P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1910:50  1/13  FORCE MAY BE NEEDED,  WARNS HURD As British tanks left West Germany for the Gulf, Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd said force would have to be used against Iraq if other measures failed "We have not decided on a military solution," he told the UAE's Al-ittihad newspaperN "We still have a few weeks after which we will take a ddcision." But Iraq would not be allowed to keep any part of Kuwait. See p103 & p104  France will retaliate if Iraq is linked to a grenade attack on a cafe in Djibouti used by French troops, Foreign Minister Rolande Dumas saidN FREE * FREE * FREE * FREE ORACLE CAR STICKERS p183 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1911:31  2/13  IRAQ AND JORDAN IN  NEg CRISIS TALKS Iraq has sent its foreign minister on a surprise visit to Jordan for Gulf crisis talks with King Hussein. He flew to Amman only hours after the king's younger brother, Crown Prince Hassan, met the USA's N—lfs Baker and Soviet foreign minister ShevardnadzeN Mrs Thatcher had a 30-minute meeting with the Crown Prince at Heathrow before flying to the United States for talks with President Bush See p102Mp104  Saudi Arabia is to double the size of its armed forces to more than 120,000 men, Jane's Defence +fekly said. LITTLEWOODS GROUP SUPERSAVERS p185 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1910:00  3/13  ASIANS' 5,000-MILE  DRIVE TO FREEDOM About 150 Asian refugees have reached India after a gruelling 5,000-mile overland journey from occupied Kuwait. see p102Mp103 The Indians, Bangladeshis, Sri Lankans and a Filipino couple, most of them penniless, spoke of Iraqi atrocities and Asians being robbed at gunpoint. Some of the 45 Indians began a sitdown strikf on the border when customs officials demanded duty on their cars. The Bangladeshis M nearly 100 packed into 39 cars M said food poisoning had killed three of their group on the trip  News headlines 101 Sport 130 CAN YOU SPOT A BARGAIN USED CAR 'F KNOg A MAN gHO CAN M SEE p190 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1910:30  4/13  PROSECUTE RUSHDIE,  SAYS MOSLEM G NVP A Moslem pressure group has renewed its appeal for the Government to change the blasphemy laws so that SatanHc Verses author Salman Rushdie can be prosecuted The UK Action Committee on Islamic Affairs insisted the book should be withdrawn despite the writer's apparent apology in a television interviewN Committee convenor Iqbal Sacranie said it welcomed Britain and Iran restoring diplomatic ties,severed after Ayatollah Khomeini sentenced Rushdie to death. But he hoped the Government would go a step further and fill a gap in the law. WORLDWIDE TRAVEL BARGAINS page 373 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1931:57  5/13  THOUSANDS IN BELFAST  BOYNE MARCH Up to 100,000 Orangemen have taken part in the biggest ever march staged in BelfastN Thousands more spectators lined the route of the Orange Order parade, held to mark the 300th anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne. Hundreds of police and troops were on duty and, although most shops remained open, Belfast came to a virtual standstillN There were three bomb alerts, which turned out to be hoaxes, but no trouble, according to the RUC. FOR YOUR AUTUMN HOROSCOPE see p180 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1905:00  5/13  SECURITY TIGHT FOR  LOYALISTS' MARCH Hundreds of police and troops were on duty as a huge Loyalist march took place in Belfast amid a series of bomb scaresN Up to 80,000 Orangemen and 300 bands joined the parade marking the climax of the Orange Order's tercentenary celebrationsN There were three bomb alerts on the edge of the route, two of them hoaxes A third was still being checked as the procession began leaving the assembly poanp.  News headlines 101 Sport 130 FOR YOUR AUTUMN HOROSCOPE sde p180 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1913:30  6/13  TWO DIE IN HARVEST  FESTIVAL SHOOTING A woman is thought to have been shot dead outside her village church by her former boyfriend who then turned the gun on himself Theresa Walters, 31, had been attending a harvest festival supper when Andrew Lewis, 26, called at the vicarage in Ferryside, near Carmathen, DyfedN She went outside and was shot near the door of St Thomas's Church. Lewis was found dead near the school gates A villager said: "We don't know why he did it, but it appears he shot her and then turned the gun on himself." CHEAPER HOME AND MOTOR INSURANCE FROM DIRECT LINE INSURANCE...187 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1926:02  7/13  SOVIET NUCLEAR  LEAK 'HITS 120,000' An explosion at a Soviet nuclear fuel processing plant this month may have contaminated 120,000 people, it has been disclosedN