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      HU SCIENTISTS DISCOVER WHY LOCUSTS KNOW HOW TO PLAGUE THE LAND
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      IDF CLOSES GAZA TO VISITORS AFTER FAILURE TO STOP INFILTRATORS
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      IMA÷ NIS 240M. BOOST TO HEALTH BASKET IS WOEFULLY INADEQUATE
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      ISRAEL SHOWS WEAKNESS IN GAZA
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
      Disengagement Middle East International Jewish World Cafe Oleh Editorial & Opinion Columns Business Features Magazine Living Real Estate Travel & Tourism Books Sports Health & Sci–Tech In Jerusalem Special Reports Readers‘ Letters Q & A Audio Programs Interactive Map F >>>


      KATSAV PLEADS FOR UNITY AMONG ISRAELIS IN PRE–PULLOUT ADDRESS
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      LAPID CONSIDERS JOINING FORCES WITH SHARON, PERES
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      MEN MORE ABSENT FROM WORK THAN WOMEN
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      NEW KID ON THE BLOCK
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      PASSING THE BATON÷ A CONDUCTOR MOVES ON
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      RECOLLECTIONS÷ LODZ GHETTO
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
      By MICHAEL CHECINSKI The writer, a retired professor of political science, is the last surviving organizer of the Lodz Ghetto resistance. The story appears in My Father‘s Watch (1''4, Gefen Publishing), and its Hebrew version, Sha‘ono Shel Avi,(2004 Pardes Publishing).

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      SPEAK OUT
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
      Today‘s religious Zionist establishment seems to be suffering from too many chiefs and not enough Indians. Too many chief rabbis, that is, and not enough people in the rank–and–file speaking up for essential principles that could once have been taken for granted.

There is former Ashkenazi chi >>>


      TEL AVIV GEARS UP FOR ANTI–PULLOUT RALLY
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      THE ROSIE AND HARVEY SHOW
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      THOUSANDS ATTEND KOTEL PRAYER VIGIL
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      TINY SETTLEMENTS FALL BETWEEN CRACKS
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
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      WORLD OF THE SAGES÷ GOD TEACHING BY EXAMPLE
      The Jerusalem Post, 11-08-2005
      By LEVI COOPER In nurturing our relationship with God, prayer is one of the paths we consider.

Regular heartfelt prayer, however, is by no means an easy endeavor. Though prayer carries opportunities for cultivating a rapport with the Divine, it is fraught with challenges.

Perhaps with the aim of encou >>>


      AT SHOPPING MALLS, TEENS‘ HANGING OUT IS WEARING THIN
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor BOSTON Speeding through the corridors of the South Shore Plaza outside Boston, a pack of baby–faced teen boys clad in jeans and baseball caps draw angry stares from store clerks and customers. But they don‘t seem to care÷ They‘re hip, they‘re >>>


      CANADIAN SENT TO SYRIA SUES US OVER RENDITION POLICY
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
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      CHICAGO MAYOR TOTTERS UNDER CORRUPTION SCANDAL
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor A once mundane, now quickly growing, investigation into Chicago City Hall hiring and contracting practices has become a relentless drumbeat of indictments, convictions, and front–page headlines that threatens to topple one of America‘s most monarchical mayors.< >>>


      COLOMBIA WEIGHS FRESH TACK IN DRUG WAR
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor BOGOT, COLOMBIA In a bid to further eliminate coca crops and cut off funding for armed rebels, President Alvaro Uribe has proposed that the government pay peasant farmers for their coca crops.

Uribe made the bold and controversial offer late last month at a town >>>


      EVERY KITCHEN NEEDS THIS HUMBLE TOOL
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      It was an art to wield a pick in the right grain of ice so that it broke apart easily.

By Barbara Sartor I have a treasure in my kitchen drawer. It is an ice pick, and it lies mostly buried in a tangle of gadgets – spatulas, knife sharpeners, bottle openers, grapefruit corers. It has seen better days, bu >>>


      GAZA PULLOUT AND PEACE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      By Helena Cobban CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.

