Saturday, January 29, 2011

The Egyptian police are rigorously against demonstrators to prevent mass protests against President Mubarak.

The Egyptian police are rigorously against demonstrators to prevent mass protests against President Mubarak. Dozens of people were arrested in Cairo, water cannons are used. The opponents of the dictator throw stones. The security forces have permission to shoot. Cairo - will by all means prevent the Egyptian leadership's announced opposition mass protests against President Hosni Mubarak.

They are cracking down the protesters, mainly from the center of Cairo are violent clashes reported. The police near a mosque, water cannon against hundreds of demonstrators who chanted "Down with Mubarak". She went in front with rubber bullets against opposition supporters, who at a rally with the Nobel Peace Mohamed ElBaradeiteilnahmen.

White House: Ex-"Time" reporter becomes new Obama spokesman

Carney was previously director of the Washington office of "Time" and reported for the prestigious magazine in the office of Obama's predecessor, George W. Bush on the White House. He was Moscow correspondent. Gibbs, one of the closest confidants Obama had said three weeks ago to try to advise the President in the future from outside the White House.

He is expected to work in the campaign team for re-election Obama's 2012th

With mass protests, Egypt's opposition wants to shake the Mubarak regime.

The dictator has, therefore, the Internet connection in Cairo and other parts can break. Twitter and Facebook, but also SMS and mail services are blocked. Several Muslim brothers were arrested.  Hosni Mubarak tried drastic measures to stop the resistance in the population against him, Egypt's president has had prior to the announced mass protests after Friday prayers in many parts of the country cut the internet connections.

Hacker attacks: FBI takes action against WikiLeaks-supporters

Police have searched in the U.S. more than 40 homes. The investigations are directed against the hacker group "Anonymous". She had paralyzed in solidarity with WikiLeaks sites of large companies. The British police arrested five cyber activists. The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has searched in investigation of cyber-attacks more than 40 homes.

The authority announced on Thursday evening, the attacks were directed against large organizations and companies such as Amazon. They had been attacked by hackers, after the unveiling platform WikiLeaks secret U.S. documents was published. The attacks are alleged to have been committed by a group called "Anonymous", had supported the WikiLeaks.

Ukraine: Kiev Mayor disappeared for months

In Ukraine, there is confusion regarding the whereabouts of the eccentric mayor of Kiev, Leonid Tschernowetski. For more than two months he has not appeared in public. It is speculated that since he is on vacation.  No Christmas speech, no New Year's wishes to the people: for more than two months, Leonid Tschernowetski, Mayor of Kiev, not seen in public.

Meanwhile sprout wild rumors that could have happened to the mayor well. On Thursday, finally, turned the head of government of Ukraine personally. "Is he on vacation or what?" Asked Prime Minister Mikola Azarov the Head of Government, Alexander Popov, at a meeting in Kiev. "Find necessarily the mayor, telling him that people miss him in Kiev, want to see him.

Unrest in Egypt: ElBaradei sits at the top of the protests

ElBaradei, the Egyptian Nobel Peace Prize has landed in Cairo - and wants to lead the opposition movement, if people want that. At the next he wants to attend demonstrations. He provoked the regime of President Mubarak. Cairo - Mohamed ElBaradei made his announcement true. On Thursday evening he arrived in the Egyptian capital Cairo.

The former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency wants to place himself at the side of the demonstrators. He offered himself as leader of a possible transitional government. On his arrival back ElBaradei had critical questions about why he returned only after days of protests, with several deaths in Egypt: "It is a process." Egypt stand at a crossroads.

Response to unrest: does Israel support the dictator of Egypt?

While media in Europe celebrate the protests in Egypt, Israel is pursuing the official development with concern. In Jerusalem it is clear to the dictator Mubarak, a key ally in the Arab world - for fear of the alternatives. Israel is usually a country where politicians have an opinion on any topic, and they reveal too much.

