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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (June 23, 2002)

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500 DIE IN IRAN QUAKE HORROR. 311
A RIGHT ROYAL WEDDING TURNOUT. 201
AKEHURST HAS LAST LAUGH. 247
ALL BLACKS LEAVE IRISH RED-FACED; NEW ZEALAND 40 IRELAND 8 O'Gara's failures are gift to Kiwis. 570
Athletics: Ladejo sets sights on a golden run. 566
BACK HOME; MIDNIGHT Heroes welcome for brave England. 417
BATTLE OF THE KNIGHTS; Tory MP's protest at Jagger honour. 577
BBC WARNING ON DIGITAL FUTURE. 270
Bears hopes get Wagh injury boost. 440
BECKER BACKS TIM'S CLAIM. 570
BELL RINGS FOR BUOYANT BEARS; Warks beat Essex in B&H Cup. 930
Birmingham City... I don't even know what colour they play in!; TARGET CISSE HAS NOT SPOKEN TO BLUES YET AND ADMITS... 1359
BIRTHDAY AGONY FOR MILLY'S PARENTS; Police say they fear missing teenager may be dead. 677
Birthday twins hope for gift of life. 197
Blair told he runs No 10 like Third Reich. 259
Blues have Palace hit-man in sights. 271
BOWLS: WARWICKS WONDERS. 94
Boxing is just a scam. 252
BRADY DERBY TONIC. 203
BRAZIL SHORT OF TWO PLAYERS. 485
Brit hurt by Spain bomb. 168
BRITAIN NEEDS MANY MORE IMMIGRANTS; Refugees would combat skill shortage: Short. 430
BURKE IN TOP FORM; AUSTRALIA 29 FRANCE 17. 216
Caersws face test. 90
Classroom cops won't work as well as the cane; Inside Track. 550
Classy Himley put rivals on the back foot. 552
Colly quit Spain because they paid him in pesetas; CLUB REVEALS AMAZING REASON SOCCER STAR LEFT. 601
COMPENSATION AID FOR VICTIMS. 183
Coventry will return. 129
CRICKET: Bray blitz as Knowle win at last; ASTON UNITY v KNOWLE & DOR. 367
CRICKET: MOSELEY... IN NICK OF TIME; WOLVERHAMPTON v MOSELEY. 232
DEALERS DEMAND PAYOUT IN ROVER SPARES CRISIS. 457
DEAR DI: SHE'S THE ANSWER TO ALL YOUR PROBLEMS. 1181
Dwain turns up heat to reclaim title. 351
EVIL SECRET OF PUB'S JOKER; His mates called him Mr Nice Guy, but for years Brian Field hid the truth...he was a child sex killer. 585
EXPECTATIONS DON'T WORRY ME - SACHIN; ROGER SKIDMORE looks forward to the forthcoming one-day series and Test matches against India with a profile of their most dangerous batsman. 1020
FBI RAID HOME OF MIDLAND TERROR SUSPECT; Computer and floppy discs taken away. 490
FOLK GROUP'S PRIVATE SHOW FOR THE QUEEN. 126
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: 'Fringe' stars who lifted Sven; THE NEARLY-MEN WHO CAME OF AGE IN JAPAN MARK BRADLEY looks at some of the previously unheralded players who came in for injury-hit England and have shone during their march to the World Cup quarter-finals. 904
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: ALPAY IS TURKISH DELIGHT FOR VILLA; Defender turns it on for Taylor SENEGAL 0 TURKEY 1 (extra-time, Turkey win with golden goal). 811
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: BALLACK: WE'VE EARNED PLACE IN SEMI-FINAL. 291
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: Becks: I'm so proud of what we achieved. 483
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: Bosses attack ruling. 262
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: COMING HOME; Villa star leaves World Cup with words of hope from Sven and a message for his Mum in Brum. 975
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: Dyer: It's nice to know I'm wanted. 345
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: EMILE: FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT. 239
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: England didn't deserve to beat Brazil; Mercury Sport columnist GARY NEWBON gives his view on England's World Cup adventure from inside Sven Goran Eriksson's Awaji Island camp. 410
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: FIFA PRAISE FOR FANS. 212
