Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Libya, Frattini opened new premises of the consulate in Benghazi, "Gaddafi is over"

"Gaddafi is over, the Rais have to leave the power and the country." The Minister for Foreign Affairs Franco Frattini in Benghazi for the inauguration of the new headquarters of the Italian consulate. During the visit, the Minister met with Libyan leaders of the Transitional National Council and discussed the next steps to deal with the regime and supporting the rebels.

First of all, "hundreds of millions of euro that are necessary for the people" and that comes through Unicredit, and "an enormous amount of fuel" with Eni. Operations, said Frattini, will be guaranteed by the Libyan assets frozen in Italy after penalties to the top of the Gaddafi regime.

Warning shot for Silvio Berlusconi in Milan and Naples

Rome Correspondent - More than a defeat, a rout. The results of the second round of municipal elections, which closed Monday, May 30, a heavy penalty for Silvio Berlusconi, who wanted the election into "a national test." At 17 hours, counting on a projectionseffectuées yet confirmed the partial defeat of the candidate of his party, The People of Freedom (PDL), and the triumph of the opposition.

Vargas Llosa breaks with the 'El Comercio' to favor Fujimori

The writer Mario Vargas Llosa today urged the country ceasing to send his Sunday column Touchstone the Peruvian newspaper El Comercio, which it accuses of "manipulating information" and have become a "propaganda machine Keiko Fujimori's candidacy ". The Nobel Prize in literature supports presidential candidate Ollanta Humala, whom he considers a lesser evil to the possibility of governing the country Keiko Fujimori, daughter of former President Alberto Fujimori, currently in prison for human rights crimes and corruption.

Freedom Flottille, A new shipment to Gaza a year after blitz, Israel studying reaction

Manifestation of the Roman system that adheres to the 'Freedom Flotilla' blitz against Israel's May 31, 2010 on ships of the pro-Palestinian activists' s been exactly one year since 610 activists from different countries, including six Italians, have tried to violate the Israeli blockade on the Gaza Strip on six boats traveling.

An expedition, that of 'Freedom Flottille', completed in blood after the confrontation with Israeli forces, which intercepted the ship in international waters of the Mediterranean. Nine pro-Palestinian killed, dozens wounded on board the largest of the six boats, the Mavi Marmara. One year after the violence, the activists announced a new start within a month.

Verges and Dumas at Gaddafi, "it does not lack gall"

Ratko Mladic is extradited and convicted all'AjaArrestati other war criminals

Ratko Mladic is extradited. This was announced by the Minister of Justice of Serbia, Snezana Malovic, confirming its presence in the afternoon on a plane bound for The Hague. His transfer was decided in the morning by the judges of the Special Court for war crimes in Belgrade, which rejected the appeal of Milos Salja, defender of the former military leader of the Serbian Republic of Bosnia, creator of the siege of Sarajevo and Srebrenica massacre.

Italy: severe defeat for Berlusconi in Milan

The right of Silvio Berlusconi lost his fief of Milan and should not reach Naples delight to the left in the second round of municipal elections, according to initial projections on the basis of a partial recount of the results. In Milan, the left candidate, Giuliano Pisapia, won 55.14% of the vote against the outgoing mayor, Letizia Moratti.

Economic capital, Milan is the hometown of Mr Berlusconi and his electoral stronghold for eighteen years, and the headquarters of his media empire, Fininvest. Over the last fifteen years, the left had never managed to reach the ballot, always losing in the first round. In Naples, the left was negative in the first round tie against the right, led by the entrepreneur Gianni Lettieri.

Justice approves espaola Vielmann delivery to Guatemala

The decision is not final, but it appears that Guatemala's former Minister of Interior Roberto Carlos Vielmann be tried at home and not in Spain for the murder of ten prisoners by illegal police group created by the Executive of that country. The third section of the Criminal Court of the High Court today approved the extradition of Vielmann to his country, but may not be tried for the offenses of conspiracy and extrajudicial execution of those who accused the Guatemalan justice.

Yemen is on the brink of civil war

The Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh Yemen plunges into civil war. Announced week of the movements against the regime of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, the internal conflict is rising like a wave in the poorest Arab countries. According to the UN, at least 50 people were killed in Taiz, the second largest city in the south, where forces loyal to Saleh fired on a crowd of demonstrators.

The UN office in the city reported that there would be hundreds of wounded. In the capital Sana'a, meanwhile, are being armed clashes between the army units still controlled by Saleh and members of tribes that are rather contrary to the president, who ruled the country for over thirty years.

Maid in Amersfoort

"I shouted:" Room Service! "After knocking gently and repeatedly at the door of the chamber 7. No answer. I put the key into the lock and I returned to my basket for maintenance. There was dead silence. The bed was not made and felt asleep. I opened the curtains. At this moment the door of the bathroom opened and a naked man a washcloth over the penis, has appeared.

"Hello!" me "he started. I was paralyzed, muttering some excuse." I hit, "I said, eyes directed down. He walked casually towards me. He smiled. "It does not matter, you do your job. I certainly hope that you have not been disappointed by the vision, "he added with a wink supported." For some reason, Rachel, a former maid in Amersfoort, the Netherlands, is suddenly out of anonymity.

Bashar al-Assad granted general amnesty in Syria

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday issued a decree granting a general amnesty after 10 weeks of protests against his government and a military offensive that has been condemned internationally. The amnesty covers "all members of political movements including the Muslim Brotherhood," he said.

Belong to the Muslim Brotherhood, a group that led an armed uprising against Assad's father in 1982, is punishable by death in Syria. Syrian activists say that some 10,000 people have been arrested since protests erupted against Assad in the southern city of Dera in mid-March, and about a thousand civilians have been killed.

Cuba begins today .- Lula visited Cuba to meet with Raul Castro

MADRID, 31 May. The Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will begin on Tuesday a visit to Cuba, where he plans to meet with that country's president, Raul Castro, and participate in various activities, as reported by official media on the island. Lula will arrive in Havana on Tuesday afternoon (evening in Spain), explained the Cuban newspaper "Granma" in a brief statement.

During his stay will hold a "working meeting" with Castro and "visit places of economic interest," says the note, without specifying details. This is the first visit by Lula since he handed over power on 1 January Dilma Rousseff, his political disciple. The last visit by the leader left the island was made in February 2010, which coincided with the death of Cuban dissident Orlando Zapata Tamayo, after 85 days of hunger strike.

Politkovskaya, took his alleged murderess

The alleged murderess of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, Rustam Makhmoudov, was arrested. The lawyer said his brother and his alleged accomplice. According to the lawyer, the alleged killer was arrested at his parents' home in Chechnya, Achki-Martan district, without resistance. Soon it will be moved to Moscow.

Until now, investigators had claimed that Makhnudov Rustam was in Europe. For the lawyer, the arrest could lead to new investigations into the murder of Anna Politkovskaya, the journalist of the biweekly Novaya Gazeta, opposition shot in the lift at home, October 7, 2006 in Moscow. Politovskaia was known for his criticism of the then Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, and his courageous complaints about abductions and torture suffered by civilians in the small Caucasian republic.

A demonstration against homophobia violently repressed by police in Moscow

Police and Russian Orthodox fundamentalists were violently attacked, Saturday, May 28, a group of activists against homophobia who wanted to lay a wreath of flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the foot of the Kremlin in Moscow, to recall the Nazi persecution suffered by homosexuals. The event was not the taste of "Orthodox icons holders," a small group of fundamentalist youth.

Stationed near the Manege Square, fundamentalists, some with shaved heads, others bearing crosses and holy pictures, pounced on protesters who chanted "Russia without homophobia." Elena Kostioutchenko, correspondent of Novaya Gazeta newspaper opposition and activist for the rights of lesbians, was struck on the temple by one of the "door" icon.

