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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 18, 1998)

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'A despair deeper than normal human grief' The Prime Minister, Mr Tony Blair, witnessed the carnage in the casualty wards after the deadly blast at Omagh. He pledges that the desire for peace is too strong to be defeated by the terrorists. Blair, Tony 703
A record result but Severfield feels heat. 304
Accountants and lawyers fail to meet 'moral duty'. Butler, Jo 535
Actions speak louder than words; Too many concessions have been made to the men of violence, says Dennis Ellam. Now is the time for decisive action. Ellam, Dennis 1048
Albion style suits De Freitas. 459
All sides condemn appalling atrocity; Lisa Piddington reports from Belfast on the mood in the aftermath of the Omagh bombing. Piddington, Lisa 787
Amazing story of survival as toddler returns. Beal, Peter 696
America waits for word on Clinton testimony. 508
Autologic snaps up Mansped. 101
Avenging a panning by film critics. 193
Badger cull gets go-ahead as TB cases in cattle increase. 277
Bed shortages for jail's mental patients. 378
Boat sale fraudster dupes couple out of pounds 5,000. 552
Bogus nurse goes free. 106
Booming WPP takes a look East. 253
British contingent ready for action; ATHLETICS. 564
British League finally struck from agenda; SPORTS ROUND-UP. 461
British oarsman sets off on new bid to beat the Atlantic. 391
Business solutions; MEGA BYTES. 420
Call to dismiss Botha case on technicality. 142
Cement firms create new overseas mix. 139
Chelsea are ready to unload Petrescu. 465
Cigarette cause of fatal blaze. 83
Clinical Overmars spares Arsenal blushes; Arsenal 2 Nottingham Forest 1. 580
Computer voting put to the test. Butler, Jo 257
Death of youngsters casts sad shadow. 318
Defeat looms in last-ditch battle to stop new homes. 202
Deputation to fight plans for playground superstore. 190
Diana 'told William about mines'. 183
Don't overload on office program. Prangle, Brian 601
Donald last hurrah unlikely to derail England roller-coaster. 663
Driving force behind youth art project; Thanks to local youths, two groups of artists and funding from the National Lottery, commuters in Birmingham will have the chance to encounter art on their way to work, says Thomas Robson. Robson, Thomas 704
Drunken row ended with snakes being torn to pieces. 331
Ex-council leader dies on holiday. 181
Family's sights set on seafaring dream. 256
Ferrari nous marks Hakkinen's card; MOTORSPORT. Hungary, From IAN GORDON 531
Fight crime with justice. 519
Firms fined after atomic workers are contaminated. Sheehan, John 353
Foreign cash fails to halt Russia's economic crisis. Ingram, Judith 626
Fossett safe and well after lightning brings down balloon. 347
Free holidays for Rover workers; Bid to end deadlock on new working week. 470
French connection adds verve to Moseley equation, says White. 478
Giving age that has soon given way; ON THE HOUSE. Gray, Chris 600
Henman's stock rises as Rusedski faces fall; TENNIS. 354
High-speed Atkinson escapes driving ban. 276
Hooper in form but Kent crash to Gloucs. 480
Humbling reform of one-time alcoholic; Last night. Davies, Mike 294
Husband, 51 bled to death. 165
I thought X Files was silly, says 'greedy' star. 367
IFA calls off Malta friendly. 140
Internment threat in war on bombers. 718
John Quinn savours success. 130
Killer flu virus clues unlocked. 178
Koo's praise for her daughter's father. 230
Labour's big guns back Blairites in NEC battle. Peachey, Paul 614
Lancs win Roses war and stay in contention. 413
Leeson given a 70% chance of surviving. 240
Legal plea for time in Kenya murder trial. 166
Letter from MiamiMother (or father) of all battles in court. La Corte, Rachel 592
Limpid can head the Channel invasion for French connection; RACING. 462
Lloyd eyes on Hick in run-up to World Cup. 397
Mail order firm turns on to web site music shopping service. 407
Man held over death after dog row. 239
Man remanded in custody over pub murder. 738
McLeod Russel buys US Trion in third deal. 290
MD is made to eat his words; City View. Dresser, Guy 482