About 60,000 demonstrators took to the streets of Ust-Kamenogorsk, in the republic of Kazakhstan, demanding that the plant be closedN The blast on September 12 released toxic gas which could cause lung problems or even death, officials said. The region has been declared an ecological disaster zone by authorities who are seeking an independent inquiry. AIR TRAVEL ADVISORY BUREAU page 368 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1926:50  8/13  LABOUR SU2GES 19%  AHEAD IN NEW POLL A new opinion poll gives Labour a 19% lead over the ConservativesN The shot in the arm for Opposition leader Neil Kinnock comes on the eve of his party's Blackpool ConferenceN But the Independent on Sunday's NMR survey is the only one of three in tomorrow's papfrs in the wake of record crime figures and new economic worries. The poll shows Labour at 52%, Tories 33% and Liberal Democrats 10%. Other polls put the Labour lead at between seven and nine pointsN BRITISH AIRWAYS FLIGHT ARRIVALS 321 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1907:00  9/13  MAN EXTRADITED  OVER POOL KILLING A man wanted in connection with a killing at a London swimming pool has been extradited from Cyprus to Britain. London-born Christodoulos Soteriou, 25, is wanted by British police investigating the killing of freelance photographer Dietmar KirchnerN Kirchner, 47, was stabbed to death in a fight at the pool in Hornsey, North London, on July 5N Soteriou was arrested in Cyprus on July 10 and was handed over to two British detectives who flew to Cyprus after a court ordered his extradition. News hfadlines 101 Sport 130 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1920:00  9/13  TEENAGERS BURNED  TO DEATH BY MOB A mob seized three young men in a black South African township and burned them to death outside their parents' homes They were among at least six victims of renewed clashes around Cape Town and JohannesburgN The men, aged 16, 18 and 19, were repeatedly stabbed and had petrol- soaked tyres hung round their necks and set alightN The killings were among the most savage since police and soldiers launched Operation Iron Fist a week ago to try to halt a war in which 800 have died News headlines 101 Sport 130 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1925:10  10/13  ALL-GERMAN POLL SYSTEM  RULED ILLEGAL gfst Germany's constitutional court,the highest legal authority in the country, has ruled illegal the electoral system for all-German elections on December 2N It decided four days before unification that the system approved by both Bonn and East German governments was unfair to small partiesN In a move likely to split the left-wing vote, it ruled Bonn should have applied a separate 5% hurdle in East Germany for parties being allocated seatsN The court said most parties there were set up after the old regime collapsed creating unequal election conditions. News headlines 101 Sport 130 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1928:06  11/13  IDENTIKIT CLUE  ON MISSING SIMON Police have issued an identikit picture of a man wanted in connection with the disappearance of four-year-old Simon Jones from a park almost a week agoN A new witness described a man she saw watching Simon and other children playing on swings in Gadebridge Park, Hemel HempsteadN Her description matches that given by another passer-by who saw a distressed little boy being dragged by the armN Anyone with information should now call the incident room in Welwyn Garden City on 0707 373516N News headlines 101 Sport 130 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1901:10  12/13  POLLY PECK CHAIRMAN  IN CRIME PROBE Police in Cyprus have launched a criminal investigation of Asil Nadir, chairman of troubled Polly Peck InternationalN A police statement said the inquiry was in connection with "crimes of theft and dealing in stolen property." It was centred on the orange groves of Greek Cypriot owners displaced from the Turkish-occupied part of the island between 1981 and this yearN Interior Minister Christodoulos Veniamin said they might ask for Mr Nadir's extraditionN The Attorney General ordered the police actionN  News headlines 101 Sport 130 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Sat29 Sep ITV 1902:20  13/13  TWO PRISONERS FOUND  HANGED IN CELLS Two remand prisoners have been found hanged in their cells at two separate jails in northern EnglandN Frederick Mansseur, 29, was discovered in his cell at Walton Jail, Liverpool, where he was awaiting trial on three charges of rapf and abduction. Lee Simmond, 20, accused of murder, was found hanging from the bars of his cell window at Hull prisonN Police are investigating the deaths and reports are being prepared for the coronersN  News headlines 101 Sport 130 Worldwide Newsfile Sport TV Guide