Daily Archives: 27 mayo, 2014

U.S. troops remain in Afghanistan after 2014


Although it had been said that 2014 was the deadline for the withdrawal of troops, Obama said the Afghan territory to remain in missions to protect the embassy in Kabul, the country’s security will be left to national authorities.

China accuses U.S. spy unrestricted Sites


For Chinese authorities, the United States is taking advantage of its political, economic, military and technological to spy without any restrictions to other countries, including allies hegemony.

Maduro submit progress on Peace Conference


The head of state noted that Venezuelans will present the points the opposition has materialized after resume talks frozen despite repeated dialogues and interventionist statements by U.S. officials.

Salvadoran ask declare Day “Disappearance”


The lawyer for the families of the missing, Ovidio Mauritius, said Wednesday the request to Congress for discussion Salvadoran date to honor those who are still missing from the civil war that lasted 12 years in the country will be.

Argentina was filed with the U.S. Court against vulture funds


The Argentine government has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the lower court decisions that established the priority of payment in full to run operations vulture funds. For the June 12 verdict is expected.

Albiceleste continued training and subjected to surprise drug test


With the arrival of José Sosa, midfielder of Atletico Madrid, the Argentina held on Tuesday its second day of training behind closed doors to 16 days before the start of the World Cup Brazil 2014. Selection underwent a doping not announced by FIFA .

GLONASS Russian positioning system, could replace the GPS


Member States of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) bloc could renounce the use of GPS to adopt GLONASS (Russian global positioning system) in their territories. This would increase the competitiveness of the system.

Snowden wants to testify about the NSA spying in Germany


Speaking to the magazine Stern, Edward Snowden said that the German Federal Intelligence Service, used similar to the National Security Agency of the United States (NSA, for its acronym in English) methods in terms of mass capture of information.

Venezuela Symphony Orchestra is committed to the promotion of values


With a firm commitment to promote values ​​in the population, the Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela (OSV), artistic and cultural heritage of this country will go from June a campaign called “Building on Positive”.

India and Pakistan resume peace talks


Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced that the foreign ministers representing the country and India will soon meet to discuss peace and seek solutions to age-old conflict in the disputed Kashmir region.