Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Libya, Born: "We will be there as long as is necessary"

"The operation will last long enough for Gaddafi to stop bombing its population." So Admiral Rinaldo Veri, head of NATO naval operation, said the future of international engagement in Libya. A situation in which the Admiral does not believe there is an impasse ", as claimed by many. "This is a job that requires patience and determination," said True.

The commander also explained that the raid was killed when one of the sons of the rais, Saif al-Arab, was entirely legitimate. "We do not hit targets, but the facilities from which Gaddafi and his men are able to drive and lead attacks against the people," he said. On the diplomatic front, the turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has stressed the need to step back to Muammar Gaddafi, and his dismissal of the country.

The death of bin Laden "increases the risk of a flight forward" Islamists AQIM

Soumeylou Boubèye Maiga, former defense minister and former head of intelligence services in Mali, was appointed foreign minister in Bamako on April 7, when he was recently criticized the weakness of his country against terrorism. Now, the confrontation becomes more direct. The death of Osama bin Laden subtracts the Sahel area of global confrontation "Al-Qaeda against the West." This concentration on a space whose vastness is a challenge for states raises fears of a self-radicalization.

Pakistan, killing bin Laden back on the political struggle

The killing of Bin Laden was a detonator on the political scene in Pakistan. He blew up tensions that harbored for some time, exposed to dangerous ambiguities and uncertainties in recent weeks have marked the life of the ruling party, Pakistan People Party. The party, which holds the majority stake, was looking for new alliances of government to make stronger the government headed by Asif Ali Zardari, president of the republic and the widower of Benazir Bhutto.

The death of bin Laden, a challenge for Republicans

The Wall Street Journal, William McGurn believes that the final challenge of Osama bin Laden addressed ... the Republicans. "The hunt for Bin Laden for a decade has thwarted the will of the United States put out of harm's way all their enemies. Dead, he represents a new challenge, especially for Republicans who want to attend in 2012, with a clear message: you'd better have a vision for foreign policy in addition to your plan for deficit reduction.

Car bomb explodes in Baghdad market

At least five people were killed and thirty others injured by the explosion of a device in a market in southern Baghdad, the Interior Ministry. The source said a car bomb exploded in a market area of Abu Desh, in the south of the capital, and caused plenty of damage to vehicles and buildings near the blast site.

The source added that some of the injured are in serious condition. On the other hand, Colonel Abdel Namez Aid, Police Director Numrud area, died from the outbreak of an artifact to his convoy in the area of Hammam al Alil, 25 kilometers from Mosul, capital of Northern Province Nineveh.

Bin Laden, mission accomplished. 'S time to leave Afghanistan? Apart from the debate in the U.S.

Mission accomplished. Osama Bin Laden was killed. E 'then the time to leave the Afghansitan? American media apart from the debate on what will become of the war on terror, now that the number one enemy of the United States was made out of a blitz of Marines selected. Who have discovered near Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan.

The Huffington Post points out that after the invasion of Afghanistan by American troops, President George W. Bush said he wanted the head of Al Qaeda "dead or alive." The capture or death of bin Laden's main objective is to defeat international terrorism, then. With that goal achieved, a decade later and under another president, "some say - writes Arianna Huffington's blog - that the reasons for withdrawal are now stronger and Barack Obama political cover to push for a solution to this type ".

Mahmoud Abbas, criticized within Fatah, precludes any dialogue with Hamas

RAMALLAH SPECIAL ENVOY - Plumes of smoke-scented escape from the veranda of the Grand Park. Refugees Fatah party of Mahmoud Abbas, leader of the Palestinian Authority, deceive boredom by smoking the hookah. Fleeing Gaza after the coup by Hamas militiamen, some thirty young professionals, members of security services, have made their quarters in this hotel, one of the most comfortable of Ramallah.

Khartoum gives Libya 48 hours to close consulate in Darfur

The Khartoum government gave a 48-hour ultimatum to Libya to close its consulate in the Darfur region in western Sudan, and that its staff leave its territory, officials said. "The decision was taken under the principle of reciprocal treatment, after the Libyan authorities asked the closure of the Sudanese embassy and its staff out of the city of Al Kofre in southeastern Libya," he told reporters spokesman of the Sudanese Foreign Ministry, Khaled Musa.

