11 Tonnen Kokain beschlagnahmt – 144 Verhaftungen rund um die „NGHRAGHETA“

Der NGHRAGHETA Hafen und Yachthafen: „Giola Tauro“ in Kalabrien mit besten Verbindungen zur Albaner Mafia

Droga, smantellato cartello Italia-Usa-Colombia: 144 arresti, sequestrate 11 tnl cocaina

Droga, smantellato cartello Italia-Usa-Colombia: 144 arresti, sequestrate 11 tnl cocaina

L’operazione ‚Due mari‘ coordinata dalla direzione distrettuale Antimafia di Reggio Calabria e condotta insieme Guardia di Finanza, polizia nazionale colombiana e l’americana Dea. I fratelli Monteleone, „punti di riferimento del narcotraffico internazionale nella Locride“

ROMA – Italia- Colombia-Stati Uniti. Una maxi operazione anti droga portata avanti da Guardia di finanza, Polizia nazionale colombiana e Dea ha smantellato un ‚cartello‘ internazionale di narcotrafficanti, ritenuto dagli investigatori „pericolosissimo“. Gli arresti, in tuto sono stati 144, solo tra Italia e Colombia 33, 11 le tonnellate di cocaina sequestrate che, una volta lavorata e immessa in commercio, avrebbe fruttato circa 3 miliardi di euro.

L’operazione è stata chiamata ‚Due Mari‘ e il filone italiano dell’inchiesta, diretta dalla direzione distrettuale antimafia di Reggio Calabria, ha permesso di identificare 15 narcotrafficanti accusati di aver importato in italia oltre 240 kg di cocaina purissima. In contemporanea la Guardia di Finanza ha monitorato le operazioni monetarie. L’organizzazione si avvaleva di una struttura parallela, una batteria di corrieri che prelevava il denaro dagli acquirenti calabresi e lo faceva arrivare ai fornitori colombiani.

L’organizzazione in Italia – secondo gli investigatori – aveva come principali promotori i fratelli Franco e Giuseppe Cosimo Monteleone, „punti di riferimento e capisaldi storici del narcotraffico internazionale nella Locride“. I narcotrafficanti  dall’America Latina soggiornavano e operavano a Platì, dimostrando „quanto la ’ndrangheta continua ad operare a livello internazionale“ hanno sottolineato gli inquirenti.

I narcotrafficanti operavano in Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Messico, Brasile, Lima, Cile, Venezuela, Repubblica Dominicana, Ecuador. Le indagini in Sud America hanno portato all‘arresto di 111 persone, tutti in flagranza di reato, e alla scoperta di 7 laboratori clandestini

Droga, smantellato cartello Italia-Usa-Colombia: 144 arresti, sequestrate 11 tnl cocaina

La parte di inchiesta italiana, ha permesso la nascita di quella dell’americana Dea, ‚Angry Pirate Due‘, che gli Stati Uniti hanno svolto in diversi Paesi del mondo, servendosi delle informazioni comuni e arrivando agli stessi fornitori e in parte, anche gli stessi clienti.

Droga, smantellato cartello Italia-Usa-Colombia: 144 arresti, sequestrate 11 tnl cocaina

Solo in Colombia ci sono stati 22 provvedimenti di custodia e l’identificazione dei membri chiave dell’Esercito di Liberazione Nazionale (Eln), un’organizzazione terroristica responsabile di estorsioni, sequestri di persona e omicidi. Un cartello potentissimo che esportava droga. L’Eln garantiva la sicurezza del trasporto dai laboratori ai punti deposito stranieri. Lì la droga passava sotto il controllo dei Los Urabenos Bandas Criminales (Bacrim) che la facevano uscire dalla Colombia. La cocaina veniva imbarcata su navi mercantili e imbarcazioni da pesca (barche go-fast), poi passava per Costa Rica, Panama, Repubblica Dominicana e infine, smistata, arrivava in Europa e negli Stati Uniti.

Droga, smantellato cartello Italia-Usa-Colombia: 144 arresti, sequestrate 11 tnl cocaina

I particolari sono stati illustrati in una conferenza stampa che si è tenuta presso la direzione Nazionale Antimafia e Antiterrorismo a Roma, alla presenza del procuratore nazionale antimafia Franco Roberti, del procuratore capo di Reggio Calabria Cafiero De Raho, di rappresentanti della Guardia di Finanza, della Dea americana, della polizia colombiana e della Dcsa. http://www.lametino.it/Cronaca/operazione-due-mari-contro-narcotraffico-video.html

Droga, smantellato cartello Italia-Usa-Colombia: 144 arresti, sequestrate 11 tnl cocaina
Droga, smantellato cartello Italia-Usa-Colombia: 144 arresti, sequestrate 11 tnl cocaina

L’operazione ‚Due mari‘ coordinata dalla direzione distrettuale Antimafia di Reggio Calabria e condotta insieme Guardia di Finanza, polizia nazionale colombiana e l’americana Dea. I fratelli Monteleone, „punti di riferimento del narcotraffico internazionale nella Locride“…………………..http://www.repubblica.it/cronaca/2016/06/30/news/operazione_antidroga_tra_italia_usa_e_colombia_arresti_e_sequestri-143105370/

Helth System Kosovo: Environmental Minister Resigns Over Bribery Scandal

Kosovo: Environmental Minister Resigns Over Bribery Scandal

Environmental minister Ferid Agani, accused by a prosecutor of involvement in a bribery scandal, was released from his position on Monday.

Screen_Shot_2016-06-23_at_2.55.53_PM_copy.pngPristina, Kosovo (Photo Credit: Wikipedia)He asked Prime Minister Isa Mustafa in a letter to let him quit until he is declared innocent, Reuters reported.

The scandal, which occurred when he was serving as health ministerunder the previous administration, involved doctors and others taking bribes of up to US$ 560 in order to refer patients, some of which were already dead, to two private clinics. Sixty-four people, including 44 doctors, were indicted last Wednesday in connection with the scheme.

The Office of the Chief State Prosecutor wrote that Agani was accused of abusing his official position of authority, under the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kosovo. He allegedly signed papers that paid € 4.5 million (US$ 5.11 million) to the clinics, Reuters reported.

