sabato 5 marzo 2011

Libia/Crisi: Fotografie dal fronte in 05 marzo 2011 (photo/war/libya)


Libyans adjust the former Royal Libyan flag as it flies above an abandoned and damaged police station during a demonstration against Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi in the city of Tobruk, eastern Libya, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)


A Libyan soldier from forces that defected against Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi fires his automatic weapon in the air outside a military base in Benghazi, eastern Libya, Monday, Feb. 28, 2011. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)


A wrecked car burns in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on February 28, 2011 as world powers ramped up the pressure on Muammar Qaddafi's regime and the United States urged the international community to work together on further steps to end bloodshed in Libya.(PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images)


A Libyan army tank manned by soldiers opposed to leader Muammar Qaddafi is surrounded by protesters in the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli March 1, 2011. (REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah)


A Libyan anti-government protester with her face painted in the colors of Libya's old national flag takes part in a gathering in the eastern city of Benghazi on February 27, 2011. Libyan protest leaders established a transitional "national council" in cities seized from Muammar Qaddafi, as world leaders called on him to quit and protesters closed in on Tripoli. (PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images)


Libyan anti-government fighters stand on a mountain near Nalut, western Libya, on March 1, 2011, to keep Qaddafi forces under surveillance. (FRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images)


These frames from an amateur video, obtained Thursday Feb. 24, 2011 and released by Libyan opposition groups, purportedly shows gunfire in the middle of street, tracer fire, and people running away between Feb 18-19, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya.(AP Photo via APTN)


Libyan protesters step on a poster of leader Muammar Qaddafi in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on February 28, 2011.(PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images)


An elderly Libyan man stands in front of a former prison, burnt down during clashes between anti-government protesters and Libyan government forces in the eastern city of Benghazi on February 27, 2011. (GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images)


Egyptian workers try to enter Tunisia after fleeing Libya on the Libya-Tunisia border in Ras Ajdir, Tunisia, Tuesday, March 1, 2011. U.N. refugee agency spokeswoman Melissa Fleming said Tuesday "the situation is reaching crisis point" at the Libya-Tunisia border.(AP Photo/Giorgos Moutafis)


An Egyptian man who fled Libya carries his luggage past camels as he arrives on March 1, 2011 at the Echoucha refugee camp, near the Tunisian border town of Ras Jedir. Meanwhile, forces loyal to embattled leader Muammar Qaddafi on Tuesday beefed up their troops on Libya's southern border with Tunisia, days after leaving the area, witnesses said. (JOEL SAGET/AFP/Getty Images)


Stranded foreign worker Seuleu Felicite from Cameroon weeps in a shelter on March 1, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. The housekeeper said that she and her brothers, also laborers, were robbed of all their savings and passports during attacks on foreign workers during the uprising a week ago. Thousands of foreign laborers have been stuck in Benghazi without a way out of the country. (John Moore/Getty Images)


Egyptian refugees wait for food after crossing the Libya-Tunisia border in Ras Ajdir, Tunisia, Wednesday, March 2, 2011.(AP Photo/Giorgos Moutafis)


A Bangladeshi worker who has been trying to leave Libya for over six days, walks near the water as he waits at the port in the eastern city of Benghazi, Libya, on Tuesday, March 1, 2011. (AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whitehill)


An Egyptian man climbs through a window into a bus to take him and others further inland, outside a refugee camp set up by the Tunisian army, at the Tunisia-Libya border, in Ras Ajdir, Tunisia, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011. The camp, which houses about 5,000 people, was built after shelters at the border couldn't handle the large numbers coming through. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)


Hungry men reach for food being thrown to them while waiting to enter Tunisia after fleeing Libya on March 1, 2011 in Ras Jdir, Tunisia.(Spencer Platt/Getty Images)


A man tries to climb over a wall to escape the crowd as thousands of people try and cross from Libya into Tunisia at the Ras Jedir border crossing near Ben Guerdane on March 2, 2011. (JOEL SAGET/AFP/Getty Images)


An Algerian national holds carries his luggage as he waits to board an Algerian ferry (not pictured) with hundreds of people fleeing Libya on February 28, 2011 in the eastern Libyan port of Benghazi. (GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images)


People walk through the burnt-out remains of a building on the Al-Katiba military base that fell to anti-Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi protesters last week, in the eastern city of Benghazi, Libya, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011. (AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whitehill)


A Libyan protester shows a picture found in the ransacked headquarters of the judiciary police in Benghazi on February 25, 2011. Euphoria in Libya's second city Benghazi gave way to growing concern that it remains vulnerable to a counter-attack by Muammar Qaddafi's forces.(PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images)


A hangman's gallows sits idle at the Benghazi Central Prison on March 1, 2011 on the outskirts of Benghazi, Libya. Inmates broke free of the prison during the uprising a week ago in the city. (John Moore/Getty Images)


A man walks through the burnt main prison of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi's forces in Benghazi February 28, 2011.(REUTERS/Suhaib Salem)


People burn pictures of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi inside the main prison of Qaddafi's forces in Benghazi on February 28, 2011.(REUTERS/Suhaib Salem)


A Libyan rebel walks in the damaged and vandalized former bedroom that was used by Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi and his family at the terminal of the airport in Benghazi, in eastern Libya, Monday, Feb. 28, 2011. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)


A Libyan man looks at the destroyed and burned house of Libyan Leader Muammar Qaddafi inside Al-Katiba military base, in Benghazi, Libya, on Sunday Feb. 27, 2011. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)


A Libyan man climbs a ladder to exit the extensive underground tunnels running under the summer residence of Libya's leader Muammar Qaddafi at Cyrene near Al Bayda in this picture taken February 27, 2011. (REUTERS/Julien Muguet)

