Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The international community welcomes the surrender of Laurent Gbagbo

Many countries and institutions have welcomed the fall of the incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo and hoped that it allows a fresh start for Côte d'Ivoire and emphasizing reconciliation that will lead Alassane Ouattara, President internationally recognized. Barack Obama welcomed the arrest of Mr. Gbagbo, which he denounced "the illegitimate claims to power," and urged "all militia groups" to disarm.

Carl Lewis now runs for the Democratic candidate for Senate in New Jersey

He had to get off track in the Son of the wind to drive away the storm right after the November elections has run down the United States. For 49 years Carl Lewis has decided to once again put into play and for the first time in politics. "I've never lost a race," swears the "old" Carl. Who launched the challenge for a place where Senator in New Jersey for years - he blackest of Alabama - now resides.

In Paris, a pro-Gbagbo degenerates into brawl

Ouattara calls on Ivorians to "calm and restraint"

Alassane Ouattara, President of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire, called on Monday evening April 11, Ivorians to "refrain from any act of reprisal or violence" in his first speech after the arrest of his rival , former President Laurent Gbagbo. "I invite you to calm and restraint," he said. After he said the country was "at the dawn of a new era of hope," Mr.

Ouatttara announced on his television, launching a "proceeding against Laurent Gbagbo, his wife and al. "All arrangements are made" for their "physical," he added. Laurent Gbagbo was arrested Monday after an attack against his residence in Abidjan forces of his rival Alassane Ouattara, with the decisive support of the powerful air power and armored French and UN forces.

Thousands of students march in Algiers Bouteflika Palace

Thousands of Algerian students on Tuesday got what the opposition traditionally a secular party, human rights defenders and independent trade unions, the regime of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has failed to do in the nine times that called for protests since the February 12 : manifest in Algiers. Students even began a march to La Mouradia, the presidential palace, but an impressive display police stopped him.

The accident Fukushima ranked on a par with Chernobyl

The Japanese Nuclear Safety Agency has high Tuesday, April 12, accident nuclear power plant in Fukushima-1 at the maximum level of 7 on the scale of nuclear and radiological events (INES), placing the same degree of seriousness the Chernobyl disaster. However, she warned that the level of radioactive emissions since the beginning of the nuclear accident achieve only 10% of that measured in 1986 after the disaster at the plant located in Ukraine.

Paraguay .- The Government accepts that they are suffering the worst dengue epidemic in history

ASUNCION, Oct 12. (Reuters) - The Minister of Health of Paraguay, Esperanza Martinez, acknowledged Tuesday that the country is suffering its worst dengue epidemic in its history because, in so far this year have already died out of 23 people and infected 7,000 have been counted. "It's the worst of all," said Martinez has said in an interview on radio station 'Primero de Marzo', adding that it is more severe than the collapsed health system in the country in 2007, when the disease caused 17 deaths.

The pro-Ouattara celebrate their victory in Abidjan

We present new attacks in Iraq

At least four people were killed and six injured in separate attacks in different parts of Iraq, said Interior Ministry source said. At least one civilian was killed and two others were wounded by the explosion of a limpet bomb in the car they were traveling down the avenue 14 of Ramadan in western Baghdad.

In similar attacks killed a driver and a police officer in the Daura district in the south of the capital, and Fallujah, 50 kilometers west of Baghdad, respectively. Next to the police officer wounded two policemen, the source added. The outbreak of another sticky bomb in a minibus killing one civilian injured in Bohoroz, 10 miles northwest of Baquba, capital of the eastern province of Diyala.

Fukushima generates cumulative radiation health fear

The leak at the Fukushima nuclear plant hit by the earthquake and tsunami happened in Japan last month so far shed nearly a tenth of the amount of radiation emitted in the Chernobyl disaster. This is leading some experts to warn of possible serious health risks in the long term. The Agency for Nuclear and Industrial Safety in Japan (NISA) and the Nuclear Safety Commission of Japan estimated cumulative radiation levels between 370 thousand and 630 thousand terabecquerelios.

Hosni Mubarak hospitalized

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was admitted to the seaside resort of Sharm el-Sheikh in the Sinai, where he settled after resigning on 11 February, security sources said without elaborating. "Mubarak was admitted this afternoon at the international hospital Sharm el Sheikh, "these sources said, adding that it had strengthened security measures in the city.

A medical source said he could not comment on this information but that "Health Minister broadcast a statement" soon.

Buenos Aires Argentina .- host the 2011 International Conference IARSE Wednesday and Thursday

MADRID, 12 Abr. IARSE International Conference 2011, an event organized for the second consecutive year the Argentine Institute of Corporate Social Responsibility (IARSE) will be held this Wednesday and Thursday, 13 and 14 April in the city of Buenos Aires Argentina. This event will highlight the latest trends and advances in the management of corporate social responsibility, from the viewpoint of the chief executives of companies operating in the region.

