Sunday, July 31, 2011

Mohamed VI announced parliamentary elections

 The King of Morocco Mohammed VI on Saturday announced his intention to call parliamentary elections as an early measures to guarantee the implementation of constitutional reform, openness and pro-democratic character, approved last July 1 by overwhelming majority. "It's important to start with the election of the new House of Representatives to proceed on the basis of the results of their vote, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution," Alawi said the monarch in a speech to the nation gathered for the official news agency MAP .

Night fighting in the south of Yemen caused 21 deaths

ADEN. (Reuters / EP) .- At least 13 people have died in the vicinity of the Yemeni Zinjibar city in southern Yemen, because of fighting kept overnight between soldiers and militants, while eight others have died error after the Army artillery. Five soldiers, a colonel and seven militants have been killed after the army tried to regain control of areas of the province of Abyam taken by Islamists, as explained by a local authority.

British police investigations against expands 'News of the World'

London. - British police announced the expansion of investigations against the British newspaper News of the Word to track the daily evidence that not only spied clicking phones, but also hacked into computers using Trojan mails, a spokesman for Scotland Yard. A special unit will investigate the computer of a former secret agent, as he said.

The media scandal for wiretapping, bribing the police and other illegal methods of investigation allegedly used by the newspaper "News of the Word," Rupert Murdoch, shocked the UK in recent weeks. Some 4,000 phones public and private personojes were punctured by the newspaper, including widows of soldiers and families of murder victims.

Syria, tanks in the streets of Hama

The Syrian army back to fire on civilians. In Syria, the tanks were bombed and attacked at dawn the city of Hama, the theater in recent weeks of some of the most massive demonstrations against the regime, killing at least 24 civilians. The sources said that army tanks have invested the city and its surroundings with a shower of grenades at a rate of at least four minutes.

Water and electricity to the main districts of Hama were cut, a tactic usually used by the military operations of repression.  A doctor who has chosen to hide their identity has counted at least 19 dead and dozens of other people wounded in the hospital Badr Al-Horani while in the hospital there are at least three bodies and two other all'Hikmeh.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Attacks in Norway: Breivik trial probably until 2012

The trial of Anders Breivik Behring is expected to begin until next year. Norway's Tor-Aksel Attorney General Busch said the public broadcaster NRK on Thursday, the charges levied against the terrorists "at the earliest of the year".

Bush justified this with the necessary investigations, so would need some 700 witnesses will be heard. Breivik - who has admitted to having committed the bombing in downtown Oslo and the mass murder on the island Utøya last Friday - should be considered for each of the 76 people living on the responsibilities that have wiped out his deeds, said the Attorney General.

Kenya and Somalia: a difficult neighborhood

White SUV: A convoy of aid agencies at refugee camp in Dadaab 28th July 2011 2011-07-28 17:20:04 The Kenyan government apparently wants to reduce the influx of Somali refugees dramatically. Different is hard to explain was why the new refugee camp, "Ifo II" opened in the immediate vicinity of Dadaab, the largest refugee camp in the world, despite assertions to the contrary including the Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga as before.

Mining explosion, 16 dead in Ukraine

MILAN - Tragedy in the Lugansk region, Ukraine. An explosion in the night between Thursday and Friday in a mine in the area east of the country killed at least 16 miners. This was announced by the Interfax news agency citing sources of local civil protection. Ten miners are missing at the time, while two others were hospitalized.

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UN warns that the crisis in Somalia has passed the international response capacity

UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, lamented the lack of responsiveness of international community. "We are worried because what we do is not enough when we look at the scale of the tragedy.

We are facing a humanitarian tragedy of unknown proportions," he said in an interview with Efe. In the refugee camp in Dollo Ado (Ethiopia), the mortality rate was as high as 7.4 deaths per 10,000 people per day (an emergency is declared when it comes to one death per 10,000). In southern Somalia, the area most affected by drought, acute malnutrition rates reaching up to 82% and mortality among children under five years is 4 per 10,000 in all areas for which data are available.

At least 28 people killed in multiple attacks in southern Afghanistan

A Taliban commander attacked various government buildings Thursday in the Afghan province of Uruzgan in southern Afghanistan in an assault that has left at least 28 dead and thirty wounded, officials said. Among the dead, is the BBC reporter Ahmad Omid Khpolwak. The multiple attack, carried out by a yet unspecified number of insurgents, began around noon in the town of Tarinkot, capital of Uruzgan.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

UK expels all staff of the Libyan embassy in London

The United Kingdom formally recognized today at the National Transitional Council (CNT) formed by opponents of the regime of Muammar al-Gaddafi, the Libyan government as the sole. The previous charge d'affaires of the Libyan embassy in London was named today to consult the Foreign Office, where he officially announced that he and other diplomats from his country (eight in total) had to leave the UK.

The Norwegian Government will evaluate the police response to attacks

The Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg announced that the country will open an independent commission to review each and every one of the foundations Accountant surrounding the double bombing last Friday. Earlier, at a press conference, Stoltenberg announced that the Norwegian Government will evaluate the police response to the attacks.

Of course, it will "after comfort and assist" the victims and expect to complete the police investigation. This last point, it seems, is very important for the prime minister. He has vehemently defended his government can not and should intervene in the investigations, which are the responsibility of the judiciary.

New clashes in Kosovo

About 200 Serbian inhabitants of Kosovo on Wednesday evening, the border crossing with Serbia Jarinje set on fire. The NATO-led KFOR security force strong units moved into the vicinity of the crossing to prevent the spread of violence.

The Serbian President Tadi appealed to his compatriots in Kosovo to stop attacks. The EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton said politicians in Belgrade and Pristina on to an early resolution of the conflict. "Peace and security must be restored for everyone," said Ashton. She spoke of "unacceptable" developments.

Killed 12 people near Damascus by security forces

At least 12 people, including a boy of seven years, died on Wednesday near Damascus shot by Syrian security forces. The accident occurred when a young opponents gathered in Turkey to strengthen coodinación the protest movement against the regime of President Bashar Assad. "The security forces have looted several houses on Wednesday Kanaker.

After this operation, 12 people have died and more than 300 detainees," said Ammar Quorabi, president of the National Organization for the Rights of Man. "Quorabi sent a list of names of 12 victims, among which there is a child of seven years. The offensive of the Syrian security forces in this city of 25,000 inhabitants "has been supported by a tank and several armored cars" and "pointed people between 15 and 40 years, "stated Quorabi, adding that" at least 11 vehicles have been dozens of detainees.

NATO admits that without support the rebels can not win Gaddafi

The Secretary General Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Anders Fogh Rasmussen, and supports, including racks, an uncomfortable reality: the Atlantic alliance has done its work in Libya, clearing almost all of the war machine Muammar al-Gaddafi of, but the rebels are unable to finish the job off the record, which is ending the regime.

Although not supported in public, a source very close to NATO said this week dpa that the situation in Libya has reached a dangerous stalemate: "We have destroyed almost all the tanks, planes, artillery and other war materials Gaddafi, we have put the 'red carpet' to the rebels to come to Tripoli, but today they are incapable of doing.

The UN is able to open an urgent airlift of food aid to Somalia

The World Food Programme (WFP) the UN finally managed to open today an urgent airlift to send baby food from Nairobi to Mogadishu to fight the famine in Somalia. "The plane has taken off" in the direction of the Somali capital, told Efe Challiss McDonough, spokesman for WFP, said that the device carries at least 10 tons of emergency supplies ready to deal with child malnutrition.

Norwegian Prime Minister announced a commission to investigate the attacks

Prime Minister of Norway, Jens Stoltenberg, announced Wednesday the creation of an independent commission to discuss everything related to the attacks on July 22 in Oslo and Utoya Island, which killed a total 76 people. To the head of the Norwegian, "is important to clarify all aspects of the attacks to draw lessons from what happened," as he said in an appearance this afternoon.