Agani, who has previously served as a Member of Parliament, is currently an assistant professor at the University of Pristina and the president of the Justice Party.

He has professed his innocence, posting on Facebook that his party stands in firm and unanimous support for its head, and that the leadership is convinced that the truth will prevail.

He also asked for his followers to keep their faith in him, a minister who was known as a health care reformer in Kosovo.

Political analyst Halil Toshi said that an indictment against a minister should be a cause for worry. The case may raise some questions, he added, as there are other big corruption cases that have not been tackled yet, Telegrafi wrote.

Kosovo’s healthcare system ranks as one of the worst in Europe, and the Citizens Network for Peace, Reconciliation and Human Security wrote in March that a mindset within the country is if a bribe to a doctor or nurse is not provided, then there will be no service or care.

Kosovo ranked 103 out of 168 in the 2015 Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index.

A former ruling party legislator was in court earlier in June for allegedly running a gang that bribed officials and faked documents in order to get land cheaply, overall depriving the state and Kosovo Serbs millions of dollars.

https://www.occrp.org/en/daily/5398-kosovo-environmental-minister-resigns-over-bribery-scandal

Hillary Clinton: Nation Building Massaker with criminals: South- Sudan

Germany, Frank Walter Steinmeier are partner with this crime enterprise: South Sudan

New Nation, Long War

In South Sudan, It’s Hard to Tell the Soldiers From the Criminals

Illustration: Adam Maida

Read Part 1 and Part 2 of this series.

Ding Col Dau Ding was successful, handsome, and fit. Born in Britain, he was an avid soccer player as a boy. As a man, he was a generous physician with an urge to give back to his ancestral homeland.

One thing he wasn’t was murdered. At least, that’s the official position of the office of South Sudan’s president.

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Dr. Ding Col Dau Ding

Photo: Courtesy of the Ding family

This is not to say Ding is alive. He died on October 27, 2015, late at night, in his home. When I visited his grave earlier this year, it was decorated with a greeting card — a commemoration of the 40th birthday he never saw — and some artificial flowers.The exact circumstances of Ding’s death may never be known. Some people say the doctor, pharmacologist, and Oxford-trained neuroscientist took his own life. Some say his death was accidental. The latter is the government line.

“Ding was not killed,” presidential press secretary Ateny Wek Ateny told me recently. “He died inadvertently. There was no foul play.”

This wasn’t the first time that Ateny had commented on Ding’s demise. A day after Ding was found shot to death, Ateny’s office issued an official “condolence message” that suggested Ding had killed himself.

If Ding died by his own hand or in some accident, the circumstances must be counted among the strangest imaginable. Would he really choose to shoot himself in the back of the head? Would he eschew using his dominant hand to fire the shot? And after shooting himself but before he died, would he scrub his bedroom so thoroughly that there was no blood splatter whatsoever? And what about the other gunshot, the one fired through his bedroom wardrobe? Had he accidentally fired that shot first and then accidentally shot himself in the back of the head?

TOPSHOT - South Sudanese civilians flee fighting in an United Nations base in the northeastern town of Malakal on February 18, 2016, where gunmen opened fire on civilians sheltering inside killing at least five people.</p> <p>Gunfire broke out in the base in Malakal in the northeast Upper Nile region on February 17, 2016 night, with clashes continuing on Thursday morning that left large plumes of smoke rising from burning tents in the camp which houses over 47,000 civilians.<br /> / AFP / Justin LYNCH (Photo credit should read JUSTIN LYNCH/AFP/Getty Images)

South Sudanese civilians flee fighting in a U.N. base in the northeastern town of Malakal, where gunmen opened fire on civilians sheltering inside, killing at least five people on Feb. 18, 2016.

Photo: Justin Lynch/AFP/Getty Images

South Sudan is a violent place. Somewhere between 50,000 and 300,000 people are thought to have been killed since the country plunged into an atrocity-filled civil war in December 2013. An August 2015 peace pact and a recently forged unity government have provided some optimism, but violence continues.The crimes began in the capital, Juba, with massacres of ethnic Nuers by troops loyal to President Salva Kiir, an ethnic Dinka. Juba calmed down after the first weeks of fighting, but the bloodshed did not completely subside. It was democratized, putting persons of all ethnicities and nationalities at risk. Last year saw an epidemic of attacks — ranging from home invasions to what appear to be murders-for-hire conducted by “unknown gunmen,” a moniker that the government and the press each claim the other coined. There’s an underlying assumption that many of these crimes can be traced to the country’s security services. In some cases, members of the forces themselves are blamed. In others, police or members of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army, or SPLA, rent out their weapons and uniforms for a fee and a share of a night’s illicit gains. And there are independent criminal gangs that may sometimes operate with the aid of members of the security forces.

Relatives and other mourners watch as the body of South Sudanese journalist Peter Julius Moi is taken into the mortuary in Juba, South Sudan Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015. The father of Moi, a reporter for the Corporate Weekly, says unknown gunmen shot his son twice in the back and killed him late Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 on the outskirts of the capital Juba, in an attack that came days after President Salva Kiir was reported to have threatened to kill reporters "working against the country." (AP Photo/Jason Patinkin)

Relatives and other mourners watch as the body of journalist Peter Julius Moi is taken into the mortuary in Juba, South Sudan, Aug. 20, 2015.

