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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (July 4, 2004)

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'Israelis in Iraq abuse'. 90
'LOCKED UP' TO PROTECT HIS SCHOOL FRIENDS; And mum still pays pounds 6,500 in fees. 991
ABORTED BABY IS ALIVE TODAY; Child survived botched op in Midlands. 536
ANGER OVER TV SWITCH-OFF ADVERT. 210
Athletics: I have got nothing to prove - Caines. 516
Athletics: LADEJO: I CAN DU IT. 692
ATHLETICS: Waiting game no worry for Mark. 428
BAN AIR TRAVEL SAY WORRIED SCIENTISTS. 103
BINGO AND FOOTBALL FOR ROSIE GOLD'S 90th BIRTHDAY. 210
Blair faces union fury. 148
Boxing: Venetian blinder gives Halder lift. 719
Boyden Bunch: Big H. 193
Boyden Bunch: Doris Wilton. 88
Boyden Bunch: How the Baggies got their Boing; THE WEIRD AND WACKY WORLD OF MALCOLM BOYDEN. 858
Boyden Bunch: Sela. 101
BRUM'S WATER SOLD AS A MIRACLE CURE; Bizarre tablet remedy on tap. 902
CAROL'S SILENCE NOT SO GOLDEN. 183
CHARITY BOSS PAID pounds 100,000 OF Y0UR MONEY; And her agency hardly helped anyone. 117
Cricket: BELL: WE HAVE TON OF TALENT; Ian sees golden future for Warwickshire starlets. 886
Cricket: Ben backs discarded Gareth to spin back. 730
Cricket: HAMISH GUNNING FOR THE ENGLISH; Marshall leads Kiwis to victory over Windies. 1066
Cricket: TIM IS BATS ABOUT BEARS. 412
Cricket: TIM IS BATS ABOUT BEARS. 543
Cricket: Vaughan: We must learn to defend a total. 313
Cricket: Vaughan: We must learn to defend a total. 682
Cricket: Wagg holds up Himley; B'HAM LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 248
Cycling: Fabian leaves Lance second. 378
Cycling: Millar fuels drugs battle. 153
DISABILITY POLICIES ARE UNFIT FOR WORK. 343
FANS ANGER OVER SHIRTS. 181
Flight from a bloody shambles. 409
FLY TO INDIA FOR CHEAP OPS; Cut-price treatment offered to Brummies. 1020
Football: CAMARA IN BRUCE VIEW; Blues boss eyes Wolves rebel Henri. 318
Football: Cheyrou is set for Marseille. 116
Football: CRYING GAME! ....but Vassell and Mellberg will stay strong says Dublin. 659
Football: Euro 2004: BIG PHIL PLOTTING A GREEK TRAGEDY. 810
Football: Euro 2004: Hosts firm favourites for final; EURO 2004 betting column - brought to you in association with totesport. 399
Football: Euro 2004: Portugal v Greece: the key match-ups. 276
Football: Euro hits can raise Villa bar - Olof. 360
Football: Hughes: When Izzet and Gray signed I knew I had to move. 798
FOOTBALL: Intertoto shocks. 85
Football: Kenyon hails pounds 5m Kezman. 386
Football: Mills top of hit list. 172
Football: MOYES IN NEW SAVAGE BID. 231
Football: No regrets - Bennett. 175
Football: Queiroz urges Beckham to be like Figo. 194
Football: UEFA PROPOSE IMPORTS LIMIT. 349
Football: Villa fans ready to take on world. 853
Football: WALK-ON PART; Matchday back seat for Saddlers' new No.2. 512
Football: Wolves boss Jones to answer ref charge. 483
GARAGE HALTS TRADING AFTER pounds 1 /2m LAWSUIT; Russian tycoon claims dream car was wrecked. 461
GIRL RAPED AS COPS FEAR LINK TO MOBS. 550
Golf: GOOSEN IN LATE RALLY; Retief leads after 'rubbish' round. 724
Golf: Sleepless Sam waits to live dream. 646
Holidays: Hit it like Henman; If weather permits, we'll all be glued to the men's final at Wimbledon today. GILLIAN THOMAS got into practice for the tennis season at one of Europe's top sports resorts. 784
Holidays: The Thai life. 980
