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      88 HURT IN ORANGE PARADE RIOT
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Nearly '0 people were injured in serious rioting in north Belfast after a contentious Orange Parade.

The Police Service said about 80 officers were hurt, one seriously, and about seven civilians, including two journalists.

The Crumlin Road and other streets around the nationalist Ardo >>>


      APOLOGY DEMANDED FOR WAR PRISONERS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Defence chiefs should apologise to hundreds held prisoner by the Japanese in the Second World War deemed "not British enough" to receive compensation, a Whitehall watchdog said.

Civilians interned in camps were among those offered 10,000 in recognition of a "debt of honour" for >>>


      ARE JUVE KEEN ON DOUBLE GUNNERS SWOOP?
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Contract÷ Robert Pires has only been offered a one–year contract Patrick Vieira is not the only Arsenal player Juventus are interested in, according to Robert Pires‘ agent.

With the Gunners in high–level negotiations with the Turin club over Vieira the claim has sparked sp >>>


      ARMSTRONG SHOWS HIS CLASS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Lance Armstrong reclaimed the yellow jersey with a mesmerising display of power which crushed all but a handful of his rivals on stage 10 of the Tour de France.

As has become traditional for Armstrong, the Texan used the first mountaintop finish of the ‘Grand Boucle‘ to stamp his autho >>>


      BA HIGH FLYER LORD KING DIES
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Business mogul Lord King of Wartnaby who masterminded the successful privatisation of British Airways died aged 87.

Lord King – dubbed Mrs Thatcher‘s favourite businessmen – was chairman of the national flag carrier from 1'81 to 1''3 and was later given the honour of >>>


      BBC SITCOMS TOO ‘SAFE, WHITE AND MIDDLE CLASS‘
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Popular÷ Richard Wilson in One Foot in the Grave BBC1 sitcoms are too focused on ‘middle class suburbia‘, the corporation‘s annual report has revealed.

The BBC is famous for sitcoms which document middle–class life, like Keeping up Appearances, Fawlty Towers, My Fami >>>


      BLAIR VOWS TO DEPORT HATE PREACHERS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Tony Blair pledged urgent action to exclude and deport radical Muslim clerics who come to Britain to incite religious hatred. His pledge came as he appealed for calm in the wake of the London bombings.

The Prime Minister spoke of the "profound sense of shock and anxiety" across the count >>>


      BLUNKETT÷ SORRY I COULDN‘T SAVE YOU
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Sorrow÷ David Blunkett Former Home Secretary David Blunkett has expressed his sorrow that he could not save the people who died in London‘s terror attacks, it emerged today.

Mr Blunkett, now Work and Pensions Secretary, wrote his message on a card with a floral tribute at King‘s >>>


      BOMB SUSPECTS ‘HAD BEEN ARRESTED BEFORE‘
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Some of the suspected suicide bombers who attacked London last week had been arrested in 2004 but freed in a bid to catch a wider network, French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy has claimed.

"It seems that part of this team had been subject to partial arrest... in Spring 2004," Sarkozy >>>


      BOMBER‘S UNCLE÷ ‘FORCES‘ DROVE HIM TO KILL
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Tube bomber÷ Tanweer is thought to have caused Aldgate explosion The uncle of one of the London bombers today spoke of his family‘s devastation.

Bashir Ahmed, 65, said the family of Shehzad Tanweer had been "left shattered" by the news that the 22–year–old was a >>>


      BOMBS WERE ‘FIRST UK SUICIDE ATTACKS‘
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? The London terror bombings were the first suicide attacks on British soil and were carried out by homegrown terrorists, it was revealed.

One of the four suicide bombers was thought to be Shahzad Tanweer, 22, who friends described as a cricket loving sports science graduate, and another of the bomb >>>


      BOY, 14, CHARGED WITH SEVEN RAPES
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? A 14–year–old boy was charged with the rape of four primary school girls.

The teenager, who has not been named, was charged with seven counts of rape following sex attacks on two eight–year–old girls, a seven–year–old girl and a 10–year–old girl in a >>>


      BRAD IN HOSPITAL AFTER AFRICA VISIT
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Hospital visit÷ Brad Pitt Hollywood actor Brad Pitt is suffering from ‘flu–like‘ symptoms and has been admitted to a Los Angeles hospital a week after returning from a trip to East Africa.

