Saturday, July 2, 2011

The New York Attorney agrees to release Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Former IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn will not have to comply with the arrest, but is charged with allegations of sexual assault and attempted rape, decided today Judge Michael Obus. The judge "has not returned the passport" and he did not return the million dollars that had to pay to remain under house arrest after being indicted in seven counts.

Previously, prosecutors in New York had agreed to release on parole of former IMF managing director, charged with sexual assault and attempted rape of a woman last May. The prosecution, as was later confirmed, agrees to release Strauss-Kahn and restore the deposit paid when he was under house arrest.

Confirmed the identities of four suspects in the Hariri assassination

Lebanese Interior Minister, Marwan Charbel, confirmed Friday the names of four suspected Hezbollah cited in the arrest warrants issued by the UN tribunal, accused of the 2005 assassination of Prime Minister Rafic Hariri. "The names of four suspects released by the local media are the same as mentioned in the warrants of the special tribunal for Lebanon," said Charbel.

It is the Hezbollah operations chief, Mustafa Badreddine, another important member, Salim Ayyash and two low-profile, Asad Hasan Sabra and Aneiyssi. "Today we are witnessing a historic moment in the life legal, moral and security in Lebanon," said Hariri's son Saad Hariri, who was expelled from his post as prime minister in January, the newspaper 'The Guardian'.

Denmark approves setting up border controls, despite the reluctance of the EU

The Danish government on Friday brought forward in the Folketing (parliament) its plan to establish permanent customs checks at borders with Sweden and Germany, which has led to fears about the possibility of violating the Schengen treaty on free movement. After weeks of tough discussions, delays and speculation supports the Parliament today rejected a motion from the opposition that sought to overthrow the government agreement between the liberal-conservative, ultra-nationalist Danish People's Party (DF) and the only Christian Democrat deputy, Per- Oerum Joergensen.

Venezuela: Chavez confirmed cancer surgery

Just three weeks after his surgery in Havana, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has again shown on television. In a speech to the Venezuelan people, the 56-year-old president admitted at night to a Friday that the doctors had him removed to Cuba a cancer. He was initially on 10 Been operated on in June to an abscess in the pelvic area.

After that they had discovered a cancerous tumor that was removed but all. Now he was on in treatment to combat the various types of malignant cells in his body. A specific date for a return to Venezuela, Chavez did not call in by television and radio transmitted speech. During the speech, Chavez stood at a wooden lectern with two microphones.

Hu Jintao warns of the dangers of corruption in the anniversary party

The Chinese head of state, Hu Jintao presided over Friday's celebration of 90 anniversary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) with a speech in which he stated that training should be proud of its accomplishments, but "should not rest on laurels the past, "or" fossilize or stagnant ", maintaining, for example, the fight against corruption, since" if not punished effectively, the party will lose the trust and support of the people.