A Libyan man shows a door in extensive underground tunnels running under Muammar Qaddafi's summer residence at Cyrene, on February 27, 2011. (REUTERS/Julien Muguet)


US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is seen in silhouette while delivering her speech during the opening of the 16th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council focusing on deadly repression in Libya on February 28, 2011 in Geneva.(FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)


U.S. amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge sails through the Suez canal in Ismailia , Egypt, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Egyptian officials say two U.S. warships have entered the Suez Canal on their way to the Mediterranean, moving closer to the Libyan coast after orders from Defense Secretary Robert Gates. (AP Photo)


Thousands of Libyans gather for the Muslim Friday prayers outside the courthouse in the eastern city of Benghazi on February 25, 2011. Perhaps 8,000 people gathered for the midday prayers with a local imam, who delivered his sermon alongside the coffins of three men killed in the violent uprising that routed Muammar Qaddafi loyalists from Benghazi. The sign in back reads, in English, "Libya, All for one, One for all". (GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images)


A Libyan opposition army soldier covers his head with a flag outside an army barracks in Benghazi on March 1, 2011.(MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images)


The X-ray scan of a wounded anti-regime demonstrator shows a bullet lodged in his brain while he is nursed at the intensive care unit at a hospital in the eastern city of Tobruk on February 25, 2011. (MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images)


A young Libyan boy holds a toy gun while touring a destroyed army barracks with his father and siblings in Benghazi February 28, 2011.(MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images)


An armed resident gestures a victory sign in the main square in Zawiya, 30 miles (50 kilometers) west of Tripoli, in Libya on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)


A Libyan militia member from the forces against Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi stands guard over suspected mercenaries from Chad, at left, after detaining them at a roadblock near Marj in eastern Libya, Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)


A Libyan youth who has joined the forces against Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi helps organize ammunition at a military base in Benghazi, eastern Libya, Tuesday, March 1 , 2011. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)


Libyan rebels prepare to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as Pro Muammar Qaddafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometers (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said. (MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images)


Libyan rebels prepare to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011. (MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images)


New Libyan rebel recruits stand in formation during a training session after signing up with the forces against Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi at a training base in Benghazi, eastern Libya, Tuesday, March 1 , 2011. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)


A Libyan man surveys a weapons cache inside an army base in the eastern town of Ajdabiya, Libya, on Tuesday March 1, 2011.(AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whitehill)


Libyan rebels celebrate reports that the Qaddafi counterattack had failed, while preparing to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011.(MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images)

Libyan Leader Muammar Qaddafi smells flowers given to him by a supporter as he drives away in an electric golf cart after speaking in Tripoli, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Qaddafi spoke to supporters and the media at an event to celebrate the 34th anniversary of the declaration of transferring the "Power to the masses," and announcing the establishment of the "Republic of the Masses".(AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

Motori: Salone di Ginevra, quante idee dalle supercar alle piccole che show

Dal 3 al 13 marzo la rassegna svizzera diventa la capitale mondiale dei motori. Seguitela con noi


Salone di Ginevra, quante idee dalle supercar alle piccole che show

Dalla Ferrari FF alle piccole Renault Twixy, elettriche da città, dalla Lamborghini Aventador alla nuova Lancia Y, dalla Lancia Thema all'Alfa Romeo 4C: l'elenco delle novità - teoricamente sono 170! - del Salone di Ginevra è praticamente infinito, ma sono tutte in questo speciale.

Il Salone di Ginevra però non è solo una maxi presentazione di novità, ma anche una prova di forza dai mercati emergenti come Cina, India, o di quelli a caccia di rilancio come Russia, Brasile e in parte dagli Usa. Per affrontare le nuove sfide, a Ginevra tutti i top manager presenti tracceranno anche le loro strategie globali e, forse, imbastiranno nuove alleanze. Certamente presenteranno tante novità di prodotto, tutte rigorosamente attente all'ambiente.

Seguite con noi l'ottantunesima edizione dello Show svizzero che da 3 al 13 marzo diventa la capitale del mondo dell'auto: gallerie fotografiche, discorsi dei big, novità marca per marca, curiosità e molto altro ancora: tutto a portata di mouse su

Non ci fu stupro a Piazza di Spagna Ragazza confessa: "Tutto inventato"

Ora la giovane è indagata
per simulazione di reato

Non avrebbe subito violenza la ragazza spagnola che denunciò di essere stata vittima di uno stupro il 19 febbraio scorso: lo annuncia in una nota la Questura di Roma in seguito a un nuovo interrogatorio avvenuto ieri e motivato dalle "numerose incongruenze" del suo racconto. La ragazza è stata indagata per simulazione di reato. Avrebbe agito per giustificare la richiesta di alcuni esami medici in seguito a un rapporto occasionale.

"Il 19 febbraio scorso una cittadina spagnola di 23 anni, ha denunciato di aver subito una violenza sessuale da parte di due uomini, a lei sconosciuti, in via San Sebastianello, nei pressi di piazza di Spagna" si legge nella nota. "All`esito delle indagini, condotte dalla Procura della Repubblica di Roma e dalla Squadra Mobile della Questura di Roma, essendo state accertate numerose incongruenze nel racconto della giovane cittadina spagnola, la donna è stata nuovamente sentita nel pomeriggio di ieri dal Pubblico Ministero titolare delle indagini e dagli Ufficiali di PG della Squadra Mobile".

"A fronte delle contestazioni che le sono state mosse - spiega la nota - la giovane ha dichiarato di non aver subito alcuna violenza sessuale e di aver presentato la falsa denuncia al solo scopo di poter sottoporsi ad un`adeguata profilassi sanitaria a seguito di un occasionale rapporto sessuale non protetto. La giovane è stata indagata per simulazione di reato".


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