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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 15, 2003)

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'Top al Qaida' man arrested. 87
40s concert with wings on. 90
Anna to map out history of city; DISINTEGRATING RECORDS BEING CONVERTED INTO COMPUTER-ACCESSIBLE DIAGRAMS. 359
Appeal to witness. 124
ARSONISTS HIT FARM AGAIN; Firebugs cause more than pounds 100,000 damage. 235
Artist sits in at own show. 200
Artist sits in to discuss his controversial works. 198
Best friends - again; FORMER COVENTRY SCHOOLGIRL IS REUNITED WITH CLASSMATES AFTER 50 YEARS. 337
Birthday festival is in a field of its own. 147
Blackout panic hits New York; Havoc wreaked by the biggest power cut in history. 784
BLACKOUT PANIC HITS NEW YORK; Millions caught up in fear of terror attack. 594
BLACKOUT PANIC HITS NEW YORK; MILLIONS CAUGHT UP IN FEAR OF TERROR ATTACK; PANIC AS BLACKOUT STRIKES - LEAVING MANY THOUSANDS STUCK IN LIFTS AND TRAINS. 577
Bogus official steals pounds 200. 179
Bond is marked by a band. 140
BOWLS: Blues are hitting the right note. 300
BOWLS: Teen duo's merit quest. 105
Bring a bag for free hay. 80
Canon robbed in desert gun terror; $3,000 TAKEN FROM CATHEDRAL DIRECTOR IN BAGHDAD ATTACK. 384
Cash fight for post offices. 123
Chance to put the family firm through the mincer. 146
Chapel fills final space. 146
Cher delight at stars night. 371
Club gets in a flap over stolen signs. 88
Cocaine smuggling women sent to jail; UNEMPLOYED PAIR TRIED TO TAKE DRUG STASH THROUGH RAIL TERMINAL. 246
Cope's men looking to stretch run. 95
Council's too macho for me, says Heather; Sacked cabinet member tells why she intends to quit. 373
COVENTRY AND MYTON HOSPICE APPEAL: Looking ahead to fundraising events. 414
CRICKET: BIRMINGHAM & DISTRICT LEAGUE: C&NW still looking to secure status. 133
CRICKET: Doubters silenced by Nasser century. 543
CRICKET: England lose early wickets. 105
CRICKET: Foxes fight back. 379
CRICKET: GRASS ROOTS. 136
Day saved for black pudding champs. 90
Daytrippers quit concrete city; HEATWAVE ROUND-UP. 1238
Do you recall the man on this bike? 181
Dozens reach for their stars; CONTEST ORGANISERS OVERWHELMED AT RESPONSE. 344
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: A FREE DRIVING LESSON; OFFER. 209
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: AMAZERATI; MASERATI QUATTROPORTE. 207
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: EURO STYLE; DAEWOO LACETTI. 315
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Fanatical about Ferrari. 111
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: IT'S FAB VALUE; SKODA FABIA. 408
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: MINI is king of the castles. 101
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: MOTORCYCLING: Honda launches new alarm. 134
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: MOTORCYCLING: Motorbike test changes look set to be delayed. 146
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: ROVERWHELMED. 548
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: STEP ON THE GAS; FORD: LPG VERSION OF THE FOCUS. 258
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: TECHNO TRAVEL. 672
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: THE CALL MINDERS; THE WEEK'S DEVELOPMENTS. 511
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: TOLEDO TREAT. 487
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Truck sales reach new heights. 147
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Youngsters' street safety earns them special prize for schools. 114
Ducati opens a new dealership; Move reflects demand for performance bikes. 276
Economy drivers. 183
Everyday stories of road conflict. 265
Experts insist it couldn't happen here. 177
Family is just plane lucky in our contest. 172
Fists fly and beer spills on city bus. 87
Five-year plan for sport and leisure; Council says it has taken on board views of all concerned. 236
FLIERS GROUNDED OVER PLANE NOISE. 360
FOOTBALL: BORO BLAST OFF!; Lewer's men optimistic as bid for promotion begins. 366
FOOTBALL: Delaney out to make mark. 128
FOOTBALL: Dunn rejects drop battle. 105
FOOTBALL: FOOTBALL BETTING: Get on Blues to bother Hoddle. 402
FOOTBALL: Ginnelly pledges to entertain fans. 300
FOOTBALL: Hayward will spend. 104
FOOTBALL: Keane raves about new boy Ronaldo. 159
FOOTBALL: Koumas the key: Megson. 101
FOOTBALL: Lampard: Chelsea can win it. 235
FOOTBALL: MERSON MISSION; McAllister aims to stop Walsall's most potent threat. 484
FOOTBALL: Richardson 'fits bill' to lead Greenbacks. 310
