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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Frederick, Maryland
A-4 i the Frederick news Post thursday december 13, 2012worldaroundtheglobe from wire report blast at syrian building kills 5 Beirut a three bombs collapsed Walls in the syrian Interior ministry building wednesday in Damascus killing at least five people As rebels fighting to overthrow president Bashar Assad edged closer to the capital the Symbol of his Power. The blast came As More than too countries recognized the opposition umbrella group As the legitimate representative of Syria a diplomatic blow to Assad. Five people were killed in wednesdays attacks and 23 others were injured according to a statement by the Interior ministry. Such bombings have been a trademark of islamic radicals fighting alongside the rebels raising concerns about the extremists role in the civil War. On wednesday afternoon attackers detonated two explosive devices before an explosives Laden car went off near the Entrance of the Interior ministry building in Kafar soused District in Damascus. The blast knocked Down Walls inside the ministry building scattering debris on the Street and shattering windows in nearby structures including at the egyptian stays execution of Man Baghdad a Iraq has suspended the execution of a yemeni prisoner whose family claims was 16 years old when he was taken into custody an iraqi official and human rights advocates said wednesday. Iraqi officials dispute that he was a minor at the time of his arrest. Human rights watch earlier this week urged authorities in Baghdad to stay the execution of Saleh Moussa Ahmed Al Bai Dany. The group said his execution would have been iraqis first in 25 years of someone who was a minor when detained. Al Bai Dany was picked up by the . Military in August 2009 along the Iraq Syria Border his father told the advocacy group. He was later handed Over to iraqi authorities found guilty of terrorist activities and sentenced to death. The advocacy groups Iraq researcher Erin Evers said the sentence has now been postponed although Al Bai Dany remains detained on death Row and his Fate is May Worsen Egypt a Economy Cairo a Egypt a political crisis is threatening to plunge its ailing Economy even deeper into distress after the government delayed a request for a $4.8 billion loan from the International monetary fund that would have eased a ballooning budget deficit and reassured foreign investors. Fear of stoking the Street unrest Over a disputed islamist oriented Constitution led president Mohammed Morsi to suspend a package of tax increases that were key to reducing that deficit a and his government May now have to renegotiate the loan Deal that took More than a year to Hammer out. While the government said it wants to delay the request for Only a month the if the mentioned no time Frame in its statement on tuesday saying Only that it stands ready to a consult with the authorities on the resumption of that raises the possibility that the loan May be put off until the political situation stabilizes and so far protests have shown no signs of abating. Tensions have risen ahead of saturdays constitutional referendum with Morsics opponents calling for egyptians to reject the charged Over death threat Belfast. Northern Ireland police say a 34-year-old Man has been charged with threatening to kill the British protestant Leader of Northern Ireland a Unity government first minister Peter Robinson. The police statement says the Man who was not named is to be arraigned thursday in the protestant town of Newtownards. He allegedly made the threat in a Telephone Call wednesday. Several politicians have received death threats from protestant extremists since dec. 3, when the Belfast City Council voted to Stop flying the British Flag year round and instead Fly it just 18 Days a year. Most threats have targeted Alliance a Small Cross Community party that cast the deciding votes to reduce displays of British flags atop City Hall. Associated press this image made from video displays the Unha-3 rocket launch wednesday at North Korea s space Agency s general launch command Center on the outskirts of Pyongyang. The rocket launch will enhance the credentials of 20-something Leader Kim Jong in at Home a year after he took Power following the death of his father Kim Jong la. It is also Likely to bring fresh sanctions and other punishments from the . And its allies which were Quick to condemn the launch As a test of technology for a missile that could attack the . Mainland. Pyongyang says it was merely a peaceful Effort to put a satellite into orbit. North koreans Hail rocket launch ., other countries condemn move push for consequences Pyongyang North Korea a in Pyongyang North koreans clinked Beer mugs and danced in the streets to celebrate the country a first satellite in space. In Washington