Trump e il nuovo round tv: 'niente attacchi a Clinton

Quale Donald Trump si presenterà domenica sera alla Washington University di St. Louis per il secondo dibattito televisivo con Hillary Clinton' Se lo domandano i notisti politici statunitensi che, visto il mezzo flop del candidato repubblicano nel primo dibattito del 26 settembre, si attendono ora da lui un cambio di ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

Migrante investita da tir: voleva andare in Francia

Ventimiglia - Si è spezzato, poco prima delle 18.30, il sogno di raggiungere la Francia da parte di una diciassettenne eritrea che è stata investita e uccisa da un tir al chilometro 158 dell'Autostrada dei Fiori, mentre percorreva a piedi un tratto in galleria, subito dopo la Barriera autostradale di ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

La Bosnia accusa la Iena Pelazza: Falso servizio sul traffico d'armi

Comprare armi in Bosnia non potrebbe essere più facile, o almeno, questo è quanto appare nel reportage dell'inviato delle Iene, Luigi Pelazza, che si è finto un compratore di armi ed è entrato in contatto, a Sarajevo, con alcuni trafficanti di armi da guerra.In poche ore Pelazza ha potuto toccare ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

Colpi bassi e battute polemiche. Scontro di fuoco Boschi-Salvini

Lo scontro era nell'aria e scontro è stato. Davanti alle telecamere di Otto e mezzo Matteo Salvini e Maria Elena Boschi non hanno risparmiato colpi bassi e battute polemiche. A dare fuoco alle polveri è stato il leader della Lega che ha esordito chiedendo al ministro delle Riforme - nonostante ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

Brexit, governo licenzia i consulenti stranieri

Ad alcuni eminenti accademici stranieri della London School of Economics che hanno finora svolto un ruolo di consulenti per il governo britannico è stato notificato che d'ora in poi il loro contributo di analisi sulle questioni relative alla Brexit non è più richiesto, poiché non sono cittadini britannici. Lo scrive ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

L'accusa degli Usa alla Russia: Mosca dietro attacchi hacker

L'amministrazione Obama ha formalmente accusato il governo russo di essere dietro gli attacchi degli hacker che hanno colpito le organizzazioni politiche americane - in particolare il partito democratico e i sistemi elettorali di diversi Stati dell'Unione - in vista delle presidenziali dell'8 novembre sostenendo che il loro obiettivo è "interferire ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

Haiti, oltre 840 morti. Matthew punta alla Florida

Il numero dei morti per l'uragano Matthew ad Haiti è salito a 842, mentre le persone rimaste senza casa sono decine di migliaia e gran parte dei campi coltivati è stata distrutta. Decine le persone disperse, hanno fatto sapere le autorità locali. Circa 61.500 persone sono ospitate in rifugi, secondo ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

AFRICA/DR CONGO - Need to separate presidential, legislative and local elections to overcome the crisis

Kinshasa - The President of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Joseph Kabila, confirmed on October 4 the postponement of the presidential elections which were to be held before 19 December, the expiry date of his second term. Previously the Independent Electoral Commission announced that the elections would be postponed to ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

AFRICA/CENTRAL AFRICA - "Fighting at km5 after the killing of a military commander" report Fides sources

Bangui - A Central African army chief, Marcel Mombeka, was killed yesterday morning near km5, the Muslim area of the Central African Republic capital, Bangui. During the ambush the military’s 14-year-old son was injured."The dynamics of the murder seems to be that of a settling of scores and not a ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

AMERICA/ARGENTINA - A priest committed to combating drug trafficking found dead

Tucuman - "The Bishops' Conference of Argentina expresses its sorrow and dismay at the death of father Juan Heraldo Viroche, pastor of the parish of Ntra. Sra. Del Valle de La Florida, in Tucuman. We join the request of the local Archbishop to clarify what happened as soon as possible ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

ASIA/INDONESIA - The cross made by a Muslim craftsman is the symbol of the Indonesian Youth Day

Manado - The cross was the symbol of the Indonesian Youth Day , which ends today in Manado. As Fides learns, the cross, made of bamboo and rattan, was built by a Muslim craftsman: the work is, itself, a sign of that "unity in diversity" and harmony among different religions ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

AMERICA/HAITI - Death and destruction, more than 14,000 people displaced because of the hurricane Matthew

Port au Prince – On Tuesday, October 4, hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti with winds of more than 220 kilometers per hour, sowing desolation and death. The poorest and most vulnerable country in the Americas is still recovering from the devastation wrought by the 2010 earthquake. The torrential rains caused ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

AFRICA/SUDAN - The number of deaths due to diarrheal diseases

Khartoum - The death toll of the recent outbreak of diarrheal diseases in Sudan continues to increase and medical facilities have difficulties in keeping the situation under control. The most vulnerable sectors of the population are children, young and old people. In Khartoum, the Sudanese Minister of Health has confirmed ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

VATICAN - The path opens towards the beatification of Cardinal Celso Costantini

Vatican City – The Bishops of the Triveneto Episcopal Conference "expressed an opinion in favor of initiating the cause of beatification of Cardinal Celso Costantini , a figure of great missionary and pastoral charity zeal as well as evangelizer of China, a native of the diocese of Concordia - Pordenone". ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

ASIA/TURKEY - Turkish Presidency of Religious Affairs: Gulen took advantage of interfaith dialogue to build his "sinister plots"

Ankara - In the persisting campaign carried out by the Turkish apparatus against the network headed by Fetullah Gulen even the Second Vatican Council and openness to dialogue with the communities and religious traditions that the Catholic Church sanctioned in that Council, are dragged in.The Presidency of Religious Affairs of ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

AFRICA/GUINEA - Illegal migration is bad, yes to legal migration but the key is the development of Africa

Conakry - Africa questions the tragedy of irregular migration which sees many young people often lose their lives in the mirage of a better life in Europe. In Conakry, the capital of the Republic of Guinea, some local NGOs organized a conference on "Youth and illegal migration in Africa, trends, ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

AFRICA/CONGO - Guerrilla in the south of Congo resumes: 23 dead

Brazzaville - 23 people were killed in the attacks committed in late September in the Republic of Congo by former members of the Ninjas Nsiloulou rebel group. This was announced by the Minister of Justice of Brazzaville, Pierre Mabiala.According to the Minister the victims are four military policemen, two policemen ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

ASIA/INDIA - The PMS national Director: "We await the Pope as a messenger of peace"

Bangalore - "We await the Pope as a messenger of peace, while the nation is experiencing a period of crisis in Kashmir. It would be a blessing for the country": says to Fides Fr. Faustine Lobo, National Director of the Pontifical Mission Societies in India. Pope Francis, on the flight ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

AFRICA/EGYPT - The government prohibits Coptic demonstrations on the anniversary of "massacre of Maspero"

Cairo - The Egyptian Ministry of Internal Affairs denied the associations of young Copts permission to organize a demonstration on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the massacre known as the "massacre of Maspero". Permission to demonstrate - reported the official sources of the Ministry – was not granted ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

AMERICA/HAITI - Hurricane Matthew: 300 deaths in Haiti alone, the testimony of a missionary

Port au Prince - The situation in Haiti worsens after Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean has killed 283 people so far, according to the Haitian Ministry of Interior, but the figure is provisional and definitely set to rise because there are still completely isolated areas. The wind and rain destroyed ... Read More ...
Posted on: 10/08/16

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