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      BA THREATENS ‘NUCLEAR OPTION‘ OF CALLING FOR BREAK–UP OF BAA
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Damian Reece City Editor 03 June 2005 Martin Broughton, the chairman of British Airways, has joined rival airlines in threatening to call for a break–up of BAA if the airports operator pursues the idea of paying for a new runway and terminal at Stansted with levies on passengers at its Heathrow and Gatwick sit >>>


      BOB‘S MILLION IS SYMBOLIC, SAYS MIDGE
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Paul Kelbie, Scotland Correspondent 03 June 2005 Midge Ure has urged authorities in Edinburgh not to "panic" over calls from his fellow Live8 organiser Bob Geldof for a million protesters to come to the city during the G8 summit.

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      BREAKING NEWS÷ SANCTUARY IN TAKEOVER TALKS
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      UK Crime Environment Health/Medical Legal Politics This Britain Transport Ulster Europe Media World Environment Politics Sci/Technology Africa Americas Asia Australasia Middle East Robert Fisk Business News Analysis & Features >>>


      BRITISH PLAN TO PUT EU TREATY ON ICE GATHERS MORE SUPPORT
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Stephen Castle in Brussels and Colin Brown 03 June 2005 Jack Straw, the British Foreign Secretary, is expected to announce to the House of Commons on Monday that the Bill to authorise a referendum on the EU constitution will be put on ice.

Mr Straw will tell MPs in a statement to Parliament that the ‘ >>>


      BRITON, 50, CONQUERS 14 HIGHEST MOUNTAINS
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Arifa Akbar 03 June 2005 A middle–aged schoolteacher turned mountaineer has become the first Briton to conquer the world‘s 14 highest peaks. Only 12 others have managed the feat.

Alan Hinkes, 50, reached the summit of Kangchenjunga in eastern Nepal in spite of treacherous conditions and a high r >>>


      BROKER ROUNDUP÷ JP MORGAN REMAINS CAUTIOUS ON THE PRU
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      03 June 2005 JP Morgan reiterates its underweight rating and 410p fair value price for Prudential.

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      BROWN PLANS ABSOLUTE RETURN FUND AT BLUEHONE
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      02 June 2005 Bluehone Investors, the boutique set up by AIM expert Bill Brown, is planning to launch a range of new funds, including an absolute return version of the Active Capital investment trust.

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      BUSH GIVES COOL RECEPTION TO BRITISH PLANS FOR AFRICA AID
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Colin Brown, Deputy Political Editor 03 June 2005 President George Bush is giving a cool reception to British proposals to increase aid for Africa ­ a top priority for Prime Minister Tony Blair before next week‘s meeting between the two leaders.

Mr Blair, a close ally of the United States over the inv >>>


      BUSINESS ANALYSIS÷ EURO‘S SURVIVAL IN DOUBT, CLAIMS BRUSSELS ADVISER
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      News Analysis & Features Comment SME Citywire People Obituaries Profiles Pandora Home > News > Business > Analysis & Features EU Constitution British plan to put EU treaty on ice gathers more support Chirac picks ‘international novice‘ as foreign minister >>>


      CALIFORNIA BEACH MANSIONS WRECKED IN LANDSLIDE
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Andrew Gumbel in Los Angeles 03 June 2005 The first signs of trouble were the unusual noises – what sounded like the rushing of a nearby creek, then metallic pops and the crack and rustle of trees toppling. Then the hilltop residents of Bluebird Canyon, one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in Laguna Beach, >>>


      CHIRAC PICKS ‘INTERNATIONAL NOVICE‘ AS FOREIGN MINISTER
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Jon Boyle 03 June 2005 Jacques Chirac, the French President, has dismissed his foreign minister, Michel Barnier, in a government reshuffle intended to win back voter confidence after his crushing defeat over the European Union constitution.

Philippe Douste–Blazy, a 52–year–old former healt >>>


      COZART EXPANDS IN SWEDEN
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      03 June 2005 Cozart, the AIM–listed group that specialises in products that test for drug abuse, has bought its way into the Swedish market.

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      EARLY MORNING CALL÷ FTSE TO FOLLOW WALL STREET UP
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      03 June 2005 Spreadbetter Finspreads calls the FTSE 100 to open about 10 points higher after Wall Street clawed back losses in late trading.

