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Conflit des ordures : affrontements à Terzigno – 11 décembre 2010

Rifiuti: Terzigno, scontri davanti discarica; ferito un agente


11 DIC 2010

(AGI) – Napoli, 11 dic. – Un agente di polizia ferito a una caviglia, una sassaiola contro le forze dell’ordine all’ingresso della discarica Sari, ruote forate e mezzi blindati imbrattati di vernice. E’ il bilancio, a inizio serata, degli scontri tra le forze dell’ordine e dimostranti, scoppiati durante un corteo cui hanno preso parte circa un migliaio di persone. I manifestanti, che in un primo momento si erano diretti verso l’ingresso della discarica di Terzigno, sono poi tornati alla rotonda di Via Panoramica dove il corteo, organizzato nell’ambito della manifestazione nazionale ‘Dalla Val di Susa a Terzigno: unire le lotte per difendere il nostro futuro’, avrebbe dovuto fermarsi. Dopo…

Terzigno, nuovi scontri: ferito un agente. Ancora proteste per l’emergenza rifiuti


Ancora scontri sul Vesuvio: un agente ferito. Striscioni per la raccolta differenziata, la chiusura delle discariche e per il no alla tav in Val di Susa

articolo del 11 dicembre 10

Continuano gli scontri a Terzigno e le proteste per l‘emergenza rifiuti che attanaglia Napoli e i comuni vesuviani da mesi. Stasera, durante le proteste che si sono svolte sulla Rotonda Panoramica di Boscoreale, un agente è stato ferito ad una caviglia. Infatti, i manifestanti, hanno scagliato una sassaiola contro la Polizia, ferendone un agente presente sul posto.

Gli scontri, che per un breve periodo si erano calmati e che si erano trasformati in presenza pacifica della popolazione locale sulla stessa Rotonda (tendone e fuoco per riscaldarsi dal freddo che scendeva la sera) stasera si sono nuovamente infiammati. Dopo…

Emeute à إربد‎ Irbid – 11 décembre 2010

Rioters in Irbid Burn Homes, Cars after Man Pronounced Dead



AMMONNEWS –Qusai Ja’arun- Riots erupted Saturday evening in Al Barha in Irbid Governorate, northern Jordan, following clashes on Friday that led to the death of one person.

The man died Saturday evening succumbing to his wounds he sustained in a fight between four people Friday morning.

Relatives of the deceased rioted and set four homes and two cars ablaze, eyewitnesses told Ammon News. More…


Irbid (Arabic: إربد‎), known in ancient times as Arabella or Arbela , is the capital and largest city of the Irbid Governorate. It also has the second largest metropolitan population in Jordan after Amman, with a population of around 660,000, and is located about 70 km north of Amman on the northern ridge of the Gilead, equidistant from Pella, Beit Ras (Capitolias), and Umm Qais.

The city of Irbid is the third largest city in Jordan by population (after Amman and Zarqa). Metropolitan Irbid is the second largest. The province of Irbid Governorate has the second largest population, and the highest population density in the kingdom.

Affrontements de Villa Soldati (Buenos Aires) – décembre 2010 – Vidéos

Université : émeute à Londres – 10 décembre 2010


by Tom McTague and Alun Palmer in Parliament Square 10/12/2010

THEY came in their thousands to vent their fury at turncoat Lib Dems who betrayed them with broken promises on university fees.

But the peaceful student protests quickly turned to bloody violence yesterday as hundreds of hardcore demonstrators brought terror to the heart of government with riots in streets around ­Parliament.

Thugs fought pitched battles with police, mounted officers charged groups of ­protesters, blood flowed on the pavements and fires glowed in the night air as MPs inside the Commons narrowly voted to triple university fees, sparking wide-spread anger. Read more…

Camilla hit with stick during riot


11 12 2010

POLICE probe riots after worst royal security scare in 36 years, as police were seconds from drawing their guns when a mob began attacking Camilla with sticks.

Royal protection officers feared they would have to open fire as masked rioters began trashing the Rolls-Royce taking her and Prince Charles to the London Palladium.

Thugs hit the Duchess of Cornwall through an open window before Charles bundled her to the floor.

