International news of January 30, 2009 - North and South Korea confront each other

2009-01-30 15:09:58 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - World News News)

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International news of January 30, 2009

  • Obama’s request to suspend military trials at Guantanamo rejected by the Judge
  • Reinstatement of Holocaust denying bishop sparks Jewish resentments
  • North and South Korea confront each other
  • German gas tanker goes missing - hijacked by Somali pirates
  • Davos debate debacle, Turkish PM walk out in protest

Obama’s request to suspend military trials at Guantanamo rejected by the Judge

San Juan: The White House and the Pentagon were left stunned when the Judge rejected President Obama’s request to halt the military trial of the suspected terrorists on trial. The Judged rejected the request on the pretext saying, ‘This decision was difficult but necessary to protect ‘the public interest in a speedy trial.’

Reinstatement of Holocaust denying bishop sparks Jewish resentments

Jerusalem: The Jews announced their inability to continue talks with the Catholic officials after the Pope had reinstated the Holocaust denying bishop. The AFP reported that The Rabbinate Director General said, “The five representatives of the chief rabbinate who were due to meet five Vatican representatives in Rome in March will not be able to participate in this meeting in the current state of affairs.”

North and South Korea confront each other

Seoul: The efforts being for the past years by the North and South Korea went in a disarray when the North Korea announced scrapping all the agreements made with South Korea. The North Korea accused Seoul for pushing relations between the two countries, ‘to the brink of a war.’

German gas tanker goes missing - hijacked by Somali pirates

Nairobi: MV Longchamp, the German carrier, the third carrier to be hijacked by the Somali pirates in the Gulf of Eden. The tankers with 13 men crew on board have been reported safe. The carrier is loaded with liquefied petroleum gas.

Davos debate debacle, Turkish PM walk out in protest

Davos: (AFP) The angry Turkish PM walked out from the debate on Gaza War saying, ‘I do not think I will be coming back to Davos after this because you do not let me speak.’

The Turkish PM staged the walkout in front of the UN secretary general and the ministers and international officials of World Economic forum.

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