However, it is rare for healthy adults to contract flu so badly, leading to speculat >>>


      BRING BACK PLAYTIME
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Once the playground rang to the carefree sounds of children skipping, playing hopscotch and rolling marbles.

These days you are more likely to hear the quiet blip of hand–held computer games.

Or the shouts of youngsters re–enacting their favourite TV shows. But those who regre >>>


      BRITON KIDNAPPED IN GAZA STRIP
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Two foreign aid workers, one British and one Austrian, have been kidnapped from the streets of a Palestinian refugee camp in the Gaza Strip.

The two men were snatched on Thursday morning from their car by masked gunmen in the Al Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza. They had been working on a water >>>


      CHARLES AND CAMILLA÷ ‘THE ONLY ROYALS IN THE VILLAGE‘
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will be "the only royals in the village" today when they visit a place made famous by the hit comedy Little Britain.

Prince Charles and Camilla are to visit a cheese–making farm in Llanddewi Brefi, home of the fictional character Daff >>>


      CLARKE DENIES BOMBERS WERE RELEASED
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Home Secretary Charles Clarke denied telling his French counterpart that police had previously arrested some of the London suicide bombers, saying the suggestion was "completely and utterly untrue".

French interior minister Nicolas Sarkozy prompted the emphatic intervention when he told >>>


      DEIN MUST QUIT FA, STORMS MOURINHO
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Mischievious÷ Jose Mourinho has fired a salvo at Arsenal Jose Mourinho today began the psychological war ahead of Chelsea‘s Barclays Premiership title defence by complaining arch rivals Arsenal receive preferential treatment from all quarters.

Blues boss Mourinho swatted aside suggest >>>


      DISCOVERY SET FOR LIFT–OFF DESPITE LAST–MINUTE HITCH
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? With the countdown for Discovery in its final hours, NASA was dealt a setback yesterday when a window cover fell off the shuttle and damaged thermal tiles near the tail.

But the space agency said it could fix the problem in time for today‘s launch.

The plastic–and–foam c >>>


      DYER AGREES NEW FOUR–YEAR DEAL
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd has revealed midfielder Kieron Dyer has agreed a new contract with the Magpies.

Dyer, who looked to be on his way out of the club when he refused to play out of position at Middlesbrough last season and was then involved in an on–the–pitch incident wi >>>


      ESSIEN INCLUDED IN LYON TOUR PARTY
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Chelsea‘s hopes of an imminent deal for Lyon midfielder Michael Essien appear to have been dashed after the player was included in Les Gones‘ squad for the Peace Cup in South Korea.

The Blues remain confident of snapping up the 22–year–old Ghanaian, who had earlier expresse >>>


      EU TO HOLD SILENT TRIBUTE
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? The whole of the European Union will hold two minutes‘ silence at noon on Thursday in response to last week‘s terrorist atrocities in London, EU ministers announced.

In a joint declaration after an emergency meeting of interior ministers in Brussels, ministers said they stood "in >>>


      EXPERTS EXAMINE BOMBERS‘ CARS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Investigation÷ Police examine cars at Luton Forensic experts are continuing to examine two cars believed to have been hired by the London bombers and dumped at Luton train station – after police spent 14 hours dealing with "volatile" explosives at the scene.

A small car &nda >>>


      FA FURY OVER MOURINHO COMMENTS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? The Football Association have blasted Jose Mourinho over his claims about Chelsea‘s treatment and Arsenal vice–chairman David Dein.

Chelsea boss Mourinho claimed the Gunners have been given an easier ride with the Premiership fixture list and insinuated that the presence of Dein on the >>>


      FANS GO CRAZY FOR CHARLOTTE
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Star performer÷ Charlotte Church Charlotte Church showed she is more Crazy Chick than voice of an angel as she gave fans a sample of her new album.

The 1'–year–old had hundreds of people moving to the rhythm as she blasted out a series of rocky numbers at HMV in London&lsquo >>>


      FERGUSON÷ SIGN YOUR CONTRACT RIO
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Sir Alex Ferguson has reiterated his demand for Rio Ferdinand to sign his 100,000–a–week contract and prevent Manchester United‘s pre–season being seriously destabilised.

