Turning on the right: the – bad – way for Johnson and Farage to surpass Cameron

After David Cameron’s words about Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants, other members of Conservative Party and UKIP followed the crowd. Among them, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, not less solicitous to collect constituency requests. Mr Cameron‘s plan has been made clear by BBC News. No more immediate housing and out-of-work benefits, and quadrupled fines for employers who … Continue reading

Libya: militias leave Tripoli, but in Benghazi clashes restart

After the successful effort to expel militias from Tripoli, other areas of Libya remain under siege. In Benghazi clashes and strikes have started against the presence of jihadist group Ansar al-Sharia. Fights between Army and jihadists led to the death of fourteen people. As reported by Magharebia, on 22nd November militias settled in Tripoli left the Libyan … Continue reading

US: A new strategy for soldiers settled in Afghanistan?

The long expedition in Afghanistan left a mark on US Army. It will end in 2014, but President Karzai asks for help, in order to avoid instability growing in the country. However, the US are likely to develop a new strategy, passing through Africa. Countdown is already a reality, especially in America. Somebody even developed … Continue reading

Birmingham: 10,000 documents to throw light on the bombing of 1974

As recently announced by the West Midlands Police Department, an archive of about 10,000 documents has been developed in the last 18 months in order to assure justice. A comprehensive digital filing system adopted in order to take a broader view of what happened on 21st November 1974. On 21st November 1974, BBC News spread the news … Continue reading

Albania refuses to destroy Syrian chemical weapons: who will take responsibility?

After facing strong protests, Prime Minister Edi Rama declared that he will not permit the destruction of chemical weapons to take place in Albania. An accountability issue that should not be underestimated by the international organizations arranging the operation. Which government will take the responsibility of bringing such dangerous items into its own country? Quite … Continue reading

After violence, Libyan president Zeidan sent his ultimatum

After militias opened fire on protesters in Tripoli, Libyan PM Alì Zeidan sent his ultimatum. Zeidan asked militiamen to leave the capital city, threatening them with a foreign intervention to assure security. In a pulverized scenario, Libyan Prime Minister is facing pressures by hundreds of militias and groups having control of entire regions. About a … Continue reading