Egyptian President-elect to Appoint Woman, Christian Vice-Presidents

Egyptian President-elect to Appoint Woman, Christian Vice-Presidents

Posted in: Featured, World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 27th 2012 | no comments

Egyptian president-elect Mohamed Morsi on Tuesday announced that he would nominate six vice-presidents, including a woman and a Christian, in a bid to keep his word to be a president to all Egyptian. The move is also perceived as a step toward ending the reign of the military, which is [...]

The Success of the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival: A Glimpse at its History

Posted in: Entertainment by adimoga | February 28th 2013 | no comments

The Success of the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival: A Glimpse at its History The 63rd Berlin International Film Festival was a huge success. Known as the first major European film festival of the year, Berlinale made Berlin the center of the film industry last Feb.7-17, 2013. It was attended by international stars, filmmakers, and enthusiastic fans worldwide. The event sold more than 300,000 tickets, according to HollywoodReporter.com. This figure is said to [...]

Adobe Certification Exams for Photoshop CS6

Posted in: Technology by Theo Grigore | January 17th 2013 | no comments

Adobe Certification Exams for Photoshop CS6 Photographers and print designers have the opportunity to validate their position specific skills and their product knowledge expertise by completing the Adobe Photoshop CS6 certification exam (ACE: Photoshop CS6). Specifically, this exam measures the test takers knowledge of image manipulation using Photoshop CS6. There are 55 questions on the exam and a passing score constitutes 60 [...]

What is Vodafone offering?

Posted in: Technology by adimoga | July 25th 2012 | no comments

What is Vodafone offering? Vodafone have long been seen as a respectable and welcome addition to the major league of mobile phone networks. It's own particular style and strategy have earned it a reputation as a dependable and bold network; one that allows it's customers to shape their service to their own needs. In the last twelve months Vodafone have sunk millions of pounds into upgrading their network, and [...]

Gunmen Attack Syrian Pro-Gov’tal TV Channel, 7 Die

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 27th 2012 | no comments

Gunmen Attack Syrian Pro-Gov’tal TV Channel, 7 Die The U.N.-Arab League special envoy Kofi Annan is expected to convene a high-level meeting on Syria in Geneva on Saturday at a time when the level of violence in Syria is said to have surpassed the intensity before the six-point ceasefire plan proposed by him went into effect in [...]

Turkey PM Warns Syria Against Future Border Incidents

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 26th 2012 | no comments

Turkey PM Warns Syria Against Future Border Incidents Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday warned Syria against any aggressive activity at the long common border, alluding that Turkey will retaliate at any perceived provocative action against it, following an incident last Friday, when a Turkish air jet was shot down [...]

Greek PM Proposes New Finance Minister

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 26th 2012 | no comments

Greek PM Proposes New Finance Minister New Greek government is already looking for a new finance minister days after the rest of the government was sworn in as incumbent finance minister Vassilios Rapanos filed his resignation on Monday, and was let to go by the prime minister Antonis Samaras. Vassilios Rapanos is the [...]

Tax Evasion Case Against Yulia Tymoshenko Adjourned

Posted in: Featured, World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 26th 2012 | no comments

Tax Evasion Case Against Yulia Tymoshenko Adjourned Ukrainian former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko on Monday did not appear in court, where she is to answer to charges of evading taxes 15 years ago, motivating that she was not in a health condition that would allow her to stand on trial. Yulia Tymoshenko is already serving a [...]

NATO Council To Hold Talks Over the Downing of Turkish Jet By Syria

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 25th 2012 | no comments

NATO Council To Hold Talks Over the Downing of Turkish Jet By Syria NATO on Monday announced that it would hold emergency talks on Tuesday over the downing of a Turkish plane by the Syrian anti-aerial batteries over the weekend but a decision on the matter is not expected to be made in the sense of a military intervention in retaliation against [...]