"It's a national tragedy, an attack on the nation," he said in reference to the facts confessed by Behring Anders Breivik. The investigation of the commission could clarify whether the police responded appropriately to the attacks and whether the country is sufficiently prepared to tackle such attacks, unprecedented in recent history in Norway.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Iran hopes to inaugurate its first nuclear power plant in August

Iran expects to inaugurate its first nuclear power plant in late August after more than 30 years in construction work, said spokesman today Iranian Foreign Ministry, Ramin Mehmanparast. "We have consultations with the Russian authorities" which steers the construction of the plant in Bushehr (southern) to determine the date of commissioning, Mehmanparast said in his usual press conference Tuesday.

Morocco, military plane crashes

A military transport plane C-130 carrying 81 people Moroccan crashed in Morocco. This is confirmed by the government in Rabat. The plane, a C-130 transport, hit a mountain in the desert near Guelmin (about 800 km south of Rabat): the victims are 78 and three seriously injured. The aircraft that was supposed to land at the small airport of Guelmin, due to bad weather, crashed into mountains in the area during the landing phase.

Norwegian Justice Minister defends police action against criticism

The Norwegian Justice Minister Knut Storberget, praised Tuesday the "fantastic" job of the police after the double attack on Friday killed at least, 76 people, despite the many criticisms against agents for their slowness to react after the shooting. "I take this opportunity to thank the Oslo police, police from other districts and other specialized organs their fantastic job," said Knut Storberget after a meeting with police commanders.

Police accuse Breivik study of crimes against humanity

Norwegian police aims to use a new provision of the penal code which punishes crimes against humanity to accuse Anders Breivik Behring, who has acknowledged being the author of the twin bombings that caused 76 deaths in Oslo and Utoya Island on Friday . Introduced in the Norwegian criminal code in 2008, this provision refers to "crimes against humanity" provides for a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison.

Norwegian police disclosed today the names of 76 deceased

The Norwegian police has started spreading on Tuesday the identity of the 76 people killed in twin bombings recorded last Friday at the Nordic country, whose authorship has confessed Behring Anders Breivik, the only person arrested so far. The first four names given by the security forces were the Linak Gunnar, 23, Tove Knutsen Ashill, 56, Hanna M. Orvik Endresen, 61, and Kai Hauge, 32 years old. Police have used these identities to spread its website, reports the BBC. In addition to the officially confirmed so far, has emerged that a brother of Princess Mette Marit, Trond Berntsen, is among the victims, and on Sunday the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said during the funeral on behalf of Tore Eikeland, a 21 year old whom he described as "one of the most talented young politicians." Chief of Police, Sveinung Sponheim, explained that progressively published the names of the victims after they have completed the identification process and the families of the deceased have been informed.

Berlusconi paid a penalty of more than 560 million euros regarding Mondadori case

The business group Fininvest, owned by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been paid the penalty of about 560 million euros imposed by the Court of Appeal of Milan on corruption unleashed in the struggle for control of Mondadori. The Italian conglomerate CIR (Industrial Companies Reunidas), recipient of the penalty, said in a statement Tuesday that this concrete has received 564.2 million euros of Fininvest, by way of compensation for property damage caused by not having been able to control of Mondadori.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

More than 150,000 people attended a march against violence in Oslo

More than 150,000 people participated in the "March of the Roses" in Oslo and other Norwegian cities to honor the 76 people killed in the twin bombings on Friday in the capital and the social democratic youth camp. In Oslo, people marched with torches and flowers in the center of the capital, near where the car bomb exploded, led by Crown Prince Haakon and the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg on Labour.

U.S. debt, Obama fight opposition

Reducing the deficit. At any cost. Barack Obama in a speech to the nation, stresses the importance of a debt agreement. He explained that if this impasse continues, "will produce incalculable damage." The American president is concerned, "we have the world's eyes on him." Reaches out to Republicans, Ronald Reagan quotes, and just asks the Americans to press Congress to break the deadlock.

Malta's parliament finally approved a divorce law

The Maltese parliament Monday approved final divorce law, which, once it occurs the passage of the rule by the country's president, George Abela, Malta will be the only state in the European Union that does not include this legal. According to the newspaper 'Times of Malta', with 52 votes in favor, 11 against and five abstentions, the House of Representatives gave its approval to a rule that already favored the Maltese on 28 May referendum more than 52 percent consensus.

Horn of Africa: Deadly Consequences

Twelve million people are affected by food shortages in East Africa, hundreds of thousands are threatened by death, tens of thousands are already starved out - the numbers are bad. The situation remains dramatic even when the numbers are exaggerated by interested parties in fact.

Equally exaggerated perhaps, as the sums of money were needed to alleviate the distress. That urgently needs to be helped - which can be helped - that is beyond question. Not sure this also has two faces; drought is not the same drought. Again, it is clear that it has deadly consequences when functioning state structures are missing, if there are no governments have for gangs and Islamist militias in control.

Norwegian police cut to 76 victims in the twin bombings

Oslo. .- The Norwegian police today revised downward the total number of victims of the twin bombings occurred last Friday. While so far estimated at 93 fatalities, the security forces have reduced the number to 76 because, as mentioned, the difficulty in collecting the information coming from the island of Utoya, where the most deadly was.

Specifically, the Norwegian police on Monday has reduced from 86 to 68 the number of people killed by gunfire from the island of Utoya and raised seven to eight the number of fatalities in the bomb attack against the registered office Government in Oslo, which reduces from 93 to 76 the definitive statement of the dead, reports the BBC.

Templar inspired Breivik fanaticism

In his manifesto published on the Internet, the author of the attacks in Oslo itself as a "Knight Templar" and says that the legendary military order to this day shrouded in mystery, was relaunched recently as nine years in London with order to eliminate Islam in Europe. After seven centuries of the dissolution of the Order of the Temple, its self-proclaimed successors are hundreds, beyond Behring Norwegian Anders Breivik.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Chronology: What happened on the island Utøya

As the blond man in police uniform began shooting, many of the youngsters on the Norwegian island Utøya initially would not believe that what they saw was real. But then when they realized that really the blood from gunshot wounds of the first victims ran, they ran for their lives. An overview of the events from the perspective of survivors.

At least 143 wounded in clashes in Cairo

At least 143 people were injured in the district of Abbasseya Cairo in clashes between protesters seeking the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces - to govern the country on an interim basis since the fall of Hosni Mubarak - to accelerate reforms implemented in the country and opponents, as reported by the Health Ministry's Central Security forces and the army have cordoned off protesters in Abbasseya, where residents have attacked them with stones and Molotov cocktails.

A nurse accused of killing five patients

A nurse for 27 years, Rebecca Leighton, is on trial for having manipulated blood transfusions, injecting a solution of table salt instead of insulin, causing the deaths of five patients at the hospital in Stockport, near Manchester. The nurse has been accused of having endangered the lives of six people and theft of drugs, without any known reason for their actions.

The events became known a week ago and police were deployed at the site. The woman was arrested Wednesday and questioned for several days.

Chavez returned to Venezuela after the first phase of his fight against cancer

The President of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, said today that the analysis was conducted in Cuba found no malignant cells in body, but said he should continue the treatment because the risk still exists.

Norway remembers victims

Hundreds of people have attended Mass in the Oslo Cathedral in memory of those killed in the twin bombings on Friday in Oslo and a youth camp in the neighboring island of Utoya. The death toll has risen to 93, according to the Norwegian newspaper "VG." On the eve of the Oslo Cathedral, Victoria and Alexandra Stokka Sanderod waiting with tearful eyes to a blanket of flowers that the Norwegian people have spread spontaneously to remember the victims of the double attack against Norway occurred last Friday.