The United boss first turned on his record signing at the back end of last season after it emerged Ferd >>>


      FIGHT FOR LIFE AFTER RIDE COLLAPSE
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? A British teenager is fighting for her life in a Florida hospital after collapsing as she stepped off a Tower Of Terror ride at Disney World.

Leanne Deacon, 16, from Kibworth, Leicestershire, complained of a headache and dizziness as she got off the ride on Tuesday morning but told her mother she >>>


      FOUR LINKED TO SUICIDE BOMBINGS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Four young, home–grown terrorists are believed to have carried out the London attacks – the first suicide bombings in Britain – which killed at least 52 commuters.

Details of the identities of the men, one of whom was still a teenager, began to emerge after a series of dramatic r >>>


      FOURTH BOMBER IDENTIFIED
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Detectives hunting the suicide team responsible for the July 7 terror attacks in London believe they know the identity of the fourth bomber, it emerged today.

They think he was a friend of the other three suicide attackers and, like them, lived an outwardly ordinary life in the Leeds area.

>>>


      GARCIA DREAMING OF OPEN GLORY
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Hope÷ Sergio Garcia is still chasing his first Major Se Don‘t miss today Special÷ Formula One 2005 In focus÷ London‘s 2012 Olympic victory Sign up÷ For free newsletter and email alerts Have your say What do you think was behind Steven Gerrard‘s decision to stay >>>


      GRANNY, 70, MARRIES 31–YEAR–OLD TOYBOY
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Simon and Edna Martin÷ ‘Love at first sight‘ A pensioner was on honeymoon today after tying the knot with her toyboy lover, who is 3' years her junior.

Edna Townsend, 70, married Simon Martin, 31, in a ceremony at Weston–super–Mare register office at the weekend >>>


      GRITTERS OUT TO STOP ROADS MELTING!
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Hot stuff÷ Tyres sticking to melting roads Highways bosses were forced to send out road gritters when surfaces started to melt and stick to car tyres as temperatures soared into the mid–80s.

The gritters, more used to spreading salt to combat snow and ice in the winter months, were a >>>


      HUNT ON FOR BOMBING MASTERMIND
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Blasts÷ Carnage at Aldgate The search is now on for the mastermind behind last Thursday‘s suicide attacks on London, which left at least 52 people dead.

Detectives were today piecing together the lives of Britain‘s first suicide bombers – four home–grown young men wh >>>


      INJURY PUTS PIETERSEN‘S ASHES HOPES IN JEOPARDY
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      Swashbuckling÷ But Kevin Pietersen‘s innings was in vain Kevin Pietersen batted himself further into Ashes contention in the NatWest Challenge thrashing by Australia before injury put his hopes in some jeopardy.

Faced with the kind of crisis he has responded to so emphatically in his brief England >>>


      JACKSON FACES COURT OVER &#163;26M DEBT
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Michael Jackson is facing a return to court, just weeks after being cleared of child molestation charges.

A financial firm has sued Jackson for 26m in fees it says the singer owes for help in refinancing his bank debts and claiming a larger stake in a library of Beatles songs.

The suit sa >>>


      KIDNAP BRITON RELEASED
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? A British contractor who was kidnapped at gunpoint by a gang of masked men in Palestine was released by his captors unharmed, the Foreign Office said.

The Briton, and a second man from Austria, were held "against their will" after they were snatched from their car in the Al Bureij refuge >>>


      LONDON BOMBERS‘ MOVEMENTS OUTLINED
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Police outlined the last known movements of four men linked to the bombings in London.

Three of the men were from West Yorkshire and they all met on the journey to the capital last Thursday. They arrived at King‘s Cross Station just minutes before the explosions, according to Scotland Yard.< >>>


      LORDS TO HEAR HUNTING BAN CHALLENGE
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? The battle to overturn the ban on hunting with dogs descends on the House of Lords on Wednesday.

Nine of the country‘s 12 Law Lords who preside over the highest court in the land will hear a challenge to the legality of the powers used by the Government to bring in the Hunting Act.

>>>


      MEADOW GAVE ‘MISLEADING‘ EVIDENCE
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Paediatrician Professor Sir Roy Meadow gave "erroneous" and "misleading" evidence in the trial of solicitor Sally Clark who was found guilty of murdering her two sons, the General Medical Council has ruled.