Attack by Al Qaeda captured city

Warplanes Air Force bombed the city Yemeni Zinjibar that is taken by members of Al Qaeda (The Base), leaving 30 dead. Residents said aircraft bombed insurgent positions, but also hit buildings. Opposition leaders accused President Ali Abdullah Saleh to allow al Qaeda militants took the southern city of Zinjibar, located along the Gulf of Aden.

Members of The Base arrived on Friday to the city and carried out attacks that killed at least 18 people. The presence of members of the terrorist organization fired alarms in neighboring Saudi Arabia, which fears a civil war in the country. Saleh's forces continued yesterday to crack down on protesters demanding his ouster.

Gadhafi solid defense prepares to eventual trial in The Hague

Muammar Gadhafi engaged the services of a South African law firm to prepare a solid defense before a possible trial in the International Criminal Court for "crimes against humanity ', a newspaper published in South Africa. According to the Times newspaper Lives, Gadhafi signed three weeks ago a secret deal with the law firm Themba Langa and since then there have been several meetings with senior Libyan officials, so that the colonel be prepared in case of prosecution.

Argentina. "A government deputy advances that Cristina Fernandez announced his candidacy for reelection on June 23

BUENOS AIRES, May 31. The deputy of the ruling Front for Victory (FPV), Carlos Kunkel, have advance Tuesday that the president of Argentina, Cristina Fernández, will be submitted to the elections scheduled for this year and has made even the specific day that will confirm your application: on 23 June.

Kunkel, a regular spokesman for the party, has become the first voice to confirm the intentions of Fernandez, who has always been reluctant to report their future political plans. "On June 23, Craig was officially launched as a candidate for reelection," he noted. The deputy spoke to Radio La Red, according to Argentine media lists other, but could not confirm who will accompany Fernandez as his 'number two'.

Merkel angers Irn through your space to prevent areo

Angela Merkel's trip to India has led to a diplomatic incident with Iran. Occurred early Monday, when the country banned from crossing its airspace by aircraft of the German chancellor, heading to New Delhi to begin his official visit early in the morning. According to Berlin, had requested all relevant permits, but the Iranian aviation authorities denied it and forced the aircraft to divert to Turkey and turning for an hour and a half, the time it took the team to achieve the president the green light Tehran.

Brasil/Francia.- recover more than half of the bodies of the Air France plane that hit the Atlantic

MADRID, 31 May. A total of 75 bodies have just been recovered from the wreckage of Air France which fell into the Atlantic in 2009, which the researchers have already pulled 125 bodies from the ocean, more than half of the 228 passengers who died in the accident, as reported by the VP of the association of French victims, Robert Soulas.

Speaking to the string 'CNN', and collected by World Daily Buzz, Soulas has stated that the recovered remains have not yet been identified, and noted again his "desire" to leave the bodies of the dead at sea, avoiding the process of rescuing them. About 50 bodies were recovered in the days after the accident, while many others could not be rescued because they were involved from the fuselage, the researchers explained the accident.

The Knight as the father of PlayboyAll'estero all agree: "Mr. B at the end "

NEW YORK - "Just Bunga Bunga." With this title, the prestigious weekly magazine The New Yorker notes (or perhaps hopes) the end of the Knight. The summary asks: "The Italians have had enough of Silvio Berlusconi and his hedonism?". Author of the article, published yesterday and is available online Ariel Levy, an editor of the New Yorker who has spent years studying "culture of appearances" and "objectification of the female body," the United States and elsewhere.

The eruption is over Grímsvötn

The eruption of Grímsvötn is considered completed, said Monday, May 30, a geologist at the Meteorological Institute of Iceland. "We have no evidence indicating anything other than the fact that the eruption is over. There has been no activity since Saturday morning at 9 o'clock [French time]," said Steinunn Jakobsdottir, a scientist Office of Iceland.

The Grímsvötn was suddenly erupted on May 21, throwing a thick cloud of ash 20 kilometers high, which was slightly disrupted air traffic in Europe last week. But his activity was quickly settled and the volcano spitting ash over since Wednesday.

Italian punish Berlusconi, defeated at local elections:

 In the local elections in Italy, Berlusconi's party suffered heavy losses. In the local elections in Italy, his ruling rights in accordance with projections in Milan and Naples suffered bitter defeats.

The South African president in Libya to negotiate with Gaddafi

The South African president, Jacob Zuma, arrived Monday, May 30 earlier this afternoon in Tripoli, where he will begin a mission of good offices with Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. Zuma arrived shortly after 14 hours at the airport Maatiga and was greeted by Prime Minister Baghdadi Mahmoudi. President Zuma will meet with Colonel Gaddafi to try to find a compromise between the Libyan leader and the rebels seeking for three months to remove him from power.

Israel will strengthen its influence and control in disputed Jerusalem

Israel will strengthen its influence and control in disputed Jerusalem, a city that considers its eternal and undivided capital, but which the Palestinians claim the eastern part as well as the capital of a state to be created. Sacred to the three monotheistic religions, the dispute over her back to the grill on the occasion of the celebration next Wednesday's Jerusalem Day, in which Israelis mark in style to unify the city in 1967.

Gadhafi shown willingness to negotiate a way out

.- The Libyan leader, Muammar Gadhafi, yesterday showed his willingness to negotiate a solution to the conflict of Libya, according to South African media reported Wednesday, after talks with South African President Jacob Zuma, in Tripoli. Besieged by NATO bombing and beset by defections of its employees, Muammar Gadhafi, who faces a civil war since the popular uprisings of the mid-February, yesterday showed its willingness to negotiate a solution to the civil war in the country for three months.

Pedophilia: the Belgian bishops agree to compensate victims

The bishops and superiors of religious orders of the Belgian Catholic Church undertook, Monday, May 30, to compensate victims of pedophile priests, saying "conscious of their moral responsibility" in the scandals that have rocked the kingdom over the past year . "The bishops and religious superiors acknowledge frankly that these facts are all the more painful that the perpetrators are members of the Church bear a moral authority that should have copies of respect for the trust placed in them "they say in a statement.

The last attack in Taiz, an example of the repression of yemen rge

Forces loyal to President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, opened fire early Monday against demonstrators calling for greater democratic openness and Saleh's resignation in the country and were in Liberty Square in the city of Taiz the southeast African country. The preliminary information from hospital sources, talking about 15 dead.

But this morning, new data released by the Yemen Post humanitarian organizations speak of more than fifty demonstrators killed by a brutal attack Yemeni security forces. More than 50 demonstrators were killed in the assault of the Yemeni security forces to the Freedom Square in the city of Taiz, located in the southwest, according to medical sources quoted by the newspaper 'Yemen Post' on its website.

Facebook page Monde.fr attacked by supporters of the Syrian regime

French missing in Yemen: the thesis of the abduction "is gaining credibility"

The vehicle of the three French aid workers missing since Saturday in Yemen was found "not damaged", which "confirms" the hypothesis of the kidnapping, said Monday, May 30 the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The spokesman of the Ministry has confirmed the news of a senior Yemeni security services who requested anonymity had said earlier, without qualification, that the pick-up of the French had been found on the road linking Seyoun and Shibam in the east.

The UN condemns the brutal repression in Syria

Navi Pillay, High Commissioner of the United Nations for Human Rights, denounced Monday, May 30, the "brutality" of the suppression of uprisings in Syria and Libya said it was "shocking". She was speaking at the opening of the 17th session of the Council of Human Rights. "The brutality and scale of measures taken by governments in Libya and now in Syria have been particularly shocking in their absolute disregard for basic human rights," Pillay said before the forty-seven member states of the Council.

Mubarak condemned for having suspended the Internet in January

Former President Hosni Mubarak and two other former Egyptian officials have been convicted, Saturday, May 28, a fine of 540 million Egyptian pounds (63.5 million euros) for having suspended the Internet and the mobile phone during demonstrations in January. The administrative court in Cairo sentenced Mr.

Mubarak to a fine of 200 million pounds, the former Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif to 40 million pounds and former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly to 300 million pounds for injury to the national economy, a judicial source said. The three men can appeal. This is the first ruling against Mr.