They also smashed a passenger window shrieking: “Off with their heads!” and pelted the vintage motor with paint bombs and rubbish. More…

Élection : émeute à Haïti – 10 décembre 2010

Haiti erupts in riots as supporters of Michel Martelly protest


Friday 10 December 2010

Outbreak of gunfire in Port-au-Prince follows disputed election results that push presidential candidate Martelly into third place

Gunfire in the centre of Port-au-Prince has left at least one person dead as violent disputes over the conduct of the presidential election continue to grip Haiti.

Election officials attempted to calm the unrest, now in its fourth day, by promising a recount of the vote to settle which two of the three leading candidates go into a final round. More…

Football : émeute à Amman – 10 décembre 2010

Health Minister: 6 remain in hospital following Friday’s Qwaismeh Violence



AMMONNEWS – Amal Ghabayen – A number of relatives of injured fans admitted into Al Bashir Hospital attempted to attack Minister of Health Mahmoud Al Sheyyab, who arrived at the hospital to check up on the injured fans following the riots and violence that erupted following the match between Al Faisali and Al Wehdat Friday evening.

Crowds gathering outside the hospital attacked and vandalized the glass windows of the Surgery Wing of Al Bashir state-run hospital. More…

Over 250 Injured in Riots Following Football Game



AMMONNEWS – Over 250 fans were injured in riots that erupted following a football match between Al Wehdat and Al Faisali teams Friday evening.

Gendarmerie forces intervened to break out the riots that erupted at King Abdullah Stadium in Quweismeh, southern Amman.

A stampede of fans attempting to exit the stadium following the game led to the collapse of a metal fence separating fans from the playing field. More…

Université : émeutes au Pakistan – décembre 2010

Students’ protest enters third day


Saturday, December 11, 2010

LAHORE: The students’ protest against the privatisation of educational institutes by the Punjab government continued for the third day, a private TV channel reported on Friday. According to reports, students boycotted classes and staged a protest demonstration in Faisalabad. They chanted slogans against the provincial government and its decision to privatise the educational institutes. Enraged students also threw stones at cars, the channel reported. Police subsequently resorted to teargas shelling and baton-charged the students in order to disperse them. Arguments between the police and teachers were also witnessed. Also, students in Vehari, Multan, Mian Channu and other parts of Punjab held protest rallies, the channel reported. daily times monitor

Punjab police, students clash in Faisalabad


By Adnan Adil

FAISALABAD – Tear gas was fired and roads were blocked during continuing clashes between police and students in Faisalabad December 10.

College students were protesting the formation of a board of governors in Punjab Province, media reported.

Police fired tear gas at Government Municipal Degree College of Faisalabad students who had blocked roads at Abdullahpur Chowk and chanted slogans against the government, Express News reported.

Meanwhile, the Chief Justice of the Lahore High Court Ijaz Chaudhry has taken suo motu notice of the alleged torture by police of teachers and students who protested outside the Punjab Assembly December 8.

College autonomy demo: Police repel angry students at assembly door


9 12 2010

LAHORE: Students and teachers protesting against changes in the higher education system tried to storm the Punjab Assembly building on Wednesday, sparking violent clashes with the police.

Around 400 people began their protest in the morning against the grant of autonomy to public colleges and the changes likely to accompany this process, such as higher tuition fees,.

The situation escalated when a group of protesters broke past guards at the outer security cordon of the assembly grounds. They got as far as the steps leading to the assembly building.

Police baton-charged the protesters, who responded by throwing stones, smashing windows in two MPAs’ cars, breaking CCTV cameras and destroying furniture used by security officials. Angry students, most of them Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) activists, also set fire to a bus at Nasser Bagh and one in front of the Town Hall. They broke the windows of two others buses and damaged a picket at Charing Cross. More…

Published in The Express Tribune, December 9th, 2010.

Two students, faculty member hurt in PSF-ISO clash


KARACHI (December 11, 2010) : Two more activists and Assistant Professor were injured as the conflict between student organisations of University of Karachi continued on Friday while semester examinations were also postponed and students protested violently outside Mobina Town Police Station.