Photo: Jason Patinkin/AP Photo

Talk to people in Juba and they’ll tell you about the toll of the gunshots that echo in the night. Take reporter Peter Moi, shot twice in the back and killed while walking home last August, no personal effects taken, days after President Kiir threatened to kill journalists. Then there’s Barach Mayendit, shot dead by an unknown gunman outside his home while brushing his teeth; the attack by gunmen on a man who sold cakes in Juba’s Konyo Konyo Market — they killed him and took his cash, then terrorized his neighbors and stole their cellphones; the incident in which a member of the “777 Police” — an emergency response unit — was killed in a shootout with gunmen, one of whom was wounded and turned out to be a member of the presidential guard; the killing of two people in the Tongping neighborhood one morning and the attack by armed gunmen on a compound in that neighborhood the same night; the elderly woman shot to death in a robbery; the man killed in an armed robbery that netted the equivalent of 2 U.S. dollars; the gunmen who went house to house robbing people in Juba’s Lologo neighborhood, killing one woman and kidnapping three other people (reports indicated that the 777 Police were called but never arrived); the member of the National Security Service shot dead, witnesses say, by fellow members of the NSS; and the case in which armed gunmen raided a home in the Rock City neighborhood but were driven off by gunfire from an SPLA captain who lived nearby (the captain reportedly called the 777 Police for help, and neighbors initially said the 777 Police arrived and killed the captain, but later reports claimed it was the original group of gunmen — suspected to be members of the NSS — who returned to the scene and killed him). Just recently, unknown gunmen killed a father of two at his cellphone-charging stall in Tongping, and the body of another victim, a mother of four, was dumped in Rock City. This past weekend, at 1:45 a.m. on Saturday, a South Sudanese member of the U.S. Embassy’s Local Guard Force was shot while on duty and later died at Juba Teaching Hospital, according to an embassy spokesperson.Although he was unable to provide me with statistics, Brig. Daniel Justin Boulo Achor, the chief spokesperson of the National Police Service, assured me that crime is on the decline. Outside experts say otherwise. Anecdotal evidence indicates that killings by unknown gunmen have ebbed in recent months, but these are just the most atrocious example of the lawlessness that pervades the capital. Assaults and armed robberies, official shakedowns, extrajudicial detentions, and a host of other crimes have continued. “Our national security agencies are infiltrated by criminals,” says Edmund Yakani, the executive director of Community Empowerment for Progress Organization, or CEPO, a civil society group that promotes human rights.

Members of the security forces don’t exactly disagree. Police and military officials both blame each other’s forces for the violence. For his part, Abubakar Mohamed Ramadan, the SPLA’s senior judge advocate, says crimes are committed by criminal gangs that wear SPLA uniforms, but they’re not SPLA. In response, CEPO’s Edmund Yakani asks a logical question: “How do they get access to official state uniforms — uniforms that belong to the police or the SPLA? And brand new uniforms?”

In fact, a list of court cases from the last week in March, obtained from an SPLA officer, indicates soldiers are indeed engaged in illegal activity and are sometimes arrested and prosecuted for it. The list shows eight ongoing civil and criminal cases involving crimes against civilians by SPLA personnel, including three murders — one of them involving three soldiers. Also listed were two cases of trespassing, one of “house trespass,” another of criminal intimidation, and one “money demand,” in addition to two cases of SPLA-on-SPLA crime and a case of “cheating” brought by members of the police against soldiers. At the time, three of five cases against members of the SPLA then on appeal before the South Sudan Supreme Court or the South Sudan Appeals Court were murder cases.

BOR, SOUTH SUDAN - FEBRUARY 27: South Sudan Liberation Army (SPLA) forces patrol on the streets in Bor,the capital of the eastern state of Jonglei on February 27, 2014. South Sudanese people fled to the refugee camp in Bor due to the ongoing clashes between security forces and opposition groups of Riek Machar try to survive under difficult life conditions. Thousands of people died and more than 800,000 are displaced because of the conflicts in the country. (Photo by Mohammed Elshamy/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SPLA forces patrol the streets in Bor, the capital of the eastern state of Jonglei, South Sudan, on Feb. 27, 2014.

Photo: Mohammed Elshamy/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

The Founder’s Daughter

If anyone should be safe from government harassment, it’s Nyagoa Bany.

The daughter of one of the founding fathers of South Sudan — whom she closely resembles — Bany is forever being stopped by people who greet her with wide smiles and words of admiration for her late father. She is akin to the first daughter of South Sudan. But recently, like many others, she found herself beaten by soldiers.

Drive down Juba University Road at 9:45 p.m. and you’ll find a lively street scene. Knots of friends stroll and talk, they cluster around restaurants, they sit in ubiquitous red or blue or white plastic chairs drinking coffee and smoking shisha at innumerable open-air roadside cafes. Roll down your windows and the sweet smell, the hum of the nightlife washes over you. On March 5, 2016, Bany was driving down Juba University Road at that very time.

After Bany pulled over to let a friend out of the car, a camouflage-colored SPLA pickup truck, its lights flashing, roared up behind her. The street is narrow, filled with motor bikes (called boda-bodas) and parked cars, so with nowhere to go, Bany eased her Toyota RAV4 into a roadside ditch. The SPLA truck, bristling with soldiers in its flatbed, slammed to a stop in front of her. Six uniformed troops jumped down and surrounded her car.

“You’re blocking the road!” one of them shouted.

Bany rolled down her window.

“Malesh,” she said, apologizing in Arabic.

One of the soldiers responded with a vicious slap to her face, she told me. Saying nothing, she looked him in the eye and was struck again.

Michelle D’Arcy, a Canadian aid worker, saw everything from the backseat. Another passenger in the car, a friend of Bany’s, also apologized to the soldiers and tried to explain that they were just heading home after a funeral. The apologetic friend grabbed hold of Bany when a soldier reached through the open window, unlocked the door, and tried to yank Bany out of the car. It was a tug of war, the soldier pulling Bany by the legs, her friend struggling to keep her in the vehicle.

Bany’s friend managed to hold her in the car, so the soldier retreated to the truck, grabbed a metal pipe, and headed back toward the RAV4, just as two other SPLA vehicles pulled up. Bany slammed the door shut, put the car into drive, and wheeled around, making a fast U-turn and racing off into the night. “In the chaos, we got lucky,” she told me.

In the days after the incident, Bany used her government connections to make inquiries, but the local military commander would not give up the names of the men serving in the area that night. He told Bany that she needed to provide him with the license plate number. But the tag, Bany told me, had been removed from the truck — an increasingly common practice for government vehicles prowling Juba’s streets.

“So many people said to her, ‘It’s so horrible that William Nyuon’s daughter was beaten like this,’” D’Arcy remarked as we all chatted at a picturesque spot along the Nile River a couple of weeks later.

“It’s horrible that anyone is beaten,” Bany interjected.