In Spain, the "lost generation" looking for ways to continue to be heard

Gaddafi reappeared in public to welcome South African President on his arrival in Trpoli

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, has reappeared in public on Monday by welcoming South African President Jacob Zuma, on his arrival in Tripoli, as shown by the images of the Libyan state television, which at no time informed of where that has made the meeting. This has been the Libyan leader's first appearance since last May 11 when he met with tribal leaders Libyans.

In the footage broadcast by Libyan state television, Gadhafi appears greeting the South African president and several senior South African government before walking down a hallway. Subsequently, Qaddafi and the South African delegation are seated in armchairs in a large white room. On arrival at Tripoli airport, Zuma was greeted by a delegation of diplomats from the country, but not Gaddafi, who would be later.

High levels of radioactive iodine in the thyroid of two workers of the central Fukushima

High levels of radioactive iodine were detected in the thyroid gland of two workers of the nuclear accident in Fukushima, said Monday the site operator, Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO). This finding suggests that the two men, aged thirty and forty years, were exposed to radiation exceeding the limit of 250 mSv per annum set by the authorities for the duration of the crisis.

TEPCO said it was conducting tests on the bodies of employees involved in operations at Fukushima Dai-Ichi (1) since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11 that destroyed the reactor cooling plant causing the greatest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl there are twenty-five years. After an initial examination, the two workers suffered more extensive testing under the control of the Government Agency for Atomic Energy.

Marsans claims 1,100 million to the Argentine government ICSID

MADRID, 30 May. Marsans has claimed EUR 1,100 million to the Argentine government for the expropriation of Aerolineas Argentinas (AA) to the court for settlement of disputes under the World Bank (WB), ICSID, as a result of the lawsuit filed by the group in December 2008 During the first hearing of the arbitration process in which appeared the previous owners, Gerardo Diaz Ferran and Gonzalo Pascual.

Yemen: Taiz repression, fighting in the South

Violence does not falter in Yemen, where forces of President Ali Abdullah Saleh attacked and dispersed by force on Sunday night to Monday a sit-in Taiz, south of Sanaa, killing at least twenty people dead and dozens wounded, according to organizers. Tanks and armored vehicles raided at night the Liberty Square, where demonstrators camped since January to demand the departure of Mr.

Saleh. The soldiers set fire to the tents of the protesters and arrested hundreds of protesters who tried to flee the storm. According to medical sources, thirty-seven wounded who were in the field hospital set up by protesters in the square were also arrested. The fighting has claimed more than a hundred deaths throughout the country during the past week.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Sarah Palin is testing his campaign for 2012 Harley-Davidson

The whimsical Sarah Palin was again noted on arrival Sunday, May 29 Harley-Davidson in Washington. Radiance that feeds the rumors about his possible candidacy for the Republican nomination for the U.S. presidential election of 2012. Egeria the conservative fringe of the Republican Party, the "Tea Party, Sarah Palin has started a tour on the East Coast by joining a parade of tens of thousands of bikers who marched in tribute to veterans.

Security forces burst into the Syrian city

At least three civilians were killed Monday when Syrian security forces entered the town of Talbiseh in Homs province, to eliminate dissent against the government of the Baath Party, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The deaths brought to 14 the number of civilians killed in the area near the city of Homs, capital of the province, from which troops backed by tanks besieged several towns in the region on Sunday said the Centre's director, Rami Abdelrahman.

Cuban exile in Madrid honors dissident Pedro Luis Boitel

"Boitel be in the pantheon to which they are the right people," said Fernando Gril today, author of the biography of the dissident Pedro Luis Boitel (1931-1972). The poet, a student leader and central figure of dissent on the island was declared hunger strike on April 3, 1972 and died 53 days later, on 25 May.

He was buried in an unmarked grave in the Colón Cemetery in Havana. And so, an unmarked grave, is titled the biography that the Argentine Fernando Gril has written and presented today at the Circulo de Bellas Artes in Madrid during the tribute act, in which writers participated Carlos Alberto Montaner and Zoe Valdés, human rights activist Janisset Rivero and a group of former political exiles in Spain.

A night with the "outraged" by the Puerta del Sol in Madrid

Madrid Special Envoy - The call echoes through the speakers installed at all corners of the square. This Saturday, May 28, as every evening at 21 hours since the beginning of the movement, there are two weeks the "outraged" by the Puerta del Sol, Madrid, held their daily meeting. Several thousand people settled in the central symbol of the city following a now well-oiled organization: we sit in rows of gentle lanes passage; we raise our hands in different ways to signify his approval or disapproval incomprehension and can also at any time ask for food or water to members of the organization walk the rows.

Beijing deploys its security forces in Inner Mongolia

The Chinese authorities have deployed, Monday, May 30, important security forces in the region of Inner Mongolia, where calls to demonstrate circulating among members of the Mongolian ethnic minority, said an NGO and journalists from the on place. Events of a magnitude unprecedented Mongols claiming their rights have occurred last week in this autonomous region, according to the Information Centre on Human Rights in Southern Mongolia, an organization based in the States USA.

PROTECTION Brazil peasants to death threats

The Brazilian government announced today that it will take "special measures" to protect tens of farmers threatened by their activities against employers accused of illegal deforestation in the Amazon and other crimes. "It will intensify the monitoring and research of all kinds of illegal and action will strengthen the sustainable development of the region," Amazon, told reporters the minister of Agrarian Development, Afonso Florence.

Nigeria: new president, ten dead in an attack on a military base

The new president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, was sworn in on Sunday in Abuja and sworn before promising to transform and unite this vast nation, the most populous in Africa. In the evening, however, ten people were killed and twenty others injured in the explosion of three artisanal gear in a market located on a military base in Bauchi in northern Iraq, an official of the emergency services.

Yemeni Republican Guard joins opposition

A brigade of powerful Yemeni Republican Guard operates under the command of the son of President Ali Abdullah Saleh defected to join the opposition. The defection is the first among the elite forces, which have underpinned the staying power of Saleh despite mass protests and changing allegiances of some military and tribal allies.

"We ask you not to follow orders to take on other Army units or people, "said separatist units in a statement read by the province of Damar Aleiwa Gen. Ali Abdullah, a former defense minister. Yesterday north of Sanaa seven explosions were heard after a tenuous cease-fire after nearly a week of fighting between security forces and a powerful Saleh tribal group that killed at least 115 people and forced thousands to flee the capital for safety.

Syria crashes leave seven deaths

Seven civilians were killed, among them a girl, and a hundred wounded in shootings by the Syrian security forces in the region of Homs. Dozens of tanks surrounded Rastan and Talbiseh and opened fire against the people demanding the departure of President Bashar al Assad. "More than 100 wounded have been taken to hospitals (...) of Homs," said a human rights activist.

The Washington Post published a story quoting unidentified U.S. officials, which says Iran sending instructors and Syria to help the regime to repress the demonstrations that threaten its main ally in the region. Human rights organizations estimate that the crackdown has killed over a thousand people.

Kirchner Landslide in La Rioja

La Rioja, one of the least populated provinces of Argentina, with 350,000 inhabitants, which has served as a refuge to the Peronist president Carlos Menem since he left the Casa Rosada in heavy corruption charges, re-elected Sunday by an overwhelming majority to its current Governor Luis Beder Herrera, 60, candidate of the Frente para la Victoria, strongly supported by the Kirchner.

The opposition candidate, Julio Martínez radical, lost no less than 50 points apart. Kirchner's strong victory in La Rioja used to confirm the proper time in the election which is the president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Carlos Menem himself said that could easily win re-election next October without a runoff.

Libya: Dumas and Verges want to file complaint against Sarkozy

Two famous French lawyers, former Minister Roland Dumas and Jacques Verges, said Sunday in Tripoli they planned to file complaint against French President Nicolas Sarkozy, for "crimes against humanity" in Libya. During a press conference in Tripoli, a representative of the Libyan Ministry of Justice said that both attorneys had brought "volunteers" to support a complaint by the families of "victims of NATO bombing" against the President Sarkozy, whose country took over the operations of the international coalition in Libya.

