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Breaking news Tue, 14 Feb 2006
'New populists' vs the West
Democracy   Iran   Photos   US   Venezuela  
'New populists' vs the West
| Some might call it the axle of anti-American populism. With linchpins in Tehran on one end and Caracas on the other, a new brand of international populism is rising by fanning flames of division bet... (photo: Marcello Casal Jr/ABr file) Gulf News
G8 grapples with world energy woes
Economy   Energy   Oil   Photos   Russia  
G8 grapples with world energy woes
Expensive oil and gas took centre stage as finance ministers from the world's wealthiest nations met for talks in Russia, whose vast resources are regarded as part of the problem as well as the soluti... (photo: G8) Al Jazeera
Rice to Face Foreign Relations Committee Rice to Face Foreign Relations Committee
| WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will be pressed on the Bush administration's policies toward Iran, Iraq and the terrorist group running the Palestinian government during Senate... (photo: NATO file) The Guardian
Diplomacy   Mideast   Photos   Terrorism   Washington  
German Study: Sunflowers Might Help AIDS German Study: Sunflowers Might Help AIDS
(AP) Local agriculture officials are upbeat about a German study showing that a sunflower plant could be used in new drugs to fight the disease that causes AIDS. | Scientists at the University of... (photo: WN) CBS News
Aids   Germany   Medjournal   Photos   Science  
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First 'natural plastics' coming to market First 'natural plastics' coming to market
| Fast food restaurants could soon be using plastic cutlery made from fermented corn starch after Archer Daniels Midland and Metabolix, a US biotechnology company,yesterd... (photo: WN/DY1) Financial Times
Biotech   Environment   Market   North America   Photos  
Syria picks euros over dollars Syria picks euros over dollars
Syria has switched all of the state's foreign currency transactions to euros from dollars amid a political confrontation with the United States. | Duraid Durgham, the hea... (photo: WN) Al Jazeera
Bank   Finance   Photos   Politics   Syria  
PM lays into Telecom over broadband PM lays into Telecom over broadband
  14.02.06 3.15pm |   Prime Minister Helen Clark has warned Telecom the Government is still unhappy about the price of high-speed internet access. | Helen Clark... (photo: UN) NZ Herald
Business   Economy   New Zealand   Photos   Technology  
Japan's police raid suspected nuclear trafficking violator Japan's police raid suspected nuclear trafficking violator
Japanese police yesterday raided a precision instrument maker, a company official said, amid media reports it allegedly exported machinery that could be used in uranium e... (photo: Junko Kimura/Getty Images) Taipei Times
Asia   Japan   Nuclear   Photos   Police  
Heathrow still faces shortage of jet fuel Heathrow still faces shortage of jet fuel
| More than nine weeks after the explosion at the Buncefield oil depot, Heathrow airport is still suffering a shortfall of about 22 per cent of normal supplies. | As a re... (photo: WN File) Financial Times
Airlines   Oil   Photos   Travel   United Kingdom  
Bulls remain on rampage, index gains 165 points Bulls remain on rampage, index gains 165 points
| By our correspondent | KARACHI: The market remained bullish on account of oil and gas related shares and the KSE-100 Index shot up by another 165.17 points on Monday to... (photo: Syed Zargham/Getty Images) The News International
Energy   Market   Pakistan   Photos   Stocks  
Oil hovers below $62 Oil hovers below $62
| LONDON: Oil hovered below $62 on Monday after a week-long fall precipitated by ample fuel stocks in top consumer the United States, and for the first time in a year US ... (photo: WN File) The News International
Business   Oil   Photos   Trade   United States  
Defence Offshore Drilling
UN urged to address Haiti unrest
Colombians said to mask civilian deaths
Legislators approve national ID card bill
The Nation & World: Two police chiefs shot to death
UN urged to address Haiti unrest
UN urged to address Haiti unrest
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(PRN) Austin Chalk Oil & Gas, Ltd. Announces Completion of N
Korea Signs Up for Oil Deal in Kamchatka
Gabon
Gas drilling moves to Loy Yang
Oil hovers below $62
Oil hovers below $62
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Gas Energy
Hydroelectric plans help Mexico diversify fuel use
Brazil readies for commercial carnival 
Colombia
Petrobras May Invest $5 Billion in Bolivia
G8 grapples with world energy woes
G8 grapples with world energy woes
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(PRN) Austin Chalk Oil & Gas, Ltd. Announces Completion of N
(PRN) Blast Energy Services Achieves Key Steps in Proving Ab
West to stay reliant on Mideast refineries
Oil Prices Dip on Crude Stock Expectations
A ready, fire, aim mentality
A ready, fire, aim mentality
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Marine Pollution Oil
Trash barges rarely used in U.S.
Ships on alert to save marine life from pollution
Call to Preserve Remains of Natural Beauty of the Red Sea
Study Finds Higher Level of Exposure to Mercury
Call to Preserve Remains of Natural Beauty of the Red Sea
Call to Preserve Remains of Natural Beauty of the Red Sea
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West to stay reliant on Mideast refineries
Oil falls under $61 US a barrel on expectations of higher U.
Oil Prices Dip on Crude Stock Expectations
Oil Prices Dip on Crude Stock Expectations
Syria picks euros over dollars
Syria picks euros over dollars
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