Troops of the South Sudanese army (SPLA) wait for the arrival of members of the Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism (CTSAMM) at the Pillbam military base in Juba on April 16, 2016.<br /> The SPLA permitted the CTSAMM to visit their military sites and verify whether or not the capital Juba has been demilitarized as required by the August 2015 peace agreement which President Salva Kiir's government signed with the armed opposition faction led by First Vice President designate Riek Machar. CTSAMM is responsible for monitoring compliance and reporting directly to the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) on the progress of the implementation of the Permanent Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements. / AFP / ALBERT GONZALEZ FARRAN (Photo credit should read ALBERT GONZALEZ FARRAN/AFP/Getty Images)

SPLA troops wait for the arrival of members of the Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism at the Pillbam military base in Juba, South Sudan, on April 16, 2016.

Photo: Albert Gonzalez Farran/AFP/Getty Images

The Geologist

If Juba had a modern or even halfwayfunctioning health care system, Gorong Ngundeng Teny might have told me about his run-in with the city’s infamous “unknown gunmen.” But it doesn’t, so he couldn’t.

The scion of a prominent Nuer family, the 34-year-old Teny grew up in Khartoum, Sudan. A refugee of the war for South Sudan’s independence, he helped establish an English-language primary school for fellow southern Sudanese in Khartoum. He would later move south and, in his 20s, serve as deputy headmaster of another school before resuming his own schooling and graduating from the University of Juba in 2013. Shortly thereafter, he became a junior geologist with Nile Petroleum, the government oil company.

When South Sudan exploded into civil war and Nuers were being massacred, Teny took refuge, like so many from his tribe, in one of the United Nations Protection of Civilians sites. Teny eventually returned to work in Juba, moving into a residential compound not far from his alma mater, where he lived with his wife and other family members.

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Ding’s death has destroyed the family.

“I wish every day that somebody will come up to me and say, ‘Zeinab, I want to tell you what happened in this house.’ … I pray every night that I will find out the person responsible,” she tells me. “If they want to kill me, let them kill me, but I’m waiting for that person. I want to meet him face to face.”

Part 1: Hillary Clinton’s State Department Gave South Sudan’s Military a Pass for Its Child Soldiers
Part 2: “We Can Assassinate You at Any Time” — Journalists Face Abduction and Murder in South Sudan

Reporting for this story by Nick Turse, who is the author of Next Time They’ll Come to Count the Dead: War and Survival in South Sudan, was made possible through the support of Lannan Foundation.

https://theintercept.com/2016/06/16/i

Serbian Prime Minister Cancels Western Trips

Serbian Prime Minister Cancels Western Trips

Surprise announcement after meeting EU, U.S. diplomats follows PM’s earlier visit with Russian leader Putin.

15 June 2016

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic confirmed yesterday he had cancelled planned visits to Brussels and the United States, a day after meeting the EU and U.S. ambassadors to Belgrade.

 

Vucic did not divulge what was said at the meetings. As Balkan Insight notes, Serbian media close to the government accused the ambassadors of fomenting dissent by backing recent protests against a big construction project in Belgrade.

 

EU Commission

“Serbia takes care of her dignity and I do not respond well to pressures. We will continue on our EU path, but on some issues, we have different points of view,” Vucic (pictured) said.

 

There is also speculation in local media about the role President Vladimir Putin of Russia, Serbia’s strongest ally, plays in Serbian affairs. During Vucic’s unannounced visit to Russia last month, he and Putin discussed the makeup of the next Serbian cabinet, the Kremlin website said, according to B92.

 

Large protests over the past month against a proposed massive government-backed commercial development on the Belgrade riverfront have put Vucic, a former ultranationalist now lobbying for EU membership, on guard. He has been unable to form a new government although his Progressive Party easily won the April national elections.

 

“It was my decision to cancel the trip, not theirs. This decision will not threaten our relationship with the U.S. or the EU since I have shown them that I am a serious politician,” Vucic told the media yesterday, Balkan Insight reports.

 

His reluctance to explain the reason behind the sudden cancellations has fueled speculation that Serbia faced Russian pressure to back out of the talks, ABC News says. Serbia is Moscow’s closest ally in the Balkans and has refused to join in Western sanctions on Russia.

 

Both the EU and U.S. ambassadors strongly denied any connection to the protests in Belgrade.

 

 

  • ABC News refers to unnamed analysts who believe Putin told Vucic that the pro-Russian Socialist Party must remain in the government.

 

  • Serbian daily Vecernje Novosti speculated along similar lines, suggesting Russia wished Socialist leader and acting Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic to stay in the cabinet, B92 says.

 

  • Protests against the UAE-backed Belgrade Waterfront development were sparked by the late-night demolition of residential and commercial property. Vucic acknowledged in May that top Belgrade officials orchestrated the demolitions, and that they will face legal consequences.

Serbian Prime Minister Cancels Western Trips

Surprise announcement after meeting EU, U.S. diplomats follows PM’s

earlier visit with Russian leader Putin.

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic confirmed yesterday he had

cancelled planned visits to Brussels and the United States, a day after

meeting the EU and U.S. ambassadors to Belgrade.

Vucic did not divulge what was said at the meetings. As Balkan Insight

notes, Serbian media close to the government accused the ambassadors

of fomenting dissent by backing recent protests against a big construction

project in Belgrade.

“Serbia takes care of her dignity and I do not respond well to

pressures. We will continue on our EU path, but on some issues, we

have different points of view,” Vucic said.

There is also speculation in local media about the role President Vladimir

Putin of Russia, Serbia’s strongest ally, plays in Serbian affairs. During

Vucic’s unannounced visit to Russia last month, he and Putin discussed the

makeup of the next Serbian cabinet, the Kremlin website said, according to

B92.

Large protests over the past month against a proposed massive

government-backed commercial development on the Belgrade riverfront

have put Vucic, a former ultranationalist now lobbying for EU membership,

on guard. He has been unable to form a new government although his

Progressive Party easily won the April national elections.

“It was my decision to cancel the trip, not theirs. This decision will not

threaten our relationship with the U.S. or the EU since I have shown them

that I am a serious politician,” Vucic told the media yesterday, Balkan

Insight reports.

