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Zonas a tratar: Comunidad andina (Colombia, Chile, Perú), Países NAFTA (México, Estados Unidos y Canadá), América Central (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panamá, Belice, Honduras), Expansión Bolivariana (Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua), Países MERCOSUR (Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay, Uruguay) y CARICOM (Puerto Rico, República Dominicana, Haití, Jamaica)
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Zonas a tratar: Comunidad andina (Colombia, Chile, Perú), Países NAFTA (México, Estados Unidos y Canadá), América Central (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panamá, Belice, Honduras), Expansión Bolivariana (Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua), Países MERCOSUR (Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay, Uruguay) y CARICOM (Puerto Rico, República Dominicana, Haití, Jamaica)
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Mensaje por Mueca » 25 Jun 2013 18:07

A ver si con un poco de tiempo paso a actualizar.

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Mensaje por Mueca » 01 Jul 2013 21:24

Argentina proporciona a Bolivia tecnología nuclear con ayuda de Irán y mediación de Venezuela

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Mensaje por Mueca » 16 Jul 2013 14:14

Misiles norcoreanos que salen de puerto cubano, el comandante del barco intenta suicidarse... feo feo para Cuba

Panamanian authorities boarded the ship suspecting it was carrying drugs.

However, when they searched it they discovered "undeclared weapons of war" among a shipment of brown sugar, according to Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli.

The North Korean captain attempted to kill himself and violence broke out among the 35-strong crew as the ship was raided, according to Mr Martinelli.

The president posted a photograph of the cargo on his Twitter account and said: "The world needs to sit up and take note: you cannot go around shipping undeclared weapons of war through the Panama Canal."

He told Radio Panama: "We had suspected this ship, which was coming from Cuba and headed to North Korea, might have drugs aboard so it was brought into port for search and inspection.

"When we started to unload the shipment of sugar we located containers that we believe to be sophisticated missile equipment, and that is not allowed."

The ship is currently being held by the Panamanian authorities, but North Korea is yet to respond to its seizure.

Previously though, the government in Pyongyang has branded such seizures as a ‘double standard’.

North Korea believes it has the right to ship weapons in the same way that most other countries do on a regular basis.

A source familiar with North Korea's defence capability told Sky News he believed the photo showed an anti-ship missile.

North Korea and Cuba are ideologically allied as communist nations and both are seen as politically isolated from the rest of the world. However, arms shipments between the two countries are rare.

"Cuba is often cited alongside the DPRK as the two last hard-line communist holdouts, yet this is misleading in several ways.” Korean analyst Aidan Foster-Carter told Sky News.

"On the external economic front, it is the US - and only the US - that applies closure to Cuba more than vice versa. Internally, Cuba is finally grasping the nettle of market reforms with a will, rigour, and honesty still wholly missing in North Korea.”

North Korea is banned, under several United Nations resolutions, from importing and exporting all weapons, with the exception of small arms.

The UN has said the ban will remain in place until Pyongyang shuts down its nuclear weapons programme.

However, there is no suggestion that the weapons seized in Panama have any nuclear capability.

North Korea defiantly carried out its third nuclear weapons test in February and threatened to attack the United States in the most aggressive act yet by the leader Kim Jong-Un.

It led to banking sanctions being imposed by Washington on Pyongyang.

UN resolution 1718, ratified in 2006 bans North Korea from importing and exporting all weapons with the exception of small arms. The resolution was reaffirmed by the Security Council in March 2013 following North Korea's latest nuclear test and rocket launch.

Following the 2006 resolution, the North Korean ambassador to the UN branded the ban a "double standard".

Pak Gil Yon told the Security Council: "It [is] 'gangster-like' for the Security Council to adopt such a coercive resolution against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, while neglecting the nuclear threat posed by the United States against his country. It was a clear testament that the Council had completely lost its impartiality and was persisting in applying double standards to its work."


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Mensaje por Mueca » 16 Jul 2013 18:20

Al parecer se trata de:

Defence consultancy IHS Jane’s has identified the equipment shown in the images so far released as an RSN-75 ‘Fan Song’ fire control radar for the SA-2 family of surface-to-air missiles. North Korea’s air defence network is arguably one of the densest in the world, but it is also based on obsolete weapons, missiles and radars. In particular, its high altitude SA-2 surface-to-air missiles are ineffective in a modern warfare environment.