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES BIG MATCH PREVIEW: Shearer is ready for his big test; SKY BLUES v WALSALL, DIVISION ONE, HIGHFIELD ROAD 3pm TOMORROW. 1334
FOOTBALL: Sky Blues set for Staunton swoop. 83
FOOTBALL: Smith Villa link denial. 156
FOOTBALL: UP FOR GRABS. 160
FOOTBALL: We plan to be back says Racing boss. 361
Girl, 5, is blaze hero. 123
GO: ART: BRUSH STROKES. 234
GO: ART: Countryside views. 111
GO: ART: PRIZEWINNER GOES SOLO. 275
GO: CINEMA: THE WIZARDS OF OZ. 743
GO: CINEMA: We've just about had our fill of this half-baked pie. 324
GO: CLASSICAL: HALF-CENTURY CELEBRATIONS. 654
GO: COUNTRY: Dynamic Dominic's taste of the Emerald Isle. 192
GO: FOLK: Isambarde steaming back to Brinklow after festival hit. 326
GO: JAZZ: FESTIVAL BEGINS ON A HIGH NOTE. 247
GO: JAZZ: MILLER'S SPIRIT LIVES ON AT FESTIVAL FESTIVAL. 137
GO: JAZZ: Sampling a picnic of jazz with the Teddy Bears; REVIEW. 128
GO: ROCK: A REBEL REVEL REVELATION. 778
GO: ROCK: Tragic Eva's emotive vocals soar once more. 141
GO: THE LIMIT: BIG NAMES SPARK THE MUSIC SCENE TO LIFE. 906
GO: THEATRE: GET ON YOUR SKATES TO SEE THE RINK. 575
GO: THEATRE: STAGE WHISPERS. 272
GO: VIDEO: Farrell's mission misses the mark. 315
GOLF: Monty in another row with snapper. 145
Half man, half bunny. 112
Healthy alternatives on show. 152
Historic motors to fill town square. 156
How Zin beat the language hurdle; SOME OF THE SUCCESS STORIES BEHIND THE A-LEVEL SUCCESSES REPORTED THIS WEEK. 962
ICE HOCKEY: Faces from past at Skydome. 347
IN THE COURTS: Teenager locked up after stealing razors. 901
Injury fails to halt top A-level student. 151
Joy as school beats A-level record. 276
Key to why patients forget to take drugs. 218
Knock in the night may be the windows police; OFFICERS ON PATROL TOLD TO WAKE UP PEOPLE TO PUT THE LATCH ON. 252
LETTERS: your views. 1472
Look who's coming back to Corrie. 194
Ma-in-law visits Best. 95
Making waves with music. 111
Martin's amazing feat of strength; CHAMPION POWERS TO TITLE, LIFTING NEARLY FOUR TIMES HIS WEIGHT. 308
Mum stands by son who denies murders; MOTHER OF ACCUSED BUSINESSMAN FEARS HE MAY NOT GET A FAIR TRIAL ABROAD. 450
Newton defies poll gravity. 83
Noah stays with ER. 121
Not with a bang but a wimple. 125
Oh yes it is... panto time's on its way. 86
On two wheels: Cycle ride to Hatton Country World. 419
Owls take little and large roles; SHAKESPEARE-LINKED FALCONRY CENTRE WELCOMES A NEW STAR. 255
Painkillers linked to miscarriage says report. 301
Pay delays hit traders. 192
Phone mast would look like flag pole; NEIGHBOURS OBJECT TO PROPOSAL. 291
Plastic figures fetch pounds 10,000. 193
Police ask for more time to quiz pair. 155
Police call for help. 86
POLLUTION WATCH. 157
Pub rallies round for baby Shea. 174
RACING: Cassis warming up for US debut. 186
RACING: Zafeen bought by Godolphin. 454
Revealed at last - Jag's new sporty estate car. 279
RUGBY UNION: Golfers invited to join Cov's 'champion day'. 176
RUGBY UNION: Mounier could be on the way. 578
Safety code to stop the thieves. 165
Sally Army history unfolds in pictures. 270
Sayle 'sorry' for remarks about football tragedy. 148
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 98
Shooting victim. 134
Shooting: two charged. 104
Simon turns into a golden idol. 251
Special needs pupils share the success. 312
SPEEDWAY: Bees pay for bad spell at Witches; SHOCK DEFEAT LEAVES COVENTRY SWEATING ON PLAY-OFF PLACE. 622
St Cross hospital wins second green light rating. 215
STAFF FACE SACK OVER NET ABUSE; Prosecution threat at town hall. 334
Stolen drugs danger. 95
Summer scams warning issued by trading standards officers. 253
Sunny blooms head up to the sky; HUGE SUNFLOWERS DELIGHT CITY GROWERS AND THEIR FAMILIES. 356
Sunshine fun in the countryside. 228
SWIMMING: Joy for Genner, misery for Adam. 380
Thieves kidnap woman. 85
Thousands to drive miles to Stoneleigh. 144
Trade mission off to Namibia and Angola. 83
Twins 'are less likely to take their own lives'. 121
Two injured in Ferrari theft bid; COSH-WIELDING GANG STRIKE AT BUSY CITY RETAIL PARK. 250
Unfond memories of Welsh. 183
US group in town. 109
Villagers start talks over stadium plans. 306
Volunteers can work abroad to 75. 114
Warning over chain letter. 120
Well done to all the bloomin' marvels!; JUDGES TELL OF AMAZEMENT AT QUALITY OF ENTRIES FROM WORLD OF BUSINESS. 449
Wheelchair lift would change our lives; FAMILY LAUNCHES pounds 12,000 APPEAL SO MARCUS, NINE, CAN GET OUT AND ABOUT. 362
Winners toast their amazing run of luck; TWO POKER PLAYERS EACH SCOOP MORE THAN pounds 22,000 AT CASINO. 318
Woman thwarts theft attempt. 110
Work begins on town playing fields. 134

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