Noticias

Irán entrega 1 millón de barriles de petróleo a Siria con graves problemas de combustible desafiando las sanciones de EEUU

13 Mayo 2019
Irán
Siria
Fuente: 
NEWS FRONT
En un momento en que el Golfo Pérsico se está calentando debido a las mayores tensiones y el intercambio de amenazas en los años entre Estados Unidos e Irán, Teherán está ejecutando la estrategia de alto riesgo de reiniciar sus transferencias de crudo a Siria.
 

¿Qué le espera a los niños, hijos de los miembros del Estado Islámico?

13 Mayo 2019
Siria
Fuente: 
LA FM.
Los abuelos de dos niños bloqueados con su madre yihadista francesa en un campamento en Siria presentaron el lunes una demanda contra Francia en la corte de derechos humanos más importante de Europa, por negarse a permitirles volver a casa, dijeron sus abogados.
 
Este es el último caso que se presenta contra el gobierno francés por oponerse a devolver al país a los hijos de presuntos yihadistas en Siria o Irak.
 

Arabia Saudita denuncia ataque contra sus buques petroleros

13 Mayo 2019
Arabia Saudí
Fuente: 
VÉRTIGO Político
El ministerio saudita de Energía denunció hoy que dos de sus buques petroleros fueron atacados frente a las costa de Emiratos Árabes Unidos (EAU), al sur del reino, sin generar daños a personas, ni derrame de crudo.
 
Empero, la agencia iraní de noticias Mehr citando a la televisora libanesa Al-Mayadeen, señaló que se trató de una serie de explosiones ocurridas la víspera en el puerto emiratí de Fujairah, donde fueron vistos aviones militares estadunidenses y franceses.
 

Un millón de palestinos en Gaza al borde de quedarse sin alimentos

13 Mayo 2019
Palestina
Fuente: 
Prensa Latina
La mitad de la población de la Franja de Gaza, más de un millón de palestinos, pueden quedarse sin alimentos a partir del mes próximo, según reportes difundidos hoy en la ONU.
 
De acuerdo con un informe de la Agencia de Naciones Unidas para los Refugiados Palestinos (Unrwa), es necesario recaudar al menos 60 millones de dólares antes de junio para seguir proporcionado alimentos a más de un millón de personas que dependen de ese tipo de ayudas.
 

Sudanese renew talks with army, call for new protests

13 Mayo 2019
Sudán
Fuente: 
STARS AND STRIPES
Sudanese protesters resumed negotiations with the army on Monday while calling for renewed demonstrations to press the generals to hand over power to a civilian government.
 
The military removed President Omar al-Bashir from power in April after four months of mass protests, but the demonstrators have remained in the streets, demanding the dismantling of his regime. In recent weeks they have threatened a general strike and civil disobedience.
 

Tehran University Students Protest Against The Compulsory Veil

13 Mayo 2019
Irán
Fuente: 
Women committee NCRI
Hundreds of students of Tehran University held a major protest on Monday morning, May 13, 2019, against renewed efforts to enforce strict compulsory veiling rules on female students.
 
Female students of Tehran University extensively and actively participated.
 
Students gathered on campus and chanted, “Students die, but will never succumb (to oppression).” Students carried placards which read, “Freedom of choice is our inalienable right.”
 

Argelinos piden dimisión de presidente interino Abdelkader Bensalah

11 Mayo 2019
Argelia
Fuente: 
telesur
Este viernes se registraron manifestaciones en varias ciudades como Argel, Orán y Constantina. 
Miles de argelinos pidieron este 10 de mayo la dimisión del presidente interino, Abdelkader Bensalah, en el duodécimo viernes de manifestaciones consecutivas desde el pasado 22 de febrero contra el sistema político.
 

UE enviará observadores para presidenciales en Mauritania de junio próximo

10 Mayo 2019
Mauritania
Fuente: 
LA VANGUARDIA
La Unión Europea (UE) enviará una misión de observación a las elecciones presidenciales de Mauritania del próximo 22 de junio, anunció anoche el embajador de la delegación de la UE en ese país, Giacomo Durazzo
 
La intención de la UE fue expresada por Durazzo durante una ceremonia de ruptura del ayuno de ramadán organizada por la legación europea anoche con motivo del Día de Europa.
 

Algerians continue to protest on 1st Friday of Ramadan. Demonstrators press demand for departure of all Bouteflika-era officials

10 Mayo 2019
Argelia
Fuente: 
AA

Algerians staged demonstrations in capital Algiers on the first Friday of the Ramadan fasting month to reiterate their demand for the immediate departure of all government officials linked to the regime of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

The 82-year-old Bouteflika stepped down early last month following weeks of popular protest against his 20-year rule.

The army is now overseeing a 90-day transitional period, and has promised to hold presidential elections sometime in July.

Indonesia election tainted, opposition marchers say, but government warns against treason

10 Mayo 2019
Indonesia
Fuente: 
Channel News Asia

Hundreds of supporters of an opposition presidential candidate marched in Indonesia on Friday (May 10) to protest against what they called election fraud, as the government warned that efforts to cast doubt on the outcome could amount to treason.

The protesters, spurred by unofficial results of last month's election showing that Prabowo Subianto lost to incumbent President Joko Widodo, called for fairness and vigilance in the vote counting process.

Sudan protesters press demands on 1st Friday of Ramadan Demonstrators in Khartoum reiterate calls for ‘freedom, justice and government chosen by the people’

10 Mayo 2019
Sudán
Fuente: 
AA

Thousands of protesters continued to stage demonstrations on the first Friday of Ramadan outside army headquarters in Khartoum to demand that Sudan’s ruling Military Transitional Council (MTC) hand over power to a civilian authority.

In a Friday sermon delivered near the protest, Abdul-Rahman Hassan, a prominent preacher, urged the MTC to prosecute figures close to ousted President Omar al-Bashir for their alleged role in violence against protesters.

As Lebanon leaders talk austerity, protesters cry ‘thieves!’

10 Mayo 2019
Líbano
Fuente: 
HERALD LEADER

Dozens of Lebanese military and security veterans burned tires and shouted angrily outside government offices on Friday, their second protest in less than two weeks amid fears a proposed austerity budget may affect their pensions and benefits.

The protesters gathered in downtown Beirut as ministers met to discuss a budget bill that aims to cut public spending and tackle a national debt that stands at more than 150% of GDP. They denounced leaked reports of cuts to their pensions, calling on the government to address corruption instead.

Algerians Condemn Military Interference in Crisis on 12th Friday of Protests

10 Mayo 2019
Argelia
Fuente: 
MOROCCO WORLD NEWS

Protesters in Algeria are again rallying against the government and the interference of the military in the ongoing crisis two months ahead of planned general elections.

May 10 marks the 12th week of protests that have swept Algeria since February 22, and called for a radical change in government and the resignation of elites from the era of former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

The protesters are raising new slogans against the army, which heaps considerable influence in Algerian politics.

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