But for several days, Israel's leadership team wrapped in an unusual question in silence. No one is willing to make comments on the unrest in Egypt, an official comment. Not because the riots in the southern neighboring country here, no one interested, quite the contrary, the news programs who give usually a day of six clock in the morning until just after midnight an intensive navel-gazing report continuously on the events in the Arab world, from Tunisia to Fascinated with Lebanon, even enthusiastic comments radio, television and newspapers have the courage of the demonstrators in the streets of Cairo and give the impression as if they rejoiced not only at the historic spectacle, but as it was them actually located on democracy in the country on the Nile.

Rousseff breaks the bonds of Brazil with Irn rge

In a speech received a standing ovation in Rio Grande do Sul, to Holocaust survivors, the Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff struck late on Thursday for his vigorous defense of human rights by their country in the world: "My Government will a tireless advocate for equality and human rights anywhere in the world, "he said.

"We are not a people hater, nor a people that respects the hatred, why Brazil has a historical position to be proud of." President's speech to the influential Jewish Confederation of Brazil (CONIBO), was interpreted as a clear change of Brazilian foreign policy towards Iran after the strong ties forged by former President Lula, especially during his second term, the president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Riots and deaths in Egypt The President on TV: "E 'conspiracy'

CAIRO - Not even the night stop the battle of Cairo. In fact, complicit in the dark, even the wicked. Skirmishes between police and demonstrators in the morning to the evening turned into guerrilla warfare in the streets and now he shoots fire occurs. In the center, near the big hotels, as in the outskirts of this vast city.

From truncheons to rifles, from stones to Molotov, the step was short. Only the dead in the capital would be at least a fortnight, the injured over one thousand, five hundred of those arrested. These numbers are obviously not official confirmation. Internet is out, as well as mobile phones and fixed close to collapse.

Tunisia - Tunisia: an academic and business leaders into the government

He will join the new interim government charged with managing the affairs of the new Tunisia, waiting to be organized, within six months of presidential and legislative elections. Appointed Minister of Health, it is also the wife of one of the largest players in the post Ben Ali, Mahmoud Ben Romdhane economist, member of the party of former opposition Ettajdid (post-communist) also represented in the provisional government of Tunisia.

Dmitry Medvedev ratified START

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has signed the law Friday, Jan. 28 to ratify the nuclear disarmament treaty between Russia and U.S. Start, approved this week by the Russian parliament, according to images broadcast by Russian television. Earlier in the week, both houses of Russian parliament had ratified the treaty on reducing strategic weapons, completing the approval process of the text signed by Medvedev and U.S.

Thousands of Jordanians express

The protests continued in the Middle East. More than 3,000 people, according to police, took to the streets after prayers, Friday, January 28 in Amman, the Jordanian capital, to protest against high prices and government economic policy, with Egypt and Tunisia in the background. "O Egypt, spread your men and rid us of Hosni Mubarak", "Hosni Mubarak, the plane waiting for you", "Greetings to the Egyptian people, the whole nation is inspired by you", "Ben Ali, attention Hosni Mubarak will join you "," Warm greetings to the powerful Tunisia, "the protesters chanted, waving Jordanian flags and those of their parties.

Egypt - How the Internet has cut Egypt

There are still a few days, it was almost unthinkable: cutting total or near total access to the Internet had never been practiced by any government, with the exception of Burma, whose network is poorly developed and where both service providers (ISPs) are controlled by the state. But within hours, the Egyptian authorities have managed to cut off access to the entire network by ordering ISPs to stop both access protocols DNS (Domain Name Server, which directs the computer to the addresses sites) and BGP (Border Gate Protocol, which indicates which IP addresses are used by ISPs).

At least eight killed in a suicide bombing in Kabul

A suicide bomber blew himself up, Friday, January 28, in a supermarket in central Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, frequented by foreigners. Eight dead, including three foreign and a child, were extracted from the rubble, police said in Kabul. The suicide bombing was claimed from the a spokesman for Taliban rebels, Zabihullah Mujahid, who was assured that employees of a private American security.

