Friday, July 22, 2011

The Libyan rebels asked financial aid to Spain to rebuild the country

The Prime Minister of the National Transitional Council (CNT) of Libya, Mahmoud Jibril, has asked the Spanish Government financial aid to rebuild the country and meet the needs of the Libyan people as the dictator Muammar Gaddafi does not leave the power. Jibril has made this request to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trinidad Jimenez, in a meeting on his official visit to Spain.

Hadzic could be extradited on Saturday

The Serbian war crimes suspect Goran Hadzic, wanted for the last international justice could be delivered to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) based in The Hague on Saturday, his lawyer said today. The extradition process can take seven days at most, began on Wednesday, hours after his arrest.

Take Your Partner agobado today told reporters in Belgrade that will not appeal the extradition and the transfer could take place on Saturday when the statutory deadline expires for filing appeals. In the days in police custody in Belgrade, Hadzic wants to see his family, he said. Former Croatian Serb leader during the war (1991-1995) Hadzic, 52, was arrested on Wednesday after seven years of flight.

David Cameron: From knowing what I know now, would not have hired Andy Coulson

"You live and learn, and believe me, I learned," said British Prime Minister, David Cameron, in his appearance before the British Parliament. He described the consequences of their decision to hire Andy Coulson, former editor of the late tabloid News of the World ', closed because of the scandal tracks that has shaken the British media and political life.

Cameron said his responsibility in terms of Coulson is limited to its decision to hire him during his time as a personal adviser and press secretary in Downing Street, and acknowledged it was a mistake. "Had I known what I know now, in retrospect, would not have done," he said. Also, the Prime Minister said that Coulson has assured that he knew nothing of listeners on News of the World ', to then make a defense of the presumption of innocence ("I have a vision a little dated," he quipped, "I think everyone is innocent until proven guilty").

The repression of the Syrian army increases in Homs

Beirut The Syrian Army has increased the repression of demonstrations for democratic reforms in the city of Homs in central-western Syria, said on Thursday activists and residents. Ahmed, township resident, said "there are dead and many people have been arrested." "We are very scared," he added. Another resident said the area hospital is asking people to donate blood to treat the wounded coming from Bab Sbaa, a suburb of the town.