Due to the erupting clashes in campus the University of Karachi has decided to postpone the scheduled papers of semester examinations on Friday and Saturday. Spokesman of Karachi University said that the semester examinations would not be held according to schedule and new dates of examination of the postponed papers would be announced later. More…

Three injured in fresh clashes


By: Syed Jafar Askari | December 11, 2010

KARACHI- Karachi University (KU) has failed to defuse tussle between People’s Students Federation (PSF) and members of Imamia Students Organisation (ISO), as two more students and a teacher got injured in fresh clashes on Friday morning at the campus. More…

Élection : émeute meurtrière en Haïti – 9 décembre 2010

Présidentielle en Haïti : 5 morts après le résultat du premier tour


Des affrontements sporadiques se sont poursuivis jeudi en Haïti pour le troisième jour consécutif. Un manifestant a été tué dans l’après-midi dans le centre de Port-au-Prince portant à au moins cinq le nombre des victimes de ces violences.

À l’origine des heurts, le résultat provisoire du premier tour de la présidentielle. Si celui-ci confirme l’avance attendue de Mirlande Manigat, il porte aussi au deuxième tour le candidat du pouvoir, Jude Celestin, au détriment du favori, Michel MartellY.

Depuis Port-au-Prince, notre envoyé spécial raconte cet embrasement. Plus…

Haitian violence grows despite recount


Canadian embassy closed amid street violence

Friday, December 10, 2010

Violent protests filled the streets of Port-au-Prince Thursday as Haiti’s electoral council said ballots in the country’s disputed presidential election will be recounted.

Supporters of the government-backed candidate Jude Célestin clashed with supporters of Michel Martelly, a popular musician also known as Sweet Micky, who was eliminated in the presidential race. Read more…

Diaporama Reuters

Four dead as Haitian election protests erupt into riots

Agence France-Presse, Los Angeles Times

Clarens Renois

December 10, 2010

PORT-AU-PRINCE: Thousands of protesters have rampaged in Haitian towns, torching buildings in armed clashes that left four dead after election results triggered bitter accusations of vote-rigging.

Amid the unrest, the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the cholera outbreak in the country had spread to all of the Caribbean nation and into the neighbouring Dominican Republic.

The streets of the capital were calmer as night fell on Wednesday, but still-smoking tyre and rubbish barricades recalled a day of anger among supporters of the popular singer Michel Martelly who had, according to official results, been narrowly knocked out of the race for the presidency. More…

Université : émeute à Londres – 9 décembre 2010

Clashes as UK parliament backs student fee rise


Thursday, 09 December 2010

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s parliament on Thursday approved plans to increase fees paid by university students, a vote which split the coalition government and sparked clashes between police and protesters outside of the building.

The lower house of parliament approved the plan by a reduced majority of 21 votes, indicating that several members of the ruling Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition parties had failed to back it. The coalition has a working majority of 84 when everyone is present in the 650-seat house. More…

Violent riots as fees rise passed


Friday, 10th December 2010


A CAR carrying the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker-Bowles was attacked by protesters last night, after anger over the vote on tuition fees boiled over into ugly scenes of violence.

Police struggled to control the civil disobedience that gripped Whitehall and other parts of London, as demonstrators smashed the windows of the Treasury before attempting to storm the building.

Earlier, the coalition forced the controversial reforms through the House of Commons, but was left bruised by the biggest Liberal Democrat rebellion in the party’s history. More…

Royals pelted in student riots


Fri, 10 Dec 2010

By Hamish Clark

In one moment, the heir to the throne – Prince Charles – and his wife Camilla were attacked in the heart of London.

Protesters targeted their bullet-proof car as they headed to a charity event.

The royal couple were shocked and shaken by the violence but unharmed, the window where Prince Charles was sitting smashed in and the limo splattered in paint.

What began as a peaceful student protest turned angry and ugly. More…

Police tactics at tuition fees protest questioned after further angry clashes

The Guardian

Friday 10 December 2010

At least 38 protesters and 10 officers injured as windows of buildings broken and car carrying Prince Charles attacked

As temperatures fell towards freezing last night hundreds of demonstrators who had been kettled on Westminster Bridge were eventually allowed to leave around 11.30pm after the latest in a series of showdowns between protesters and police over tuition fees turned ugly.

