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    14-03-2015


    • A1 cortada devido a acidente grave. In CM

    • Citius está a funcionar «aquém do desejável». In TVI

    • Costa quer uma “espécie” de CSI para crianças. In Observador

    • Detidos em flagrante a assaltar casas em Arcos de Valdevez. In JN

    • Edifício de “A Brasileira” no Porto foi assaltado. In JN

    • Epidemia do ébola já fez mais de 10.000 mortos. In Público

    • GNR consegue impedir assalto a casa. In TVI

    • GNR expulsa idosos de casas em Lisboa. In CM

    • Homossexuais e Forças Armadas: uma relação complicada. In DN

    • Marido violento faz emboscada. In CM

    • Militares de 2.ª, cidadãos de 3.ª. In CM

    • Morte de mulher após deixar hospital sem indemnização. In TVI

    • Pedófilos vão ter de dizer à polícia onde estão durante 20 anos. In DN

    • PSP deteve homem que tentava roubar… parte da estátua do Marquês de Pombal. In DN

    • Queda fatal quando tentava furtar cobre. In CM

    • Suspeitos com ébola a ser transportados para os Estados Unidos. In RR

    • Vanuatu pede ajuda internacional após ciclone devastador. In DN



    13-03-2015


    • A regra é a publicidade de todo o processo, sendo o segredo a exceção». In TVI

    • Advogado diz que o terrorista detido no Porto não se opôs à extradição. In SIC

    • Agência europeia quer separar ‘drones’ em categorias e criar legislação. In DN

    • Anti-terrorismo tem risco de “perseguição penal”. In Observador

    • Apanhada com droga na vagina. In CM

    • Apanhadas quase quatro mil doses de haxixe na Marinha Grande. In TVI

    • As fotos nunca vistas de Bin Laden. In Observador

    • Associação encontra animais selvagens e domésticos mortos. In Sol

    • Câmara de Loulé abre processo disciplinar ao veterinário municipal. In DN

    • Cavalo e porca em cartoon satírico valem condenação em tribunal. In DN

    • Criação de base de dados de pedófilos aprovada em Conselho de Ministros. In SIC

    • De um lado a proteção das crianças, do outro a punição eterna depois da pena cumprida. In Expresso

    • Detidos oito alegados jiadistas em Espanha. In Expresso

    • Estado Islâmico aceita aliança com Boko Haram. In Observador


    • Estado Islâmico expande-se para a África Ocidental ao aceitar a fidelidade do Boko Haram. In Público


    • Este artista foi confundido com um criminoso. In Observador

    • Gang tortura para roubar 100 euros. In CM

    • GNR não autoriza passagens à reserva por falta de efetivos. In TVI

    • GNR que fez striptease condenado. In TVI

    • Homeopatia é ineficaz e até perigosa, diz estudo. In Expresso

    • Incêndio em Vouzela mobilizou uma centena de bombeiros. In TVI

    • Inspetor da PJ acusado de fraude de 6,6 milhões de euros. In JN

    • Inspetor da PJ envolvido em fraude de milhões. In TVI

    • Inspetora das Finanças incluída na lista de portugueses que tinha dinheiro no HSBC. In SIC

    • Jovem esteve às portas da morte depois de tomar pílula Yasmin. In TVI

    • Juiz veste a pele de informático para tirar a Justiça da “Idade Média” . In Público

    • Justiça alemã anula proibição absoluta do véu islâmico nas escolas públicas. In DN

    • Lista de abusadores: Governo recuou, mas foi o suficiente? In TVI

    • Magistrados do MP vão receber suplemento mensal de 1200 euros. In TVI

    • Mali. Abatido um dos suspeitos do atentado no qual ficou ferido militar português. In RR

    • Ministro do Ambiente diz que a morte de um dos linces ibéricos libertados é normal. In SIC

    • Neto condenado a 16 anos de prisão pela morte da avó. In TVI

    • Novo estatuto: Aplicar prémios na PSP pode representar «um ‘massacre’ para o cidadão», dizem sindicatos. In DD

    • OPA à PJ. In CM

    • Orçamento para guardas prisionais reforçado em cinco milhões de euros. In TVI

    • Pais acusam ama de agredir filho de dois anos. In TVI

    • Pedida absolvição de ex-autarca acusado de prevaricação. In TVI

    • Polícia decide quem vê lista de pedófilos

    • [url=http://www.dn.pt/inicio/opiniao/interior.aspx?content_id=4450526&seccao=Paulo Pereira de almeida&tag=Opini%E3o - Em Foco]Polícias presos. Ordens de militares?[/url] In DN

