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                    [description] => The imperialist powers poured cans of sardines and cooking pots all over Africa. In the coming weeks, I’ll be sniffing about the reverse movement: what did that colonial adventure mean for our own food? The era of the Belgians in Congo ended around 1973 with ‘Zairization’, years after independence. Thousands of Belgian entrepreneurs and farmers ... Read more
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The imperialist powers poured cans of sardines and cooking pots all over Africa. In the coming weeks, I’ll be sniffing about the reverse movement: what did that colonial adventure mean for our own food?

The era of the Belgians in Congo ended around 1973 with ‘Zairization’, years after independence. Thousands of Belgian entrepreneurs and farmers were forced to return home. Their businesses had been taken by Mobutu’s regime stalwarts.

There are eateries with moambe on the menu, but they are there for those who are looking for world cuisine today, not for nostalgics

What do we still eat today that is typical of former colonials? Which dishes on our tables are reminiscent of Congo? Tapioca pearls? What is the soul food of the returned? There is little of that left in Belgium. They did not bring many recipes with them, at least not compared to the colonial powers such as the United Kingdom or France.

We’ve all heard of moambe in from from. But where can you eat that in Brussels? Who has it on the menu at home? Yes, there are eateries in Matonge with moambe on the map, but those are not addresses for former colonials. Those restaurants are for people looking for world cuisine today, not for nostalgics.

orange sauce
The dish is called in this time high, which is Lingala for the orange sauce of pounded oil palm fruits. This sauce not only goes well with chicken, but also with other meats. although high considered national plat from Congo, the preparation occurs from Senegal (‘seed sauce‘) to Angola, the African region where the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) grows naturally. The earliest recipe I found was from an advertising recipe booklet for the Liebig and Fray Bentos brands, entitled: Gourmets in the Congo. It is a guidebook for the young colonial officials on their journey to the colony and it has no date ? perhaps pre-war?

?You have to have freshly crushed (red) palm pulp, then you take the nice pieces of a tender chicken,? it reads. Undoubtedly a difficult task in the land of the ‘poulet cycliste’, the African racehorse who has bone-hard buttocks. ?Let the chicken pieces cook in the palm oil. It must be a long and soft cooking to get tender chicken. Add plenty of salt and pili-pili. When the chicken is well cooked and tender, serve it with white rice and manioc leaves, stewed like spinach.?

So not with peanut butter
That last one is the famous one from from. Here in Brussels, red crude palm oil can now be found in African shops. The stuff is hard at our temperatures. So you have to heat them up a bit. The red gunk makes annoying stains, so be careful, but the taste is pleasantly nutty and warming. From from can be found in the store in cans, but can also be bought in bags in the freezer as ‘laid’. In many recipes on the web, red palm oil is ignored and replaced by peanut butter. Not to compare. That will come from authors who have never seen red palm oil up close? It can also come from regional differences. Angola also considers ‘Muamba Chicken’ as a national court.

But the preparation can really be called colonial. Congolese themselves impress upon me that high in this form was eaten by the Belgians in Congo, not by the locals. Tasty.

We want to thank the author of this short article for this remarkable content

Colonial past – Congolese food for Belgians – Foodlog

) [summary] => The imperialist powers poured cans of sardines and cooking pots all over Africa. In the coming weeks, I’ll be sniffing about the reverse movement: what did that colonial adventure mean for our own food? The era of the Belgians in Congo ended around 1973 with ‘Zairization’, years after independence. Thousands of Belgian entrepreneurs and farmers ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The imperialist powers poured cans of sardines and cooking pots all over Africa. In the coming weeks, I’ll be sniffing about the reverse movement: what did that colonial adventure mean for our own food?

The era of the Belgians in Congo ended around 1973 with ‘Zairization’, years after independence. Thousands of Belgian entrepreneurs and farmers were forced to return home. Their businesses had been taken by Mobutu’s regime stalwarts.

There are eateries with moambe on the menu, but they are there for those who are looking for world cuisine today, not for nostalgics

What do we still eat today that is typical of former colonials? Which dishes on our tables are reminiscent of Congo? Tapioca pearls? What is the soul food of the returned? There is little of that left in Belgium. They did not bring many recipes with them, at least not compared to the colonial powers such as the United Kingdom or France.

We’ve all heard of moambe in from from. But where can you eat that in Brussels? Who has it on the menu at home? Yes, there are eateries in Matonge with moambe on the map, but those are not addresses for former colonials. Those restaurants are for people looking for world cuisine today, not for nostalgics.

orange sauce
The dish is called in this time high, which is Lingala for the orange sauce of pounded oil palm fruits. This sauce not only goes well with chicken, but also with other meats. although high considered national plat from Congo, the preparation occurs from Senegal (‘seed sauce‘) to Angola, the African region where the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) grows naturally. The earliest recipe I found was from an advertising recipe booklet for the Liebig and Fray Bentos brands, entitled: Gourmets in the Congo. It is a guidebook for the young colonial officials on their journey to the colony and it has no date ? perhaps pre-war?

?You have to have freshly crushed (red) palm pulp, then you take the nice pieces of a tender chicken,? it reads. Undoubtedly a difficult task in the land of the ‘poulet cycliste’, the African racehorse who has bone-hard buttocks. ?Let the chicken pieces cook in the palm oil. It must be a long and soft cooking to get tender chicken. Add plenty of salt and pili-pili. When the chicken is well cooked and tender, serve it with white rice and manioc leaves, stewed like spinach.?