Seoul and Tokyo leaders pushed for consequences for wednesdays successful rocket launch widely seen As a test that takes the country one step closer to being capable of lobbing nuclear bombs Over the Pacific. The surprising successful launch of a three stage rocket a similar in design to a Model capable of carrying a nuclear tipped warhead As far As California raises the stakes in the International standoff Over North koreans expanding atomic Arsenal. As Pyongyang refines its technology its next step May be conducting its third nuclear test experts warn. The in. Security Council which has punished North Korea repeatedly for developing its nuclear program condemned the launch after a closed door meeting wednesday and said it will urgently consider a an appropriate the White House called the launch a a highly provocative act that threatens regional Security a and even the North a most important ally China expressed regret. In Pyongyang however Pride Over the scientific advancement outweighed the fear of greater International isolation and punishment. North Korea though struggling to feed its people is now one of the few countries to have successfully launched a working satellite into space from its own soil bitter rival South Korea is not on the list though it has tried. A a it a really Good news a North korean citizen Jon la Gwang told the associated press As he and scores of other Pyongyang residents poured into the streets after a noon announcement to celebrate the launch by dancing in the Snow. A it clearly testifies that our country has the capability to enter into wednesdays launch was North koreans fourth bid since 1998. An april launch failed in the first of three stages raising doubts among outside observers whether North Korea could fix what was wrong in just eight months but those doubts were erased wednesday. The Una rocket named after the korean word for a Galaxy a blasted off from the so Hae Launchpad in ton Chang i Northwest of Pyongyang shortly before to a.m., just three Days after North Korea indicated that technical problems might delay the launch. A South korean destroyer patrolling the Waters West of the korean Peninsula immediately detected the launch. Japanese officials said the first rocket stage fell into the yellow sea and a second stage fell into the philippine sea hundreds of Miles farther South. The North american aerospace defense command confirmed that a initial indications Are that the missile deployed an object that appeared to achieve in an indication that North koreans leadership was worried about the Success of the launch the plan was kept quiet inside North Korea until a special noon broadcast on state to declared the launch a Success. Pyongyang was much More open during its last attempt in april and even took the unusual step of inviting scores of foreign journalists for the occasion but that rocket splintered shortly after Takeoff. At one hotel bar wednesday North koreans watched aptly cheering and applauding at the close of the Brief broadcast. As vans mounted with loudspeakers drove around the capital announcing the news North koreans bundled up in parkas ran outside to celebrate. Pyongyang did not immediately release images of the launch but hours later associated press reporters at the Pyongyang satellite command Center viewed a playback showing the rocket blasting off against a snowy backdrop in the Northwest. The White rocket was emblazoned with the name �?ounha-3�?� and the North korean Flag. Director Kim Hye Jin said the satellite was broadcasting a song of Gen. Kim la Sung and a song of Gen. Kim Jong Llu in space. He reiterated North koreans intention to keep launching satellites in the future. Space officials say the rocket is meant to Send a satellite into orbit to study crops and weather patterns. But the launch could leave Pyongyang even More isolated and Cut off from much needed Aid and Trade. The in. Imposed two rounds of sanctions after nuclear tests in 2006 and 2009 and ordered the North not to conduct any launches using ballistic missile technology. Pyongyang maintains its right to develop a civilian space program saying the satellite will Send Back crucial scientific data. The White House condemned what National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor called a yet another example of North koreans pattern of irresponsible or. Donald Kress of \ plastic surgery one has 30 years of your Trust in breast augmentation Dummy tuck liposuction a face lift Mommy makeover Call us today 301 698-2400 gift certificates now available a unique and thoughtful gift idea Call now and save Servic Tara designs instant savings it Bat to Baers mattress Den in the ask mall near a Penney \ the areas Best prices. a no pressure sales approach. Neaf Penney Friendly and knowledgeable salespeople. Family owned for Over 30 year
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