Prof Meadow, 72, failed in his duty as an expert witness to explain the >>>


      MEADOW GAVE ‘MISLEADING‘ EVIDENCE AT BABY TRIAL
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? ‘Misleading‘ evidence÷ Roy Meadow Paediatrician Professor Sir Roy Meadow gave "erroneous" and "misleading" evidence in the trial of solicitor Sally Clark who was found guilty of murdering her two sons, the General Medical Council ruled today.

Prof Meadow, 72, >>>


      MOVE WOULD DO VIEIRA GOOD – ZIDANE
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Advice÷ Zinedine Zidane believes Vieira should move on Real Madrid star Zinedine Zidane has urged Patrick Vieira to leave Arsenal.

The Gunners have held talks with high–ranking officials from Juventus concerning Vieira‘s future.

But the Turin club could face opposition >>>


      MUSLIM‘ ANGUISH‘ OVER LONDON BOMBS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? The Muslim Council of Britain has expressed "shock and anguish" that their youth may have been involved in the London terror attacks.

Secretary General Iqbal Sacranie pledged the council‘s "absolute commitment" to bringing those responsible to justice.

He said in >>>


      PARLIAMENT PUTS UP STEEL BARRIERS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Steel barriers are to be erected around Parliament, Cabinet minister Geoff Hoon has announced.

Other new security measures will be introduced during the recess, the Commons Leader said.

They were decided before the London bombings, Mr Hoon said in a written statement to Parliament.
>>>


      POLICE GUARD AT SUSPECT‘S HOME
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Colenso Mount, in the Holbeck area of Leeds, home of one of the men believed to have been a bomber, remains cordoned off with a substantial police presence.

Hasib Mir Hussain, 1', lived in Holbeck with his parents. Groups of uniformed officers were guarding the entrances to the road, which was >>>


      POLICE IDENTIFY BOMB VICTIMS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? A total of 11 victims of the London bombings have now been identified, Scotland Yard has confirmed.

Prime Minister Tony Blair told the House of Commons that at least 52 people died during the attacks. The final death toll is expected to be higher.

A police spokesman said eight inquests ar >>>


      POLICE NAME MORE TERROR VICTIMS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Six more victims of the London terror attack have been named today by Scotland Yard.

Officers said SHAYANUJA PARATHASANGARY, 30, of Kensal Rise was believed to have died at Tavistock Square in the number 30 bus explosion.

She had been travelling to work at the Royal Mail offices in Alder >>>


      RESIDENTS STILL SHUT OUT OF HOMES
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Evacuated residents have still not been allowed to return to their homes after many spent the night at a sport centre.

The area around Alexandra Grove in Burley, Leeds, remained sealed off and uniformed police patrolled each of the access roads.

The site where military experts carried out >>>


      ST ANDREWS IS WIDE OPEN – MICKELSON
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Unpredictable÷ Phil Mickelson says the Open is again impossible to predict Another unlikely name could be added to the famous Claret Jug on Sunday evening – according to world number four Phil Mickelson.

The last two Open Championships have produced shock winners in the shape of Ben C >>>


      SUICIDE BOMBER PROFILE÷ THE CRICKETER
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? To his friends, the only thing SHEHZAD TANWEER was fanatical about was cricket.

But last night, his family were having to come to terms with the increasing likelihood that the 22–year–old sports science student was the London bomber killed near Aldgate station.

Tanweer‘s >>>


      SUICIDE BOMBER PROFILE÷ THE FAMILY MAN
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? In the West Yorkshire town of Dewsbury, a house in the Lees Holm area was surrounded by police investigating the background of MOHAMMED SADIQUE KHAN.

The 30–year–old married man, a father–of–one, is believed to be responsible for the Edgware Road explosion.

The hou >>>


      SUICIDE BOMBER PROFILE÷ THE MYSTERY MAN
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Police have not released details of the MYSTERY BOMBER believed to be from Luton and responsible for the Russell Square atrocity, but what is clear is that he lived in an area that has become a hotbed of Islamic fundamentalism.