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      ECHOES OF BULGER CASE AS POLICE RETRACE CHILD‘S STEPS
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Terri Judd 03 June 2005 The tortuous path from the little boy‘s home to the copse where he was allegedly attacked is a mixture of dirty alleyways and uneven paths. It passes through a no man‘s land of discarded tyres, broken bicycles and strips of barbed wire.

Anthony Hinchliffe would then have >>>


      EIGHT ARRESTED AFTER VIDEO OF SREBRENICA EXECUTIONS SHOWN
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Vesna Peric Zimonjic in Belgrade 03 June 2005 Serbian authorities have arrested at least eight men in connection with the murder of Muslims in Srebrenica after a video of the crime was shown at the trial of Slobodan Milosevic.

The Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica said, after holding talks with the >>>


      EUROPE SHRUGS OFF FRENCH AND DUTCH BLOWS
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      Media World Environment Politics Sci/Technology Africa Americas Asia Australasia Middle East Robert Fisk Business News Analysis & Features Comment SME Citywire People Obituaries Profiles Pandora Home > News > Business > Citywire E >>>


      FEARS OVER CHILD LEUKAEMIA LINK TO POWER LINES
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Jeremy Laurance Health Editor 03 June 2005 Public concern about the safety of high voltage power lines will be heightened today by a study showing children living within 200 metres of the overhead electricity cables have a 70 per cent increased risk of developing leukaemia.

The study, involving almost 10,00 >>>


      FRIDAY MIDDAY MARKET÷ LOGISTICS GROUPS RISE ON BID SPECULATION
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      03 June 2005 The FTSE 100 slips into the red ahead of the key US monthly jobs report, but logistics groups are in demand as bid speculation swirls in the sector.

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      HOUSE PRICE GROWTH SLOWS TO 10–YEAR LOW
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Philip Thornton Economics Correspondent 03 June 2005 The slowdown in the housing market broke through another landmark last month as annual price inflation plunged to its lowest level in almost a decade.

Nationwide building society said yesterday the annual rate of house price growth fell to 5.5 per cent in >>>


      HOW WOODWARD MET DEEP THROAT
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      The naming this week of Mark Felt as the senior FBI source in the Watergate affair has ended a 30–year mystery. Now the journalist to whom Felt supplied information has described his very first encounter with the man who was to become his anonymous contact. By Andrew Buncombe 03 June 2005 Marilyn Davis has been p >>>


      INTERNATIONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY HIRES SMITH
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      03 June 2005 The International Biotechnology investment trust has appointed Andrew Smith as an investment manager.

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      JEREMY WARNER‘S OUTLOOK÷ IS PARTYGAMING FOR REAL? WHY YES IT IS, IF YOU DISCOUNT THE FACT THAT IT IS ILLEGAL IN THE US
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      Politics This Britain Transport Ulster Europe Media World Environment Politics Sci/Technology Africa Americas Asia Australasia Middle East Robert Fisk Business News Analysis & Features Comment SME Citywire People Obituaries Pr >>>


      JESHMA MURDER÷ MAN ARRESTED IN LATVIA
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Alison Purdy and Neville Dean 03 June 2005 A man has been arrested in Latvia by detectives investigating the murder of teenager Jeshma Raithatha, police said today.

The man, believed to be the main suspect in the rape and murder of the 17 year old, was arrested by Latvian police yesterday.

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      LANG REVAMPS STYLE AFTER ‘NIGHTMARE’
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      02 June 2005 Jeremy Lang, manager of Liontrust’s First Growth fund, is to alter his highly distinctive investment approach fundamentally after what he acknowledges is a ‘nightmare’ period of underperformance, but warns that it will increase the volatility of his fund’s performance in the short term.

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      MAN–MADE PESTICIDES BLAMED FOR FALL IN MALE FERTILITY OVER PAST 50 YEARS
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Steve Connor, Science Editor 03 June 2005 Pesticides and other man–made chemicals may lower male fertility for at least four generations, according to new research.

Pregnant rats exposed to fungicide sprayed on vineyards and pesticide sprayed on crops had male offspring with a sperm count reduced by 2 >>>


      MAN OF 86 WHO CLAIMS TO BE JAPANESE SOLDIER ‘A FAKE‘
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Elizabeth Davies 03 June 2005 An elderly man claiming to be a third Japanese soldier who has been in hiding in the southern Philippines since the end of the Second World War has been dismissed as a fake.