In the days ahead, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) are scheduled to remove the last of the 8,500 Israeli settlers from the Gaza Strip, dismantle its own remaining installations in the Strip, and leave. What will life be like then for the Strip‘s 1.38 million Palestin >>>


      IF CINDY AND AKBAR COULD MEET
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      The Monitor‘s View How nice if Cindy Sheehan and Akbar Ganji could meet, even if via satellite in a CNN broadcast.

Cindy Sheehan (left) and Akbar Ganji AP In the MonitorThursday, 08/11/05 Is a bigger ‘nuke club‘ inevitable?

At shopping malls, teens‘ hanging out is wearing thin >>>


      IRAQI CONSTITUTION MUST DELIVER OIL TO SUNNIS, OR IT WON‘T DELIVER STABILITY
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      By Edward P. Joseph and Michael O‘Hanlon WASHINGTON The accomplishments of the Iraqi people in writing their constitution, due to be completed Monday, have already been quite impressive.

Unfortunately, however, doing a pretty good job under enormous time pressure and physical danger will not suffice in c >>>


      IRAQIS THIRST FOR WATER AND POWER
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor BAGHDAD This summer, the third since the fall of Baghdad, has been the worst yet when it comes to basic services. Interruptions to electricity and water supplies – caused by both decay and sabotage – are driving up the frustrations of millions of Iraqis.
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      IS A BIGGER ‘NUKE CLUB‘ INEVITABLE?
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor WASHINGTON Iran‘s resumption of sensitive nuclear activities may represent a defiant challenge to the West‘s entire nonproliferation strategy for Tehran.

That‘s because the Iranian move to restart its Isfahan uranium–conversion plant is som >>>


      KIDS RUN AWAY TO CIRCUS CAMP
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      By Melanie Stetson Freeman CRAFTSBURY COMMON, VT Children have been drawn to the circus for generations to see acrobats and clowns perform. In a small, picturesque town in northern Vermont, Circus Smirkus camp teaches children how to be acrobats and clowns.

In the MonitorThursday, 08/11/05 Is a bigger ‘n >>>


      L.A.‘S BLACKS, LATINOS SEE ANSWERS IN ALLIANCE
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor LOS ANGELES National activists hope it‘s the beginning of a new era in black–Latino unity.

Some city officials see merely a promising – but yet unproven – possibility in ways for the two groups to find common ground over a host of issues th >>>


      MONEY WOES ON HOME FRONT
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor ASHLAND, ORE.

As the war in Iraq grinds through its third year, one number keeps going up÷ the number of men and women in Reserve and National Guard units mobilized for active duty. Last week, their ranks swelled again to 13',218.

But these cit >>>


      MOVING AGAIN
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Bringing a spiritual perspective to daily life In the past 16 years, we‘ve moved at least seven times. Each time, it involved a complete uprooting, leaving behind a house we had made our own, friends, family, church, and social acquaintances. It‘s sometimes been difficult for us, and even harder for the kid >>>


      MY BRIEF JOURNEY INTO MINIMALISM
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      By Carol Driscol When the deal was underway to buy my new condominium loft, with its exposed pipes, stainless–steel fixtures, soaring ceilings, and white walls, I was ecstatic.

I was a single, first–time homeowner and wanted every square inch of my 800–square–foot dwelling to be an expr >>>


      ON THE HORIZON
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      By Peter N. Spotts Modified maize is not on the move When scientists found genetically modified maize sprouting in Mexico five years ago, they worried that seeds of the wayward crop would spread, threatening the genetic diversity of local varieties.

In the MonitorThursday, 08/11/05 Is a bigger ‘nuke club >>>


      READ THIS, THEN GO GET A GOOD BOOK
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor SEATTLE When Nancy Pearl meets somebody new, she always asks, "What are you reading?" The retired librarian and self–professed "readaholic" cheerfully admits that she doesn‘t spend much time talking about gardening, housework, or the weathe >>>


      ROBERTS‘S FOES, FRIENDS LOAD UP FRESH AMMO FOR FALL HEARINGS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor WASHINGTON In a typical summer, most Washingtonians with any alternatives flee this hot, muggy city in August, and the pace of business in the capital slows significantly.