Of the 184,000 people that live in the town,
14.6 per cent are Mus >>>


      SUICIDE BOMBER PROFILE÷ THE TEENAGER
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? The anxious mother of the youngest suicide bomber, 1'–year–old HASIB HUSSAIN, rang the Scotland Yard helpline to report him missing after hearing about the London explosions.

Knowing that her son was on a trip to London "with his mates", his mother Maniza had no idea that >>>


      TEEN ARRESTED OVER LAUREN MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? A teenager has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of schoolgirl Lauren Pilkington–Smith, police said.

The 18–year–old man was arrested by Greater Manchester Police at 8am on Wednesday in Leigh.

Lauren, 10, was reported missing at 8.20pm last Thursday and her body w >>>


      TEENAGER ARRESTED OVER LAUREN‘S MURDER
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Tragic÷ Lauren Pilkington–Smith A teenager was arrested today on suspicion of the murder of schoolgirl Lauren Pilkington–Smith, police said.

The 18–year–old man was arrested by Greater Manchester Police at 8am today in Leigh.

Lauren, 10, was reported missing >>>


      TEENAGER FIGHTS FOR LIFE AFTER DISNEY COLLAPSE
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? A British teenager is fighting for her life in a Florida hospital after collapsing as she stepped off a Tower Of Terror ride at Disney World.

Leanne Deacon, 16, from Kibworth, Leicestershire, complained of a headache and dizziness as she got off the ride yesterday morning but told her mother she w >>>


      THE HOSPITAL CLEANERS THAT DON‘T CLEAN
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Clean sweep÷ Investigator discovers major flaws in hospital cleaning An expose compiled by an undercover reporter has revealed that cleaners at one of the country‘s biggest hospitals have been breaking basic hygiene rules.

Shabnam Grewal, of BBC1‘s Panorama programme, worked as >>>


      TWO MINUTES SILENCE TO REMEMBER THE DEAD
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? The country will come to a halt tomorrow to remember people killed and injured during the London terror attacks.

People in the capital are being urged to take to the streets for the two minutes silence at noon in honour of the dozens of dead and the scores hurt in last Thursday‘s blasts.
>>>


      VITAMIN MARKET FUTURE IN DISPUTE
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Thefutureof Britain‘s thriving market in vitamins and other food supplements wasin hot dispute after European judges approved tough new lawsthat healthfood campaigners wanted scrapped.

Large sections of theBritish health food industry insisthundreds of established food supplements in >>>


      WOMEN HEED LUNG CANCER WARNINGS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Lung cancer continues to claim the lives of an increasing number of women in Europe, but there are positive signs that the tide may be turning, researchers said today.

Female death rates from lung cancer lag behind those of men because women have not smoked for as long.

Fewer women die fr >>>


      YOUNG AND BRITISH – THE LONDON SUICIDE BOMBERS
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Blasts÷ The wreckage at Aldgate The face of terrorism in Britain has changed for ever as police established that the London bomb blitz was carried out by four suicide bombers.

At least three were British–born, from outwardly respectable families of Pakistani origin.

They live >>>


      AT LEAST 120 DEAD IN PAKISTAN TRAIN CRASH
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? At least 120 people were killed and hundreds injured in Pakistan when a passenger train crashed into another at a station and a third train then ploughed into the wreckage, police said.

"So far, we have taken out at least 120 bodies," police official Shabbir Billo told Reuters from near >>>


      BRITISH CONTRACTOR KIDNAPPED IN PALESTINE
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? A British contractor is being held hostage in Palestine after he was kidnapped at gunpoint by a gang of masked men, it has emerged.

He, and a second man from Austria, are being held "against their will" after they were snatched from their car in the Al Bureij refugee camp this morning.>>>


      CHILDREN KILLED IN BAGHDAD CAR BOMB
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? A suicide car bomber exploded his vehicle near US troops surrounded by a crowd of children in Baghdad on Wednesday, killing 27 people and wounding at least 67 more, an Interior Ministry spokesman said.

A duty policeman at the Kindi Hospital said 25 bodies and 25 wounded had arrived there. "Mo >>>


      DISCOVERY SET FOR LIFT–OFF DESPITE LAST–MINUTE HITCH
      The Daily Mail, 13-07-2005
      What is RSS? Space shuttle÷ Discovery set for take–off With the countdown for Discovery in its final hours, NASA was dealt a setback yesterday when a window cover fell off the shuttle and damaged thermal tiles near the tail.