Argentina .- The writer Jorge Bucay closed Wednesday in Molina de Segura the series 'writers in Ink'

MURCIA, 3 May. The psychodramatist, Gestalt therapist and Argentine writer, Jorge Bucay, is responsible for putting an end to the cycle literary 'writers in their ink' in the College of Early Childhood Education Paseo Rosales, at 20.00, as reported by sources organizing the event in a statement. In this way, close the V edition of a cultural event which this year has also brought together such writers as purely Enrique Vila-Matas, Eduardo Mendoza, Santos and Jerome Tristant Care.

Disturbed by the execution of Bin Laden

Without any pretense of giving the line, I just want to give voice to all those like me who have been disturbed by the execution of Bin Laden. I think in fact that implementing it, and I read that the mission of U.S. troops was to kill him. I have heard some journalists perplexed by the reconstruction of the affair, which for now is not a very credible reconstruction.

What ambiguity and intrigue behind the fact that Osama in a villa she was sitting right there? How did it come to attack now? But regardless of this conspiracy, I am troubled by the message of death and revenge that is prevalent in the comments on this story. In the first round of official statement only underlines that the Vatican does not rejoice in the death of a man.

"Bin Laden falls apart, what's left?"

Reporting at Ground Zero are pleased to hear of Americans being bin Laden's revenge. The Muslim community regret that the body is not buried étéimmergé as requested by the religious rite.

Pakistan was aware of the U.S. raid against bin Laden

The Pakistani government today categorically denied having authorized or have prior information on the operation launched by U.S. special forces on its territory against Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. In a statement, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry expressed reservations about "the way the U.S. government carried out the operation" that ended the life of the leader of Al Qaeda.

United States had admitted before Pakistan not informed of the operation against the leader of Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, because it could jeopardize the mission, said the CIA director, Leon Panetta said in an interview with the magazine Time published today. Americans feared that Pakistan "could alert the goals," Panetta said in the first interview after the operation that killed the leader of Al Qaeda.

Bin Laden's death sparks global alert

Bin Laden's death at the hands of an elite commando team from the U.S., announced on television by Barack Obama has opened a new dimension in the fight against international terrorism. The physical disappearance of the leader of Al Qaeda, responsible for the 11-S, has been greeted with euphoria in the West but also with caution, fearing that his followers began a campaign of attacks in revenge.

Bin Laden and the CIA: "Pakistan could tell him" Taliban "by the Americans insufficient evidence"

Pakistan, a haven for bin Laden seen from Google Maps A little more than a day after the killing of Osama bin Laden continue to surface new details on the dynamics of the blitz and the choice not to involve the Pakistani authorities in the operation. The White House is currently considering whether to disseminate photographs of the corpse of the leader of Al Qaeda, because "it's pretty raw shots, as stated by the U.S.

Canada: Stephen Harper reelected government

The outgoing Canadian Prime Minister, Conservative Stephen Harper, has been renewed, Monday, May 2, at the head of government, his party winning the most seats in the House in early parliamentary elections. According to preliminary official results, the Harper Conservatives get 166 of the 308 seats in the House of Commons.

"Canadians have chosen hope, a strong and united Canada, and we will govern for all Canadians, even those who did not vote for us," assured Mr. Harper, beaming to his supporters that the applauded vigorously in Calgary, Alberta. "Our government will defend the interests of all regions and all Canadians, including the great nation of Quebec," he said.

Fatah and Hamas sign reconciliation deal

A total of eleven Palestinian factions signed a reconciliation agreement signed last week between the nationalist movement Fatah and Islamist Hamas, which is the accession of all groups in this document. The leaders of each of these eleven features separately initialed the document for Palestinian national reconciliation and agreement, which Egypt has acted as mediator, a day before to be held in Cairo a ceremony to officially announce the deal.

Gadhafi Misrata strikes again

The forces of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi to continued one more day with the siege and bombarded the third Misrata Libyan city of 300 thousand inhabitants, with very long-range missiles, according to rebels in the western city. In the last three days and for the first time, troops of the regime began to use rockets to 80 km range and more destructive than the Russians Grad (40 km) used so far, the sources said, as could be observed on the field.

U.S. confirms that Bin Laden was not armed

Osama Bin Laden was not armed when U.S. special forces raided the residential complex of Abbottabad. Jay Carney has made clear, White House spokesman, during his appearance this afternoon before the media. Why did they kill the leader of Al Qaeda, then, instead of stopping it? "He resisted. The U.S. personnel in the field are handled with the utmost professionalism and was killed in the operation by restencia dogged," said Carney.

