Friday, May 13, 2011

HUNGARY - Descent into Hell

The new Constitution is the Constitution of the citizens. Which would, from Hobbes and Locke, the expression of a consensus based on the free will of citizens and on which their life together. Has been criticized Hobbes and Locke that a community organized according to these principles is not viable, because the social contract must also include the cultural heritage unique to the community.

Gadhafi says he is in a place where NATO can not reach you

Algiers. .- The Libyan leader, Muammar Qaddafi, refused today to be hurt and said he is in a place where NATO bombing will not be achieved, according to an audio message broadcast on Libyan state television. In his message, Gaddafi denied being injured and said to be in a place that can not be achieved by NATO bombs.

At the same time, condemned the recent NATO bombing calling them "cowards." Earlier, Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said it was credible the said Roman Catholic Bishop of Tripoli, according to which Gaddafi had probably been wounded and had fled from the Libyan capital.

Tajikistan - Offensive against the Islamization of society

Mubarak's wife in intensive care after suffering a heart attack

Cairo. .- The wife of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, Suzanne Thabet, joined today in the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital in Sharm al-Sheikh in South Sinai Peninsula after suffering a heart attack, medical sources said. The sources, quoted by the Egyptian state television, Suzanne Thabet explained that she was hospitalized on suspicion of suffering a heart attack after today ordered his preventive detention for 15 days.

The UN confirmed the deaths of some 800 Syrians because of the repressive regime

Between 700 and 850 people have died in Syria for the repression of the protests. This was said Friday the UN, which also reported that thousands of protesters have been arrested by the forces of the regime of Bashar Assad since the middle of last month. "We can not verify these numbers, but there are lists and we believe they are genuine," the spokesman said today the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Rupert Colville.

MEDIA - "World News Post" view of Zurich

World News Post is a newspaper pioneer in many ways. Starting with the address. Three years ago, the weekly Paris was established in the wild is the capital, in the district long notorious and deprived of Massena and the banks of the Seine. The dark Watt Street, just around the corner served as a backdrop for movies and novels.

Today, however, as part of a vast project Paris Left Bank, the former film set that represented the black 130 hectares surrounding the National Library of France (BNF) becomes visibly in futuristic district. BioPark, the complex of offices and laboratories in which the paper moved, forms the southeastern boundary of the redevelopment plan begun in north-west of Paris.

Remand for fifteen days for Mubarak's wife

Cairo. .- The Egyptian Ministry of Justice today ordered the arrest of fifteen days of Suzanne Thabet Saleh, wife of former President Hosni Mubarak, to carry out investigations on alleged charges of illicit enrichment. This announcement follows the questioning this morning from Suzanne Thabet of the crime in the coastal resort of Sharm el Sheikh, and one day after the ministry decided to extend for another two weeks the arrest of exmandatario.

In Paris, with stops in Lampedusa

"The Italian agents encouraged us to come to France. We said, ye may go." The sealed testimony was Love, 25, Tunisian fleeting passage by the Italian island of Lampedusa and now 'paperless' just landed in Paris. The French capital is the third stop on a long journey of escape that began three months ago.

"I left my country because I had fear of repression, violence, but also because there was no work. I decided the day that I realized that before the crisis could buy bread at any time of day and after noon there was nothing left, "says the refugee. Love (fictitious name chosen by himself) is one of the immigrants 'bounced' from Italy to France and one of the "guilty" of the diplomatic conflict between the two countries, worried about the flood of immigrants from Libya and Tunisia arrived in their territory .

CANADA - Hockey players are headed household

Ice hockey is no shortage of statistics: Goals, assists, penalty minutes, etc.. This is now a new slew of statistical indicators. They come this time of a study just published on concussions in the National Hockey League (NHL). Le Devoir, which relays the information, said that the data were collected for seven seasons.

First observation, hockey players tend to ignore symptoms Postcommotional. Among the most frequent headache (71%), dizziness (34%) and nausea (24%), which does not always prevent them from restarting play Another aspect of the study, the duration of unavailability of players following the shock.