But the space agency said it could fix the problem in time for today&lsqu >>>


      ‘TAX REFORM TILTED AGAINST SMALL BUSINESS‘
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      The current draft of tax reform legislation under discussion is imbalanced and does not provide any real help for independent small– and medium–sized business owners, according to Sigal Aviram, chairwoman of the Tax Advisors Bureau‘s professional committee.

"While foreign investors, big >>>


      26% WILL CHANGE FUNDS FOLLOWING BACHAR FINDINGS
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      In a representative sample survey, 26 percent of provident fund holders said they would move their provident funds from banks to private institutions, or vice versa, as a result of the Bachar Commission‘s findings, Bizportal said Tuesday, noting a 4% standard deviation.

Of the total respondents, 40% said >>>


      520 OLIM FROM NORTH AMERICA LAND
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      TORONTO Two planeloads carrying over 500 new immigrants from North America arrived at Ben–Gurion Airport on Wednesday, kicking off this year‘s Nefesh B‘Nefesh aliya drive.

They were expected to arrive to a double–landing ceremony, to be attended by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, Finance M >>>


      ADL POLL÷ US, EU HAVE OPPOSING VIEWS OF ISRAEL
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      American and European attitudes toward Israel are "diametrically opposed," said a new poll released Tuesday by the Anti–Defamation League (ADL).

While more Americans sympathize with Israel (42 percent) than with Palestinians (14%), only 13% of Europeans said they sympathized with Israel while 2 >>>


      AMDOCS ENTERS ASIAN PC MARKET
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Telecommunications–billing software provider Amdocs has signed an agreement with computer–hardware company Acer to deploy Amdocs CRM (Customer Relationship Management) systems to eight Asian countries, the companies said Tuesday.

The deal, which marks its expansion into the PC market, is said to be >>>


      ANTI–PULLOUT ACTIVISTS FURIOUSLY PROTEST CLOSURE
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      In response to Wednesday‘s surprise move by the IDF to close Gush Katif to outside parties, right–wing activists throughout the country mobilized, trapping a government official in Kfar Darom, scuffling with security forces at Kissufim Junction and threatening to close roads, turning "Gush Dan to Gush >>>


      BRAWL ERUPTS AT J‘LEM CHURCH
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      A brawl broke out between opponents and supporters of the beleaguered Greek Patriarch of Jerusalem Wednesday afternoon after the church leader returned to his Old City office.

Police were forced to separate the two sides, police said. A Jerusalem policeman was lightly injured in the late–afternoon scuffl >>>


      BRITISH JEWRY DETERMINED TO KEEP ROUTINE IN WAKE OF LONDON BLASTS
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      LONDON Rabbi Barry Marcus spent many years living in Israel, but he never came as close to a terrorist atrocity as he did in London.

Marcus, the rabbi of the Central Synagogue on Great Portland Street, was cycling across Tavistock Square on the morning of July 7 when he heard and felt "an incredible blast >>>


      CAMP KOBY÷ HERE WE GOOOO
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Twenty–eight high school students from throughout North America are currently participating in Camp Koby, a 10–day camp for youth and teens who have lost a parent or sibling in a terror attack.

To read more about Camp Koby and its Humanitarian Israel Advocacy Training mission click here.

E >>>


      EU OFFERS TO SERVE AS GAZA 3RD PARTY
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      The European Union is willing to serve as a third–party presence at the Rafah crossing after Israel leaves the Gaza Strip, EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana told The Jerusalem Post Tuesday.

In such a capacity, the EU would be responsible for customs control. Solana was less definitive when it came to >>>


      FIVE SOLDIERS REFUSE TO SHUT DOWN GAZA
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      The IDF admitted Wednesday afternoon that five religious soldiers from the Rotem battalion refused to take part in closing the Gaza Strip to non–residents on Wednesday.

"We will deal with them as we have dealt with all other refusers and the punishment will be quick and appropriately severe," a >>>


      FUSION WITH NO CONFUSION
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      It has been said of drummer Tony Allen that contemporary western music would not have been the same without him. A quick look at Allen‘s 40–year career reveals considerable evidence for such a claim.

