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      FRANCE SEARCHES ITS SOUL ASKING WHY THE DEMIGOD LOST HIS HEAD
      , 11-07-2006
      Berlin, July 11: The lights had dimmed over the grand arena, the fireworks had long since fizzed out, the triumphalist sounds of Pavarotti and Queen faded away.

In one of the nooks of the Olympic Stadium concourse, barely a few hundred metres from where Fabio Cannavaro had lifted the golden trophy, a group of >>>


      I INSULTED SUPER ARROGANT ZIDANE: MATERAZZI
      , 11-07-2006
      Updated: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at 1755 hours IST Rome, July 11: Italian defender Marco Materazzi acknowledged that he insulted French player Zinedine Zidane because he was super arrogant in the World Cup final, La Gazzetta Dello Sport reported.

Zidane, 34, floored Materazzi with a head butt to the chest in >>>


      INDIA‘S MISSILE TESTS DIDN‘T FIGURE IN TALKS: KASURI
      , 11-07-2006
      Washington, July 11: The testing of the Agni III missile by India did not come up for discussion between visiting Pakistani Foreign Minister Khurshid Kasuri and the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, even though the focus was on Pakistan, India and Afghanistan, Kasuri said.

"No. We didn‘t discu >>>


      INDIA INC GROWTH STORY EXPECTED TO CONTINUE
      , 11-07-2006
      Mumbai, July 11: Investors and analysts are expecting another good quarter from India Inc. With results of first quarter (April–June) of 2006–07 set to come out in the coming days, analysts are still betting on the corporate growth story.

The domestic demand–driven growth momentum is likely t >>>


      INTERNET POKER COULD NET US BILLIONS IN TAX
      , 11-07-2006
      New York, July 11: Regulating Internet poker could bring the US government some $3.3 billion in taxes annually, according to a study to be released on Tuesday, ahead of an expected debate over legislation to ban online gambling.

Income taxes on winnings from Internet poker alone –– which is estimat >>>


      LIFE HAS COME A FULL CIRCLE: A R REHMAN
      , 11-07-2006
      New Delhi, July 11: The man who‘s given some of the most commercially successful music in recent times is all set to "give space to non–mainstream work and less known but immensely talented artists." Music director A R Rehman isn‘t revealing much about his new label, except that it will be o >>>


      MUMBAI, KASHMIR BLASTS INHUMAN: KALAM
      , 11-07-2006
      New Delhi, July 11: Terming the blasts in Jammu and Kashmir and Mumbai as inhuman, President A P J Abdul Kalam appealed to the people for maintaining calm and assist the administration in providing relief to the injured.

"The President has said such inhuman acts are condemnable outrightly and persons re >>>


      N–DEAL BILL SET TO GET ‘FULL HOUSE‘ NOD
      , 11-07-2006
      Updated: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at 1536 hours IST Washington, July 11: Observing that the House International Relations Committee had produced a "very good bill" on the Indo–US civilian nuclear deal, the Co–Chair of the Congressional Caucus on India Gary Ackerman has expressed confidence that the >>>


      PASSERS–BY NAB MILITANT AFTER SRINAGAR ATTACK
      , 11-07-2006
      Srinagar, July 11: In a rare instance, passers– by on Tuesday caught a suspected militant and handed him over to police soon after he lobbed a grenade on a vehicle in the heart of this city, officials said.

Ten people –– seven from Jammu, two locals and a tourist from West Bengal –&ndas >>>


      PM TALKS ‘AUTONOMY‘, IS RAMADOSS LISTENING?
      , 11-07-2006
      Updated: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at 1630 hours IST Kolkata, July 11: Seeking to set at rest the controversy over an OBC quota in elite educational institutions, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said his government was committed to ensuring excellence and widening access to education for all sections of society.< >>>


      POLICE PROBING LET LINKS IN BLASTS
      , 11-07-2006
      Updated: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at 2156 hours IST Mumbai, July 11: Police are probing possible links between today‘s serial blasts in suburban trains, which killed at least 135 people, and the seizures of radio–enabled detonators here in March and a huge consignment of RDX at Aurangabad in May.

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      SERIES OF BLASTS ROCK MUMBAI, 137 KILLED
      , 11-07-2006
      Updated: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at 2158 hours IST Mumbai, July 11: At least 137 people were killed and 300 injured in a string of seven terror blasts in first class compartments of suburban trains around 6pm during the peak hour traffic in Mumbai on Tuesday.