Bin Laden first protected services then sold by the Pakistanis? Yellow Islamabad

Only a week ago, U.S. Chief of Staff Mike Mullen, publicly accused the Pakistani intelligence of supporting the activities of the Taliban. Today the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that cooperation with Pakistan has helped lead the U.S. to the hideout where the Al Qaeda leader was hiding. But just hours after it was denied by John Brennan, head of counterterrorism in the White House that, at a press conference, explained how the authorities in Islamabad had been kept in the dark of the American raid.

Outstanding issues around the death of Bin Laden

Satisfaction and scenes of jubilation that followed the announcement of the death of the leader of al-Qaida, Osama bin Laden, killed Sunday in Pakistan by American special services have been replaced, Monday, May 2, to the number of questions, doubts and shadows. The elimination of bin Laden Why do Americans have killed Osama bin Laden instead of capture? This question has agitated the minds of all on Monday.

There is fear in the world after the death of Bin Laden

The international community, particularly Pakistan, on Tuesday was on alert for fear of retaliation from Al Qaeda cell after the death in Pakistan for Osama Bin Laden during a U.S. commando raid. The warnings of possible retaliation from Al Qaeda were multiplied in the last few hours and several countries tightened security measures.

United States issued an alert to security forces and closed to the public "until further notice" its embassy and consulates in Pakistan. The CIA director, Leon Panetta, who piloted the removal operation, said it was "almost certain" that Bin Laden supporters were going to seek revenge. The U.S.

25 combatants killed in Afghan border

Twenty-five foreign fighters were killed or wounded by Afghan security forces after crossing the border from Pakistan, said a government official, the first sign of retaliation in Afghanistan after Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden, mastermind of the attacks of September 11, 2001 in the United States, died Monday at the hands of U.S.

forces in a dramatic assault on the north of the Pakistani capital Islamabad, causing fear of retaliation from Islamic militants. Jamaluddin Badr, governor of the northern province of Nuristan, said that among the 25 combatants killed or wounded during the night had Arabs, Chechens and Pakistanis.

Block humanitarian aid to Libya

Libyan government forces with rockets and artillery shelled the port city Misrata rebel, breaking the entry by sea of supplies to the besieged city. A rebel spokesman claimed that the NATO forces, who assumed the task of protecting civilians involved in the uprisings against the government of Moammar Gadhafi, has not acted in defense of Misrata.

Downloads missiles hit the port area where a boat was trying to download help and forced to wait another two ships off the coast.

Yemen fears the revenge actions of the jihadists

The news of the death of Osama bin Laden soon spread yesterday by the souk of the old city of Sanaa. Once informed, the Yemenis reacted differently depending on their sympathies. As in the rest of the Islamic world, opinions were divided between those who consider him a martyr and who thought more victims it caused.

But everyone agreed that his death does not end or with Al Qaeda or terrorism. Now they fear retaliation from his supporters. "Osama is a martyr for jihad against the Americans and you're in paradise," claimed Ahmad al Sayadi, a vendor of nuts 55. But while many Yemenis share this view and one of the most active branches of Al Qaeda in Yemen has taken root, there is no unanimity.

Brasil/Francia.- Located in "good condition" the second black box of the Air France plane that hit the Atlantic

PARIS, 3 May. The second black box of Air France, which fell almost two years ago the Atlantic off the Brazilian coast, was recovered Tuesday by the rescue team led by the Office of Investigation and Aviation Safety Analysis (BEA, in its French acronym) after being located on Sunday. The vessel Remora 6000 that participates in the fifth targeted search to recover the bodies and wreckage have recovered the box containing the records and flight parameters, in "good condition", confirmed the BEA said in a statement.

The failure of Palestinian Osama bin Laden

Ubiquitous in the speeches of senior al-Qaida, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict still remains the biggest failure of the creator of Al Qaeda. The Palestinian ideological references were broadly Islamo-nationalists.

After Bin Laden, Obama is (almost) unbeatable

The first person singular used by Obama during much of the 9 and a half minutes of speech with which announces to the world the killing of Bin Laden says, better than any other analysis, the important point is scored by the Commander in Chief of the forces United States armed. (Parentheses for those who say that this has not happened: please explain why Al Qaeda has announced in a press release, that their leader is dead) That video is, in fact, a spot of campaigning.