Egypt - cyberactivists Anonymous distraught face of the blocking

They had seized the protesters Tunisian and Egyptian, but the near-total blockage of the Internet in Egypt has dampened expectations of activists claiming the network Anonymous. Informal network, Anonymous is not a group in the strict sense: it brings together Internet users, usually young and technical knowledge variables, which occasionally combine for a cause.

Using tools very accessible, it is already taken Anonymous sites Mastercard or PayPal, in support of Julian Assange, official websites and Tunisian or Egyptian. But the Internet outage throughout Egypt deprives the network of its traditional mode of action: the attack called "denial of service", notes lead to a large number of connections to a fake site saturate and thus block its access.

Live: Obama reacts to the situation in Egypt

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Battisti, Roussef Napolitano writes "Here are the reasons for the no extradition"

ROME - The "no" to the extradition of Cesare Battisti, Lula announced in December, is "a legal opinion based on interpretation of the state supreme Advocacy bilateral treaty on extradition" means the Brazilian president says Dilma Rousseff in a letter to the President of the Republic, Giorgio Napolitano, published - in facsimile - the Brazilian newspaper Folha de S.

Paulo. The letter is dated January 24, three days after, the same letter that was sent to the Brazilian President Napolitano asked to observe the extradition treaty with Rome, and to surrender, then, the Italian courts Cesare Battisti. The letter opens with a "thank you" for "the kindness of the statements by President Napolitano on the occasion" of my election and subsequent settlement.

An elected official of New York wants to ban the phone in the street

Tirana, in the square in memory of the victims Opposition wins his battle

TIRANA - The opposition Socialists won his battle in Albania and dominate the political scene by dragging the square in 100 000 people with a peaceful demonstration, compact and quiet. Even fears the day before pushing the police to evoke the specter of new incidents have been proven wrong. For a couple of hours the part of the country for a year and a half challenges the social and economic policies of Prime Minister Sali Berisha, leader of a center-breakfast, it was around a dozen close relatives of three victims killed by Republican Guard soldiers Friday, January 20 during the violent clashes between protesters and security forces.

Egypt cut off Internet

After two days of occasional blocks of telecommunications services and Web services like Twitter and Facebook, the authorities have moved to a more radical attempt to prevent demonstrations planned on Friday: they simply cut off access to the Internet throughout the country. Shortly after midnight, many witnesses have reported that Internet access was blocked.

According to data assembled by the computer security company Arbor Networks, all Internet access providers Egyptians cut their services on Friday morning. A single provider, Noor was still connected to the network on Friday morning. The only exception to the cut, the exchange services: The EGX 30, the index Egyptian still has access to the Internet backbone, the heart of the network.

Violence in Egypt kills at least five people and wounded about 870

.- About 870 protesters were injured and at least five people have died in protests against the Government of Egypt according to medical sources. The new figure of injured double a previous estimate. The sources said that 450 protesters were treated in the street and taken to hospital, while another 420 were hospitalized.

Earlier some were seriously injured, including some with gunshot wounds. There were some policemen injured, but no exact figure yet. The curfew, the first known in the recent history of the country, entered into force, until further notice, at 18:00 local time and end at 07:00 local time.

Attack in Kabul, at least nine dead in supermarket frequented by foreigners

KABUL - At least nine people, including three foreign nationals, were killed and several others wounded in a suicide bombing in a supermarket in Kabul frequented by people from abroad in the embassy quarter. The death toll was provided by the police chief, Mohammed Ayub Salang. Responsibility for the attack, the most serious accident in the Afghan capital by questions a year now, has been claimed by the Taliban who have made explicit its intention to target foreigners and, in particular, employees of U.S.