As the blasts ripped apart train compartments, mangl >>>


      TERRORISTS WILL BE DEFEATED: PM TO COUNTRYMEN
      , 11-07-2006
      Updated: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at 2108 hours IST New Delhi, July 11: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh tonight reviewed the security situation in the aftermath of blasts in Mumbai and Srinagar after which he expressed the government‘s resolve to "fight and defeat the evil designs of terrorists". He appeale >>>


      UNITED COLOURS OF FOOTBALL
      , 11-07-2006
      The big story of World Cup 2006 is not that Italy won, nor even the shameful exit of Zinedine Zidane from a stage he graced for so long.

It is the manner in which football and footballers helped a nation discover itself, feel the joys of waving the national flag, singing the national anthem. For 60 years Germa >>>


      US WORKING ON SEALING N–DEAL IN JULY: RICE
      , 11-07-2006
      Washington, July 11: The Bush administration has made it clear that it would not support India joining non–proliferation treaty as a nuclear weapon state, even as it worked "hard" for passage of legislation in Congress to implement the landmark civilian nuclear deal this month.

In a veiled refe >>>


      THE CLOCK TICKS. SUDAN HEADS FOR DISASTER
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      The world seems to be turning away from the refugees of Darfur – but the United Nations has a duty to act By James Smith× July 11, 2006 A countdown of less than '0 days has begun until the vulnerable people of Darfur are abandoned by world leaders who cannot make a decision

– whether to p >>>


      CHAD, SUDAN TO RESTORE DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      July 10, 2006 (NDJAMENA) The foreign minister of the African state of Chad arrived to Khartoum Monday on what was described as a mission to sound out the possibility of resuming relations with its estranged neighbour Sudan.

Chads FM Ahmat Allami Ahmat Allami took with him a message from his president, Idriss D >>>


      DARFUR MINAWI GROUP DENIES UN ACCUSATIONS OF RAPE AND KILLING
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      July 10, 2006 (KHARTOUM) A Darfur rebel faction, which signed a May peace deal for the western Sudanese region, denied accusation published in a UN report s of raping and murdering civilians in an offensive against rebel holdouts.

Displaced women discussing sexual violence around Garsila camp in West Darfur. W >>>


      DARFUR&#8217;S ONCE–UNITED REBELS ARE NOW FIGHTING EACH OTHER
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      By Shashank Bengali July 10, 2006 (TAWILLA) The attack on the village of Tarny was a textbook Darfur killing spree: Gunmen, riding on horses and in SUVs, swarmed in before dawn, looting livestock and shooting villagers.

Teenage Sudan Liberation Army fighters wearing amulets ( believed to bring good luck and pr >>>


      DARFUR, LITTLE HAS CHANGED SINCE PEACE DEAL
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      July 10, 2006 (KASSAB) Dont ask Ibrahim Rahma about the peace agreement for Darfur. Where he sits, in this camp where thousands displaced by the war in western Sudan now live in tumbledown wooden shacks, there is no peace.

Members of the Sudan Liberation Army disembark from their vehicle in Susuwa, north Darfu >>>


      ETHIOPIA MULLS EXPLOITATION OF HYDROPOWER POTENTIAL
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      July 10, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) – Ethiopian government is studying to exploit economically hydropower potential of more than 30,000 MW, but the vast majority of its domestic energy need is fulfilled by wood fuel and animal dung, a government official lamented on Monday.

At a three–day workshop on the c >>>


      FACT FINDING MISSION OPTIMISTIC OVER SOMALI RIVAL TALKS IN SUDAN
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      July 10, 2006 (NAIROBI) A joint fact–finding mission, comprising representatives of the European Union, African Union, Inter–Governmental Authority on Development and the Arab League has expressed optimism that this weeks talks between Somali rivalgroups in Sudan would be successful.

Addressing a n >>>


      KENYA, S. SUDAN TO SIGN TECHNICAL, ECONOMIC COOPERATION DEAL
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      July 10, 2006 (NAIROBI) An agreement on technical, economic and cultural cooperation between Kenya and the southern Sudan is expected to enhance ties between the east African nation and the vast region which recently emerged from more than two decades of civil war, officials said on Monday.

