Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Chile .- Montevideo Airport suspended flights by the Chilean volcano ash Puyehue

MONTEVIDEO, 7 Jun. Carrasco International Airport in Montevideo, has suspended almost all flights as a result of the ashes that broadcasts in recent days by Chilean volcano Puyehue, which has also affected the air terminals Argentina. According to the website of the airport, the morning of Tuesday have been canceled a total of 18 "arrivals", including some flights that were scheduled to arrive in the evening.

Brazil deployed troops on the border with Paraguay

Dilma Rousseff Government has ordered the deployment of 4,000 troops in southern Brazil, near the border with Paraguay, as part of the security operation called 'Border Sul 2011' which takes place every years to try to curb organized crime. In the Brazilian city of Foz de Iguazu (south), bordering with Paraguay's Ciudad del Este, about 800 have been deployed military.

Protesters call for re-Saleh

Thousands of protesters gathered Tuesday outside the residence of Yemeni Vice President to demand the interim leader to form a council to create a new government and replace the wounded President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Along with the peaceful protest in the capital Sanaa, were fought fierce battles Tuesday in a southern city in the hands of militant Islamists.

About four thousand demonstrators in Sana'a, for five months have been calling for the resignation of Saleh, called a "march of a million" for the president to stay in Saudi Arabia, where he is being treated for wounds sustained on Friday in an attack his palace. "The people want to form a transitional council.

Gadhafi announced in Tripoli stay dead or alive''''

Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi vowed to fight to the end and stay in Tripoli said that''dead or alive''after NATO stepped up its bombing of the Libyan capital, in an audio message broadcast on state television.'' We have only one option: we will stay in our land alive or dead,''he said in his speech where he called on his supporters to gather at his compound in Bab al-Aziziya, targeted by the Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).''We are not afraid, we are stronger than their missiles,''the colonel emphasized emphasizing that remain''in Tripoli, dead or alive''.'' We will not surrender, we welcome the death.

Aerolineas Argentinas Argentina .- canceled 34 domestic flights and suffered delays in 13 connections

MADRID, 7 Jun. Aerolineas Argentinas (AA) has canceled a total of 34 flights and delayed departures of 13 connections because of the activity that continues to display the Puyehue volcano, which erupted on Saturday in Chile, and changes the trajectory of the ash cloud, according to the airline website.

Specifically, two operations will remain canceled until Tuesday, even while until Thursday 9 are canceled 26 flights, including those who are out at night to Santiago de Chile, among others. Also, until Sunday 12 will remain suspended six flights departing from airports in Argentina. However, AA warns that the program indicated it could "have modifications" subject to changes in the weather.

Chile .- Brazil suspends flights to Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Santiago by the volcanic cloud

BRASILIA, 7 Jun. The Brazilian authorities have announced the suspension of all flights scheduled for Tuesday to Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Santiago, due to the volcanic plume from the volcano in Chile Peyehue has covered with a gray blanket some cities these countries. Airport Infrastructure Company of Brazil (Infraero) has reported that up to 14.00 hours (19.00 hours in Spain) had been canceled 35 of the 94 international flights to or from Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Santiago planned for Tuesday.

EU promotes solutions to Yemen, Saleh promises to return

.- The United States and Saudi Arabia on Monday rushed to negotiate a transfer of power to ensure the long government of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, after he left the country to recover from injuries. However, a senior official said Saleh, who is convalescing in Saudi Arabia, will return to their homeland in a few days, something that surely provoke a new outbreak of violence between security forces and tribes bent on overthrowing.

EU fears new war in Sudan

The increased tension in Sudan, with the occupation of government troops from the region of Abyei, "could degenerate into a new war," admitted the European Development Commissioner, Andris Piebalgs. Piebalgs said the European Parliament meeting in Strasbourg (France), the European Commission will present a "comprehensive strategy" on Sudan and confirmed the presence of the EU High Representative, Catherine Ashton, the independence ceremony in South Sudan , on 9 July.

Argentina .- Six Argentine airports closed and problems in other seven Chilean volcano ashes Puhehue

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina 7 Jun. Six airports are closed and seven others are taking flight cancellations as a result of the ashes that broadcasts in recent days by Chilean volcano Puyehue, which has also led to the cutting of some roads in Argentina. As reported by the official agency Telam Argentina, the Ministry of Transportation and the agencies that regulate air activity have formed a crisis committee to report periodically on the situation before the advance of the ashes.

Chile .- The Brazilian TAM canceled all flights to the countries affected by the Chilean volcano Puyehue

MADRID, 7 Jun. The Brazilian company TAM has canceled all its flights on Tuesday between Brazil and Buenos Aires (Argentina), Montevideo (Uruguay), Santiago (Chile), Asuncion (Paraguay) as a preventive measure to volcanic ash from Chile volcano Puyehue that could reach southern Brazil. The measure, which also affects 11 other Gol flight, take to the existence of "risks to the operation of flights" and to "guarantee security" for passengers.

The action TEPCO, the operator of Fukushima plunges

The share of the company Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO), the manager of the nuclear accident in Fukushima (northeastern Japan), plunged Monday, June 6 by almost 24% in mid-session of the Exchange Tokyo, undermined by news reports indicating further mass casualties. A break of 11 hours, local time (4:00 am Paris time), the title was worth 218 yen Tepco (- 23.77%).

