Posts Tagged ‘last-minute’

King Harald

Sunday, October 13th, 2013

It is suspected that, after activating this artifact, he moved to the idyllic island where 560 people participating in a youth Social Democrats – the party ampamento c of Stoltenberg-, with uniform police and armed with semiautomatic weapons. What happened from there was an apparently meticulously prepared massacre, which lasted about 45 minutes, between scenes of panic, young trying to flee by swimming or reach dinghies in the waters of the fjord. People fell dead in front of me. I ran through the camp toward the area of the tents. I saw the armed man.

Two people began to talk to him and after two seconds were dead. He wore a black uniform with red borders. It looked like nazi, with uniform that looked like police, told Pracon. Chemical fertilizer the alleged aggressor had bought since last spring up to six tons of chemical fertilizer, as explained to Norwegian media spokesman for a wholesaler of these products, which could have prepared the pump of the capital. It raised no suspicions, he added that sources, since it consisted as a distributor of agricultural products.

This Norwegian, arrested in the same island and currently questioned by the agents, the police credited with contacts with the far right and a Christian fundamentalist with background islamofobo profile. He had opinions hostile to islam, as it revealed a record at his home, where police found several messages hung on the internet with content clutter and anti-Muslim. The Prime Minister and King Harald IV of Norway described as national tragedy the two consecutive massacres, for which the Scandinavian country saved a day of mourning. Norway is a small country, but with a strong spirit of solidarity, said Stoltenberg before the media displaced to the island where, he recalled, began his career. We will recover this place as our island, it added, above the weight of the tragedy in that place.

Charles Bouchard

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

According to NATO, the use of attack helicopters offers additional flexibility to locate the Qadhafi’s forces. The British attacked during this Saturday two goals of loyalists to the Libyan leader. The Apaches are designed to pursue and destroy tanks. The French helicopertos attacked a score of ground targets. NATO used this Saturday in Libya, for the first time, attack helicopters against vehicles and military equipment as well as land of the Gaddafi regime forces, reported the organization in a statement. We will continue with the use of these of these assets where and when necessary with the same precision as in all our missions, said the Commander of operation j unified guard, lieutenant general Charles Bouchard. According to NATO, the use of attack helicopters provides additional flexibility to its operations to track and locate the forces proGadafi that deliberately use civilians and try to hide in areas populated.

Participation of France and United Kingdom the British Apaches attacked during the night of Friday to Saturday two objectives of the forces loyal to the regime of Colonel Gadafi near the Libyan city of Brega, as he confirmed the Ministry of Dnsa. Helicopters took off from the warship HMS Ocean, stationed off the Libyan coast, and returned to its base after serving the entrustment. They followed with their missiles a radar and a checkpoint of Qadhafi’s forces and destroyed both goals, according to source British. The operation also involved French helicopters type Gazelle, who intervened in the attack of a score of ground targets, according to the official communique of the greater State of the Gallic army, which stipulates that the action was coordinated with British helicopters. French appliances were supported by ctive of the gala National Navy, the source added. Equipping of the Apache the Apache are specially designed to pursue and destroy battle tanks operating at altitudes lower than using fighter aircraft Tornado and Typhoon, which NATO takes some time in Libya, and are therefore more vulnerable to enemy fire. Each helicopter is armed with Hydra rockets, Hellfire missiles and a cannon of the caliber 30 mm underneath the fuselage, between the front wheels. It also has a team of sensors in the nose for the search and designation of targets as well as night vision. Source of the news: NATO first used attack helicopters in Libya