The agreement, whic >>>


      SUDAN IS MOST DANGEROUS PLACE FOR CHILDREN
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      July 11, 2006 (LONDON) Sudan, Uganda and Congo are the worlds three most dangerous places for children due to wars that have brought death, disease and displacement to millions, a Reuters poll of humanitarian experts showed on Tuesday.

Sudanese displaced children are seen from inside a tent in the Internally D >>>


      SUDAN&#8217;S KIIR TO ASMARA ON 15 JULY FOR TALKS WITH DARFUR REBELS
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      July 10, 2006 (KHARTOUM) The first vice–president Lt–Gen Salvia Kiir Mayardit, is expected to visit Asmara, next Saturday to hold talks with leaders of a Darfur rebel group recently created.

Salva Kiir Salav Kiir will meet on Saturday 15 July the leaders of the National Redemption Front (NRF) in a >>>


      SUDANESE PRIEST RECOUNTS HIS ORDEALS ENCOUNTERED IN UPPER NILE
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      By Jervasio O.Okot July 10, 2006 (MALAKAL) A Catholic Priest who has performed pastoral work in Malakal and around the controversial oil–field areas has revealed his encounter with the former Government of Sudan militias and Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) Security organs for speaking against human rights abuses comm >>>


      WOLFOWITZ RENEWS WORLD BANK SUPPORT TO ETHIOPIA
      Sudan Tribune, 11-07-2006
      July 11, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) The Work Band President reiterated his support to Ethiopias efforts to improve the livelihoods, underlining that worlds richest countries have to meet their pledge to Africa.

In a press statement upon his arrival to the Ethiopian capital Monday, the president of the World Bank, Paul >>>


      AUSTRALIAN PM, TREASURER FACE OFF – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      A powerful decade–long alliance between Australia‘s Prime Minister John Howard and Treasurer Peter Costello has come to an end, Australia‘s media declared on Tuesday, with the pair at odds over a leadership succession deal.

Howard and Costello will face each other at a cabinet meeting on Tue >>>


      FIFTEEN KILLED IN HONDURAN BUS COLLISION – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      A bus with failing brakes slammed into the back of another bus on the outskirts of the Honduran capital, killing 15 people and injuring more than 24, authorities said Tuesday.

The driver of the malfunctioning bus asked passengers to pray before he crashed into the other vehicle, pushing it some 500 feet down >>>


      HUSSEINTRIAL ADJOURNS TO RESOLVE DEFENSE BOYCOTT – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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      IRAQIS TURN TO FAKE IDS AS PROTECTION – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      A bookstore in eastern Baghdad is getting more customers these days, but they aren‘t looking for something to read. The owner sells fake IDs, a booming business as Iraqis try to hide their identities in hopes of staying alive.

Although it‘s nearly impossible to distinguish between a Sunni and a Sh >>>


      MEXICO‘S FOX STAYING OUT OF ELECTION FRAY – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      President Vicente Fox won‘t meet with either of the two candidates who claim to have won Mexico‘s presidential race until the nation‘s top electoral court declares a victor, his spokesman said Monday.

In his first briefing since the July 2 election, Ruben Aguilar said Fox spoke with ruling&n >>>


      SMOG PROBLEMS SURGE IN CHILE‘S CAPITAL – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Chile‘s capital, home to some of Latin America‘s foulest air, is losing ground in its battle against pollution after hard–won gains in the 1''0s.

From 1''0–2000 air pollution levels fell in Santiago as factories switched to cleaner fuels and belching old buses hit the s >>>


      SUSPECTED COLOMBIAN DRUG LORD ARRESTED IN SPAIN – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Spanish police have arrested a suspected Colombian drug lord who once allegedly worked with some of the country‘s most notorious cocaine cartels, authorities said.

Leonidas Vargas was arrested Saturday near a Madrid hotel and found to be carrying a fake Venezuelan passport, a National Police official sa >>>


      3–TON CONCRETE PANELS KILL WOMAN IN BIG DIG TUNNEL – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Three–ton concrete panels fell from the ceiling of Boston‘s Big Dig tunnel, killing a woman in a car and shutting down a section of the massive building project that has become both a central route through the city and a source of construction concerns and cost overruns.