So not with peanut butter
That last one is the famous one from from. Here in Brussels, red crude palm oil can now be found in African shops. The stuff is hard at our temperatures. So you have to heat them up a bit. The red gunk makes annoying stains, so be careful, but the taste is pleasantly nutty and warming. From from can be found in the store in cans, but can also be bought in bags in the freezer as ‘laid’. In many recipes on the web, red palm oil is ignored and replaced by peanut butter. Not to compare. That will come from authors who have never seen red palm oil up close? It can also come from regional differences. Angola also considers ‘Muamba Chicken’ as a national court.

But the preparation can really be called colonial. Congolese themselves impress upon me that high in this form was eaten by the Belgians in Congo, not by the locals. Tasty.

We want to thank the author of this short article for this remarkable content

Colonial past – Congolese food for Belgians – Foodlog

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Press release

Neuilly-sur-Seine, February 21, 2019

The Gaumont Board of directors, which met on February 20, 2019 under the chairmanship of Nicolas Seydoux, approved the financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2018.

FULL-YEAR CONSOLIDATED RESULTS as of December 31, 2018

Key figures from operations (in millions of euros) 20181 2017 % change
Consolidated revenue 196.2 177.0 10.8 %
Operating income after share of net income of associates -8.2 133.1 and.
Net income, Group share -8.8 123.0 and.
Investments 99.3 113.4 -12.4 %
Key balance sheet figures (in millions of euros) December 31, 20181 December 31, 2017 % change
Equity, Group share 272.1 305.1 -10.8 %
Net borrowings -20.1 27.7 and
1 Audit for 2018 is being processed

In 2017, Gaumont decided to sell its movie theater operation business to focus on production, particularly series production in the U.S., Germany and the UK. 2018 and 2019 represent a transition and development period for these new activities, which should start to yield results in 2020.

Consolidated revenue for 2018 amounted to ?196.2 million, versus ?177.0 million in the previous year.

Revenue from the cinema production and distribution business amounted to ?95.5 million in 2018, compared to ?96.9 million in 2017:

Revenue from the production and distribution of television programs totaled ?92.0 million in 2018, compared to ?74.6 million in 2017.

Sales of American series accounted for ?75.4 million of revenue in 2018, versus ?67.8 million in 2017. Two series were delivered to Netflix for online release in November 2018.

Revenue from the production and distribution of television drama and cartoon series came to ?16.6 million in 2018, versus ?6.8 million in 2017. It includes sales of two six-episodes drama series, broadcasted respectively on Canal+ and France 2, as well as episodes from three cartoon series for Disney and France 5.

Gaumont recorded a Group share net loss of ?8.8 million in 2018, as against a profit of ?123.0 million in 2017.

The 2017 and 2018 annual results are not comparable: 2017 profit includes the gain on disposal of the 34% minority interest in Les Cinémas Pathé Gaumont for ?143.9 million, and the ?8.4 million contribution from this business to Gaumont?s results until the disposal date.

Operating income from cinema production and distribution, excluding overheads, totaled ?20.5 million in 2018, compared to ?12.6 million in 2017.

Operating income from the television production business in France and in the United States, excluding overheads, amounted to ?9.0 million in 2018, versus ?9.9 million in 2017.

Revenue from the holding and real estate businesses totaled ?6.0 million in 2018, mainly due to trademark royalties, compared to ?11.5 million in 2017.

Net financial income stood at ?0.2 million in 2018, compared to a net financial expense of ?8.1 million in 2017. The change reflects favorable foreign exchange rate effects.

Income tax expense for the period totaled ?0.6 million, versus ?2.0 million in 2017.

Group share of consolidated equity stood at ?272.1 million as of December 31, 2018, versus ?305.1 million as of December 31, 2017. The decrease in equity was due essentially to the year loss and to the purchase of non-controlling interests from subsidiaries in the United States.

Gaumont?s borrowings have fallen. Net cash stood at ?20.1 million as of December 31, 2018, versus net borrowings of ?27.7 million as of December 31, 2017. This mainly includes a positive cash balance of ?130 million, the Gaumont SA bond for ?60 million and self-liquidating loans of ?42 million, based on proceeds from pre-financing and release of American series.

Ten movies have been released or are scheduled to be released in theaters in 2019:

Point Blank, first feature film produced by Gaumont Films in the United States, will be delivered to Netflix in the first half of 2019.

Five television series will be delivered in 2019:

A press release on the half-year consolidated results as of June 30, 2019 will be published on September 11, 2019.

APPENDIX: Full-year and 2nd half consolidated revenue

Consolidated revenue by business segment (in millions of euros) Dec-31-2018 Dec-31-2017 % change
Cinema production and distribution 95.6 96.9 -1 %
Movie theaters France 20.4 30.7 -33 %
Video France 8.1 7.7 5 %
Video on demand France 4.3 3.9 12 %
Television France 24.0 18.6 29 %
International films 33.3 30.9 8 %
Other movie distribution income1 5.5 5.1 6 %
Television production and distribution 92.0 74.6 23 %
American dramas 75.4 67.8 11 %
French and European dramas 8.4 3.6 135 %
Animated films and series 8.2 3.2 154 %
Trademark royalties 6.2 3.6 72 %
Other miscellaneous income2 2.5 1.9 32 %
GAUMONT GROUP 196.2 177.0 11 %
1 Primarily includes spin-off products, music publishing and the Gaumont Pathé Archives business
2 Primarily includes miscellaneous services provided to third parties and real estate leases
2nd half
Consolidated revenue by business segment (in millions of euros) 2018 2017 % change
Cinema production and distribution 44.2 56.1 -21 %
Movie theaters France 7.1 19.1 -63 %
Video France 3.3 3.6 -7 %
Video on demand France 1.9 1.8 6 %
Television France 11.0 10.8 1 %
International films 18.7 18.0 4 %
Other movie distribution income1 2.2 2.9 -22 %
Television production and distribution 80.0 61.3 31 %
American dramas 73.8 54.8 35 %
French dramas 2.9 3.5 0 %
Animated films and series 3.8 3.0 29 %
Trademark royalties 4.5 1.9 142 %
Other miscellaneous income 2 1.4 1.0 46 %
GAUMONT GROUP 130.7 120.2 9 %
1 Primarily includes spin-off products, music publishing and the Gaumont Pathé Archives business
2 Primarily includes miscellaneous services provided to third parties and real estate leases

