The first 650 American troops leave Afghanistan as part of Washington's plan to withdraw U.S. troops within the next few years in the country, according to "Reuters". "Around 650 soldiers left the borders of Afghanistan, and they have no plan to replace," says Wayne Perry, a representative of the International Security Assistance Force NATO. Recall that political pressure forced the U.
Syrian government troops have killed at least 12 protesters Syrians in mass protests across the country against the government of Bashar al-Assad said: "Reuters". Syrian forces have killed five people in Damascus, using guns and tear gas. At the same time in the southern part of the country near the border with Jordan, were killed, four civilians, according to witnesses.
U. S. President Barack Obama says time is running out an agreement to raise the U.S. debt ceiling to a partial U.S. bankruptcy in early August. Obviously, time is running out. So I told members of Congress, is that over the next 24 to 36 hours to give me some idea what their plan is to raise the debt ceiling of such mechanisms do not think Obama said at a press conference at the White House. On August 2 the U.S. should take a decision to issue the debt ceiling from the current level of 14.39 trillion dollars in the country to fulfill the obligations of the government.
Greek reform program as "chemotherapy", in the end lead to the results, said U. S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said after today's meeting in Athens with Greek Foreign Minister Stavros Lambrinidis, ITAR-TASS reported. Clinton expressed U.S. support for the people and Government of Greece, which is located on the edge of partial failure, to carry out tough reforms needed to address the big problems with debt. "We support the people and government of Greece," said Clinton told reporters, adding that the U.S. strongly supports the Government's commitment to Papandreou, to make the necessary reforms to build a solid foundation in Greece.
Suicide bombing killed four people at a mosque in the Afghan city of Kandahar, said: "AFP" "We have information that the attack has killed 3 people and injured 15 people," said the governor of Kandahar Toriyalay Vesa. From the Ministry of Interior said the victim was a child. A little later the second bomb exploded near a mosque that killed one person and injured two people.
North Korea shows no signs to give up its drive to develop nuclear weapons and provoke South Korea, said William S. Admiral Mike Myulan quoting "Reuters". "North Korea shows no signs of softness in the pursuit of its nuclear ambitions. I'm just not sure that they will stop provocations. I have long said that only you can provide in terms of North Korea is its unpredictability," said MyulanSpored Myulan, aggressive behavior of South Korea to South Korea, not incidentally, but consistently, striving to achieve what you want from the government of North Korea.
The world needs to recognize the efforts of the Sudan in bringing peace to the region after the separation of state and the independence of Southern Sudan, which led to normalization of relations, said Chinese Vice-President of the United Nations, Wang Ming, who was quoted by "Reuters". "Sudanese government made great efforts to advance the peace process on the division of the country," he said. China maintains close ties with Khartoum in the field of trade, energy and military affairs.
Pakistan has asked the leadership of William S. Intelligence Agency CIA to cease all covert operations within its territory and to continue to provide the full responsibility for the activities of their intelligence. The request was declared the head of Pakistan's intelligence agency of the United Shuja Pasha Ashmad meeting with the Acting CIA Director Michael Morrell.
Defence Minister Kostas Papakostas Cyprus and the army chief has resigned after the explosion, which killed 12 people this morning, said government spokesman, quoted by "Reuters" is recalled that the explosion in the Cypriot naval base in Zygi, 12 killed people and injured 30 people. The explosion occurred after a fire in the stock of arms and ammunition seized by the Iranian ship in 2009
U.S. will support the mediating role of Russia to overthrow Qadhafi from power and allow the conflict in Libya, said President Barack Obama's conversation with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, quoted by 'RIA Novosti'. Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev "discussed issues of cooperation between the two countries on international issues and America's commitment to the tragedy of the ship" Bulgari ", said the White House. In a telephone conversation with Medvedev, Obama said that Washington" is prepared to support the talks could lead to democratic reforms in Libya and the removal of Qadhafi from power, "to complement the Obama administration.
Missile defense in Europe is the only contentious issue in relations between NATO and Russia, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said, "RIA Novosti". "As for the missile shield in Europe, we believe that these measures are based on common interest and cooperation in the common area of security." Lavrov said, stressing that the only dispute between Russia and NATO. During the meeting between the representatives of NATO and Russia in Sochi on July 4, Alliance depart direct binding assurances that the missiles are not directed against Russia.
He quickly find a political solution to Libya, after outlining some evidence shows out of the crisis, said French Prime Minister Francois Fillon said, "Reuters." "It is essential that a political solution, he begins to take shape," said Fillon, the French Parliament to the House to decide whether to continue the war with Libya.