The woman was a passenger >>>


      30 AFGHAN INSURGENTS KILLED – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Afghan and coalition forces have been fighting insurgents in the southern part of the country, killing an estimated 30 "extremist fighters" during a raid in the village of Sangin.

"These enemies of Afghanistan have actively planned and carried out attacks on Afghan and coalition forces in both >>>


      '00 MORE UK TROOPSFOR AFGHANISTAN – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Britain will bolster its force in Afghanistan by about '00 troops in the next few months, UK Defense Secretary Des Browne has said.

Britain currently has about 4,800 troops in Afghanistan, 3,600 of them in the restive Helmand province, where the additional troops will be stationed.

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      '00 MORE UK TROOPSFOR AFGHANISTAN – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Britain will bolster its force in Afghanistan by about '00 troops in the next few months, UK Defense Secretary Des Browne has said.

Britain currently has about 4,800 troops in Afghanistan, 3,600 of them in the restive Helmand province, where the additional troops will be stationed.

"It remai >>>


      ACTRESS AND SPOKESWOMAN JUNEALLYSON DIES – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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      ALCOA PROFIT SOARS ON HEFTY DEMAND – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Aluminum producer Alcoa Inc. said Monday second–quarter profit ballooned 62 percent as higher aluminum prices and strong demand from the aerospace and construction industries boosted results.

Net income surged to $744 million, or 85 cents per share, from $460 million, or 52 cents per share, a year ago. >>>


      AMERICAN FARMERSSUING AWB FOR $1B – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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      ASTRONAUT TO NASA: CAN‘T FIX IT, DUCT IT? – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Even in space, a little duct tape may work wonders.

Astronaut Piers Sellers suggested using some multipurpose sticky material to fix a safety–jet backpack used during spacewalks after it almost came loose from him while he repaired the international space station.

"Right now, is there some >>>


      BASAYEV DEATH SEEN AS RUSSIA BOOST – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Shamil Basayev was the face and the brains of the Chechen rebels, but opinion was divided on Tuesday as to whether his death would be a fatal blow to the insurgency that has bloodied Russian troops for years and whose violence has spread throughout the largely Muslim North Caucasus.

Just as Basayev thrived fo >>>


      BLACK HOLE FINDINGS YIELD NEW MYSTERIES – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Until recently, black holes have remained hidden beneath invisibility cloaks. Whereas a lot has been known about the existence and properties of black holes from Einstein‘s theory of general relativity, tangible evidence has been a recent phenomenon.

Have astronomers gained wizard–like powers to v >>>


      BLASTS HIT MUMBAI COMMUTER TRAINS – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      At least five bombs rocked commuter trains at rush hour Tuesday in and around India‘s financial capital of Mumbai, CNN–IBN reported, with at least 15 deaths reported.

Dozens of people were injured. A correspondent for CNN‘s sister network, CNN–IBN, reported seeing 15 bodies at the Matu >>>


      BLOGGER PROVES ONE RED PAPER CLIP CAN INDEED BUY A HOUSE – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Taking a paper clip and turning it into a house sounds like a cheesy magic trick or a phony instance of resourcefulness on the 1'80s TV show "MacGyver." Kyle MacDonald, however, has pulled it off.

One year ago, the 26–year–old blogger from Montreal set out to barter one red paper cli >>>


      BOY GETS 26 YEARS FOR MURDERING PLAYMATE – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      A boy convicted as an adult of stabbing a playmate to death when he was 12 years old was sentenced Monday to the maximum 26 years in prison.

A jury convicted Evan Savoie, now 15, of first–degree murder for the 2003 stabbing death of 13–year–old Craig Sorger, who was developmentally disabled. >>>


      CASHING IN ONCASUAL GAMES – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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      CLIMATE CHANGE COULDSOUR WINERIES – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Climate warming could spell disaster for much of the multibillion–dollar U.S. wine industry.

Areas suitable for growing premium wine grapes could be reduced by 50 percent –– and possibly as much as 81 percent –– by the end of this century, according to a study Monday in Proceedin >>>


      CRUISING THEBRITISH ISLES – JUL ', 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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      DOMENECH TO REMAIN AS FRANCE COACH – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Raymond Domenech will stay on as France coach after leading the country to the World Cup final.

Domenech, who took over from Jacques Santini after Euro 2004, has accepted an offer of a two–year contract extension.