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GAUMONT: Full-year consolidated results as of Decembre 31, 2018

) [summary] => Press release Neuilly-sur-Seine, February 21, 2019 The Gaumont Board of directors, which met on February 20, 2019 under the chairmanship of Nicolas Seydoux, approved the financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2018. FULL-YEAR CONSOLIDATED RESULTS as of December 31, 2018 Key figures from operations (in millions of euros) 20181 2017 % change Consolidated ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Press release

Neuilly-sur-Seine, February 21, 2019

The Gaumont Board of directors, which met on February 20, 2019 under the chairmanship of Nicolas Seydoux, approved the financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2018.

FULL-YEAR CONSOLIDATED RESULTS as of December 31, 2018

Key figures from operations (in millions of euros) 20181 2017 % change
Consolidated revenue 196.2 177.0 10.8 %
Operating income after share of net income of associates -8.2 133.1 and.
Net income, Group share -8.8 123.0 and.
Investments 99.3 113.4 -12.4 %
Key balance sheet figures (in millions of euros) December 31, 20181 December 31, 2017 % change
Equity, Group share 272.1 305.1 -10.8 %
Net borrowings -20.1 27.7 and
1 Audit for 2018 is being processed

In 2017, Gaumont decided to sell its movie theater operation business to focus on production, particularly series production in the U.S., Germany and the UK. 2018 and 2019 represent a transition and development period for these new activities, which should start to yield results in 2020.

Consolidated revenue for 2018 amounted to ?196.2 million, versus ?177.0 million in the previous year.

Revenue from the cinema production and distribution business amounted to ?95.5 million in 2018, compared to ?96.9 million in 2017:

Revenue from the production and distribution of television programs totaled ?92.0 million in 2018, compared to ?74.6 million in 2017.

Sales of American series accounted for ?75.4 million of revenue in 2018, versus ?67.8 million in 2017. Two series were delivered to Netflix for online release in November 2018.

Revenue from the production and distribution of television drama and cartoon series came to ?16.6 million in 2018, versus ?6.8 million in 2017. It includes sales of two six-episodes drama series, broadcasted respectively on Canal+ and France 2, as well as episodes from three cartoon series for Disney and France 5.

Gaumont recorded a Group share net loss of ?8.8 million in 2018, as against a profit of ?123.0 million in 2017.

The 2017 and 2018 annual results are not comparable: 2017 profit includes the gain on disposal of the 34% minority interest in Les Cinémas Pathé Gaumont for ?143.9 million, and the ?8.4 million contribution from this business to Gaumont?s results until the disposal date.

Operating income from cinema production and distribution, excluding overheads, totaled ?20.5 million in 2018, compared to ?12.6 million in 2017.

Operating income from the television production business in France and in the United States, excluding overheads, amounted to ?9.0 million in 2018, versus ?9.9 million in 2017.

Revenue from the holding and real estate businesses totaled ?6.0 million in 2018, mainly due to trademark royalties, compared to ?11.5 million in 2017.

Net financial income stood at ?0.2 million in 2018, compared to a net financial expense of ?8.1 million in 2017. The change reflects favorable foreign exchange rate effects.

Income tax expense for the period totaled ?0.6 million, versus ?2.0 million in 2017.

Group share of consolidated equity stood at ?272.1 million as of December 31, 2018, versus ?305.1 million as of December 31, 2017. The decrease in equity was due essentially to the year loss and to the purchase of non-controlling interests from subsidiaries in the United States.

Gaumont?s borrowings have fallen. Net cash stood at ?20.1 million as of December 31, 2018, versus net borrowings of ?27.7 million as of December 31, 2017. This mainly includes a positive cash balance of ?130 million, the Gaumont SA bond for ?60 million and self-liquidating loans of ?42 million, based on proceeds from pre-financing and release of American series.

Ten movies have been released or are scheduled to be released in theaters in 2019:

Point Blank, first feature film produced by Gaumont Films in the United States, will be delivered to Netflix in the first half of 2019.

Five television series will be delivered in 2019:

A press release on the half-year consolidated results as of June 30, 2019 will be published on September 11, 2019.