When 86–year–old Tenglo Tali emerged from the Magalo mountains yesterday, local tribesmen cl >>>


      MARKET REPORT÷ JITTERS OVER DRUG SAFETY DENT ELAN SHARE PRICE
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Michael Jivkov 03 June 2005 Fresh fears about the safety of Elan‘s key multiple sclerosis treatment sent shares in the Irish biotech tumbling 16 per cent yesterday, or ¤1.02, to ¤5.40. The concern was prompted by reports in the US press suggesting a fourth patient may have developed serious side& >>>


      ME AND MY PARTNER÷ ‘WE HAVE A LOT OF CREATIVE TENSION IN OUR RELATIONSHIP‘
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      Rory Steer set up Freeplay Energy 10 years ago after seeing a documentary about a wind–up radio. Technology director John Hutchinson joined him six months later. Turnover at the company is £6.5m Interviews by Gareth Chadwick 22 May 2005 Rory Steer I‘ve been described as a seat–of–the–pants >>>


      MORE NEWS÷ BARCLAYS OPEN TO ACQUISITIONS
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      UK Crime Environment Health/Medical Legal Politics This Britain Transport Ulster Europe Media World Environment Politics Sci/Technology Africa Americas Asia Australasia Middle East Robert Fisk Business News Analysis & Features >>>


      MOTHER OF BOY IN ATTEMPTED–MURDER CASE APPEALS FOR MORE HELP
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Terri Judd 03 June 2005 The mother of a five–year–old boy, who was allegedly attacked by gang of 11– and 12–year–olds in a suspected murder attempt, has issued an appeal for information.

As specially trained officers continued to try to coax more details of the attack out of An >>>


      MPS FLOCK TO JOIN ALL–PARTY CAMPAIGN FOR ELECTORAL REFORM
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Ben Russell, Political Correspondent 03 June 2005 Tony Blair will face increased pressure from all parties next week for action to reform Britain‘s voting system. MPs are hoping to capitalise on a fresh wave of interest in electoral reform when they form a new all–party House of Commons campaign group ne >>>


      NATIONWIDE BUILDING SOCIETY EXTENDS ITS RETIREMENT AGE TO 75
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By James Daley 03 June 2005 Nationwide, the UK‘s largest building society, yesterday became the UK‘s first major employer to extend its compulsory retirement age to 75, allowing its employees the flexibility to continue working well beyond the limit of 65 which most companies enforce.

The move come >>>


      OFFICERS ARRESTED OVER STANLEY SHOOTING
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Jason Bennetto, Crime Correspondent 03 June 2005 Two police marksmen have been arrested on suspicion of murder, five years after they shot dead an unarmed man.

Harry Stanley, 46, from Hackney, east London, was shot in the head and hand in the street in September 1''' after a table leg he was car >>>


      PARTYGAMING÷ WINNER TAKES ALL
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      Jeremy Warner‘s Outlook÷ Is PartyGaming for real? Why yes it is, if you discount the fact that it is illegal in the US James Hipwell÷ Net removes stigma and proves a winner for poker Christine Reilly÷ A temptation that may capture those vulnerable to addiction PartyGaming÷ Winner takes >>>


      PRINTS MAKE RA SUMMER SHOW ART‘S BARGAIN CORNER
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Louise Jury, Arts Correspondent 03 June 2005 It is the exhibition where unknowns get to show their art next to David Hockney and Lucian Freud.

The broad theme of this year‘s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, which opens on Tuesday, is the use of multiple images with a focus on print–making.
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      PROFILE÷ A LOUD VOICE FOR LITTLE LABELS
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      Russell Smith profiles a small business with a big challenge 22 May 2005 Steve Betts started Radiopromotions Ltd in order to provide "big company" promotion services to independent record labels Simply Red, Phil Collins, Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne, UB40; the list of musicians on Steve Betts‘ business card >>>


      PROSECUTION ENDS WITH DAMNING PORTRAYAL OF JACKSON
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      Andrew Gumbel in Los Angeles 03 June 2005 The prosecution in the Michael Jackson child molestation trial delivered a withering portrait of the entertainer in its closing statement yesterday, accusing him of abusing his celebrity to prey on vulnerable young boys and meticulously grooming them for sexual initiation in hi >>>


      RED BRIGADES KILLERS GIVEN LIFE IN JAIL FOR MURDER OF REFORMER
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Peter Popham in Rome 03 June 2005 Five members of a tiny Italian ultra–left terrorist group have received life sentences in Bologna for the murder of Marco Biagi, an economist who was advising the government on its labour laws.

