Sunday, February 27, 2011

New clashes in downtown Tunis

New clashes erupted Sunday in downtown Tunis, following protests that left three dead.
Young people have engaged in vandalism, while police tried to disperse them using tear gas.
The youth tried to go to the Interior Ministry. He broke the windows of buildings, throwing stones and put up barricades. They defied the ban the Department of movement for pedestrians and cars on Avenue Habib Bourguiba from Saturday 18 pm until midnight Sunday.

Depart Gaddafi "inevitable" (Italy)

The departure of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is "inevitable", said today the Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said, adding that the situation in that country had reached "a point of no return", when asked by Sky TV BT -24. Asked by a journalist on the possible departure of Colonel Qaddafi, the leader of Italian diplomacy said: "It's inevitable." "The situation in Libya has reached a point of no return," he added. "We had never seen a situation where the leader of a regime gives the order to kill his own brothers and sisters into mercenaries pay up," said Mr. Frattini.

Friday, February 25, 2011

LIVE. Libya protesters amid the shelling in Tripoli

Then they hold the entire eastern part of the country and progress to the west, this Friday, the day of prayer, opponents of the regime of Colonel Gaddafi called for a rally in Tripoli. The "Guide" Will it withstand the pressure of the people? Thursday, in another speech to the people he accused bin Laden of manipulating the Libyans and did not appear ready to relinquish power. Meanwhile, remittances continue and the international community amplifies its pressure. The Security Council of the United Nations in particular must meet this Friday to address the issue of the crisis in Libya and the Council of Human Rights the UN must decide on a suspension of Libya from the organization.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Tobacco, fellatio and cunnilingus: what is the most dangerous?

An astonishing discovery in the triggers of cancer buccopharyngés: fellatio and cunnilingus have overtaken tobacco! The culprit is HPV, the leading cause of cancer of the cervix.
The hypothesis of a relationship between infection of human papillomavirus and cancers buccopharyngés (from the mouth and throat) had already been advanced by Professor Torbjörn Ramqvist Swedish Karolinska Institute. This hypothesis has been confirmed by Dr. Maura Gillison, a professor of medicine at the University of Ohio.

China sends an emergency team in New Zealand

China sent the request of the New Zealand government, a rescue team in the city of Christchurch, said Thursday the spokesman of Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ma.
According to the China Earthquake Administration, the ten-member team consists of experts and rescuers.
China is ready to provide assistance as needed from New Zealand, Ma said at a regular press conference.
He said the Chinese government has paid great attention to developments following the 6.3 magnitude earthquake that rocked Christchurch Tuesday, one of the largest cities in New Zealand. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi expressed their condolences to their counterparts in New Zealand.

Gaddafi accuses bin Laden

In an audio message, the Libyan Head of State presents his condolences to the families of victims of violence.
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi spoke Thursday afternoon in an audio message broadcast on Libyan television and presented as a phone-line. Two days after he vowed to quell protests against his rule, the colonel expressed his condolences for the "children of Libya" dead in the violence, while denouncing the manipulation of young Libyans by Osama bin Laden.

LIVE: Libya at the edge of chaos

While Muammar Gaddafi, determined to retain power, had promised the day before regaining control of the situation and a "butcher" for the demonstrators, the stock was significantly different in the early evening: the east coast of Libya would be "dropped "the hands of opponents. Meanwhile, the Islamist movement Al-Qaeda itself has gained ground, making the coastal town of Derna, on the east, its stronghold. The international community has clamped down significantly during the day, referring to how increasingly assertive implementation of sanctions against the Qaddafi regime, not just economic. The European Union and the United States clearly invoke sanctions. President Barack Obama must speak for the first time on Libya, by tomorrow.