APPENDIX: Full-year and 2nd half consolidated revenue

Consolidated revenue by business segment (in millions of euros) Dec-31-2018 Dec-31-2017 % change
Cinema production and distribution 95.6 96.9 -1 %
Movie theaters France 20.4 30.7 -33 %
Video France 8.1 7.7 5 %
Video on demand France 4.3 3.9 12 %
Television France 24.0 18.6 29 %
International films 33.3 30.9 8 %
Other movie distribution income1 5.5 5.1 6 %
Television production and distribution 92.0 74.6 23 %
American dramas 75.4 67.8 11 %
French and European dramas 8.4 3.6 135 %
Animated films and series 8.2 3.2 154 %
Trademark royalties 6.2 3.6 72 %
Other miscellaneous income2 2.5 1.9 32 %
GAUMONT GROUP 196.2 177.0 11 %
1 Primarily includes spin-off products, music publishing and the Gaumont Pathé Archives business
2 Primarily includes miscellaneous services provided to third parties and real estate leases
2nd half
Consolidated revenue by business segment (in millions of euros) 2018 2017 % change
Cinema production and distribution 44.2 56.1 -21 %
Movie theaters France 7.1 19.1 -63 %
Video France 3.3 3.6 -7 %
Video on demand France 1.9 1.8 6 %
Television France 11.0 10.8 1 %
International films 18.7 18.0 4 %
Other movie distribution income1 2.2 2.9 -22 %
Television production and distribution 80.0 61.3 31 %
American dramas 73.8 54.8 35 %
French dramas 2.9 3.5 0 %
Animated films and series 3.8 3.0 29 %
Trademark royalties 4.5 1.9 142 %
Other miscellaneous income 2 1.4 1.0 46 %
GAUMONT GROUP 130.7 120.2 9 %
1 Primarily includes spin-off products, music publishing and the Gaumont Pathé Archives business
2 Primarily includes miscellaneous services provided to third parties and real estate leases

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GAUMONT: Full-year consolidated results as of Decembre 31, 2018

[date_timestamp] => 1643019319 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Confusion in Burkina Faso after the mutiny of soldiers in several barracks [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/world-news/confusion-in-burkina-faso-after-the-mutiny-of-soldiers-in-several-barracks/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 10:13:11 +0000 [category] => World NewsbarracksBurkinaconfusionFasomutinysoldiers [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=11908 [description] => To not miss any African news, subscribe to the newsletter of the World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of news and debates covered by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”. On a central avenue in Ouagadougou where a group of young demonstrators supporting the role of the army ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

To not miss any African news, subscribe to the newsletter of the World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of news and debates covered by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”.

On a central avenue in Ouagadougou where a group of young demonstrators supporting the role of the army protested against President Marc Christian Kabore, January 23, 2022.

The night was short in Ouagadougou, punctuated by the comings and goings of helicopters and gunshots, some with heavy weapons, heard in several places in the Burkinabe capital. Monday morning, January 24, the situation was still confused: rumors of a coup d’etat circulated after the mutiny of certain soldiers on Sunday, against a background of anger at the authorities’ inability to stem the violence in a country where terrorist attacks left more than 2,000 dead and 1.5 million displaced in six years. According to security sources cited by Agence France presse, President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré was arrested by mutinous soldiers.

The first shots broke out in the night from Saturday to Sunday at the Sangoulé Lamizana military camp, in Gounghin, on the outskirts of Ouagadougou. Hamidou (first name changed at his request), a first class soldier, was sleeping when he heard “shots around 4 a.m.”, within the camp grounds. “A boss called me to tell me to get out, that a coup was in progress”, says the 25-year-old young man in khaki fatigues, his face camouflaged by a black balaclava.

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Sunday morning, several dozen soldiers, Kalashnikovs in hand, came out of their barracks, firing in the air, and blocked access to the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp. Heavy gunfire was also heard at the General-Baba-Sy camp and at the Ouagadougou air base, as well as at a barracks in the town of Kaya, in north-central Burkina Faso.

In a press release published in the morning, the government, which confirmed these shootings, however denied ?a takeover by the army? and ensured that the institutions were not threatened ” for the moment “. A curfew has been imposed from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. ” until further notice “ throughout the territory. All schools in the country are also closed until Tuesday, January 25 “to preserve the safety of students and teachers”.

Support for mutineers

At this stage, the demands of the mutinous soldiers have not been officially communicated. But, in the group of soldiers posted near the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp, several claim to have come out to express their anger at the “incapacity” of the Head of State to overcome the increasingly deadly terrorist attacks of recent months. “We can’t take it anymore, the president can no longer hold the country, our comrades are dying every day at the front”, castigates Hamidou, who woke up at dawn to support the “movement of mood”. ?We gave him several chances, but now it’s too late, we demand the departure of the president! », says the latter, cheered by a group of young people from the neighborhood in front of the barracks.

On Sunday, a hundred demonstrators gathered at the entrance to the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp to express their support for the mutineers. Concert of vuvuzelas, horns and cries of joy. ?The military in power! », shouted some, brandishing small red and green flags, colors of Burkina. ?We want a transition regime like in Mali and the departure of France from the Sahel?, explains a 31-year-old trader, in front of the West interchange, where young people had erected barricades of stones and burnt tires.

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Groups of people also tried to reach the Place de la Nation, in the heart of the capital, before being dispersed by tear gas fire from the riot police and the gendarmerie. At least one protester was injured by a stray bullet. Later in the day, supporters of the mutinous soldiers set fire to the ground floor of the headquarters of the ruling party, the People’s Movement for Progress (MPP), in Ouagadougou. During the day, several journalists were attacked by demonstrators and mutinous soldiers. Two international press correspondents were arrested by soldiers in front of the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp, their motorcycles and cameras confiscated, before being released thirty minutes later.

Attempts at negotiations

On Sunday night, sporadic gunfire was heard in several camps in the capital. Shots also rang out near the home of President Kaboré, in the Patte-d’Oie district. After blocking access to Facebook, the mobile Internet connection was suspended during the day, without any details from the authorities.

On national television, in a special edition broadcast at 9 a.m., the Minister for the Armed Forces assured “monitor the situation” and promised to communicate ” in right time “. “We don’t know more about the motivations for these shots or the claims, we are following up to get in touch with those who are on the job”, declared General Aimé Barthélémy Simporé, while denying “formally” the arrest of the Head of State and asking the population to stay “serene”.

