuade her teenage son to go t >>>


      DON‘T FALL INTO THE PARENT TRAP
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Carol Sarler You‘ve no right to know about your daughter‘s abortion, so why is your son‘s yobbery your responsibility?

NO CHANGE THERE THEN is not, by and large, the most grabbing of headlines and yet, in essence, that was the gist of the High Court ruling on Monday in the lengthy case brough >>>


      MICHAEL WHARTON
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      April 1', 1'13 – January 23, 2006 Daily Telegraph columnist who in the person of Peter Simple entertained readers with his reactionary satire MICHAEL WHARTON was among the most widely read British satirical writers of the 20th century. Under the name Peter Simple, his writings appeared four times a week i >>>


      MORNINGS WON‘T BE THE SAME
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Libby Purves WHAT A VERY New Britain moment: no sooner does Gordon Brown start whistling our tune than they take it away. The only thing that regularly makes me feel British is doomed. Radio 4 is dropping its morning UK Theme music.

Those who are never up at 5.30am may be confused by the wave of grief that >>>


      UK DREAM
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Why waking up is hard to do A personal message from the Director–General of the BBC: Guys, I hear you. And that includes you, Paxo. I relate to what youre saying about our scrapping of the UK Theme after 30 gentle, evocative years as the start to the Radio 4 day. Whats more, I agree. It can be hard to know youve >>>


      WHO GETS THE EASIER RIDE – THE POOR RAIL USER OR THE PAMPERED DRIVER?
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Alice Miles I HOPE I AM not breaking too many state secrets in telling you that today is the launch of Alistair Darlings strategy on access to motorways. Thats Alistair Darling, the Transport Secretary, and the announcement that the strategy on access to motorways is going to happen was made by 10 Downing Street on Mon >>>


      ZAKI BADAWI
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      August 11, 1'22 – January 24, 2006 Leading voice of moderate Islam who believed passionately in interfaith dialogue and the idea of the British Muslim FEW MEN have done as much to reconcile Islam with modernity as Zaki Badawi, the founder and principal of the Muslim College in London. And few men have played >>>


      15–YEAR LABOUR OF LOVE WINS ULTIMATE REWARD
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Dalya Alberge Read reviews from The Times and Sunday Times of all the shortlisted Whitbread books here IT WAS worth the wait. Fifteen years after she began writing her magisterial biography of Henri Matisse, the French artist, Hilary Spurling saw her labour of love win one of Britains leading literary awards.
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      4,000 TROOPS TO BE SENT TO TROUBLED AFGHAN PROVINCE
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Philip Webster, Political Editor THOUSANDS of British combat troops are expected to be sent to one of the most dangerous parts of Afghanistan. John Reid, the Defence Secretary, is said to be ready to announce that 4,000 soldiers from 16 Air Assault Brigade, built around the 3rd Battalion, the Parachute Regiment, wil >>>


      ABUSIVE COLONEL TO BLAME FOR ‘BERSERK ON FLIGHT‘ TRIAL
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Adam Fresco AN ARMY colonel who was cleared yesterday of going berserk on a flight home from Thailand after drinking alcohol was told that he had brought the prosecution on himself.

Peter Roberts, 51, the British defence attaché in Thailand, was accused of hurling abuse at other passengers and threaten >>>


      BRITAIN ACCUSED OF TURNING BLIND EYE TO TORTURE FLIGHTS
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Charles Bremner EUROPEAN Governments are aware that America has abducted more than 100 terrorist suspects and flown many to prisons where they were tortured by other nations, according to a report released yesterday by the Council of Europe.

The inquiry, led by Dick Marty, a Swiss Member of Parliament who m >>>


      BRITAIN ESCAPES THE ICE, SO FAR
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Paul Simons EACH winter, a huge dome of freezing air sits over the heart of Russia, but this year it has slipped across large parts of Europe, creating bone–chilling temperatures.

From Lithuania to Turkey, temperatures sank as low as minus 30C (22F). Poland had its coldest January weather on record, w >>>


      DAMILOLA FORENSIC TEAM ‘MISSED VITAL EVIDENCE‘
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Stewart Tendler Trial jury is told of ‘crucial‘ errors in murder investigation CRUCIAL clues to the identity of the killers of Damilola Taylor were missed by forensic scientists and finally uncovered after a painstaking new investigation, the Old Bailey was told yesterday.

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      EUROPE FIGHTS FREEZE AS RUSSIA‘S GENERAL WINTER MARCHES WEST
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Roger Boyes PLUMMETING temperatures and icy winds have claimed up to 300 lives across Europe as Russias big freeze spreads westwards.