How can she stand by killer conman? ANGER AT 'ARROGANT' WIFE OF EVIL CRITTENDEN. 550
Jackson's court secret. 81
Jobs on Sunday: Just don't ask a silly question. 488
Jobs on Sunday: The milky way; GETTING INTO: DAIRY INDUSTRY. 537
JOY OF TEXT FOR OUR WINNER. 114
Kiss & tell: BRITNEY CHEERS. 96
Kiss & tell: Nadine's ginger hair nightmare. 153
Kiss & tell: PARK LIFE FOR LIONEL. 93
Last year charity got pounds 470,000... but spent pounds 22,000 on helping the poor. 859
Letter: Bad sports at the golf. 116
Letter: BASRA APPEAL. 108
Letter: Bring back old regime. 108
Letter: Democracy has gone. 111
Letter: GIVE A CHILD HEALTH. 194
Letter: I laugh about my funeral. 209
Letter: IN BRIEF. 325
Letter: Minorities taking over. 108
Letter: ON THIS DAY... 125
Letter: Tackle the neglect. 90
Letter: The drugs don't work. 108
Letter: WHERE ARE THEY NOW. 197
LOVE IN STORE FOR POP PIN-UP; Big Brovaz rapper falls for Brummie shop assistant. 784
MAN DIES AFTER BEING CHASED BY POLICE. 96
MAN FOUND HANGED AT HOSPITAL. 122
Marine is beheaded. 104
MAX WOW. 85
Moon hides its secrets. 92
Motor Max: A punchy lightweight. 411
Motor racing: I am not a hero says hot Schu. 240
Motor racing: JENSON BUTTON FACTFILE. 401
Motor racing: NIGE ONE JENSON! Button revs up to take over ex-champ Mansell's mantle BRITISH GRAND PRIX PREVIEW. 621
Motor racing: Tyre-d Schu trails in Alonso's wake. 797
MUSLIM UNDIES SHOP ATTACKED. 466
New centre for crime victims. 85
OUR ASYLUM SEEKERS HAVE DISAPPEARED; Charity's fears as refugees go into hiding. 437
PARENTHOOD NEEDS SACRIFICES. 246
Pervert freed by court. 86
Racing: Bend refuses to take defeat. 374
Racing: Collar's set for maiden victory. 345
Racing: Western hope. 169
Rewards for top schools. 129
RISE OF VICIOUS TEENAGE GANGS. 569
Robbie Savage: Bruce IS THE REAL DEAL; Sky's the limit for Blues with Steve at the helm. Interview 623
Robbie Savage: The best game. 119
Robbie Savage: WAYNE Rooney. 192
Rowers face giant icebergs. 100
RUGBY League: HOT EURO DEBUT FOR WARRIORS. 644
RUGBY League: Lenny's record target. 233
Saucy Brummies whip up sales. 192
SCANDAL OF BIRDS BRED FOR DEATH. 562
SPEEDWAY: MAX: I WANT A GP PLACE. 388
Sunday Mercury Comment: A healthy takeaway. 143
Sunday Mercury Comment: Be open over cash. 193
Teen's plan to end road races. 105
Tennis: Wimbledon 2004: FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE! 132
Tennis: Wimbledon 2004: QUEEN MARIA'S SECRET WEAPON; But new champ keeps mum after glory win. 918
Tennis: Wimbledon 2004: Roddick is ready to party. 677
Tennis: Wimbledon 2004: Sharapova loses out on line call. 276
The Box: Close up: Be a sport. 646
The Box: Film Box. 322
The Box: Future's Rosy for Sarah; Rose And Maloney ITV1, 9pm, Monday and Tuesday. 388
The Box: Gangsters, guns and girls; The Long Firm ITV1, 9pm, Wednesday. 666
The Box: Shadow over Monty's role. 833
The Box: Soap BOX. 293
The Box: Soap Box. 281
The Box: Wave goodbye to Little Mo; Making Waves ITV1, 9pm, Wednesday. 674
THE GHOST WRITER; He haunts the internet and tells about his murder near a Midland canal. 865
The Mag Food: Eating In - CAESAR SALAD; Each week we bring you a cut-out-and-keep recipe from top Birmingham chef KEVIN ASHTON, who has cooked for American presidents and Hollywood movie stars. 466
The Mag Food: Eating In - Excellent fare for ladies to purr over; GALLERY RESTAURANT, Selfridges, Birmingham. 380
