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Syrian Kurds push deeper into IS militant group territory

DAMASCUS | Kurdish-led forces advanced on Monday deep into territory in Syria held by IS militant group, showing new momentum after they unexpectedly swiftly seized a border crossing from the militants last week.
The Kurds, aided by US-led air strikes and smaller Syrian rebel groups, have pushed to within 7km (4 miles) of Ain Issa, a town 50km (30 miles) north of IS's de facto capital Raqqa city, said Redur Xelil, spokesman for the Kurdish forces.

With ISIS smoking ban, cigarette smugglers risk life and limb

Beirut | It was a heart-racing moment. The cigarette smuggler was stuck in line at a checkpoint as, up ahead, Islamic State militants were searching cars. He was running a big risk: The militants have banned smoking and lighting up is punishable with a fine or broken finger. Selling cigarettes can be a death sentence.

Más de 20 mil colombianos residentes en la ciudad de Barcelona celebraron su fiesta de independencia
El Fórum de Barcelona reunión a miles de ecuatorianos que celebraron su fiesta nacional
Experimentos médicos de EEUU en Guatemala dejaron 83 muertos en década del 40
El cinco por ciento de los votantes dominicanos reside en el exterior

World Heritage Committee condemns destruction of Mali sites

NEW YORK |  The World Heritage Committee has condemned the destruction of sites in Mali – including in the fabled city of Timbuktu – and decided on measures to help the West African country protect its heritage, including the creation of a special fund to help it conserve its cultural heritage.

 

 

Syrians Work to Restore Services Amid War

Residents in northern Syria are trying to carry on with their lives despite a conflict that has killed thousands of people nationwide since March, 2011. Helping them are rebels from the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA), who are organizing ad hoc local governments in areas under their control and offering services and supplies. Paige Kollock reports for VOA from Azaz in northern Syria.  

S. Korea Rejects Int’l Mediation in Island Dispute with Japan

SOUTH KOREA |South Korea has dismissed a proposal by Japan to take a long-running dispute over a group of islands to the International Court of Justice.Seoul's Foreign Minister Kim Sung-hwan said Tuesday the offer was “not worth considering,” and urged Japan to drop its claim to the islands.Earlier, Japan's Cabinet said it would formally ask South Korea to jointly seek a resolution at the Hague-based ICJ. Unless both sides agree, the ICJ cannot open a case on the matter

 

 

 

Bodies of Turkish jet crew shot down by Syria found

ANKARA | The bodies of the crew members of a Turkish jet shot down by Syria last month have been found.Turkey's TRT television said the two airmen were found on the Eastern Mediterranean seabed by a US deep-sea exploration vessel, according to AP.The F-4 Phantom jet was shot down on 22 June after Syrian authorities claimed it had violated their airspace, a claim disputed by Turkey.

Libya holds 32 'Gaddafi loyalists' over Tripoli attack

TRIPOLI | The Libyan authorities say they have arrested 32 members of a network loyal to former leader Muammar Gaddafi in connection with Sunday's twin car bombing in the capital, Tripoli. Two people were killed by the two blasts near the former military academy for women and the interior ministry. An official of Libya's top security body said the network had been linked to the bombs. It was the first deadly bomb attack since Gaddafi's overthrow last year.

Bomb Blast Kills 7 in Southeastern Turkey

ANKARA | At least seven people have been killed in a car bomb explosion in southeastern Turkey.  Police say the bomb occurred Monday night in the town of Gaziantep, near the country's border with Syria. Dozens were wounded in the blast, which set several vehicles on fire. Rebels from the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) are active in Turkey's Kurdish-majority southeast.

Afghan Rockets Damage US Military Chief's Plane

KABUL | NATO officials say Afghan militants fired rockets on a U.S. airbase in Afghanistan, damaging a plane used by America's top military officer. A spokeswoman tells VOA U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman General Martin Dempsey was in his room and "nowhere near" the aircraft when two rockets landed near it early Tuesday at Bagram Airbase.  He later left the base in another plane.

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Arafat's Body May be Exhumed for Tests

RAMALLAH | Traces of the radioactive poisonous element polonium have been found in the belongings of late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, according to the Swiss-based Institute of Radiophysics. 

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iranian Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi, the chief of the General Staff of Iran’s Armed Forces, Major General Hassan Firouzabadi, and a number of ministers and military.
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Houston Workshop Marks Key Step in Planning Future Mars Missions

WASHIGTON | A recent workshop conducted for NASA by the Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) in Houston, marked a key step in the agency's effort to forge a new Mars strategy in the coming decades. A report that summarizes the wide range of cutting-edge science, technology and mission concepts discussed is available online. 

French, Turkish Foreign Ministers Discuss Syria

ISTANBULl | French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius has met with his Turkish counterpart to discuss the deepening crisis in Syria. France and Turkey are among the staunchest supporters of the Syrian opposition. 

Millions of Muslims celebrate Eid al Fitr

AMMAN JORDAN | Millions of Muslims are celebrating the Eid al-Fitr festival that ends the fasting month of Ramadan, by participating in feasts, family reunions and other festivities. In Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim-majority nation, worshippers packed into mosques before dawn Sunday, the first day of the festival. Thousands attended prayers at Jakarta's Al Azhar mosque.

       

 

El arqueólogo Zahi Hawass dice a los turistas que es seguro visitar Egipto

El Cairo.-En su apogeo, de 67 años de edad, Hawass fue un charlatán dominante para algunos y, para otros, un egiptólogo animada cuyas payasadas y efervescencia amenizado el mundo formal de la arqueología para una audiencia global. 

 

 

Turquía entra en un período de inestabilidad tras el fracaso de Erdogan

Estambul .- Turquía entró este lunes en un período de inestabilidad, tras el revés que se llevó en las legislativas del domingo el partido del presidente del país, el islamista conservador Recep Tayyip Erdogan, que provocó la caída de la lira turca y de la Bolsa.



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Camino a Marte : El nuevo cohete de la NASA para alcanzar el espacio profundo

Florida.- La Agencia Estadounidense del Espacio y la Aeronáutica, realizó el 14 de julio una prueba del motor de su cohete de última generación J-2X. Se trata del primer paso de un proyecto encaminado a intentar llevar al ser humano más allá de la órbita terrestre, hasta el espacio profundo.

 
       
 

Transplante :  En 2 años podría realizarse un transplante de cabeza

Roma.- El primer transplante de cabeza en un ser humano podría realizarse en un lapso de dos años, aseguró un cirujano italiano llamado Sergio Canavero, director del grupo Avanzado de Neuromodulación de la ciudad de Turín.

 
       
 

Medicamentos: Experto danés alerta de que los medicamentos son la tercera causa de muerte

Barcelona .-  Las multinacionales farmacéuticas corrompen los sistema de salud y esconden que los fármacos son la tercera causa de muerte del mundo, tras las enfermedades cardiovasculares y el cáncer, según el danés Peter Gøtzsche, que hoy ha presentado el libro Medicamentos que matan y crimen organizado.

 
   
 

 

Wikileaks: Sony compró varios canales en América Latina por caída de expectativas

Miami .-  Sony estudió adquirir varias cadenas de televisión en América Latina en 2013 como parte de su estrategia regional en un momento en el que sus canales SET, AXN y Spin no estaban cumpliendo con las expectativas, según se desprende de la más reciente filtración de Wikileaks.

 

 


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