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05/22/2006 Pitcairn wants social workers
05/22/2006 India's PM appeals to medical students to stop protests
05/22/2006 Brunei's playboy prince must return property, money and gems
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05/22/2006 Britain's PM in Iraq to back new government
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05/22/2006 Shots fired at protesting textile workers in Bangladesh
05/22/2006 Social unrest tears an Australian community apart
05/22/2006 Manila rejects an appeal to release a Muslim rebel leader
05/22/2006 Anti-Taliban raid kills rebels and civilians
05/22/2006 Tamil Tigers threaten to renew Sri Lanka's civil war
05/22/2006 Australia's PM says economics will change China's politics
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05/22/2006 BBC 'should privatise' Radio 1 and 2
05/22/2006 Country radio disses Dixie Chicks
05/22/2006 New Pinecrest radio station planned
05/22/2006 Rubber price in Malaysia nears 20-year high
05/22/2006 Vietnam criticises WTO requirements
05/22/2006 Malaysia Airlines to lay off up to 5,000 employees
05/22/2006 Should BBC radio stations be privatised?
05/22/2006 Head of the World Health Organisation dies
05/22/2006 Afghan air strike kills 16 civilians governor
05/22/2006 Music Technology Making It in Internet Radio
05/22/2006 Fiji's Labor Party pulls out of country's power-sharing cabinet
05/22/2006 Cambodian court charges 90-year-old with drug trafficking
05/22/2006 Solomons PM rejects criticism over ministerial appointments
05/22/2006 India's main markets halt trade after shares plunge 10 per cent
05/22/2006 Indonesia unable to rule out human-to-human transmission of bird flu
05/22/2006 Fiji's Labor Party in talks on whether to accept multi-party cabinet
05/22/2006 PNG's Air Niugini increases international fuel surcharge
05/22/2006 The region's police commissioners hold talks in Australia
05/22/2006 Northern Marianas MP proposes loan to save failing power network
05/22/2006 Officials change size of danger zone around Mount Merapi volcano
05/22/2006 Coalition warplanes bomb Afghan village, killing 50
05/22/2006 Fiji leaders fail to agree over formation of new cabinet
05/22/2006 BBC urged to sell Radio 1 and 2
05/22/2006 Switched-on school seeks radio licence
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05/21/2006 PNG airline to increase fuel surcharge
05/21/2006 Two injured in Philippines grenade attack
05/21/2006 Call for BBC radio privatisation
05/21/2006 Indonesia fishing boat caught off Australian coast
05/21/2006 Australian PM says troops will stay in Iraq
05/21/2006 Australia wheat deal with Iraq fails
05/21/2006 Radio-Frequency Chips Coming to Cattle
05/21/2006 China mine flood traps 57
05/21/2006 Gunmen fire on Kashmir rally
05/21/2006 Fiji opposition to submit candidates for cabinet
05/21/2006 ETimor foreign minister says people do not support PM
05/21/2006 Australia 'happy' to support Indonesia over Papua
05/21/2006 Senior Sri Lanka rebel killed
05/21/2006 On A7Radio Knesset Member Says, Strike Iran Now
05/21/2006 UN envoy meets Burma's opposition leader
05/21/2006 Nepals's PM meets King
05/21/2006 Typhoon Chanchu hits Vietnamese fishing fleet
05/21/2006 More activity on Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano
05/21/2006 Australian miners describe their time trapped underground
05/21/2006 Another birdflu case in Indonesia
05/21/2006 Afghanistan says insurgent commanders hiding in Pakistan
05/21/2006 India's Prime Minister condemns an attack in Srinagar
05/21/2006 More violence in Iraq
05/21/2006 Australian aid to Africa
05/21/2006 Da Vinci Code punters defy Vatican call for boycott
05/21/2006 Germany to urge China to help resolve Iranian nuclear dispute
05/21/2006 Taiwan welcomes Kiribati President
05/21/2006 Indonesians march to support anti-pornography Bill
05/21/2006 China rescues 97 Vietnamese fisherman
05/21/2006 Leaders of Australia and Indonesia to meet
05/21/2006 Nas, Common, Badu Join Roots For First Radio City Show
05/20/2006 Typhoon killed at least 37 Vietnamese sailors state radio
05/20/2006 French, US soldiers among 15 dead in new Afghan battles
05/20/2006 Japan hails formation of Iraqi government
05/20/2006 Australia and Indonesia to meet on security cooperation
05/20/2006 Radio-frequency chips coming to cattle, but not easily
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05/20/2006 Bush uses radio address to stump for border security, immigration reform
05/20/2006 Radio-frequency chips coming to cattle, but not easily
05/20/2006 Top UN envoy meets Burma's Aung San Suu Kyi
05/20/2006 Bush Urges Immigration Reform In Radio Address
05/20/2006 Contracts to discover radioactive sources in Iraq
05/20/2006 Educational radio network to be launched
05/20/2006 Radio-Frequency Chips Coming to Cattle
05/20/2006 War on Iraq Uprising Radio May 20, 2006
05/20/2006 Immigration dominates party radio addresses
05/20/2006 Reorganization will close two Radio Shacks in N.H.