Al Qaeda declared an Islamic Emirate''''

About 300 members of the terrorist organization Al Qaeda took Zinjibar Yemeni city and declared the capital of the "Islamic Emirate", a term used during the Islamic regime established by the Taliban when they took Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan in 1996. A local official said the fighters of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP, in English) took Zinjibar on Friday.

The reports could be verified until yesterday because of government restrictions on foreign media. Opponents of President Ali Abdullah Saleh accused him of allowing the entry of militants to the city of more than 19 thousand inhabitants. The president recently said that insecurity in the country could cause the fall in the hands of Al Qaeda in several provinces of South and East.

Investigate deaths of children in Afghanistan attack

The strength of the Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Afghanistan said it is investigating allegations of Afghan officials about the deaths of 32 civilians including 12 children, and 20 policemen in two bombings recorded in the South and East Afghanistan. The latest bombing took place on Saturday, which killed 12 children and two women and six others were injured in the restive southern Afghan province of Helmand, according to Afghan official sources reported.

Britain prepares bombs Libya

Together with other NATO powers, Britain is stepping up its military intervention in Libya, to end the stalemate which enabled Moammar Gadhafi to remain a leader despite weeks of air strikes since a rebel uprising. The United Kingdom is prepared by adding bunker-buster bombs, to the arsenal used their warplanes on Libya, a weapon would send a strong message to Muammar Qaddafi to decide to relinquish power, officials said.

Morocco applies tough on youth protests

Rabat was proud, until recently, to be alone among the Arabs who repressed youth protests that began in late February, but since a couple of weeks his forces systematically used the stick and intimidation to stop with them despite their peaceful nature. The repression was struck, on May 15 on youth who tried to organize a picnic in the forest of Temara surrounding the secret police headquarters, the Oversight Division of the Territory, whose offices had, according to them, a hidden prison .

Rousseff Brasil/Uruguay.- will host a lightning visit to Uruguay to sign cooperation agreements

BRASILIA, 30 May. The president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, held Monday a five-hour flying visit to his Uruguayan counterpart, Jose Mujica, which it hopes to strengthen bilateral relations by signing a dozen economic and social agreements. Rousseff arrive in the morning (afternoon in Spain) to the Air Base No.

1 of the Uruguayan Air Force accompanied by eight of his ministers. Its first activity will be a quick visit to the Technological Laboratory of Uruguay (Latu) which runs a digital television center considered a benchmark in the region, the official Agencia Brasil reported. Rousseff Mujica and negotiating alliances in the areas of infrastructure for the production of software, to power transmission lines, as well as in science, technology and education.

Yemen, police fire on crowd in TaezAlmeno 20 dead and 150 wounded among the demonstrators

Anti-regime demonstrators in Yemen massacre of antigovernment protesters in Taeza, the second city of Yemen. The security forces broke up a sit-in protest in the main square of the city, burning the tents of the camps of protesters and killing at least 20 people and wounding 150. Was reported are the organizers of the protest.

Fifteen deaths were also confirmed from the town hospital. "And 'a massacre - an activist told Agence France Press - and the wounded were dragged by force into the street to be arrested." According to the account of witnesses, the forces of President Ali Abdallah Saleh on the night they attacked with tanks and armored protesters camped at Liberty Square, set fire to their tents and then they evacuated the place.

Mladic is appealing the decision to allow his transfer to the ICTY

Counsel for Ratko Mladic, MeMilos Saljic, appealed Monday, May 30, the court's decision for war crimes Serbian authorize the transfer of his client to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY ) at The Hague. For his part, former military leader of Bosnian Serbs has ensured that he had "nothing to do" with the Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia, which earned him to be indicted for genocide by international justice, according comments reported, Sunday, May 29, by his son Darko.

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Obama promises a national response to tornadoes

The U.S. president, Barack Obama, has led the people of Joplin (Missouri) the message that the world has even seen his "courage" before the tornado a week ago killed at least 139 dead and 44 missing. During a visit Sunday to the neighborhoods reduced to rubble to see first hand the stories of families of the victims, Obama said that Joplin is a "national tragedy" and promised that the town will have federal help until you can get up.

Egypt to deport an Iranian diplomat suspected of espionage

Cairo said on Sunday the arrest and expulsion within 48 hours of an Iranian diplomat suspected of espionage, a case that casts a shadow on the delicate efforts for rapprochement with Tehran incurred since the change of regime in Egypt. The announcement was made shortly after the agency official MENA had announced that the diplomat, arrested in Cairo a few days ago and questioned Sunday by the prosecutor of the State Security, was released.

Separatist Army units put pressure on Saleh Yemen

.- A separatist militant group on Sunday called for other units of the armed forces of Yemen to join him to overthrow President Ali Abdullah Saleh, increasing pressure on the governor to end his term of three decades in the divided country. Opposition leaders accused Saleh separately to allow the city of Zinjibar, in the Gulf of Aden, fell into the hands of militants from Al Qaeda and unleash the alarm in a region which in turn hand over its support for the president.

The Syrian army besieged towns new

Faced with an unprecedented protest movement, the regime of Bashar al-Assad intensifies every week repression against the Syrian people. The authority had sent the army in recent weeks in several cities, including Tall Kalach (150 km northwest of Damascus), Homs (center), Banias (northwest) and Dera (south), home of the revolt .

Sunday at dawn, "dozens of tanks have surrounded" and Talbisseh Rastan, "and the village of Teir Maaleh, situated between Homs and Hama, said an activist of Human Rights. According to another activist, five civilians were killed and several others wounded Sunday by fire from security forces in cities and Talbisseh Rastan, when the security forces and the Syrian army invaded the city.

WTO chief says Arab revolutions in European tourism benefit

.- The secretary general of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Taleb Rifai, said today that the revolutions in the Arab world have benefited countries such as Spain, but warned that this is a temporary phenomenon. "Some places have benefited, especially in Spain the Canary Islands, Balearic Islands and the South," Rifai said during a visit to Cairo, where today he met with the head of government Esam Sharaf and Tourism Minister Munir Fakhri Abdelnur.

The people of Malta voted to legalize divorce

The people of Malta have voted by referendum to legalize divorce. This is the last small country in Europe where divorce was still forbidden. Currently, the Maltese can legally separated, but it is very difficult to remarry because we must first cancel the wedding, a lengthy process - it usually takes about eight years - and complicated.

Voters were asked "Iva" (yes) or "Le" (not) the question: "Are you prepared to offer the possibility of divorce for married couples who are separated for four years when there is no reasonable probability of reconciliation and when the well-being of children is assured? " The official results should be known only in the evening, but the Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi, who had fiercely campaigned against the introduction of divorce legislation, acknowledged the defeat of the "no" to the referendum on Saturday.

Belgrade, ultranationalist streets to Mladic. Twenty injured and hundreds arrested

It 'more than one hundred arrests of a dozen injured stock of violent clashes with police erupted in late last night in Belgrade at the end of the demonstration in support of Ratko Mladic organized by thousands of ultra-nationalists and extremists. Police Chief Milorad Veljovic, quoted by Beta, said at least 13 of the wounded were police officers and four of the hooligans who attacked the police with throwing stones and bottles.

Afghanistan: NATO accused of killing thirty civilians

Thirty civilians and 20 policemen were killed in recent days in two separate airstrikes in Afghanistan to NATO, said Sunday authorities of southern provinces of Helmand and eastern Nuristan. In Helmand, a stronghold of Taliban insurgents and most dangerous province for the coalition since the conflict began in late 2001, helicopters from the NATO intervened to defend a position contested hit two houses in the district of Nawzad, explain the governor's .

