Posts Tagged ‘NATO’

What’s behind NATO’s reaction to downed Turkish jet? – VOR

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 Comments off

Igor Siletsky

Although NATO is not considering military action over the shooting down of a Turkish fighter jet in Syria, what happened is unacceptable and deserves condemnation, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said after a NATO emergency meeting on Syria. His statement indicates NATO’s reluctance to use military force against Damascus. Read more…

Il Consiglio d’Europa: «Italia responsabile della morte di 63 migranti nel Mediterraneo»

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Comments off

Anche Spagna e Malta accusate di mancato soccorso all’imbarcazione partita dalla Libia nel marzo 2011

MILANO– L’Assemblea parlamentare del Consiglio d’Europa (Apce) ha approvato con 108 voti favorevoli su 151 il rapporto con cui si chiamano in causa Italia, Spagna e Malta, oltre che la Nato, per la morte di 63 migranti avvenuta nel Mediterraneo nel marzo del 2011. Nel votare il dossier l’assemblea ha rifiutato tutti gli emendamenti presentati dai Read more…

PACE blames NATO for refugee deaths

Tuesday, April 24, 2012 Comments off

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe blames NATO for the death of 1,500 Libyan refugees who tried to cross the Mediterranean in 2011. Read more…

NATO to stay away from Syria conflict

Thursday, April 19, 2012 Comments off

NATO will not interfere in the ongoing conflict in Syria, with Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen saying only that the alliance condemned the government crackdown on civilians and was keeping a close eye on the Read more…

Libya’s ‘non state’: Tribal war claims 50 lives

Thursday, March 29, 2012 Comments off

50 have been killed and dozens injured in Libya as tribal groups are fighting in the country’s south. After the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi, Libya is left in a condition which some residents call a ‘non state’. Read more…

Too many powers wanted Gaddafi dead – NTC head

Tuesday, March 27, 2012 Comments off

by RT

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was wanted dead so his secrets would die with him. So insists Mahmoud Jibril, the man who led the NTC uprising to overthrow Colonel Gaddafi’s regime, in an exclusive interview with RT. Read more…

Libya: an echo of seven-month war

Wednesday, March 21, 2012 Comments off

Igor Siletsky 

NATO is refusing to investigate cases of civilian deaths which occurred during the alliance’s last year’s operation in Libya. According to Amnesty International, over 50 people, most of whom were women and children, fell victim to NATO air raids. The alliance is not in a hurry to pay compensation to Read more…

Investigation demanded into Libyan deaths

Tuesday, March 20, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News  Mar. 20, 2012

According to the human rights organization Amnesty International they have documented 55 cases of civilian deaths as a result of Libya’s bombing of NATO during the war against the regime of Gaddafi. According to this organization, among the victims were 16 children and 14 women who died in the cities of Zliten, Madjer, Sirte and Brega. Read more…

Danger of civil war in Syria – Lavrov

Thursday, February 16, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News  Feb. 16, 2012
“The demand of a regime change is the direct way to even more deaths,” -Lavrov

The demand for the change of regime in Syria as a precondition for resolving the conflict in this country can lead to a civil war according to a statement made by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Read more…

Tortured freedom: Libya’s new rulers resort to old tactics – RT

Friday, January 27, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News Jan 27, 2012

Tripoli: A female inmate of the infamous Djeida prison. (AFP Photo / Marco Longari)

Despite the changes sweeping Libya, violence and bloodshed have not stopped. In shocking revelations, military and security forces stand accused of torturing detainees to death. Rights groups say Libya’s new rulers have not addressed the problem. Read more…