2012, November

Islamists in Tunisia promise to allow women in management

Rashid Ganushi - the leader of a moderate Islamist party, "Nahda", which won the elections in Tunisia, said that the coalition government, which hopes to form, there will be women, whether veiled with chadri, the BBC reported. He assured that his party will not attempt to make women's veils. Ganushti According to some members of the previous government could remain in office because he was too honest to dismiss ministers who carry out their duties.

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November 29 2012, Articles

Croatian Parliament elected December 4

The Croatian President Ivo Josipovic announced the date of parliamentary elections in the country, the BBC reported. According to the official announcement of the presidential administration, the vote will take place on December 4. , Is expected on Monday, October 31, Josipović to sign a decree scheduling the elections. Dissolving the present parliament was passed by a majority vote of deputies. Previous elections were held on November 27, 2007. The Legislative Assembly is elected for a term of Croatia at the 4-year term.

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November 26 2012, Blog

President of the European Parliament begins three-day visit to Libya

President of the European Parliament, Jerzy Buzek, today begins a three-day visit to Libya, said the agency "Novosti". He will meet with the President of the Transitional National Council, Mustafa Abdel Jalil and other members of the new government in the country, as well as representatives of civil society. international organizations: "I am going to exempt the country to honor the courage and determination of the Libyan people.

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November 25 2012, World

In demanding the resignation of Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan

Armenian opposition has called for the resignation of President Serzh Sargsyan at the crowded march and rally in central Yerevan, the BBC reported. As the protest was about 5000 people. The protesters complained about the level of corruption in the country and accused authorities of failing to carry out democratic reforms. The protest was organized by the opposition Armenian National Congress of Education.

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November 24 2012, Offshore

Madagascar's new prime minister

The new Prime Minister of Madagascar is a former U.S. ambassador to the European Union - Omer Beriziki, the BBC reported. . He will lead the transitional government, whose main task is not to prepare the elections next year. Leaders of political parties in Madagascar have agreed to hold an election to resolve the political crisis in the country of the island, lasting more than two years.

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November 23 2012, Blog

The Arab League condemned the violence in Syria

The death toll from yesterday's suppression of anti-government protests in Syria has reached 40 people, news agencies reported. The agency "Reuters" reports that those killed were civilians in the cities of Hama and Homs, and their surroundings. Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Arab League appealed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad with a message condemning the killing of civilians involved in the protest. They called on to take all necessary measures to protect its citizens. Advocates point out that yesterday's clashes between protesters and security forces are one of the bloodiest since the beginning of anti-government protests that flooded Syria in the last 7 months.

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November 21 2012, Analytics

Ban Ki-moon has convened two days of talks in Cyprus

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the leaders of the southern and northern part of Cyprus to resume negotiations to reunify the island, officials said. The main objective of the current two-day meeting was to resolve the dispute between the leaders of the two parts of Cyprus, which has a negative impact on Turkey's application for EU membership.

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November 15 2012, Blog

Today, seven billion people will be born

Day of October 31 will go down in history as the day conditions, which was born on 7 billion people, reports "Novosti". UN to create the conditions for his homeland Russian city of Kaliningrad. Although the passage of the "billions" traditional boundaries of the reasons for the unrest in the world, the data show that such events will occur more frequently. World population reached 1 billion in 1804 to double its 125 years were needed. For over two centuries - from 1804 to 2011 it increased by seven times. According to UN studies, after 40 years, the inhabitants of the planet will be 9.

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November 14 2012, Blog

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