Mladic "has nothing to do with Srebrenica" Maybe tomorrow the transfer to The Hague

The former Bosnian Serb general, Ratko Mladic, who was captured last Thursday in northeastern Serbia after 16 years on the run and accused of genocide by the international justice could be transferred to The Hague as early as Monday or Tuesday. He reports Judge Mehmet Guney said today the Turkish news agency Anadolu.

"Mladic could come Monday or Tuesday. In application of international law will be immediately submitted to the court, "said Guney that serves as the court added the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. Guney also said that Mladic will be transferred after the administrative and financial issues related to his transfer.

Berlusconi faces the specter of defeat on home soil

It was at Milan, it all started for Silvio Berlusconi: his birth in 1936, building his empire in construction and in the media around the 80s, launching his political party, Forza Italia with what he s is slender, in 1994, the conquest of Italy. Is that everything could start to finish? The second round of voting in municipal elections in the Lombard capital, Sunday 29 and Monday, May 30, could spell the beginning of the end for the "Cavaliere" accustomed to upsets most compromised.

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Borghezio: "Mladic is a patriot." Here is the analysis of Mimmo Lombezzi

During the program the mosquito on Radio24 Mario Borghezio said "For me, Mladic is a patriot: the patriots are patriots, and I saw no evidence against him." Here is the answer MEP League's envoy to war Mediaset Mimmo Lombezzi. Borghezio said he had not seen evidence against Mladic. But I've seen his tracks during and after the war in Bosnia, and I would suggest the following Borghezio 'sensory experiences': 1) Borghezio could (I volunteer as a guide) a sniff of the 4,000 graves now dot the map Bosnia.

Three French missing in Yemen

Three French humanitarian workers in Yemen have been missing since Saturday in the Hadramout (South East), told the person responsible for security services, saying they had probably been removed. A source contacted by Le Monde in Sanaa confirmed their disappearance. The official, who requested anonymity, added that the three men were reported missing in the afternoon when they were expected home at Seyoun in Hadramout, adding that "their cell phones were suddenly Off ".

Resigns Foundation seized the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo

The sudden resignation of the attorney of the Foundation Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, Sergio Schoklender, the two opposition MPs have called for a formal investigation for possible irregularities in handling public funds, has resulted in a sharp scandal in Argentina. The NGO, headed Hebe de Bonafini, issued a statement saying that there is no irregularity and Schoklender leaves the association to "pursue a personal project," version that keeps the subject.

When Mladic drank with the enemy before you kill him

"Rat", the war, Mladic has always had not only in name (Ratko), but also in the blood. A "vocation" that sinks its roots in the ravines of Balkan history. His father died in 1945, attacking the village of Ante Pavelic, the "leader" who led the Croatian Ustasha genocide of Serbs during the Second World War.

E "Ratko" was the most bloodthirsty member of a caste of general-avengers who led the ethnic cleansing of Croats and Muslims as a massive "retaliation" for what the Serbs had suffered half a century earlier. Compared to general-speakers of UN peacekeepers, who in the ritual of the "Briefing" starched camouflage transmitted in the computer security of electronic warfare, the generals knew Serbian barracks and "rakja" drunk on the front lines with their troops.

Egypt: Mubarak and the two ministers sentenced to a fine of $ 90 million

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his two former ministers were convicted Saturday by a Cairo court fined 90 million dollars (65 million). The three men were convicted of "harming the economy" by cutting national Internet and telephone during a popular revolt on 25 January which led to the downfall of President Mubarak on 11 February.

This amount is the estimated cost of the outage of the Internet for five days decided by the Egyptian government. According to a first estimate published on February 3 by the OECD, "the blocked services (telecommunications and the Internet) are about 3% to 4% of gross domestic product, or a loss of $ 18 million [13 million euros] per day.

The general denies his involvement in the slaughter of Srebrenica

The Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic, who was captured in northern Serbia, says he has nothing to do with the slaughter of Srebrenica, which accuse him, in the words of her son Darko. Speaking to reporters in Belgrade, Mladic's son insisted that his father ordered the enclave bosniomusulmán disposed of in July 1995 the wounded, women and children, and then also the combatants.

"The only thing he says about Srebrenica is that (he) does not have to do with what was done there," said Darko Mladic after visiting her father in the cell of the special department for war crimes by the Court of Belgrade. The Serbian police arrested Ratko Mladic, 68, last Thursday in a village north of Belgrade, where it seems that lived in the house of a cousin for several years.

France, resigns Deputy accused of sexual harassment

Another sex scandal sweeping France. After Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the president of the International Monetary Fund accused of harassment of a waitress, is the time of Georges Tron, Secretary of State for Public Administration, two women accused of harassment and sexual assault. Immediate consequences on the executive: Tron fact, as revealed by the website of the French weekly L'Express, has already submitted his resignation to Prime Minister Francois Fillon.

In the jails of Bashar Al-Assad

But a friend had warned: "You have enough contacts in Damascus to write your articles, you must lock your network." But lock your network, it is ordered to turn round with the same witnesses and the same actors in this revolt began three weeks ago. His warning came back as an echo when agents of the Syrian intelligence services came into the cafe for me to challenge Domino.

Half an hour earlier, a young woman called me on my cell phone. She offered to give me information. Appointment is given at 17 30 pm, Saturday, April 9, in a café in Bab Touma. A few minutes later, I'm kidnapped by seven men of strong build. Handcuffed, I am led to my house where they conducted a search.

Minister resigns francs accused of sexual agresin

Secretary of State of the French public, Georges Tron, accused of sexual assault by two former employees of the City of Draveil, where he is mayor, announced this morning his resignation of the government of Nicolas Sarkozy. The politician, with rank of minister, has expressed its willingness to prove his innocence, after several days of controversy.

Just two weeks after the arrest in the U.S. for sexual assault of the International Monetary Fund director Dominique Strauss-Khan, who was emerging as the Socialist candidate for president and was leading the polls, if Tron had become untenable for the Executive . In a letter to conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy, Tron, 53, indicated his intention to "defend his innocence, fighting against vindictive allegations of two former partners," which had been dismissed for various reasons.

Strauss-Kahn, exile luxury and gilded prison for "the new man of the French middle class"

Was to represent the French middle class because you no longer at the end of the month. Those who drag in hypermarkets in the suburbs in search of 'fair price'. Struggling with cuts in public school (in Paris there are parents who are tired of turning to alternate classes for their children, looking for "qualified teachers" themselves with ads in the newspapers).

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, economist estimated the brilliant politician, he had to convince the silent majority do not vote more for Nicolas Sarkozy, but for him, one on the left, the presidential election next year. Yes, he should. There 's been like way. Strauss-Kahn would have raped the attendant at the Sofitel New York where he was staying, the officer at his luxurious room.

Egypt opens its border with Gaza

Killed 18 civilians and 20 police officers at a NATO bombing

.- At least 18 civilians and 20 policemen were killed in a bombing by NATO forces in Afghanistan reported on Thursday during an operation in the east that killed more than 85 Taliban, Efe said an official source. "18 civilians were killed because the Taliban used villagers as human shields and fired on Afghan and international forces from their homes," he told Efe Jalaludin Badr, governor of Nuristan province, where the bombing occurred.

Britain prepares bunker-buster bombs Libya

"Great Britain is preparing to add bunker-buster bombs to their arsenal are using warplanes on Libya, a weapon would send a strong message to Muammar Qaddafi to decide to relinquish power, officials said Sunday. Britain and other NATO powers are stepping up their military intervention in Libya, to end the stalemate allowed to remain a leader Gadhafi despite weeks of air strikes since a rebel uprising.

Malta says s divorce with the support of 52% of citizens

Malta has said yes to a divorce after more than 52% of citizens will be shown in its favor in a referendum held yesterday on the Mediterranean island, reports the Times of Malta. The landlocked country, with 98% of Catholics among its nearly 500,000 inhabitants, is the only country in the European Union (EU) still does not provide this figure in its legislation.

Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi conservative, has said that "the results are not what they had wanted, but the will of the people must be respected and the Parliament will act to introduce a divorce law." In Malta it is already contained in the marital separation and divorce obtained abroad by the couples formed by two Maltese or a Maltese and a foreigner already legally recognized by the state.

Malta says "yes" to divorce

Malta says "yes" to the divorce. The referendum for the legalization is passed by a clear majority of 54% of the vote. The island had been the last European country that has not yet recognized this institution. The Maltese voted in net despite an intensive campaign by the Church, who last night before the polls closed, he issued a note of apology to the voters for a few messages that were deemed "not to insult or clear" by of some members of the clergy.

A second Egyptian revolution?

The Yemeni army is faced with suspected militants of Al Qaeda in Zinyibar

.- The Yemeni army launched an attack today against hundreds of suspected militants of Al Qaeda and other radical Islamic groups that took control of the coastal city of Zinyibar, in southern Yemen, security sources said. The sources told Efe that the Army has begun a "cleansing operation" in the city and in the streets there are numerous corpses.

As a result of the fighting, thousands of people in this town have moved to the port of Aden, about 60 miles southwest of Zinyibar, capital of the province of Abyan. The clashes took place after police officers yesterday to leave the city after an attack by Islamic radicals. On Friday, nineteen people were killed in fighting between security forces and armed groups.

Suicide bombing kills Afghan police commander

.- Gen. Mohammad Daud, a police commander for northern Afghanistan, was killed Saturday in a suicide bombing at the headquarters of the provincial governor of Takhar in northern Afghanistan, officials said. Daud, who was attending a meeting with other officials, is one of the six people killed in the attack claimed by the Taliban.

In the explosion 10 people were also wounded, including the provincial governor Abdul Jabar Taqwa, as reported by the BBC. An intelligence official who survived the attack told the BBC Taloqan that General Daud had left a meeting and went to the second floor when there was a big explosion.

Libyan opposition Saluda G-8 stance on Gadhafi

Afganistn report the deaths of 12 children and two women in a NATO bombing

A NATO bombing in southern Afghanistan has killed 12 children and two women, as reported by local authorities. Six others, three of them children, were injured. The Alliance and the Afghan army are investigating the incident, which occurred yesterday after a U.S. base suffered an insurgent attack in Helmand province.

"The dead are five girls, seven boys and two girls, and among the six wounded three kids and a woman," said the provincial governor's office said in a statement, picked up by Efe. The air strike directed against suspected insurgents, instead hit two homes full of civilians, an event which happens quite often and contributes to the unpopularity of the international mission in Afghanistan.

If Africa has a sore in Europe

We are constantly asked to pay via SMS, an offering for black Africa, especially for children who do not have schools that are not eligible for an education as they should, who die of diseases we treat, such as typhoid or disappeared for some time such as malaria. Some companies, to win potential customers, say that one or two Euros will be allocated to help Africa.

When the money reaches its destination, where you arrive, which are handled by NGOs, the best of intentions, using them for certain projects on site. These 'beautiful souls' I want to tell the story of Nana Konadu Yadom an Ashanti, ancient tribes of black Africa, the queen of a small village, Besora, surrounded by subtropical jungle of Ghana.

"If I can not find a job this year, I left Spain"

Murcia (Spain), Special Envoy - In the car that took him to the outskirts of Murcia, in south-eastern Spain, Manuel (the names have been changed), 28, storing a few boxes of clothes. "I started my move, he whispers. I returned to live with my parents." As one of two in the region, he is unemployed. And has more than enough to pay his rent.

The young man had yet put all the chances on his side, opting for a career in science and technology could interest a wide range of businesses. After four years of study in industrial engineering at the University of Carthage, his choice proved wise: he was immediately hired a local security and video surveillance.

Ratko Mladic: "Serbia has waited until the last moment"

Ratko Mladic was arrested Thursday, May 26 after sixteen years on the run. In 2006, journalist Jacques Massé analyzed in his book Our beloved war criminals, the ambiguous attitude of the Serbian authorities on the case of a military commander. For Le Monde. fr, it details the protections Mladic enjoyed since 1995.

Between 1996 and 1997, he has this tolerance. He lives in Han Pijesak, a military complex totally impregnable to forty miles Saravejo in Republika Srpska. Somehow, he is the guarantor of respect for the Dayton accords in Bosnia Serb Republic and the fact that the Serbian military units do not open fire when they see a convoy of NATO .

Italian delegation to visit Gaza Strip. Not without problems

The Province of Rome is the first Italian institutional body to enter the Gaza Strip after the operation Lead Time. Last week an official delegation headed by the Provincial Council of the Left and Freedom Gianluca Peciola visited Israel in Gaza and from there to observe the living conditions of the population of the Gaza Strip and encourage, through the implementation of certain projects, breaking down ' Israeli embargo imposed isolation.

Portfolio Sound - In Lima, the anti-Fujimori rally before the presidential

Barcelona, Plaza Catalunya is in the hands of "indignados"

"We thank the Mossos for giving us new strength to fight our battle," said Leire, young "indignada, speaking from the position of Radio Contrabanda wheel, built in a tent in the heart of Plaza Catalunya in Barcelona. Along with many other participants in employment promoted by the movement "Real Democracia Ya" is escaped to the positions of the agents in Catalonia, the Generalitat sent to clear the square.

Yemen: Saleh plays "map of violence as a headlong rush"

Since Monday 23 May, the Yemeni capital was the scene of violent clashes between forces loyal to President Saleh and opposition to the plan, embodied in particular by the powerful tribal leader Sadek al-Ahmar. According to an initial assessment, more than eighty people have already died in the fighting city.

Samy Dorlian, teacher at the IEP of Aix-en-Provence, President Saleh "opts for violence as a headlong rush to cause splits in the opposition movement." Sheikh Sadeq Al-Ahmar is the head of one of the biggest tribal confederations of Yemen. A confederation to which belongs also the President Saleh.

Berlusconi and Obama: lurking with self-timer

The fact that B. went to warn his personal photographer, one minute before diavvicinarsi to harass Obama does not care about his legal problems of the rest (the summit this year, the war in Libya, Greece in bankruptcy, the international economic crisis, the Arab riots , Japan on his knees, the arrest of Mladic, and Executioner even economic catastrophe and political institutions of Italy) is not an irrelevant detail.

Russia asked to intervene to secure the withdrawal of Qaddafi

According to a Russian official on the sidelines of the G8 in Deauville, Russia is ready to play an intermediary role for the departure of Muammar Gaddafi. "If the tone of respect observed by Russia in its dialogue with the Libyan authorities helped Mr. Gaddafi to make the right decision, it would in my opinion a serious and important contribution on our part to settle a serious and potentially even more dangerous for Libya and the region, "announced Friday, May 27 to press the Deputy Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov.

Tripoli, a strong explosion near the residence of Kadhafi

A loud explosion was heard this morning in the center of Tripoli in the district where the residence of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. The aim of the raid was a Libyan Army barracks not far from the bunker of the rais. The walls are partially collapsed, and the warehouses were destroyed housed within the complex.

Meanwhile, sources from Brussels to the reserves stated that the previous night raids had targeted a position of command and control, also located near the fortified building where he lives the Libyan leader, and some deposits of military vehicles.

The G8 has 40 billion dollars for the "Arab spring"

In their final declaration, the leaders of G8 countries, meeting in Deauville on the Normandy coast, called for the resignation of Libya's Colonel Muammar Gaddafi called on the Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, fades, and condemned the violence Syrian government against its people. "The historic changes currently occurring in North Africa and the Middle East could pave the way for similar changes to those occurring in Central and Eastern Europe after the fall of the Berlin Wall," they write.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

The "Spanish Spring" will arrive in Italy?

"When you begin to say enough in Italy? When?!? "This is what a little 'time wonder many Italians, young and old. Among them is also Johanna, 29, a girl from the Trentino Alto Adige, which works in Valencia for more than a year. Johanna is experiencing first hand the so-called "Spanish Spring" and then, more than others, can not help but ask yourself this question, to desire the same "spring" for his country of origin.