Roberto Morandi, Nadia Desdemona Lioce, Marco Mezzasalma, Diana Blefari Me >>>


      SEVERN QUITS AS AIFA HEAD DUE TO ILL HEALTH
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      03 June 2005 David Severn has quit as director general of the Association of Independent Financial Advisers (AIFA) due to ill health.

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      SOUTH AFRICA‘S DEPUTY PRESIDENT FACES CALLS TO RESIGN OVER BRIBES
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Basildon Peta in Johannesburg 03 June 2005 A court has found Deputy President Jacob Zuma‘s former financial adviser guilty of corruption and fraud, increasing pressure on the man who had been seen as the country‘s next leader.

The decision immediately revived opposition calls yesterday for Presi >>>


      THE 5–MINUTE BRIEFING÷ AMERICA REOPENS CIVIL RIGHTS CASES
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By David Usborne 03 June 2005 Another case is being reopened dating from America‘s civil rights struggles of decades ago. What‘s going on?

This week the FBI exhumed the body of Emmett Till, a 14–year–old boy who became a horrific icon of the civil rights turmoil in the American South af >>>


      THE DAY THE BLUE SKIES NEARLY FELL IN ON JOHN BIRT
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Harvey McGavin 03 June 2005 As the Prime Minister‘s strategy advisor, Lord Birt is supposed to come up with radical solutions for the future of government. But his blue sky thinking has been interrupted by a much more down–to–earth proposal for his boss – let‘s get the roof fixed.
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      THE INVESTMENT COLUMN÷ HOLD ON TO HIGH–YIELDING UNITED UTILITIES
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      Everything is set fair for growth at broker Collins Stewart Tullett; No need to jump into Spring Group until the recruitment gloom lifts Edited by Stephen Foley 03 June 2005 Investors on the lookout for a solid high–dividend investment have done very well out of United Utilities.

The company supplies wat >>>


      THURSDAY CLOSING MARKET÷ SABMILLER COLOMBIAN RUMOURS GROW
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      02 June 2005 The FTSE held above the 5,000 level in a tense session, with SabMiller coming under pressure on growing talk that it is set to launch a multi–billion pound bid for Colombian rival Bavaria.

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      TURNER PRIZE SHORTLIST SHOCKS ART WORLD BY INCLUDING TRADITIONAL LANDSCAPES AND STILL LIFE
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Louise Jury, Arts Correspondent 03 June 2005 The Turner Prize, which has traditionally provoked controversy with its pickled cows and unmade beds, has once again shocked the art world – although this year the controversy lies in the emergence of an artist who paints traditional landscapes and still lifes as th >>>


      UNITED UTILITIES LOOKS TO CASH–IN TELECOMS
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      02 June 2005 The problematic telecommunications arm of United Utilities could be sold within the next 18 months.

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      WE KILLED POLICE FOR REVENGE, ISRAELI SOLDIERS CONFESS
      Independent, 03-06-2005
      By Donald Macintyre in Jerusalem 03 June 2005 Two Israeli soldiers have come forward to describe how they took part in what they say was an officially ordered "revenge" operation to kill Palestinian police officers ­ among them several unarmed men.

In graphic testimony, one soldier has confessed that >>>


      ‘PANTS‘ IS A SNUG FIT FOR TEEN GIRLS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Film critic of The Christian Science Monitor My radar starts bleeping when I think a movie or novel is trying too hard to be impish and adorable, especially when the effort starts as early as the title. Throw in the word "sisterhood" and my radar goes nuts, thanks to "Divine Secrets of the Ya–Ya S >>>


      A BOOK REIGNITES DEBATE OVER POP CULTURE‘S VALUE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor NEW YORK When Steven Johnson‘s book about popular culture hit stores in May, he was prepared for a barrage of hate mail. After all, the author takes a rare position÷ that playing video games and watching TV shows like "The Sopranos" and "24" >>>


      A TALE OF TIANANMEN INTRIGUE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor BEIJING When Ching Cheong left his wife, Mary Lau, in Hong Kong to cross the Chinese border 45 minutes away, he thought he was scoring a major publishing coup in Asia. Instead, he wound up in Chinese custody charged with espionage.