05/20/2006 Indonesian President won't intervene in Suharto corruption case
05/20/2006 East Timor Independence Day quietest yet
05/20/2006 Iraqi parliament approves cabinet of unity
05/20/2006 Iraqi parliament votes on cabinet of unity
05/20/2006 Australians backing German Eurovision act
05/20/2006 US dismisses torture report on Guantanamo
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05/20/2006 Iraqi PM presents cabinet of unity
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05/20/2006 Cyclone relief could cost 50 million dollars in Australia's north east
05/20/2006 Australian Defence Minister promotes army as regional force
05/20/2006 Number of missing Vietnamese fisherman rises
05/20/2006 Zimbabwe deports union and opposition leaders
05/20/2006 Australian soldier's widow to be briefed on inquiry
05/20/2006 East Timor PM accused of undemocratic tactics
05/20/2006 Fiji's Labour Party to hold eight cabinet posts
05/20/2006 160 Vietnamese fisherman missing after Chanchu
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05/19/2006 Nepal's SC order gives FM radios power to transmit news
05/19/2006 Asian countries count the cost of Typhoon Chanchu
05/19/2006 China to reach milestone with completion of Three Gorges dam
05/19/2006 Dixie Chicks don't stick at country radio
05/19/2006 Radiologist shortage sees sick man discharged
05/19/2006 Taiwan seeks WHO observer status for 10th time
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05/19/2006 East Timor's prime minister side steps leadership challenge
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05/19/2006 Afghan forces say key Taliban commander captured
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05/19/2006 Senate Votes 10-Fold Increase For TV, Radio Indecency Fines
05/19/2006 Ofcom closer to iPod FM radio rule switch
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05/19/2006 CBS Radio signs up for Portable People Meter
05/19/2006 CBS Radio to use Arbitron Portable People Meter
05/19/2006 UN envoy criticises Cambodia's judicial system
05/19/2006 U.S. Radio Host Humphries Slams Kadima’s Withdrawal Plan Post Fact-Finding Trip
05/19/2006 Wollins Provides 17-Minute Radio Interview Covering Beit Shapira Forced Eviction
05/19/2006 Editor Wollins Interviewed on Israel National Radio Regarding Hebron Evictions
05/19/2006 Australia, NZ hold talks with new Solomons PM
05/19/2006 EU moves to put Sri Lanka rebels on terrorist 'blacklist'
05/19/2006 WBAB offers 10K reward for radio hijacker
05/19/2006 Indonesia's Suharto undergoes third operation
05/19/2006 WHO confirms two more bird flu deaths in Indonesia
05/19/2006 Switzerland to replace all Pakistan embassy staff
05/19/2006 Indonesia seeks to add sovereignty clause to treaty with Australia
05/19/2006 African music legends on tour
05/19/2006 The Edges of the Night Watch II
05/19/2006 Bidding a final? farewell to Ayaan Hirsi Ali
05/19/2006 Radio tags track auto stockpiles
05/19/2006 Wi-Fi Table Radios Put Internet Stations On The Dial
05/19/2006 China to build six nuclear power plants in Fujian province
05/19/2006 PNG villagers accused of using cyanide to poison enemies
05/19/2006 PNG government calls for inquiry into finance department
05/19/2006 Fiji court convicts man of triple murder
05/19/2006 Fiji opposition accepts offer of cabinet posts
05/18/2006 Afghan leader says Pakistan to blame for fighting
05/18/2006 Ex-Indonesian leader faces more surgery
05/18/2006 Son of Taiwan president quits ruling party
05/18/2006 Indonesian president visits ailing former leader
05/18/2006 US sets June target for Japan beef exports
05/18/2006 China assess typhoon damage
05/18/2006 Pirate hijacks New York radio signal
05/18/2006 Music Industry Sues XM Satellite Radio Over Recording Receiver
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05/18/2006 US renews Burma sanctions
05/18/2006 Fiji Labour Party conditionally agrees to accept cabinet posts
05/18/2006 Warnings of rebel plan to kill Philippine leader
