Sunday, November 13, 2005

edited by Victor Cuvo

Paris raises security; arsons drop across France
About 40 towns have imposed curfews on youth since rioting began Oct. 27.

Special Report
Police step up frisking tactic
Officials say searches deter crime, but lack of tracking raises concern over practice

Iraqi President sees timetable for troop exit -- in 2006...

Jimmy Carter: Bush not in line with American Values...

Democrats Losing Race For Funds Under Dean...

FROM THE WASHINGTON TIMES:

Egypt thwarts democracy forum

Jordan calls for jihad on terrorism

Riots drive recruits into arms of Le Pen


Nationalist leader Jean-Marie Le Pen claims that the riots sweeping France have led to thousands of new recruits to his anti-immigration Front National (FN) party.

Police Make Arrest in Jordan Bombings

Report: U.K. Troops May Leave Iraq by 2006

New move to impeach Blair likely

EDITORIAL: Demagoging oil profits

EDITORIAL:

Birthright citizenship

FROM THE LA TIMES:



sports:

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Pirates Fall To Golden Hurricane, 45-13
11/12/2005 - East Carolina's Aundrae Allison set a new single-season for receiving yards with 922 after grabbing a team-best eight catches for 74 yards in a 45-13 loss to Tulsa Saturday afternoon.

VALDOSTA STATE
Title hopes dashed

By Bryan Fazio

VALDOSTA — The champions have fallen.

Valdosta State, the defending Division II national champions, ended their bid at a repeat championship Saturday, thanks to a 40-13 loss to North Alabama.

TERRELL OWENS PUTS HOUSE ON THE BLOCK - The house in Moorestown has served as the backdrop to some of the most dramatic scenes in one of the biggest soap operas in professional sports. More »

(PHOT: GANNETT NEW JERSEY)
Terrell Owens' Moorestown home features five bedrooms, cathedral vaulted ceilings, a three-car garage and a large pool, and it comes with the flat-screen TV above the fireplace in the family room.