Sunday, July 3, 2011

Strauss-Kahn, visiting the "Moma" First exit a free man

Dominique Strauss-Kahn visited the MOMA, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, on his first day of freedom after the withdrawal of the arrest. The former president of the International Monetary Fund had been arrested May 14 on charges of raping a waitress at the Sofitel New York. The allegations have proved unfounded, at least with regard to violence and Strauss-Kahn was set free.

The Syrian army continues operations in Hama

The Syrian army has deployed tanks Sunday at the entrances to the city of Hama, two days after a huge demonstration against President Bashar al-Assad, report of residents and activists. "Dozens of people were arrested in the vicinity of Hama. The authorities seem to have opted for a military solution to bring the city," said Rami Abdel Rahman, president of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights .

The complainant Strauss-Kahn loses its credibility

The serious decline in credibility of the alleged victim is no longer the case Dominique Strauss-Kahn on the brink of dismissal, even though many of the lies and contradictions incurred Guinean women involved do not affect fundamental aspects of the procedure. Experts believe that it can be almost impossible to go on trial for rape and sexual assault in which the person attacked is not reliable and there is no witness.

Freedom Flotilla: Greek police arrested the captain of auxiliary ship

The Greek police have arrested the captain of a ship that transported the goods to Gaza should be banned. The captain of the ship's "Audacity of Hope" was trying to leave the port without permission and he has endangered the lives of his passengers, it was said by the Greek Coast Guard.

Victory of "yes" to the constitutional referendum in Morocco

Moroccans voted on Friday by an overwhelming majority for "yes" to the referendum on the draft constitutional revision. Over 98% of voters voted for "yes" in 94% of polling stations, said Interior Minister of Morocco, Taib Cherkaoui. The latter also indicated that the participation rate reached 72.65%.

The referendum, the first of King Mohammed VI came to power in 1999, strengthened the powers of the Prime Minister and Parliament, while preserving the political and religious supremacy of the monarch. The positive outcome of voting was seen by observers as "acquired". The draft constitution aims to "strengthen the pillars of constitutional monarchy, democratic, parliamentary and social", said Mohammed VI in a speech to the nation on June 17 The Prime Minister, from the winning party in elections, will be able to dissolve the House of Representatives, which was the only attribute of the king before the proposed reforms, includes the text.

The waitress accused of sexual assault Dominique Strauss-Kahn is not credible because it is a proven liar

She has lied in the request for asylum from Guinea to the United States. She lied by telling of being beaten by the soldiers of the regime. She lied saying that her husband died there of starvation and violence in prison.

She lied about gang rape that would have been in Africa for a gang. She even lied to denouncing one more child for tax deductions in the U.S.. And he lied to the grand jury reconstructing his movements after the alleged rape at the Sofitel. "Finally," reads the letter that the prosecutor in Manhattan has sent lawyers to the French, Ben Brefman and William Taylor, to warn them of the turning point "in the course of this investigation has lied to investigators on several other cases that relate to its history, to its past, present circumstances and his personal relationships.

Gaza Flotilla, "Who has done this, if not the Mossad?"

Sabotage accusations and rumors about deadly sulfur: The new Gaza Hilfsflottille want in a few days break from Greece. Between activists and Israel's propaganda battle is in full swing. When the Irish Department of the motor yacht "Saoirse" in the Turkish port of Gocek got out of the water, because they already had an inkling that something was amiss.

On land, the damage could easily recognize: The axis on the starboard propeller was sawed or filed in. The MV "Saoirse" is the second ship that wanted to participate in the flotilla to Gaza - and suddenly, miraculously suffered propeller damage. Fared quite similar to it on Monday the ship moored in Piraeus "iano" on the Greeks, Swedes and Norwegians go to Gaza.

Strauss-Kahn returned free But the case remains open

 The former director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dominique Strauss-Kahn, is no longer under house arrest. Although the criminal charges against him remain standing. The measure was revoked today during the hearing before the Criminal Court Judge Michael Obus French economist and was put on probation.

A Strauss-Kahn will now be refunded filed - one million dollars in cash plus the title of a house in the suburbs of Washington, estimated at 5 million - but not the passport. The breakthrough came 48 hours from the revelations that have cast a different shadow on the credibility of the maid who was accused of sexual assault Strauss-Kahn, who would have lied.