President Bush left last week in favor of the even hotter environs of his grass– hoppe >>>


      SUDAN HITS THE PAUSE BUTTON
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      The Monitor‘s View Just days ago, it looked as if the peace deal in Sudan that ended Africa‘s longest–running civil war would have a very short life.

In the MonitorThursday, 08/11/05 Is a bigger ‘nuke club‘ inevitable?

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      THE SECRET COOKIE INGREDIENT? STEADY ATTENTION.
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      By Gail Jokerst Until recently, I would have described myself as a multitasking cookie baker. I‘d wedge the phone between my ear and shoulder and chat away as I washed dishes or sorted laundry while mounds of chocolate chip dough melted in the oven. My attempts at efficiency ruined more cookies than I care to thi >>>


      WHEN IT COMES TO FRENCH BUSINESS, THE ACCENT IS ON ENGLISH
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor PARIS You still aren‘t likely to get a Parisian waiter‘s respect if your accent isn‘t compltement parfait. But even a gauche monolingual American will feel right at home these days in a French boardroom.

In a recent survey of 26 of France‘ >>>


      YARN, SPANDEX, AND DOGS TEACH NEW TRICKS
      The Christian Science Monitor, 11-08-2005
      Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor As college students head back to campus, they may be surprised by how much thought some professors have put into making classwork just as fun and fascinating as a summer vacation. Far from doing everything by the book, the creative scholars featured here use everyday objec >>>


      4% DES PÈRES ÉLÈVERAIENT SANS LE SAVOIR L‘ENFANT D‘UN AUTRE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 07÷36) LONDRES – Quatre pour cent des pères élèveraient sans le savoir l‘enfant d‘un autre, estime une équipe de chercheurs britanniques dans une étude publiée par le Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health >>>


      ATHLÉTISME÷ DES SOURIRES SOUS LA PLUIE ET LE VENT
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      mercredi 10 août 2005 (Reuters – 22÷36) HELSINKI – Une nouvelle fois perturbées par la pluie et le vent, les épreuves des championnats du monde d‘athlétisme à Helsinki ont été éclairées de nombreux sourires.

Le plus surprena >>>


      ATHLÉTISME÷ EUNICE BARBER AJOUTE UNE MÉDAILLE À SA COLLECTION
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      mercredi 10 août 2005 (Reuters – 21÷46) par Sophie Greuil HELSINKI – Eunice Barber a réalisé le doublé en remportant une médaille de bronze à la longueur, trois jours seulement après sa médaille d‘argent de l‘heptathlon.

Orig >>>


      GRANDE–BRETAGNE÷ DIX ÉTRANGERS CONDUITS VERS LA SORTIE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      le plus célèbre prédicateur islamiste de Grande–Bretagne, le Jordanien Abou Qatada, fait partie des dix étrangers arrêtés jeudi matin pour cause de «menace pour la sécurité nationale», affirme le site Internet de la BBC. Abou Qatada, 44 ans, est accusé >>>


      ISRAËL INTERDIT L‘ACCÈS DES COLONIES DE GAZA AUX NON–RÉSIDENTS
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 18÷42) JERUSALEM – L‘armée israélienne annonce la fermeture des 21 colonies juives de Gaza aux non–résidents, cinq jours plus tôt que prévu, afin d‘éviter que des militants ultranationalistes n‘entrav >>>


      L‘AIEA EXIGE LE GEL DES ACTIVITÉS NUCLÉAIRES SENSIBLES DE L‘IRAN
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 18÷40) par Louis Charbonneau et François Murphy VIENNE – L‘Agence internationale de l‘énergie atomique a adopté à l‘unanimité une résolution sommant l‘Iran de suspendre de nouveau ses activité >>>


      L‘AIEA POURRAIT EXIGER UN GEL DU NUCLÉAIRE IRANIEN
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 11÷44) VIENNE – Le projet de résolution de la "troïka" européenne, qui doit être examiné jeudi par l‘Agence internationale de l‘énergie atomique, exhorte Téhéran à reprendre sans d&ea >>>