    • Polícias vão receber bónus por multas e detenções. In Expresso

    • Portugal vai enviar militares para a República Centro-Africana. In TVI

    • Presidente ucraniano sublinha abrandamento do conflito no leste do país. In TSF

    • PSP de Lisboa desmantela rede de assaltos a ourivesarias. In SIC

    • PSP do Porto atendeu três mil vítimas de violência doméstica. In TVI

    • Reunião sobre o caso Maddie entre polícia inglesa e autoridades portuguesas. In SIC

    • Sida: dos 3300 testes realizados, apenas 0,6% deram positivo. In TVI

    • Sindicato da PSP pede explicações à direção nacional. In TVI

    • Sintra: morreu ferido grave em incêndio em habitação. In TVI

    • Síria mergulhada na escuridão. Imagens de satélite mostram um país que a guerra apagou. In RR

    • Stress faz empresas portuguesas perderem 300 milhões por ano. In RR

    • Subsídio até para lavar viaturas. In CM

    • Suíça muda regras para estrangeiros que procuram trabalho no país. In TSF

    • Tentou sufocar a mulher à porta de casa. In TVI

    • Terroristas fingem destruição e vendem originais? In Observador

    • Tráfico humano: familiares ou amigos podem ser «perigosos». In TVI

    • Tribunal dos Direitos do Homem: Portugal não violou a liberdade de expressão. In TVI

    • Trio armado leva fortuna em ouro. In CM

    • Violência doméstica contra idosos. In SIC

    • Violência doméstica: mais de 1200 crianças sinalizadas no Porto. In TVI

    • Violência doméstica: marido absolvido da tentativa de homicídio. In TVI






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    [size=36]Secretary General: UK is staunch NATO Ally[/size]
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    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg took part in the Service of Commemoration in St Paul's Cathedral in London on Friday (13 March 2015) led by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to honour the sacrifice and contribution of the British military and civilians who helped make Afghanistan a more stable country. Meeting Prime Minister David Cameron at No 10, the Secretary General said: “I am truly grateful for the UK’s sacrifices and your commitment to our mission in Afghanistan over many years,” and thanked the United Kingdom for its significant contributions to the Alliance in general.
    Mr Stoltenberg said that NATO is facing new challenges from both the east and the south, "a more aggressive Russia violating international law and destabilising Eastern Ukraine, and violence and turmoil spreading around the Middle East and North Africa." He stressed that the answer to these challenges is a strong Alliance. Describing the UK as "a staunch Ally," the Secretary General said: "we appreciate the leadership that the UK shows in the Alliance, and we count on leadership also in the future."
    He thanked the UK for its major contributions to NATO operations, strengthened collective defence in the eastern part of the Alliance, and the offer to be a framework nation for the new very high readiness Spearhead Force brigade. He also commended the UK for continuing to invest in key capabilities and being among those Allies that meet the NATO guideline of spending 2 % of GDP on defence.
    The Secretary General  is also meeting Defence Secretary Michael Fallon to review progress in the implementation of the important decisions made at the Wales Summit last September.
     
     
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    [size=36]Visit to NATO by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden[/size]
    The NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will meet with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden, Ms. Margot Wallström, on Monday 16 March 2015.
    There will be no media opportunity.
    Still images of the meeting will be available on the NATO website afterwards.

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    Secretary General: UK is staunch NATO Ally


    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg took part in the Service of Commemoration in St Paul's Cathedral in London on Friday (13 March 2015) led by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to honour the sacrifice and contribution of the British military and civilians who helped make Afghanistan a more stable country. Meeting Prime Minister David Cameron at No 10, the Secretary General said: “I am truly grateful for the UK’s sacrifices and your commitment to our mission in Afghanistan over many years,” and thanked the United Kingdom for its significant contributions to the Alliance in general.


