The Ukraine will stop buying gas to Russia. The Kiev Government has given orders to leave the country to buy natural gas to the neighboring country. Not only as a sanction to Russia by the annexation of the Crimea and by the conflict in the East of the country, but also because several European countries offer gas to Ukraine at prices more attractive, as he explained the Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk: "the decision was made mainly because the offers we receive from the European partners are far better than those of our neighbour to the East" , said the head of Government. The measure is reciprocal, since also Gazprom, Russian gas distribution monopoly, has decided to stop sales to the Ukraine. Gazprom will continue to export gas to Western Europe through pipelines that pass through Ukraine. Europeans can expect winter without fear that the gas. The new Ukrainian Government's offensive against the Kremlin also airspace management. If the direct flights between the two countries were already banned, Kiev passed now to the next level, with the complete prohibition of overflight of Ukrainian territory on the part of the Russian airlines.
The second pilot of the Russian fighter plane shot down Tuesday by Turkey, "was recovered by the Syrian army," according to the Russian Ambassador in France, Alexander Orlov. He "was able to escape and according to the latest information, was recovered by the Syrian army and must retrieve the Russian air base," said the diplomat. The other pilot of the Sukhoi Su-24 was killed. The Turkey says he wants to avoid the "escalation" of tension with Russia after this incident. Ankara argues that its war planes have launched ten messages of warning to Russian pilots who would have entered Turkish airspace near the border with Syria. The President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claims that "has absolutely no intention of turning this case as an aggressive act against Russia, the Turkish pilots were limited to defending the security and the right of the people" However tensions run high and Beijing, which supports Moscow's positions in the Syrian conflict, defends the thesis from the Kremlin that the Sukhoi 24 was not in the Turkish sky when he was shot down and guarantees have proof of that.
Laquan's cake McDonald, of 17 years, was shot 16 times. At the time, the authorities claimed that the young would be armed with a knife and would be under the influence of drugs. The judicial authorities of Chicago announced that Jason Van Dyke, the white COP who allegedly was the author of the shooting, was charged with murder.
Ripped this Tuesday, the Vatican, the trial of the so-called "case 2 Vatileaks scandal", a new process to escape and disclosure of private documents of the Holy See. The first hearing was held in the Court of the State of Vatican City. Five people, two journalists and 3 former employees of the Holy See, are in the dock, accused the Holy See of "unlawful disclosure of news and reserved documents." One of the journalists is Gianluigi Nuzzi, author of at least four controversial books about the Vatican, the last, "Via Crucis", put up for sale earlier this month. "What we did was information," claimed Nuzzi, complaining about, along with fellow journalist Emiliano Fittipaldi, are being "tried in a country where there is no freedom of the press law and to inform". "Because of this problem, many lawyers are raising the issue at national and international level by the tutelage of a press law and to inform. Is a right and a duty, "Nuzzi. The Vatican will process the books by Naif and Fittipaldi. Freedom of expression at risk? https://t.co/thIHFfl0KO pic.twitter.com/1RlRzjPlbl Emiliano Fittipaldi, the author of "Avarizia", another book on sale this month and also considered illegal by the Vatican, has proved "unbeliever" by being present as "defendant" in a country that is not his. The journalist stressed that publish news is, on the other hand, protected by the Italian Constitution, the European Convention and the universal declarations of human rights.
The escÃ¢nadalo fo, triggered in 2012. An anonymous letter appeared in the press revealing a death threat against the Pope Benedict XVI. A book by Gianluigi Nuzzi entitled "his Holiness-The secret Letters of Benedict XVI", containing private letters between the PontifÃcie juice and private Secretary, highlighted the pressure on the Holy See, revealing backstage intrigues of the Vatican, including blackmail and money movements by the Pope himself. In the dock are also the Italians Francesca Chaouqui and Nicola may, former employees of the Commission investigator of Economic and administrative Bodies of the Vatican (COSEA). The two are charged with Association for the dissemination of documents reserved for the Holy See. Journalists, publish them. The main accusation concerns the infringement of article 118, introduced by Pope Francisco two years ago. At issue is the offence of "taking over illegitimately or reveal news or documents of which the disclosure is prohibited". The penalty for this offence, in accordance with the Canon law, goes from 6 months to 2 years imprisonment or a fine of 1000 to 5000 euros. +++ the Vatican rejects my request to let me watch from my Defender ever, avv. M #viacrucis pic.twitter.com/aCy4WgNsIo The five defendants are being judged, however, in a civil court of the Vatican, under a different code of Canon law. "The Vatican City State has its own laws. I'm sure that the primary source is always the canonical norms. Then there's a fundamental law of Vatican City State and an act of the Government of Vatican City State. These two were promulgated in the pontificate of John Paul II. Then there are other criminal laws, administrative, justice and enforcement of various stages of operation of the Vatican City State ", explained to the Renaissance Portuguese priest Satirino Garcia, who works in one of the courts of the Holy See. Civil laws in the Vatican are, however, different from Italy, including on freedom of the press. The two journalists refuse to cooperate with the Holy See, in this process, protecting the identity of sources. The Vatican can decide the extradition request of journalists to carry out the punishment that may be doomed. The expectation is to know if the Italian State will be recetivo this possible request. The process #Vatileaks underway today in the Vatican, classroom even journalists Naif and Fittipaldi. #TG24Pomeriggio pic.twitter.com/6wkKcbK83A
The police ruled out any possible involvement of jihadi movements, noting that the attack had all the hallmarks of an act committed by one of the clandestine groups. This eyewitness account: "I heard a big bang and I was scared but I was prepared, because the police had warned. There was a bag downstairs and they feared was a bomb ". The building is situated along one of the main hotels of Athens and near the Embassy of Cyprus in the Greek capital. According to press reports, the bomb was placed in a backpack in front of the headquarters of the Federation, near Syntagma Square in Central Athens.