His reluctance to explain the reason behind the sudden cancellations has

fueled speculation that Serbia faced Russian pressure to back out of the

talks, ABC News says. Serbia is Moscow’s closest ally in the Balkans and

has refused to join in Western sanctions on Russia.

Both the EU and U.S. ambassadors strongly denied any connection to the

protests in Belgrade.

 ABC News refers to unnamed analysts who believe Putin told Vucic

that the pro-Russian Socialist Party must remain in the government.

 Serbian daily Vecernje Novosti speculated along similar lines,

suggesting Russia wished Socialist leader and acting Foreign

Minister Ivica Dacic to stay in the cabinet, B92 says.

 Protests against the UAE-backed Belgrade Waterfront development

were sparked by the late-night demolition of residential and

commercial property. Vucic acknowledged in May that top Belgrade

officials orchestrated the demolitions, and that they will face legal

consequences.

Compiled by Matthew Finkel

http://www.tol.org/client/article/25991-serbia-vucic-russia-eu-us-diplomacy.html

NATO – Non Stop Sabotage und Zerstörung von Staates: von Libyen, Syrien bis heute Mazedonien

Die US und NATO finanzierten sind schon ein einmaliges Welt Verbrechen, wie Kumanovo mit den Terroristen, wie Beg Rezaj, alle mit US Pass und in der Bondsteel Anlage im Kosovo beschäftigt. Die Terroristen Familien konnten ihre in 2015 zerstörten illegal gebauten  Häuser, erneut aufbauen.
Deutschland mit Steinmeier ist immer dabei: *** vor allem seitdem Mazedonien den IMF rausgeworfen hat.

 

Augenzeugenbericht aus Sirt: IS errichtet Terrorherrschaft in Libyen

Augenzeugenbericht aus Sirt IS errichtet Terrorherrschaft in Libyen

In der libyschen Hafenstadt Sirt hat die Terrormiliz „Islamischer Staat“ ein drakonisches Regime errichtet. Augenzeugen berichten, wie brutal es dort zugeht. mehr…

100 % Lügen, der Ober Pädophile Daniel Cohn-Bendit, im Solde der CIA Terroristen und Kopf Abschneider wie mit den Kosvovo Terroristen in 1999.

Solche dreisten frei erfundenen Lügen musste man sich im TV anhören. CIA Ratten des Krieges.

 

 

18 May 16

Macedonia Court Calls Halt to June 5 Elections

In a blow to plans by Macedonia’s ruling party to press on with elections on June 5, the Constitutional Court has ruled that the dissolution of parliament ahead of the polls was unconstitutional.

Sinisa Jakov Marusic
BIRN

Skopje

The Macedonian Constitutional Court | Photo: ustavensud.mk

All nine judges on Macedonia’s Constitutional Court on Wednesday ruled the dissolution of parliament unconstitutional, which means that all preparations for elections on June 5 now have to stop.

Ahead of the ruling, Court President Elena Gosheva said the court would make a „precedent“ and accept the initiative from the junior ruling party, the Democratic Union for Integration, DUI, on account of the dire political crisis in the country.

The ruling on Wednesday has a temporary character, and the Court is expected to reach a final decision next week.

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/macedonia-court-halts-june-5-elections-05-18-2016

Nuland too Busy with other Coups, sends Hoyt to Macedonia
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    29.06.2016
    SKOPJE/BERLIN
    (Eigener Bericht) – Mit empfindlichen Drohungen gegen Skopje reagiert die Bundesregierung auf spürbare Einflussverluste in Mazedonien. Nach ersten Sanktionsforderungen haben sich zu Wochenbeginn die EU-Außenminister mit der Entwicklung des Landes befasst. Die EU müsse „mit unseren europäischen Mitteln“ auf Skopje einwirken, um die Krise dort zu lösen, verlangt Außenminister Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Hintergrund sind Einflussgewinne Chinas, aber auch Serbiens und Russlands in dem südosteuropäischen Land. Die Bundesrepublik hatte zu Beginn der 1990er Jahre Mazedoniens Abspaltung von Jugoslawien unterstützt, um Belgrad zu schwächen und den deutschen Einfluss in Südosteuropa auszuweiten. Als die mazedonische Regierung jedoch Ende der 1990er Jahre eine eher neutralistische und NATO-kritische Politik zu verfolgen begann, forcierten Deutschland und andere NATO-Staaten eine Intervention, die eine Wende herbeiführte. Mittlerweile geht Mazedonien erneut auf größere Distanz zu EU und NATO und verfolgt einen Kurs einer größeren Eigenständigkeit. In Berlin, Brüssel und Washington führt das zu Konsequenzen.
    Aggressiver vorgehen
    Wie das „Wall Street Journal“ bereits Mitte April berichtete, hätten Vertreter von EU und USA gegenüber der mazedonischen Regierung gedroht, „aggressiver“ gegen sie vorzugehen. Mazedonischen Spitzenpolitikern drohe ein Einreiseverbot in die Schengen-Zone, das Einfrieren von EU-Hilfen zur Flüchtlingsbekämpfung sowie ein Abbruch der Beitrittsverhandlungen mit EU und NATO.[1] Tatsächlich wäre all dies nur eine neue Stufe einer vom Westen initiierten Eskalation: Die EU hat die bereits seit zwei Jahren schwelende politische Krise in Mazedonien laut unabhängigen Experten bereits genutzt, um Mazedonien ihren politischen Willen aufzunötigen.[2] Doch werden die Ergebnisse in Berlin, Brüssel und Washington als bei weitem noch nicht ausreichend eingestuft. Die Gründe für die Eskalation sind vielschichtig.
    Weniger Schulden
    Wie die bis heute andauernde Krise um Griechenland einmal mehr belegt, ist die durch Schulden verursachte Abhängigkeit schwächerer Staaten ein wichtiges Mittel zur Durchsetzung der deutschen Hegemonie in Ost- und Südosteuropa. Dabei kooperiert Berlin im Falle verschuldeter Staaten oft mit dem Internationalen Währungsfonds (IWF). In den Beziehungen zu Mazedonien fiel dieser Faktor allerdings im vergangenen Jahr weg: Im Februar 2015 tilgte das Land seine gesamten beim IWF noch ausstehenden Verbindlichkeiten. Gemäß dem ursprünglichen Rückzahlungsplan hätte die finale Rate erst im März 2016 gezahlt werden müssen.[3]
    http://www.german-foreign-policy.com/de/fulltext/59399

Bosnien: 20 Jahre Idiotie Dumm Mafia der Internationalen: „Chaos“

Ein Staat, Opfer der korrupten Internationalen Verbrecher Banden, welche extrem korrupt sind und ohne jede Moral.
CDU, Mafiöse Lobby Wirtschafts Kreise – ohne jeden Verstand, KAS, Grünen, Linke, SPD Anti Fa finanzierte Berufs Verbrecher erhielten viel Geld „Toleranz“ PR Aktionen und andere Mafiöse NGO’s und Dumm Gestalten der Parteien Mafia.