Misgivings but McGhee looking for victory. 373
Monty in no mood for post-match analysis. 341
Morris century lights up boring draw. 349
Mothers united in sorrow and hope; British and Spanish watch over their girls together. 814
MP's warn against repeat of 'extravagant' rail sell-off professional fees. Woodman, Peter 382
MPs duck controversy over Millar and Biotech. 489
Nato troops send warning to Kosovo. 201
Never mind the cut of the outfit, let's see the swing; It's a sad fact that sportswomen have to be sexy to succeed. Ros Dodd investigates. Dodd, Ros 903
News digest. 442
Not so FIT as company plunges into the red. 415
pounds 240m take-off for Rolls. 175
Premier's `obligation' to the dead. 231
President flees besieged capital. Stewart, Ian 325
President Peccadillo's road to the Starr chamber; BACKGROUND. 639
Priest tells of living `in a town of ghosts' after the bombing. 290
Prison for driver who hit girl on crossing. 264
Prisoners offered 'get out of jail' video tips. 383
Prudential piles up war chest with pounds 500m sale. 385
Public shaming for kerb crawlers; Police confront men in front of families. 475
Recluse defends crumbling mansion as authorities muster forces. 425
Red mist as Yorke waits for Fergie call. 717
Revival as travellin' band keeps on rollin' Creedence Clearwater Revival's classic back catalogue remains in demand more than a quarter century after the influential band split. Conrad Cox meets the founder member recreating the Bad Moon Rising band's hits. Cox, Conrad 1330
Rogue's gallery plan to beat town centre crime. 228
Rowett put on call for Blues debut. 122
Salt and Lineker at the double. 266
Samaranch in drugs firing line. 143
Sampras in final insult. 222
Scheme targets poor teenagers for universities. 169
Sheringham going public on Portugal. 279
Shine comes off Jewell in Bradford's early slump. 476
Shot worker's friend tells of tragedy. 178
Sickness and babies leave heart unit in nursing crisis. 437
Software - an anxious parents' guide; After the As, Bs and Cs of exams, Roger Clarke examines the ABCs of software. Clarke, Roger 1310
Somerfield and Booker hold talks over merger. 395
Spice Girl lookalike 'stalking children'. 197
Staff's last goodbyes to tragic customers. 332
Student 'drop out' rates dismissed as misleading. 365
Sun sets on Russia's cultural capital; St Petersburg is a city steeped in Russian history but like so much of that vast country, it is currently languishing in despair. Mitchell Landsberg reports. Lansberg, Mitchell 736
Surgeons make Jamie's soccer dream come alive. 482
Swann rises from depths for England. 294
Teacher 'fondled girls in lessons' Privileged position was abused. 466
Telewest takes commanding lead with pounds 130m Birmingham Cable deal. 433
The man who sold the World Wide Web. 574
The Post Files. 643
THEME FOR THE DAY. Burgess, Rev Canon H P 494
Three die in head-on car crash. Pearse, Damien 159
Tory anger over sub refit spending. Clare, Sian 358
Triple transplant patient dies. RADOWITZ, JOHN von 229
TV's Anthea bares all for animals. 188
UK business catching on fast to Internet sales. 326
US embassy staff leaving after bomb suspect held. Bryson, Donna 452
Vibrant Vitamins beat the big bug. 370
Victorian values have rarely been so entertaining; POST REVIEW Stratford Poetry Festival, The Shakespeare Institute Stratford-upon-Avon. Edmonds, Richard 289
Vijay sings praises of Scottish caddie; GOLF. Seattle, From MARK GARROD 758
Virgin's Victory turns into a loss. 106
Wall Street checks Bear fears; Market reports. 510
Widows seek pounds 500,000 to raise sunk trawler. Court, Chris 303
Windows 98 has a date problem. 244
Wolseley car rally. 175
Wolves' winning streak still unchallenged; Wolves 56 Oxford 34. 343
World wanted a lover and Latin Valentino obliged; Historian Chris Upton examines the influence of Hollywood heart-throb Valentino, dubbed the face that launched a thousand sheikhs and one of the first real stars WITH THE BENEFIT OF HINDSIGHT. Upton, Chris 544
Yorkshire Water shows where there's muck there's brass. 321
Young lives cruelly taken in an instant. 554

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