Germany paid 100 million euros to the Libyan rebels

The German Government to Libyan Transitional Council, composed of the rebel faction of the country, 100 million to address humanitarian and civil matters, as reported on Sunday the Foreign Minister of Germany, Guido Westerwelle.

Afghanistan, killed an Italian soldier

Another Italian victim in Afghanistan. A military mission from the beginning of the 41st, was killed in an attack northwest of Bala Murghab, in the western part of the country. Two other soldiers were injured: one was in serious condition, emntre the other would not be life threatening.

During a joint operation between Italian soldiers and Afghan forces in the area northwest of the valley of Bala Murghab the unit which was also attended by the Italian military was attacked. During the shooting an Italian soldier was killed, while two others are wounded.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Norwegian Prime Minister calls the twin bombings of national tragedy

The Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has called "national tragedy" yesterday's twin bombings against their registered offices in the government district of Oslo and anti social youth camp on the island of Utoya that has left at least 91 victims . Jens Stoltenberg has stated that this is the worst attack suffered by Norway since the Second World War.

In his opinion, "there is no reason to increase the level of threat to the kingdom." Stoltenberg made this statement at a hearing this morning after police encrypt the morning last at least 84 the number of deaths on the island, where hundreds of young people participating in a youth camp of the Social Democrats, the party of prime minister.

Chavez started the second week of cancer treatment in Cuba

Havana. - The president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, today hailed from Havana to the "world smiling" and "life singing," after announcing yesterday that it is prepared to implement a second cycle of chemotherapy treatment for cancer. "Rising sun in Havana! Good Morning, World Smiling! Good morning, Life Singing! Good morning, Venezuela Bella! Will live and win!" Wrote the president in his account of the social network Twitter to launch its second week today stay in the Cuban capital.

At least 91 killed in double attack on the Norwegian Government

Norway has experienced this day the black Friday. Two hours after a large explosions shook the government district of Oslo, destroying the offices of the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, and other government buildings, has suffered a second attack. A man who has already been stopped, opened fire on a camp of the ruling Labour Party on the outskirts of Oslo, where Prime Minister was giving a lecture this Saturday.

Norway, the Norwegian suspected killer is "love classical music and the video game"

 The Norwegian police, in shock as the entire country, has provided limited information on those responsible for the massacre. Set aside since the evening of Friday, the track Al Qaeda, investigators have focused on the neo-Nazi.

The only arrested - a Norwegian 32 year old - has far-right ideas and is anti-Islamic. Anders Breivik BEHRINGER - this is its name - was captured on the island where he completed the slaughter of young socialists. On the page "Facebook" - which is always his - the alleged killer is described as: conservative, Christian, loves classical music and computer games Modern Warfare 2 (of war) and World Warcraft.

Arrested over 275 demonstrators in protests in Malawi

More than 275 people were arrested in Malawi last Thursday by the protests that led to 18 deaths, indicated on Friday a police spokeswoman. The protests, the most violent since the country declared African democracy in 1994, have degenerated into armed robbery, looting scenes in several stores and clashes between protesters and security forces have fired live ammunition in several cities.

More than 200 people were arrested in Lilongwe, the capital, 30 in Blantyre, the economic capital, and 45 in Zomba, the former colonial capital, explained the spokesman Davie Chingwalu. According to the spokesman, the detainees are "simple criminals" who have participated in many raids.

Belgium agrees to form a government after more than 400 days without Executive

The Francophone Belgian socialist leader Elio Di Rupo, has moved this evening to King Albert II, finally the eight political parties and four-four French-speaking Flemish, have laid the groundwork for negotiating the establishment of the new government, after more than 400 days without running, which is a world record.

The agreement was made possible after nearly seven hours of talks began on Thursday, when Belgium celebrated its national holiday. Public broadcaster RTBF reports that apparently the president of the Party Christian Democratic and Flemish (CD & V), Wouter Veke would have returned to their initial conditions to isolate the discussion regarding the constituency Brussels Hal Vilvoorde (BHV) and leave the rest of items in abeyance.

Prince Andrew leaves his position as British trade ambassador after scandals

Prince Andrew, son of the Queen of England, will represent the commercial interests of the UK and abroad. So says several British media on Thursday, linking the decision to the scandalous revelations about the personal integrity of the Duke of York. Andrew, 51, fourth in line of succession to the throne, was under pressure to leave the post after the publication last month that maintained relations with controversial figures such as U.S. millionaire Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted pedophile.

Friday, July 22, 2011

The Libyan rebels asked financial aid to Spain to rebuild the country

The Prime Minister of the National Transitional Council (CNT) of Libya, Mahmoud Jibril, has asked the Spanish Government financial aid to rebuild the country and meet the needs of the Libyan people as the dictator Muammar Gaddafi does not leave the power. Jibril has made this request to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trinidad Jimenez, in a meeting on his official visit to Spain.

Hadzic could be extradited on Saturday

The Serbian war crimes suspect Goran Hadzic, wanted for the last international justice could be delivered to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) based in The Hague on Saturday, his lawyer said today. The extradition process can take seven days at most, began on Wednesday, hours after his arrest.

Take Your Partner agobado today told reporters in Belgrade that will not appeal the extradition and the transfer could take place on Saturday when the statutory deadline expires for filing appeals. In the days in police custody in Belgrade, Hadzic wants to see his family, he said. Former Croatian Serb leader during the war (1991-1995) Hadzic, 52, was arrested on Wednesday after seven years of flight.

David Cameron: From knowing what I know now, would not have hired Andy Coulson

"You live and learn, and believe me, I learned," said British Prime Minister, David Cameron, in his appearance before the British Parliament. He described the consequences of their decision to hire Andy Coulson, former editor of the late tabloid News of the World ', closed because of the scandal tracks that has shaken the British media and political life.

Cameron said his responsibility in terms of Coulson is limited to its decision to hire him during his time as a personal adviser and press secretary in Downing Street, and acknowledged it was a mistake. "Had I known what I know now, in retrospect, would not have done," he said. Also, the Prime Minister said that Coulson has assured that he knew nothing of listeners on News of the World ', to then make a defense of the presumption of innocence ("I have a vision a little dated," he quipped, "I think everyone is innocent until proven guilty").

The repression of the Syrian army increases in Homs

Beirut The Syrian Army has increased the repression of demonstrations for democratic reforms in the city of Homs in central-western Syria, said on Thursday activists and residents. Ahmed, township resident, said "there are dead and many people have been arrested." "We are very scared," he added. Another resident said the area hospital is asking people to donate blood to treat the wounded coming from Bab Sbaa, a suburb of the town.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Cameron speaks to the Murdoch affair: A new dawn for British politics?

Now Prime Minister David Cameron in parliament tried to go on the offensive. For the lower house on Wednesday was postponed because of the scandal, especially the beginning of the summer break by one day. The Prime Minister himself is hurriedly returned from a trip to Africa ended prematurely London.

France agrees that Qaddafi in Libya can stay if he leaves the political scene

 - The French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said today that Muammar Gaddafi in Libya could remain provided they leave power and leave the political scene. "One of the hypotheses considered is living in Libya but one condition is that you clearly outside the Libyan policy. Is what we expect before activating the political process of the ceasefire," Juppe said in an interview to television channel "LCI".

Murdoch's newspapers strengthen their security after hacker attack

The group of British newspapers of Rupert Murdoch asked his staff to change their passwords and security increased after pirates attacked the website of his tabloid The Sun, according to sources said Tuesday. Hackers redirected Monday at The Sun online readers to a fake page that reported that Murdoch had been found dead in his garden.