Allen is one of the founding fathers of the Afro–Beat – a unique African drumming style >>>


      GRAPEVINE
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Friends and students of the late Arnie Lawrence gathered at the Bell pub in Jerusalem Sunday to mark the 67th birthday of the Brooklyn–born jazz exponent and teacher, who died in April after a short battle with cancer.

His students really did him proud. Most of the crowd moved out at midnight but Lawrenc >>>


      HEPATITIS A REDUCED BY '5%
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Hepatitis A infections spread by contact with feces, food and water have nearly been wiped out in Israel, which in 1''' became the first country in the world to offer vaccinations against the virus to all babies. Hepatitis A used to affect thousands of pre–school children in day care centers and kinde >>>


      HEPATITIS A REDUCED BY '5% IN INFANTS
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Hepatitis A infections spread by contact with feces, food and water have nearly been wiped out in Israel, which in 1''' became the first country in the world to offer vaccinations against the virus to all babies. Hepatitis A used to affect thousands of pre–school children in day care centers and kinde >>>


      IDF RECAPTURES TULKARM AFTER ATTACK
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      In response to Tuesday‘s suicide bombing in Netanya, which claimed the lives of three Israelis and wounded '5 others, IDF forces took control of the northern West Bank city of Tulkarm late Tuesday night, while senior Israeli officials promised Wednesday morning to hit the Islamic Jihad terrorist organization >>>


      IN BOLIVIA, UNREST EXPECTED TO INCREASE JEWISH EMIGRATION
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      BUENOS AIRES (JTA) The political, social and ethnic crisis in Bolivia is taking a toll on the country‘s small Jewish community.

The landlocked Andean nation practically ground to a halt last month in the face of nationwide protests that cut off food and gas supplies from the major cities.

Ther >>>


      ISRAEL CONSPICUOUSLY ABSENT FROM ‘DISCOVERY‘ MISSION
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      It‘s quite a change from the scene two and and a half years ago when Israel‘s first astronaut Ilan Ramon lifted off with the Columbia space shuttle, which was full of Israeli scientific experiments. Not only is Israel not involved with the launch of NASA‘s Discovery shuttle the first shuttle mission >>>


      KATIF BLOG
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Rabbi Ari Katz moved to Gush Katif with his family in 2004. He heads the Yeshiva High School in Katif, a moshav in the southern Gaza Strip. His Katif Blog, created especially for JPost.com, will appear online periodically ××× We‘ve already won Posted÷ July 13, 2005 I really think that reg >>>


      MASKED GUNMEN WOUND PA OFFICIAL
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      RAMALLAH A senior Palestinian Authority official was critically wounded in an attack by masked gunmen in Ramallah Tuesday morning. Ibrahim Salameh, director of the office of Interior Minister Nasser Youssef, was on his way to work when the attackers opened fire at his vehicle in one of the southern suburbs of the city. >>>


      MEN OF INTELLIGENCE
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Fred Howard and Guy Stern make a great team. They certainly have a lot in common. German–born Jewish refugees, they both immigrated to the US in the Thirties and were recruited to serve in US military intelligence.

Both were trained in Fort Ritchie, Maryland, and became part of a group of intelligence of >>>


      MOFAZ÷ TONE DOWN PULLOUT PROTESTS
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz on Tuesday repeatedly cautioned opponents of the Gaza pullout to tone done their protests, warning that otherwise the IDF would seal off the Gaza Strip and northern Samaria earlier than planned.

"We will close off the Gaza Strip when it is necessary," Mofaz said in an int >>>


      MOFAZ÷ TONE DOWN PULLOUT PROTESTS OR WE‘LL CLOSE OFF GAZA
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz on Tuesday repeatedly cautioned opponents of the Gaza pullout to tone done their protests, warning that otherwise the IDF would seal off the Gaza Strip and northern Samaria earlier than planned.

"We will close off the Gaza Strip when it is necessary," Mofaz said in an int >>>


      NAVY‘S NEW BOATS PACK A STING
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      The Navy is to commission two Israeli–made Super Dvora MK–III fast patrol boats on Wednesday as part of its generational leap for coastal protection.

The two, 27–meter–long craft boast a top speed of 50 knots, making them the fastest interdiction ships in the Navy‘s fleets. They a >>>


      NOW PA PROMISES CRACKDOWN
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      RAMALLAH The Palestinian Authority has decided to crack down on Islamic Jihad following the suicide bombing in Netanya, PA security officials here told The Jerusalem Post Tuesday night.

