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Entries from August 2013

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY: Syria: the departure of UN inspectors, a window of opportunity opens

August 31st, 2013 · Comments Off

 
With the departure of Damascus on Saturday, experts from the UN, which should make their findings within two weeks of the alleged attack with chemical weapons on 21 August in the suburbs the Syrian capital, a window of opportunity has opened. Starting today, the United States and France have the opportunity to carry out […]

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INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY: Syria to military action inspired by the Kosovo scenario?

August 28th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
If Washington does not officially mentioned any project strike against the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad accused hint by Westerners to have used chemical weapons, the imminence of such an approach does not seem to be any doubt. Especially in the eyes of the American media, according to which the Obama administration is serious […]

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LEBANON: National mourning in Lebanon following the double bombing of Tripoli

August 24th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
Lebanon is about Saturday, August 24 to observe a day of national mourning. The day before, a double suicide car bombing in Tripoli, the capital of the north of the country killed at least 42 people and injured 500 others, according to the Lebanese Red Cross. Of violence revived painful memories of car bombings during […]

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Manning trial: the government requires at least 60 years in prison

August 21st, 2013 · Comments Off

 
"No less than 60 years in prison," this is what required the U.S. government Monday, August 19 against Bradley Manning, accused of being the cause disclosure of confidential information in the context of WikiLeaks.
A sentence that serves as an example. The military prosecutor Joe Morrow asked the judge Denise Lind "to send a […]

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EGYPT: Report from Cairo: how pro-and anti-Morsi radicalized

August 17th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
Egypt is a step on the path to bloody civil war in the night from Friday 16 to Saturday, August 17, after another deadly day marked e by the attempt to install a camp of supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi on Ramses Square in Cairo, and the emergence of "neighborhood committees" made big […]

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TUNISIA: Thousands of anti-Ennahda demonstrators for the Women's Day in Tunisia

August 14th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
The anti-Ennahda in Tunisia continuous contestation. On this Women's Day in the country, thousands of opponents marched Tuesday, August 13 evening in Tunis. Demonstrators gathered , s the call of opposition parties, associations and trade unions, marched to a gate of the Medina instead Bardo, facing the Constituent Assembly and the center of the […]

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Cyber: France, Germany and Japan, priority targets of the NSA

August 11th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
The European Union was one of the priority targets for monitoring the U.S. intelligence agency NSA says "Der Spiegel" in its edition of Saturday, August 11. The German weekly relies on documents of former U.S. refugee consultant in Russia, Edward Snowden.
In a passage dated April review, NSA ensures that issues of foreign […]

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Fort Hood shootings: The trial of Nidal Hasan, the alleged killer

August 7th, 2013 · Comments Off

 
The trial of Nidal Hasan commander, "Al-Qaeda lone wolf" accused of killing 13 people and wounded 32 others in November 2009 at the U.S. military base at Fort Hood (Texas ), opens Tuesday, August 6 and could last several months. Born in Virginia to Palestinian parents, Nidal Hasan, 42, a paraplegic as a result […]

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MOROCCO: A demonstration against the "rapist Kenitra" violently repressed in Rabat

August 3rd, 2013 · Comments Off

 
The event held Friday night in the Moroccan capital to protest the pardon granted by King Mohamed VI Vivo Daniel Galvan, a Spanish national convicted pedophile to 30 years in prison, was dispersed so muscled by riot police. Dozens of people, including gathered outside the Parliament in Rabat journalists were injured by police equipped […]

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SYRIA: Damascus allowed the UN to investigate the chemical weapons

August 1st, 2013 · Comments Off

 
Officials from the United Nations will go to Syria to investigate three sites where the use of chemical weapons has been reported, the UN announced Wednesday.
"The mission will visit Syria as soon as possible to investigate simultaneously at three sites where the use of chemical weapons has been reported," said the door […]

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