      L‘AIEA SOMME L‘IRAN DE CESSER SES ACTIVITÉS NUCLÉAIRES SENSIBLES
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 17÷14) VIENNE – Le Conseil des gouverneurs de l‘Agence internationale de l‘énergie atomique (AIEA) a adopté une résolution d‘inspiration européenne sommant l‘Iran de suspendre de nouveau ses activités nucl& >>>


      L‘IRAN JUGE INACCEPTABLE LES EXIGENCES DE L‘AIEA
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 18÷00) TEHERAN – L‘Iran estime inacceptable la résolution adoptée unanimement par le Conseil des gouverneurs de l‘Agence internationale de l‘énergie atomique (AIEA) exigeant qu‘il suspende de nouveau ses activités >>>


      L‘IRAN REJETTE LE PROJET DE RÉSOLUTION DE LA "TROÏKA" EUROPÉENNE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 15÷06) VIENNE – L‘Iran a rejeté le projet de résolution présenté jeudi à l‘Agence internationale de l‘énergie atomique par la "troïka" européenne, qui somme Téhéran de s >>>


      LA RÉSOLUTION DE L‘AIEA EXIGE UN GEL DU NUCLÉAIRE IRANIEN
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 11÷26) VIENNE – Le projet de résolution de la "troïka" européenne examiné par l‘Agence internationale de l‘énergie atomique exhorte Téhéran à reprendre sans délai la suspension compl >>>


      LE PRÉDICATEUR OMAR BAKRI ARRÊTÉ À BEYROUTH
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      il a appelé les kamikazes du 7 juillet à Londres «les Quatre formidables» et ceux du 11 septembre 2001 «les magnifiques Dix–Neuf». Il a déclaré qu‘il refuserait de dénoncer un terroriste en puissance à la police. Omar Bakri, prédicateur libanais vivant &agra >>>


      LE PRÉSIDENT ISRAÉLIEN DEMANDE PARDON AUX COLONS DE GAZA
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 07÷06) JERUSALEM – Le président israélien, Moshe Katsav, a demandé pardon mercredi soir aux colons juifs contraints de quitter la bande de Gaza mais leur a demandé de ne pas affronter les forces de sécurité.

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      LES CAPITALES EUROPÉENNES SE RÉCHAUFFENT
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 07÷26) par Alister Doyle OSLO – Les températures moyennes relevées l‘été dans les capitales européennes ont augmenté de 1°C à 2,2°C depuis les années 1'70, selon une étud >>>


      LES IMPLICATIONS LIMITÉES DU RETRAIT DE GAZA
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 16÷07) par Matthew Tostevin JERUSALEM – Le retrait israélien de la bande de Gaza, aussi historique soit–il, n‘entraînera dans l‘immédiat aucune relance du processus de paix au Proche–Orient, et il risque même d&lsqu >>>


      MANIFESTATION CONTRE LE RETRAIT DE GAZA AU MUR DES LAMENTATIONS
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      jeudi 11 août 2005 (Reuters – 07÷46) JERUSALEM – Des dizaines de milliers d‘Israéliens de droite opposés au retrait des colons juifs de la bande de Gaza se sont rassemblés mercredi au Mur des Lamentations, à Jérusalem, pour implorer Dieu d‘arr&ecir >>>


      UN HOMME INCULPÉ À LONDRES EN LIAISON AVEC LES ATTENTATS MANQUÉS
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      mercredi 10 août 2005 (Reuters – 23÷36) LONDRES – La police britannique a inculpé un homme dans le cadre de l‘enquête sur les attentats manqués du 21 juillet contre les transports publics londoniens.

Abdul Sharif, 28 ans, domicilié dans le sud de Londre >>>


      ARIANE PLACE SUR ORBITE LE PLUS GROS SATELLITE TÉLÉCOMS DU MONDE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      KOUROU, Guyane – Après deux tentatives infructueuses en juillet et un report de dernière minute, la fusée Ariane 5 a placé sur orbite le plus gros satellite de télécommunications jamais construit.