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: FURY AS KOREANS SPOT BIG CHANCE; Spain go out after referee rejects 'goal' SPAIN 0 SOUTH KOREA 0 (aet, South Korea won 5-3 on penalties). 1028
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: Graham Hill's World Cup Diary: England learn that mother knows best. 820
Football World Cup 2002: GRIP: I'M BACKING VASSELL EXCLUSIVE; No.2 says Darius can still be England star. 304
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: HE'S STILL THE BEST WE HAVE; Eriksson's tribute to distraught Seaman. 971
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: HIDDINK WORKS MIRACLE; By CHRIS. 692
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: MARTYN SPEECHLESS ON BLUNDER. 331
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: RONALDO IN DOUBT FOR SEMI. 496
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: Southgate tells Darius 'Be patient'. 603
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: WE EARNED OUR PLACE - GUNES. 199
FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2002: WE'LL BE BACK VOW. 332
Football: Cisse Blues deal anger. 216
GEORGE TYNDALE'S COLUMN: HOW CAN THUGS DESERVE CASH? 121
GEORGE TYNDALE'S COLUMN: Legal system is guilty of total ineffectiveness. 423
GEORGE TYNDALE'S COLUMN: NO DIGNITY FOR DAMIAN. 173
GEORGE TYNDALE'S COLUMN: SACK IS WAY TO CURE ERRORS. 274
GILFORD'S GILT-EDGE SURGE. 417
GIVE A CHILD HEALTH FUND. 435
HATS OFF AS KEVIN PULLS A FAST ONE; But Johannesburg is near end of the road By ROGER. 1176
HEWITT ON MISSION TO END AUSSIE DROUGHT; We conclude our Wimbledon countdown with a look at the chances of the men's top seed. 852
HUGHES IN CASH TRAP; Albion move would cost Lee pounds 1m. 392
Irish eyes smile again. 309
ISRAEL SAYS SORRY FOR KILLING CHILDREN. 139
ITALIAN TRUCKERS' GO SLOW PROTEST. 113
JONAS OUT TO UPSET HEWITT; Bjorkman lifts second crown. 600
Judo: SIOBHAN SHOWS FIGHTING SPIRIT. 507
KNOCKOUT!; Lennox stuns regulars at Brum pub when he keeps a promise and pops in for a drink. 427
LAST BOMBER CREW REUNITED. 137
Lennox did it for the money. 164
Letter: Bleak future. 93
Letter: Britain's down the plughole. 258
Letter: Chief choice. 174
Letter: Crash course. 178
Letter: Driven mad. 125
Letter: Drunken yobs go too far. 173
Letter: Sams blunder. 84
Letter: School sadists. 139
Letter: Sick crimes. 87
Letter: Tax strike. 109
LIVING: BOOK ENDS - THRILLED BY CRAZY LIFE ON THE EDGE. 435
LIVING: BOOKS - Remember the heroes of Alamein. 625
LIVING: BOOKS - RIDDLE OF PAST IN ERA OF CHANGE. 305
Living: BUY IT OR BIN IT... 262
LIVING: CD REVIEWS - PLANT IS BACK AT HIS BEST. 805
Living: Check-mate; How this teenager was spotted out shopping and became the new face of Burberry. 840
Living: Clare McVey's column - Bottom line is that posh people have no manners. 525
Living: DOCTOR DAVID - Must I avoid drink for so long? 349
LIVING: ENTERTAINMENT - BACK TO THE FUTURE FOR PINK FLOYD GREAT. 394
LIVING: ENTERTAINMENT - MORE ACTS SIGN UP FOR SONGWRITER FESTIVAL. 318
LIVING: ENTERTAINMENT - THE MUM WHO BEAT UP ARNIE. 668
Living: Fashion - INTO THE FUTURE; Students step out as designers of tomorrow. 178
LIVING: FILMS - LOVE BITES IN THE BIG APPLE; Witty romance offers fresh twist. 827
LIVING: GAME REVIEWS - HOOKED ON TOTALLY INTERACTIVE MISSION. 256
Living: Health - How to relax ...before you take a break. 906
Living: I'M CALLED THAT. 273
Living: In the Garden - OLD FAVOURITE REBORN. 83
Living: In the Garden - Show reveals new fashions. 446
Living: In the Garden - TIPS FOR THE WEEK AHEAD. 243
LIVING: MUSIC - MOD STARS STILL ON THE MARCH. 213
Living: Real Lives - I raced to hospital to have triplets but was told: It's full! 455
LIVING: THEATRE - A GEM FOR THE YOUNG AT HEART. 251
LIVING: Travel - A bike, sex and kissing guide to the delights of Holland. 1179