Egypt: the call for a new "day of anger", the power blocks communication channels

Internet was blocked, Friday 28 January morning in Cairo while young pro-democracy activists behind the movement, the group of "6-April", inspired by the revolt that ousted the Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, called for more demonstrations, starting 13 hours after Friday prayers. Objective: "More than one million people in the street." Several users have reported Egyptian Friday unable to connect to websites and send SMS to Cairo.

Curfew in Egypt is not enough to stop violence

A night curfew came into force today in Cairo, Alexandria and Suez, but the protesters violated it immediately to continue the protests against the regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Hour after curfew were many Egyptians who were on the streets of the capital, where some vehicles also circulated.

Also continued to operate the subway that ran full of people trying to return home, after it was impossible to cross any of the bridges linking the center of Cairo with other areas of the opposite bank of the Nile, as Dokki and Mohandisin. In the district of Zamalek, near the bridge to the central Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the demonstrations of recent days, hundreds of youths gathered ready to continue with the protests.

Mohamed ElBaradei, in Cairo, Mubarak's opponents gets involved

He is a Nobel Peace, Democrat, hope for many - now he is back in Egypt. Mohamed ElBaradei, has arrived in Cairo in the evening and wants to be at the forefront of the protest movement. The first trial, he is already planning for Friday. To clock 18.59 landed his Egypt-air machine from Vienna, soon after he emerged from the Cairo airport building: Mohamed ElBaradei, the man to take over the turmoil in the Egyptian leadership and will replace President Hosni Mubarak wants.

Mandela admitted and then discharged "Normal test, it will cure at home"

JOHANNESBURG - Days of concern for the father of the free South Africa. For 48 hours Nelson Mandela was admitted to Johannesburg and subjected to "routine tests for a man of his age," said sources in his entourage, and this morning he was discharged from the hospital and moved into his residence in Houghton, a suburb of Johannesburg.

Former South African president was rushed to Milpark with a military flight from Cape Town because of an acute respiratory infection. The military doctor Ramlaken Vejaynand following the hospitalization of the anti-apartheid leader confirmed the reason for hospitalization, the infection itself, adding that Mandela had suffered in the past and has responded very well to treatment, adding that the former president "has amazed us to its resilience.

7000 Hungarians protest against media law

Some 7,000 protesters claimed, Thursday, Jan. 27 in the evening in Budapest, the withdrawal of the controversial law on the media, the Conservative government of Viktor Orban promised to amend after a salvo of international criticism. Demonstrators protesting against a text, which came into force on 1 January, accused by his detractors to limit press freedom.

European Commissioner responsible for telecommunications, Neelie Kroes, has called for changes to Budapest in a letter Jan. 21. Mobilization, organized via the Internet, was lower than during a previous operation on 14 January which was attended by about 10,000 people. On Thursday, four other processions have been identified in provincial towns.

Curfew in major cities of Egypt

.- The Egyptian authorities have declared a curfew in Cairo, Alexandria and Suez, according to a decision taken by the military Government announced on public television. The measure will be from 18:00 local time (17:00 GMT) until 07:00 (06:00 GMT), said the announcement of two lines placed in one of the public television channels in Egypt.

Tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets on Friday in Egypt, throwing stones at police, who responded with rubber bullets and tear gas in the most violent and chaotic scenes so far in the challenge to 30-year rule of President Hosni Mubarak. The Nobel Peace Prize Mohammed El Baradei was placed under house arrest after joining the protests, and the government declared a curfew from 18 to 7 in Cairo, Alexandria and Suez, state television reported.

Paraguay .- Lugo says he has passed the "nightmare" of cancer

ASUNCION, Jan. 28 (Reuters) - Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo, has said Friday that has overcome the "nightmare" and the "ordeal" caused lymphatic cancer who suffered and has stated that currently healthy and ready to devote himself entirely to his duties. These statements were made by the former Catholic bishop to arrive in Paraguay in Sao Paulo, where he spent several days of hospitalization in a specialized hospital for medical examination and receive medication.