During the session, it fell to the floor allowed for the day (206 yen - 28%), before recovering slightly. Investors sold heavily on the title of an article of faith of the Kyodo news agency on Sunday, saying the company could record a net loss of 570 billion yen during the fiscal year from April 2011 to March 2012 (4.9 billion euros at current rate), excluding the compensation due to victims of the nuclear accident.

U.S. chief economist resigns Goolsbee Obama

The chief economic advisers of U.S. President Barack Obama, Austan Goolsbee, has announced that he will leave his role at the White House to return to teach at the University of Chicago. The choice of Goolsbee would be attached to the end of his period of leave from the university, after which he would lose the chair.

A tile which increases the difficulties of the U.S. presidency in combating the economic crisis, not comforting, especially after the unemployment data released in recent days: 9.1 percent of the U.S. workforce does not have a job. Goolsbee, 41, was economic adviser to Barack Obama since he was a senator from Illinois and was currently the President of the Council of Economic Advisors, a consulting team for the presidency consists of three economists.

Humala is the winner of the presidential Peru

His election is seen as a final revenge. The leftist candidate Ollanta Humala said, Sunday, June 5 at night, having "won the presidential election in Peru on the basis of the first partial results and projections. The very next day, almost final results confirmed his comments. After counting 89% of the vote he collected 51.34% of the vote against 48.66% for his rival right Keiko Fujimori, daughter of former President Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000), who is currently serving a sentence in prison for corruption and violations of human rights.

Yemen, Saleh hospital in Riyadh's deputy: "He'll be back in the coming days"

You may have to do more with the situation in Yemen, with its real medical conditions the decision of President Ali Abdullah Saleh to use a Saudi hospital for the operation caused by injuries in the attack on the presidential residence. The assault occurred on June 3, at the height of clashes between loyalists of President and insurgents linked to the tribe of al Ahmar, the main tribal confederation in the country.

Massacre of policemen in Jisr Ash Shugur opponents: they would not shoot into the crowd

 The Syrian state television reported that 80 policemen were killed in Jisr Ash Shugur, a city of 37 thousand inhabitants in the north-west of the country on the border with Turkey, where the evening of Friday the army is engaged in a massive enforcement action. According to the issuer, the agents were ambushed by "armed groups": "A real massacre.

They mutilated the corpses and threw them into the river Orontes, they also set fire to government buildings." The TV talking about "fierce fighting between security agents and armed militia who control some parts of the city." Militias to which it addresses directly the Syrian interior minister in a statement read on television, warning that "the State will not remain with folded arms in the face of attacks." Quite different from the version provided by two opponents of the regime of President Bashar Al Assad on the telephone by AFP from Nicosia.

Clinton says it's not good time for a peace conference

Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton said today that now hold a peace conference between Israelis and Palestinians would not be "productive" and called for more efforts to return both sides to the negotiating table. Clinton was responding to the French proposal to host a conference to revive the peace process later this month or early July at a meeting with reporters during a visit to Washington by French Foreign Minister, Alain Juppe.

Strauss-Kahn challenged by the innocent women out of court

"Not guilty." Thus the former director of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Khan said he was in the courts of New York during the hearing process that sees him charged with seven crimes linked to the alleged rape of a chambermaid Times Square. "Shame on you, shame, shouted a group of domestic workers when he arrived in court accompanied by his wife.

"The bacteria is not in the bean sprouts" The EU has announced compensation for producers

The first laboratory tests, in fact, were "cleared" the bean sprouts from an organic farm in Lower Saxony and suspected of causing the epidemic caused by a bacteria killer. Even last night the German Health Minister, Daniel Bahr, warned against hasty conclusions. And the lab has now determined that in the first 23 of the 40 samples examined in the presence of the bacterium is not dangerous.

The Israeli army opened fire on demonstrators on the Golan Heights

At least twenty Palestinians were killed and over 300 others wounded Sunday, June 5, while a crowd tried to scale the barbed son to enter the Golan occupied by Israel according to the Syrian news agency Sana. Of Israeli army fire on Palestinian demonstrators who came from Syria to commemorate the "Naksa", the Arab defeat against Israel during the Six Day War, were confirmed by a correspondent of the agency.

In Croatia, the Pope encourages Christian families to go on the offensive

On the second day of his whirlwind trip in this small country predominantly Catholic, the pope had taken a particularly offensive to exalt the Christian family, "unique contribution to evangelization", to highlight its "missionary vocation" and encourage to be heard in society. While the Croatian Bishops' Meeting celebrated the first Catholic families, Benedict XVI expressed his concern over "secularization that leads to the marginalization of God in life and an increasing disintegration of the family."

Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon general strike deaths of protesters

Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon were paralyzed by a general strike, dubbed "day of anger" for the death Monday of protesters in the Golan Heights, according to Lebanese media. Shops and schools closed in the area of Ain el Helu, the largest of Lebanon, located on the outskirts of the southern city of Sidon, while some youths burned tires on the approaches to it.

The protesters hoisted Palestinian flags and chanted anti-Israeli slogans and said they will not stop until they return to their homeland. Similar protests took place in other Palestinian camps in Lebanon. At least 23 people were killed and 325 wounded by Israeli fire against Palestinian demonstrators and tried to enter Syrian Golan Heights, which Israel captured in 1967 along with the Gaza Strip, the Sinai Peninsula, the West Bank and East Jerusalem.