Dann machte Nigel Farage (Video) er einen Seitenhieb gegen das vollgefüllte Plenum, denn er sagte: Ich weiss, fast keiner von euch ist je einer anständigen Arbeit im Leben nachgegangen.“ Sie hätten kaum Arbeitsplätze geschaffen oder einen Betrieb geführt.

Ein kompletter Idioten Club:

Willy Wimmer über diese Leute: „die verkaufen jeden Unfug als Politik.“
Demokratieabschaffung mit Ansage
Demokratieabschaffung mit Ansage
Die Dümmsten von Europa, oft nur mit dubiosen Diplomen von Politik Institutionen, bestimmen die Politik, was in Berlin anfängt, in den Politik Stiftungen übergeht, im Chaos der Aussenpolitik von Dumm Kriminellen endet und mit Angela Merkels, Hirnlos Politik mit Flüchtlingen und den kriminellen Umtrieben der Umvolkung von Timmermanns und Co. im EU Mafiösen Spektakel.


EU-VIZE Frans Timmermans, übertrifft die schlimmsten Nazi Parolen, einer Umvolkung und von Ethnischen Säuberungen

Deutschland ok

29 Jun 16

Political Feuds Leave Bosnia Without UN Candidate

Ongoing disputes with in the Bosnian Presidency have made an agreement on a Bosnian candidate for the position of UN Secretary General impossible.

Rodolfo Toe
BIRN

Sarajevo

The UN Headquarters in New York. Photo: World Island Info / Wikicommons

Bosnia will probably be the only former Yugoslav country without its own candidate for the position of UN Secretary General whose election should take place in September 2016, as a result of the feuds inside the Bosnian Presidency.

“Given the current situation, the Presidency will not propose any candidate for this position,“ Marija Milic, spokesperson of the Serbian member of the Presidency, Mladen Ivanic, told BIRN on Tuesday.

In recent days, Bosnian media have indicated that the Presidency might nominate former Bosnian Foreign Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija for the role.

However, the Croatian member of the Bosnian Presidency, Dragan Covic, on Tuesday said he and his two partners could not agree on a joint nomination.

“We cannot agree on matters of vital importance [for the country], let alone on the candidacy of Lagumdzija for the UN,“ Covic said on Tuesday.

He was referring, among others, to disagreements over the publication of the 2013 census results and over the Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the EU.

After having renounced having its own candidate, Bosnia’s delegation to the UN might support one of the candidates from Bosnia’s neighbours.

They include Vesna Pusic, a former Croatian Foreign Minister, Vuk Jeremic, a former chair of the UN Assembly, from Serbia, Montenegrin Foreign Minister Igor Luksic, former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan Kerim and the former President of Slovenia, Danilo Turk.

However, due to the bitter divisions inside Bosnian politics, it may be difficult for Bosnia to agree to support of any of these candidates, either.

The Bosnian Foreign Ministry, the Presidency and the permanent mission to the UN all declined to comment on the issue.

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http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/bosnia-left-without-un-secretary-general-candidate-06-28-2016

Die grösste Super Markt Kette in Griechenland: Marinopoulos SA ist Insolvent

Carrefour verliess 2012 den Balkan, nun ist die Griechische Vertretung, die Mutter Gesellschaft, eine extrem grosse Firma in Griechenland Bankrott. Die grösste Griechische Super Markt Kette! Ähnlich wie andere Firmen expandierte in einem Betrugs Schema im Ausland, wie in Albanien u.a.im Balkan und die Luft Nummern standen auf dem Papier. siehe die Österreichische Bauhaus Kette, Praktiker Markt usw..Depisch mit Bergwerken usw..: Grössenwahnsinnig geworden mit extrem schlechten Managern, welche mehr Show für Börsen Kurse machten.

Schlechte und betrügerische  Manager, welche ebenso Milliarden der Banken überall versenckten.

Largest Greek Super Market chain files for bankruptcy in operation

By Zacharias Petrou  /   28/06/2016  /   No Comments
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Athens, June 29, 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Zacharias Petrou

One of Greece’s largest Super Market chains, Marinopoulos SA, filed for bankruptcy in operation and a First Instance Court postponed a ruling for 1 July following an intervention by the company’s creditors.
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The Court ordered, however, that until that date enforcement procedures are not allowed.

The company is trying to reach a restructuring deal with banks and repayment plan with suppliers.

The market is following developments closely as the troubled company owes large amounts to Social Security Fund, IKA and the Greek State among other creditors. Should Marinopoulos go bust, market experts point out that a chain reaction affecting hundreds of other companies could ensue.

Marinopoulos had reached a preliminary agreement with large Super Market chain Sklavenitis, a big player in the Greek market, which could have saved it. However, a company announcement suggest that this no longer exists and Marinopoulos continues to be “in constant communication with banks”.

According to estimates, the company owes suppliers in excess of 500 million euros resulting in many of the smaller firms having reduced product deliveries in an attempt to limit exposure to Marinopoulos. According to reports, this has alerted banks, which have contacted suppliers to gauge their exposure.

The financial crisis and bad management decisions in recent years are being cited as the main reasons behind the chain’s financial woes. Specifically, some blame the fact that Marinopoulos expanded during the economic crisis, applying a catastrophic policy of offering big discounts to beat its competitors.

By end of 2014, Marinopoulos operated a total 705 stores.

