Daily Archives: 24 mayo, 2014

80% abstention in Colombian elections from abroad


Colombian legislation contemplated that elections must be outside for a week, this time, began on Monday and ends on Sunday 25 May.

Maduro thanked UNASUR back to dialogue and peace in Venezuela


The president denied that the U.S. government interferes in the dialogues promoted with the opposition; therefore calls on Obama to listen to South America.

“Winter Sleep” wins the Palme d’Or at Cannes


Although the creator had never been crowned with a Golden Palm, Cannes has applauded Ceylan since its inception in 2003, attributing his film “Uzak” with the Grand Prize, the most coveted prize after the Palme d’

Zuma promises radical economic transformation of South Africa

South African President Jacob Zuma takes his oath of office during his inauguration ceremony at the Union Buildings in Pretoria

Zuma, who was re-elected this May 7 with 62.15 percent of the vote, was sworn in on Saturday in his second term and promised to make radical changes to fight poverty and inequality.

U.S. scientists create a “Terminator” bionic


According to scientists, if they choose correctly the size and composition of particles bionic enzymes, these are potentially capable of replicating itself.

Correa announces draft indefinite reelection in Ecuador


The officer asked the Assembly to amend the Constitution for indefinite reelection elected office. He also stated that national and international right was prepared as a soft hit that Venezuela live.

“Amanda”, the first hurricane of the Pacific season


On the morning of Saturday the phenomenon was at 35 thousand kilometers (645 miles) of the Mexican port of Manzanillo, in Colima state, northwest of the country. This season is expected at least 14 cyclones.

Putin says it will respect election results in Ukraine


The three officers “asked, moreover, continued national dialogue begun in Ukraine with support of the OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe).”

Argentine Film “Cockaigne” awarded prize in Cannes Review


This is the fifth feature by Argentine filmmaker Lisandro Alonso, 38. The film is set in the nineteenth century at the time of the conquest of the desert and the extermination of the Indians.

Tense calm in Ukraine to election day

An election commission official carries a voting box at the poling station in Kiev

In Lugansk and Donetsk, two Ukrainian regions recently proclaimed their independence of Ukraine did not participate in the presidential election this Sunday. The country breathed a tense calm while some citizens believe that the conflict will not be solved.