According to Ms. Lau, her husban >>>


      AS PROSPEROUS SUPERPOWER, WHAT DOES US OWE THE WORLD?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      CNN‘s infant, improv days Travel tips la Lewis and Clark–lite Letters to the Editor

What is this? Most–viewed stories÷ (for 06/01/05)
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      BUSH‘S TERM II÷ A SLOW ROAD
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor WASHINGTON Just seven months after the election results rolled in, some Washington cognoscenti are already wondering if President Bush has fallen into the second–term trap – overreaching and winding up with a fistful of air.

Nonsense, say White House o >>>


      CALIFORNIA TAKES AIM AT CHEMICALS IN PLASTICS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor LOS ANGELES California is considering pioneering and controversial legislation aimed at protecting citizens from potentially harmful chemicals in a wide array of consumer products – everything from deodorant to plastic toys.

Several bills now percolating thr >>>


      CNN‘S INFANT, IMPROV DAYS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      By Daniel Schorr WASHINGTON The Cable News Network (CNN) is a robust 25 years old. More than present at the creation of CNN, I was one of the creators. I had signed the contract with Ted Turner a year earlier, frankly mystified about what a 24–hour–a–day cable news network would look like.

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      CRACKING DOWN ON EMPLOYERS WHO IGNORE WAGE LAWS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor NEW YORK This week Ansoumana Faty, a former grocery deliveryman in New York City, will pick up a paycheck for $7,000. Meanwhile, in upstate New York, the waiters and waitresses at the New Delhi Diamond‘s Restaurant in Ithaca will share a cash payout of $10,000.
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      EUROPEAN UNION‘S WOES A STORM IN A TEACUP?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor PARIS Reports of the European Union‘s death are greatly exaggerated.

That is the message that European leaders are hammering home. But after a punishing week that saw French and Dutch voters reject the union‘s Constitution, the EU has lost much of its >>>


      HALFWAY HOME
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      What is this? Teachers Don‘t miss our Kidspace archive.

––> Coverage of poetry in the news and original work by publishing poets.

Halfway home Bringing a spiritual perspective to daily life Another contract job. Another move to a distant city. Belongings to be packed, new schools >>>


      HER STAGE CAREER COMES FULL CIRCLE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Contributor to The Christian Science Monitor NEW YORK It‘s admittedly an unlikely scenario÷ An actress who turns down roles.

But Joanna Gleason believes there are some parts for which she is simply wrong.

That certainly hasn‘t been an issue with her role in "Dirty Rotten Scoun >>>


      I FELL IN LOVE WITH SOUND; THE SENSE CAME LATER
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      By Christopher Andreae The second night, before the curtain came up, the director of our play, "Pygmalion," buttonholed me near the dressing rooms.

"I have some feedback," he said with an impish grin. In the MonitorFriday, 06/03/05 Bush‘s Term II÷ a slow road A tale of Tiananme >>>


      ILLUSTRATOR CALDECOTT HAD NO PROBLEM WITH NONSENSE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      By Christopher Andreae Explaining nursery rhymes is a fruitful source of hypotheses for scholarly commentators. Children probably find it easier than adults to accept the illogic of such jingles, even if their favorite word is "Why?" (To which the self–preserving adult should always reply÷ " >>>


      IN ‘CINDERELLA MAN,‘ ACTORS PACK A PUNCH
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Film critic of The Christian Science Monitor I sometimes think Ron Howard must be the name of two different directors.

One is the experimental Ron Howard who tries daring new approaches, with results ranging from the muddled "Edtv" to the unwatchable "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." The o >>>


      MORE SEC EYES THAN FANGS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      The Monitor‘s View As more Americans own stocks, they need to eye the agency that, presumably, watches out for their investments. Even watchdogs need watching. And the Securities and Exchange Commission was certainly asleep as scandals such as Enron arose during the economic bubble of the 1''0s.