Members of the group of pirates LulzSec, who had recently announced its dissolution, claimed responsibility for the attack in a message on Twitter and said they were preparing more attacks online. They also wrote jokes and insults against Murdoch and his media empire, wrapped in a wiretapping scandal that has rocked British society has reached the Prime Minister David Cameron.

Mubarak have episodes in which momentarily lost knowledge

"The health of former President Hosni Mubarak is stable, but has an irregular heartbeat and therefore loss of consciousness from time to time. He has difficulty concentrating," announced the official Egyptian news agency 'Mena', citing a medical source. These allegations come after a week that last Sunday, the former president's lawyer, Farid el-Deeb, declared that Mubarak was in a coma.

"I have been informed of the severe deterioration of the health of Mubarak and I am en route to Sharm el-Sheikh, where he is hospitalized. All I know is in a coma, I have no details," he said then. However, these statements were denied by members of the hospital. Mubarak has been hospitalized since April.

The Belgian King notes that the national crisis could damage the Europe

The Belgian King Albert II said today that the severe political crisis in the country (which has more than 400 days with a functioning government) may ultimately affect European integration. "Our current situation creates concern our members and could harm our position within Europe and even the momentum of European construction," the monarch said in a speech televised nationwide.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

A teenager has been arrested for killing his parents at home

A 17-year-old is accused of killing his parents with a hammer and then call home to dozens of friends to a party while the parents' bodies lying in the bedroom, police said on Monday in Port Saint Lucie (Florida). Tyler Hadley is charged with two counts of first degree murder, a fact that would have happened on Saturday, officials said.

The young man held without bail at a juvenile detention center. The parents, Blake and Mary-Jo Hadley, believed to have been beaten with a hammer on their heads and torsos sometime after your child invite their friends to a "mega party" that night at his home around 1 : 15 pm Saturday. Researchers believe that the parents objected to the party, and the young man then attacked them, hid the bodies in the master bedroom just before the festivities begin.

Anonymous: arrested sixteen hackers

At least 16 alleged hackers, members of the network likely Anonymous, had been arrested by the FBI in the United States and Europe. The arrests are the result of investigations carried out raids in recent days by the hacker group in support of the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange.

Under investigation there are the violations of Apple's servers, and financial groups, including MasterCard and Visa, and PayPal online payment system. The arrests were made in California, Florida, New Jersey. Five others were arrested in Britain and the Netherlands. Previously, investigators had carried out searches in New York and Long Island, seizing documents and computers.

Israel stopped the ship that could come out from Greece to Gaza

No incidents or clashes, the Israeli Navy intercepted the French ship-Al Karama Dignité with 16 people on board (pro-Palestinian activists, crew and journalists) who wanted to reach the Gaza Strip. From ten o'clock, the Israeli navy had contact with the captain of the vessel to that required in English and French do not go towards Gaza.

"They will enter an area declared a naval blockade governed according to international law," the soldiers told him. Before the command Shayetet 13 get in the boat about 60-70 miles off the coast of Gaza, the army added: "We have reminded them that any supply they can do legally by land and can move to the Israeli port of Ashdod or Egyptian ports.

Iran announces the installation of new centrifuges to enrich uranium

Iran announced today that the new generation of centrifuges to enrich uranium to 20 percent have begun to be placed on the country's nuclear facilities. In his regular press conference on Tuesday, the spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Ramin Mehmanparast, said that "the installation of new centrifuges, advances in the field of peaceful nuclear activities of the country are made more quickly and better quality.

Murdoch denies any guilt

The US-Australian media magnate Rupert Murdoch has apologized to the victims of the eavesdropping scandal in Great Britain. But he himself will not accept any responsibility for it. "That to me is the day the greatest humility," Murdoch said on Tuesday during a hearing held by the Culture Committee of the British Parliament.

Ten PR British police worked for Murdoch

The head of the outgoing Metropolitan Police, Sir Paul Stephenson said Tuesday that 10 members of staff of the Directorate of Public Affairs (DPA) British police had worked for the ill-fated News of the World. Stephenson said that a former employee of the newspaper Murdoch and scholars representing nearly a quarter of the staff of that address, which consists of a total of 45 employees.

He said that his statement of resignation was not an attack on Prime Minister David Cameron, for his handling of the scandal tracks. "Of course it was not my intention to attack the prime minister and say that you can not trust him," Stephenson said before the parliamentary committee investigating the crisis engulfing News Corporation, owned by Rupert Murdoch, and the relationship of empire means the Australian and British police.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

An entire family died crossing a river

Tragedy has struck a family visiting this weekend Patalpani town in central India. Iban picnic and had to cross a river. Most people in the group that had happened to the other shore safely. But suddenly, the water level started to grow. The five family members were stuck in the middle of river. His companions were distressed look.

They can not do anything for them. The water just washed them. Three of them have been found dead and two are missing, but there is little hope of finding them alive. At the moment, has not transcended nationality.

A German priest admits molesting three children over the years

A Catholic priest in the city of Salzgitter Germanic has admitted sexually abusing three minors for years, said today the Prosecutor of Braunschweig in the state of Lower Saxony (north), which is now investigating if more victims . In late June, the mother of one child, at the beginning of the abuse in 2004 was 10, reported the priest, arrested last Saturday shortly before leaving for a few colonies.

Cameron: Scotland Yard's situation is different from the British Government

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, refused on Monday that his government is in a similar situation to that of Scotland Yard, after the chief commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (Met), Paul Stephenson, and his deputy John Yates, resign over the scandal of the listeners 'News of the World'. Both resigned from his post for his relationship with Neil Wallis, the former deputy director of the newspaper by Rupert Murdoch who also worked as a consultant for the Met.

An airplane pilot crashes into the house of his mother

Still not sure what led to Konrad Schmidt, 47, to crash his plane into the house of his mother. The police is investigating whether it is intentional or simply the pilot wanted to see near home and ended up catching up. It could even be a fatal accident.

In any case, Konrad Schmidt died as a result of the impact. His mother, Rosemary Schmidt, 69, was miraculously saved, as he was on the opposite side of the house. The clash not only destroyed the house, but-well-off a fire and, to top it off, firefighters had to tear down several walls during the rescue.

Obama receives various multimillionaires who promise to help the economy

The U.S. president, Barack Obama, will be presented today at the White House several billionaires who have committed to contribute to society and the economy, according to government sources. The White House said that Bill and Melinda Gates, Warren Buffett, Steve and Jean Case, Mark Zuckerberg and George Lucas, among others signed a "pledge" will come on Monday at the State Banquet Hall to meet with the president.

Interceptions, Murdoch to bid farewell

- Rupert Murdoch, the founder of News Corp, planned to leave the reins of his team for over a year. The Wall Street Journal reports on Tuesday, explaining that "even before the scandal emerged in recent weeks, Mr. Murdoch planned to resign from his post as CEO in favor of Chase Carey, chief operating officer of the group." "Under this scenario, Murdoch would remain as president," reports the business newspaper, citing sources familiar with the matter.

Monday, July 18, 2011

The Dalai Lama is a sincere concern for Obama on the situation in Tibet

The President Barack Obama met Saturday at the White House with the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, despite China's protests about the previous meeting. Beijing stated Friday that the Tibetan religious leader uses these visits to "divide" the country. To try to mitigate the anger of the Chinese government, Obama tried to subtract some officers to the meeting.

Therefore, according to U.S. media, the meeting took place in the Oval Office, but in another room of the White House. The press had no access to the event. After the meeting, the Dalai Lama told the AFP news agency that Obama had shown a "genuine concern" about the situation of human rights in Tibet.