"Taking into account our excellent performance in the World Cup, the federal >>>


      ELIZABETH TAYLOR: ‘I ENJOY FOOD TOO MUCH‘ – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Elizabeth Taylor, who has been thin and not–so–thin, says she won‘t starve herself to be like Hollywood‘s size–zero starlets.

"I wish I could be that size, but I can‘t be," Taylor says in the August issue of Harper‘s Bazaar, on newsstands July 25. "I en >>>


      EUROPE STOCKS DIP – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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      FIFA INVESTIGATE ZIDANE HEAD–BUTT – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      FIFA are to open a disciplinary investigation into the circumstances surrounding France captain Zinedine Zidane‘s head–butt on Marco Materazzi during the World Cup final.

Playing the last match of his career, the French midfielder drove his head into Materazzi‘s chest in the second period of >>>


      FLIGHTS CUT AS IBERIA PILOTS STRIKE – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      A holiday–season strike by Iberia pilots forced the Spanish airline to scrap a quarter of its flights on Monday, the first of seven days of action against the carrier‘s plan to launch a budget offshoot.

Pilots‘ union SEPLA wants guarantees that Iberia‘s planned low–cost airline, >>>


      ISRAELHITS GAZA WITH NEW STRIKES – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      An Israeli airstrike killed another Palestinian militant Tuesday as neither Israel nor Hamas appeared ready to back down in their nearly 2–week–old standoff.

An Israeli drone fired on a car in the northern Gaza town of Beit Hanoun, killing the Palestinian militant and wounding two others, Palestin >>>


      ITALIANTEAMMAKESHEROES‘ RETURN – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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      JAPAN N–CRISIS DRAFTUNDER ATTACK – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      China has described Japanese efforts to pass a U.N. resolution that would impose sanctions on North Korea for conducting missile tests an "overreaction," recommending the draft be revised.

"If adopted, it will intensify contradictions and increase tension," Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jia >>>


      JOHNNY DEPP A BOX OFFICE MAGNET – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Who knew a good Keith Richards impression could be so lucrative?

"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man‘s Chest," which earned a record haul of $135.6 million in its opening weekend, is a sequel full of special effects, plot twists and pretty heartthrobs.

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      LISELLING PCCW STAKE FOR $1.17B – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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      MAJOROPERATIONS SINCE 2001 – JUN 15, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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      MANY DEAD IN BANGLADESH RAIL CRASH – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      A train plowed through a bus Tuesday at an unmanned railway crossing in northern Bangladesh, killing at least 33 people and injuring about 15 others, an official said.

At least 20 bus passengers were killed at the scene of the accident in Joypurhat, while 13 others later died of their injuries on the way or a >>>


      MASTERMIND OF RUSSIAN SCHOOL SIEGE KILLED – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Russian security agents have killed the nation‘s most–wanted man, Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev, the director of the Federal Security Service said Monday.

Basayev claimed responsibility for the Beslan school attack in 2004, in which 331 people, half of them children, were killed.

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      MCLAREN AXE MONTOYA FOR DE LA ROSA – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Spaniard Pedro de la Rosa will replace Juan Pablo Montoya in Sunday‘s French Grand Prix after the Colombian parted company with McLaren on Tuesday.

"Team McLaren Mercedes and Juan Pablo Montoya have mutually agreed for him to step down in the forthcoming races of this year‘s world championshi >>>


      MYSTIC MUSHROOMS SPAWN MAGIC EVENT – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      People who took an illegal drug made from mushrooms reported profound mystical experiences that led to behavior changes lasting for weeks –– all part of an experiment that recalls the psychedelic ‘60s.

Many of the 36 volunteers rated their reaction to a single dose of the drug, called psiloc >>>


      NEW TOUR OF MARIE–ANTOINETTE‘S QUARTERS AT VERSAILLES – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Visitors to Versailles now have access to attractions related to Marie–Antoinette which are newly restored or have not previously been open to the public.

Versailles is selling separate tickets to the Marie–Antoinette estate for $11.30 in addition to the general entrance fee of $10.

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      NODEAL AHEAD OF IRAN DEADLINE – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Iran‘s top nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani warned Tuesday that talks on his country‘s atomic program will be a "long process," urging patience and dashing hopes of a breakthrough on the international standoff.