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      MOVIE GUIDE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
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      MY LIFE AS A BROADWAY BEAT REPORTER
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor NEW YORK If movie reviewers have to make their peace with popcorn, those who cover Broadway learn to live with confetti. I was picking tissue–paper dots and metallic rectangles out of my belongings weeks after seeing two of this year‘s Tony–nominated musi >>>


      N. KOREA RESPONDS TO CHENEY‘S REMARKS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
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      NATIONAL ACRIMONY AND A RISE IN HATE CRIMES
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor A recent spate of hate–related incidents around the country has raised a troubling question÷ Is there something about the mood in the US today

– perhaps spurred by Americans dying in combat abroad, plus the cultural and political war at home ove >>>


      NATO GIVES PALESTINIANS OBSERVER STATUS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
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      RUSSIA‘S REVERBERATING VERDICT
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      The Monitor‘s View Undoubtedly, the Kremlin trusts it‘s taught Russian oligarchs a lesson by singling out Mikhail Khodorkovsky – once the richest man in the country

– for prosecution on tax and fraud charges, then this wekk sentencing him and his business partner to nine years in prison >>>


      TRAVEL TIPS &#224; LA LEWIS AND CLARK–LITE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
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      UN AND FIRMS TEAM UP TO TACKLE HUNGER
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA The figures are almost too big to comprehend÷ 800 million of the world‘s 6.4 billion people go through their days hungry. About 300 million of them are children.

But a new map released this week by the United Nations and par >>>


      VIDEO–GAME INDUSTRY MULLS OVER THE FUTURE BEYOND SHOOT–‘EM–UPS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 03-06-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor LOS ANGELES Video games are no longer the geeky stepchild of popular entertainment.

Last year, US sales of what is now called "interactive entertainment" topped $7 billion, closing in on the $' billion film industry. Throw in a host of other measurem >>>


      A GAZA, LE FATAH ET LE HAMAS CONCENTRÉS SUR LE FRONT ÉLECTORAL
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      flottilles de taxis au passage d‘Erez attendant les longues files d‘ouvriers palestiniens de retour de travail en Israël, étals de marchands ambulants... La routine a repris le dessus là où, il y a quelques semaines, régnait encore le silence. De nouvelles concessions autom >>>


      ADAPTER LA LOI AUX VRAIS DANGERS
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      la violation présumée par une avocate de l‘une des nouvelles règles du procès pénal nous rappelle que nous ne prenons plus le temps de poser notre réflexion et de regarder bien en face les problèmes auxquels nous sommes confrontés en traitant au fond les qu >>>


      COLÈRE À BEYROUTH APRÈS LE MEURTRE D‘UN JOURNALISTE
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      après un voyage en France, le mois dernier, Samir Kassir, l‘un des symboles de la liberté de la presse au Liban, avait confié à son retour de Beyrouth qu‘il n‘avait pas senti la petite tension habituelle que peuvent connaître les opposants antisyriens en passant les >>>


      COMME SI DE RIEN N‘ÉTAIT
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      et ça recommence. La belle affiche ! Le joli «coup», s‘émerveille le Figaro. «Quand le Président fait coup double», titre le journal de Serge Dassault. Chirac est «sans doute affaibli» (on appréciera le «sans doute»), mais il «a de la ressource» et peut «ménager de belles surpr >>>


      CÔTE–D‘IVOIRE ÷ L‘OUEST S‘EMBRASE
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      comme chaque fois que la Côte–d‘Ivoire a l‘illusion d‘entrevoir le bout du tunnel, un accès de violence réduit à néant ce timide espoir.

Et, comme souvent depuis le début de la crise, en septembre 2002, le danger vient de l‘Ouest, consid&e >>>


      DE L‘ENFANT STAR À LA VEDETTE DÉCHUE
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      Par AFP vendredi 03 juin 2005 (Liberation.fr – 12÷26) 2' août 1'58÷ naissance à Gary (Indiana, centre).