Chavez delegate some powers to his deputy before returning to Cuba to be treated

For the first time in over a dozen years in office, the president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, gave some of his powers and administrative powers to his deputy and finance minister, after receiving authorization from the National Assembly to leave the country on the island and continue the fight against cancer.

"I will delegate to the vice president and Jorge Elias Jaua Gordani  some decisions up to me now touch me, signatures and decisions, here is the decree," Chavez said in a televised cabinet meeting. Chavez was approved Saturday by the national parliament to travel to Cuba, the president request made on Friday in order, he said, starting the second stage of the cancer treatment consisting in applying chemotherapy.

Mubarak said in coma

The former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has fallen into a coma, according to his lawyer. He had been informed of a sudden deterioration in health, the lawyer Farid al Dib on Sunday said the news agency Reuters, without giving further details.

By a person familiar with the process it was said that Mubarak sometimes fall into a coma, but the condition was stable. The director of the luxury-Sinai Hospital in Bath Sharm el Sheikh, Mubarak is staying in since June under arrest denied, however, that he had fallen into a coma. Reported this to the Egyptian news website "youm7".

Dramatic rescue of a child in India

Just a slip and Chiku enough Banvasi, four years would be engulfed by the waters. Little got there when he was bathing with his uncle. The rise of the river Narmada caught him unawares. The neighbors tried to get reaching a branch but, despite numerous attempts, they succeeded. They fell and the boy was at the mercy of the waters at the horror of his family watched the scene distraught.

That's when everyone starts running after Chiku, which disappears between eddies. Their families are thrown into the water and suddenly get it. They manage to take the child out of the river, although unconscious and half-drowned. Now, Chiku Banvasi recovers in the hospital and is stable.

Libyan Rebels fight in the streets of Brega, oil enclave

After a four-day offensive, the rebels have managed to break today Libyan defenses raised by the troops around the enclave gadafistas Brega oil, 78 miles west of Ajdabiya, and led the fighting in the streets of the town. Rebel commanders have told Efe that the militants have managed to penetrate the city's residential area, but have not yet managed to control it.

"500 soldiers have come to recognize in the city, others are following them. By the time night falls the city will be ours," said Efe field commander Abdul Jawad.

News of the World: The London police chief resigns

The head of the London Police Department Scotland Yard, Paul Stephenson, has resigned from his position. To Him be the extent of the spying affair was not clear, he told several television channels.

Stephenson explained at a press conference on Sunday evening, also the step with the "speculations and accusations" about connections from Scotland Yard to the newspaper group News International, publisher of Rupert Murdoch. He was in the afternoon the Home Secretary and the Mayor informed of his intention to resign as head of Scotland Yard, said Stephenson.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

NATO will continue bombing Libya in August during Ramadan

NATO will continue its military operations in Libya also during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which takes place in August, although some countries had asked for a truce. "We decided to continue military pressure in August because, according to several Arab countries, there is no contradiction between religious rules during the month of Ramadan and our military intervention," said French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe in Istanbul where it meets the Contact Group on Libya.

Syria lives another 'Friday blood' with dozens of dead

London .- At least 16 people have died in the various demonstrations that Friday in Syria, four of them in Damascus, according to local sources of Human Rights. The state news agency, SANA, reported that a member of the security forces have killed and eight wounded in Homs. Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets Friday to celebrate the 'Friday the Prisoners of Freedom' and demand an end to the regime of Bashar al Assad.

U.S. government debt: Obama represents Ultimatum

President Barack Obama on Friday called for an agreement ultimately in the dispute over the debt limit. While the president reiterated at a press conference at the White House to demand that the negotiators of both parties would reach an agreement within 36 hours, the groups came together on Capitol Hill separate meetings behind closed doors.

Two thousand evacuated after Indonesian volcano eruption Lokon

The Indonesian volcano Lokon erupted tossing rocks, lava and ash caused no victims four days after authorities had declared a red alert in the area, official sources reported on Friday. The eruption began around midnight and caused the brush fire in the surroundings without compromising your neighbors.

The Lokon, north of Celebes, plumes released last weekend that led volcanologists to declare the highest alert in a radius of 3.5 kilometers around the volcano. About 2,000 people were evacuated from the danger zone since Monday and relocated to a sports hall and several schools. The head of the control center of volcanoes, Farid Bina Rustanda said, "we anticipated the eruption, we are well prepared." About 30,000 people live in the vicinity of Lokon, a volcano of 1,580 meters, located 20 kilometers from the regional capital, Manado.

Several injured, including journalists, in new protests in Amman

Madrid. .- Several people were injured Friday in Amman during a demonstration to demand reforms in Jordan that has been harshly repressed by the Jordanian security forces, as reported by various local and international media. As reported by the spokesman for the Department of Public Safety Lt. Col. Mohammad Khatib was quoted by the state agency Petra, seven policemen were injured, two of them stabbed while trying to stop the clashes between protesters and supporters of the regime Amman.

Friday, July 15, 2011

A bomb caused four deaths in a mosque in Kandahar

At least four people have died, including the president of the provincial Ulema Council, and eleven were injured Thursday as a result of a suicide bombing inside a mosque in Kandahar ( Southern Afghanistan) during a funeral for the brother of President Hamid Karzai, Ahmed Wali Karzai, according to government sources.

"The bomb killed the Council of Ulema of Kandahar and wounded more than eleven people who were in the mosque to pray for Ahmad Wali Karzai," who was killed last Tuesday, reported the press office of the Government. The television channel Tolo TV has reported a second explosion near the temple, but has not given details.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

The French Parliament approves to extend the intervention in Libya

Paris .- The French National Assembly today approved by an absolute majority the extension of the gala intervention in Libya, beyond the four months originally planned by the French Constitution. The debate lasted two hours and then each group had five minutes to defend their position, during which, despite the reservations of environmentalists, he consented to the continuation of France in it.

Air France, ordered to pay 400,000 euros to two families of victims of Flight Rio-Paris

A court in Toulouse on Tuesday condemned to Air France and its insurer, Axa, to pay more than 400,000 euros in provisions for compensation to the families of two pairs of passengers on the flight Rio-Paris, which fell on the Atlantic Ocean in 2009. Specifically, the judge ordered the payment of 203,235 euros for a family of Saint-Jean (near Toulouse) and another 203,235 euros to the children and parents a couple of Gironde, the newspaper Le Monde.

David Cameron, ready to testify in the scandal tracks

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, stated on Wednesday in Parliament would be prepared to testify in the case so requires the judge to investigate the illegal wiretapping scandal carried out by News of the World ', the property by Rupert Murdoch's Sunday and has stopped running by this scandal. The 'premier' was questioned about whether he would explain: "Pro course," he said.

Cameron also announced that Judge Lord Brian Leveson will be responsible for the judicial investigation into illegal wiretapping, which has the authority to ask for statements from different witnesses. The first report on this investigation will be known within a year. These witnesses, who must do so under oath, there will be journalists, media managers, police and politicians of all political formations.

A suicide bomber kills five French soldiers in Afghanistan

France confirmed today that there are five French soldiers killed by a suicide bombing in the eastern Afghan province of Kapisa, which also killed an Afghan civilian and four soldiers and three civilians were wounded. The attack took place in the district of Tagab, when a patrol was involved in the protection of a "shura" or assembly of notables and a terrorist committed suicide by exploding a bomb near the military, the Elysee said in a statement.

Japan's Prime Minister on Anti-nuclear course

The Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan aims that Japan may one day get out of nuclear energy. In a short press conference he convened in Tokyo on Tuesday evening called for a shift in energy policy. "We need to develop a company that can give up nuclear energy," he said.

The country needed after the disaster of Fukushima and given the "great danger of nuclear accidents" gradually reduce its reliance on nuclear power. Kan therefore wants to promote the development of renewable energies. Already this week, Parliament will start discussions of an appropriate bill.