Le lanceur européen, dans sa version génériqu >>>


      ATHLÉTISME÷ EUNICE BARBER RELANCE LA FRANCE AVEC DU BRONZE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      par Sophie Greuil HELSINKI – Trois jours après avoir remporté une médaille d‘argent à l‘heptathlon, Eunice Barber a redonné des couleurs à l‘équipe de France des championnats du monde en décrochant le bronze au saut en longueur.

Ap >>>


      BAYROU, LOCOMOTIVE DE L‘OPPOSITION
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      dans la torpeur de l‘été, François Bayrou continue sa politique de harcèlement du gouvernement. Après la privatisation des autoroutes, le président de l‘UDF est monté au créneau pour défendre, cette fois, les trains Corail. Alors que la pol&eac >>>


      DESTRUCTION D‘UN CHAMP DE MAÏS TRANSGÉNIQUE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      PARIS – Le collectif des "faucheurs volontaires" revendique la destruction d‘un champ de maïs transgénique cette semaine à Menville, en Haute–Garonne.

"Nous réaffirmons notre opposition à toute culture de champs d‘essai OGM", é >>>


      DESTRUCTION D‘UN CHAMP DE MAÏS TRANSGÉNIQUE DANS LE SUD–OUEST
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      PARIS – Le collectif des "faucheurs volontaires" revendique la destruction d‘un champ de maïs transgénique cette semaine à Menville, en Haute–Garonne.

"Nous réaffirmons notre opposition à toute culture de champs d‘essai OGM", é >>>


      FOOTBALL÷ UN GROUPE FRANCE SANS SURPRISE, AVEC ZINEDINE ZIDANE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      par Jacques Clément PARIS – La surprise n‘en était plus une. Zinedine Zidane, convoqué par Raymond Domenech avec Lilian Thuram et Claude Makelele pour le match amical de mercredi face à la Côte d‘Ivoire, a fait officiellement son retour en équipe de France.
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      FOOTBALL÷ ZINEDINE ZIDANE EST BIEN DE RETOUR EN ÉQUIPE DE FRANCE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      par Jacques Clément PARIS – Ce n‘est pas une surprise÷ Zinedine Zidane a fait son retour officiel en équipe de France en étant sélectionné aux côtés de Lilian Thuram et Claude Makelele dans le groupe appelé à affronter mercredi la Cô >>>


      LA FNSEA RÉCLAME DES ARRÊTÉS DE CALAMITÉ AGRICOLE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      PARIS – Les conséquences de la sécheresse sur l‘agriculture sont moins importantes que lors de la canicule de 2003, estime le président de la FNSEA, qui réclame cependant l‘ouverture "dans les meilleurs délais" du fonds de calamité agricole pour les >>>


      LA FRÉQUENTATION TOURISTIQUE EN POLYNÉSIE FRANÇAISE RESTE FAIBLE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      PARIS – Après trois années moroses, 2005 ne s‘annonce pas meilleure en termes de fréquentation touristique pour la Polynésie française, où moins de 100000 visiteurs se sont rendus depuis le début de l‘année.

Les chiffres du premier semes >>>


      LA LOIRE RESTREINT À SON TOUR L‘USAGE DE L‘EAU
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      LYON – La préfecture de la Loire annonce la mise en place de restrictions d‘eau dans tout le département en raison de la sécheresse qui sévit actuellement sur une grande partie du territoire français.

"Les débits des différents rivières d >>>


      LE COMPTE À REBOURS D‘ARIANE 5 A ÉTÉ INTERROMPU
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      KOUROU, Guyane – Le compte à rebours du lancement de la fusée européenne Ariane 5 générique a été interrompu quinze secondes avant l‘heure du décollage, initialement prévu à 03h3' locales (06h3' GMT), depuis la base équator >>>


      LE COMPTE À REBOURS D‘ARIANE 5 GÉNÉRIQUE A ÉTÉ INTERROMPU
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      KOUROU, Guyane – Le compte à rebours du lancement de la fusée européenne Ariane 5 générique a été interrompu quinze secondes avant l‘heure du décollage, initialement prévu à 03h3' locales (06h3' GMT), depuis la base équator >>>


