The EU Endorses For The Destruction Of The Human Smuggler Ship

The Foreign Ministers of the European Union support the Navy’s operation plan to stop human smuggling coming from Libya. The EU statement was released to coincide with the commemoration of the associated possibility of NATO members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) that participated in the groups of immigrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea. This operation will be held from June and will involve a number of warships and reconnaissance aircraft off the coast of Libya, the center of the wave of immigrants that flooded the southern shores…

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Melbourne Court Forbid The Police Kept The Beard

The Court of appeal Melbourne, Australia, confirmed the provisions prohibiting police officers of the State of Victoria to keep the beard. Earlier, in January 2012, Victoria Police forbid the police maintain beards or long hair. However, the rule was sued by 16 the police to court. In these rules, the police established that the men are only allowed to keep the mustache, “but must be neat” 😛 . The Plaintiffs contend that the ban is unfair for various reasons, including the potential to “reduce the attractiveness as a man”. In…

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Italy Mamma Mia: Among The Mafia, Pizza and Milan

AC Milan President, Silvio Berlusconi, claimed that his team also contribute greatly to the view of the Asian people to Italy. According to the former Prime Minister of Italy, the Italy in the eyes of Asia is now synonymous with three things, namely the mafia, pizza, and Milan. On that base, Berlusconi felt commonplace if the Club offered a number of Asian investors. After the Bee Taechauol or better known as Mr. Bee, President of the China, Xi Jinping I lover list adds to the Rossoneri. “Some of these offers…

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Gulf Leaders Reject The Obama Invitation

The King of Saudi Arabia Salam bin Abdulaziz who refused the invitation of President Barack Obama to attend a summit held at Camp David, followed most of the leaders of the countries of the Gulf. The absence of the leaders of the countries of the Gulf have certainly would disrupt talks aimed at strengthening us relations with its allies in the Arabian peninsula. This also shows the disappointment of rejection of the leaders of the six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) with the way Washington deals with Iran…

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The Internet Will Be Stuck Within Five Years

The world of the internet is threatened jammed caused by the capacity of optical fiber cable infrastructure is the backbone of a global network that will not be able to offset the new large-sized content they consume. Moreover, later voracious bandwidth services streaming video more vibrant range of use. Optical fiber cable is theoretically capable of handling data transmission of 100 terabit per second or equivalent to 250 pieces of the Blu-ray disc. Despite the large capacity of this impressed is estimated to have been inadequate in just the next…

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Hyon Yong Chol Shot Dead By Surface-to-air Missiles

North Korea’s Defense Minister reportedly executed by shot using surface-to-air missiles as the rewards due to falling asleep in an official ceremony attended by the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un. Hyon Yong Chol (66) were charged with committing treason after showing “disrespect” to Kim Jong Un in a military ceremony. The news was conveyed to South Korea intelligence service (NIS) to the politicians in a meeting in the Parliament. The NIS says, Yong Hyon Chol against execution witnessed by hundreds of high military officials in late April. The execution of…

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TNI Defends Commander Displaced Rohingya Boat In Indonesia, Willing To Give A Help

TNI Commander General Moeldoko says, the Government will not allow the territory of Indonesia had entered the ships displaced Rohingya. According to him, humanitarian assistance continued to be given to refugees who fled from Myanmar, but still prohibit their entry let alone pulled over on the Mainland Indonesia. “To the Rohingya, they travels along the Strait of Malacca, if they is no trouble at sea, then it must be assisted. If there’s any hard water or our food aid, because it is linked to human. But if they entered our…

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The UN Asked Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand Should Not Banish The Rohingya Immigrants Ship

The United Nations calls upon Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand not to oust the carrier ships and immigrants should do something to save them. The United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said attention should be paid to save the lives of approximately 6,000 immigrants estimated to be still at sea. The United Nations says they are of ethnic Rohingya in Myanmar and Bangladesh. “I was surprised by the reports that Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia restore boats full of illegal immigrants into the sea, which in the end will…

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