Politics

06
Jul
Dutch state held responsible for three deaths in Srebrenica massacre

An appeals court in The Hague ruled on Tuesday that the Dutch state is to be held accountable for the deaths of three Bosniak men during the Srebrenica massacre in 1995. The Bosnian Muslims involved in the case worked for Dutchbat, the Dutch peacekeeping battalion charged by the UN with defending the area. The court's decision overruled an earlier verdict that did not held the Dutch state accountable for the deaths, as the troops operated under... [read news]

17
Jun
Anthony Weiner has resigned

After several weeks of the „Twitter” sex scandal, Representative Anthony Weiner took the colleagues and the President Barack Obama’s advise and resigned. He apologized all the people that he hurt, especially his wife, Huma, a close assistant of Hilary Clinton’s team that is pregnant, according to the rumors. More, he said to his friends that he is regretting everything that happened and he apologized also for the embarrassment that all... [read news]

11
Jun
First helicopter attack in Syria to disperse the protesters

From the beginning of March, several Syrian are protesting against the politic regime of the President Bashar al-Assad. The Syrian Army took violence measures against the protesters, but Friday it was for the first time when they got air measures in order to disperse the pro-democracy protesters. This is a new bloody chapter in the three-month war of the Syrian people with the regime of the President al-Assad. This assault comes after in the... [read news]

09
Jun
U.S intensifies its military operations in Yemen

The Obama Administration intensified its secret military operations in Yemen in its efforts to counteract the drone militants and the hunting airplanes. The acceleration on the military efforts from Yemen from the last weeks comes after the violence from this country intensified and the Sanaa Government, a strong ally to the United States, was strongly attacked, according to a New York Times report. The Yemen troupes that were fighting to the... [read news]

07
Jun
Austan Goolsbee stepped down

Economist Austan Goolsbee, one of the sixth “guru of the future”, according to the Financial Times, stepped down from the Barack Obama’s team of advisors. The moment of this gesture is a very fragile one, when the America’s economy gives signs of weakness. According to an official statement of the White House Administration,  Austan Goolsbee wants to return at his professor career at the Chicago University. He will return on Chicago in... [read news]

26
May
Muamamr Gadhafi’s son is not dead, Silvio Berlusconi said

The Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said in an official statement on Wednesday that Muamamr Gadhafi’s son, Seif al-Arab, is not dead. He said that the Libyan Government’s statement regarding the killing of al-Arab, the 29 years old son of Muamamr Gadafi, during a NATO raid in April 30 is purely „propaganda”. He said that the coalition is not having any information regarding al-Arab. More, he added that Gadafi’s son is no... [read news]

25
May
Bizarre code name for Barack Obama during his U.K visit

Scotland Yard gave the United States President, Barack Obama, a weird code name during his official visit in the United Kingdom where he met Queen Elisabeth II. He was called „chalaque”, that means „the one that thinks is the smartest”, said Daily Mail on the electronic edition. This bizarre code name that the American President received stirred up a lot of controversies, because this expression has Indian origins and is a little bit... [read news]

23
May
Tim Pawlenty announced he will run for Presidency in 2012

The former republican governor of Minnesota, Tim Pawlenty, announced on Sunday his candidature at the 2012 election for President of the United States from the Republican Party. At this time, the President Barack Obama has a strong competitor for the next year election. He started his first stop on the election campaign in Iowa. In an official statement, he added that Iowa is the starting place where he will tell all the American people the... [read news]

08
May
Rafael Correa won the Ecuador referendum

The President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, won the referendum and the reforms that he proposed were accepted by its people. He proposed a lot of reforms, from the judicial field to the economical one. At the referendum were asked ten questions that backed up Correa’s vision about reforming the country. The opposition voices thinks this result will only strengthened  the President’s power. The primal results of the National Election Council... [read news]

02
May
The White House showed President Obama's birth certificate

The White House had a prompt reaction to the Donald Trump accusations that he is not an American. A copy of the birth certificate of the President Barak Obama was revealed and by this gesture, the Presidential Administration want to stop the rumors of the non-American origins of Obama. Attending to Oprah Winfrey Show, Obama didn't want to discuss very much on this issue that he thinks is hilarious and are trying to cut the attention from the... [read news]


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