Archive for February, 2011
February 28th, 2011
"Chronic psychological fatigue". After so many emotions experienced after so much tension, after all the desire for liberation, after so much adrenaline released on Friday in the ascent of Alto de Malho-remember, one kilometer from the arrival of a port that had won 2010 and finished second in 2009, launched an attack to which selected a group of only five, "came the trial to be, eve online isk, decided by the Tour of the Algarve and Alberto Contador succumbed.
February 27th, 2011
Unknown hanged four dogs.
Dortmund (dpa / LNW) – Unknown animal abusers have hung in the night on Monday in Dortmund four Belgian Sheepdogs. The adult animals were housed in different cages in a dog training area. The owner had run claims to his dogs last Sunday evening on the practice range. On Monday morning when he returned to the training ground, he made the gruesome discovery. Owners and the police currently, power leveling wow, assume that the dogs knew the perpetrator. "It is also possible that the perpetrators have been bitten during their act," a police spokesman said on Monday.
February 25th, 2011
- We will continue to demonstrate until we win. The situation in Yemen is becoming worse. Wednesday, two protestors were killed and more than ten wounded in clashes with supporters of the government in the capital Sana'a.
Tuesday was at least five wounded in a street battle in freedom of space outside the university in the capital, and the last few weeks is at least twelve people were killed in protests, mortal gold, against President Ali Abdullah Saleh, according to news agency AFP.
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Yemeni Abdullah is one of those people who every day take to the streets to demonstrate against the president who has ruled the country since 1978, first in 12 years for North Yemen, and continued as president when North and South Yemen merged in 1990.
- To, eve isk for sale, get rid of him is the only way to foster development and freedom. We have waited a long time to move forward developmentally, but it only gets worse. 33 years should be enough to demonstrate good leadership, but he is not even close to being a good leader, "said 35-year-old Abdullah to VG Nett.
Jemenitten, wow power leveling, have been out in the streets at the University of Sana'a for the past six days after his return from a jobbtur outside the country. He has no plans to retire before the Yemeni people see a visible change in leadership.
- We will continue to demonstrate until we win, or at least that we can guarantee that his failed policies will change. I, sto energy credits , think we manage to trap Saleh, because turnout is very large and is increasing every day, "said Abdullah.
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But President Saleh shows yet no sign of giving in to protesters' demands. Monday, he said that it is not appropriate to resign, and has previously discussed the demonstrations against him as an illness.
In the streets: Also the female population of Yemen has taken to the streets to demonstrate. Photo: Private
- I give myself only to an election, Saleh was a clear message.
Saleh's regime was already very weak before the demonstrations, with a massive revolt by separatists in the south and tribal people around the country who challenge the government. Meanwhile, al-Qaeda rooted in the land that the U.S. fears will be the next Afghanistan.
Breach of Promise
WILL REMOVE THE PRESIDENT: With clear rrences to Egypt, the Yemeni protesters placed President Ali Abdullah Saleh's head. Photo: Private
It is estimated that about 50,000 people in several cities in Yemen every day out in the streets to demonstrate, while the figure on the weekends when 100,000.
- Many people with posters in which they have written that Saleh has to go by, while others have posters where they remind him of promises he never kept, "said Abdullah.
The demonstrations in impoverished Yemen began in the wake of protests in Tunisia and Egypt, which finally ended with the president's downfall. In Yemen, there was initially a group of youths who led the protests, but then joined the opposition to.
READ ALSO: Hope Yemen-unrest can trap Farouk
Experts have sown doubts about the real thinking that the protesters in Yemen are able to depose Ali Abdullah Saleh, largely because of the population's addiction to the drug khat. They formed dull blades allow people who chew them going into a strong substance abuse in the afternoons, and the protests are not making as much weight.
The country's low-developed Internet also means not as much as in Tunisia and Egypt can mobilize protests.
February 24th, 2011
Austrian Elisabeth Goergl wins his second gold by winning the decline. Sports newsroom, Feb 13 () .- The Austrian Elisabeth Goergl, who on Tuesday had won the inaugural event, the supergiant, caught today, Sunday, her second gold medal in alpine skiing World Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany) by winning the showpiece, the decline.
Goergl, the upcoming Sunday turned thirty years, and that the Games of Vancouver (Canada) won two bronze-in downhill and giant, became thus the great dominator of the evidence, discount cycling clothes, speed of the championships.
The Austrian covered with master track "Kandahar 1 ', of 2,920 meters in length, departing at an altitude of 1,490 and a drop of 720 – and gan with a time of one minute, 47 seconds and 24 cent potholes, relegated to the second and third place to the two big favorites, American Lindsey Vonn, winner of three World Cups, cycling clothing, latest-and Germany's Maria Riesch, the current leader.
February 24th, 2011
The revolt comes to Libya
. Gaddafi has already launched a crackdown on bloggers at the demonstration called for today by Facebook
With Tnez west, Egypt to the east, and a leader who rules the country for 42 years despticamente, it seemed a matter of time that the riots would spread to Libya. About 2,000 people demonstrated Tuesday night in the country's second city, Benghazi, after a lawyer Dwell human rights activist., eve isk, The protests were violently suppressed and Muammar Gaddafi has already launched a crackdown against bloggers and Internet activists convened at the manifestation of social networks today, they have dubbed 'da of Wrath'.
The protests began when hundreds of protesters gathered Tuesday outside a police station in the city to demand the liberation of Tarbela Fathi, a lawyer representing, wow gold cheap, the families of the prisoners died in jail of Abu Salim , where in 1996 there was a shooting that claimed the lives of over a thousand prisoners. Although the lawyer was released, people continued sumndose msyms the manifestation, which was taking a turn anti, with the participants shouting slogans against the corruption of the regime.
On the Internet, several, everquest 2 platinum, videos show how protesters confronted the police with stones broke ycmo some posters with Gaddafi's face, although it is very difficult to verify the accuracy of these videos . The police repression of protests there will be left between 14 and 38 wounded, according to various sources.
The local newspaper 'Quryna', held by Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, son, wow power leveling, of the guide of the revolution, says Haban the wounded were treated at a hospital in the city, but all Haban already been discharged. On Twitter, however, claimed that some activists had experienced two deaths occurred. Due to strong secrecy that Qaddafi has rrred to the North African country, it is difficult to compare the information coming from Libya, as the local press, both public as private, have a strong censorship and international media presence in the country is very feebly.
The response of the state propaganda apparatus did not expect, and Al-Jamahiriya televisinpblica retransmitted several marches for Gadhafi organized in different parts of the country, where protesters dnded the leader and chanted slogans against Al-Jazeera channel sample, which the Libyan government accused of lying and stirring up the riots in the Middle East and North Africa. The Arab Network for Human Rights information, based in Cairo, has reported several cyber Libyans have been arrested in recent weeks to support the riots in Tnez and Egypt. The NGO cites the cases of Jamal el-Kowafy, a professor at the University of Garyounis in Benghazi, and Jamal el-Hajji, the secret services have stopped with fabricated charges related to a traffic accident traffic.
From London, the opposition in exile has supported the protests called to travs of several Facebook groups for today. The pressure of the street is huge. In Libya the same thing happen in Tnez and Egypt, adventure Abdulhamid Salim al-Hassi, a spokesman for the opposition National Conference of Libya, was quoted by DPA.