The tribulations of European producers in China

Beijing Correspondent - For six years, the European Producers' Club, an association based in Paris, which brings together some fifty independent European producers, organized in Beijing or Shanghai forum co-production with China, hoping that by learning to to know the citizens of both continents co-produce more films.

Enthusiasm is often there, but partnerships are rare in a Chinese market dominated by big productions China-Hong Kong. The exponential growth of the Chinese box office and Chinese efforts to assert itself internationally in the field of cultural industries - the organization in the capital, from April 23 to 28, with a lot of grants, the first International Film Festival in Beijing, is the latest example - are they changing the situation? "For the first time I felt a strong signal from our interlocutors, to make us understand how they had become co-productions," says Alexandra Lebret, executive director of the Club of European producers.

Gaddafi Misrata blocks port to prevent the entry of aid

Misrata port has become in recent days the main objective of Qaddafi in his war against the rebels. As the only gateway to the town, surrounded by land from more than two months ago by troops loyal to the regime, the Libyan dictator concentrates its efforts on keeping it locked to prevent the entry of humanitarian aid and supplies to the rebels.

According to testimonies collected in the area, the area is suffering heavy bombing and nothing can enter or leave the city by land or sea for 48 hours, even the wounded that need to be evacuated. Another strategy Gaddafi has been laying mines in waters near the port. Since Friday, NATO ships comb the area to locate and destroy the artifacts.

The successor to bin Laden? Al-Zawahiri, the Egyptian doctor

Osama bin Laden along with his right arm al-Zawahiri after the death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, it opens the question of succession within the terrorist organization. To take control, even by the former head of Pakistani intelligence (ISI), retired General Hamid Gul, will be the right arm of the Saudi Sheikh, Ayman al Zawahiri, the Egyptian doctor was born June 19, 1951 (Read his FBI file on the site), one of the founders of al Qaeda in the late eighties.

Bart De Wever, unavoidable but beyond the pale

Bart De Wever, the leader of the Alliance néoflamande (EVN), the Independence Party, which won elections in 2010, seems to have blocked the functioning of Belgium, remains an enigma. Its popularity intrigue confuses its program, its ultimate objective is valued in different ways by his opponents. PS A French minister, author of a recent book on the national idea, as it deems necessary dialogue with it, associate it with the power and welcome it is not xenophobic.

Bin Laden =

What a weekend guys, we have married a prince, we have a pope beatified, the championship remains open and in the darkness of the Arabian Nights, we defeated the devil. Remains open a catalog of various big question: the death of Osama is a CIA preventive action in anticipation of the upcoming U.S. elections? Cesare Ragazzi will finish his career in the royal court? But Wojtyla, ultimately, was a revolutionary or a reactionary? The championship is driven so that the subscription to be enjoyed until the last hour? "Kill Bin Laden" announces "the information".

Laurent Gbagbo wants to "heal the wounds" of Côte d'Ivoire

Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo has "insisted he had to heal the wounds" of Côte d'Ivoire, said Monday, May 2 to press the South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu, after meeting Mr. Gbagbo in Korhogo in his house arrest. The Nobel Peace Bishop Tutu and other members of the Group of Elders ("old"), former Secretary General Kofi Annan and former President of Ireland and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights UN, Mary Robinson, arrived in the morning in Korhogo in northern Côte d'Ivoire, to meet with Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo fallen.

"Kill Osama, terrorist attacks will continue waiting for new leader

The city of Abbottabad, 150 km north of the Pakistani capital Islamabad, was the place chosen by Osama bin Laden for his last refuge. Its fortified residence was less than a mile Pakistani military academy, where it is forming an army of officers involved, among other things, in the fight against Al Qaeda galaxy.

It 'a fact that immediately raises the question of whether, and how, the Pakistani intelligence service, the ISI knew of the presence of Bin Laden. For some time, especially by the Afghan government of President Hamid Karzai came to periodic accusations that Pakistan has always denied that, however Bin Laden could be on its own soil.

Four killed in an attack in Pakistan

A woman and three children were killed Monday, May 2, the day of death of Osama bin Laden, by exploding a bomb near a mosque in northwestern Pakistan, a country experiencing a deadly wave of bombings Taliban allied with al-Qaida. The attack happened in Charsadda, near the tribal areas bordering Afghanistan, which is the stronghold of Pakistani Taliban.

The mosque is adjacent to a police station that seems to have been the target of the attack, said local police chief. Besides the wife and three children killed, five people were injured, including two policemen, the source said. The bomb partially destroyed the mosque and a section of wall at the police station.