MOSCOW, July 4 (RIA Novosti) - Egypt's military shut down several TV stations, including one operated by the Muslim Brotherhood, after President Mohamed Morsi was overthrown by the army, media reported Thursday.
Breaking its recent silence over events in Cairo, the Obama administration released a statement reiterating that the US was “not aligned with, and does not support, any particular Egyptian political party or group”
A senior member of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood has rejected the appointment of prominent opposition figure, Mohamed ElBaradei, as Egypt™s new prime minister.“We reject this coup and all that results from it, including ElBaradei,”
SEOUL: North Korea on Wednesday restored its hotline with South Korea and announced it would let the South’s businessmen visit a shuttered joint industrial zone, Seoul officials said.
eijing has sent more officials from ministries and state-owned enterprises to provinces during the latest leadership reshuffle, amid fears it may lose control of local governments, observers said.Political analysts said the Beijing was tightening control of provincial governments.
"Who is the guilty one? A young man who denounces war or the U.S. which launches bombs and arms the terrorist Syrian opposition against the legitimate President Bashar al-Assad?" "Who is the terrorist? Who is the global delinquent?"
The Egyptian upheaval gives a sense of what is to come: the entry of hundreds of millions of workers and oppressed people into revolutionary struggles that will dwarf the revolutions of earlier periods.
The coup is proceeding with Washington’s full support. The Obama administration has even cynically sought to avoid admitting that what is taking place in Egypt is a coup, as this would legally bar Washington from paying its yearly $1.3 billion subsidy to the Egyptian army.
Police on Saturday fired volleys of tear gas at protesters gathered at the city's landmark Taksim Square who were trying to enter the nearby Gezi Park, which has been cordoned off.
"It is really important for Israel to keep Egypt as its friend and to maintain a peaceful border," Israeli Internal Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovich said on Saturday.
Under the deal, Tehran and Beijing will work together closely in fighting organized crime, transnational crimes, narcotics, gunrunning, human trafficking, and money laundering, the Iranian minister noted.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has offered to grant “humanitarian asylum” to US whistleblower Edward Snowden.
“Israel discovered a new gas field that is about 4 kilometers from the Lebanese [maritime] border and theoretically this means that Israel now has the possibility to reach Lebanese oil and this is a new and dangerous development,
The United States remains silent about the ongoing chaos in Egypt, ignoring clashes between opponents and supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.The administration of President Barack Obama did not issue any statement on Friday.
Three jurisdictions in California are considering a plan to use eminent domain to acquire underwater mortgages and keep people in their homes. A court fight over eminent domain powers is expected if any jurisdiction goes ahead with the plan.Investors in the current mortgages say the plan is a bad idea.
Crowds across the U.S. gathered Thursday to protest the federal government’s surveillance of the American public as part of pro-Forth Amendment rallies, chanting “NSA go away!”
Snowden exposed the fact that India is the fifth most heavily, NSA-monitored countries in the world. Public outrage in India over the revelations.India is one of the 20 countries from which, Snowden, currently trapped in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, has sought asylum.
Snowden would be denied asylum and a residence permit. He would also not be permitted to stay in Germany even for a limited period of time. He may be a hero in the pursuit of liberty. That does not protect him from the legal consequences.”
“The action of the French, Spanish and Portuguese authorities can hardly be viewed as a friendly step toward Bolivia or Russia,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a Thursday statement.
Egypt's army chief has ousted President Mohamed Morsi and dissolved the country's constitution in a move aimed at resolving the country’s debilitating political crisis.
Egypt must make a landmark decision and establish a genuinely independent national bank in an open rejection of the International Monetary Fund, which was to blame for putting Egypt into permanent debt and pushing the country deeper into poverty.
“The United States is pushing the Korean peninsula to the brink of war,” Foreign Minister Pak Eui-chun said in a speech to Asian foreign ministers. “For Washington to accuse us of provocations is nonsense.” North Korea is willing to hold direct talks with the United States,
Ecuadorian Foreign Minister said that the hidden listening device was found during a regular security check by the Ecuadorian intelligence. he hoped relevant countries or organisations could offer a reasonable explanation for the hidden listening device.
Territorial control over Canada has been part of Washington’s geopolitical and military agenda since the 1860s,In 1867, Canada became a nation, a federation, under the British North America Act, in response to the threat of annexation by the United States.
WikiLeaks announced in a press release Wednesday that MasterCardInternational has reversed its decision to not process paymentsfor WikiLeaks, and that customers can once again contribute tothe site’s operations.
President Mohamed Morsi has been stripped of his power by the Egyptian army, General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said in a statement. The country's chief justice will be the interim president of the country.The country's constitution has also been suspended.
A Turkish Court has cancelled plans to redevelop Taksim Square, according to court ruling from early June obtained by Reuters. The authorities planned to turn the park into a monument to the Ottoman Empire, which sparked mass protests last month.
A military coup is underway in Egypt, according to Mohamed Morsi's national security adviser and a Muslim Brotherhood spokesperson.Egyptian troops, including commandos, are deploying at key sites and intersections throughout Egypt
France wants to delay the ‘biggest bilateral trade deal in history' by 2 weeks after learning the USA was allegedly tracking economic communications of EU member states.
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi vowed to stay in power and defend constitutional legitimacy.An opposition spokesman called Mursi's defiance "an open call for civil war". Peaceful protests would go on, he said.
Bolivian officials say their country's presidential plane had to land in Austria after false rumors that former Edward Snowden was aboard the aircraft.Portuguese authorities wouldn't let President Morales' plane land for refueling in Lisbon, French authorities wouldn't let the plane enter their airspace
The program specifically targets whistle-blowers wishing to expose corruption and illegal practices by government agencies, equates media leaks with espionage, and like a page out of George Orwell’s 1984, mandates that government employees spy and snitch on each other or risk being criminally charged!
Bolivia would consider any request favourably.President Nicolas Maduro said Caracas was also ready to consider Snowden's asylum should he ask for it.
Ecuador is not considering Edward Snowden's asylum request and never intended to facilitate his flight from Hong Kong, president Rafael Correa said, as the whistleblower made a personal plea to Quito for his case to be heard.
"The joint drill conducted by the two militaries of China and Russia do not target any third parties. Their aim is to deepen co-operation between the two militaries in the training field, boost capacity in co-ordinating military activities, and serve the purpose of safeguarding regional security and stability,"
Edward Snowden has withdrawn his request for political asylum from Russia, the Kremlin said on Tuesday, further adding to the uncertainty over the US whistleblower's future.Poland,Finland refuse asylum.
Requests for asylum addressed to embassy officials of the following countries: Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, China, Cuba, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, India, Italy, Ireland, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and Venezuela.
He also called on US officials to push much more urgently to draw in China, Russia and other regional powers to reach some kind of peaceful end to the Syrian crisis.
“Indian Embassy in Moscow did receive a request for asylum in a communication dated 30 June from Mr Edward Snowden,” Syed Akbaruddin, a spokesman for India’s foreign ministry,
Ecuador is not considering Edward Snowden’s asylum request and never intended to facilitate his flight from Hong Kong,Snowden was Russia’s responsibility and would have to reach Ecuadorean territory before the country would consider any asylum request,
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