Ratko Mladic is "transferable" at The Hague

The Belgrade court in charge of war crimes has decided Friday, May 27, that Ratko Mladic was "transferred" to the ICTY in The Hague. The interrogation of the former leader of the Bosnian Serb army had been suspended Thursday night because of his poor health, before returning Friday morning. "The judge believes it is able to follow the hearings.

Personally, I think it is not," he said to reporters. "We are therefore obliged to request an independent medical opinion" about the health of Ratko Mladic, he said. Previously, the son of Ratko Mladic, Darko, told the press that the health of his father was "disturbing. (...) We saw my father for the first time today.

Rio-Paris flight, the black box: a peak in three minutes

Endless moments of panic. For three and a half minutes, Air France 447 flight from Paris to Rio de Janeiro, the bloody June 9, 2009, crashed down into the sea. Instruments aboard the pilots have seen appear two different speeds, but only one stated: the aircraft was descending at an excessive. "We have no valid claim," were the last words uttered by one of them.

Before sinking. And only now beginning to surface the truth on that first crash that killed 228 people. It has since been the focus of rumors, leaks, even a good dose of silence, since the tragedy involving public groups such as Air France, the manufacturer of the plane Airbus (Franco-German consortium).

Violent clashes between army and tribes in Yemen

Military planes have bombed, Friday, May 27, a military blockade of the Republican Guard north-east of Sanaa, took some time earlier by tribal fighters. "Our men were attacked early in the morning three military checkpoints of the Republican Guard in the area Fardh [about 75 km northeast of Sana'a]. (...) We managed to take control of one of these positions, "said one tribal source, who also said that six attackers and a soldier were killed during these clashes.

Borghezio Executioner's on the Srebrenica "Mladic is a true patriot, I'm going to find it"

Borghezio is with Mladic. The League's hard and pure Srebrnica of the Executioner, the author of the Bosnian genocide, the man who helped to shed blood in the former Yugoslavia, the friend of the Tiger Arkan. Borghezio is with him, no ifs, ands or buts. Even thought the allegations against the former military captured yesterday after 16 years on the run.

And so by the microphones on the Mosquito Radio24 says: "For me, Mladic is a patriot. I have not seen the evidence, the Patriots are patriots. Those that have addressed political charges. " Enough? Not at all. Why Po MEP continues: "The Serbs would have stopped the Islamic advance into Europe, but not let you do.

No break in the fight against impunity

The arrest of former Serb war leader Ratko Mladic, responsible for one of the most serious crimes committed in Europe since the end of World War II, the massacre of 8,000 Bosnian men and boys in Srebrenica in July 1995 is a victory for international justice. We will not dwell here on the long wait that preceded this announcement: Sixteen years have passed since the indictment of Ratko Mladic by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.

The Public Prosecutor is investigating the heritage Brasilea 'number 2' of Government

The Brazilian Federal Public Ministry, through its Attorney, announced yesterday the opening of an investigation into the sudden enrichment of the Minister for the Civil and number two the Brazilian government, Antonio Palocci. All efforts coordinated between the president Lula da Silva, the Executive and the Workers' Party (PT) to stop an investigation of the case, just as they claim the opposition parties in Parliament have been in vain.

Libya, loud explosions from the bunker raisElicotteri war Born in Misurata

Three months after the start of the riots, fighting continues in Libya. If the balance of land between loyalist forces and insurgents has not undergone major changes, the forces involved in NATO air strikes in the region announced that they have been reduced to a minimum the ability of the military regime of Muammar Gaddafi.

Soon will be used to Misurata - one of the hottest fronts and humanitarian crisis - the British Apache helicopter gunships and the French Tigre, more focused operations. Five loud explosions have been registered during the night in Tripoli, where it has nell'areain barracks-bunker of Bab al Azizizya, alleged residence of the Rais.

"Serbia can claim a record unmatched with international justice"

Serbian authorities had tried to explain that Ratko Mladic had fled, but they had no evidence, no evidence enabling them to support these claims. Mladic was protected by its allies, especially in the Serb army and the authorities knew it. The defensive line of Mladic in 2011 is currently unknown. We'll have more details during his appearance before the International Tribunal, before which he will plead guilty or not guilty at his arrival at The Hague.

Increase tensions with weak Yemen ceasefire

An informal ceasefire between the security forces of President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, and a tribal group on Saturday led to a pause in the fighting, after nearly a week of deadly clashes that brought the country to the brink of war civil. This week's clashes left some 115 dead, caused thousands of people to flee in Sana'a and left open the possibility that chaos benefits the arm of Al Qaeda in Yemen and threatening the nearby Saudi Arabia, the world's largest exporter of oil.

The NATO chief in the north from Afghanistan survives suicide attack

Seven people, including two police officers, three German soldiers of NATO and two guards were killed today in a Taliban suicide attack against the governor's house in the northern Afghan province of Takhar, where senior officials of the country and participating Alliance in a meeting. Among those attending the meeting was the commander of NATO forces in northern Afghanistan, Germany Markus Kneip, who has been hurt.

G8 letter to Obama on B. "Not in my name"

Dear President Obama, if they had told me twenty years ago that one day I wrote to the President of the United States of America, I would not have thought possible. Now the circumstances require it to me, in the interests of my country, I am honored to represent the European Parliament. All of Italy has seen an embarrassing video of the G8 in Deauville during which our former president of the Council of Ministers has approached to let them know of the "drift" which refers to our "politicized judiciary," the fact that all the judges "left" want to ruin it.

Thousands of Egyptians Tahrir Square for more democracy

Tens of thousands of people gathered Friday Tahrir Square in Cairo to protest against the slow pace of reform after the regime change in February and the grip of the country by the army. This event, the call including youth movements active on the Internet, calls a "second revolution" and wants a new "day of rage" in reference to major events that led to the downfall of President Hosni Mubarak.

Syria protests leave 8 dead

.- Syrian security forces shot dead eight people Friday, activists said, after protesters defied a nationwide offensive launched by President Bashar al-Assad to end the revolt. Human rights groups estimate that at least a thousand people have been killed in the 10 weeks of rioting. Leaders of the Group of Eight rich nations met in France said they were "dismayed" by the death of peaceful protesters, and demanded an immediate end to the use of force.

Fined for cutting communications Mubarak protest

An Egyptian court fined on Saturday the ousted President Hosni Mubarak and two other former officials with 540 million pounds (90.64 million dollars) to cut mobile phone services and internet during protests in January, a judicial source said. This is the first ruling against Mubarak since he was ousted Feb.

11. Mubarak is facing more serious charges, including ordering the killing of demonstrators, a charge that could carry the death penalty. A judicial source said that the administrative court fined Mubarak to 200 million Egyptian pounds, the former Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif to 40 million pounds, and former Interior Minister Habib el-Adly with 300 million pounds.

Four years in jail for a former governor of the Bank of Italy

The governor of the Bank of Italy Antonio Fazio has been sentenced to four years in prison and five of disqualification from holding public office by a court in Milan. The judges considered evidence that Fazio made in 2005 a crime of insider trading when he was at stake the disputed sale of Antonveneta Italian credit institution.

Fazio, who favored the prosecution by the People's Bank of Lodi (now BPI) against the interests of Dutch ABN Amro institute must pay 1.5 million euros in compensation. The first governor of the Bank of Italy to receive a criminal conviction was replaced because of the scandal by Mario Draghi, the next director of the European Central Bank.

"We indignados", the words to say

Indignados. Spaniards are tired of the political class that, say, does not care about the country or the future of young people (the rate of unemployment among the under 30 nearly 45%). From May 15 to 22, the day of the vote in local elections which has severely punished Zapatero, thousands of people have joined the movement Democracia Ya Real and have even camped out at the Puerta del Sol in Madrid and in Plaça de Catalunya in Barcelona (until the evacuation of this morning).