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According to our information, negotiations were attempted between the mutineers and the authorities. In an audio recording transmitted to the World, one of the leaders of the mutiny, who did not want to be named, lists six demands, including ” replacing “ the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces, the Army and the Director General of the National Intelligence Agency, “resources adapted to the fight and substantial staff”, a “upgrading” strengths and ?permanent formed units? in the field.

Concern of Western chancelleries

Mutiny or coup? On social networks, rumors and speculation multiplied. Some have mentioned an attempt to free General Gilbert Diendéré, sentenced to twenty years in prison and currently in detention at the army arrest and correction center, located at the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp, for an attempted putsch in 2015 and currently on trial for his alleged role in the 1987 assassination of former President Thomas Sankara.

In the barracks, anger has continued to rise since the Inata attack in mid-November 2021 in the north of the country, in which 53 gendarmes were killed, the bloodiest massacre to date against the army. On January 11, a dozen Burkinabe soldiers and five civilians were arrested and accused of fomenting a coup against Mr. Kaboré.

Read also In Burkina Faso, a dozen soldiers and civilians suspected of preparing a coup

Saturday, January 22, hundreds of people took to the streets of the capital and in several cities of the country, despite the ban on marches, to denounce “incapacity” of the president to manage the security crisis. In Ouagadougou, the demonstrators had tried to erect barricades, before being dispersed. Several young people, including mobilization leaders, had been arrested.

In Western chancelleries, the concern is great. On Sunday, the French embassy recommended to its nationals to avoid all travel, while the Air France flight of the day was canceled. Behind the scenes, some fear a Malian scenario, with the military seizing power in Burkina Faso, a country that has experienced several coups and putsch attempts in the past. In a press release, the president of the commission of the Community of West African States (ECOWAS) said that he was following ?with great concern? the situation and called for calm, while asking ?the military to remain in a republican posture and to favor dialogue with the authorities?.

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Confusion in Burkina Faso after the mutiny of soldiers in several barracks

) [summary] => To not miss any African news, subscribe to the newsletter of the World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of news and debates covered by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”. On a central avenue in Ouagadougou where a group of young demonstrators supporting the role of the army ... Read more [atom_content] =>

To not miss any African news, subscribe to the newsletter of the World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of news and debates covered by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”.

On a central avenue in Ouagadougou where a group of young demonstrators supporting the role of the army protested against President Marc Christian Kabore, January 23, 2022.

The night was short in Ouagadougou, punctuated by the comings and goings of helicopters and gunshots, some with heavy weapons, heard in several places in the Burkinabe capital. Monday morning, January 24, the situation was still confused: rumors of a coup d’etat circulated after the mutiny of certain soldiers on Sunday, against a background of anger at the authorities’ inability to stem the violence in a country where terrorist attacks left more than 2,000 dead and 1.5 million displaced in six years. According to security sources cited by Agence France presse, President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré was arrested by mutinous soldiers.

The first shots broke out in the night from Saturday to Sunday at the Sangoulé Lamizana military camp, in Gounghin, on the outskirts of Ouagadougou. Hamidou (first name changed at his request), a first class soldier, was sleeping when he heard “shots around 4 a.m.”, within the camp grounds. “A boss called me to tell me to get out, that a coup was in progress”, says the 25-year-old young man in khaki fatigues, his face camouflaged by a black balaclava.

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Sunday morning, several dozen soldiers, Kalashnikovs in hand, came out of their barracks, firing in the air, and blocked access to the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp. Heavy gunfire was also heard at the General-Baba-Sy camp and at the Ouagadougou air base, as well as at a barracks in the town of Kaya, in north-central Burkina Faso.

In a press release published in the morning, the government, which confirmed these shootings, however denied ?a takeover by the army? and ensured that the institutions were not threatened ” for the moment “. A curfew has been imposed from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. ” until further notice “ throughout the territory. All schools in the country are also closed until Tuesday, January 25 “to preserve the safety of students and teachers”.

Support for mutineers

At this stage, the demands of the mutinous soldiers have not been officially communicated. But, in the group of soldiers posted near the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp, several claim to have come out to express their anger at the “incapacity” of the Head of State to overcome the increasingly deadly terrorist attacks of recent months. “We can’t take it anymore, the president can no longer hold the country, our comrades are dying every day at the front”, castigates Hamidou, who woke up at dawn to support the “movement of mood”. ?We gave him several chances, but now it’s too late, we demand the departure of the president! », says the latter, cheered by a group of young people from the neighborhood in front of the barracks.

On Sunday, a hundred demonstrators gathered at the entrance to the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp to express their support for the mutineers. Concert of vuvuzelas, horns and cries of joy. ?The military in power! », shouted some, brandishing small red and green flags, colors of Burkina. ?We want a transition regime like in Mali and the departure of France from the Sahel?, explains a 31-year-old trader, in front of the West interchange, where young people had erected barricades of stones and burnt tires.

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Groups of people also tried to reach the Place de la Nation, in the heart of the capital, before being dispersed by tear gas fire from the riot police and the gendarmerie. At least one protester was injured by a stray bullet. Later in the day, supporters of the mutinous soldiers set fire to the ground floor of the headquarters of the ruling party, the People’s Movement for Progress (MPP), in Ouagadougou. During the day, several journalists were attacked by demonstrators and mutinous soldiers. Two international press correspondents were arrested by soldiers in front of the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp, their motorcycles and cameras confiscated, before being released thirty minutes later.

