Saturday, February 12, 2011

Election campaign in Franc

Prologue in the race for the French presidency Nicolas Sarkozy incumbent administration's supporters on television much needed massage for the soul - and the Socialists organize a US-style primary campaign to demolish their base from the depression. He came, he courted, flattered taught them: During the 90-minute televised debate in the private channel TF1 played Nicolas Sarkozy on Thursday evening on the whole spectrum of political communication.

Revolution in Egypt: Mubarak has announced his resignation

So now it: Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak after three weeks of mass protests, has announced his resignation - that informed his deputy Suleiman. The crowd responded with cheers in Cairo storms. But does the Military power. After 30 years in power, the Egyptian President Husni Mubarak resigned.

The message from the presidential palace this was short and sweet: The Head of State had decided after the mass protests to take this step, said his deputy Omar Suleiman. A military council will take up office. The statement was sober - the response was effusive. On the central Tahrir Square in Cairo broke people out in loud cheers.

Human Rights in China: the dissident Chen Guangcheng was beaten by police

He documented his constant surveillance with a video and had to pay for this: the Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng was beaten by police. But a visit to the doctor, he was banned, according to human rights activists. Chen Guangcheng is guarded around the clock by the Chinese police. "I left a narrow Gefängis and am now in a large, well-known Chinese dissident, said in a video.

He is at his home in Shandong province in the east of the country under house arrest since he was sacked in September after more than four years of detention. In a one-hour video surveillance documented Chen's permanent - and was punished by the police bitter. The activist had been beaten on Tuesday or Wednesday hospitalized because of the production of the video, the Hong Kong-based Chinese Human Rights Defenders Organisation said on Friday, citing a source familiar with the situation with Chen.

Minutes Protocol: day of the escape and joy

The Tahrir Square has become the dance floor. After 18 days, the Egyptian democracy movement has achieved a success that makes people happy throughout the Middle East: The despot has given up. Congratulates the West - and calls. Read the day's events in the minute after log.  The Tahrir Square in central Cairo, has been transformed within hours from a place of tension and violence to a dance floor of the happy masses.

The international community welcomes the victory of the Egyptian people

Shortly after announcing the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, the international community has welcomed the outcome of an uprising in eighteen days. A few hours after the official declaration of Egypt, including Barack Obama spoke on the regime change that occurred in one of its main allies in the Middle East.

"By resigning, President Mubarak said the Egyptian people's desire to change," Bush said, acknowledging that "many questions remain unanswered," but saying: "The Egyptian people made it clear that n accepting anything other than a genuine democracy. " The U.S. president called the Egyptian army, now alone at the controls to lift emergency rule and chart a course toward free elections.

Several injured in clashes between police and protesters in Algeria

.- Several people were injured in clashes between police and protesters in Algeria, where thousands of people take part in a protest to demand changes to the regime of Abdelaziz Bouteflika, as could verify Efe. The protests have spread to other areas of the country, Bejaia, Constantine, Anaba and Oran, Algeria's second city, where there were also several injured and dozens arrested, sources told Efe of the National Coordinator for Democracy and Change (NCDC), convener of the demonstrations.

Talibn attack kills 16 policemen in Kandahar

A Taliban suicide attack has killed 16 members of security forces in a police station in Kandahar, the largest city in southern Afghanistan. Insurgents have shot for several hours from a nearby building, as has been reported in a press conference the governor of Kandahar province Toryalai Weese. At least 50 people, including 23 other policemen, two officers and 25 civilians, nine of whom are school children, were wounded, and some are in critical condition.

Cassez says "collapsed" following the rejection of his appeal

Cassez says "collapsed" following the rejection by the Mexican justice of his appeal. The French, who was sentenced in Mexico to sixty years in prison for kidnapping, talking on the phone from his prison with journalists. "Today, killed, collapsed, I'll be brave and go my tears (...). I am standing because first I have my parents and I have tremendous support from so many people "she said.

"Rabies is my take, there is no turning back," said the young woman of 36 years, reached by telephone from his lawyer's office in Lille, Frank Berton. "They won a battle, not war (...). I'll go to the end, I am innocent," she added. Cassez also welcomed the reaction of French authorities, who warned Mexico that rejection of the appeal would affect relations between France and Mexico.

