Daily Archives: 21 mayo, 2014

Greece: the fifth country with less job opportunity


A report by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), revealed that Greece faces a major labor crisis in its history. According to research, workers are subjected to long hours and the number of unemployed rises with frequently.

Ecuador prepares preventive actions against climate phenomenon “El Niño”


Recent climatological studies reveal abnormalities in terms of temperature stability in that nation; that the chances of the country affected by heavy rainfall is over 50 percent.

IAEA and Iran’s nuclear program strengthens cooperation agreements with new


According to the nuclear agency of the United Nations Organization (UN), the agreements shall enter into force on 26 August. One report is based on how construction progresses heavy water reactor being built in Arak.

Ten swimmers will represent Venezuela in Puerto Rico


The delegation consists of ten swimmers will represent Venezuela in the first International Open Mayagüez, sporting event to be held in Puerto Rico for the next 23 to 25 May. The athletes will coach Alfredo Bracho; with the technical assistance of Ivan Perez.

Shocking: Terrestrial organisms could survive on Mars


The study by researchers at the University of Arkansas, United States, suggests that methanogenic organisms called archaea, which is one of the oldest in the world, could survive on the Red Planet.

Jacob Zuma was formally ratified as President of South Africa


Several officials of the new government were sworn in despite attempts of opposition parliamentarians to avoid the process with arguments disassembled by Interior Minister Naledi Pandor.

Chilean government will assess measures to address water shortage


The Government of Chile will assess measures to address the problems of water scarcity, on the basis of proposals to be submitted in June a presidential delegate. In addition, he said the proposal to recognize water as a national asset for public use in its various states.

U.S. Report drone attacks on censorship will


The White House decided to bring to light the document and did not appeal the ruling of a federal court ordered his release in April, following a request from the media attached to freedom of information. But, will not be published until the government eliminates confidential fragments.

U.S. mobilized 80 soldiers southwest of Nigeria for kidnapping teen


President Barack Obama said that the soldiers will support the operations of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance flights for search missions of the 276 girls abducted by Boko Haram, on the north of the country and neighboring regions.

Mercosur public defenders promote social justice approach


During the spring session of 2014 to be held in the Uruguayan capital, public defenders of the Southern Common Market (Mercosur), will present concrete proposals to ensure access to justice in Latin America and the Caribbean.