Attempts at negotiations

On Sunday night, sporadic gunfire was heard in several camps in the capital. Shots also rang out near the home of President Kaboré, in the Patte-d’Oie district. After blocking access to Facebook, the mobile Internet connection was suspended during the day, without any details from the authorities.

On national television, in a special edition broadcast at 9 a.m., the Minister for the Armed Forces assured “monitor the situation” and promised to communicate ” in right time “. “We don’t know more about the motivations for these shots or the claims, we are following up to get in touch with those who are on the job”, declared General Aimé Barthélémy Simporé, while denying “formally” the arrest of the Head of State and asking the population to stay “serene”.

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According to our information, negotiations were attempted between the mutineers and the authorities. In an audio recording transmitted to the World, one of the leaders of the mutiny, who did not want to be named, lists six demands, including ” replacing “ the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces, the Army and the Director General of the National Intelligence Agency, “resources adapted to the fight and substantial staff”, a “upgrading” strengths and ?permanent formed units? in the field.

Concern of Western chancelleries

Mutiny or coup? On social networks, rumors and speculation multiplied. Some have mentioned an attempt to free General Gilbert Diendéré, sentenced to twenty years in prison and currently in detention at the army arrest and correction center, located at the Sangoulé-Lamizana camp, for an attempted putsch in 2015 and currently on trial for his alleged role in the 1987 assassination of former President Thomas Sankara.

In the barracks, anger has continued to rise since the Inata attack in mid-November 2021 in the north of the country, in which 53 gendarmes were killed, the bloodiest massacre to date against the army. On January 11, a dozen Burkinabe soldiers and five civilians were arrested and accused of fomenting a coup against Mr. Kaboré.

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Saturday, January 22, hundreds of people took to the streets of the capital and in several cities of the country, despite the ban on marches, to denounce “incapacity” of the president to manage the security crisis. In Ouagadougou, the demonstrators had tried to erect barricades, before being dispersed. Several young people, including mobilization leaders, had been arrested.

In Western chancelleries, the concern is great. On Sunday, the French embassy recommended to its nationals to avoid all travel, while the Air France flight of the day was canceled. Behind the scenes, some fear a Malian scenario, with the military seizing power in Burkina Faso, a country that has experienced several coups and putsch attempts in the past. In a press release, the president of the commission of the Community of West African States (ECOWAS) said that he was following ?with great concern? the situation and called for calm, while asking ?the military to remain in a republican posture and to favor dialogue with the authorities?.

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You will see very different versions in the upcoming show. It is assumed that Holland has another franchise as he talks about James Bond a lot. Now, the main decision would be who will play the role in the next upcoming 007?  It is pretty sure it won?t be made until 2022 according to producer Barbara Broccoli.

Several actors also put their names forward in the role of Dwayne Johnson, which means Q actor Ben also revealed the fact he wished to play the role in the next 007.  Holland would no longer be in contact with Marvel. However,  he disclosed his secret to the Empire and said that he wanted to talk a lot about it.

However, in a GQ interview, he said he wanted to move on. He wanted to do a Miles Morales film and made an announcement that spider man would not go back home. This was according to the NME website.

The 25 years old Spiderman actor will go no back home, as he pitched his idea of a young 700 movie to sony. He said in one of his interviews. In this movie, he would play the role of Nathan Drake opposite Mark Whalberg in the upcoming movie.

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It was an amazing moment, Holland said. So, at last, he revealed the fact that he doesn?t want to say Goodbye to Spiderman, but, it might be important to say goodbye to Spiderman. This statement was according to a people website. The last statement he stated over the website is that he doesn?t want to be responsible for holding back the next young people that come much more than Holland added to their statement.

Will Tom Holland be the terrible choice for the James Bond role?

Tom Holland repeatedly shows interest in entering the James Bond role after completing his spider-man franchise. But, there are various reasons why this would not work.

First and foremost is the most entertaining element of MCU since he introduced himself to Capitan America. But, teenage Spider-man and the sophisticated MI6 are two different roles to suit. In 007 Daniel Craig will be in the role of Bond, as MGM would like to skip the bond from the upcoming show. Playing a favorable role in the spider-man yet, helped Tom Holland to become one of the biggest names in the entertainment industry.

The MCU gives Peter Parker a youthful spirit and brave attitude in the role at only the age of 19 years. His caring nature helped the web-crawling to put light over every bit of adolescence and his dance fit perfectly in the spiderman suit. Looking at all these qualities made him welcome additional MCU  rosters as well as heroes. This also increases the probability of getting cast in the James Bond role.

Priorly Tom Holland wanted to play Britain?s most famous secret service agent, which excited most of the Marvel fans. But, in order to win the hearts of Bond fans, he would need to play the role of James Bond. But, at last, his strength became his weakness. This statement is all by, screen rant website.

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Tom Holland, a current star of the Spiderman show, will soon play the role of Nathan Drake in the uncharted movie adaptation. At this point, we will not assume any major role for this actor. But, in one of his interviews, he revealed the fact that he recently pitched the James Bond original story film to Sony and Aeon productions. But, they rejected his idea and turned him down. This was according to the Nerdist platform.

Tom Holland Spiderman cast revealed the fact that they will play the next James Bond role in the upcoming show. Tom Holland is seen last in the Spiderman show. In one of his interviews, he also revealed the fact that he will end the franchise soon. In one of his interviews with entertainment weekly, he relieved the fact that he will be lucky enough to drive into the same character again.

You will see very different versions in the upcoming show. It is assumed that Holland has another franchise as he talks about James Bond a lot. Now, the main decision would be who will play the role in the next upcoming 007?  It is pretty sure it won?t be made until 2022 according to producer Barbara Broccoli.