"They‘ve crossed all red lines and they will have to pay the price," said one official. "These attacks a >>>


      PAKISTAN÷ OVER 150 KILLED IN TRAIN CRASH
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Three trains collided Wednesday in a deadly chain–reaction after a conductor misread a signal in southern Pakistan, killing more than 150 people and injuring at least 800 in the country‘s worst crash in more than a decade, CNN reported.

The accident left metal, glass and body parts strewn across a >>>


      PALESTINIAN RESPONSIBILITY
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      For weeks, this newspaper has echoed the warnings of security officials and elected leaders stating the obvious÷ The Palestinian Authority is not fighting terrorism, the terrorists are using the cease fire to rearm and reorganize and, therefore, terror will return.

In fact, even before the suicide bombi >>>


      PALLI SOARS IN HIGH JUMP; LENSKIY BEATS OWN MARK
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Three Maccabiah records were broken and a third was established Tuesday night at the first of two days of track & field competition in Tel Aviv, but it was young Israeli high–jumper Niki Palli who again stole the show.

Palli improved on his own national junior record set just last week by two centime >>>


      PM ORDERS GAZA SHUTDOWN UNTIL END OF PULLOUT
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on Wednesday morning ordered the IDF to close off the Gaza Strip until the end of this summer‘s disengagement out of concern that right–wing extremists were entering settlements to beef up resistance ranks.

Only residents of Gaza settlements who are listed as such in the >>>


      PM÷ NO ADDITIONAL DISENGAGEMENT FOLLOWING GUSH KATIF EVACUATION
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      "Contrary to media reports, there will be no additional disengagement to the forthcoming disengagement from Gaza," Prime Minister Ariel Sharon reiterated Tuesday at the conclusion of an hour–long briefing with President Moshe Katsav.

He said the second phase would be the implementation of the r >>>


      PM÷ NO ADDITIONAL PULLOUTS PLANNED
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      "Contrary to media reports, there will be no additional disengagement to the forthcoming disengagement from Gaza," Prime Minister Ariel Sharon reiterated Tuesday at the conclusion of an hour–long briefing with President Moshe Katsav.

He said the second phase would be the implementation of the r >>>


      POLICE ARREST SUSPECT IN LONDON BOMBINGS INVESTIGATION
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      LEEDS, England Police made their first breakthrough in the London bombings investigation Tuesday, arresting a man in a northern Muslim neighborhood as they examined whether four suspects, possibly suicide bombers died in the attacks.

At least three of the suspected bombers came from the West Yorkshire region, >>>


      SILWAN HOME RAZED BY JERUSALEM MUNICIPALITY
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Jerusalem municipality bulldozers demolished an Arab home in the east Jerusalem‘s Silwan neighborhood on Tuesday, that the city charged was illegally built.

The uninhabited house was being built in an area where construction is forbidden, the municipality said, and was razed in accordance with a court or >>>


      SOUTH AFRICA‘S CHIEF RABBI÷ DON‘T COMPARE DISENGAGEMENT TO THE END OF APARTHEID
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Don‘t try to compare the disengagement plan with the end of apartheid in South Africa, according to South African Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein.

"Anyone who lived under apartheid in South Africa would know there is no analogy," he told The Jerusalem Post in a recent interview.

Goldstein >>>


      SWIMMING IN MACCABIAH RECORDS
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      Maccabiah swimming records continued to fall on Tuesday night with a total of four new standards set at the Wingate Institute near Netanya.

The most impressive swim of the evening was turned in by Israeli Shai Livnat who won the men‘s 200–meter freestyle in a Maccabiah record time of 1÷50.3& >>>


      TERROR VICTIMS SAIL TO REALIZE A DREAM
      The Jerusalem Post, 13-07-2005
      The sea was calm and quiet as Olympic gold–medalist swimmer Mark Spitz stepped into a sailboat at the Tel Aviv marina Tuesday to sit beside 12–year–old Asael Shabo, who lost his leg in a 2002 terror attack.

Spitz joined up with Project Tikvah, a Maccabi World Union program which works to reha >>>



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