Egypt fears of diplomacy "If you miss Mubarak falls on North Africa"

"If he falls Mubarak falls on North Africa." And 'this is the spirit catastrophic but probably realistic when traditional supporters of the Government of Egypt (from the United States, Italy, France and Germany) to look at this Friday's prayers and protests in Cairo and throughout Egypt. The police system is not like the Egyptian and Tunisian, does not depend on a limited clique family gathered round the affairs of the family of Ben Ali.

Sudan, after the referendum on secession likely the birth of a Southern State

On 9 January, the people of Sudan, the largest African country, has voted for a referendum of the most important in the history of the continent: the southern region of the country should become independent? We want to or not to secede? After the end of voting showed that in 10 polling stations in Juba, the capital of southern Sudan, about 96% of the nearly 30,000 voters had voted yes, even worse, 60% because the final decision.

Fourth immolation by fire in Yemen

A 28-year Yemen has attempted to set themselves on fire Wednesday night at Aden, the main city in southern Yemen, reported, Thursday, Jan. 27, witnesses said. This brings to four the number of people who tried to immolate himself and Yemen in recent days. One of them succumbed to his injuries. Wednesday, Fouad Sabry, a bus station employee, was doused with gasoline and then cracked a match on a square of one of the main districts of Aden, witnesses said, adding that bystanders quickly intervened to extinguish the fire.

Rises to 29 the number of dead during protests in Egypt

At least 29 people have died in the cities of Cairo and Suez by political protests that have occurred on Friday, according to medical sources counts. The Qatari television network Al Jazeera said that only in Cairo that left 16 wounded admitted in hospitals on Friday near Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the protests of recent days, died from injuries received.

In the city of Suez, meanwhile, killed 13 people who had participated in public demonstrations, according to the count made by the UAE's Al Arabiya network. The wounded number in the hundreds, both in Cairo and Suez, the two places where there have been more violent incidents that erupted at the end of noon prayers on Friday.

Tokyo Stock Exchange closed with a loss of 1.13 percent

.- The Tokyo Stock Exchange today closed its operations with a loss of 118.32 points (1.13 percent), being at its main indicator, the Nikkei 225 in 10 000 360.34 units. Meanwhile, the First Section of Price Index (Topix) fell 9.97 points to settle at 919.69 points, while the second section fell 2.79 points and 304.10 put at two million units, said Friday Japanese news agency Kyodo.

South Africa's health fears for Mandela

Former South African president Nelson Mandela was hospitalized for the second straight night and his office said it is routine analysis, although the daily "The Star" and "Mail & Guardian reported that he recovers from a collapsed lung, so that the whole country fears for the life of the leader of 92 years.

Mandela is subject to regular review in a hospital, but the last visit began on Wednesday was unusually long. The journalists gathered outside the hospital saw the Mandela family and friends came to see him. A source close to the apartheid hero said he was "very sick" but that his life is not endangered.

Paraguay .- Lugo received a medical discharge after undergoing several tests at a hospital in Brazil

ASUNCION, 28 President of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo, was on Friday discharged from a hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he was admitted for medical examination as part of their cancer treatment. According to the report of the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital, the former bishop has good clinical conditions. " One member of the medical team, Frederico Costa, has confirmed that it has been found by testing the lymphoma is in remission without any evidence whatsoever to cause concern in that order.

Farias was arrested for the third consecutive da

Cuban dissident Guillermo Fariñas has again been detained by police in the city of Santa Clara, while participating in an act of homage to the poet José Martí, along with 20 other opponents. This is the third time you stop the 2010 Sakharov Prize winner within 48 hours. Sources of Cuban dissidents have had a few hours after being released following his second arrest Fariñas went back out into the street to lay a wreath at a monument to Martí, whose birth was celebrated 158 on Friday in various parts of the island .

