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  1. New Top 20 Rankings as of July 2006 Rank Team Points -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Top 20 Rankings as of July 2006 Rank Team Points 1 Brazil 1630 2 Italy 1550 3 Argentina 1472-----------------------------> My team! 4 France 1462 5 England 1434 6 Netherlands 1322 7 Spain 1309 8 Portugal 1301 9 Germany 1229 10 Czech Republic 1223 11 Nigeria 1149 12 Cameroon 1109 13 Switzerland 1028 14 Uruguay 985 15 Ukraine 961 16 USA 933 17 Denmark 927 18 Mexico 924 19 Paraguay 915 20 Côte d’Ivoire 909
  2. Russian Farmer Asks Putin’s Permission to Marry Cow http://www.mosnews.com/news/2006/07/10/marrycow.shtml Russian Farmer Asks Putin’s Permission to Marry Cow Created: 10.07.2006 16:37 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 17:05 MSK, 2 hours 35 minutes ago MosNews A young Russian farmer from the small village in Kemerovo region (South Siberia) has asked President Vladimir Putin to allow him to marry a cow, the Komsomolskaya Pravda daily reported Monday. “All girls have left our small village and moved to the city, so I cannot find a woman to be with. But I see the solution to the problem. I love animals very much and want to ask you when it will be allowed in Russia, as it is in Holland, to marry domestic animals?” his question to Putin reads. The farmer’s question was one of the 160, 000 questions Russians asked Putin during the Thursday web cast.
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  4. Israel 'Displeased' as UN Suggests WMD-Free Middle East The Israeli drama By Yossi Melman At the last moment, and to the surprise and displeasure of the Israeli delegation to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Article 13 was added to the resolution on Iran. It states that "... a solution to the Iranian issue would contribute to global nonproliferation efforts and to realizing the objective of a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction, including their means of delivery." The original wording of the article, which was proposed by Egypt, was considerably harsher and was only toned down after marathon night sessions on the level of foreign ministers. The drama over this article, which everyone knows is aimed above all at Israel, began Friday afternoon and led to a postponement of deliberations until yesterday. For years, Egyptian representatives have tried to introduce resolutions calling for the creation of a nuclear-weapons-free zone in the Middle East at almost every international forum, particularly the IAEA. IAEA head Mohamed ElBaradei, who envisions a world free of nuclear weapons, also welcomed the final version. Until now, such resolutions have only been accepted by the annual meeting of the IAEA's General Conference and not by its board of governors, due to firm opposition from the United States. This time, American opposition was weakened by support for the resolution from France, Germany and Britain. A member of the American delegation to the IAEA told Haaretz that the Europeans were leaning toward the Egyptian version, partly in an effort to appease the Muslim and Arab world in the wake of the riots incited in recent days by the caricature of Mohammed published in a Danish newspaper. On Friday night, the draft was submitted to U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who rejected it. Later, the softer version that was eventually adopted was introduced. It spoke about a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction, rather than referring specifically to nuclear weapons. The American noted that the final version could be interpreted as including not only Israel but also states such as Syria that have chemical and perhaps also biological weapons. In any event, even the softer version provoked complaints from the Israeli delegation. Israel is a member of the IAEA, but not the board of governors, although its representatives have observer status on that body. Toward the end of the discussion, Israel's delegate, Israel Michaeli, said he opposed the article because the issue of Iran should not be connected to other regional issues. In any event, he said, everyone supports regions that are free of weapons of mass destruction, but it would be unacceptable and irresponsible to accept such a resolution at this stage. Michaeli asked that his statements at the meeting, which was held in camera, not be made public because of Israel's wish to maintain a low profile at the IAEA.
  5. Warning From Caves of Pakistan WARNING!!!" Forwarded by TS of NC - ***** This morning from a cave in North central Pakistan near Pastungettih, the Taliban Minister of Migration, Mohammed Sharref Omar, warned the United States that if military action against Iraq continues, Taliban authorities will cut off America's supply of convenience store managers. If this action does not yield sufficient results, cab drivers will be next, to be followed by motel owners.
  6. A Dane apologises to Muslims Sorry. Sorry for giving you a home and assistance. Sorry for giving you an education, free of charge. Sorry for helping you economically. Sorry for letting you exercise your religion freely in our Christian country. Sorry for sending foreign aid to your home countries. Sorry for not starting blood feuds over your murders of our countrymen. Sorry for not wearing explosive belts and blowing ourselves up in public when our feelings are hurt. Sorry for not following the requirements of your religion. But an apology for speaking up in our own nation according to our own laws? That, you’ll never have. - A letter to the editor, printed in the Ekstrabladet newspaper
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