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.