Peaceful revolution overthrew Egypt Hosni Mubarak

With the fall of "Pharaoh" Hosni Mubarak, 83, completed a cycle of military rule in Egypt. After 18 days on the streets, hundreds of thousands materialize the dream of freedom. President Mubarak resigned and handed power to the military. 40 years ago, with the assumption of Anwar el-Sadat and Mubarak, Mubarak was already part of the Government when he was appointed vice president in 1975.

After rule 10, el-Sadat was assassinated in 1981. That year began the Mubarak era. However, the "white revolution" (peaceful), which was conceived only three weeks and killed about 300 people, ended the 30-year hegemony of the military emerged from the Air Force. The peaceful struggle undertaken by thousands of Egyptians, mostly young citizens, organized through social networks, eventually jeopardize the "Pharaoh" and overthrow it.

At least 28 killed in Iraq in an attack on pilgrims chies

A religious celebration has once again become the scene of a bloody attack in Iraq. At least 28 people have died and 25 have resultadoheridas in a suicide attack against a bus carrying Shiite pilgrims to the city of Samarra, 120 kilometers north of Baghdad. The city commemorates the death of Ali al-Hadi, one of the 12 imams in the Shia community, which held thousands of pilgrims these days.

The alleged perpetrator of the attack is a suicide bomber has turned into a bus full of pilgrims, the belt of explosives. The blast occurred when the vehicle stopped at a checkpoint south of Samarra. The death toll is still tentative and it is possible to increase the final number of deaths due to injuries of varying severity of injuries.

Greece will use privatization to emerge from the crisis

Greece will have to make more efforts to restore its economy through the use of mass privatization in the years to come. A "major challenge" after major fiscal consolidation efforts already made, said on Friday 11 February, the IMF, the Commission and the European Central Bank. The objectives of privatization of the country were raised to 50 billion euros by 2015, including 15 billion by 2013 instead of 7 billion originally announced, officials said Friday the "troika" consisting of creditors Greece.

Without Mubarak, Egypt began a new phase

A furious storm of protest finally toppled the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, after 30 years in power, sparking celebrations in the streets and sent a warning signal to authoritarian leaders of the Arab world and other countries. Mubarak, the second Arab leader to be toppled by a popular revolt in a month, handed over power to the armed forces after 18 days of unprecedented protests against poverty, corruption and repression, in which military support evaporated.

Egypt holds its first night without Mubarak

Egypt has its first day without Hosni Mubarak after 18 days of protests that have ended with the regime. The calm, doubts and hopes are mixed early in the requests for the rais is tried and rumors about his departure from Egypt. The Supreme Council of Egyptian Armed Forces, the former President Hosni Mubarak yesterday gave all his powers, has pledged this morning, in a statement, to "transfer power peacefully, within the framework of a free democratic system, a civil authority.

Objective: the well-being in five years

"Get rich!" Deng Xiaoping had launched in 1992. The new five-year plan, the twelfth of its kind, 2011-2015, promises to any other thing: this will be the "well-being, social consolidation, rising living standards and consumption." Neither more nor less. The twelfth plan is the last big push, the last political legacy of the Hu Jintao-Wen Jiabao, before they leave the scene in 2012 to make way for young people.

Ban urges end to fighting between armed groups in Sudan

The UN secretary general, Ban Ki-moon today urged the People's Liberation Army (SPLA, for its acronym in English) and the forces of renegade General George Athor to end the fighting that has claimed the least a hundred lives in recent days in the southern African country. The UN spokesman, Martin Nesirky, conveyed in a statement Ban concern over the resumption of fighting between troops from the SPLA, the armed wing of the authorities in southern Sudan and the rebels loyal to Athor.

Riots, injured and arrested in the protests in Algiers

The wick of Tunisia and Egypt try to turn in Algeria, whose capital, witnesses said, clashes are taking place and there are dozens of prisoners and detainees. Judging by the deployment of police in Algiers is alive today the largest demonstration in U.S. history. No less than 30,000 agents, 16% of the country's police are mobilized to prevent the protest, bringing together the Constitutional Democratic Party (RCD), one of the organizers.

Algeria: arrests before a march of the opposition

Six people were arrested Friday, February 11 in Algiers while attending a gathering to welcome the fall of Hosni Mubarak. A great event to "change the system" in Algeria is scheduled for Saturday in the capital. Shortly after announcing the resignation of the Egyptian President, dozens of activists of the Rally for Culture and Democracy (RCD) gathered outside their headquarters in the heart of Algiers, to celebrate the victory of the Egyptian population.