"Gaddafi must go, for it has no place in the new Libya. Everything else is subject to debate." This was announced today, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said, according to news agency "Novosti". This is the second statement by Russia in this direction, after July 4, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said that Russia shares the international community for the future of Libya, and wants it to be a sovereign democratic state.
The referendum on the reunification of Cyprus can be held in early 2012, BBC reports citing the Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu. "We hope that the solution of the Cyprus problem is at the end of the year and the first months of next year to hold a referendum to Cyprus to take over the Presidency of the EU as a unified country.
The Syrian government troops killed at least 22 people in the central city of Hama, reports AP. In the clash between Syrian troops and demonstrators, and there are more than 80 wounded when troops blockaded the city for a mass anti-government protests in nearly 800 thousand people. "Currently, the wounded were hospitalized in two hospitals in the city of Hama. At the same time, many of the protesters to leave the city of Al-Salah, pointing to Damascus," said the head of the Human Rights Ammar Kyurabi.
The new rules on police cooperation, adopted by Parliament will allow the perpetrators of the crime in another EU country should be punished. The purpose of Novotel rule is to ensure equality before the law for all criminals, and improve road safety. This applies to all who live in another EU country.
Another plane with humanitarian aid sent to the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations of Benghazi, RIA Novosti reported. The aircraft is designed with the provisions of the Libyan city once again controlled by the insurgents. Expected back Russia Ilyushin Il-76 to deliver about 36 tons of humanitarian aid. Yesterday, Russia delivered 36 tons of the Ministry for the residents of Benghazi. Humanitarian aid includes food staples like rice, sugar, milk and fish. The current situation in Libya in clashes between government and opposition to Gaddafi, who are coordinating with the NATO air strikes began on March 19 this year.
The French writer Tristan Bano rape sue a former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn said. The lawyer told the writer that sexual abuse occurred when she met with Strauss-Kahn interview in connection with the book you're writing. In 2007, she talks about the case in a television interview, but then his name has been disguised by a beep. According to Tristan Bano he behaved very rudely, and she had to fight with him in the side of the arms and legs. "While I was struggling, it's rape, to scare him, but has no effect," she said.
Parliamentary elections will be held in Egypt in late September, reports AP. This will be the first free elections after nearly 30 years of continuous control of Hosni Mubarak, who was forced to resign a few months ago, after weeks of protests. Thus, the main political parties will have one month to political agitation.
Reports that Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's plans to withdraw from the government in exchange for security guarantees are not reliable, Reuters reported citing government spokesperson Musa Ibrahim. Earlier in the Russian editions of the newspaper appeared on the basis of the senior Russian source, Gaddafi is ready to go under certain guarantees for his life and those that it can provide some NATO members, particularly France.
Muammar Gaddafi threat to Europe will not stop the military operation conducted by NATO in the territory of Libya. He said that U.S. President Clinton during his visit to Spain. Recall that in an audio message distributed Gaddafi said that if NATO does not stop the attacks against his regime, will fight in Europe. Clinton stressed that instead of threatening, Gaddafi should give priority to the interests of the Libyan people and make it necessary to resign from office.
The former military leader Ratko Mladic, the Bosnian Serbs to boycott the hearings tomorrow on the International Tribunal for War Crimes in The Hague. Mladic told the prison authorities do not want to appear in court. He refused to plead guilty or not guilty, said his lawyer, Milos Saldzhich. 69-year-old Mladic must be pleaded in the opposition against him, after refusing to do so in the past month. According to his lawyer, Mladic would boycott the hearing with a request to be represented by their lawyers.
Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva acknowledged his defeat in the country held parliamentary elections, the BBC reported. . According to preliminary results, the opposition party "for Thailand 'victory brings together supporters of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who is now in exile, while 92 percent of the vote counting leader of the opposition -. . The sister of former Prime Minister Inglak bus will become the first woman prime minister in history.
Western powers will not be in Libya, Gaddafi said his son Saif al-Islam in an interview with French television. His father did not intend to leave the country within the framework of negotiations to end the conflict with the opposition. Meanwhile, opposition leader appealed to Reuters that the offer was made to Gaddafi. The request includes a formal renunciation of power and movement, which he agreed to it under international control, and be allowed to stay in Libya.
In response to the crisis in North Korea, European Union provides humanitarian assistance in the form of food, which is calculated at a rate of 14.5 million dollars to satisfy more than 650,000 hungry people in the country, reports the AP. Then listen to the European Commission, CE stignalo concluded that the deepening economic problems in North Korea could be reduced if the agreement between the two countries for assistance.