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    NOTICIAS LUSÓFONAS

    PÁGINA GLOBAL



    • Brasil. A RUA NÃO É MAIS DA DIREITA

    • Portugal. NÃO VENHAM MUITOS, DIZ O GOVERNO COM CARINHO

    • Portugal. Jerónimo de Sousa diz que Governo PSD/CDS-PP vai levar "banhada" nas legislativas

    • FMI DUVIDA DE “BOM SENSO” PORTUGUÊS NO QUE TOCA A REFORMAS

    • PRIMO E AMIGO DE SÓCRATES GANHAM FORTUNA EM ANGOLA

    • Angola. ORGANIZADOR DE MARCHA EM CABINDA FOI DETIDO PELA POLÍCIA

    • São Tomé e Príncipe acolhe rodagem do filme português “A Ilha” de Nicolau Breyner

    • São Tomé. “Reflexões Jurídicas - Direito e Política” lançado na vizinha Guiné Equatorial

    • Cabinda. PORTUGAL É UMA VERGONHA

    • PALOP E TIMOR-LESTE ESTÃO A GERIR MELHOR FINANÇAS PÚBLICAS - gestor do PNUD

    • Brasil. NEM GOLPISMO, NEM IMPUNIDADE!

    • Brasil. GOLPISMO SIM, SENHOR

    • ¡VENEZUELA VENCERÁ!

    • Unasur tratará este sábado tensiones entre Venezuela y EEUU - se reunirán en Quito

    • 'SwissLeaks'. Estados perdem US$ 200 bi por ano com evasão fiscal - economista francês

    • EXÉRCITO EUROPEU UNIFICADO

    • UE. FEDERALISMO SEM DEMOCRACIA

    • Eleições/Madeira. PS, PSD e CDS são os responsáveis pelo "desastre" económico

    • Cavaco "não pode lavar as mãos" e admitir um Governo minoritário - Jorge Miranda



    PÁGINA GLOBAL



    • Portugal. O JOGADOR

    • FOLHA 8 ENTALA DEPUTADOS, OU BUROCRATAS, PORTUGUESES

    • Angola. CABINDAS NA LINHA DE FOGO

    • COOPERAÇÃO DOS EUA COM BISSAU CONTRA O TERRORISMO E TRÁFICO DE DROGA

    • GOVERNO DE CABO VERDE APROVA ACORDO DE COOPERAÇÃO COM MOÇAMBIQUE

    • Moçambique. Dhlakama reitera constitucionalidade do projecto das regiões autónomas

    • Moçambique. Estado devia indemnizar as vítimas da guerra entre o Governo e a Renamo

    • Angola. A TRAGÉDIA ANUNCIADA

    • Angola. Número de mortos provocados pelas chuvas no Lobito continua a aumentar

    • Brasil. O LABIRINTO POLÍTICO DE DILMA ROUSSEFF

    • Brasil. “CRISE É FORJADA, MENTIROSA E INDUZIDA PELA MÍDIA”, diz Leonardo Boff

    • Brasil. O FRACASSO DA AUSTERIDADE E A URGÊNCIA DE UMA ALTERNATIVA À ESQUERDA

    • Brasil. QUEM ESTÁ POR TRÁS DO PROTESTO NO DIA 15

    • ENTRE CAVACO E THOMAZ VENHA O DIABO E ESCOLHA. CAVACO É MUITO PERIGOSO

    • Portugal - Sondagem. Popularidade de Cavaco em queda após declarações sobre Passos

    • Portugal. Medidas para incentivar regresso de emigrantes terão “pouco impacto”

    • Portugal. PCP não comenta "putativa candidatura" à presidência de Carvalho da Silva

    • Portugal. VEM QUE AS ELEIÇÕES ESTÃO A CHEGAR

    • Portugal. GREVE DA FUNÇÃO PÚBLICA COM ADESÃO SUPERIOR A 80%

    • SABOR A CAFÉ, EXPRESSAMENTE, PARA QUEM VIER LER

    • ALFABETIZAÇÃO EM ANGOLA EM RITMO ACELERADO - entrevista

    • Angola. CABINDAS SAEM À RUA

    • Angola - Benguela. Sobe para 62 número de vítimas mortais da chuva no Lobito

    • Moçambique. REVOLTA POPULAR EM LICHINGA. POLÍCIA BALEIA CINCO CIDADÃOS

    • Moçambique. Assassinato de Gistac não "beliscou" relações entre Paris e Maputo, diz analista



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    Assad, the survival kid? The longer the conflict lasts the more Assad’s hand is strengthened
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    In this article, Joris Couvreur looks at the political and military dynamics underlying the present situation in Syria.
    By Joris Couvreur · Published: Thursday, 12th March 2015


    It is time to arm Ukraine or else Putin will take it all
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    In this article, Iulian Romanyshyn calls for the immediate arming of Ukraine in order to halt Russia’s quest to swallow up even more territory.
    By Iulian Romanyshyn · Published: Tuesday, 10th March 2015


