Friday, February 20, 2015

FINLAND - President signs gender-neutral marriage bill, last among Nordic countries

Finland’s president has signed a law allowing same sex marriage. It’s the first law adopted by the parliament as a result of the initiative of citizens. Over 160,000 people signed a petition demanding it.
President Sauli Niinistö rubber-stamped the gender-neutral marriage law on Friday, after it was supported by parliament last December. However, the law will only come into force in March 2017, because parliament will have to revise current laws and regulations concerning health and social care in accordance with the new bill.
INC News, 20/02/2015 - via RT


Greece, eurozone officials agree to 

extend bailout by 4 months - reports

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Svizzera, 49 feriti per un incidente ferroviario a nord di Zurigo

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Offensiva nigeriana contro i Boko Haram

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US missionary detained in Colombia over alleged FARC ties

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ITALIA - Europa League, scontri e cariche in piazza di Spagna e Villa Borghese. Ira di Marino e Renzi

Ore di tensione e guerriglia in centro prima della partita con la Roma. Venti fermati e più di dieci feriti che si aggiungono ai 33 arrestati dopo i tafferugli a Campo de' Fiori. Danneggiati motorini, auto e la Barcaccia del Bernini appena restaurata. Il sindaco: "Troppe falle nella sicurezza". L'ambasciata: "Vergogna, noi stiamo con le forze dell'ordine". Il primo cittadino: "Dicano chi paga". Il premier: Renzi: "Barbarie, noi non distruggiamo città". Bus navetta per l'Olimpico devastati.

Come si puó arrivare a tanto??

Leggi articolo QUI
INC News, 20/02/2015 - via Repubblica

SVIZZERA - Collisione di due treni in Svizzera, alle porte di Zurigo.

Two Swiss passenger trains have collided near Rafz Station north of Zurich in an accident early morning, injuring up to 50 people, according to local media, citing an unnamed official from the rescue services.

The news was confirmed by SBB (Swiss Federal Railways) media spokesman Stephan Wehrle, although he did not divulge the full extent of the crash.
Read article HERE
INC News, 20/02/2015 - via RT