Egyptian elections delayed

Egyptian legislative elections scheduled for next September will be held in October or November, as announced Wednesday the official agency Mena. Several political parties called for a delay of these first elections after the fall of the regime of Hosni Mubarak Arafat, believing that may not be ready in September.

"It has been decided to hold elections for the People's Assembly and the Shura Council [upper house] next October or November," said a military source quoted by Mena. The Superior Council of the Armed Forces, headed the country since the fall of Mubarak had announced on 28 March that the legislation would be held in September.

Mumbai attack "invisible to radar"

 The Indian security services had intercepted in February, messages that spoke of possible attacks in July by the Mujahedin India. And the information was passed to local authorities to adopt countermeasures. But the problem - they have added intelligence sources - is that the terrorists have formed two focus groups with elements unknown to the police.

Murdoch withdraws bid for BSkyB channel

The company News Corporation's Rupert Murdoch on Wednesday withdrew its offer to acquire all the shares of the British Channel to the growing reluctance BSkyB in the UK after the scandal of wiretaps conducted by journalists from one of their tabloids. "News Corporation withdrew its proposal," the group said in a statement, giving up and buying the 61% of the satellite television firm.

"Clearly it is too difficult to progress in this environment," said vice president of News Corporation, Chase Carey, in the note. The announcement came hours before the House of Commons voted a motion, supported by the major parties, which called on Murdoch to withdraw his bid because of the scandal of illegal wiretapping of the Sunday News of the World '.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Clashes between Protestants and Catholics in Belfast.

Violent clashes have erupted Tuesday in the streets of Belfast resulting in 22 injuries among the security forces after the completion of Protestant marches in Northern Ireland, as reported by media close to the police. Like every year, thousands of members of the Orange Order took to the streets to commemorate the victory of Protestant King William of Orange over the Catholic James II at the Battle of Boyne in 1690, shows that often cross nationalist areas.

Brown accused News International

London .- Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown today accused News International, part of Rupert Murdoch's media empire, to resort to "known criminals" to get personal information when he was in power. In an interview with the BBC, Brown accused the group of having ties to the world of "underworld" and favored an investigation into the abuse of power by News International.

The scandal over illegal wiretapping of "News of the World" has affected Brown allegedly spied on by other News International media group, namely "The Sunday Times" and possibly "Sun", according to British media. The Labour former leader referred to information obtained in recent years to cover the front page of the Sunday "The Sunday Times" and stating that he had bought an apartment property tycoon Robert Maxwell press at a reduced price.

The Government of Pakistan threatens to withdraw its troops from the Afghan border

The Government of Pakistan has threatened to withdraw on Tuesday some of their troops deployed against the Taliban allies of al Qaeda in northwestern Pakistan after the U.S. announcement of the suspension of part of its military aid to Islamabad. "The next step is for the government or the armed forces to withdraw its troops from the border areas" in Afghanistan, said the Pakistani minister of defense, Ahmad Mukhtar, a private television Express.

Earthquake shakes Taiwan

An earthquake of 5.4 magnitude on the Richter scale rocked Taiwan without causing casualties. The earthquake, which was centered 52.3 miles south of the eastern city of Hualien, shook buildings in Taipei, said the Central Weather Bureau of the island. In Taipei, the quake caused panic and caused many people to depart from the buildings, the agency said Fire Island.

Taiwan is located in a seismic zone and frequent earthquakes recorded. In 1999, the island was shaken by an earthquake measuring 7.6 which killed over 2,400 people.

Clinton: Assad has no more legitimacy

The Syrian regime of President Bashar al Assad has lost his legitimacy to Washington's view. It had "reacted to the peaceful protests of the people with more violence, more arrests and more intimidation," Clinton said Foreign Minister on Monday evening after a meeting with EU foreign policy chief Ashton in Washington.

Killed five suspected al Qaeda terrorists in Yemen in air strike

At least five suspected members of al Qaeda were killed last night and an undetermined number were wounded in an attack by the Yemeni air force in southern Yemen, Efe reported a military source. The source said the bombing took place in an area near a highway linking the capital city of Zinyibar-Abian province, with the town of Yaar.

The fighters of Al Qaeda and related groups and neighboring villages Zinyibar control since last May 27. Since then, the Yemeni army, backed by air force tries to retake the city from the hands of terrorists. Meanwhile, tribal sources claimed that tribesmen have joined the military in its fight against Al Qaeda.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Egyptian Prime Minister reshape the Government to preserve the Revolution

The head of the Egyptian government, Esam Sharaf, announced Monday that within a week will undertake a remodeling of its Executive in response to the demands of the demonstrators in Tahrir Square, for "preserving the revolution" of January 25, which ended the regime of Hosni Mubarak. In a televised address to the nation, Sharaf said several of the claims have once again take to the streets to thousands of Egyptians since last Friday, but gave no details of what the ministries affected by the remodeling.

NATO rescues a sinking boat about o with 60 immigrants

Several aircraft and a warship of NATO have rescued a boat carrying at least 60 migrants on board was about to sink off the coast of Libya, as reported by official sources of the Alliance. Early reports indicate a tug Cypriot immigrants than among Libyans have eight children and 17 women, including four pregnant.

All would be as safe, after the crew of the Spanish ship 'Juan de Bourbon' has provided them food and water. Both the Spanish ship and the tug of Cyprus remain in place to help the boat, which could involve the transfer of migrants to the 'Juan de Bourbon' or to be taken back to shore. The boat was spotted in international waters between Libya and Tunisia, about 50 kilometers northwest of Tripoli, a U.S. NATO aircraft.

Seven killed in a plane crash in Siberia

In a spectacular emergency landing of a Russian passenger plane on a river in Siberia has killed at least 7 people and 25 were injured, Interfax news agency reported based on sources from official bodies. The captain decided to land on water in the river Ob, after the engine of the Antonov An-24 caught fire.

During the maneuver the machine was broken and a fire occurred. Rescuers flew to the crash site difficult to access. The device, used for short journeys, traveling at least 33 people on board and headed to the city of Tomsk in Surgut, western Siberia. In recent years there have been several fatal accidents and the An-24, a turboprop-powered aircraft that began flying for almost 50 years.

Red alert in Indonesia by the strong increase in activity of the volcano Lokon

The Indonesian authorities have declared a red alert on Monday, the highest degree, by volcanic activity Lokon in the Celebes, and announced the evacuation of hundreds of people living nearby. The National Disaster Management Indonesia has been an increase in volcanic activity since Saturday, when a column of smoke and ash up to 500 meters out of the crater.

The Government has ordered the evacuation of people within a radius of 3.5 kilometers around the mountain to prevent problems in case of a major eruption. Almost 30,000 people live in the vicinity of this volcano of 1,580 meters, located in northern Celebes and 20 kilometers from the regional capital, Manado.

About 2,300 people evacuated in Bulgaria by a cloud of toxic gas

At least 2,300 people were evacuated today from the Bulgarian town Debelets due to the toxic gas cloud formed after a dump truck this morning and five tons of oil pour styrene. Sources of Civil Protection reported that the accident occurred when a truck carrying 20 tons of the chemical went off the road and overturned near the town of 4325 inhabitants, located 320 kilometers from Sofia.

Washington calls the Syrian ambassador

Washington .- The U.S. government will convene the State Department to the Syrian ambassador in Washington to express his sentence on Wednesday after a crowd of supporters of Syrian President Bashar Assad attacked the U.S. embassy in Damascus, as reported by a U.S. official. According to this source, no member of the embassy staff was injured in the incident, although there have been some damage.