The atmosphere for much of the afternoon had been relaxed and almost cheerful as many among the crowd repeated chants, danced to portable sound systems or huddled around small fires made from burning placards, but at 5.40pm, when news of the MPs’ historic decision reached the crowds gathered in Whitehall, it took a turn for the worse. More…

Expulsion : affrontement meurtrier à Villa Soldati (Buenos Aires) – 9 décembre 2010

Buenos Aires: Un troisième squatter assassiné à Villa Soldati

Vendredi 10 décembre 2010

La situation ne s’est pas vraiment calmée du côté de Buenos Aires... La guerre sociale se transforme en guerre civile.

Deux personnes sont mortes mardi lors d’affrontements entre squatters et police, alors que celle-ci tentait d’expulser tout un quartier squatté, au sud de Buenos Aires, à Villa Soldati:

Jeudi 9 décembre, des affrontements ont repris, cette fois entre des habitants du quartier et des squatters !

(C5N, 9 déc. 20h20)

Bilan de la journée: un mort.

Trois morts par balles, tou-te-s habitant-e-s du quartier squatté ou proches des squatters. Le troisième est un Bolivien, Juan Castañares Quispe, qui avait 38 ans.

Pourtant, ceux qu’on entend le plus dans les médias argentins sont des voisins franchement hostiles aux squatters, avec un arrière-goût xénophobe assez flippant... La première femme intervenant dans cette vidéo le dit clairement:

(C5N, 10 déc., 10h47)

"Nous sommes des voisins, nous sommes des travailleurs (...), nous sommes des Argentins, nous sommes des citoyens (...). La police fédérale et le gouvernement national veulent dialoguer, mais je ne sais pas avec qui, avec les gens qui viennent ici, occupent et usurpent l’espace public !?".

En gros, des voisins se sont pointés avec des flingues, des pierres, des barres de fer et d’autres armes pour attaquer les squatters et les faire dégager du quartier !

Jeudi, des squatters ont ouvert un nouveau bâtiment vide, ce qui a semble-t-il déclenché la colère de certain-e-s voisin-e-s, qui pensaient y être légalement relogé-e-s tôt ou tard.

D’autre part, vendredi, une habitante d’un quartier résidentiel voisin prétend que des squatters ont tenté d’entrer dans son domicile... Elle retourne donc la situation avec un aplomb hallucinant: "Nous sommes en train de défendre les logements [la vivienda], et pour défendre nos logements nous ne sommes pas agressifs, mais qui nous défend ? J’ai appelé la police, ils m’ont dit qu’une voiture de patrouille arrivait sur place, mais elle n’est jamais venue." Tout ça, pour justifier les violences de la veille contre les squatters...

Et les sous-titres de la chaîne de télé C5N sont explicites, jouant le jeu populiste du soutien aux voisins anti-squatters, amplifiant leur discours: "Les voisins réclament le départ des squatters", "Les voisins indignés", "Ils s’installent dans nos maisons", "Ils ont tenté d’entrer dans ma maison", "Mon fils a crié Papa, un homme veut entrer".

Pendant ce temps-là, des politiciens argentins se répandent en propos racistes et appellent à faire intervenir l’armée à Villa Soldati.

Malgré les attaques à répétition et les trois morts, les squatters sont toujours à Villa Soldati.

D’autres vidéos:

(C5N, 10 déc., 07h45, un voisin)

(C5N, 10 déc., 15h31, ministre de la sécurité de Buenos Aires)

(C5N, 10 déc., 19h07, un squatter)

[Source : squat.net/fr/]

Un muerto en violento enfrentamiento entre vecinos y okupas en Buenos Aires

Agencia EFE

Buenos Aires, 9 dic (EFE).- Una persona falleció hoy en un nuevo enfrentamiento registrado en un barrio del sur de Buenos Aires entre los vecinos de la zona y quienes mantienen ocupado el parque público donde el martes murieron otras dos personas cuando la policía intentó desalojar el predio, informaron fuentes oficiales.

El ministro de Seguridad de Buenos Aires, Guillermo Montenegro, confirmó que una persona falleció en estos nuevos incidentes y tres más resultaron heridas, aunque aseguró que todavía no conocen la identidad del muerto. Mas…

Un herido de bala en nuevos enfrentamientos en Villa Soldati


Villa Soldati, 9 de diciembre de 2010

Un muchacho de 20 años sufrió una herida de bala en un nuevo enfrentamiento por la ocupación del Parque Indoamericano en Villa Soldati.