At least 10 killed in Iraq bus attack against Shiite pilgrims

.- At least ten people were killed and 20 wounded in a suicide attack on a bus carrying pilgrims heading to a Shiite shrine in Samarra, 120 kilometers north of Baghdad, police sources told Efe. The sources added that the alleged perpetrator of the attack was a suicide bomber wearing an explosives belt.

Social networking explodes in jubilation by Egypt

.- The resignation of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt echoed Government immediately on social networks like Facebook and Twitter, but in the latter where thousands of people welcomed the release of the Egyptian people. Hours after the Arab country vicemandatario, Omar Suleiman, Mubarak announced the resignation after 30 years in power, the microblogging site was flooded with congratulatory messages for the public to be mobilized in that country, to become "Trending Topic.

About 3,000 Tunisian landed on Lampedusa in 48 hours

Hundreds of North African citizens, about 3,000, according to the Italian authorities have landed in the last two days in Lampedusa (Sicily). A steady stream of boats and people, mostly Tunisian still coming today to the small Italian island in what seems a direct consequence of the popular revolt that ousted last month, the Tunisian dictator Ben Ali.

The Italian Government, which meets in Rome in an extraordinary cabinet meeting, has announced it will declare a state of humanitarian emergency and has requested urgent assistance from the European Union to tackle the crisis. Interior Minister Roberto Maroni, said that he risks a "human tragedy" and has raised the terror alert level since, he has said, among those who arrived in Lampedusa "there are citizens who seek protection, the criminal escaped prisons and characters infiltrated terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda Islamic Maghreb.

The Taylor trial suspended

The trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor before the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) was suspended Friday, February 11, pending a decision of the Appeals Chamber. The SCSL should have held its last hearing Friday, in Leidschendam, near The Hague, before the deliberations of the trial, expected mid-2011.

Charles Taylor is tried in a trial for war crimes and crimes against humanity during the civil war in Sierra Leone. Former Liberian president is accused of supplying weapons and ammunition in exchange for diamonds to the RUF rebels during the civil war in Sierra Leone between 1991 and 2001, which had 120,000 dead.

Pakistan, Bhutto murder arrest warrant for Musharraf

ISLAMABAD - arrest warrant for former President of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf, in connection with the 2007 bombing of the death of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. A special anti-terrorism court in Rawalpindi ordered the arrest of retired general, who lives in exile in Britain since 2009 and recently announced the establishment of a new party of Pakistan and the desire to run for president in 2013.

Key dates in the Egyptian revolt

.- This is the chronology of major events that occurred in the past 18 days have resulted in the abandonment of presidential power: .- "Day of Wrath" in which thousands of demonstrators protesting in Cairo and other cities via the Internet called Egyptian protest against the Mubarak regime. There are four dead.

.- The police fought hundreds of protesters clashes in Cairo. Death of a protester and a policeman. .- The Nobel Peace Prize 2005 and former IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei arrives in Cairo to join the protests and offered to lead the transition. - The Exchange suspended its operations. .- "Friday the anger and freedom." At least half a hundred dead.

Pakistan Dwell issued an order against former President Pervez Musharraf for Bhutto's death

Pakistani court instructed the murder of the former first minister Benazir Bhutto has issued an arrest warrant against former President Pervez Musharraf. An anti-terrorism court in Rawalpindi, a city near Islamabad, has taken this decision after receiving a statement of objections raised by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), have informed Pakistani television channels.

In the document, the FIA declared as "fugitive" the former head of the Army and accused him of failing to protect Bhutto's life. The former first minister Pakistani opposition leader died on December 27, 2007 victim of a suicide bomber, following an election rally of his party. Bhutto sought to head back the Government of Pakistan as it was one of the candidates for prime minister in parliamentary elections scheduled for January 8 this year.

The fighting between army and rebels are 105 deaths in Southern Sudan

The fighting occurred this week between the army of South Sudan and rebels in the Jonglei region have been particularly deadly one hundred and five people, including thirty-nine civilians were killed said on Friday 11 February, a spokesman the Confederate Army. Despite a cease-fire signed between January 5 and the rebel People's Liberation Army (SPLA) fighting erupted Wednesday and Thursday between the two parties, as the SPLA reported Thursday that had killed sixteen but expected a considerably higher.