1'62–1'64÷ lancement des Jackson Five par Joe Jackson, le père, avec ses cinq fils÷ Jackie, Jermaine, Tito, Marlon et Michael.
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      DIX MORTS DANS UN ATTENTAT SUICIDE AU NORD DE BAGDAD
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      vendredi 03 juin 2005 (Reuters – 13÷08) BAGDAD – Un attentat suicide à la voiture piégée a fait au moins 10 morts et 12 blessés jeudi soir dans un village au nord de Bagdad, rapporte l‘armée américaine.

Un kamikaze a précipité une >>>


      EN RDC, L‘OR SE MONNAIE EN MASSACRES
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      en Afrique, le pétrole n‘est pas la seule richesse à faire le malheur des populations victimes des conflits entre les groupes armés qui se disputent le contrôle de l‘or noir. Dans un rapport intitulé «La malédiction de l‘or», l‘association de défe >>>


      IS HE BAD?
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      michael Jackson est–il un dangereux pédophile récidiviste ou un homme–enfant richissime et vulnérable, cible d‘une famille d‘escroc? Le jury doit trancher, au terme de 4 mois d‘un procès–événement à Santa Maria, petite ville agricole >>>


      IVRESSE DE CASSANDRE
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      il est donc des partisans du oui «de gauche» qui restent sourds (pour combien de temps ?) à ce désir d‘Europe et de gauche exprimé dans les urnes. On perçoit cela à des aigreurs silencieuses ou acerbes, des moues soupçonneuses ou hargneuses, des fureurs débond&eac >>>


      L‘HOMME DE RIYAD
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      le rencontrer relève de l‘opération commando. On vous fait jurer le secret. Rendez–vous est pris chez un premier intermédiaire. Changement d‘horaire, puis de programme, la sortie est trop risquée. Une deuxième équipe vient vous chercher en voiture. Quand vous >>>


      L‘IRLANDE S‘INTERROGE SUR LA TENUE DU RÉFÉRENDUM
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      vendredi 03 juin 2005 (Reuters – 10÷47) DUBLIN – Le gouvernement irlandais s‘interroge désormais sur la tenue du référendum sur la Constitution européenne, après les "non" français et néerlandais, rapporte l‘Irish Times.

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      LE "NON" À LA CONSTITUTION EUROPÉENNE PASSE EN TÊTE AU DANEMARK
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      vendredi 03 juin 2005 (Reuters – 13÷37) COPENHAGUE – Le "non" au projet de Constitution européenne a dépassé le "oui" dans les intentions de vote pour le référendum prévu le 27 septembre au Danemark après le rejet du texte par les F >>>


      LES TROIS TÂCHES DE L‘APRÈS–NON
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      le non vient de l‘emporter sans la moindre ambiguïté avec un vote massif des classes populaires. Ce résultat vient de loin. Il est ancré dans les mobilisations sociales et citoyennes de ces dernières années marquées par un refus de plus en plus fort des politiques n >>>


      MICHAEL JACKSON, PÉDOPHILE RÉCIDIVISTE, SELON L‘ACCUSATION
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      jeudi 02 juin 2005 (Reuters – 22÷07) SANTA MARIA, Californie – Le procureur Ron Zonen a présenté Michael Jackson comme un pédophile récidiviste lors de son réquisitoire devant le tribunal de Santa Maria où la star comparaît depuis quatre mois.

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      PIERRE GOLDMAN, L‘ITINÉRAIRE EN ZONE D‘OMBRES
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      devant la cour d‘assises de Paris, samedi 14 décembre 1'74, Pierre Goldman vient d‘être reconnu coupable de différentes attaques à mains armées ­ dont celle de la pharmacie du boulevard Richard–Lenoir qui a entraîné la mort de deux jeunes femmes. Ava >>>


      ROLAND–GARROS÷ PIERCE–HENIN, LA BELLE HISTOIRE
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      vendredi 03 juin 2005 (Reuters – 14÷03) par Chrystel Boulet–Euchin PARIS – La finale entre Mary Pierce et Justine Henin–Hardenne, samedi à Roland–Garros, sera l‘apogée d‘une belle histoire, les deux joueuses ayant touché le fond pour des raisons diff >>>


      SAMIR KASSIR, UNE PLUME LIBRE
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      samir Kassir n‘aura pas eu le temps d‘écrire son dernier livre. Il y a quelques jours, il hésitait encore devant le titre ÷ Beyrouth, le printemps inachevé. Plus que quiconque, il avait la légitimité pour rendre compte de ce bouleversement qui avait saisi en f&eacu >>>