05/18/2006 Radio Shack to Sell Flat Panel TVs
05/18/2006 Indonesia says diplomat will return to Australia soon
05/18/2006 Australian PM addresses Canadian parliament
05/18/2006 Australia, NZ foreign ministers visit the Solomons
05/18/2006 US considers new approach to NKorea
05/18/2006 Locke to take over radio play-by-play for Sonics
05/18/2006 RadioShack to Sell Flat-Panel Televisions
05/18/2006 Fiji's PM offers cabinet posts to opposition
05/18/2006 East Timor PM blocks leadership challenge
05/18/2006 Many dead in Afghan violence
05/18/2006 CBS Radio Signs Deal on Arbitron System
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05/18/2006 Fiji's Prime Minister offering cabinet posts to Labour MPs
05/18/2006 Australia and NZ's Foreign Ministers to visit the Solomons
05/18/2006 UNESCO condemns attack on Christian radio station in Kenya
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05/18/2006 New Zealand wants to preserve Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau languages
05/18/2006 Denmark reports its first case of H5 bird flu in poultry
05/18/2006 Cambodia's PM says human rights groups misrepresent his country
05/18/2006 Radio pirate hijacks WBAB show
05/18/2006 Publishers File Suit Against Digital Services
05/18/2006 U.S. Labels Sue XM Radio Over Inno Device
05/18/2006 Makeover on Bonaire
05/18/2006 Nepal's PM presents resolution to parliament to curtail king's powers
05/18/2006 Nepal passes resolution to curtail king's powers
05/18/2006 Australian unions accuse Qantas of moving to relocate jobs overseas
05/18/2006 Jail for US sailors who smuggled drugs into Australia on navy ship
05/18/2006 Indonesia faces formidable challenge in containing bird flu president
05/18/2006 Senior UN envoy arrives in Burma
05/18/2006 Officials confident Khmer Rouge tribunal 'just weeks away'
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05/18/2006 Princess Ayaan and the Grand Sorceress
05/18/2006 Former Indonesian president Suharto undergoes further testing
05/18/2006 US mulls new approach to NKorea nuclear crisis
05/18/2006 Fiji's PM considers action against army chief
05/18/2006 China typhoon death toll rises
05/18/2006 Radio talker enjoys stirring the pot
05/18/2006 Radio firm CEO faces static over buyout offer
05/18/2006 UpSNAP Introduces Personalized Radio for Mobile Phones
05/18/2006 NZ's finance minister unveils 'commonsense' budget
05/18/2006 Vanuatu PM to attend Japan-Pacific summit in Okinawa
05/18/2006 Bougainville rebel denies he's preparing to overthrow government
05/17/2006 Snohomish River valley radio towers OK'd
05/17/2006 Labels Sue XM Radio Over Inno Recording Device
05/17/2006 International Radio Conference Steve Martin, BBC
05/17/2006 New Australian Defence Force chief for Middle East
05/17/2006 Nepal lawmakers to consider cutting king's powers
05/17/2006 Cambodian PM meets UN rights chief
05/17/2006 Two dead as typhoon hits China
05/17/2006 RIAA Sues XM Satellite Radio
05/17/2006 Top US official on Asia tour
05/17/2006 Canada extends Afghan troop mission
05/17/2006 Defence officials lose report on Australian soldier killed in Iraq
05/17/2006 Fiji army chief issues warning to incoming government
05/17/2006 Radio Station Helps Raise Funds For Family Of Woman Killed In Tragic Accident
05/17/2006 Croft and Murkowski face off in radio debate
05/17/2006 Australia, US boost anti-terror cooperation
05/17/2006 WBAB radio signal hijacked
05/17/2006 Linux Music Industry Sues XM Radio, Alleges Copyright Violations
05/17/2006 U.S. labels sue XM radio over Inno device
05/17/2006 Call for boycott of Australian firms that export live animals
05/17/2006 Indonesian MPs plan Australia visit
05/17/2006 Record labels sue XM Radio for time-shifting
05/17/2006 Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Extends Canadian Radio Frequency Identification Reader Program
05/17/2006 House Democrats Target GOP Voters with Radio Ads
05/17/2006 BBC Radio One DJ Tim Westwood Favouritism towards Universal Records Artists?