Algiers, the protest in the streets, and wounded the police charges

ALGIERS - Tension is rising in the Algerian capital. Police this morning has made stops in the center of Algiers, where, despite a ban by the authorities, met the protesters. And there were also clashes when a procession of about two thousand people managed to break through a cordon formed by police officers in riot gear.

After this initial breakthrough, the police departments have started to charge the protesters and there were numerous injuries. To disperse the crowd, police fired tear gas. Protesters responded by throwing stones. The original program of the event was not permitted May Day march from the square in Martyrs' Square, a distance of about 4 km, but the police prevented the conduct of the parade.

The voice of the people of Egypt have been heard Ban Ki-moon says

.- The secretary general of the Organization of the United Nations (UN), Ban Ki-moon said today that the Egyptian people's voice was heard, after President Hosni Mubarak handed over power to the military. ''The voice of the people of Egypt, especially its youth, has been heard, and it is they who should determine the future of their country,''Ban said at a news conference at UN headquarters in New York.

Cuba releases two a leader of the group of 75 who refused to go into exile in Spain

The Cuban Catholic Church has announced the release of six political prisoners, two of them belonging to the Group of 75 and opposed to exile in Spain, including the dissident Hector Maseda, husband of the principal of the Ladies in White, Laura Pollan. Maseda, sentenced to 20 years in prison in summary trials of the spring of 2003, is one of the prisoners of conscience more emblematic of the Group of 75 and his release, with permission to stay on the island, where he plans to follow in their opposition efforts, is a symbol.

Portfolio - The protests in Cairo, Friday, February 11

Egypt, the Web revolution crowd celebrates the triumph

CAIRO - You name it, and you can not call that the "revolution of the web", because it was the generation of blogs, Facebook, Twitter, turn the spark of protest and then to oust the dictator, the power for thirty years in a land with an ancient cult of the powerful. A few minutes after six o'clock in the afternoon when it was already dark on both banks of the Nile, and Cairo was overwhelmed by crowds ever seen in the eighteen days of revolt, the former Lieutenant-General Omar Suleiman, recently appointed vice chairman, appeared on television and in two sentences announced that Hosni Mubarak had finally resigned.

EU joins the clamor for "irreversible changes" in Egypt

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, said the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, is "irreversible changes" that will lead the country "toward democracy." On a visit to a university in Louisville, Kentucky, Biden said the North African country is experiencing a "historic day", with the announcement of the resignation of Mubarak.

"It's a point of no return," he said. "We've been saying all along. The future of Egypt will be determined by the Egyptian people." The vice president said, in line with developments in Egypt that "using violence against peaceful demonstrators is unacceptable" and that "human rights must be respected." Biden's statements came just an hour before President Barack Obama make an official statement about the departure of Mubarak.

Argentina .- YPF describes as "unreasonable and improbable" the judge's ruling that blocks the sale of shares

BUENOS AIRES / MADRID, 11 Feb. YPF believes that the federal judge's ruling of first instance in the city of Bell Ville, located in Argentina's Cordoba province, which blocks the sale of shares of the company is "inadmissible, unlikely and unreasonable ", so it will appeal the measure. In a note sent to the supervisor of the Argentine market, the CNV, the subsidiary of Repsol YPF says "take the right actions in assisting him in order to reverse the measure ordered by the judge, estimated irrelevant, improbable and unreasonable" .

The Berlin 1989 by the Arabs

It was hard, very hard, and absolutely stunning. The Egyptian people, led by its democratic ciberjuventud has given the world a great lesson in clear thinking, courage and tenacity. The huge crowd of Tahrir Square, young and old, middle class and poor of solemnity, men and women, Christians and Muslims insisted on leaving the autocratic Mubarak before even contemplating the possibility of a transition to democracy more or unless negotiated between the regime and the opposition, and had every reason in the world.

EEUU/Cuba.- from U.S. agricultural exports to Cuba fell by 31% in 2010

LA HABANA, 12 Feb. (Reuters) - Agricultural exports from the U.S. to Cuba fell by 31 percent in 2010 to 366 million dollars (270 million euros), as reported by the Trade and Economic Council United States -Cuba through a statement. Cuba, which imports most of its food, the U.S. buys chicken, corn, soybeans, wheat and pork, among other products.