El joven fue trasladado inmediatamente a un hospital zonal. Según vecinos de la zona, los disparos llegaron desde la Avenida Castañares

“Hubo cuatro tiros que vinieron desde un edificio ubicado en las afueras del Parque”, aseguró un residente de la zona. Mas…

Université : affrontement à Puerto Rico – 9 décembre 2010

Riot Police Seize the University of Puerto Rico


by Rachel Hiskes

Thursday Dec 9th, 2010

After midnight on Thursday, December 9, 2010 the Puerto Rican police force, including SWAT forces broke into the Rio Piedras campus of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR), as well as other campuses. Students and professors have said that they will not open or attend classes until police leave, and students still plan to strike indefinitely over the tuition hike beginning on Tuesday, December 12th. For more information, check out student-run news at http://www.radiohuelga.com, http://www.rojogallito.com or for English language news, http://www.dailysunpr.org.

After midnight on Thursday, December 9, 2010 the Puerto Rican police force, including SWAT forces broke into the Rio Piedras campus of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR), as well as other campuses. In multiple police cars, jeeps, and passenger vans, various branches of the police force, including the SWAT team in full riot gear entered the campus, after being prohibited from doing so for over 31 years. Puerto Rico’s ultra-conservative governor, Luis Fortuño, and his political ally the UPR president Jose Ramon de la Torre broke the non-confrontation policy even after the campus dean said that police would not enter after striking students left.

In doing so, government and university officials not only violated the autonomy of the university, but also the long-standing policy of non-confrontation between the police and students. The policy came after police riots and attacks on students left a wake of serious injuries and even death in the student uprisings of the 70’s and 80’s. In an 1981 incident students were chased by police gunfire into a dead-end street of Rio Piedras. Since that tragedy the Puerto Rican police have not entered the 11 campuses of the UPR.

Thursday, police carrying their firearms entered the university, while other officers filmed students and took close up pictures of protesting students, professors and Amnesty International and Lawyers’ Guild observers. At multiple campuses officers blocked the gates and academic buildings preventing entrance and exit of the university. This decision was unknown to the Board of Trustees, the Academic Senate, the Student Council and leaders of the student strike.

Tonight the police remain inside the campus, and according to government and university officials they will now be a constant presence. Students and professors have said that they will not open or attend classes until police leave, and students still plan to strike indefinitely over the tuition hike beginning on Tuesday, December 12th. For more information, check out student-run news at http://www.radiohuelga.com, http://www.rojogallito.com or for English language news, http://www.dailysunpr.org.

Football : émeute à Moscou après la mort d’un supporter – 9 décembre 2010

Fan’s killing sparks ugly riots in Moscow

Daily Mirror

by Steve Myall, 9/12/2010

THE murder of a football thug triggered a riot in Moscow yesterday – days after Russia swung the 2018 World Cup.

About 1,000 hooligans, some armed with metal bars, lit flares and clambered on cars as they demanded an investigation into the shooting of Spartak fan Yegor Sviridov, 28.

Sviridov, active in extremist fans’ group The Union died after being caught up in racist clashes last weekend.

Last month 1,000 Zenit St Petersburg fans smashed bus stops after their team won the domestic league.

Moscow Fan Death Suspect ‘Acted In Self-Defense’


December 08, 2010

MOSCOW — A man arrested for the killing of a soccer fan in Moscow says he acted in self-defense, RFE/RL’s Russian Service reports.

On December 6, one soccer fan was killed and a second injured during fighting between supporters of the Spartak soccer team and a group of young men from the North Caucasus.

Police arrested the suspect, Aslan Cherkesov, who is from the Kabardino-Balkaria Republic, on December 7. Cherkesov says that he had to use his traumatic pistol, for which he has a license, to defend himself after fans attacked him. More…

Université : affrontement à Barcelona (Anzoatégui) – 8 décembre 2010

Dos policías heridos dejó un enfrentamiento en UDO-Anzoátegui



miércoles 8 de diciembre de 2010

Encapuchados entraron a la universidad. Unos 10 antisociales ingresaron al recinto universitario, específicamente al área de Cursos Básicos, para asaltar a varios estudiantes. La situación fue detectada por la policía y de inmediato se activó el encontronazo.