Monday, July 11, 2011

U.S. suspends payment of $ 800 million in military aid to Pakistan

The U.S. government suspended - and in some cases canceled - a total of $ 800 million in military aid to Pakistan in response to Islamabad's decision to expel a number of U.S. military trainers and to pressure China to fight more effectively against terrorist groups in its territory, as reported by the newspaper 'The New York Times.
This amount is more than one third of the 2,000 million  the U.S. commitment to Pakistan for security assistance. About 300 million dollars of money is paid back to Islamabad blocked by its deployment of 100,000 troops along the border to fight against the Taliban and other armed groups.

Albania inaugurated a statue of George W. Bush

What has failed in his own country has made in Albania. Former U.S. President George W. Bush will be perpetuated in the small Balkan country of Muslim majority with a statue placed in Fushe Kruje, a town that welcomed him in 2007 as a true hero. The bronze statue is about 3 meters, shows Bush in shirt sleeves rolled left waving from a stone pedestal placed in the central square that bears his name and has been renovated for the occasion.

16 dead and 11 injured in a fire at a nursing home in Ukraine

At least 16 people have died and eleven others injured in a fire in a nursing home in the town of Beloye, in northwestern Ukraine, as the Ukrainian Emergencies Ministry. According to the official, the fire broke out after midnight and devastated 800 square meters of floor of the building only. Firefighters managed to extinguish the fire at 0530 local time.

Eleven people, including three in serious condition, were admitted to hospital Dubrovitski, the regional head. Two of the three seriously injured were members of the nursing staff. Initial investigations suggest the fire may have been caused by negligence or carelessness of people who were in the institution.

At least two civilians killed by bombing the Republican Guard in Yemen

Madrid. .- At least two civilians were killed and ten injured this last night as a result of artillery fire from the Republican Guard in Yemen against Al Rawdha district in Taiz (256 km south of Sana'a). According to local sources on Sunday said Al Jazeera, many buildings and homes were damaged and many families were forced to flee.

The firing of artillery and mortars continued throughout the night. In addition, there have been intense clashes in the districts of Al and Al Khamsa Setter in Taiz, including the Republican Guard and tribal militias linked to the so-called Revolution of Youth.

Israel fires a missile into Gaza

Israel's army has fired a missile into the eastern part of Gaza City before dawn on Sunday without any injury or damage occurred, according to preliminary information provided by the Palestinian news agency Maan. The Israeli attack occurs in response to the impact of two Kazam rockets at the Israeli municipality of Ashelon, located a few miles north of the border with Gaza.

According to information provided by China's Xinhua news agency, several F-16 jets to the Israeli Air Force flew over Gaza City and fired a missile into the district of Jabal al Rayes.

The new Moroccan constitution was "corrected" a day before the vote

The text of the Constitution adopted last Friday, July 1, the Moroccans was "corrected" one day before the vote, but voters have to know the correct time. The MAP news agency last night issued a statement from the General Secretariat of the government in ensuring that the text was debated for ten days contained a "clerical error" that was "rectified" in the day before the vote, but without explaining what was the error.

Middle East Conflict: 120 activists in Israeli detention

The Israeli police on Friday denied 130 pro-Palestinian activists to enter the Tel Aviv airport. On Sunday afternoon, waiting for another 120 participants to prevent a solidarity week in the Palestinian territories in two Israeli prisons for their deportation.

According to the Foreign Office were among only 13 of originally 15 Germans. It was expected that a large part still flies back on Sunday. The organizers of the "Welcome to Palestine" reported that about twenty German and Austrians wanted to travel to the West Bank. On the program were planned at the weekend according to Palestinian reports, some only a hundred people.

A chemical leak forced to stop the cooling system of Fukushima

The company that manages the nuclear Fukushima-1 has been reported to be forced to stop the water recycling system that works as well as radioactive cooling system of the reactors of the plant due to a leakage of chemicals of those used in the process. The manager, the company Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO), has colored the water in the cooling of reactors 1, 2 and 3 continues to operate with water and decontaminated.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Malaysia: Hundreds of protesters arrested

670 people were arrested at the rally banned by the government, said the federal police said in a statement. According to witnesses, riot police armed with batons were rounding up the protesters and dragged them into police vehicles. Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim told the news service via Twitter with the Internet, he had suffered from the tear gas "minor injuries".

Ex first lady Betty Ford dies

Betty Ford, the widow of former President Gerald Ford died today at age 93, five years after her husband. Betty Ford was the first lady of the United States between 1974 and 1977 and was known as the founder of an addiction rehab clinic in California and for his activism in favor of equality for women.

In a statement, President Barack Obama said: "Throughout his life, Betty Ford was distinguished by his courage and compassion," highlighting his work as an advocate for women's rights.

Berlusconi will pay 560 million euros for the Mondadori case

The Court of Appeal of Milan lowered to 560 (from 750) million euro penalty imposed on the business group of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, by way of compensation to the conglomerate CIR property damage caused in the struggle for control of Mondadori.

Gaddafi threatens to attack Europe send martyrs and claims Al Andalus

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said in a message to his followers that his regime will fall, and has called on NATO to stop its attacks on loyalist forces. "The regime in Libya will not be defeated. It relies on its people rather than Gaddafi. NATO is wrong if it believes it can bring down the regime in this country," said the Libyan leader in Sebha, 750 km south of Tripoli , a stronghold of the tribe to which he belongs.

An earthquake measuring 7.1 in Fukushima

The northeastern Japan has been rocked again by an earthquake measuring 7.1 on the Richter scale at 9:57 a.m. (local time) with epicenter in the east coast of the island of Honshu, at a depth of ten kilometers. The operator of the Fukushima nuclear power plant, TEPCO, has not reported any new damage.

However, caution has been evicted by the technicians of the plant. The Government has maintained for two hours a tsunami warning in the prefectures of Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima.

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Chavez suffers from colon cancer

Hours after he left the rest to visit the academy where he began his military career, 'The Wall Street Journal says that the disease that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, is colon cancer. The publication cites two sources that have detailed knowledge of the health of the president. On July 1, Chavez acknowledged through a televised speech that had been operated twice to remove a "tumor abscess with presence of cancer cells." Thus, the Venezuelan leader clarified rumors that had generated his stay of several weeks in Havana, where he underwent emergency surgery.

Thousands of Egyptians took to the streets to demand reforms to be speeded up

Thousands of people participated Friday in the Muslim prayers Friday in Cairo Tahrir Square, before the protest called to ask the ruling military junta in Egypt to accelerate the reforms required in the last revolution. In a festive atmosphere, men, women and many families with children, armed with Egyptian flags and newspapers to keep out the blazing sun shines today in Cairo, went to the plaza, where organizers hope to collect one million people.

Sofitel two employees say they have been invited by DSK to his room

Two employees of Sofitel, the Manhattan hotel where Strauss-Kahn stayed in May,  have declared the former IMF chief had invited them up to her room the night before his arrest, as reported by the New York Times on Friday and pick 'Le Monde'. In addition, the newspaper said a video camera recorded how "up in the elevator on the 1.20 of the night with a woman who worked at the hotel." It has been shown to this woman, but he did not "answer questions" about the reasono f the visit.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Albert and Charlene, honeymoon dream to forget the DNA test

A suite of 4,600 pounds per night  to convince the reluctant bride not to pack. It would be the fourth time in two months. According to the British press (in this case, the Daily Mail), this would be the solution adopted by Prince Albert of Monaco to persuade the newly married Charlene that their marriage can really work, in spite of three previous attempts to escape her, and she would have been caused by rumors that his father would like at least one other illegitimate child (but it speaks of two, the first 18 months, the other not yet born), which would add to Alexandre, 6 years, and Jazmin, 19.

Rumors of the death of the former president: Where is Jiang Zemin?