U.S. sales to the island have fallen by 48 percent after peaking in 2008 with $ 710 million (523.9 million euros). The Council noted that some of the reasons for the decline include lack of foreign currency by the Cuban and the importance of Cuba's relations with countries like Venezuela and China.

The revolution is possible

Hundreds of thousands of people celebrating in Tahrir Square, Cairo, after the announcement of the resignation of Hosni Mubarak. If last night Saddam had tried to tear another strip of power, the spontaneous uprising and determined, bright and peaceful essence of millions of people forced him to surrender, to run away, to throw in the towel.

We do not know what will happen now in Egypt, as the forces of the old regime will be able to resist and to restore its power, perhaps with cosmetic changes. But, beyond the results, the uprising has revived the attention of the world the theme of change as an expression of an initiative of the masses.

Hosni Mubarak leaves office, Egypt rejoices

After eighteen days of dispute, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has bowed to pressure from the street. Through the Vice-President, Omar Suleiman, he announced he was leaving the authority to reset the hands of the army. According to Omar Suleiman, who spoke on television, Friday, February 11, a military council will be established to govern the country.

The defense minister, Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, himself heads the council, which met the day before promising to meet the demands of the people, confirms there be a military source. "The people overthrew the regime!" and "God is great!" fervently chanted the demonstrators, the 18th day of their movement which raised the country and crippled its business.

After Mubarak's resignation "the world will never be the same"

ROME - The resignation of Hosni Mubarak are a "historic" event that changes the scenery of the Middle East in general and the planetarium. This sense of the feedback output stage of the Egyptian Nasser, ousted from the square after 30 years of unchallenged power, as had happened four weeks ago in Tunisia Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali.

The historical significance of the turning point was emphasized very clearly by the President of the United States Barack Obama now not only Egypt "will never be the same," but also "the whole world." This is why the American people "look deeply moved" to that obtained with non-violence by the people of Egypt, and says "thank you", quoting Martin Luther King, referring to Gandhi and the "soul force" that broke down the wall Berlin.

Tunisian flock to Italy, fleeing their country

.- Italy warned it faces a humanitarian crisis with the arrival of 600 thousand Tunisian immigrants in the past two weeks due to political turmoil afflicting the North African country. Interior Minister Roberto Maroni of the Northern League party, a supporter of limiting immigration, said on Friday it asked the European Union to take charge of the matter at its next meeting, as the crisis of Tunisia and Egypt affect policy European immigration and internal security of the continent.

Bomb alert forced to evacuate a plane in Buenos Aires

BUENOS AIRES / BOGOTA, 11 Feb. A bomb hoax forced the evacuation of 190 passengers of an Air Aerolineas Argentinas at Ezeiza airport in Buenos Aires, just before leaving for Bogota, Colombia, reported local media. An anonymous caller had alerted to the alleged placing of an explosive device on the Aerolineas Argentinas flight AR1360 that he had left Buenos Aires at 07.00 hours (11.00 hours in mainland Spain) to reach the El Dorado airport in Bogota.

The Place de la Liberation becomes a party

The special day for the Egyptian revolt has become a party. It is a day of prayer and anti-Mubarak protesters, concentrated in the Place de la Liberation of Cairo, have been held with shouts and waving flags as the farewell of President Mubarak of Egypt. "The people have brought down the regime," "The people and the army are one," were some of the most chanted cries for freedom against a president who had clung to power despite the clamor of the street and even at 30 years he had governed the destinies of Egypt.

35 people arrested in a crackdown on police corruption in Rio de Janeiro

RIO DE JANEIRO, 11 Feb. (Reuters) - At least 35 people, most of them police officers in Rio de Janeiro, were arrested on Friday by its relationship with drug gangs in this city of Brazil. The operation has been one of the biggest carried out against police corruption in the city, which is gradually overcoming the bad reputation of organized crime and violence.

Police in Rio de Janeiro has been accused of corruption and cover up their violent tactics in the hundreds of slums that are often controlled by these drug dealers. "No police in the world can move on without hurting their own bodies," he told reporters José Beltrame, the secretary of public security in Rio de Janeiro state.

