Friday, July 22, 2011

Oslo explosion near the office of Prime Minister of Norw

A strong explosion occurred at the site of Vg in Oslo, the largest Norwegian newspaper, which is close to the Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg. The Prime Minister was not in the building at the time of the explosion. The building is also home to other ministers, including Oil, where a fire broke out. For now at least eight wounded were counted.

For now, the causes of the explosion remains unknown, but the wreckage of the destroyed car were seen outside the building.

Cameron: "James must answer" Growing suspicions about the son of Murdoch

"It 'clear that James Murdoch now has to respond in Parliament," said British Prime Minister, David Cameron. Everything after the heavy claims of two executives from the News of the World who have questioned some of the deposition Tuesday to the House of Commons made by the son of the tycoon.

The former editor of Colin Myler and the former attorney Thomas Crone News International, have argued that James had misled Parliament about what he knew about the case of refund the head of the Association of Professional Football Players Gordon Taylor. News International in 2008 to Taylor poured a huge compensation for the intrusion into his answering machine.

The UN sent food to Somalia in the coming days

The director of the World Food Programme of the UN (WFP), Josette Sheeran, the agency announced it will begin sending food in the coming days by air to Somalia, where two regions of the south are in a state of famine. "Here in Somalia is a matter of life and death," Sheeran said after a visit to Mogadishu.

"The WFP will begin an airlift to ferry supplies to Mogadishu vital special nutritional food for malnourished children so desperately need," the director said in a statement issued in Nairobi. Sheeran stressed that "the critical situation in Somalia," and welcomed the recent decision of the radical Islamic group Al Shabab-linked to the terrorist network Al Qaeda, to lift the ban against humanitarian aid agencies in southern the country, which is largely under their control.

Departure from Belgrade: Hadzic on the way to UN tribunal

The transfer of the former Serb leader Goran Hadzic to The Hague is revealed. A police convoy had left with lights flashing and sirens, the prison in Belgrade - Hadzic must be before the Dutch UN tribunal to answer for alleged war crimes. Belgrade - The Serbian war crimes suspects Goran Hadzic is on its way to the UN tribunal in The Hague.

The Beta news agency reported on Friday in Belgrade. The 52-year-olds, the most serious crimes against humanity in the Croatian civil war (1991-1995) is accused have the morning to leave the prison in Belgrade, it said. On Thursday lawyer Toma Fila Hadzics had said it was "realistic" that his client was transferred to The Hague on Friday will.

Negotiations for a new government in Belgium

Belgium will she finally come out of the longest political crisis in its history? While the main political parties have been unable to agree, since the legislative elections of June 13, 2010, on the composition of a government the head of the Belgian French-speaking Socialist Party, Elio Di Rupo, informed, Friday, July 22, King Albert II he was able to start negotiations with eight formations.

41 people die after a bus fire in China

.- At least 41 people were killed and six injured after a bus carrying more passengers than authorized caught fire as it traveled along a road in central China's Henan province. The vehicle began to fire without its passengers could do anything to turn it off but have spread at a rapid pace. The bus, 35 seats, was carrying 47 people, and traveling on the highway between the capital Beijing and Zhuhai City.