      LE LANCEMENT D‘ARIANE 5 A ÉTÉ INTERROMPU
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      KOUROU, Guyane – Le lancement de la fusée européenne Ariane 5 générique a été interrompu en raison d‘un problème sur la table de lancement, a déclaré à Kourou le directeur général d‘Arianespace, Jean–Yves Le Gall >>>


      LE PARTI SOCIALISTE VEUT RÉTABLIR LA TIPP FLOTTANTE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      PARIS – Pour faire face à la flambée des prix du pétrole, le Parti socialiste a de nouveau réclamé le rétablissement de la Taxe intérieure sur les produits pétroliers (TIPP) flottante, supprimée en 2002 par le gouvernement de Jean–Pierre Raffari >>>


      LES CHEMINOTS CONTRE LA «DISLOCATION» DU SERVICE PUBLIC
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      les syndicats n‘apprécient guère le projet de suppressions de trains Corail de la SNCF et le font savoir. Après la CGT qui dénonçait lundi le «chantage de la direction» et la Fgaac (agents de conduite) qui s‘est prononcée mardi «pour un service public offert &agrav >>>


      MISSION ACCOMPLIE POUR ARIANE 5
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      par Laurent Marot KOUROU, Guyane française – Après deux tentatives infructueuses en juillet et un report de dernière minute, le lanceur européen Ariane 5 a mis sur orbite jeudi le plus gros satellite de télécommunications du monde, Thaïcom 4–Ipstar.

La >>>


      NICOLAS SARKOZY VISITE LA BASE DE MARIGNANE ET VOLE EN CANADAIR
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      MARIGNANE, Bouches–du Rhône – Nicolas Sarkozy a effectué un vol d‘une vingtaine de minutes à bord d‘un Canadair de la Sécurité civile, à l‘occasion de la reprise des vols de ces appareils après l‘accident qui a coûté la vie >>>


      NICOLAS SARKOZY VISITE LA BASE DE MARIGNANE, VOLE EN CANADAIR
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      MARIGNANE, Bouches–du Rhône – Nicolas Sarkozy a effectué jeudi matin un vol d‘une vingtaine de minutes à bord d‘un Canadair de la Sécurité civile, à l‘occasion de la reprise des vols de ces appareils après l‘accident qui a coût&ea >>>


      QUATRE CORPS DÉCOUVERTS DANS UN APPARTEMENT PRÈS DE LYON
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      LYON – Quatre corps en état de décomposition avancée ont été découverts dans un appartement de Décines, dans la banlieue lyonnaise, et les enquêteurs privilégient la thèse du drame familial.

Les cadavres sont ceux d‘un père >>>


      UN ÉBOULEMENT CAUSE LA MORT D‘UNE AUTOMOBILISTE EN HAUTE–SAVOIE
      Liberation, 11-08-2005
      LYON – Un éboulement a entraîné la mort d‘une automobiliste qui circulait sur une route départementale à Saint–Jeoire en Haute–Savoie, apprend–on auprès des pompiers.

L‘accident s‘est produit vers 17 heures 30 sur la RD 26 qui p >>>


      5,000 RUBLE BILL TO SOAK UP CASH
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer The Central Bank said Wednesday it would introduce a new 5,000 ruble note in 2006, in a move to help soak up the increasing amount of cash circulating in the expanding Russian economy.

The new note, which will supercede the 1,000 ruble note as the largest in circulation, will fe >>>


      APPOINTMENTS
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      The Moscow Times Amtel–Vredestein Gennady Frolov has been appointed deputy general director of public and investor relations at Amtel–Vredestein, the company announced.

Frolov was born in Moscow on Sept. 7, 1'63. He graduated from the Moscow State Institute of Foreign Languages in 1'85 and >>>


      BOGDANCHIKOV÷ ROSNEFT AIMS FOR NO. 1
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Garfield Reynolds Bloomberg State oil producer Rosneft plans to become the country‘s biggest oil company by 2008, after more than tripling output this year by adding the Yukos unit that had been confiscated last year to pay back taxes.