Egypt, a new era precursoredi

"Peace and friendship with all mankind is our wisest policy, and I hope that we will be permitted to pursue it. "Thomas Jefferson The events in Egypt point to a new balance of power between citizens and the" corporotocrazia. I was an Economic Hit Man in Egypt in the seventies, as well as in Iran, Saudi Arabia and other Middle East countries.

I was asked many questions about the political revolt in Egypt and wanted to share some insight. Current events in the Middle East are indicative of this new era, where people are taking power. It 'started in Latin America, where ten countries - for many years had been ruled by dictators supported by the CIA - have elected presidents who are resisting the corporotocrazia.

Slamming Franco-Mexican around the case of Florence Break

After the call by France of the Mexican ambassador to protest against the dismissal of the appeal of Florence Break, the Mexican government has summoned the ambassador of France reciprocity in Mexico, Friday, Feb. 11. "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico deplored the declarations MmeMichèle Alliot-Marie on the ruling yesterday," said a statement released through the Mexican Embassy in Paris.

Hosni Mubarak has resigned in the square explodes joy

CAIRO - It took 18 days of protest. Then the announcement: President Hosni Mubarak, in power for 30 years, resigned and went full power in the hands of the armed forces in a statement underlined that they are "aware of the seriousness and gravity of the situation" and star "studying the issue to meet the hopes of the people." Announcement made by Vice-President Omar Suleiman, Tahrir Square exploded in a roar of joy.

Iran celebrates anniversary of Islamic revolution

Hundreds of thousands of people participated in the celebrations for the 32nd. anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, an act that took clerical leadership as an opportunity to offer their solidarity to the protesters 'Islamic' in Egypt. "Death to America" and "Death to Israel", shouted the crowd, repeating the ritual of the revolution that overthrew the Shah, supported by Washington in 1979 and consecrated in power the Shiite Muslim clergy.

King Abdullah is said to have threatened to fight on the side of Mubarak

U.S. influence in the Egypt crisis is obviously smaller than expected: Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah is said to have threatened to fight on the side of Mubarak. In a heated telephone conversation with U.S. President in late January, he defended his "friend" - and brought Barack Obama more trouble. Riyadh, Washington - The crisis in Egypt provides diplomatic discord between the U.S.

and Saudi Arabia, a key Western ally in the region. King Abdullah warned the U.S. government in a telephone interview about to force a break in Egypt. On 29 January - four days after the start of the first mass protests in Cairo and other Egyptian cities - attacked Saudi Arabia's ruler for the phone and reprimanded U.S.

Cell Phone Photo Scandal: Semi-nude pose costs U.S. lawmakers the job

One look, one click, and it was out: Because of a permissive snapshot on the Internet is a New York deputy resigned. Republican flirting online with a young woman - and concealed her not only his marriage. About Photo and mail traffic has long been mocked publicly. Clarence - On his campaign site for the congressional elections poses of U.S.

Rep. Christopher Lee still as love Voters: A photo of the married family man shows for a Sunday outing in the park, the Polo shirt, a light summer pants, with one hand he holds his son on the lap, the other resting familiarly on the knee of his beautiful wife. It is the perfect photo. However, it should not be ordered too well for peace in the family home in Lee.

India and Pakistan want to negotiate again

More than two years, the negotiations were on hold, now India and Pakistan will resume their peace talks. However, there continue to give a "confidence deficit," said a Foreign Ministry spokesman in New Delhi. New Delhi - It is a prudent approach that India and Pakistan plan. The two countries are to resume their peace talks, ready as it said in a joint statement on Thursday.

The decision was officially at a meeting of senior representatives of the foreign ministries of both countries in the Bhutanese capital Thimphu fallen, was reported from the districts. "The new talks are in effect the formal resumption of mutual dialogue," said an Indian government official and was referring to a peace initiative between the two countries from the year 2004.

Conflicts: Nordka rejecting further conversations with the southbound

The communist Nordka complains that the neighbors to the south, do not improve relations - and acts accordingly: After the failure of the military talks Pyongyang has now put further negotiations on ice. Seoul - The atmosphere between the north and Südkabel is currently anything but friendly: the communist North is VRST to any further negotiations with the neighbors interested in - and delivered after the failure of the military talks, a statement of reasons for this: said Südkabel do not wish to improve relations, a delegate from Pyongyang, according to a report by state news agency KCNA.