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Entries from June 2013

SYRIA: The "Friends of Syria" divided on arming Syrian rebels

June 22nd, 2013 · Comments Off

 
The main countries supporting the Syrian opposition have decided on Saturday to intensify their assistance to the rebels to overthrow the balance on the ground in his favor before the holding of a peace conference , Geneva, without reaching a consensus on the supply of arms.
Meeting in Doha, the eleven countries that […]

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TUNISIA: Tunisia: FEMEN three lawyers fear a postponement of the trial

June 12th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
Tunisian and French lawyers three FEMEN imprisoned for two weeks for an action topless in Tunis told AFP feared a further postponement of the trial, originally scheduled for this Wednesday , 10:30 (0930 GMT), resulting in their detention. The judge must decide whether to accept the request of a civil party to several Islamist […]

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SOUTH AFRICA: Nelson Mandela hospitalized in a "worrying but stable" condition

June 8th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
Former South African President Nelson Mandela, 94 years old, was hospitalized again Saturday, June 8 for a lung infection. According to a statement from the presidency, the hero of the anti-apratheid fight is in a "worrying but stable" condition.
"This morning around 1:30 am (2330 GMT Friday) his condition deteriorated and he was […]

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"Snowden has not crossed the Russian border," said Lavrov

June 26th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
We know a little more about Edward Snowden on the run, the computer behind revelations about cyber program Prism. Whatever the media nicknamed "the invisible man" , has never been found on the territory of Russia, assured on Tuesday 25 June, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergei Lavrov.
"He chose his own route. […]

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A G8 for nothing

June 20th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
In their final statement on Tuesday, June 18 at the end of the top of Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, the Heads of State and Government of the G8 countries have, not surprisingly, not found agree on how to implement Syria, diving
in the civil war for more than two years. "Reaching an agreement was […]

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SOUTH AFRICA: Nelson Mandela "seems to go well," according to his little son

June 16th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
The latest health news of former South African President Nelson Mandela, just his little son who visited him this week. "He seemed fine. This gave us the hope that he would soon recover, "said, Saturday, June 15, Mandla Mandela, during the funeral of a cousin of the hero of the fight anti-apartheid in his […]

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FRANCE: Gastronomy: the label "homemade" leaves the restaurant on their hunger

June 29th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
Burgundy oxen vacuum and mellowness to other industrial chocolate warmed to hastily had to worry about. In a rare moment of sacred union, the UMP and PS of the National Assembly adopted, Thursday, June 27, an amendment mandating restaurants in adding a word " , home-made "for the cooked food from raw materials. Purpose of […]

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TURKEY: Protesters shout victory Taksim Square after the withdrawal of the police

June 2nd, 2013 · Comments Off

 
Erdogan loose ballast. After two days of fighting, the police withdrew from the first Saturday in June in the middle of the afternoon to Taksim Square where thousands of manfiestants were able to return
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Faced with one of its largest protests since the arrival of his party to power in 2002, Prime Minister […]

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SYRIA: Laurent Fabius: "France is confident that sarin gas was used in Syria"

June 5th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
The French Foreign Minister has referred to "certainty" that Tuesday, June 4, on the use of chemical weapons in Syria, specifically gas sarin, a powerful nerve gas. Based on analyzes carried out in a French laboratory from samples collected in the suburbs of Damascus, on the one hand, two special envoys of the newspaper […]

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