Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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

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

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

Warning shot for Silvio Berlusconi in Milan and Naples

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Italy: severe defeat for Berlusconi in Milan

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

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

Justice approves espaola Vielmann delivery to Guatemala

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

Yemen is on the brink of civil war

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

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

Maid in Amersfoort

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

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

Bashar al-Assad granted general amnesty in Syria

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

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

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

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

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

Politkovskaya, took his alleged murderess

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

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

A demonstration against homophobia violently repressed by police in Moscow

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

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

Attack by Al Qaeda captured city

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

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

Gadhafi solid defense prepares to eventual trial in The Hague

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

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

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

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

Merkel angers Irn through your space to prevent areo

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

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

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

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

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

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

The eruption is over Grímsvötn

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

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

Italian punish Berlusconi, defeated at local elections:

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

The South African president in Libya to negotiate with Gaddafi

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

Israel will strengthen its influence and control in disputed Jerusalem

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

Gadhafi shown willingness to negotiate a way out

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

Pedophilia: the Belgian bishops agree to compensate victims

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The UN condemns the brutal repression in Syria

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

Mubarak condemned for having suspended the Internet in January

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Marsans claims 1,100 million to the Argentine government ICSID

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

Yemen: Taiz repression, fighting in the South

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

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