Mubarak dismisses the government Obama: "Now concrete reforms"

CAIRO - "The Egyptian government has resigned and tomorrow will be appointed a new executive that will launch new measures for freedom and democracy." He said Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in a televised speech to the nation. The Egyptian leader has decided to speak to the country after yet another day of clashes at the height of an escalation of violence that is putting serious doubts on the estate of his regime.

Egypt, clashes between the army and demonstrators: 20 dead. Mubarak: New Government

The fire in Egypt will have a new government. It 'was the president, Hosni Mubarak, to proclaim the end of a day marked by heavy scntri, who approached the North African country in a revolutionary phase. "Dear citizens, I speak not as president but by an Egyptian," Mubarak made his debut in a message to the nation returned by the hour, "what has happened in recent days," Rais added defending the actions of security forces , "has crept into the hearts of all the fear and chaos of the future.

The media offensive of Obamas

Following the success of the same device last year, Barack Obama has decided to intervene directly on YouTube to answer questions posed by the Internet, Thursday at 14 30 pm Washington time (20 h 30 Time Paris). This two days after delivering the speech to Congress annually on the state of the Union last week, senior White House had also responded to the website of the Presidency to the questions posed by users of Twitter and Facebook .

Egyptian President asked his ministers resign

President Hosni, announced that the Government was asked to resign after a day of intense protests against him and said he will appoint new members in the coming hours, while reaffirming its commitment to economic and political reforms. In an address to the nation aired on television, also said he was determined to ensure stability in Egypt and said the problems should be dealt with violence or chaos.

Eight people die when a bomb exploded in a supermarket in Kabul

.- A suicide attack in a supermarket popular with foreigners, killing eight people in the embassy district of the Afghan capital on Friday, the first major Taliban attack on civilians in Kabul for nearly a year. Three foreign women were among the dead, and six people were wounded, said police chief of Kabul, Ayub Salangi.

A Reuters reporter saw the body of a child being taken out of shattered local. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the blast and said it was aimed at foreigners, including the leader of a security company. "We take responsibility for the attack, and was carried out at a time when foreigners were shopping, including the head of a security company," said Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid.

Protests left seven dead and thousands arrested in Egypt

The opposition leader and Nobel Peace Prize Mohamed ElBaradei arrived in Cairo to join the unprecedented demonstrations against the regime of President Hosni Mubarak, which left seven dead and a thousand people detained since last Tuesday. "I came here to participate with the Egyptian people in demonstrations against the regime of President Hosni Mubarak that agitate the country for three days," said Mohamed ElBaradei, former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and figure the opposition.

Bolivia .- Experts from Mexico, Chile and Peru come to the rescue of those buried in Bolivia

LA PAZ, 28 groups of experts from Mexico, Peru and Chile, have come this Friday to rescue people who were buried under the debris of Málaga city of Santa Cruz (east of Bolivia) from Monday night , as confirmed by the authorities. These rescue groups are known as "mole" for his ability to rescue people who have been buried in the most inaccessible places.

In this regard, a group of 14 Mexican firefighters and two dogs came to town Friday to proceed with the work of rescue. The Government Minister Sacha Llorenti, found on the scene to coordinate rescue efforts with the authorities of the governor and mayor of Santa Cruz. Llorenti said that they are specialists who participated in countless rescue work, the state agency ABI reported.

Rousseff announced the construction of 6,000 houses for victims

BRASILIA, 28 The president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, has announced the construction of 6,000 homes in the state of Rio de Janeiro (southeast) to be delivered free to more than 20,000 people have lost their homes by torrential rains the last two weeks. "These homes, whether in the form of houses or apartments, are for people who lost their home to recover as quickly as possible.

With this we aim to reduce pain of the families," Rousseff said in a press conference in Guanabara Palace, seat of government of Rio de Janeiro. These houses will be delivered free of charge to those affected by it is a natural disaster. "In case of disaster, the Federal Government provides a subsidy which is almost complete, and the state government provides about 50 reais (about 22 euros) per home," said the president.