Puerto La Cruz.- En la tarde de este miércoles en la Universidad de Oriente (UDO), núcleo Anzoátegui, la policía regional protagonizó un enfrentamiento con un grupo de encapuchados que, según se pudo conocer, desde hace unos meses han robado a buena parte de la población estudiantil.

Unos 10 antisociales entraron al campus, específicamente al área de Cursos Básicos, para asaltar a los jóvenes, situación que fue detectada por la policía y que activó el encontronazo en el que resultaron heridos dos miembros del cuerpo de seguridad regional. Mas…


Anzoátegui est un État du Venezuela. Sa capitale est Barcelona.

Université : affrontements à Téhéran – 8 décembre 2010

Iranian students, militias clash in university demos

The Times

December 09, 2010

STUDENTS clashed with government militias at universities in Tehran yesterday.

The clashes came as talks in Geneva aimed at resolving tensions over Iran’s nuclear program ended without agreement.

National Student Day was marked by a string of anti-government protests at campuses across the capital in some of the worst civil unrest this year.

Dozens were arrested as students chanted « Death to the dictator » and waved placards attacking President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. More…

Conflit des ordures : affrontements à Terzigno – 8 décembre 2010

Rifiuti, nuovi atti di protesta a Terzigno e Boscoreale


mercoledì 8 dicembre 2010

NAPOLI (Reuters) – Questa mattina alcuni dimostranti hanno dato alle fiamme due autocompattatori a Terzigno, e altri hanno incendiato dei copertoni davanti al Comune di Boscoreale, per protestare contro la situazione dei rifiuti nel Napoletano. Lo riferisce la Questura partenopea.

Intorno alle 4 una ventina di persone hanno imposto di scendere agli autisti dei due camion, che avevano appena depositato i rifiuti nella discarica dell’ex Cava Sari, e hanno poi dato fuoco ai mezzi.

A Boscoreale, un gruppo di persone ha incendiato i copertoni proprio davanti all’ingresso del comune. Dopo…

Rifiuti, a Napoli situazione grave. Si riaccende la protesta a Terzigno


8 12 2010

I fantasmi della guerriglia riaccendono di tensione la notte nei comuni vesuviani tra compattatori a fuoco e assalti al Municipio. La ferita sempre aperta della discarica Sari di Terzigno, fonte di pesanti disagi per i miasmi che continuano ad ammorbare le popolazioni e di polemiche per il presunto inquinamento del sottosuolo provocato dallo sversatoio, si intreccia con la grave crisi di Napoli dove l’uscita dall’emergenza è ancora lontana; anzi, si rischia un Natale con le strade sepolte di immondizia.

Oggi l’antipasto con il pessimo biglietto da visita offerto nel giorno dell’Immacolata ai tanti turisti nel capoluogo campano. La scorsa notte sono stati 20 i camion che hanno sversato nella discarica di Terzigno. Due mezzi, che stavano tornando vuoti ai comuni di destinazione, sono stati assaliti da alcuni facinorosi che – secondo la ricostruzione fornita dalla polizia – si sono fatti consegnare le chiavi dei mezzi e li hanno incendiati. Quasi contemporaneamente, all’alba, ignoti hanno cosparso di benzina vecchi copertoni dando fuoco e bruciando parzialmente il portone d’ingresso del Municipio di Boscoreale, comune confinante con quello di Terzigno dove da tempo sono molto forti i malumori per la presenza della discarica. Dopo…

Rifiuti: si riaccende tensione. fiamme a Boscoreale, scontri a Terzigno



(ASCA) – Napoli, 8 dic – Torna a riaccendersi la tensione nel vesuviano, teatro di scontri il mese scorso per la contestatissima cava Sari. Questa notte, poco dopo le 4,00 e’ stato appiccato un incendio al palazzo del Municipio di Boscoreale. Fortunatamente una pattuglia della polizia locale e’ intervenuta tempestivamente per domare le fiamme sollevate da due copertoni imbevuti di benzina. Danni si sono registrati all’ingresso della sede comunale. Quasi in contemporanea, sulla rotonda Panoramica che porta a cava Sari, nel comune di Terzigno, un gruppo di persone con il volto coperto ha costretto gli autisti di due autocompattori a scendere e consegnare loro le chiavi. Poi hanno dato fuoco ai mezzi. A dir poco indignato, il sindaco di Boscoreale, Gennaro Langella, che parla di »autentici delinquenti ». Dopo…

Emeute à Yüksekova – 8 décembre 2010

Residents in eastern Turkey riot after pro-Kurdish mayor arrested


Tuesday, December 7, 2010

ISTANBUL – Daily News with Wires

Residents in the eastern province of Hakkari rioted Monday after Yüksekova District Mayor Ruken Yetişkin was arrested to begin serving a seven-month prison term for “making terrorist propaganda.”

