Thursday, July 28, 2011

UK expels all staff of the Libyan embassy in London

The United Kingdom formally recognized today at the National Transitional Council (CNT) formed by opponents of the regime of Muammar al-Gaddafi, the Libyan government as the sole. The previous charge d'affaires of the Libyan embassy in London was named today to consult the Foreign Office, where he officially announced that he and other diplomats from his country (eight in total) had to leave the UK.

The Norwegian Government will evaluate the police response to attacks

The Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg announced that the country will open an independent commission to review each and every one of the foundations Accountant surrounding the double bombing last Friday. Earlier, at a press conference, Stoltenberg announced that the Norwegian Government will evaluate the police response to the attacks.

Of course, it will "after comfort and assist" the victims and expect to complete the police investigation. This last point, it seems, is very important for the prime minister. He has vehemently defended his government can not and should intervene in the investigations, which are the responsibility of the judiciary.

New clashes in Kosovo

About 200 Serbian inhabitants of Kosovo on Wednesday evening, the border crossing with Serbia Jarinje set on fire. The NATO-led KFOR security force strong units moved into the vicinity of the crossing to prevent the spread of violence.

The Serbian President Tadi appealed to his compatriots in Kosovo to stop attacks. The EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton said politicians in Belgrade and Pristina on to an early resolution of the conflict. "Peace and security must be restored for everyone," said Ashton. She spoke of "unacceptable" developments.

Killed 12 people near Damascus by security forces

At least 12 people, including a boy of seven years, died on Wednesday near Damascus shot by Syrian security forces. The accident occurred when a young opponents gathered in Turkey to strengthen coodinación the protest movement against the regime of President Bashar Assad. "The security forces have looted several houses on Wednesday Kanaker.

After this operation, 12 people have died and more than 300 detainees," said Ammar Quorabi, president of the National Organization for the Rights of Man. "Quorabi sent a list of names of 12 victims, among which there is a child of seven years. The offensive of the Syrian security forces in this city of 25,000 inhabitants "has been supported by a tank and several armored cars" and "pointed people between 15 and 40 years, "stated Quorabi, adding that" at least 11 vehicles have been dozens of detainees.

NATO admits that without support the rebels can not win Gaddafi

The Secretary General Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Anders Fogh Rasmussen, and supports, including racks, an uncomfortable reality: the Atlantic alliance has done its work in Libya, clearing almost all of the war machine Muammar al-Gaddafi of, but the rebels are unable to finish the job off the record, which is ending the regime.

Although not supported in public, a source very close to NATO said this week dpa that the situation in Libya has reached a dangerous stalemate: "We have destroyed almost all the tanks, planes, artillery and other war materials Gaddafi, we have put the 'red carpet' to the rebels to come to Tripoli, but today they are incapable of doing.

The UN is able to open an urgent airlift of food aid to Somalia

The World Food Programme (WFP) the UN finally managed to open today an urgent airlift to send baby food from Nairobi to Mogadishu to fight the famine in Somalia. "The plane has taken off" in the direction of the Somali capital, told Efe Challiss McDonough, spokesman for WFP, said that the device carries at least 10 tons of emergency supplies ready to deal with child malnutrition.

Norwegian Prime Minister announced a commission to investigate the attacks

Prime Minister of Norway, Jens Stoltenberg, announced Wednesday the creation of an independent commission to discuss everything related to the attacks on July 22 in Oslo and Utoya Island, which killed a total 76 people. To the head of the Norwegian, "is important to clarify all aspects of the attacks to draw lessons from what happened," as he said in an appearance this afternoon.

"It's a national tragedy, an attack on the nation," he said in reference to the facts confessed by Behring Anders Breivik. The investigation of the commission could clarify whether the police responded appropriately to the attacks and whether the country is sufficiently prepared to tackle such attacks, unprecedented in recent history in Norway.