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05/17/2006 Music Industry Sues XM Satellite Radio Over Recording Device
05/17/2006 US official visits Sri Lanka in an effort to encourage peace talks
05/17/2006 A gunman in Turkey kills a judge and wounds four others
05/17/2006 XM Satellite Radio Sued For Copyright Violations
05/17/2006 Record Labels Sue XM Satellite Radio
05/17/2006 Solomons PM reassigns police, tourism portfolios
05/17/2006 Telecommunication problem in Thailand taints tsunami warning test
05/17/2006 RIAA sues radio station
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05/17/2006 Papuans face trial over Freeport violence
05/17/2006 Thailand chooses Spanish design for tsunami memorial
05/17/2006 Foot and mouth spreads across Vietnam
05/17/2006 Indonesian president to visit the two Koreas next month
05/17/2006 Vietnam seeks extradition of pilot from Thailand
05/17/2006 Indymedia Radio London Newswire Show a special discussion from Palestine
05/17/2006 Satellite radio in recordings row
05/17/2006 Earthquake jolts Indonesian island of Nias
05/17/2006 Three new ministers appointed to Tongan cabinet
05/17/2006 Japan to fingerprint, photograph foreign visitors
05/17/2006 ETimor's capital on alert ahead of leadership challenge
05/17/2006 WHO confirms five more bird flu deaths in Indonesia
05/17/2006 Northern Marianas lawmaker pushes for minimum wage increase
05/17/2006 PNG prime minister calls for end to teachers' strike
05/17/2006 Former Nauruan MP to sue over passport scam allegations
05/17/2006 Burma's Karen rebels plead for ceasefire talks
05/17/2006 Testing underway on new tsunami warning system for Pacific
05/17/2006 Indonesian activists to challenge decision on Suharto
05/17/2006 County OKs AM radio towers
05/16/2006 RIAA Sues XM Satellite Radio
05/16/2006 Indonesia volcano 'still dangerous'
05/16/2006 US releases images of September 11 plane crash
05/16/2006 Japan, US discuss beef ban
05/16/2006 East Timor's ruling party opens congress
05/16/2006 G.O.P. Voters to Be Target of Radio Ads by Democrats
05/16/2006 US rally demands end to attacks on Burmese minority
05/16/2006 NZ probe traces cabinet leak to PM's office
05/16/2006 Pacific nations test tsunami response
05/16/2006 Australian study reveals skilled migration benefits
05/16/2006 Australian foreign minister to visit Solomon Islands
05/16/2006 Call for probe into illegal fishing in Australia
05/16/2006 Crime threatening PNG businesses Australian police chief
05/16/2006 UN outlines quake recovery plan for Pakistan
05/16/2006 ETimor PM faces leadership challenge
05/16/2006 Indonesia considers return of Australia ambassador
05/16/2006 Australian, US leaders reaffirm ties
05/16/2006 ETimor PM faces party leadership challenge
05/16/2006 Fiji PM claims election victory
05/16/2006 Radios fisher king caught in own net
05/16/2006 Fiji's Opposition Leader retains his seat in general elections
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05/16/2006 Australian government to provide funding for indigenous housing
05/16/2006 Nineteen people killed in a bomb attack and shooting in Iraq
05/16/2006 Radios fisher king caught in a net of his own making
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05/16/2006 Afghanistan launches plan for 'generation that lost its childhood'
05/16/2006 UN chief urges resumption of NKorea nuclear talks