Israel has accepted the proposal of Greece for the transportation of humanitarian aid is carried out by the Navy in the Gaza Strip, accompanied by Greek diplomats and under the supervision of the UN, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz wrote. The Government of Greece to the organizers of today's fleet, and Israel's request. This proposal was supported by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Navy did not respond to the offer.
The African Union condemned the support which France Libyan rebels. It said today the president of the Union, Jean Ping, ITAR-TASS reported. At a meeting of the African Union, held today in Equatorial Guinea, Ping is a solution to the French authorities to support the Libyan rebels threatening regional security.
For the protection of civilians in Libya are all good tools, including the supply of arms to rebels. He said French Foreign Minister Alain sulfur. He added that these stocks are reported Allies and safety advice. A few days ago newspaper Le Figaro reported that the French government had a secret operation to supply weapons to the Libyan rebels operating in the western mountains, south-west of Tripoli. Supplies include a portable missile systems, vehicles, machine guns and antitank missiles Milan and were dropped by parachute.
A referendum on constitutional changes going on in Morocco, RIA Novosti reported. Moroccan citizens should decide whether they want to limit the powers of the monarch King Mohammed VI. Voting, which started at 8:00 am local time, takes place in 40,000 polling stations. The participation of more than 13 million Moroccans.
Syrian opposition delegation called on Russia to use its diplomatic influence to persuade Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to abandon the use of force against civilians. The delegation arrived in Moscow for talks with Russian Special Representative for Africa Margelov, the BBC reported.
The Greek government raised the minimum 151 votes "for" a new bailout vote in the Parliament of Greece. The final results show that the plan received a total of 155 votes "for", 138 deputies were against and five abstained and two were not the votes. MP from the ruling party PASOK and opposition to a broken party discipline in voting.
Washington is considering following the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan to Pakistan and focus on, inter alia, terrorist organizations seek to Pakistani territory, according to AP. "The last seven, eight years have shown that the terrorist threat coming from Afghanistan, namely Pakistan," said a spokesman for U. S. President. In respect of the Pakistani government to put up with terrorist organizations on its territory, Obama said: "There is no doubt that while I was president of the United States will never tolerate a haven for those who seek to destroy us.
The European Union today renewed sanctions against Syria, including the names of the three commanders of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards in the "black" list, published in the Official Journal, Deutsche Welle reported. The commanders accused of supporting repression of President Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian protesters. The list also included Syrian real estate company, investment fund and the two companies accused Assad of public finances. It included four senior officers, bringing the total number of persons in the list of 30.
Croatia will celebrate 20 years of separation from Yugoslavia and declared its independence, RIA Novosti reported. Anniversary celebration will be held in the capital Zagreb and Vukovar, where the program will lay wreaths at the monuments to the fighters for independence. Official guests of honor will be President of Slovenia, and Hungary. By 2001, the country's national holiday was celebrated on May 30 in honor of the first uchrezhdavane mnogopartien parliament in Croatia in 1990 This year's celebration will be held at a time when the EU invited Croatia to join the European family.
Russian Foreign Ministry expressed regret over the "continuous acts of vandalism" against the Soviet Army monument in Sofia and "attempts by some political forces" to get his removal, said the BNR. Russian diplomats qualified picture of Soviet troops from relief in costumes fairy tale characters such as "vapiyusht another incident." The Ministry believes that such "excesses" does not reflect "the general mood of the Bulgarian people" associated with the old friendship with Russia. Russia hopes that the Ministry of the Bulgarian authorities, "finally" take steps to prevent abuse of the memory of Soviet soldiers who "died for the liberation of Bulgaria and Europe," and that the guilty will be convicted.
Iran is not afraid to create their own nuclear weapons, reports the AP. The Iranian president has made clear that his country is not afraid of the fierce cries of the West to build an atomic bomb. "If we want to make a bomb and no one will frighten us, or stop," said Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. He added that, although able to do, they do not intend to develop nuclear weapons. Iran has long said that its nuclear program is exclusively for peaceful purposes - such as electricity. Nevertheless, the Security Council of the United Nations believe that the establishment of a peaceful nuclear program can be used to prepare nuclear weapons in nature.
The European Parliament adopted new rules for online commerce in the EU, which will allow consumers to return products purchased online within two weeks of receipt of purchase. While online retailers are required to provide clients with detailed and accurate information about the final price of goods ordered and contact your dealer. "We wanted to basically regulate the length of contracts, and not in stores, as is done exactly the most cross-border trade", said EP rapporteur Andreas Schwab. In his new directive is a good example of how Europe can benefit both consumers and merchants.
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