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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 29, 1999)

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A Holy War from Small Heath to Afghanistan; Jason Beattie puts the case alleging Islamic involvement in terrorism worldwide. 1134
A loan star faces the law. 172
A traditional farmhouse with potential. 254
Agents of fortune can do players nothing but good. 643
Airport fined over radiation. 124
Albion keep talking over Moseley bid. 214
Albright joins tributes to crown prince. 224
All aboard for state-of-the-art launch. 971
Amnesty sheds light on young victims of horror. 279
An UnFriendly approach to poor. 490
Angels save business from pride. 128
Award for JP who became world traveller on back of brilliant career. 255
BAe's jilted partner fires a broadside. 424
Bailiffs end road protest. 89
Banks rules out UK Olympic bids for now. 447
Bargain that still leaves victims. 577
Betty's fury at 'stupid woman' jibe. 243
Bingham sensing joy in Wales. 441
Blue Circle's expansion in Asia widens with pounds 52m Fortune deal. 314
Blunkett showdown looming. 399
Body 'in flat since Christmas'. 136
Bottom-line operator takes no nonsense. 351
BOXING Warren fury at Naz claim. 139
Brain cancer drug worth millions; History in the making as scientists launch Temodal. 548
Brothers jailed for fruit firm blackmail. 360
Bryant raises roof with surprise jump in profits. 452
Burglar threatens girl with knife. 565
Call centre's jobs boost. 101
Cape Town bomb injures eleven; Two held over police station blast. 437
Charles puts on the Ritz for his Camilla; Stage-managed party date. 543
Cheer for Denby as market cracks up. 182
Children lost in the abyss. 1579
Chile challenge in High Court battle to save Pinochet. 621
Climb through euro window to opportunity before it closes. 532
Council set to reject racing stables plan. 278
D-day for Guardian Royal board. 192
Daredevil Evel Knievel stable after liver swap. 209
Dirty tricks claim has Cork row back on boil. 323
Disabled pensioner escapes jail over child-rape fantasy. 227
Dismal fly on the wall fame. 288
Earthquake relief in crisis as mob rule takes hold. 430
Elegant Eddi; Eddi Reader Ronnie Scott's, Broad Street. 197
Enjoy the status of a grand family home. 796
Estate? No, a rather nice big boys' toy; Mitsubishi are after estate car buyers, but the Challenger is a raw 4x4, says Chris Russon. 695
Facing up to useless mothers. 592
Family-friendly laws may be costly. 199
Father and son banned. 96
Feely, cuddly persons and those other creatures; Finola Lynch isn't the only one who seems confused at the West Midlands Regional Chamber's first meeting. 569
Field trails in after Double Thriller stroll. 124
Focus on the soundtrack melody-man; Martin Longley looks at the work of composer Michael Nyman. 909
FOOTBALL Albion fishing for Buckley's scalp; Michael Ward on tomorrow's reunion of old and new Hawthorns faces. 639
Ford-Volvo deal has parts firms fearing for future. 566
Former Wren settles sex case with Ministry. 231
Friendly dismissal row over Thomas. 120
FTSE counts cost of fall in financial stocks. 697
Giftware firm gloom as turnover plummets. 268
Giving up tea and biscuits may help. 239
Golden Globe Theatre. 442
GP faces trial on two deaths. 130
Graveney expecting no encore from cast. 795
Gregory tells Blues: Come and get Stan; Francis wary as counterpart says cross-city loan could solve problems. 1325
Group in call to ease financial burden. 565
Hall together now - who are you trying to kid?; Terry Grimley finds new proposals for Birmingham Town Hall a pale shadow of those which failed the Lottery test - and a lot more expensive, too. 987
Hats off to seal pups. 116
Havelock deal not enough to save jobs. 239
Home loans remain steady at pounds 5bn mark. 224
Home-buying move branded as 'flawed'. 730
Houllier elbow sends McAteer to Rovers. 583
Impecunious or incompetent? 556
Indecent pictures to 'reduce abuse'. 126
Inquiry urges change after killing; Wife stabbed by husband in safe house. Frith, Maxine 552
Interest rates 'to fall below 4pc by 2001'. 366
Irwin Mitchell on the move. 188
It's a fair cop from chief constable. 134
Jobs under threat from minimum wage. 358