Several actors also put their names forward in the role of Dwayne Johnson, which means Q actor Ben also revealed the fact he wished to play the role in the next 007.  Holland would no longer be in contact with Marvel. However,  he disclosed his secret to the Empire and said that he wanted to talk a lot about it.

However, in a GQ interview, he said he wanted to move on. He wanted to do a Miles Morales film and made an announcement that spider man would not go back home. This was according to the NME website.

The 25 years old Spiderman actor will go no back home, as he pitched his idea of a young 700 movie to sony. He said in one of his interviews. In this movie, he would play the role of Nathan Drake opposite Mark Whalberg in the upcoming movie.

While interviewing with reporters Spiderman revealed the fact that he would telecast the idea of a young bond in the upcoming movie. It is an original story of James Bond, Holland said. But, the statement of Tom Holland is quite controversial.

It doesn?t really make any sense and didn?t work as it was just the dream of young kinds and I don?t think the bond cast will be particularly interesting. This statement was according to the people?s website.

He continued his idea of young bond and film sparked this idea and in turns, he could do Nathan Drake?s story as the original story, rather than revealing about the games and he opened his clear conversations. But, the most recent star to portray Bond was Daniel Bond who finished his stint in the last year with his fifth and final 007 films.

Last year Holland suggested to the people that it might be a time to put light over Peter Parker since the first cast in the spider man homecoming in 2015. He expressed his feeling through this conversation as he loved every minute of it, as he is grateful to marvel and sony for giving him an opportunity and allowing their character to progress.

It was an amazing moment, Holland said. So, at last, he revealed the fact that he doesn?t want to say Goodbye to Spiderman, but, it might be important to say goodbye to Spiderman. This statement was according to a people website. The last statement he stated over the website is that he doesn?t want to be responsible for holding back the next young people that come much more than Holland added to their statement.

Will Tom Holland be the terrible choice for the James Bond role?

Tom Holland repeatedly shows interest in entering the James Bond role after completing his spider-man franchise. But, there are various reasons why this would not work.

First and foremost is the most entertaining element of MCU since he introduced himself to Capitan America. But, teenage Spider-man and the sophisticated MI6 are two different roles to suit. In 007 Daniel Craig will be in the role of Bond, as MGM would like to skip the bond from the upcoming show. Playing a favorable role in the spider-man yet, helped Tom Holland to become one of the biggest names in the entertainment industry.

The MCU gives Peter Parker a youthful spirit and brave attitude in the role at only the age of 19 years. His caring nature helped the web-crawling to put light over every bit of adolescence and his dance fit perfectly in the spiderman suit. Looking at all these qualities made him welcome additional MCU  rosters as well as heroes. This also increases the probability of getting cast in the James Bond role.

Priorly Tom Holland wanted to play Britain?s most famous secret service agent, which excited most of the Marvel fans. But, in order to win the hearts of Bond fans, he would need to play the role of James Bond. But, at last, his strength became his weakness. This statement is all by, screen rant website.

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[date_timestamp] => 1643018084 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => An association in the kitchen to fight against violence in the kitchen [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/magazine/an-association-in-the-kitchen-to-fight-against-violence-in-the-kitchen/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Moonlky ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 04:16:23 +0000 [category] => Magazineassociationfightkitchenviolence [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=11896 [description] => The Bondir.e association in front of the students of the BTS management in hotel and catering at the Jean-Drouant high school, in Paris, on January 5, 2022. EDOUARD JACQUINET FOR M LE MAGAZINE DU MONDE On Wednesday January 5 in the morning, while some of them had until now been plunged into a gentle lethargy, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

On Wednesday January 5 in the morning, while some of them had until now been plunged into a gentle lethargy, the first-year students of BTS in hotel and restaurant management at the Jean-Drouant high school in Paris, are snorting. It’s their time. In the large amphitheater which has about sixty people, a teacher passes a basket in which boys and girls deposit their testimony in the form of small folded papers. There are six. All anonymous.

Natacha Collet and Manon Fleury, two chefs in their thirties, unfold them and read them aloud, each in turn: ?During an internship, a man in the kitchen made several remarks to me like ?girls like you, they must like bananas? (?). Until the day we found ourselves alone and he said to me: ?When are we fucking?? At that time, I felt dirty and I was afraid that he would touch me. I reacted and I did well. He never started again. »

Natacha Collet has a flat voice when she reads, laconic: ?In my first internship, the maitre d’ told me that I had to seduce men in order to make sales. I was a waitress and a minor (15 years old). » The floor is open. A young man raises his hand to talk about the last day of one of his internships: he says goodbye to the restaurant team and announces that he is going to celebrate his birthday with his girlfriend. A superior says to him: ?So I won’t be the first pipe of your 19 years! »

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Since May 2021, the Bondir.e association has set itself the objective of combating violence in the restaurant industry, by offering training in “future leaders so that they adopt healthy and normal working methods”, explains Marion Goettlé, 27. She herself is the head of her company, cook and pastry chef at the Café Mirabelle, in Paris. In November 2020, she was one of five women who testified to gender-based and sexual violence in the kitchen in an article published in M. It has already announced its intention to intervene in hotel schools to train young people on these crucial issues.

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When Michel Hartbrot, teacher at the Jean-Drouant hotel school, reads the article, he calls him immediately to ask him to come and meet his students. Happy but intimidated, Marion Goettlé then contacts chef Manon Fleury, who has also taken a position on this subject in the media. Together, the two young women are structuring a presentation that they are leading for the first time in front of a class in February 2021.