Rosneft plans to raise output by a third through 2010 to reach 104 >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      Aa Aa Aa Business in Brief Yukos to Pay Creditors LONDON –– Yukos has agreed to transfer $17.5 million from a U.S. court to a group of creditors that it owes $482 million.

U.S. bankruptcy judge Letitia Clark on Tuesday approved an order transferring the money to Societe Generale, as the agent for c >>>


      CHINA DISCLOSES CURRENCIES
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Used for Yuan Revaluation Reuters SHANGHAI, China –– China‘s Central Bank said Wednesday that the dollar, euro, Japanese yen and Korean won dominated its new reference currency basket, disclosing the contents for the first time since it revalued the yuan last month.

The basket also include >>>


      FED HOLDS COURSE ON BOOSTING RATES
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Tim Ahmann Reuters WASHINGTON –– The U.S. Federal Reserve raised a key interest rate a quarter–percentage point on Tuesday, offering no sign after a 10th–straight rise that it was ready to end its campaign of modest increases to curb inflation.

The Fed‘s policy–setting Fe >>>


      KIROVSKY DIRECTOR DIES IN SOCHI HOTEL
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      The Moscow Times Pyotr Semenenko, the director of the Kirov Factory, one of St. Petersburg‘s largest plants and once the producer of Soviet T–Series tanks, died in the early hours of Wednesday after falling out of a 15th–floor window at hotel in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.

The circumstance >>>


      MARKET SCENTS RUBLE BOND RALLY
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Artyom Danielyan Reuters Dmitry Beliakov / Bloomberg Russia plans to issue $2 billion worth of treasury bonds by the end of the year and another $6 billion in 2006.

Investors are homing in on the potential rewards of Russia‘s ruble–denominated treasury bonds, seven years after the government def >>>


      MIGHTY MITVOL AND THE UNLUCKY 13
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Masha Gessen To Our Readers Has something you‘ve read here startled you? Are you angry, excited, puzzled or pleased? Do you have ideas to improve our coverage?

Then please write to us. All we ask is that you include your full name, the name of the city from which you are writing and a contact telephon >>>


      OVITZ JUDGE RULES FOR DISNEY BOARD
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Jef Feeley and Phil Milford Bloomberg WILMINGTON, Delaware –– Walt Disney directors, including CEO Michael Eisner, oversaw the ouster of ex–president Michael Ovitz properly and do not have to reimburse the company for his $140 million severance package, a judge ruled.

Delaware Chancery Cou >>>


      SAKHALIN–1 PRODUCTION ON TARGET
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      Reuters Russia‘s eastern Sakhalin–1 project, led by the U.S. company ExxonMobil, will begin oil production on schedule this year and reach peak output of 250,000 barrels per day by the end of 2006, a partner company said on Wednesday.

State oil firm Rosneft, one of Exxon‘s partners in the pro >>>


      TNK–BP TO SETTLE BACK TAX BILL
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Dmitry Zhdannikov Reuters Yevgebt Stetsko / Vedomosti Tax authorities have agreed to cut TNK–BP back tax claim to $247 million.

Russia has agreed to slash a back tax claim against oil major BP‘s Russian vehicle, TNK–BP, to $247 million from $1 billion, the firm said Wednesday, adding that >>>


      UKRAINE REVEALS TERMS OF KRYVORIZHSTAL SALE
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Pavel Polityuk Reuters KIEV –– Ukraine will stage its largest and most hotly contested privatization this year by reauctioning the vast Kryvorizhstal steel plant, it announced on Wednesday, with the starting price set at 10 billion hryvnas ($2 billion).

The rerun of the ex–Soviet state&lsq >>>


      YAHOO! EYEING CHINESE ONLINE STORE
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      Bloomberg BEIJING –– Yahoo! executives are in talks to buy about 33 percent of Alibaba.com, China‘s biggest online retailer, for $1 billion in stock and cash, as it tries to win share in a market that is expected to increase threefold by 2007.

