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Thursday, October 8, 2015

Snowden makes case for Brazil asylum, offers help

– Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has offered to collaborate with a Brazilian investigation into the NSA surveillance program he revealed earlier this year, according to a letter published in a local newspaper on Tuesday. In “An Open Letter to the Brazilian People,” published by newspaper Folha De S. Paulo, Snowden said he would like to assist in a congressional probe into the NSA’s spying program, which monitored the personal communications of President Dilma Rousseff and other Brazilians. “I have expressed my willingness to assist wherever appropriate and lawful, but unfortunately the United States government has worked very…

Russia plans new ICBM to replace Cold War ‘Satan’ missile

– Russia will begin deploying a new type of long-range missile in 2018 to replace a Cold War standby known in the West as “Satan”, a military commander said on Tuesday in a signal to the United States that Moscow is improving its nuclear arsenal. A new Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) called the Sarmat is being developed to supplant the RS-20B Voyevoda, the Interfax news agency quoted the commander of Russia’s Strategic Rocket Forces, General Sergei Karakayev, as saying. “We are counting on being armed with this qualitatively new missile system … by 2018-2020,” he was quoted as saying. The Voyevoda, whose…

Devyani Khobragade: India-US row over diplomat deepens

Senior Indian government officials have refused to meet a visiting US Congress delegation amid a worsening row over the alleged ill-treatment of an Indian diplomat in the US. Media reports on Tuesday said Devyani Khobragade was “strip-searched” after she was briefly arrested last week. She was charged with visa fraud and making false statements over allegedly underpaying an Indian housekeeper. Ms Khobragade, deputy consul general in New York, has pleaded not guilty. The Indian government said it was “shocked and appalled at the manner” in which the diplomat had been “humiliated” in the US. Washington has said that New York…

Haïti-Salaire minimum : Société civile et partis politiques opinent

Port-au-Prince — Les positions de certaines organisations de droits humains et de quelques partis politiques divergent par rapport à la question du salaire minimum, qui a provoqué des manifestations ouvrières la semaine écoulée. Des ouvrières et ouvriers ont gagné les rues de Port-au-Prince pour protester contre la fixation de leur salaire minimum à 225 gourdes proposée par le Conseil supérieur des salaires (Css). Le coordonnateur du Rnddh, Pierre Esperance, estime que « le mouvement de protestation des ouvriers est légitime au regard du coût de la vie en Haïti ». Il qualifie d’ « inacceptable et inhumain » ce que propose le Css, tout…

En politique, les absents ont toujours raison

Parmi les singularités nationales, il en est une qui ne se dément pas. Dans les autres grandes démocraties, les responsables politiques quittent la scène quand ils ont fait leur temps. En France, l’on ne meurt jamais en politique. Et les Français raffolent de ces sagas sans fin, de ces éternels retours, de ces histoires de guerriers laissés pour mort un jour et qui, bientôt, remontent sur leur cheval, esquintés mais increvables, pour l’emporter enfin, ou à nouveau. Au pays du revival politique, nul besoin de faire amende honorable et de confesserses erreurs passées : l’échec surmonté devient une garantie de sagesse, la solitude une preuve de…

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