Osama Bin Laden was home pornographic material

Washington. .- The late leader of al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, had pornographic material at his home in the Pakistani city of Abbottabad, where he died on 2 May during an assault by U.S. special forces, as reported by official sources Friday U.S.. The material is quite abundant, is newly recorded videos, according to sources that have reported the discovery Reuters on condition of anonymity.

Little do they know for sure is where in the house were found the videos or who saw them, nor if Bin Laden bought or saw them. According to some reports, housing had no connection to the Internet or landline, and it is unknown how they acquired their tenants the pornographic material. But in a video found there and released by the U.S.

Damascus promises a national dialogue, but continues with the crackdown on protests

At least two people were killed Friday in the Syrian city of Homs after security forces fired on protesters in another day of massive nationwide protests against President Bashar Assad, dubbed "Friday of the free." Hundreds of people protested in Homs shouting slogans against the president, his government and the Baath, which has governed since 1963.

"Go away, go away with his party," said carrying banners reading: "Syria, the country of freedom." Security forces also opened fire on protesters in the coastal city of Lattakia and used tear gas and batons to disperse concentrations in Aleppo in the north-east. In total, hundreds of soldiers were deployed throughout the country as well as dozens of tanks, to the expected mass protest called after traditional Friday prayers.

UNITED STATES - A year later, oil still pollute the coasts

A year after the explosion of the oil rig Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico, "oil seeps along the coast still in the midst of dying marsh grass," writes the daily New Orleans. The paper discusses the efforts made since April 20, 2010 in an attempt to protect and clean the shores of Louisiana, the state most affected by this disaster, caused by BP.

More than four million barrels of oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico.

Yemen takes to the streets to say enough to Saleh

Sana'a. .- Thousands of people demanded on Friday the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sana'a and other cities in Yemen after months of unrest that led to the poorest country in the Arab world to the brink of economic collapse. But in a defiant speech to thousands of supporters in the capital, Saleh said: "We will face a challenge with another challenge." Three people were killed and 15 wounded when troops fired on demonstrators in Ibb, a city south of Sanaa, witnesses and medics said.

The U.S. envoy to the Middle East will step down after two unsuccessful years

The U.S. special envoy for the Middle East, George Mitchell, plans to resign, according to U.S. government sources quoted by AP and Reuters. Mitchell led the unsuccessful effort of the Obama Administration to restart direct negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians. A government source quoted by Reuters said that the resignation of the veteran mediator, who in 1998 chaired the negotiations leading up to this Good Friday peace accords in Northern Ireland, will be announced by the White House this Friday.

ITALY - Rome renounces its nuclear program in return

"Nuclear Italian: the radioactive leak", as the leftist daily. "The government backed down." While a referendum, promoted by the opposition, is provided on the nuclear 12 and 13 June, the government of Silvio Berlusconi announced on April 19 have introduced an amendment which will be a halt to its program of returning to Nuclear.

This amendment must be voted on April 20 in the Senate. If passed, the government will set "a new national energy strategy" for the next twenty years. After the accident in Fukushima, which occurred March 11, Rome has decided to suspend the process of returning to nuclear energy source abandoned in the peninsula in 1987.

The Government of Bahrain destroys Shiite mosques and schools to suppress the rebellion

Madrid. .- The Government of Bahrain has destroyed several Shiite mosques and institutions in the context of the violent repression that has appeased the demonstrations calling for more democracy in the island on Friday denounced the Qatari Al-Jazeera. Bahrain is predominantly Shiite, but the ruling Al Khalifa family is Sunni.

At least 28 Shiite mosques and religious institutions have been destroyed since the start of the crackdown on protests in mid-March, as indicated by the Shiite opposition group Wefaq Al Jazeera, which in recent days has announced a series of reports criticizing the performance of the Bahraini authorities.

The Bishop of Tripoli said that Gaddafi is injured and left the Libyan capital

Italian Foreign Minister said Friday that the bishop of Tripoli, Giovanni Innocenzo Martinelli, said he "probably" Muammar Gaddafi is injured and left the Libyan capital as a result of NATO attacks. Franco Frattini told reporters from Tuscany that the words of religious are "credible." Government spokesman Colonel demintió the news, according to Al Arabiya.