His comments after talks with EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana appeared t >>>


      NO JOKE: SPACEWALK STARTS AND ENDS WITH LAUGHS – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Floating free in a spacesuit 220 miles above Earth, the difference between a joking good time and grunt–inducing hard work came down to an extra few turns of a wrench and a loose safety device connector.

Discovery astronauts Piers Sellers and Michael Fossum were wisecracking jokesters for much of their >>>


      ONLINE GAMBLING FACES FULL HOUSE – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Congress may deliver a blow to gamblers who prefer going online to going to Las Vegas.

The House is debating a bill that would clarify existing law by spelling out that Internet gambling is illegal. The legislation would forbid credit cards and other forms of payment from being used to settle online wagers an >>>


      ORIGINAL COMMODORE DIES AT 58 – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Milan B. Williams, one of the original members of the Commodores, died after a long battle with cancer. He was 58.

Williams died Sunday at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, said JoAnn Geffen, a spokeswoman for the band.

Williams, who played keyboards, was one of the foun >>>


      ORLANDO BLOOM LOVES LIFE AS A ‘PIRATE‘ – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Since playing an aspiring pirate in 2003‘s "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," Orlando Bloom has been an elf, a milkman, a shoe designer and a soldier.

The 2'–year–old British actor is back to his seafaring ways in the second "Pirates" film, &quo >>>


      PINK FLOYD LEGEND SYD BARRETT DIES – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Syd Barrett, the eccentric guitarist who founded Pink Floyd but later left the music business to live quietly and somewhat reclusively, has died at the age of 60, according to a spokeswoman for the band.

A spokeswoman for Pink Floyd told the Press Association: "He died very peacefully a couple of days ag >>>


      POLICE: MORE ARRESTS LIKELY IN GANG RAPE OF 11–YEAR–OLD – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      More arrests are likely in a rape case involving an 11–year–old girl who may have been attacked by as many as 10 men, according to police.

Two arrests have been made in the Saturday attack, and officials said they have identified eight others as persons of interest. Most or all are students at eit >>>


      PREGNANT RADCLIFFE SET TO CONTINUE – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      World marathon champion Paula Radcliffe, who had been aiming for a return to competition at the European championships next month, says she is expecting a baby in January.

However, the 32–year–old Briton has vowed to continue competing after announcing her pregnancy.

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      REAL–LIFE BRIDGET JONES REVEALS ALL – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      What if Bridget Jones, fictional chronicler of the trials and tribulations of 30–something singletons, had left London to become a tabloid reporter in New York?

And what if she had a Carrie Bradshaw–like newspaper column, detailing her troubled love life and bad dates?

A book not unlike & >>>


      RETAILER M&S SALES UP 8.2 PERCENT – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      British department store operator Marks & Spencer Group on Tuesday reported a gain in underlying sales of 8.2 percent compared with a year ago.

The company said underlying sales, which excludes the impact of store openings and closures, rose 10.5 percent for general merchandise while food sales were up 5. >>>


      RUSSIA‘S ‘SECOND CITY‘RICH IN ART AND ELEGANCE – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Glorious on one block, dismal on the next –– St. Petersburg is a chalice holding the extremes of Russia‘s history. For an outsider trying to grasp Russia‘s sweep and complexities in a short trip, St. Petersburg may be the ideal synopsis. It‘s the pinnacle of czarist ostentation and the pl >>>


      SEOUL: JAPAN INFLAMING N–CRISIS – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      South Korea has accused Japan of intensifying the North Korean missile crisis with provocative rhetoric about knocking out the North‘s missile bases with a pre–emptive strike.

The comments by Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Shinzo Abe on Monday were "threatening remarks" that undermine >>>


      SIRENSAS UKRAINEGOVT INCHAOS – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Ukraine‘s parliament, all but shut down during three months of fruitless coalition talks, plunged into chaos on Tuesday with backers of the "Orange Revolution" storming the rostrum and sounding sirens to halt debate.

The chamber opened its sitting by endorsing a coalition government headed by >>>


      SOURCES: RIGHTS PLEDGE FOR GITMO DETAINEES – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      All detainees in U.S. military custody at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, are to be granted all the privileges of the Geneva Conventions, sources have told CNN.