LIVING: TRAVEL - CRAB HEAVEN GIVES AWAY ITS SECRETS. 328
LIVING: Travel - Having a whale of a time on our bikes. 511
LIVING: Travel - Just turn up the heat to cool your fridge down. 536
LIVING: TRAVEL - SUMMER SAVINGS. 97
LIVING: VIDEO - ALI TALE PACKS A REAL PUNCH. 328
Living: YOUR BIG CHANCE OF STARDOM. 385
Marc has taste for more glory. 302
MASSIVE HUNT FOR MISSING TOURIST. 188
MOBILE HOMES SCANDAL; Rogue site owners are exploiting the elderly. 470
Morris minor and her favourite teacher; EDUCATION SECRETARY'S TRIBUTE TO SCHOOL INSPIRATION; A year after Midland MP Estelle Morris became Secretary of State for Education, CAROLINE WHEELER looks back at her schooldays - and the woman who shaped her career. 575
Motor Racing: Coulthard hopes for smash on new track. 2012
MOTORS: German efficiency but oh so boring... 555
MPS DEMAND FAIR DEAL CODE FROM PUBLIC SERVANTS. 153
Nail-biter for toe wrestlers. 290
Nehra is the star for India; SUSSEX v INDIA. 1330
NO REAL LIFE ON MINIMUM WAGE. 141
Oasis go to war with the Army. 163
Olton's hidden gem is reborn. 329
PEACEFUL END TO STONEHENGE CELEBRATIONS. 117
Pech's treble keeps Bournville on top. 263
PJ PROBY OWES ME pounds 1,700; Axed fan club boss's claim. 586
PJ PROBY OWES ME pounds 1700: FAN CLUB BOSS. 582
pounds 30 MILLION SCANDAL OF UNTOUCHED FLOODS AID CASH. 566
pounds 30m floods cash goes begging. 549
QUAD-BIKE SPEED RECORD FOR DEAF AND BLIND DAREDEVIL. 322
RACE BLOW FOR TRACY. 278
Rchard Williamson's column: FOOTBALL CRAZY. 113
Rchard Williamson's column: SWEET N'SOUR LOSERS. 160
Rchard Williamson's column: We can't afford to stay alive; Changes to pensions could lead to a crisis condemning millions to decades of misery. 890
Red-hot Anna is all white for Wimbledon. 189
RELEASE HOPE FOR JAILED BACKPACKER. 204
ROCK AND RULE; Even Gibraltar's government wants to be part of Midlands. 912
ROOKIES ON FIRE TO HIT ARGENTINA; ARGENTINA 18 ENGLAND 26 Heroic displays seal historic win. 547
RUBIN READY TO END NIGHTMARE. 624
Seaman was a broken man - Sven. 85
Sexy Jakki makes Red Cross see red. 165
SISTER ACT ROLLS ON. 526
SISTERS ROCKED BY COURT BLOW OVER MUM'S WILL; Vital medical expert banned from giving evidence. 579
Speedway Scene: CRASH ENDS DAN'S YEAR. 317
SPEEDWAY: Jonsson gets final boost. 215
Stop the drivel. 123
Sunday Mercury Comment: Time to tap flood fund. 123
Sunday Mercury Comment: We will Rock you. 218
Sunday Roast: Good Gord... Dave's not patch on Banks. 393
Sunday Roast: HENMAN SOWS SEEDS OF WOE. 184
Sunday Roast: HOW CAN BAGGIES WANT KEV? 169
Sunday Roast: TURKEY OF THE WEEK. 174
Superbikes: Champ John is ready to Rock again. 523
Superbikes: Reynolds powers to pole. 294
Swimming: THE AUSSIES ARE COMING; 'Thorpedo' and Co plan clean sweep. 877
Tendulkar earns win in fine style; SUSSEX v INDIA. 632
The most dangerous road in the world; FREED MERCURY REPORTER RELIVES HIS JOURNEY THROUGH THE TRIBAL REGION DUBBED THE 'NEW AFGHANISTAN' Sunday Mercury Investigations Editor AMARDEEP BASSEY is once more a free man after spending 28 days locked up in Pakistan jails where he was suspected of being a spy. Today he tells of his journey across bandit country immediately before his arrest. 1614
There is nothing to fear now - Walker; FOREST SHOWING GIVES SAM A BOOST. 454
Time for a change as 007 gets new watch. 176
Titanic hero 'buried'. 96
TOUGH LINE ON PERVERT PRIESTS. 257
Triple killer Smith to be quizzed on 40 murders. 516
US back on alert after new threat. 147
VICTORY IN CHILD SEX KILLER CASE; Parents win right to be heard on paedophile's release. 459
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Search for old friends. 470
Wrestling: Scots lead medal charge. 331
YOUNG GUNS FIRE BEARS TO GLORY; Ian and Jim keep cool to earn victory. 931

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