China is currently playing a bizarre game of cat and mouse game to watch. The occasion is the supposed death of former Party Chairman and State President Jiang Zemin. Last Friday, China celebrated the 90th Founding of the Communist Party. Actually a must for party leaders, current and former.

But Jiang Zemin was surprisingly not participate in the festivities. In the following days on the Internet circulated the alleged reason for Jiang's absence at the ceremonies: He was dead, the rumor spread like wildfire, which provided micro-blogs are so popular in China for a mass circulation.

TEPCO stops the cooling system at a nuclear plant for several sparks

The operator of the nuclear power plant in Fukushima Daini, near the central Daichi destroyed by the tsunami, stopped Thursday its cooling system in one of its reactors after the detection of various electrical sparks, as has been reporting agency Kyodo news. The plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power, hopes to be able to restore the cooling system in the plant's reactor number one Daini before the end of Thursday, according to Kyodo.

Murdoch announces the closure of the newspaper 'News of the World' after the scandal tracks

The chairman of News International, James Murdoch, announced Thursday the closure of the tabloid News of the World after the scandal of illegal wiretapping. The latest edition of British tabloid newspaper will be next Sunday. The scandal, which erupted in 2006, has been amplified this week to get debated in the House of Commons.

Scotland Yard revealed this week that in 2002 the News of the World, a flagship of the News International group and also one of the most money wins, pricked his mobile phone from a 13 year old girl who had disappeared from his home in Surrey County. On Thursday, the list of people stuck with the phone seems to have increased.

Olympic 2018 in Pyeongchang: The South celebrates the dream, the north is silent

Finally! The relief is high in South Korea. When the decision was announced in Durban, it was midnight. Nevertheless, already appeared in Pyeongchang first night revelers in the street, with banners, flags and fireworks. The mountain region is now coming to host the 2018 Winter Olympics to world fame.

Very traditional and modest gave some of the local residents said they felt "honored". "It's a dream come true", they heard from the capital's commentators. The dream had to wait a while to achieve. Only at the third application was Pyeongchang the contract, but the recent setbacks do not count anymore.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

The UK repatriated 500 soldiers in Afghanistan by the end of 2012

The UK is going to repatriate troops from Afghanistan "by the end of 2012," said Wednesday the British prime minister, David Cameron, two weeks after the announcement of a significant reduction of American troops deployed in this country.

Millions of AIDS patients could die if India restricts the production of generic drugs

Millions of AIDS patients "very poor" would die if India restricts the production of generic drugs against this sickness under the trade agreement with the European Union is currently negotiating , warned on Tuesday as the Joint United Nations Program for HIV-AIDS (UNAIDS).

In an interview with Reuters, the executive director of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibe, has warned that "millions will die if India can not produce" such cheap drugs and pointed to Africa "as the most affected" by this decision. The fact that about 86 percent of individuals treated for receiving AIDS drugs manufactured in India, says, makes this issue "in a matter of life or death." Therefore, Sidibé has explained, "India must resist to eliminate any flexibility, since any trade agreement that could lead to India" to limit their production capacity, will have "dire" consequences "for the rest of the world." India and EU are trading at today, a free trade agreement.

Killed 33 policemen and five civilians in an attack by Taliban in Afghanistan

After two days of fighting in eastern Afghanistan, 33 policemen and five civilians died after several Taliban offensives against several police stations, as announced on Wednesday the governor of Nuristan province. Moreover, at least 40 insurgents have died, as explained by Badr Jamaluddin, who said the fighting had occurred in Kamdesh district, bordering Pakistan.

"According to several reports in the area 33 border policemen and five civilians, including two women, have died," said the governor of Nuristan. According to the Interior Ministry, "terrorists coming across the Pakistani border have been attacked several police stations in the district of Kamdesh" border with Pakistan.

Obama responds to Twitter users from the White House

The U.S. president, Barack Obama responded Wednesday to questions from Twitter users. Obama has done from the East Room of the White House, under the watchful eyes of some users choose to attend as an audience. The event has been called Townhall Inspired by encounters between politicians and citizens in municipalities, and has eased one of the founders of Twitter, Jack Dorsey.

Users of the social network of 140 characters have previously been able to ask the U.S. president using the hashtag # askobama. The White House (@ whitehouse) announced the news on Twitter a few weeks ago and suggested users to send their questions about the economy and employment.

Cameron calls for an investigation into wiretaps of 'News of the World'

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, argued Wednesday before the Parliament opened an investigation into the alleged wiretaps conducted by the newspaper sensacionalistaNews of the World, owned by businessman Rupert Murdoch. "We must carry out an investigation, possibly several inquiries about what has happened," said Prime Minister to the House of Commons.

"Everyone in this Chamber and in this country, has been outraged by what he has heard and seen on their television screens," he continued. The British Parliament on Wednesday celebrated an extraordinary debate on the scandal of the wiretaps, which has been known that the newspaper agravadotras been able to access voice mail messages to several victims of crimes, including Milly Dowler, a 13 years old who was kidnapped and later murdered.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Banon filed charges: Strauss-Kahn threatened with rape proceedings in Paris

The former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn threatened proceedings for attempted rape of a young writer eight years ago. Strauss-Kahn's lawyers have already announced for this case, a libel suit. The prosecutor then decides whether it takes up investigation. The case has been known for several years in France and was picked up in books and on television.

Italy arrested three Anonymous relevant members

The Italian Police has reported on its website the arrest of three people who are supposed to relevant members of the "cell" of Anonymous in Italy. The police reported that the operation was conducted in collaboration with the Swiss authorities and has resulted in the intervention and record 32 homes and the arrest of three people, including a minor.

After the records, the Italian police have carried out the arrest of three people who define themselves as "leading figures in the cell Anonymous in Italy." The operation was performed after the judicial police specialized in computer crimes in Italy identified the objectives of registration.

The French activists will reach Gaza by boat on Friday

The activists who travel aboard the French ship of the Second Fleet for Freedom, which has already managed to leave Greek waters and is in international waters, are intended to reach the Gaza Strip, the final destination of this initiative, within 72 hours, according to Nicole Kill advance MEP-Nielsen.

The ship, 'Dignité Al Karama ", carries twelve activists, including French MEP and has managed to leave the waters of Greece because it is a pleasure boat and therefore was not among those who were controlling Hellenic authorities.

Discovery of an immense fortune in the Hindu temple sottorranei

It may seem like the plot of an old Eastern fable, or the latest chapter in the saga of Indiana Jones, but the incredible good fortune recently discovered in a temple in India, called "the mother of all treasures," is real and has rapidly captured the front pages of many international newspapers.

Last week a group of seven archaeologists has unearthed in the underground secrets of the Hindu temple Sri Padmanabhaswamy in Thiruvananthapuram, capital of the state of Kerala, a fabulous treasure from 900 billion rupees. In the secret chambers of the temple, the researchers found bags filled with diamonds, emeralds, rubies, sapphires, pearls and hundreds of thousands of gold coins and silver.

New York's Attorney is preparing to drop charges against DSK

The Office of New York agreed to drop charges of sexual assault and attempted rape hanging over the former IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn in his next hearing in court or even earlier, published today by the New York Post. "The credibility (of the applicant) is so bad right now, we know we can not keep a case with it," he told the newspaper an anonymous source which is identified as a "senior investigating the case ".

Gaddafi is willing to give up power in exchange for certain security guarantees

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is willing to give up power in exchange for security guarantees, as noted on Tuesday the Russian newspaper Kommersant. The newspaper said that several NATO members, notably France, Gaddafi can give the assurances requested. "To end the long conflict, the French are willing not only to unfreeze the accounts of the family of Colonel Gaddafi, but also to save the Hague Tribunal," said Kommersant.