    Portugal and the CSDP
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    In article 24 of our “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Carlos Branco looks at Portugal.
    By Carlos Branco · Published: Sunday, 8th March 2015

    News releases


    • WHO and World Food Programme join forces to reach zero Ebola cases 
      11 March 2015 -- WHO and WFP are combining their forces in a new partnership in the Ebola-affected countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

    • Ebola vaccine efficacy trial ready to launch in Guinea 
      5 March 2015 -- Based on promising data from initial clinical trials in late 2014, WHO with the Health Ministry of Guinea, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Epicentre and The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH), will launch a Phase III trial in Guinea on 7 March to test the VSV-EBOV vaccine for efficacy and effectiveness to prevent Ebola. The vaccine was developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada.




    Above The Law: Police Allow Secret Service Agents To Go Home Without Sobriety Tests After Crashing Into White House Barricade
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    The Obama administration is investigating allegations that two senior Secret Service agents, including a top member of the presidents protective detail, drove a government car into White House security barricades after drinking at a late-night party last week, an agency official said Wednesday.
    Google WHOIS error reveals hundreds of thousands of owners’ personal info
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    A researcher at Cisco’s Talos security group recently discovered a bug that caused some Google Apps customers to have their personal information leaked via WHOIS domain listings for more than a year. Google Apps is a popular service these days, so in this case “some” means 282,867. So hundreds of thousands of customers thought they had domain privacy turned on, but a problem with Google’s partner registrar eNom broke privacy settings. Google has fixed the problem, but what a mess.
    California’s Big Water Plans; The End of Private Water Rights?
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Drought-stricken California, which just had its driest January ever recorded, smashed another dismal record last month: the hottest February. This will be the 5th year in a row of historic drought in California, breaking a 120 year old record. California is the largest populated state in the country. One out of eight Americans reside in sunny, warming, no rain, CA. Our economy is recognized as the 8th largest in the world with Central Valley farmers producing some 42% of the nations food supplies for decades.
    Edits to Police Brutality Wikipedia Pages Trace Back to NYPD
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Changes to online entries of Eric Garner and others came from IP addresses at NYPD headquarters
    Kiev Admits Existence of Contracts on Delivery of Lethal Weapons From EU
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Obama administration said will provide an additional $75 million in non-lethal military aid
    Reports link Islamic State recruiter to Canadian Embassy in Jordan
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Canada’s embassy in Jordan, which is run by Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s handpicked ambassador and former top bodyguard, is being linked in news reports to an unfolding international terrorism and spy scandal. The federal government refused to comment Friday on multiple Turkish media reports that a foreign spy allegedly working for Canadian intelligence – and arrested in Turkey for helping three young British girls travel to Syria to join Islamic State militants – was working for the Canadian embassy in Amman, Jordan.
    Retired admiral: Michelle O’s school lunch rules needed for ‘national security’
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    As schools across the country continue to struggle to comply with food restrictions championed by first lady Michelle Obama, supporters of the federal regulations are reframing the issue as one of national security. Retired rear admiral Casey Coane recently wrote in to The Hillto make the case for why school food restrictions on fat, sugar, salt, calories and other nutritional aspects are necessary to keep our country safe.
    EPA Concerned With Western Corn Rootworm’s Growing Resistance to Genetically Modified Corn
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    The western corn rootworm appears to have evolved to eat the corn that was bioengineered to defeat it. That has led the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to consider limits to continuous corn planting—experts say the practice of planting corn for three or more years in the same field has helped rootworms build up resistance.
    After first lab-grown burger, test-tube chicken is next on menu
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Two years after scientists cooked up the first test tube beef hamburger, researchers in Israel are working on an even trickier recipe: the world's first lab-grown chicken. Professor Amit Gefen, a bioengineer at Tel Aviv University, has begun a year-long feasibility study into manufacturing chicken in a lab, funded by a non-profit group called the Modern Agriculture Foundation which hopes "cultured meat" will one day replace the raising of animals for slaughter
    CANADIAN TOWN BANS SPITTING, SWEARING AND GATHERING IN GROUPS OF THREE OR MORE
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Taber, a town of 8,100 in Alberta, Canada, must be in the midst of the nation’s smallest and least impressive crimewave. How else would you explain the town’s new “Community Standards Bylaw,” which imposes the following on its residents?
    Couple sues Rent-A-Center, police over gun report arrest
