Tuesday, July 5, 2011

The Executioner Mladic wants to become a victim

The spokesman for the Women in Black in Belgrade, which represents the mothers of Srebrenica in the trial against the former chief military Bosnian Serb Ratko Mladic, has claimed that it has come as a helpless defendant before the Court International Criminal Former Yugoslavia (ICTY). "The Executioner Mladic wants to become a victim." said Stasa Zajovic, after the Serb former general refused to plead guilty or innocent, saying he wanted his own team of lawyers and counsel assigned counsel.

Tymoshenko claims that is monitored by the secret services of Ukraine

Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko, tried for abuse of power and misappropriation of public funds, reported Monday that the secret service of his country watched. "My cars are daily more equipped for surveillance. We have had up to 20 cars, which continuously monitor where I am," Timoshenko said at the gates of the District Court of Kiev Pechora, where today the preliminary hearing resumed the process in listed as a defendant, which was finally postponed until Wednesday.

"Obama is dead", but it is a hacker attack

"The President is dead. A July 4th so sad. " The death of Obama, the very day on which the States are celebrating the Independence, is the announcement sent shock that Fox News via Twitter. But it is a hacker attack. TWEET A GUST - @ foxnewspolitics, a Twitter account of the news channel, has started to tweet around 2 am (local time) to his 33,000 followers the message: "President Barack Obama is dead." At first tweet was followed by others, who have added details to the news: "About 45 minutes ago was hit by two bullets in the pelvis and neck.

Hugo Chavez returned to Cuba and landed by surprise at dawn in Caracas

"Very happy to be home again." After almost a month of convalescence, the president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez arrived in the early hours of Monday to Caracas on a plane from Cuba which fell on his feet. "It is right now in the Palace, do not need special attention at this time hospital treatment can be done at the residence where you are," said Vice President Elias Jaua.

The state television channel VTV reported that the onset occurred at 02.00 local time (06.30 GMT) and showed pictures of President at the time of his reception at the airport Venezuelan Maiquetía and the output in Havana where he dismissed the President Raul Castro. The president said that his return is "the beginning of the return" and stressed that prepares "a slight break in the morning now," while affirming that must follow "strict medical checks," and strict schedule, medication and rehabilitation.

There are 54 wounded last night in the Tahrir Square

 A total of 54 people were injured in the riots last night in the central Tahrir Square in Cairo between protesters and street vendors, announced today an official from the Egyptian Health Ministry, Khaled al-Khatib. Al Khatib was quoted by official news agency MENA said twenty wounded were admitted to hospitals, while others were treated by ambulance went to the plaza.

The ministry official denied that these incidents had been any deaths, as previously reported by some media. The injuries occurred during clashes between demonstrators and tea vendors camped in Tahrir Square since last Wednesday, according to police sources and witnesses consulted by Efe.

EU delivers food to North Korea

North Korea has exacerbated by the food shortage, apparently so that the EU is starting an emergency program to preserve more than half a million people from starvation.

The European Commission said on Monday in Brussels that they will deliver food to the value of ten million euros in the country, especially to help children under five, which are due to severe acute malnutrition in hospital. The relief supplies that are primarily intended for the north and east of the country, will help 650 000 people to survive until the next harvest in October.

Protests in Belarus are settled with 380 detainees

Some 380 people were arrested on Sunday during opposition demonstrations held to coincide with the celebrations of Independence Day, as has condemned the Belarusian human rights organization Vesna. "More than 200 people were detained in Minsk. Another 180 were arrested in other cities in Belarus," said the group, as recorded by the Russian news agency RIA Novosti.

Among those arrested would be several journalists. In Minsk twenty young summoned through focused social networks to applaud at the main station in Minsk, a new formula used by groups opposed to Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. The police intervened immediately and introduced several of the protesters in their vans, but others slipped into the fray and involved hundreds of people who were on the other side of the avenue where the incidents occurred.