http://askanews.it/upload/images/10_2016/15/libia-161015145003.jpg

Internazionale

Ghwell ha accusato il Consiglio di Presidenza guidato da al-Sarraj (nella foto a suinistra) di minare l'unità nazionale e di essere una pedina delle forze straniere che vogliono dividere il Paese. Quindi è chiaro che possano manifestarsi anche al loro interno meccanismi di tipo scissionistico, che potrebbero indurre qualcuno a prendere addirittura la via di una rivolta in armi, al di là del tentativo di colpo di Stato effettuato nei giorni scorsi.
  • Gardai swoop across Dublin in targeted organised crime raids

    Gardai swoop across Dublin in targeted organised crime raids

    Internazionale

    It is investigating serious organised criminal activity in Dublin, and suspected money laundering operations. The raids involved a number of private residences, along with several commercial premises associated with the motor trade. CAB officers are investigating if the motor trade is being used to supply vehicles to criminal gangs and their associates and hide the profits of drug dealing.
  • United Nations chides North Korea for latest "grave violation"

    Internazionale

    On Saturday, North Korea test-fired an intermediate-range Musudan missile from the northwestern city of Kusong in North Pyongan Province, but the missile exploded seconds after its launch. The council said it "regretted" that North Korea is "diverting resources to the pursuit of ballistic missiles" while the country's "citizens have great unmet needs" and urged the regime to "refrain" from further actions including nuclear tests.
  • Google introduces click-to-message function on search ads

    Google introduces click-to-message function on search ads

    Internazionale

    The icon shows up next to the main ad in Google Search and as a message below the ad such as "Got Questions?" The internet giant has been testing the so-called "click-to-message" ad message extension for several months already, but it will soon be ready for prime time, with a broader rollout arriving in the "coming weeks," according to Amit Agarwal, Google's senior product manager for mobile search ads.
  • Intesa Sanpaolo, presa la banda rapinatori del caveau: 17 arresti a Torino

    Intesa Sanpaolo, presa la banda rapinatori del caveau: 17 arresti a Torino

    Internazionale

    I provvedimenti sono stati spiccati dal gip Giacomo Marson con l'accusa di associazione per delinquere finalizzata alla commissione di rapine e furti pluriaggravati. Nel corso dell'operazione sono state sequestrate armi, maschere in lattice, parrucche e guanti oltre ad attrezzi da scasso, duplicati di telecomandi, di chiavi di sicurezza, cellulari e materiale elettronico, teaser, jammer e chiavette usb.
  • Baylor officials address scandal to Big 12 board

    Internazionale

    In June, the Big 12 boasted record revenue sharing and a championship game restart and six weeks later dropped the bomb that commissioner Bob Bowlsby had been charged with researching expansion candidates. Pollard said there was not a vote taken because it was a consensus agreement among school presidents, though the athletic directors were not in the room.
  • Tim Kaine to campaign in Charlotte for early voting

    Tim Kaine to campaign in Charlotte for early voting

    Internazionale

    Kaine will campaign in Charlotte Thursday with an event at Heist Brewery in NoDa to encourage early voting. But those interested in attending can RSVP here for Charlotte; here for Asheville; and here for Durham. The race is still close in North Carolina, with Clinton up by 3 percentage points in the latest RealClear Politics average for recent polls in the state.
  • Girls 'unwilling' to leave Boko Haram

    Girls 'unwilling' to leave Boko Haram

    Internazionale

    The militants released 21 of the Chibok girls after the Red Cross and the Swiss government brokered a deal, and are willing to negotiate the release of 83 more, President Muhammadu Buhari's spokesman said on Sunday. Bitrus said the freed girls were used as domestic workers and porters but were not sexually abused. But the girls may face less stigma than others abducted by Boko Haram because of widespread support and the worldwide attention on their plight, she added.
  • United Nations denounces North's recent failed missile test

    United Nations denounces North's recent failed missile test

    Internazionale

    The U.S. Strategic Command, which detected Saturday's launch, said the failed missile was sacked near the city of Kusong, located to the northwest. The council noted that Saturday's attempted launch followed 11 previous ballistic missile launches and a nuclear test on September 9, all in violation of its resolutions.
  • Utah officials rebuff Trump, say election is not 'rigged'

    Utah officials rebuff Trump, say election is not 'rigged'

    Internazionale

    And voters trust the Republican Party more than Trump on key issues. This is HuffPollster for Tuesday, October 18, 2016 . With the help of our in-house pollster Scott Clement, I studied the 14 percent of registered voters who support neither Clinton nor Trump in the four-way poll test....