Friday, July 29, 2011

Attacks in Norway: Breivik trial probably until 2012

The trial of Anders Breivik Behring is expected to begin until next year. Norway's Tor-Aksel Attorney General Busch said the public broadcaster NRK on Thursday, the charges levied against the terrorists "at the earliest of the year".

Bush justified this with the necessary investigations, so would need some 700 witnesses will be heard. Breivik - who has admitted to having committed the bombing in downtown Oslo and the mass murder on the island Utøya last Friday - should be considered for each of the 76 people living on the responsibilities that have wiped out his deeds, said the Attorney General.

Kenya and Somalia: a difficult neighborhood

White SUV: A convoy of aid agencies at refugee camp in Dadaab 28th July 2011 2011-07-28 17:20:04 The Kenyan government apparently wants to reduce the influx of Somali refugees dramatically. Different is hard to explain was why the new refugee camp, "Ifo II" opened in the immediate vicinity of Dadaab, the largest refugee camp in the world, despite assertions to the contrary including the Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga as before.

Mining explosion, 16 dead in Ukraine

MILAN - Tragedy in the Lugansk region, Ukraine. An explosion in the night between Thursday and Friday in a mine in the area east of the country killed at least 16 miners. This was announced by the Interfax news agency citing sources of local civil protection. Ten miners are missing at the time, while two others were hospitalized.

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UN warns that the crisis in Somalia has passed the international response capacity

UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, lamented the lack of responsiveness of international community. "We are worried because what we do is not enough when we look at the scale of the tragedy.

We are facing a humanitarian tragedy of unknown proportions," he said in an interview with Efe. In the refugee camp in Dollo Ado (Ethiopia), the mortality rate was as high as 7.4 deaths per 10,000 people per day (an emergency is declared when it comes to one death per 10,000). In southern Somalia, the area most affected by drought, acute malnutrition rates reaching up to 82% and mortality among children under five years is 4 per 10,000 in all areas for which data are available.

At least 28 people killed in multiple attacks in southern Afghanistan

A Taliban commander attacked various government buildings Thursday in the Afghan province of Uruzgan in southern Afghanistan in an assault that has left at least 28 dead and thirty wounded, officials said. Among the dead, is the BBC reporter Ahmad Omid Khpolwak. The multiple attack, carried out by a yet unspecified number of insurgents, began around noon in the town of Tarinkot, capital of Uruzgan.