CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s state news agency says the country’s new president has designated a new prime minister and asked him to form a new Cabinet.
MENA reported Tuesday that President Mohammed Morsi tasked Hesham Kandil, the minister of Water Resources and Irrigation in the outgoing government, with putting together a new Cabinet to replace the current military-appointed one.
Leading German news magazine pokes fun at London’s Olympic planning
Der Spiegel: ‘Visitors will need determination to reach the venues at all’
Games will be an ‘arduous obstacle for everyone’, magazine claims
They have a reputation for faultless efficiency and planning events with meticulous detail.
So perhaps we should be worried that Germans already believe London 2012 will be an ‘Olympic-sized disaster’.
Germany’s leading news magazine has launched an attack on Britain’s preparations for the [...]
Police forces where Olympic Games venues are located have been asked to provide extra security, after G4S failed to provide enough staff.
Sky News understands that nine out of 12 police forces have been drafted in to help the embattled firm ensure the Games are kept secure.
The forces providing additional personnel include Strathclyde, West Midlands, Thames Valley and Dorset.
Sky News home affairs correspondent Mark White said: “The police say at this [...]
Hundreds of restaurants and food retailers expected to be affected
Memo about the change said retailers don’t back the decision
All British favourites must be served without chips – except for fish
Hundreds of food outlets at Olympic venues have been forced to take chips off the menu, because of a demand from sponsor McDonald’s.
Olympic chiefs have banned all 800 food retailers at the 40 Games venues across Britain from dishing up chips [...]
Comment: The same old story is trotted out one more time – The mythical white Al Qaeda is going to hijack a plane and blow it up. Time to be scared.
July 1, 2012
The al-Qaida branch in the Arabian Peninsula is believed to be planning a terror attack during the Olympic Games in London, scheduled to begin at the end of the month. According to a report in today’s [...]
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, May 11, 2012
Following the footsteps of Adolf Hitler, who had undesirables and political enemies rounded up and imprisoned before the 1936 Berlin Olympics, the British government is threatening jail time for protesters violating banning orders preventing them from coming close to any Olympic venue.
“The UK government is rounding on protesters ahead of this summer’s Olympics, issuing the first court order to ban an Occupy activist from [...]