Sunday, July 24, 2011

Norwegian Prime Minister calls the twin bombings of national tragedy

The Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has called "national tragedy" yesterday's twin bombings against their registered offices in the government district of Oslo and anti social youth camp on the island of Utoya that has left at least 91 victims . Jens Stoltenberg has stated that this is the worst attack suffered by Norway since the Second World War.

In his opinion, "there is no reason to increase the level of threat to the kingdom." Stoltenberg made this statement at a hearing this morning after police encrypt the morning last at least 84 the number of deaths on the island, where hundreds of young people participating in a youth camp of the Social Democrats, the party of prime minister.

Chavez started the second week of cancer treatment in Cuba

Havana. - The president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, today hailed from Havana to the "world smiling" and "life singing," after announcing yesterday that it is prepared to implement a second cycle of chemotherapy treatment for cancer. "Rising sun in Havana! Good Morning, World Smiling! Good morning, Life Singing! Good morning, Venezuela Bella! Will live and win!" Wrote the president in his account of the social network Twitter to launch its second week today stay in the Cuban capital.

At least 91 killed in double attack on the Norwegian Government

Norway has experienced this day the black Friday. Two hours after a large explosions shook the government district of Oslo, destroying the offices of the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, and other government buildings, has suffered a second attack. A man who has already been stopped, opened fire on a camp of the ruling Labour Party on the outskirts of Oslo, where Prime Minister was giving a lecture this Saturday.

Norway, the Norwegian suspected killer is "love classical music and the video game"

 The Norwegian police, in shock as the entire country, has provided limited information on those responsible for the massacre. Set aside since the evening of Friday, the track Al Qaeda, investigators have focused on the neo-Nazi.

The only arrested - a Norwegian 32 year old - has far-right ideas and is anti-Islamic. Anders Breivik BEHRINGER - this is its name - was captured on the island where he completed the slaughter of young socialists. On the page "Facebook" - which is always his - the alleged killer is described as: conservative, Christian, loves classical music and computer games Modern Warfare 2 (of war) and World Warcraft.

Arrested over 275 demonstrators in protests in Malawi

More than 275 people were arrested in Malawi last Thursday by the protests that led to 18 deaths, indicated on Friday a police spokeswoman. The protests, the most violent since the country declared African democracy in 1994, have degenerated into armed robbery, looting scenes in several stores and clashes between protesters and security forces have fired live ammunition in several cities.

More than 200 people were arrested in Lilongwe, the capital, 30 in Blantyre, the economic capital, and 45 in Zomba, the former colonial capital, explained the spokesman Davie Chingwalu. According to the spokesman, the detainees are "simple criminals" who have participated in many raids.

Belgium agrees to form a government after more than 400 days without Executive

The Francophone Belgian socialist leader Elio Di Rupo, has moved this evening to King Albert II, finally the eight political parties and four-four French-speaking Flemish, have laid the groundwork for negotiating the establishment of the new government, after more than 400 days without running, which is a world record.

The agreement was made possible after nearly seven hours of talks began on Thursday, when Belgium celebrated its national holiday. Public broadcaster RTBF reports that apparently the president of the Party Christian Democratic and Flemish (CD & V), Wouter Veke would have returned to their initial conditions to isolate the discussion regarding the constituency Brussels Hal Vilvoorde (BHV) and leave the rest of items in abeyance.

Prince Andrew leaves his position as British trade ambassador after scandals

Prince Andrew, son of the Queen of England, will represent the commercial interests of the UK and abroad. So says several British media on Thursday, linking the decision to the scandalous revelations about the personal integrity of the Duke of York. Andrew, 51, fourth in line of succession to the throne, was under pressure to leave the post after the publication last month that maintained relations with controversial figures such as U.S. millionaire Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted pedophile.