20th -27th September

U.N. Deal on Syrian Arms Is Milestone After Years of Inertia -26/09/2013 – The New York times

UNITED NATIONS — The five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council have agreed on a resolution that will require Syria to give up its chemical weapons, but there will be no automatic penalties if the Syrians fail to comply, officials said Thursday.

Le journaliste Ali Anouzla dans les griffes du pouvoir -26/09/2013 -Courrier international

After a week of police custody, the independent journalist Ali Anouzla was placed on September 24th in detention on remand for incentive(terrorism. An arbitrary arrest made by a power which takes up with the authoritarian practices, denounces Hicham El-Alaoui.

Europa kiest voorzichtige opstelling in VN-Syriëresolutie -26/09/2013- Mo*

Herman Van Rompuy, the president of the European Council, declared at the  General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) that the European Union (EU) wants a clear resolution on the Syrian conflict, but doesn’t pick sides in the dispute between Russia and the United States. De European Commission (EC) announced in a press release that the EU and its member states together are the largest donor of emergency en rehabilitation assistance for Syria.

Iran : rencontre historique Kerry-Zarif et reprise des négociations– 27/09/2013 – LeMonde

The negotiations on Iranian nuclear power will start again on October 15th and 16th in Geneva, announced, on Thursday, September 26th to the UNO, minister of European diplomacy, Catherine Ashton.

Liberté d’experssion En tunisie : Tours de vis  -27/09/2013 -Lepoint

Arm in the back, the lowered head, Klay BBJ accused the shock:  » six months of imprisonment  » for insulting behavior and infringement on common decency. Outside, the kids of the school nearby, who had welcomed him upon his arrival in the court of Hammamet with whistles and applauses, are at first hesitating, then they improvise a demonstration:  » Libérez Klay!  » They shout in lifting clouds of dust under the wrathful look of a guard.