The unrest began in Yüksekova and expanded to the provincial center as protesters barricaded roads and lit fires, causing police to intervene with water cannon and pepper spray.

During the incidents, a gas bomb fell into the yard of a primary school, affecting several students.

Yetişken, the mayor for the pro-Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party, or BDP, was arrested Sunday and will begin serving her sentence in the eastern province of Bitlis. More…


Diyarbakır ve Hakkari karıştı



Diyarbakır ve Hakkari’de gergin bir gün yaşandı. Hakkari’de ara sokaklarda olaylar sürüyor…

Yüksekova’nın BDP’li belediye başkanı ‘Terör örgütü propagandası yapmak’ suçundan tutuklanınca Hakkari’de olaylar çıktı. Mahalle aralarında ateş yakıp slogan atan bir grup polisle çatıştı. Polis göstericilere gaz bombası ve tazyikli suyla müdahale etti.Hakkari’deki olayların bir benzeri de Diyarbakır‘da yaşandı. 6 Aralık 2009′da DTP‘nin kapatılmasını protesto etmek için düzenlenen gösteriler de çıkan olaylarda vurularak ölen Aydın Erdem’in anma töreninde çatışma çıktı.


Hakkari’nin Yüksekova İlçesi’nin BDP’li Belediye Başkanı Ruken Yetişkin, ‘Terör örgütü propagandası yapmak’ suçundan aldığı cezanın infazı için dün Bitlis E Tipi Cezaevi’ne girerken, bugün Hakkari’de olaylar çıktı. Mahalle aralarında ateş yakıp slogan atan bir grup polisle çatıştı. Polis göstericilere gaz bombası ve tazyikli suyla müdahale etti. More…

Yüksekova Savaş Alanına Döndü


08 Aralık 2010

İstanbul Bağcılar’da 2004 yılında düzenlenen bir etkinlik nedeniyle hakkında »terör örgütü propagandası » yaptığı iddiasıyla dava açılan BDP’li Yüksekova Belediye Başkanı Ruken Yetişkin, verilen hapis cezasının Yargıtayca onaylanması üzerine 2 gün önce tutuklanarak Bitlis Cezaevi’ne konulmuştu.

Yüksekova’da, Yetişkin’in cezaevine konulmasına tepki gösteren bir grup, Cengiz Topel Caddesi Cezaevi kavşağında toplandı. Yola barikat kurup ateş yakan gruptakiler, olay yerine gelen polise, taş ve molotofkokteyli ile saldırdı. Polisin müdahalesi üzerine grup ara sokaklara dağıldı.

Esnaf da olaylar üzerine iş yerlerini kapattı. İlçede alınan geniş güvenlik önlemleri sürüyor.

Université : affrontements à Merida – 8 décembre 2010

Detienen a dos estudiantes por disturbios en Mérida


miércoles 8 de diciembre de 2010

“Estos manifestantes se encontraban incinerando neumáticos y agrediendo a los servidores públicos, quienes acordonaron la zona para evitar que agredieran a los conductores y vecinos de la Avenida Don Tulio”, dijo el comandante de la Policía de Mérida.

Mérida.- El comandante de la Policía de Mérida (Polimer), Juan Pedro Grillo, informó sobre la detención de dos estudiantes de la facultad de Medicina de la Universidad de Los Andes (ULA), quienes presuntamente participaron en las acciones violentas este miércoles en las adyacencias de la Avenida Don Tulio, en la capital del estado andino. Mas…

Election : émeute à Haïti – 7-8 décembre 2010

VIDEO AFP : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=v0EkAxNtRGM

Riots, looting break out in Haiti amid protests over disputed presidential election


Wednesday, December 8th 2010, 3:34 PM

BY Helen Kennedy

Rioters set fire to the headquarters of Haiti‘s ruling party Wednesday as protests over the disputed presidential election spread throughout the earthquake-ravaged capital.

