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.

Killed 40 members of Al Qaeda in air strikes,in Yemen

At least 40 suspected members of Al Qaeda were killed in several air strikes and clashes with the army Yemeni southern city of Zinyibar controlled by the terrorist organization since last March 27. A military source told Efe that the two soldiers also died fighting Yemenis, while three civilians were killed in an airstrike.

Israeli aircraft killed two militants in the Gaza Strip

Jerusalem. .- Israeli military aircraft have carried out an attack Tuesday against a group of Palestinian militants who were planning to launch rockets against Israel from the Gaza Strip, killing two of them, as reported by the Israeli daily Haaretz. Military sources have confirmed the attack in Khan Yunis, a town in southern Gaza, and explained that the group has been identified prior to the occurrence of the attack and the operation was carried out before the militants were able to launch no rocket into Israel.