This is the first time the detainees –– including those suspected of being members of al Qaeda –– will have the full protection of the >>>


      SOURCES: SOMALI WARLORD SURRENDERS – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      One of Mogadishu‘s last holdout warlords surrendered to powerful Islamists after losing most of his territory in two days of fighting that killed more than 140 people, militia sources said on Tuesday.

"It has become necessary to surrender and give peace a chance," a militiaman loyal to warlord >>>


      SPAIN FLIGHTS CUT AS PILOTS STRIKE – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Pilots at Iberia started a seven–day strike on Monday against the Spanish carrier‘s plan to create a budget offshoot, forcing the airline to scrap a quarter of its flights.

Pilots‘ union SEPLA wants guarantees that Iberia‘s plans to launch a low–cost airline, provisionally called >>>


      TECH WEAKNESS DRAGS NIKKEI LOWER – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Japan and most other markets in Asia are slightly lower at midday Tuesday after falls for some U.S. technology stocks.

But the declines are muted, and Taiwan is showing a slight rise. In Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 average is down 0.' percent at the break as technology–related firms such as TDK Corp. fall >>>


      THREE–CENTURY–OLD VIRGINIA WITCH IS EXONERATED – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      The Witch of Pungo is no longer a witch. Gov. Timothy M. Kaine gave an informal pardon Monday to Grace Sherwood, who 300 years ago became Virginia‘s only person convicted as a witch tried by water.

"I am pleased to officially restore the good name of Grace Sherwood," Kaine wrote in a letter th >>>


      TINY SEARCH ENGINES LOOK FORA NICHE – JUL 11, 2006
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      TOBACCOCOULD KILL 1 BILLION THIS CENTURY IF CURRENT TRENDS HOLD – JUL 10, 2006
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      TOURISTS DIE IN KASHMIR BUS ATTACK – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Suspected Islamic insurgents hurled a grenade at bus carrying Indian tourists in India‘s part of Kashmir on Tuesday, killing four and wounding at least 10, police said.

Details were scant, but police officer S.A. Mujtaba said the bus was traveling through the city of Srinagar when it was attacked.
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      TWO DEAD AFTER BLAST IN WISCONSIN RESORT – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      At least one explosion damaged three buildings in this resort community early Monday, killing two people and sending seven others to hospitals, authorities said.

The blast struck a grocery store, a cottage and a maintenance building that contained living quarters in Ellison Bay, on the Door County peninsula t >>>


      U.S. SET TO SIGN RUSSIAN WTO DEAL – JUL 11, 2006
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      U.S. SLAMS ‘DEAD SOLDIERS‘ VIDEO – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      The U.S. military has condemned the posting of video by Islamic Web sites purportedly showing the bodies of two U.S. soldiers kidnapped and killed last month south of Baghdad.

A statement by the U.S.–led coalition on Tuesday attacked "the release of the video in the strongest of terms; it demonstra >>>


      VIDEO: SOLDIER DEATHS WERE RETALIATION FOR RAPE – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Militant Islamic Web sites have posted video that purportedly shows the bodies of two U.S. soldiers kidnapped and killed last month in Yusufiya, Iraq.

The video was accompanied by a statement that linked the killings with the alleged rape of a young Iraqi woman in March.

CNN cannot independently auth >>>


      ‘KINKY‘ BUT NOT ‘GRANDMA‘TO BE ON THE TEXASBALLOT – JUL 10, 2006
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      DEPRESSION TIED TO RISKY TEEN SEX – JUL 10, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      Sexually experienced middle– and high–school teenagers with higher levels of depressive symptoms are more likely to engage in risky sexual behavior, a new study shows.

"The study findings underscore that it is important for parents to be familiar with signs of depression among adolescent boys >>>


      E–MAILMAY HOLD CLUES TO NY BUILDING EXPLOSION – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
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RELATED Emergency crews respond CNN‘s King describes scene YOUR >>>


      ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY MUST REINSTATE CHRISTIAN GROUP – JUL 11, 2006
      CNN, 11-07-2006
      A federal appeals court ruled Monday that an Illinois university must reinstate a student group that had its status revoked over its requirement that members pledge to adhere to Christian beliefs.

The ruling reverses a lower court decision that denied the group a preliminary injunction re–establishing i >>>


      TEEN GETS 45 YEARS FORDISMEMBERING CLASSMATE – JUL 11, 2006
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