Libya out of the quagmire of blood

End of proof. The civil war in Libya continues and fester. As the aircraft passed to the command of NATO depleted uranium discharged into the city every day and are innocent victims, as well as Gaddafi's troops, the rebels complain about the weakness of the offensive area, and defense industries are rubbing their hands at the thought of new supplies National Council of weapons to Libya, after years have equipped the regime of the latest in terms of death and oppression.

Libya: the cease-fire of the African Union in deadlock

It took almost three weeks. Twenty-three days after the start of the coalition air strikes in Libya, the African Union (AU) has emerged from his silence to attempt a diplomatic breakthrough. Monday, April 11, the AU delegation dispatched to Tripoli announced that Moammar Gadhafi had accepted the "roadmap" that could find a peaceful solution in Libya.

Hopes for a cease-fire has now been short-lived. A few hours later, the rebellion has rejected any mediation does not provide a departure from the Guide of the Libyan revolution. "The initiative was presented today is outdated. The people demanded the departure of Muammar Gaddafi and his son," said the leader of the insurgents, Moustapha Abdeljalil.

Japan maximizes the nuclear event scale

Japan raised the severity of their nuclear crisis in the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, at 7 from 5, being on par with the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. The rating reflects the initial severity of the crisis and not the current situation, in which radiation levels have fallen dramatically. "This is a preliminary assessment and is subject to the completion of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) "said an official of the Agency for Nuclear and Industrial Safety (NISA, for its acronym in English), the atomic monitoring agency in Japan, which made the announcement along with the Nuclear Safety Commission.

Ouattara Gbagbo removed by force in Ivory Coast

"Do not kill me!" Were the first words of former Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo, as a member of the Republican Forces of Côte d'Ivoire (Frei), when the forces of Alassane Ouattara, who claims the presidency, "entered his residence in Abidjan, to end a decade of broken government. Twelve days of battle in the Ivorian financial capital led to the arrest of the president, in power since 2000.

Argentina .- shot at the house of the brother of Lionel Messi in Argentina

BUENOS AIRES, Oct 11. The home of one of the brothers of Argentine footballer Lionel Messi in Argentina was shot, like the front of two homes in the same block, but no injuries, according to police sources said Monday. The attack happened on Saturday around 22.30 hours (03:30 hours on Sunday in Spain), when several unknown persons fired three town houses located in Rosario, Santa Fe (center), including Matias Messi brother Lionel.

Japan Fukushima located Chernbil level

Japan has taken a month to admit the reality of the accident in Fukushima. Last night (Spanish time), the Tokyo government admitted that the disaster deserves a 7 on the scale of nuclear events (on the international scale of 0 to 7 INES nuclear accidents, for its acronym in English) due to high levels Radiation leaks detected after the plant.

The jump from 5 to 7 places the accident at Chernobyl 25 years ago, the only precedent. The Japanese Nuclear Safety Agency (NISA) has recognized the change in level because the emission of radioactive iodine has been of tens of thousands of terabequerelios, a level considered as 10% of the issue of Chernobyl.

Brazil started a campaign to promote the disarmament of the population

BRASILIA, 12 Abr. The Minister of Justice of Brazil, José Eduardo Cardozo, has advanced in the month of May will start a national campaign to promote the disarmament of the population, after the massacre perpetrated by a former student at a school Realengo in the state of Rio de Janeiro (southeast). The initiative will be coordinated by a council composed of representatives of the Federal Government and civil society, such as the Brazilian Bar Association and the National Councils of Justice, Public Safety and the Attorney General.

La Russa, "reluctant to bomb Libya" Initiate the evacuation plan of Misurata

Against the Gaddafi regime will be applied further restrictive measures on oil and gas. The ministers decided the European Union, met today in Lussembrugo. A meeting was held after the controversy of the morning. "NATO has decided to take the direction of military operations and we have accepted," said French Foreign Minister, Alain Juppe, "Today must play its role and destroy heavy weapons used by Gaddafi to bomb the population" .

Egypt: the revolutionaries of Tahrir Square in the very doubt

Japan nuclear accident raises the maximum level

.- The Nuclear Security Agency decided today to raise the severity of the Fukushima nuclear accident 5 A maximum of 7, which equates to the one in Chernobyl in 1986. The agency said that the reactors from the tsunami damaged the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station have been releasing massive amounts of radioactive substances into the air, posing a risk to human health and the environment of the area.