The Arctic chill has closed schools, frozen out hospital wards, cracked railway lines and immobilised motorways, airports and river traffic.

The worst–hit coun >>>


      FOUND GUILTY OF THAT HEINOUS CRIME: SWEDISHNESS
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Simon Barnes, chief sports writer SVENNIS K did not know what he had done. He was not aware that he had committed a crime, only of the fact that he was guilty and must be punished. There was no avoiding this fate. And a crime was not, in fact, entirely necessary, or even the punishment. It was the guilty verdict alo >>>


      GET YOUR NAPPIES ON &#151; WE‘RE OFF
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Get your nappies on we‘re off By Jane Macartney China‘s rural poor are gearing up for their annual New Year railway odyssey CHINESE new year is just days away. Sales of firecrackers are soaring and shelves are groaning as families stock up for the greatest festival of the year. Loved ones are going home for >>>


      HAIR ‘GROWTH‘ ADVERT THAT PROVED A BIT THIN ON FACTS
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Alan Hamilton IN MANS endless and mainly hopeless war against baldness, a Bobby Charlton comb–over is about as much use as the ancient Egyptian remedy of smearing a shining pate with hippopotamus fat. Especially if you face south in a westerly gale.

But the hucksters and snake–oil pedlars never >>>


      HOW A BIKE FRAMED PRESCOTT‘S OPPOSITION TO SCHOOL REFORM
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Andrew Pierce JOHN PRESCOTT has two grace–and–favour houses and two Jags, yet it is the absence of a bicycle as a child that has cemented his opposition to Tony Blairs education reforms.

When the Deputy Prime Minister failed his 11–plus he was denied a promised new bike from his father. In >>>


      LIFE, AND OTHER ISSUES
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      Bel Mooney I love my husband but am violently attracted to another woman Dear Bel, I am 40, married for ten years, with two children, aged 8 and 5. Although we have had the usual rough patches we are stable, contented and happy.

I work part–time in a satisfying job; we are well off, have terrific friends >>>


      PAEDOPHILE SENT TO SCHOOL TO DO COMMUNITY SERVICE
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Lewis Smith Probation service unaware that man convicted of assault had been investigated over child sex attack A PAEDOPHILE cleared by the Probation Service to work at a school was jailed for six months yesterday for sexually assaulting a child.

Ian Missing, 23, had been referred to the Probation Service i >>>


      PULLOUT OFFER ON EVE OF ELECTION
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      From Stephen Farrell in Gaza City AS PALESTINIAN voters prepared to cast their ballots in todays parliamentary elections, Israels acting Prime Minister sought to sway the vote by offering further withdrawals from the West Bank.

In a clear message to the Palestinian electorate, Ehud Olmert implored them not to >>>


      SCIENTISTS FIND WORLD‘S TINIEST VERTEBRATE: IT‘S A REAL TIDDLER
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Mark Henderson, Science Correspondent THE smallest animal with a backbone known to science, a fish from the carp family, has been discovered in the peat swamps of Indonesia.

Mature females of the fish species Paedocypris progenetica reach just 7.'mm (3/10 in) in length, making them the smallest vertebra >>>


      SEQUINS AND STAGE EFFECTS CAPTURE THE JOY OF COUTURE
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      From Carolyn Asome in Paris FINDING a formula for designing a collection that titillates the press as well as sells is no mean feat in the cut–throat world of Paris couture week, which once upon a time or actually only as far back as ten years ago comprised at least twenty headline names.

Today there are >>>


      STUDENTS BAN CHRISTIANS IN ROW OVER GAYS
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Ruth Gledhill, Religion Correspondent A UNIVERSITY Christian Union has been suspended and had its bank account frozen after refusing to open its membership to people of all religions.

The Christian Union, an evangelical student organisation, has instructed lawyers and is threatening court proceedings agains >>>


      WHITE HOUSE GIVEN A ROUGH HANDLING OVER TREATMENT OF SUSPECTS
      The Times, 25-01-2006
      By Bronwen Maddox THE Bush Administrations battle to treat suspected terrorists the way it wants may go on as long as the War on Terror.

Yesterday it suffered a setback when a US federal judge ordered it to release the names of hundreds of detainees at Guantanamo Bay.

