P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Mon 09 Oct 12:55/11    From World Today, BBC World Ser 1/3 "The Kippur ultimatum" reads the front page headline in Paris's Liberation. The deadline imposed on Yasser Arafat by Ehud Barak for restoring Middle East calm is set for this evening, it notes. But the abducting of three Israeli soldiers "drags Lebanon and Syria into the conflict", the paper says. "The Middle East tries to avoid war", says Le Figaro in Paris above photos of a Palestinian and an Israeli soldier both holding machine-guns. WORLD TODAY: Monday-Friday only World service: MW 648, SW 6.195 UK Papers News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/00    From World Today, BBC World Ser 2/3 Munich's Sueddeutsche Zeitung says war is in the air in Israel, and only US President Bill Clinton can now avert it The conflict shows Israel is wrong to believe it can keep a people in check for decades and deprive it of things enjoyed by Israelis themselves, it says But it adds that Ehud Barak is the first Israeli head of government seeking to correct this mistake. It suggests Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat has been less flexible. WORLD TODAY: Monday-Friday only World service: MW 648, SW 6.195 UK Papers News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/00    From World Today, BBC World Ser 3/3 Vienna's Der Standard fears supporters of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic are already planning their comeback and that of their master. Berlin's Die 'flt says Montenegro and Kosovo's quest for independence has been undermined by the revolution. In the period of post-revolutionary euphoria, the west will focus most of its energy on Serbia, it explains. Hungary's Nepszava says: "The game is not over yet; Milosevic is still around WORLD TODAY: Monday-Friday only World service: MW 648, SW 6.195 UK Papers News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Mon 09 Oct 12:33/07    From World Today, BBC Wor|d Ser 3/3 Vienna's Dir Standard fears supporters of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic are already planning their comeback and that of their master. Berlin's Die Welt says Montenegro ad Kosovo's qufst for independence has been undermined by the revolutionN In the period of post-revolutionary euphoria, the west will focus most of its energy on Serbia, it explainsN Hungary's Nepszava says: "The game is not over yet; Milosevic is still around WORLD TODAY: Monday- piday only World service: MW 648, S' 6.195
P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Mon 09 Oct 12:42/00     ,.,/,-,, @ Vienna's Der Standard fiars sqpportjpq of former Xugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic are already planf—ng their comebacc and that of their m—ster. Berlin's Die 'jlt saxs Monpdn—gpo an— Cosovo's quest for independence h—s been undermined by the revolution. In the period of post-ravolqtio÷bry its energy on Sepbia, ht exp|ains Hungary's Nepszav— says: "The game is not over yet; Milos—6—c —q still around WORLD TODAY: Lon——x-Frid—x ofly World 3bpvice: MW 648, SW 6 181 UK Papers News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P147 CEEFAX 2 147 Mon 09 Oct 12:41/00       From World Today, BBC World Sar 3'3 Vienna's Der Spandapd fearq sppportep3 of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milo3—vic are already planning their comebacc and that of th—ir lbster. Berlin's Die jlt s—ys Montenegro and Kosovo's quest for independence ha3 bedn qndermaned by the revolution In the pdriod of post-revolutionapy euphoria, the west will focts most of its energy on Serbia, it explains. Hungary's Nepszava says: "The game iq not over yet; Milosevic is still around GOBLD TODAY: Mon——x- pidax only World service: MW 648, SW 6.195 UK Papers News Indx News Xtra Main Menu