The Sunnyvale, California–based company has >>>


      2ND ATTACK AT POLISH EMBASSY
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Carl Schreck Staff Writer Sergey Ponomarev / AP The diplomat was attacked not far from the embassy compound, located near Ulitsa 1'05 Goda metro station.

A Polish diplomat was beaten near the Polish Embassy in central Moscow on Wednesday, in the second attack on an embassy employee near the diplomatic c >>>


      5,000 RUBLE BILL TO SOAK UP CASH
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer The Central Bank said Wednesday it would introduce a new 5,000 ruble note in 2006, in a move to help soak up the increasing amount of cash circulating in the expanding Russian economy.

The new note, which will supercede the 1,000 ruble note as the largest in circulation, will fe >>>


      CANADIAN LIVES TO TELL HIS TALE
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Carl Schreck Staff Writer City Crime Statistics Aug. 3 – Aug. ' Crime Total Solved Murder 14
7 Assault 25
16 Robbery 284
138 Rape 7
6 Theft (total)
1,004
245 Apartment burglaries 263
16 Fraud 81
53 Car theft 52
17 For the Record Car accidents 178

a) killed 17
>>>


      CHOPPER CARRYING 14 CRASHES IN BALTIC SEA
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      The Associated Press TALLINN –– A helicopter carrying two pilots and 12 passengers crashed and sank in the Baltic Sea off the Estonian coast Wednesday. A rescue spokesman said divers were unlikely to find any survivors.

The Sikorsky 76 helicopter was on a scheduled commercial flight from Tallinn to >>>


      FAKING LEFT
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Stanislav Belkovsky To Our Readers Has something you‘ve read here startled you? Are you angry, excited, puzzled or pleased? Do you have ideas to improve our coverage?

Then please write to us. All we ask is that you include your full name, the name of the city from which you are writing and a contact t >>>


      KHODORKOVSKY MULLS BID IN DUMA BY–ELECTION
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Francesca Mereu Staff Writer Mikhail Khodorkovsky said Wednesday that he was considering running for the State Duma in a Moscow by–election to be held in the next month.

Khodorkovsky expressed doubt, however, that he would be allowed to run for the seat in the Universitetsky single–mandate distr >>>


      KIROVSKY DIRECTOR DIES IN SOCHI HOTEL
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      The Moscow Times Pyotr Semenenko, the director of the Kirov Factory, one of St. Petersburg‘s largest plants and once the producer of Soviet T–Series tanks, died in the early hours of Wednesday after falling out of a 15th–floor window at hotel in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.

The circumstance >>>


      MIGHTY MITVOL AND THE UNLUCKY 13
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Masha Gessen To Our Readers Has something you‘ve read here startled you? Are you angry, excited, puzzled or pleased? Do you have ideas to improve our coverage?

Then please write to us. All we ask is that you include your full name, the name of the city from which you are writing and a contact telephon >>>


      SEARCH LINKED TO INTERVIEW
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Oksana Yablokova Staff Writer Iraqi police searched the RIA–Novosti bureau in Baghdad on Wednesday, and the state–controlled news agency linked the search to a recent interview with the leader of an Iraqi rebel group.

A group of two police officers and four military officers arrived at the burea >>>


      TNK–BP TO SETTLE BACK TAX BILL
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Dmitry Zhdannikov Reuters Yevgebt Stetsko / Vedomosti Tax authorities have agreed to cut TNK–BP back tax claim to $247 million.

Russia has agreed to slash a back tax claim against oil major BP‘s Russian vehicle, TNK–BP, to $247 million from $1 billion, the firm said Wednesday, adding that >>>


      TNK–BP TYCOON COULD BE GOVERNOR
      The Moscow Times, 11-08-2005
      By Anatoly Medetsky Staff Writer MT Viktor Vekselberg Billionaire businessman Viktor Vekselberg could be appointed governor of Kamchatka in 2007, presidential envoy Konstantin Pulikovsky said in an interview published on Wednesday.

Pulikovsky, who is responsible for submitting candidacies for the far eastern r >>>



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