Tunisian President Says Libyan Ex-PM’s Extradition “Illegal”

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 25th 2012 | no comments

Tunisian President Says Libyan Ex-PM’s Extradition “Illegal” The president of Tunisia, Moncef Marzouki, on Monday called the extradition of the former Libyan Prime Minister al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi by his country “illegal,” contending that the former Libyan official, the first to b extradited and appear in a trial in his country, was [...]

Mohammed Morsi Wins Egyptian Presidency

Posted in: Featured, World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 25th 2012 | no comments

Mohammed Morsi Wins Egyptian Presidency Egyptian president-elect Mohammed Morsi on Monday said in an interview published by the semi-official Iranian news agency Fars that his country will work toward closing ties with Iran, while preserving its international obligations, a promise The Jerusalem Post considers a reference to [...]

Turkey Promises To Retaliate After Syria Shoots Down Turkish Military Jet

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 23rd 2012 | no comments

Turkey Promises To Retaliate After Syria Shoots Down Turkish Military Jet Turkey promised to offer Syria a “necessary” response after Syrian forces downed one of its military jets in the Mediterranean, near the sea border, the president of Turkey Abdullah Gul promised on Saturday. It was not clear to which sort of response Gul was referring, though he [...]

Paraguay’s President Impeached By Senate Resigns

Posted in: Featured, World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 23rd 2012 | no comments

Paraguay’s President Impeached By Senate Resigns The President of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo, on Saturday announced that he would step aside from office after the Senate of the country impeached him by a swift impeachment trial on Friday. Lugo, former leftist priest, said he deemed his removal from office as a blow to democracy in his [...]

Norwegian Prosecution Calls For Breivik To Be Declared Insane

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 21st 2012 | no comments

Norwegian Prosecution Calls For Breivik To Be Declared Insane Prosecution in Norway on Thursday demanded in their closing argument at the trail that Anders Behring Breivik be considered insane, prompting prosecutor Svein Holden to say that Breivik should be placed in psychiatric care, not in prison, though the reports about his health condition are [...]

Greek PM Antonis Samaras Sworn In, Cabinet To Be Announced Soon

Posted in: Featured, World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 21st 2012 | no comments

Greek PM Antonis Samaras Sworn In, Cabinet To Be Announced Soon Greece has a new government as the leaders of the New Democracy, PASOK, and smaller Democratic Left agreed to support in the parliament a coalition capable of taking the country out of the crisis it is in. The new prime minister sworn in on Wednesday is New Democracy [...]

Russia Denies Carrying Helicopters to Syria

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 20th 2012 | no comments

Russia Denies Carrying Helicopters to Syria The owners of the Russian cargo ship whose insurance coverage was revoked by the British authorities and was returned from the waters of Scotland denied accusations that it was involved in illegal activities of carrying helicopters to Syria, as the media reports were announcing on [...]

Greek Parties Ready To Form Pro-Bailout Coalition

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 20th 2012 | no comments

Greek Parties Ready To Form Pro-Bailout Coalition The Greek centre-left parties on Wednesday agreed to back the New Democracy party in its effort to form a new government but are reluctant to placing their political leaders in governmental offices, as the new government is expected to face a bitter struggle to bring economy to a normal [...]

Julian Assange Seeks Political Asylum In Ecuador

Posted in: Featured, World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 20th 2012 | no comments

Julian Assange Seeks Political Asylum In Ecuador The founder of the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, on Wednesday demanded political asylum at the embassy of Ecuador in London, days after the UK Supreme Court dismissed his appeal to reopen the case and avert extradition to Sweden. Assange fears that an [...]

Supreme Court Disqualifies Prime Minister of Pakistan, Orders Him to Leave Office

Posted in: World News by Mihai-Silviu Chirila | June 19th 2012 | no comments

Supreme Court Disqualifies Prime Minister of Pakistan, Orders Him to Leave Office Supreme Court in Pakistan on Tuesday demanded that prime minister Yusaf Raza Gilani be “disqualified” as prime minister and removed from office, following a case of contempt of court earlier this year as he refused to revive a case of corruption against incumbent president Asif [...]



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