Marinopoulos is now on the verge of joining big name companies such as Athens Ledra, Pyrsos Security, Ilektroniki Athinon and Papasotiriou that went bust in the last few months. More than 10,000 SMEs have also shut down since January while another 21,000 are on the verge and 63,000 have a very slim chance of survival, Athens Chamber of Small and Medium Industries figures show.

http://www.balkaneu.com/largest-greek-super-market-chain-files-bankruptcy-operation/

Die Ratte: Frank Walter Steinmeier promotet das grösste Schmuggler Imperium Montenegro

Ignorante Dummheit und kriminelle Energie, als einziges Programm von den peinlichen Banden des Auswärtigen Amtes. Partner des CIA und  von:

2015 MAN OF THE YEAR IN ORGANIZED CRIME:

Lässt sich abhören, inklusive hoher Beamter des Auswärtigen Amtes und sagt Nichts dazu, weil er die Ratte und Abschaum der Deutschen Politik ist.

WikiLeaks NSA Außenminister Frank-Walter Steinmeier Cartoon

Die Enthüllungsplattform Wikileaks hat gestern Dokumente veröffentlicht, wonach der US-Militärgeheimdienst NSA deutsche Politiker wie Frank-Walter Steinmeier über mehrere Jahre hinweg abgehört hat. Auch das Auswärtige Amt und der Generalkonsul in Miami waren Ziel der systematischen Ausforschungen.

In den kürzlich von Wikileaks veröffentlichten Dokumenten finden sich 20 Telefonnummern, die die NSA dem Auswärtigen Amt zugeordnet hat

Dann machte Nigel Farage (Video) er einen Seitenhieb gegen das vollgefüllte Plenum, denn er sagte: Ich weiss, fast keiner von euch ist je einer anständigen Arbeit im Leben nachgegangen.“ Sie hätten kaum Arbeitsplätze geschaffen oder einen Betrieb geführt.

Willy Wimmer über diese Leute: die verkaufen jeden Unfug als Politik.

Frank Walter Steinmeier, die NATO sowieso promotetd das Langzeit kriminelle Enterprise: Die USA sowieso, die kennen Nichts Anderes mehr: The message from the White House is that Montenegro’s membership would “demonstrate the credibility of NATO’s Open Door policy”.

Geschäfte mit Terroristen, werden gedeckt, geduldet, inklusive Drogen und Frauen Handel: Alles AA: Frank Walter Steinmeier konform. Finanzierung von Schwuchtel Partys und Reisen ist Programm, der Geistig Behinderten.

Sprecherin der Hirnlosen Banden des Frank Walter Steinmeier: Sawsan Chebliaus aus Palästina, Vater ist Analphabet,wo Kinder Heiraten Programm ist. Nach dem Motto, Dumm umgibt sich mit noch Dümmeren und Ja-Sagern, kann der inzwischen immenz aufgeblähte Apparat des Auswärtigen Amtes gut leben

Im Solde des CIA Betrügers, Frank Wisner organisierte er die Anerkennung des Kosovo, eines Verbrecher Staates, obwohl diese Militär Studie bekannt war: IEP Militär Studie Kosovo 2007,

Inkompetenz der Peinlichkeit, mit der Allgemeinbildung einer Kakerlake.Sprecherin der Hirnlosen Banden des Frank Walter Steinmeier: Körper Sprachen Analyse. Andere Presse Konferenzen, wo man in einem Verblödungs Film, Nichts weiß, sich nicht vorbereitet hat, typisch „functional illerate“. Naive Kinder Vorstellungen bei Pelzig.

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Was kostet ein Deutscher Aussenminister? extrem wenig, wenn man Montenegro als Leuchte der Demokratie verkauft

http://www.gov.me/ResourceManager/GetImage.aspx?imgId=201036&fmtId=71

Einfach lächerlich, wenn der Steinmeier Murks umgehend auf der Website des Montenegro Regierung verkauft wird.

Montenegro

Neues NATO Mitglied Montenegro: 2015 MAN OF THE YEAR IN ORGANIZED CRIME: Award: Milo Djukanovic

Zigaretten für Dschihadisten

Schmuggel ist ein lukratives Geschäft für Terroristen. Einer Recherche nach gelangen auch Waren aus Europa in die dortigen Islamisten-Hochburgen: Zigaretten aus Montenegro.

Schon die offiziellen Zahlen des Statistikamtes in Montenegro lassen staunen: Das kleine Adrialand exportierte in den vergangenen drei Jahren 3.409 Tonnen Zigaretten im Wert von rund einer halbe Milliarde Eure nach Libyen – mehr als in seine zwölf anderen Abnehmerländer zusammen. Die Recherche eines Verbundes investigativer Journalisten, deren Ergebnisse auch von der DW veröffentlicht werden, legt nahe, dass es sich um schmutzigen Handel mit islamistischen Terroristen handelt.

Auf wiederholte Anfrage bestätigte die montenegrinische Zolldirektion, dass die meisten Zigaretten in drei libysche Häfen verschifft wurden: nach Tobruk, wo die international anerkannte Regierung ihren Sitz hat, vor allem aber nach Bengasi und Misrata. In Misrata herrschen Rebellen, der Hafen von Bengasi wurde bis vor Kurzem von der terroristischen Gruppierung Ansar al-Scharia kontrolliert, die lose mit dem sogenannten „Islamischen Staat“ verbunden ist und für den blutigen Angriff auf das amerikanische Konsulat in der Stadt im Jahr 2012 verantwortlich gemacht wird.

Der Zigarettenschmuggel sei eine wichtige Einnahmequelle der Extremisten, sagt ein libyscher Geheimdienstler, der anonym bleiben möchte. Er bejaht, dass Zigaretten auch aus Montenegro ins Land kommen. Auf dem Territorium des zerfallenden libschen Staates könne dieser Schwarzhandel aber kaum verhindert werden. Nach einigen Angaben sind derzeit 1.200 verschiedene bewaffnete Gruppierungen in Libyen unterwegs.