Tripoli promised to resist any foreign mission in Misrata

.- The Libyan Foreign Ministry said Monday that all "approach to Libyan territory under the pretext of humanitarian mission" will be met with "fierce resistance", saying he had armed Libyans prepared to defend Misrata (west). The Foreign Ministry "has informed the Security Council of the UN, the African Union and the European Union that any approach to the Libyan territories under the pretext of a humanitarian mission would face a violent and unexpected strength of the armed people" , the official Libyan news agency Jana.

Berlusconi was acquitted as the same on all charges

The Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, returned yesterday to the Court of Milan, this time to attend the second hearing of the case Mediaset, which is accused of tax fraud in the sale of television rights along with nine other partners and employees. Berlusconi took back the event to call its supporters and delivered a subversive cutting rally in front of the courthouse, with fierce attacks on the judiciary and the press.

Latin America .- Interpol launches a crackdown on criminals hiding in South America 203

MADRID, 11 Abr. Interpol has launched a special operation to capture 203 fugitives to be hiding in South America and involving 34 countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia, as announced on Monday the police agency. The operation is called INFRA-SA, which means "raids against refugees internationally-South America." Criminal suspects are sought for "serious crimes" like murder, rape, sexual assault against children, kidnapping and drug trafficking, Interpol reported in a statement.

Côte d'Ivoire, Gbagbo began after the arrest of an era of uncertainty

Image after the arrest of Laurent Gbagdo NEW YORK - The end of a nightmare, someone said. The beginning of an era of uncertainty, others might say. The disputed president of Côte d'Ivoire, Laurent Gbagbo, was arrested. The leader Alassane Ouattara is now considered the legitimate winner of last year's election.

Obama, my thoughts turned to the continent of his father, said that an African country "that is democratic and respects the rights of its people, will have a friend in the United States of America." So ended five months of tension and blood, opens a period with many unknowns. Gbagbo is a Christian, Muslim Ouattara.

China, a new Eldorado for construction of architectural groups colorless

GMP is responsible for extending the National Museum of China. The acronym for this very important German agency imposed himself on his original name: Gerkan, Mark & Partners and those of its two founders, Meinhard von Gerkan, born in 1934 and Volkwin Marg, born in 1936. The agency first became known in Germany, where she initiated the construction of railway stations, airports, stadiums, little known for their architectural subtlety.

Netanyahu and Abbas are interested to resume dialogue to Prince Philip

The president of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prince of Asturias showed their willingness to return rapidly to the negotiating table, provided that the minimum conditions necessary to resume dialogue. The heir to the Spanish crown and his wife Princess Letizia have completed this afternoon in Ramallah a visit to Spain considers "historic" to Israel to mark the 25 anniversary of bilateral relations, and the Palestinian territories, where it never earlier he had traveled a member of the Spanish royal family or any European royal family.

Fire at Japanese nuclear plant is now controlled Fukushima

.- A fire broke out today in a building near the reactor 4 of the nuclear (NE), but it has been extinguished, reported Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO). In the area there has been no change in radiation levels nor injured, said TEPCO, which operates the plant in Fukushima Daiichi. The fire was spotted by a worker at 6.38 am (21.38 GMT Monday) in a building near the sea water outlet of reactor number 4.

Obama applauds arrest of the leader of Ivory Coast

President Barack Obama applauded the arrest of the outgoing president of the Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, who considered it a victory for the people of that African country. 'Today the people of Ivory Coast have the opportunity to reclaim their country, solidifying its democracy and rebuild a vibrant economy, "stated the U.S.

president through statement. Gbagbo was arrested by forces of the elected leader Alassane Ouattara at his residence in Abidjan, where he was holed up in his bunker for several days. Obama thanked the actions of United Nations and France to protect civilians, and called President Ouattara to work towards national reconciliation.

Iberoam .- Ombudsman asks to remove restrictions on foreigners who are denied entry into Spain

MADRID, 11 Abr. The Ombudsman reiterated the recommendation made last year to permit lawyers to meet first with their assisted before the interview with the instructor of record for refusal of entry into the Madrid-Barajas airport, according to its 2010 annual report filed last week to Parliament. The rights of foreign citizens entered into an administrative procedure for refusal of entry are fully guaranteed, so maintaining a policy of not accepting the recommendation, has informed the Commissioner General of Immigration and Borders.

A second letter gives new clues the murderer of Ro

A new letter, found in the backpack of Wellington Menezes, the young man who last week killed 12 children and wounded 14 others at a school in Rio de Janeiro, has forced the police to open new investigations into the possibility that could belong to any extremist group. The letter was released this weekend by the Brazilian magazine Veja.

Disjointed fragments of the letter, the murderer says, "left the group." Abdul quoted one, says that was known of his father (now deceased) and who have come from abroad, relating to the attacks of September 11, 2001, in the U.S.. Ensures pondered many times over the attacks and read the Koran four hours a day.