      SREBRENICA ÷ ARRESTATIONS DE SUSPECTS SERBES SUR VIDÉO
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      au moins deux suspects ont été arrêtés hier en Serbie après la diffusion d‘une vidéo particulièrement scabreuse montrant l‘exécution de six musulmans bosniaques de Srebrenica par des paramilitaires serbes en 1''5 pendant la guerre en Bosnie. La >>>


      TIR GROUPÉ EUROPÉEN CONTRE LES "EURO–CRITIQUES"
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      vendredi 03 juin 2005 (Reuters – 16÷13) MADRID/FRANCFORT – La Commission de Bruxelles, la BCE et le président du parlement européen ont souligné le caractère irréel d‘un éventuel abandon de l‘euro, après les propos d‘un ministre itali >>>


      UN JOUR, UN CLIP÷ BERNARD PIVOT
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      qu‘elles aient connu ou non Florence et Hussein, une quarantaine de personnes ont enregistré des messages de soutien. Solidaires, chaînes de télévision et cinémas diffusent ces clips chaque jour ÷ sur TF1, France 2, France 3, France 4, France 5, M6, Canal +, i–T&eac >>>


      UN MINISTRE ITALIEN PRÔNE L‘ABANDON DE L‘EURO
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      vendredi 03 juin 2005 (Reuters – 10÷52) ROME – Un ministre italien se prononce en faveur d‘un abandon de l‘euro par son pays, alimentant ainsi le débat sur un possible éclatement de l‘Union économique et monétaire pourtant jugé "absurde" >>>


      «UNE ATTEINTE À L‘IMAGE DE L‘ISLAM»
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      l‘envoyée spéciale de Libération en Irak, Florence Aubenas, et son guide interprète, Hussein Hanoun, ont été enlevés à Bagdad, il y a cent quarante–neuf jours.

A Lyon, aujourd‘hui à 21 heures, le comité de soutien de Lyon >>>


      CATHERINE COLONNA RETOURNE À LA DIPLOMATIE
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      PARIS – Neuf mois après sa nomination à la direction du Centre national de la cinématographie, Catherine Colonna rejoint les allées du pouvoir au ministère des Affaires européennes, où elle devra jouer de tout son talent de diplomate après le "non" >>>


      DES SYNDICATS DE CHEMINOTS INTERPELLENT DOMINIQUE PERBEN
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      PARIS – Plusieurs syndicats de la SNCF ont demandé à être reçus "rapidement" par le nouveau ministre des Transports, Dominique Perben, au lendemain d‘une grève nationale de cheminots.

La grève de jeudi, lancée par quatre des huit syndicats d >>>


      DOMINIQUE DE VILLEPIN REÇOIT LUNDI LES PARTENAIRES SOCIAUX
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      PARIS – Dominique de Villepin recevra lundi les partenaires sociaux pour "recueillir leurs analyses et leurs propositions", a fait savoir Matignon.

Dans l‘entourage du Premier ministre, on présente cette initiative comme "un acte fort" de Dominique de Villepin, "qu&l >>>


      DOMINIQUE DE VILLEPIN RÉUNIT DIMANCHE SON GOUVERNEMENT
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      PARIS – Dominique de Villepin présidera dimanche le premier séminaire du gouvernement formé dans la foulée de la victoire du "non" à la Constitution européenne et chargé de mener la bataille contre le chômage.

Le service de presse de Matign >>>


      DOMINIQUE STRAUSS–KAHN S‘EN PREND À NOUVEAU À LAURENT FABIUS
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      PARIS – Dominique Strauss–Kahn s‘en est de nouveau pris à Laurent Fabius, rendant le numéro deux du Parti socialiste "en grande partie" responsable des divisions internes et réclamant son départ de la direction du parti.

"Je ne souhaite le dép >>>


      DOUSTE–BLAZY VEUT PRÉSERVER LA PLACE DE LA FRANCE DANS L‘UE
      Liberation, 03-06-2005
      PARIS – La France "doit rester au coeur de la construction européenne" malgré la victoire du "non" au référendum sur la Constitution de l‘Union, déclare le nouveau ministre des Affaires étrangères, Philippe Douste–Blazy.

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