Mit staatlichem Segen

Vukašinović war bis vor kurzem Direktor des „Tabak-Kombinates Podgorica“ (DKP) aus der Hauptstadt Podgorica. Bis Februar dieses Jahres war das DKP in Staatsbesitz, von 2012 bis 2016 war es verantwortlich für den Tabakhandel mit Libyen. In die Schlagzeilen kam das DKP bisher jedoch nicht wegen der umstrittenen Exporte, sondern wegen der Dauerproteste der Arbeiter. Denn trotz des immensen Zigarettenabsatzes blieb deren Lohn oft aus. Seit Februar gehört die Firma einem arabischen Investor.

Stadt Berane in Montenegro (Foto: CIN-MG (Zentrum für investigativen Journalismus Montenegro) Auch in Montenegro kann man illegale Zigaretten einfach finden – hier eine Szene vom Markt in der Stadt Berane

Stellt sich die Frage, warum nicht wenigstens montenegrinische Behörden zur Aufklärung der dubiosen Geschäfte beitragen können. Immerhin ist das Balkanland offizieller EU-Anwärter und soll schon bald NATO-Mitglied werden. In Montenegro aber tut man so, als sei das alles Unsinn: „Denken Sie wirklich, dass diese Gruppen auf Ladungen aus Montenegro warten, um ihren Wunsch nach Nikotin oder Profit zu stillen?“, spottet Slavoljub Vukašinović, bis vor kurzem Direktor des „Tabak-Kombinates Podgorica (DKP)“ aus der montenegronischen Hauptstadt, auf die Frage der Jornalisten.

Wichtig dabei: Das Kombinat DKP war von 2012 bis 2016 für die umstrittenen Exporte verantwortlich. Und bis Februar 2016 war es in staatlichem Besitz. In die Schlagzeilen kam es aber nicht wegen fragwürdigem Tabakhandel, sondern wegen der Dauerproteste der Arbeiter, deren Lohn trotz immenser Zigarettenexporte oft ausblieb. Seit Februar gehört die Firma einem arabischen Investor.

Arabische Connection

Das Business mit Libyen wurde jahrelang mit der Firma „Liberty Fze“ aus den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten gemacht. Diese hatte nach Medienberichten dem montenegrinischen Tabakwarenhersteller die Lizenz zur Produktion der ägyptischen Marke „Cleopatra“ besorgt. In mehreren Interviews rühmte sich Vukašinović damit, dass die arabischen Kultzigaretten nun in Montenegro produziert würden. Gleichzeitig hieß es aber aus Ägypten, dass „Cleopatra“ aus Montenegro eine Fälschung sei. Auch eine Klage gegen den staatlichen Hersteller aus der Hauptstadt Podgorica wurde angekündigt.

Das alles hinderte das staatliche Kombinat DKP aber nicht daran, seine Cleoparta-Produktion sowie Produkte unter anderen Namen im großen Stil nach Nordafrika zu verfrachten. Mehrmals wurden die Schiffe aus dem montenegrinischen Hafen Bar auf ihren Weg über das Mittelmeer von der griechischen Küstenwache angehalten – wie etwa im März vergangenen Jahres, als griechische Behörden 146 Tonnen der gefälschten „Cleopatra“ beschlagnahmten.

Vertrautes Geschäft

Dabei ist der Zigarettenschmuggel ein alles andere als unbekanntes Thema in Montenegro. Das Land sei ein wichtiges Drehkreuz für illegale Tabakwaren, die auch in EU-Länder verkauft werden, schreibt die Brüsseler Polizeibehörde Europol in einem Bericht von 2012. Die italienische Staatsanwaltschaft bezeichnete den heutigen Regierungschef Milo Đukanović sogar als Patron des Zigarettenschmuggels in den 90er-Jahren. Doch Đukanović, der seit 1991 die höchsten Staatsämter bekleidet, blieb samt seinen engsten Mitarbeitern auch für die italienische Justiz unantastbar……

http://www.dw.com/de/zigaretten-f%C3%BCr-dschihadisten/a-19359383

Flug Hubschrauber Überwachung der Army Aviation an der Grenze zu Albanien

Griechenland verstärkt erneut nochmal die Grenz Überwachung

2016.06.27 | 00.05
Flug Hubschrauber Überwachung der Army Aviation an der Grenze zu Albanien

Er zog einen Stern aus der europäischen Flagge das Europäische Parlament Πτήση επιτήρησης ελικοπτέρου της Αεροπορίας Στρατού στα σύνορα με την Αλβανία - Κεντρική Εικόνα

Flugüberwachung im Bereich der 8. Mechanisierte Brigade in Epirus, in der Nähe der nördlichen Grenze von Griechenland mit Albanien, führte Hubschrauber UH-1H Huey 1. Brigade der Armee Aviation.

Der Flug fand in der zweiten Hälfte des Juni und enthalten niedrige Pässe über den Supervisor Outposts und landete in abgelegenen Dörfern der Grenze, wo die Brigade Personal an Bord des Hubschraubers, traf und sprach mit den Bewohnern.

Wie das Personal Allgemein stellte fest: „Die Aktivität ist, die einen Teil der gezielten Maßnahmen zielen darauf ab, die unter anderem das Vorhandensein von Sicherheitsgefühl der Anwohner zu stärken“ und fügte hinzu, dass diese während des Sommers fortsetzen wird.

Es ist erwähnenswert, dass solche Flüge eines der von der Führung des Generalstabs in dem Umfang möglich Stärkung der bestehenden Maßnahmen für die Sicherheit der Bewohner der Grenzgebiete mit Albanien getroffen vier zusätzliche Maßnahmen sind.

Diese Maßnahmen – Rückruf – sind:

Verstärkung der Grenz Vorposten mit Albanien mit einem Stab von jungen Wehrpflichtigen, unmittelbar nach der Eidesleistung.

-Dienergeia Einmal alle zwei Monate, große Übung in der 8. Mechanisierte Brigade (ex VIII Infanterie-Division), die die bildende Einheiten zusammen bringt, vor allem die Staffel Media Tank zur Verfügung.

-Dienergeia Anerkennungen auf dem Teil der Mitarbeiter des Sonder Aufkl.Abt (EDF) in der Region mit einer erhöhten Rate.

-die Bereitstellung über Hubschrauberflug.