05/16/2006 Major quake hits Pacific near Kermadec Islands
05/16/2006 Thai courts reject proposed date for new elections
05/16/2006 Heineken kidnap tour
05/16/2006 Radioactive Water Leaks From Japanese Nuclear Plant
05/16/2006 Japan Nuke Plant Leaks Radioactive Water
05/16/2006 Radioactive water leaks in Japanese nuclear plant
05/16/2006 Vietnam to prosecute officials over textile quota scandal
05/16/2006 Bird flu found for the first time in Indonesia's Papua province
05/16/2006 Advertisers are going radio ga-ga
05/16/2006 Radioactive Water Leaks From Japan Plant
05/16/2006 Report Radioactive water leaks in Japanese nuclear plant
05/16/2006 Retiring Vietnamese PM nominates successor
05/16/2006 Indonesian president visits volcano as eruption looms
05/16/2006 Pirate warning issued for Bangladeshi port of Chittagong
05/16/2006 Australia confident of return of Indonesian ambassador
05/16/2006 Bali bomb suspect accuses police of torture
05/16/2006 Former government minister in the Solomons charged with arson
05/16/2006 Commercial banks in Solomons 'safe and profitable' Central Bank
05/16/2006 Nauru requires help to implement health strategy SPC
05/16/2006 Bougainville government urged to hold talks with Me-ekamui rebels
05/16/2006 PNG commends Australia on granting temporary visas to Papuans
05/16/2006 SKorean prosecutors indict Hyundai chairman
05/16/2006 Canada grapples with radio and new music
05/15/2006 Hong Kong braces for Typhoon Chancu
05/15/2006 Fiji vote count indicates increasing racial divide
05/15/2006 Vietnamese PM announces retirement
05/15/2006 Australia PM plans Indonesia visit
05/15/2006 Australian PM discusses ETimor with US leaders
05/15/2006 China silent as Cultural Revolution anniversary nears
05/15/2006 US to renew ties with Libya
05/15/2006 China drought threatens food, water supply
05/15/2006 Indonesian president to inspect volcano
05/15/2006 Pakistan heatwave kills at least 50
05/15/2006 Sri Lankan government, rebels accuse each other of civilian massacre
05/15/2006 World Bank says unemployment threatens Aceh peace deal
05/15/2006 Calls for Australia and PNG to finalise Enhanced Cooperation Package
05/15/2006 Indonesian man jailed for plotting act of terrorism
05/15/2006 India's Sonia Gandhi returns to parliament
05/15/2006 Former Indonesian dicator Suharto in critical condition
05/15/2006 New warnings of violence in East Timor
05/15/2006 The US to renew its ties with Libya
05/15/2006 Australia to announce mine inquiry next week
05/15/2006 PNG urges Australia to adopt guest worker scheme
05/15/2006 Protesters shot in Indonesia's Papua report
05/15/2006 Thai Election Commission proposes October for new polls
05/15/2006 Australian PM urges greater US involvement in Asia and Pacific
05/15/2006 Fiji PM retains parliamentary seat
05/15/2006 Second ETimor politician to challenge PM
05/15/2006 Indonesia volcano close to eruption
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05/15/2006 Radio host Dave Baker leaves WLAP show
05/15/2006 Talk radio gives Palestinians a voice
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05/15/2006 Fired Justice Institute Director Speaks Out on the Radio
05/15/2006 KXLY Broadcast Group retains WSU sports rights
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05/15/2006 Kenya Police Probe Phone Link in Church Radio Attack
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