Sunday, July 10, 2011

Malaysia, activists in the streets in the name of legality, rights and anti-corruption

There is a woman and a lawyer of Indian origin Ambiga Sreenevasan head of the broad movement of civil society now shakes Malaysia. And 'the former president of the Bar Council of Malaysia, and is known for its commitment to protect individual freedoms and human rights. The leader was arrested today, along with 900 other activists, for leading an unauthorized demonstration in the streets of Kuala Lumpur, where they were discharged for several hours over 20 thousand young people, dispersed by police with water cannons and tear gas.

A hundred pro-Palestinian demonstrators arrested in Paris

One hundred and twenty people were arrested after being gathered Saturday, July 9 afternoon near the Hotel de Ville in Paris to demand the release of pro-Palestinian activists arrested Friday in Tel Aviv. The protesters were removed from the site to 16 hours and taken to different police stations in the French capital.

They did not report their collection to the authorities, said a police source. United behind a banner "Stop Israeli fascism. Shame on France accomplice", dressed in green T-shirts ("Free Palestine", "Palestine will live") and equipped with signs ("No to Gaza blockade"), they chanted slogans against Israel and called for the release of pro-Palestinian activists.

Decontamination Fukushima will take decades according to the Government

The Japanese prime minister said Saturday, July 9 that decontamination of the site of the Fukushima nuclear power plant would take several decades. Naoto Kan presented for the first time a program of long-term operation. Cooling systems of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, located 220 km northeast of Tokyo, were damaged on mergers within three reactors after the tsunami that followed the earthquake of March 11, causing one of worst civil nuclear disaster.

Japan, quake 7.3 quake in the north-east

Japan shakes back and relives the nightmare of the tsunami: A strong earthquake of magnitude 7.3, felt from the capital of Tokyo to the island north of Hokkaido, was recorded in the morning in the Pacific Ocean, about 200 km off the coast of Miyagi prefecture, bringing the alarm tsunami with waves up to 50 cm.

Not much, when referring to the tsunami until March 11 to 40 feet and head of the devastation in the northeast of the country, but different enough to push local governments to arrange the evacuation "of residents immediately" to minimize the risk to residents. Currently there are no reports of injuries or damage caused by the earthquake.