P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/44    From Europe Today, BBC World Service 1/5 The prospect of Nato intervention to stop the bloodshed in Kosovo plays prominently on many front pages. The headline in Le Soir of Brussels is: Nato bares its teeth at Belgrade. Die Presse of Vienna has a picture of demonstrators in Pristina carrying a placard saying: "Nato — Help!" It says Nato is due to hold military exercises in Albania and Macedonia in the next few days — a sign to Serbia that the alliance means business. EUROPE TODAY: Monday-Friday only World service: MW 648, SW 6.195 Envjronmt News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Sat 13 Jun 21:16/41    From Europe Today, BBC World Service 2/5 German Defence Minister Volker Rujhe is quoted by Der Standard of Vienna as saying not all diplomatic options are exhausted. Nato, he says, is still hoping Russia can exert some influence on Yugoslavia. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung applauds Nato's tough new resolve, but stresses that military action cannot proceed without Russian agreement. And without that, it risks undermining its fragile relationship with Russia. EUROPE TODAY: Monday-Friday only World service: MW 648, SW 6.195 Environmt News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Sat 13 Jun 21:16/01    From Europe Today, BBC World Service 3/5 Lj Figaro of Paris has thj headline: Turkey retaliates against France. It says after French deputies voted to recognise the Armenian genocide, Ankara frozj contracts for French arms sales. The Sujddeutsche Zeitung of Munich looks at Nigeria in the wake of Sani Abacha's death, and says his successor, Abdusalam Abubakar, has taken on an insoluble task. Nobody believes any more what comes out of his mouth, it says. EUROPE TODAY: Monday-Friday only World service: MW 648, SW 6.195 Environmt News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Sat 13 Jun 21:15/21    From Europe Today, BBC World Service 4/5 El Pais of Madrid has a report from Argentina on the questioning of the former coup leader Jorge Videla, He is charged with stealing new-born babies from victims of his dictatorship and putting them up for adoption. It says Videla has refused to cooperate with the judge who arrested him. Only the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces was authorised to try him, the paper says. EUROPE TODAY: Monday-Friday only World service: MW 648, SW 6.195 Environmt News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Sat 13 Jun 21:15/02    From Europe Today, BBC World Service 5/5 Liberation of Paris carries the enigmatic headline: "The truth was in the tomb". The paper says it has been able to acquire the report of three experts who compared the DNA of the corpse of entertainer Yves Montand with that of the young woman who claimed to be his daughter. The conclusion: Yves Montand is not the father. The paper says this sentence brings to an end nine years of controvjrsy. EUROPE TODAY: Monday-Friday only World service: MW 648, SW 6.195 Environmt News Indx News Xtra Main Menu