International News Archive - June 05, 2006
By Michael Perry YOGYAKARTA, Indonesia (Reuters) - Children returned to school for final exams across Indonesia's earthquake-stricken Java island on Monday as survivors, frustrated by a lack of aid, tried to rebuild homes with scraps of wood and salvaged bricks.
By Opheera McDoom EL-FASHER, Sudan (Reuters) - The Darfur rebel leader who signed a peace deal with the Sudanese government last month says U.N. peacekeeping troops should deploy in the violent west, disagreeing with Khartoum.
By Evelyn Leopold FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The United Nations Security Council descends on Sudan for the first time on Monday to try to convince the Khartoum government that a U.N. peacekeeping operation in Darfur was not tantamount to an invasion force.
GAZA (Reuters) - An explosion tore through a car in Jabalya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip on Monday and ambulances raced to the scene, medics and witnesses said.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Czech President Vaclav Klaus said on Monday he had asked rightist opposition leader Mirek Topolanek to begin talks on forming a government after a weekend general election that produced a stalemate.
GAZA (Reuters) - An explosion tore through a car in Jabalya refugee camp in the Gaza Strip on Monday and ambulances raced to the scene, medics and witnesses said. There were no immediate reports of casualties.
GAZA (Reuters) - An explosion tore through a house in Jabalya refugee camp in the Gaza Strip on Monday, killing a Hamas militant, local residents said. The cause of the blast was not immediately known. Earlier reports said a car had blown up.
By Jan Lopatka PRAGUE (Reuters) - Czech President Vaclav Klaus asked the rightist opposition on Monday to begin talks on forming a new government as the country looked for a way out of the stalemate produced by the weekend's election.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Gunmen in police uniforms abducted up to 50 employees of various Baghdad transport companies on Monday, police and Interior Ministry sources said.
ATHENS (Reuters) - A helicopter landed in the middle of the high security Athens Korydallos prison, picked up two prisoners and flew away in a Hollywood-style escape that has left Greek police stunned.
- The relation of a son or daughter to a parent: the correlative of paternity.
- The establishment of a filial relation, specifically by adoption.
- In law, the judicial determination of the paternity of a child, especially of a bastard; affiliation.