“It’s interesting to ask what the Cubans would stand to gain by helping the North Koreans,” said Diego Moya-Ocampos, Americas risk analyst for IHS Jane’s. “Their foreign policy is usually very pragmatic, in the sense that they will only get involved if they will receive something in return.

“As the only single-party state in the Western Hemisphere, they have good relations with North Korea, and a delegation visited Havana earlier this year.

“But Cuba usually doesn’t want to push the Americans too far, and assisting in weapons transfer is definitely a step too far. It’s not clear how they expected to come out well of this.”

Cuba does not have the means to produce missiles or radars - the SA-2 is an old Soviet weapon - so analysts think it was either being sent to North Korea for an upgrade, or being sold to them.

Mr Martinelli, the Panamanian president, said that the vessel’s captain had tried to commit suicide following the raid while the 35-strong crew had attempted to resist the arrival of Panamanian forces.

The ship was reportedly taken to the country’s Manzanillo container port in Colón province, which served as a US military base during the Second World War.


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Mensaje por kilo009 » 28 Ago 2013 00:05

Posible plan para asesinar a Maduro y a Diosdado Cabello.

Los colombianos Víctor Johan Gueche Mosquera y Erick Leonardo Huerta Ríos, quienes presuntamente fueron contratados para atentar contra la vida del presidente de la República, Nicolás Maduro, y del presidente de la Asamblea Nacional, Diosdado Cabello, permanecerán detenidos en los calabozos del Servicio Bolivariano de Inteligencia Nacional (Sebin) mientras se desarrollan las investigaciones relacionadas con este nuevo complot denunciado por las autoridades.

La información la suministró el Ministerio Público, el cual agregó que los señalados fueron aprehendidos el 15 de agosto de este año, en un hotel ubicado en la carretera Las Tejerías-Los Teques, en el estado Miranda, por funcionarios de la policía política, quienes venían haciéndole seguimiento a ambas personas desde el 13 de agosto, día en que ingresaron al país por Táchira.

En la habitación del hotel, donde se encontraban alojados los dos colombianos, fueron hallados dos fusiles AR-15, 598 proyectiles para este tipo de armas, 10 uniformes pertenecientes a la Fuerza Armada Nacional y dos fotografías: una del presidente Maduro, y otra del diputado Cabello.

Los fiscales Didier Rojas y Jimmy Hernández imputaron a los dos colombianos por presuntamente incurrir en los delitos de magnicidio en grado de tentativa, tráfico de armas y municiones, y asociación para delinquir.

Gueche Mosquera y Huerta Ríos fueron presentados ante el Tribunal 4 de Control del estado Miranda, instancia que acogió la precalificación fiscal, decretó la privativa de libertad y fijó como sitio de reclusión la sede del Sebin, en Caracas. http://www.eluniversal.com/nacional-y-p ... n-el-sebin


El presidente quiere más poderes, aprovecha su retórica para decir que quieren aplicar lo que actualmente se lleva a cabo en Libia, Egipto y Siria, y de paso este intento de asesinato le ha venido que ni pintado.
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Mensaje por kilo009 » 23 Sep 2013 01:27

Los venezolanos han intentado colar a los franchutes 1 tonelada y 300 kg de cocaína en un vuelo de Air France procedente de Caracas. Ha habido colaboración española, francesa, holandesa y británica.

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Mensaje por Paco Garcia » 03 Oct 2013 10:04

Maduro expulsa a tres diplomáticos de la embajada de EEUU.

la justificación del gobierno chavista, los tres funcionarios de la embajada de Estados Unidos en Venezuela han sido expulsados del país porque "se reúnen con la extrema derecha venezolana para financiar las acciones para sabotear el sistema eléctrico y económico".

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Mensaje por paloalto » 03 Oct 2013 23:52

Qué infeliz, da palos de ciego, ya que son los únicos que le puede dar a su gran enemigo. A los que realmente le están haciendo el juego sucio en su tierra, no es capaz de descubrirlos. Ni los de fuera ni los de dentro, propios y ajenos.
Al menos el Comandante era simpático. Maduro es un mal imitador.

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Mensaje por kilo009 » 03 Nov 2013 01:03

De interés lo que cuenta el ex presidente Aznar sobre Venezuela, el intento de golpe de Estado y las peticiones de los cubanos.

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Mensaje por pcaspeq » 03 Nov 2013 08:40

Ahora que habláis de la zona, quien parece que esta algo jodida todavía es la Kirschner ¿no?

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