The Tunisian Prime Minister talks about a likely postponement of elections

The Tunisian Prime Minister, Beji Caid Essebsi said, Friday, May 27, that the elections scheduled July 24 in Tunisia will be postponed if the electoral commission "believes that it is necessary," she once said, during a press briefing at the G8 summit. "This is not postponed, but the commission [election] was felt that a little more time for these elections are above reproach, fair and transparent," said the head of the transitional government.

Relief by opening Gaza border

.- The opening of the main crossing from the Gaza Strip with the outside world, scheduled for Saturday, is a long-awaited relief for the population and a significant achievement for Hamas, which governs the Palestinian territory, but highlights the deterioration of relations from Egypt to Israel since the uprising that overthrew Hosni Mubarak in February.

Egypt plans to open the Rafah crossing on its border with Gaza, has worried Israel, which fears that Hamas militants will move more freely to enter and leave the territory largely blocked. Egypt's decision, announced shortly after the fall Mubarak and the military took power, was a drastic change.

NATO attacks in daylight near the palace of Gadhafi in Tripoli

.- A NATO air strike today was heard during the day in Tripoli, in the Bab Aziza, where the residential complex Muammar Gadhafi after the Alliance shelled this night several areas of the capital, according to Qatari television channel Al Jazeera. Witnesses in the Libyan capital said they heard a loud explosion around 10:00 local time (08:00 GMT) near the palace of the Bab Aziza, after which there was a large plume of white smoke rising from the area.

Confiscated a mummy and three skulls in a mailing from Bolivia

BUENOS AIRES, 28 May. The Federal Administration of Public Revenue Argentina (AFIP) has confiscated a complete mummy discovered three skulls in a mailing from Bolivia, as reported by the Argentine newspaper 'La Nacion'. The contents had been declared as replicas of Peruvian ceramics. According to the source, it would be remains of the Paracas culture (which came in the eighth century BC and disappeared in the third century).

Permanently Egypt reopens its border with Gaza

Just after nine o'clock Egypt opened its border with Gaza indefinitely, thus breaking the siege from 2007 maintains the freedom of a million and half people subject to the whims of the Government of Israel. There was great excitement in Rafah at that hour. Most of the informants had been withheld from seven o'clock in the pre-border controls, with arguments for all tastes.

The old ways are forgotten later, Hosni Mubarak and Arafat fell from its pedestal just 100 days. Neither on the frontier, there was a great influx in the early hours. However, the trickle has grown up to become a steady stream, mostly out of the Strip. Although input. At this time more than 300 people have already crossed the Egyptian Palestinian side.

Lebanon, La Russa: "You are wounded, no deaths" Severe conditions of two Italian soldiers

No Italian soldier died in the attack this afternoon in Lebanon, reported the general Massimo Fogari. The spokesman of the Defence Staff, has thus denied the rumors about the death of one or more military, the news spread quickly after the attack. Six peacekeepers were injured, however, along with three civilians Libyans.

"Two of the injuries are severe - added the Minister of Defense Ignazio La Russa - one risked losing an eye while the other has a tear in the carotid artery and has already been operated on." According to hospital sources in which they are hospitalized, but both are out of danger. The military are victims of the explosion of a bomb - probably 10 pounds and driven away - hidden behind a concrete barrier on the highway directly to the port city of Sidon, 40 kilometers south of Beirut.

When Berlusconi calls Barack Obama the "dictatorship of judges left" in Italy

Silvio Berlusconi took advantage of the G8 in Deauville, Thursday 26 and Friday 27 May, to plead his case personally to Barack Obama. On the occasion of an apparent break in the talks on Thursday, the Italian Prime Minister caused a brief tete-a-tete with Bush. The meeting was filmed content that exchange of two minutes was made public.

Mr. Berlusconi, who appears in court in several trials in Italy - including abuse of power and incitement to prostitution of a minor - told the U.S. president: "We introduced the reform and justice for us is fundamental because right now we have almost a dictatorship of judges left. " Barack Obama before an impassive, shaking his head slightly toward the translator, Silvio Berlusconi continues: "I have been thirty and a trial and I've always been acquitted." The insistence of the Italian request to the president of the world's greatest power on an internal matter, if not personal, at a summit devoted to major international issues like the war in Libya, the Cavaliere is mockery, Friday Press the peninsula.

"Yes to the Fund for the Arab spring" from the G8 package to $ 40 billion

The G8 has agreed to allocate $ 40 billion for 2011-2013 in Tunisia and Egypt. E 'as foreseen in the draft final communique of the summit being held in Deauville, and what is enhanced by French President Nicolas Sarkozy to the Tunisian Minister of Finance Jalloud Ayed. Assistance will be provided by international financial institutions (see IMF) and multilateral development banks (see the EBRD or EIB) and will be tied "to supporting the development and appropriate efforts on the reform front.

Washington calls on Moscow to put pressure on Gaddafi

The U.S. president, Barack Obama, asked his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, to impress upon Muammar Gaddafi that if he wants to stay alive, he must leave the country, said a senior Russian official who participated in the talks, quoted by the newspaper Kommersant on Friday. "It has been proposed to the Kremlin to take part in a mission (...): to convey to Colonel Gaddafi that he will survive if he voluntarily gives up power and leave Libya," the Russian daily.

Srebrenica, not to forget

If someone had forgotten the crimes of Ratko Mladic, for example, the systematic massacre of civilians in Srebrenica 7000 (made under the eyes and the indirect complicity of UN peacekeepers and the international community), we highly recommend the beautiful and terrible documentary of 1999 A Cry From The Grave, by Leslie Woodhead, for the most part composed of footage shot during the events.

Arrest of Mladic: Bosnian press welcomes the Serbian press gives details

The Serbian press widely evoked, Friday, May 27, circumstances and consequences of the arrest of Ratko Mladic, Thursday, in north-eastern Serbia. Two daily newspapers and a portrait of the front of the former military leader of Bosnian Serbs. This picture of Ratko Mladic, 69, cap on head, and published by Politika Blic, is the first known since the end of his run, which began after the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina (1992-1995).

Colonies blessed with Netanyahu

At-Tuwani is in the southern West Bank, occupied by generous and hospitable Palestinians living under Israeli military occupation and oppression of the continuous harassment of the settlers of the settlements that arise at a stone's throw of the village, from the bush where there are the container of an outpost (the method used by settlers to expand more and more the settlement).

Only two days ago, the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the United States, denied the possibility of a Palestinian state within the '67 borders (as advocated by Obama) and reaffirmed the waiver to the colonies. It can think about how you want, but you can not deny the objective difficulty of creating a state with neighboring parts of the country internally.

Hillary Clinton's visit to Pakistan to warm relations

The head of American diplomacy, Hillary Clinton, visited surprise visit Friday to Pakistan, including providing to ask "difficult questions" to ally after the elimination of Osama bin Laden. The United States has "absolutely no evidence" that any charge to the "highest level" in Pakistan have known the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden, "said Secretary of State.

She added that anti-Americanism is deeply rooted in public opinion in Pakistan "will not solve the problems" of the country. Hillary Clinton met with President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and General Ashfaq Kayani, head of the army. It is accompanied by Admiral Mike Mullen, Chief of Staff U.S..

From G8 Summit "to stop violence in Syria and Libya" Resume Negotiations in Middle East

Stop the violence in Libya and Syria. To ask are the Heads of State and Government of the G8, as stated in the draft final declaration of the summit of Deauville. The leaders of the eight most industrialized countries of the world call on the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to "cease the use of force and intimidation against the Syrian people and to engage in dialogue and fundamental reforms." As for Libya, the G8 will ask "an immediate end to the use of force by the Gaddafi regime" in Libya, reaffirming support for "a political settlement that reflects the will of the people." From the draft comes the request for '"a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through" the resumption "of negotiations without references" to reach a "framework agreement on all issues concerning the final status." Leaders of Eight most industrialized countries have expressed also "full confidence" in Japan and on his recovery from the Fukushima nuclear crisis.