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    A man and his fiancee have sued Rent-A-Center and a western Pennsylvania police department claiming he was wrongly arrested because company employees falsely said he had a gun when they came to repossess furniture. Tyrie Sheppard and Sade Fallin say the Rent-A-Center workers went to their home in Wilkinsburg, near Pittsburgh, on Dec. 27 to repossess a bed and refrigerator after the couple missed a payment. The couple contends they owed less than $200, missed the payment only because she gave birth to their child days before and already had a court date scheduled to resolve the matter when Rent-A-Center workers arrived.
    ‘Teach philosophy in primary schools,’ says academic
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    “If we leave questioning the models children have been taught until later in life, it could be too late,” warns Professor Angie Hobbs. “That is why we need to start teaching philosophy in primary school.” By this the professor means that children should be taught from a young age that there are other ways of seeing the world to the one they are exposed to by their family and social circle.
    Three Prominent U.S. Senators Introduce Historic Medical Marijuana Legislation
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    On Tuesday March 10th, Senators Cory Booker, Rand Paul, and Kirsten Gillibrand announced the introduction of legislation to legalize marijuana for medical use, drugpolicy.org reports. The Compassionate Access, Research Expansion and Respect States – or CARERS Act - is the first-ever bill in the U.S. Senate to legalize marijuana for medical use and the most comprehensive medical marijuana bill ever introduced in Congress.
    Margaret Thatcher’s Protégé Named as Pedophile Suspect
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Leon Brittan, a former Home Secretary and once Margaret Thatcher’s protégé, has now been named as a suspect in the Westminster pedophile ring. [1] Since his death in January, an influx of concerns have surfaced about the politician who once had files in his possession containing the names of some of Britain’s elite in a pedophile ring. It has since disappeared, after it was handed by him to the authorities.
    The Secret Service's history of booze, bullets, bombs, and hookers
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    The agency is investigating an incident involving two agents who crashed a car into a White House Security barricade after attending a retirement party for a colleague at a nearby bar, theWashington Post reported. The barricade was set up to block off an active bomb investigation, and the agents, who had been drinking, possibly ran over the suspicious package.
    THE ORWELLIAN RE-BRANDING OF “MASS SURVEILLANCE” AS MERELY “BULK COLLECTION”
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Just as the Bush administration and the U.S. media re-labelled “torture” with the Orwellian euphemism “enhanced interrogation techniques” to make it more palatable, the governments and media of the Five Eyes surveillance alliance are now attempting to re-brand “mass surveillance” as “bulk collection” in order to make it less menacing (and less illegal). In the past several weeks, this is the clearly coordinated theme that has arisen in the U.S., UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand as the last defense against the Snowden revelations, as those governments seek to further enhance their surveillance and detention powers under the guise of terrorism.
    Ukraine’s Prime Minister Yatsenyuk Declares War on Russia
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, who on 4 February 2014 was selected for his post by Victoria Nuland of the U.S. State Department, was quoted by Ukrainian media on Thursday March 12th of 2015 as saying that, “Ukraine is in a state of war with a nuclear state, which is the Russian Federation. Hostile countries over the past decade have spent billions of dollars rearming it.”
    Iceland announces dropping bid to join EU
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Iceland has dropped its bid to join the European Union, the Foreign Ministry in Reykjavik says. The announcement follows pledges made by the country’s euro-skeptic government since winning the 2013 election. Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson, the Icelandic foreign minister, said in a statement that he had informed Latvia, the current EU president, and the European Commission that his center-right government had decided to withdraw its application, which was submitted six years ago.
    WaPo, Owned by CIA's Webmaster, Blasts Venezuela's 'State-Financed' News
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Venezuelans are worried because US President Barack Obama declared a “national emergency” that called Venezuela “an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States.” But there’s no need for them to get upset, the Washington Post’s Nick Miroff and Karen DeYoung (3/11/15) reassure. The Obama administration explained that it just wanted to impose sanctions on some of Venezuela’s top officials because “it wanted to send a strong message in defense of human rights and democracy”
    Video: School Cop Chokes Child Unconscious; Causes Brain Damage
    Posted: 12 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Video has finally been released of a vicious incident involving a school security officer in Louisville, KY, who choked out a student half his size and dropped him to the ground, resulting in brain damage. Officer Jonathan Hardin is facing charges of assault, wanton endangerment, official misconduct and false swearing after it emerged that on multiple separate occasions he used extreme excessive physical force on students at Olmstead Academy North Middle School.


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