La programmation du travail sur l'année

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Tony Blair and the wooing of America                           A burning issue for us all  
An outcast generation                           Integration has to be voluntary

From midnight, First World War legislation is swept away

                          Aftermath

Stop the world, we want to get off

 

                      G.M. to Cut 30,000 Jobs and Close 12 Facilities in 3 Years

India\'s lost daughters: Abortion toll in millions
International Herald Tribune
TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2006
As many as 10 million female fetuses may have been aborted over the past 20 years.
http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/01/09/news/india.php
  Ads on your cellphone: A silver bullet or an unwanted intrusion?
The New York Times
MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 2006
Forget the 30-second spot on a 50-inch high-definition TV. How about a three-second message on the tiniest of screens?
http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/01/15/yourmoney/mobile16.php
Is China accumulating too much foreign cash?
International Herald Tribune
MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 2006
With China\'s reserves now approaching the level of Japanese holdings, there are fears that this vast hoard of foreign exchange exposes the country to risks that could undermine future growth.
http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/01/16/business/yuan.php
  OPINION   | January 16, 2006
Op-Ed Contributor:  Globalizing King's Legacy
By TAYLOR BRANCH
Despite our national commitment to advance free government around the world, we consistently marginalize or ignore Dr. King's commitment to the core values of democracy.
 
OPINION   | January 16, 2006
Op-Ed Contributor:  Globalizing King's Legacy
By TAYLOR BRANCH
Despite our national commitment to advance free government around the world, we consistently marginalize or ignore Dr. King's commitment to the core values of democracy.
 
  MAGAZINE   | January 15, 2006
Shutting Themselves In
By MAGGIE JONES
In Japan, thousands of boys and young men are retreating to their bedrooms and refusing to come out. Why?
 
JOB MARKET   | January 15, 2006
More Jobs Being Found Online, but That Doesn't Mean It's Easy
By BARBARA WHITAKER
A proliferation of new sites - many capitalizing on search engine technology to provide job offerings from across the Internet - are giving job seekers some new alternatives to explore.
 
  MAGAZINE   | January 15, 2006
What Is a Living Wage?
By JON GERTNER
A) A grass-roots campaign to increase the pay of workers? B) A point of debate among economists? C) A new moral-values issue for Democrats? Answer: All of the above.
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Is this the true face of Lady Jane?

Painting found in Streatham house could be the only contemporary portrait of the nine-day queen Charlotte Higgins, arts correspondent Monday January 16 2006 The Guardian

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Rise in mental illness linked to unhealthy diets, say studies · Patients benefit by cutting intake of junk food· NHS warned of rise in £100bn bill Felicity Lawrence Monday January 16 2006 The Guardian

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Entrepreneurial ambition alive despite student debt

Liz Ford

Monday January 16 2006

The Guardian

To see this story with its related links on the EducationGuardian.co.uk site, go to http://education.guardian.co.uk