"It makes no sense," said Musa Ibrahim. "The leader is in good shape and good humor.'s Running the country day after day. It was not hurt at all." On Wednesday, Bishop Martinelli said he was convinced that Qaddafi was alive and possibly had left Tripoli, but said that Libya is still in a desert area.

LIBYA - The UK will advise Libyan rebels

The British government is preparing to send military officers to advise the Libyan rebels against the forces of Muammar Qaddafi, announced in a daily. The team of a dozen men in particular will "assist the National Transitional Council to better protect civilians," said Minister of Foreign Affairs. Britain has however ruled out any deployment of troops on the ground.

The Libyan foreign minister said that the arrival of advisers would reduce the chances of peace in Libya.

Demjanjuk is released from prison in Munich after his conviction for Nazi crimes

Berlin. .- The Ukrainian John Demjanjuk was sentenced yesterday to five years in Munich cárcelpor complicity in the murder of 28,060 Jews during the Nazi, left prison today after ruling the judge for his release and while the Bavarian authorities will seek a home in Germany. Demjanjuk, 91, entered a Munich prison immediately after delivery by the U.S.

justice to Germany on May 12, 2009, and had since been remanded in custody. With the sentencing was opened for him an ambiguous term, since on the one hand, the sentence is not yet firm, his attorney announced that appeal and to its resolution may take another two years, and the other is not authorized to return to the U.S., where his family lives.

Bin Laden took refuge in the room with their wives and daughters before killing

Shortly before his death, Osama bin Laden took refuge in a room with their wives and daughters. The U.S. command eliminated the founder of Al Qaeda in his home in Abbottabad, Pakistan failed to kill the first attempt, when the terrorist leader, who was on a landing of the stairs to the second floor of his mansion-managed prevent the firing of SEAL will catch up.

The story of how they developed the "Operation Geronimo 'what CBS offered several government officials who had access to the videos that last May 2 the U.S. military recorded by a mini-cameras installed in their helmets. The military first entered the women's room of Bin Laden's daughters away to the terrorist leader, while the second shot to the chest of the world's most wanted man.

PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES - Hamas hunts down the killers of Vittorio Arrigoni

The webzine announced that the Hamas security forces launched an operation on April 19 in the Nuseirat refugee camp, located in the Gaza Strip to arrest the killers of Italian pacifist Vittorio Arrigoni, who was found hanged on April 15. According to interior ministry of Hamas, a Salafist Jordanian national has "thrown a bomb in the direction of his classmates, wounding one seriously and one slightly, before committing suicide." The man most seriously wounded succumbed to his wounds several hours later.

Italy believed that Qaddafi is injured and out of Tripoli

Rome. .- The Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said Wednesday that Muammar Gaddafi is injured and may have left Tripoli. "We have nothing new on Gaddafi. I think it's credible statement of the bishop of Tripoli, Bishop Martinelli, who has said he is likely to be out of Tripoli, Gadhafi and possibly injured.

But we do not know where," Frattini said in the Bagnaia, in the Tuscan province of Siena. According to Italian media, quoting the pan-Arab television Al Arabiya, the Libyan regime's spokesman, Ibrahim Moussa, denied today that Gaddafi is injured and has left the capital. Two days ago, the apostolic vicar in Libya, Bishop Giovanni Innocenzo Martinelli, said he was convinced that he was alive Muammar Gaddafi, who may have left Tripoli, but still in Libya, a desert area.

Mubarak and his wife in custody

Suzanne Thabet, wife of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, is in custody since Friday, where he stayed 15 days in the framework of research on their heritage, according to official news agency Mena reported. This decision came hours after Justice ordered that the same action against Mubarak, for the crime of illicit enrichment.

The Mubarak were questioned on Thursday by a team of researchers from the Ministry of Justice that seeks to "evidence that they have abused their position to enrich themselves illegally, officials said. Mubarak, 83, is from the April 12 international hospital in Sharm el-Sheikh after suffering a heart problem during an interrogation.