Keeping tabs on marriage. 109
King's fortunes in the ascendancy. 469
Knievel has liver transplant. 97
Kumble's six of best as Test foes re-engage. 573
Lotus in fast lane for MGA. 357
LucasVarity accepts US offer but angers rival. 357
Luxury in corporate country house. 850
Mad search for Doulton bull in a china shop. 311
Mandelson sells up, pays up and eyes up a tidy profit. 271
Men win 'maternity' leave in new Bill for workers. Post, PAUL ASTON Birmingham 394
Meningitis alert after death of boy, 12. Harvey, Melanie 164
Millennium rush pays off; Soaring shares and pounds 30m in the bank for Misys. 367
Monkey sanctuary says it will fight to keep Trudy from Chipperfields. Pope, Philip 560
Mountfield takes on hard task of halting Scarborough slide. 441
MPs react angrily as raising the Portcullis hits pounds 250m. 241
Mr and Mrs BRMB told: Give it time. 524
Murder trial told of three-in-a-bed sex romps. Breslin, Maria; Tolputt, Harriet 267
Nato issues threat as new Kosovo clash erupts. 448
New chamber gives region voice of its own. 375
Northern parts catch a record winter chill. 199
Old Mutual fined pounds 20,000. 159
Patients go private to ease NHS waiting lists. 367
Pay rise sparks fears of NHS cash shortfall. Gray, Chris 383
Pipe bomb attack on mother and children. 250
Plane in neck; You, Me and the Glitterball The Courtyard, Hereford. 132
Police block name and shame blitz. 152
Pope's plea saves murderer from execution. 463
pounds 8.6m Town Hall scheme under fire from Tories. 427
Priest praying for another confrontation at BNRR site. 341
Queen Mother shrugs off health fears with WI trip. 80
Radio group GWR goes West in pounds 25.6m deal. 123
Ranatunga sells ICC down river. 1301
Ready, steady, go for cooks' tour. 189
Rebels hold children hostage. 254
Red tape rules out Konjic. 183
Rescuers hampered by looters. 357
Right carry on over Columbus's giant statue; Letter from...Puerto Rico. 400
Rugby cup final fever unites all factions. Henderson, Deric 283
RUGBY UNION Moseley look forward to Sixways welcome. 576
Run-down precinct to get pounds 90m facelift. 464
SA prefer experience on NZ tour. 232
Sad tribute to a victim of injustice. 170
Sanders appoint new branch manager. 141
School accused of betrayal; Parents claim secret sale led to closure. 563
Scrap metal traders fume at licence rise. 317
Shrinking dole queues could cost vital pounds 150m. 560
Solicitors struck off after breaching accounts rules. 379
Stars take the stage for Brit Awards. 179
String driven; CBSO Symphony Hall. 208
Sweden's best-known car joins the exodus. 524
Tags of freedom - first prisoners hit the streets in pounds 35m scheme. Butler, Jo 481
Taking the strain out of hunting for a home. 591
Tawafek holds winning Doncaster key. 315
Taxi driver jailed for breaking passenger's ankle. 715
Tennis star fights doping appeal; Korda in new court battle as ITF changes mind over ban. 359
TENNIS Weight of nation on Enqvist's shoulders. 516
Tesco mother's battle over benefit. 271
The bard clad in shining amour; Mike Davies takes his pick of the week's cinema releases. 617
THE KEY PLAYERS. 368
The only wheels in motion. 441
THEME FOR THE DAY. 344
There is a way they could marry. 124
Too many small firms dragging their feet, says survey. 249
Tough curbs on way to stem rising legal cases against NHS. 386
Trimble calls for action over Ulster terror. Graham, Ian 509
Two major events on one day just not cricket. 288
Under-fire Widney waits on shareholder's next move after feathers fly at meeting. 749
Vaughan's men fight to preserve proud record. 529
Virgin ready to pounce in Eurostar link row. 278
Volvo adds panache to Ford's portfolio; James O'Brien considers the implications of the sale of Volvo Cars to Ford. 667
We'll use troops to win Kosovo peace - Blair. 430
Wheelchair jobs go as firm loses pounds 5m. 104
White elephant fears as pounds 1.7m arts base takes centre stage. 274
White knight gallops to the rescue of Wace. 152
Widow of prison death diabetic wins new inquest. Aston, John 558
Yard puts its Most Wanted on the Internet. Hamilton, Chris 289
Yemen families fear reprisals. 354
Youngsters' batting crumbles. 343

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