As Charles Bremner reports, a Cou >>>


      ALL AGENCIES ON ALERT AGAINST SNOW
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      AVALANCHE WARNING ISSUED IN THE EAST
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      BEYOĐLU CHIEF PROSECUTOR SUSPENDED
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      DOMESTIC AGENDA
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      ERDOĐAN‘S COMPLAINT AGAINST AUTHOR REJECTED
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      EU EXTENDS IMPORT BAN ON CAPTIVE BIRDS BY 4 MONTHS
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      FOREIGN MINISTRY PAYS ITS LAST RESPECTS TO EIGHT EMPLOYEES
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      KÜ'';ÜK'';EKMECE ADMINISTRATOR INVESTIGATED
      25-01-2006
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      LIFE GRINDS TO A HALT AS SNOW COVERS THE NATION
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      MUMCU REMEMBERED AROUND THE NATION
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      TURKEY ON SNOW ALERT
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      US FIRMS LOSING GROUND IN TURKISH DEFENSE MARKET
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      AUSTRIAN INVESTMENT PROGRAM GETS UNDER WAY
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      BULGARIA‘S ECONOMY LAGS BEHIND EUROPEAN AVERAGES
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      CENTRAL BANK‘S RATES STABLE, REFORMS DOUBTFUL
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      CENTRAL BANK RATES UNCHANGED
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      ERDOĐAN RECEIVES PUTIN&#8217;S ASSURANCE ON GAS SUPPLY
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      FINANCELINE
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      FORD TO CUT 30,000 JOBS, CLOSE 14 PLANTS
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      HYUNDAI STARTS CZECH DISCUSSIONS OVER PLANNED AUTO PLANT
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      IRAN CENTRAL BANK NOT PREPARING FOR SANCTIONS
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      IRAQ DELIVERS CRUDE OIL TO CEYHAN PIPELINE
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      IRAQ START TALKS WITH ARAB STATES OVER $40 BILLION OF DEBT
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      NOKIA AWARE OF CEO–DESIGNATE‘S FINE
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      NOKIA, MOTOROLA, INTEL FORM ALLIANCE FOR MOBILE TV
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      S&P RAISES TURKEY‘S CREDIT OUTLOOK TO POSITIVE
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      STAR‘S JOY, JOY TURK TENDERS CONCLUDED
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      TURKEY GIVES 40 MEGAWATTS OF ELECTRICITY TO GEORGIA AFTER GAS LINE EXPLOSIONS
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      TURKISH FIRM, KALEKALÝP BECOMES BOEING SUPPLIER
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      TURKISH REFORM DELAY THREATENS RIFT WITH IMF
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      US FAST FOOD COMES TO SYRIA
      25-01-2006
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      ‘SESAME STREET‘ HITS THE BIG–SCREEN IN SUNDANCE DOCUMENTARY
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      ACADEMY AWARD STATUETTES ARRIVE IN NEW YORK CITY
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      BBC‘S ‘TOP OF THE POPS‘ MAY BE HEADING STATESIDE
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      DIMAGGIO MEMORABILIA TO GO ON AUCTION IN NEW YORK
      25-01-2006
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      EU–FUNDED YOUTH PROJECT OFFERS ART TO FIGHT INTERCULTURAL PREJUDICE
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      FAMILY VALUES MOVIE AWARDS LAUNCHED BY US CONSERVATIVES
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      FILM ACADEMY PLANS HOLLYWOOD MOVIE ARCHIVE, MUSEUM
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      NEW BABY JOY FOR STOLEN BABY PENGUIN PARENTS
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      PARIS COUTURE: ARMANI TONES DOWN THE GLITZ, GALLIANO SEES RED
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      PLACIDO DOMINGO AND GUESTS BRING OPERA BACK TO NEW ORLEANS
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      TODAY IN HISTORY
      25-01-2006
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      US STUDY SHOWS STRESS RESULTS IN STRONGER BOYS
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      US TELEVISION SHOW ‘SCRUBS‘ GETTING SILLIER AND SILLIER
      25-01-2006
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      ABBAS URGES MAXIMUM VOTE TURNOUT
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      BOMBS KILL EIGHT IN IRANIAN OIL CITY
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      BUSH DEFENDS ANTI–TERRORISM TACTICS
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      CANADA‘S CONSERVATIVES PROMISE CHANGE AFTER ELECTION WIN
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      DEATH TOLL IN MONTENEGRO TRAIN WRECK RISES TO 44
      25-01-2006
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      KUWAIT EMIR TO ABDICATE, ENDING SUCCESSION ROW
      25-01-2006
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      MILITANTS PLEDGE TO ENSURE SMOOTH PALESTINIAN VOTE
      25-01-2006
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      NEWSLINE
      25-01-2006
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      PARLIAMENT VOTES OUT KUWAIT EMIR
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