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B. 01-26 Energy crisis as Georgia freezes Georgia
C. 01-26 Bitter cold kills 181 Ukraine
3. 01-26 Weeping Kosovo crowds bury Rugova Kosovo
E. 01-26 Davos: Bono sees Red in AIDS fight Switzerland
01-26 Hamas won elections West Bank
6. 01-26 Israel rules out talks with Hamas Jerusalem
H. 01-26 al Qaeda-linked passport ring broken Colombia
8. 01-26 Rice says Iran is 'feeling heat' Washington


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Morning News

Jan.26   Georgia     Energy crisis as Georgia freezes
  President Saakashvili has cut short a visit to the World Economic Forum to deal with a growing crisis

  Melbourne   Unseeded Cypriot makes Open final  Marcos Baghdatis is rallying to beat No. 4 David Nalbandian 3-6, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4

  Ukraine   Bitter cold kills 181  Another 3,000 people have been treated in hospital as temperatures plunged to -25 C (-13 F)

  Kosovo Weeping Kosovo crowds bury Rugova  International dignitaries were among the hundreds of thousands of people who attended the burial of the President

  Switzerland Davos: Bono sees Red in AIDS fight  U2 front man and activist unveiled a new Red brand aimed at combating the spread of HIV and AIDS in Africa

  West Bank     Hamas won elections
  Hamas and Fatah supporters scuffled outside the Palestinian parliament building
 Hamas has operated a network of social and charitable organizations for Palestinians. Mahmoud Abbas urged Hamas to keep negotiations moving forward. Israel demanded that the Palestinian Authority disarm the new ruling party and the other terrorist organizations

Day News

  Jerusalem     Israel rules out talks with Hamas
  Israeli interim Prime Minister Ehud Olmert ruled out any talks with a Palestinian government including Hamas

  Colombia al Qaeda-linked passport ring broken  Colombia has dismantled a false passport ring following 32 simultaneous raids in five cities

  Washington Rice says Iran is 'feeling heat'  U.S. Secretary of State: Washington will insist the issue be formally referred to the U.N. Security Council

  Canada New PM rebuffs US envoy  Prime Minister-elect Harper has defended plans to send military ice-breakers to the Arctic

  Bolivia President Morales halves his own pay  The new left-wing President has cut his salary by more than a half to a little over $1,800 per month

Evening News

  Austria   Mozart birthday fever  Celebrations marking the 250th birthday of the composer are being held around the world

  Switzerland Davos: Annan lauds U.N.'s 'new mindset'  Secretary-General told world business leaders the U.N. had initiated a 'new mindset' on human rights

San Francisco Bay Area , January 26, 2006 Timeline