Flights to Haiti were canceled as street battles and reports of looting spread to other parts of the country.

President Rene Preval went on the radio to call for calm and defend the election. Read more…

Haïti s’enfonce dans la violence après l’annonce des résultats électoraux



Avec AFP et Reuters. Manifestations, tirs sporadiques, barricades et incendies : la tension est allée croissant en Haïti, mercredi 8 décembre, au lendemain de l’annonce des résultats préliminaires de la présidentielle.

* Quatre morts et plusieurs blessés lors de violentes protestations

Trois jeunes manifestants ont été tués par balles au cours de violents affrontements qui ont éclaté dans la ville des Cayes, à environ 200 km de Port-au-Prince, a indiqué un ancien sénateur, Gabriel Fortuné. « Un jeune a été abattu devant le bureau électoral départemental par des casques bleus sénégalais, et deux autres ont été tués à l’entrée de la ville, où un commissariat de police a été saccagé et les policiers désarmés », a-t-il ajouté. Des médias locaux ont par ailleurs annoncé la mort d’un jeune manifestant au Cap-Haïtien, à 300 km au nord de la capitale. Lire la suite…

Haïti livré à des violences après une présidentielle contestée


De Clarens RENOIS

8 12 2010

PORT-AU-PRINCE — Un jeune a été tué mercredi en Haïti et plusieurs ont été blessés par balles lors des manifestations violentes qui ont éclaté après la proclamation des résultats du premier tour de la présidentielle et qui ont amené le président René Préval a appelé au calme.

Un jeune manifestant a été tué par balles au Cap-Haïtien dans le nord du pays au cours d’affrontements entre les partisans du candidat à la présidence Jude Célestin, soutenu par le pouvoir, et ceux du chanteur populaire Michel Martelly, écarté du second tour, selon des médias locaux.

Mardi soir, avec trois heures de retard, le Conseil électoral a annoncé que le deuxième tour opposerait le 16 janvier l’ex-Première Dame Mirlande Manigat (31% des voix) à Jude Célestin (22%). Michel Martelly, arrivé troisième (21%), est le grand perdant du scrutin. Plus…

L’annonce des résultats des élections entraîne des violences en Haïti

Sudouest.fr avec AFP

8 décembre 2010

Des barricades ont été érigées mardi soir à Port-au-Prince où des coups de feu ont été tirés. Des débuts d’incendies se sont également déclarés dans de petits commerces peu après l’annonce des résultats du premier tour de la présidentielle

A Pétion-Ville, banlieue de Port-au-Prince, plusieurs centaines de jeunes cagoulés couraient dans les rues, pour la plupart bloquées, pour demander l’annulation du scrutin. Une scène qui trouvait un écho dans plusieurs villes du pays selon les radios locales. Plus…


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Université : affrontements à Rome - 7 décembre 2010

Université : affrontement à Zulia - 7 décembre 2010

Affrontements à Milan - 7 décembre 2010

Logement : échauffourées à Rome - 6 décembre 2010

Affrontement à Recuay (Ancash) - 6 décembre 2010

Anniversaire de la mort d’Alexis Grigoropoulos : affrontements à Athènes - 6 décembre 2010

Affrontements à Chitungwiza - 5 décembre 2010

Elections : affrontements à Haïti - 5 décembre 2010

Football : affrontement à Istanbul - 5 décembre 2010

Emeutes au Kashmir indien - 4 décembre 2010

Emeute ouvrière à Ashulia - 4 décembre 2010

Nigeria : Et toujours des combats avec les "Talibans nigerians" !

Affrontements à l’Île de Paques - 3 décembre 2010 — 2 comments

Emeute à Srinagar - 3 décembre 2010

Elections : barricades à Abidjan - 3 décembre 2010

Commerce informel : affrontements à Guayaquil - 2 décembre 2010

Université : affrontements à Bologne - 2 décembre 2010

Université : affrontement à Athènes - 2 décembre 2010

Expulsion : émeute à la colonia Juarez (Mexico) - 2 décembre 2010

Université : affrontements à Rome -1 décembre 2010

Football : émeute à Birmingham - 1 décembre 2010

Université : affrontements à Maracay - décembre 2010

Affrontements meurtriers à Burdwan - décembre 2010

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