The Mag Food: Eating Out - Fresh slant on quality; THE OLD HOUSE AT HOME, Blakedown. 205
The Mag Food: Eating Out - SUPER SALADS; It's the ultimate fast food but it's often overlooked in this country. Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN asks Sunday Mercury chef KEVIN ASHTON how to make a salad sparkle. 1029
The Mag Movies: A WHEEL THRILLER; HIGHWAYMEN (18). 189
The Mag Movies: CLONE ACT IS A BIG LAUGH; GODSEND (15). 274
The Mag Movies: MINDLESS DELIGHTS; CLUB DREAD (15). 197
The Mag Movies: Shrek spectacular; SHREK 2 (U). 370
The Mag Movies: THE GRUDGE (15). 157
The Mag Movies: View from the sofa; What's new to rent this week. 526
The Mag: ASK ANNA: 'FRIENDS' DRIVE ME CRAZY. 248
The Mag: ASK ANNA: IS MUM RIGHT ABOUT DRINK DANGERS? 203
The Mag: ASK ANNA: PHOTO CASEBOOK Why won't she eat a breakfast? 293
The Mag: ASK ANNA: WHERE CAN I MEET A NICE WIDOWER? 385
The Mag: ASK ANNA: Work makes me too tired for sex; ASK ANNA SHE'S THE ANSWER TO ALL YOUR PROBLEMS. 308
The Mag: Books: A perfect journey in the city; RIDIN' THE No 8, Birmingham Rep. 233
The Mag: Books: Highlights of a life of passions; Right From The Beginning (Politicos, pounds 8.99) ANN WIDDECOMBE. 882
The Mag: Books: King Lear is a right royal show; KING LEAR, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. 154
The Mag: BUY IT BIN IT SUMMER GLOW. 234
The Mag: Dr FORSTER: Will op hurt or affect my love life? Dr George Forster answers your questions. 519
The Mag: GARDENS: Call for cooling drinks. 652
The Mag: Homes: 6FOR VIEWING; WIDE OPEN SPACES. 483
The Mag: Homes: Test drive 21st century home. 354
The Mag: How to survive HAY-FEVER; Summer lifts our spirits but it also signals the start of hay fever season. JESSICA SHEPHERD looks at unconventional ways to stay splutter and snivel-free. 1158
The Mag: Play: BEV BEVAN'S RETRO ROCK. 235
The Mag: Play: CD REVIEWS; PICK OF THE WEEK. 272
The Mag: Play: WIN tickets to secret Ash gig. 268
The Mag: REAL LIFE: Reunited 25 years after being forced apart; When Marie Baker, 43, became pregnant at the age of 16, her strict Catholic parents told her never to see sweetheart Gary again.Despite both living in Burton-on-Trent in Staffordshire, the pair never spoke properly again for 25 years.But when Marie's husband Malcolm died unexpectedly and postman Gary split up with his wife, the two got back in touch. 1087
The Mag: STYLE GURU. 519
The Mag: The DIET COACH; Diet coach JUDY CITRON answers all your dieting questions to help you get into shape. 502
The Mag: They've been married for ten years... but Carl has never seen his wife; Looks are critical when searching for the perfect partner. So what attracts you to a lover you know you'll never see at all? JESSICA SHEPHERD speaks to a Midland man who has never seen - or even been able to touch - his wife. 1097
The real reason we're a nation of losers; Were you looking forward to sitting in front of the telly today, watching Tim Henman lift the Wimbledon crown, then David Beckham's England taking the Euro 2004 trophy? LORNE JACKSON wonders what went wrong. 1159
TRIUMPH ROCKET III. 423
Was family killing suspect murdered? POLICE PROBE JAIL HANGING. 160
WE'RE BUSY; What police told gran while thieves drove off with her car. 483
Widow, 81 battered by burglars. 233
WIN TICKETS FOR BRUM'S SUPER FIREWORKS FANTASIA Are YOU one of our faces at the Lord Mayor's Show? 296

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