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) [summary] => The Bondir.e association in front of the students of the BTS management in hotel and catering at the Jean-Drouant high school, in Paris, on January 5, 2022. EDOUARD JACQUINET FOR M LE MAGAZINE DU MONDE On Wednesday January 5 in the morning, while some of them had until now been plunged into a gentle lethargy, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

On Wednesday January 5 in the morning, while some of them had until now been plunged into a gentle lethargy, the first-year students of BTS in hotel and restaurant management at the Jean-Drouant high school in Paris, are snorting. It’s their time. In the large amphitheater which has about sixty people, a teacher passes a basket in which boys and girls deposit their testimony in the form of small folded papers. There are six. All anonymous.

Natacha Collet and Manon Fleury, two chefs in their thirties, unfold them and read them aloud, each in turn: ?During an internship, a man in the kitchen made several remarks to me like ?girls like you, they must like bananas? (?). Until the day we found ourselves alone and he said to me: ?When are we fucking?? At that time, I felt dirty and I was afraid that he would touch me. I reacted and I did well. He never started again. »

Natacha Collet has a flat voice when she reads, laconic: ?In my first internship, the maitre d’ told me that I had to seduce men in order to make sales. I was a waitress and a minor (15 years old). » The floor is open. A young man raises his hand to talk about the last day of one of his internships: he says goodbye to the restaurant team and announces that he is going to celebrate his birthday with his girlfriend. A superior says to him: ?So I won’t be the first pipe of your 19 years! »

Know how to identify the mechanisms of violence

Since May 2021, the Bondir.e association has set itself the objective of combating violence in the restaurant industry, by offering training in “future leaders so that they adopt healthy and normal working methods”, explains Marion Goettlé, 27. She herself is the head of her company, cook and pastry chef at the Café Mirabelle, in Paris. In November 2020, she was one of five women who testified to gender-based and sexual violence in the kitchen in an article published in M. It has already announced its intention to intervene in hotel schools to train young people on these crucial issues.

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When Michel Hartbrot, teacher at the Jean-Drouant hotel school, reads the article, he calls him immediately to ask him to come and meet his students. Happy but intimidated, Marion Goettlé then contacts chef Manon Fleury, who has also taken a position on this subject in the media. Together, the two young women are structuring a presentation that they are leading for the first time in front of a class in February 2021.

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Philippe Rousselet?s Vendôme Group and Anonymous Content, the company behind ?True Detective? and ?The Revenant,? have acquired TV rights to the novel, which was published in March 2020 by Doubleday Books.

?Code Name Hélène? will tell the epic real-life story of Nancy Grace Augusta Wake, a New Zealand-born journalist who became a ferociously brave spy and one of the most powerful leaders of the French Resistance. The series will be told in interweaving timelines following each of the four code names used by Nancy during World War II.

?Nancy Wake was an astonishing New Zealand-born, Australian-bred woman of incredible courage, ingenuity and wit. Her heroic actions during WWII are, in my opinion, too little known,? said Debicki. ?As an Australian, I am delighted to come on board this production as both actress and executive producer to tell her utterly unique story.?

Debicki, who will next star as Princess Diana in ?The Crown,? has been delivering strong, multi-layered performances in spy projects, notably in Susanne Bier?s hit BBC/AMC drama series ?The Night Manager? and more recently in Christopher Nolan?s ?Tenet.?

Rousselet, who is producing ?Code Name Hélène,? said, ?Ariel Lawhon?s novel vividly brings to life the incredible true story of Nancy Wake, whose wit and style were matched only by her bravery, courage and passionate leadership.?

?Anonymous Content is synonymous with smart, sophisticated storytelling and is the perfect partner for us on ?Code Name Hélène.? It?s a gripping, epic tale with a wonderfully colorful, feisty and daring woman at its core whose bravery can?t help but inspire us all,? said Rousselet.

Anonymous Content?s Keith Redmon said, ?Elizabeth Debicki is the perfect person to bring life to Ariel Lawhon?s courageous character, whose leadership and bravery led her to become one of the most successful and notorious spies of the French Resistance in World War II.?

?We couldn?t be happier to have her on board, along with our partners Philippe and the Vendôme Group team, to bring Nancy?s legacy to audiences around the world,? said Redmon.

Rosalie Swedlin and Redmon will be executive producing the limited series for Anonymous Content with Kathryn Thal. Fabrice Gianfermi, co-CEO of Vendôme Group, and Sarah Borch-Jacobsen, head of development and production, will also serve as executive producers.

?Code Name Hélène? is the second major TV series to be announced by Vendôme. The company is also developing an ambitious series project based on a New York Times report about the battle to save the Notre-Dame cathedral, with award-winning novelist and screenwriter William Boyd on board.

One of Europe?s top independent production companies, Vendôme has a solid track record in the U.S. and Europe with movies such as ?La Famille Belier,? ?Lord of War,? ?Source Code,? ?What Happened to Monday,? and more recently ?The Lost Prince? helmed by Michel Hazanavicius. The banner?s current production slate includes ?Coda,? Sian Heder?s English-language remake of ?La Famille Belier? starring Emilia Jones.

Debicki is represented by CAA and United Management. Lawhon, a critically acclaimed author of historical fiction, is represented by Elisabeth Weed at The Book Group.

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) [summary] => Elizabeth Debicki, the rising Australian actor who headlines ?Tenet,? is set to star in and executive produce ?Code Name Hélène,? an international limited series from France?s Vendôme Group and Anonymous Content, based on New York Times bestselling author Ariel Lawhon?s World War II spy thriller. Philippe Rousselet?s Vendôme Group and Anonymous Content, the company behind ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Elizabeth Debicki, the rising Australian actor who headlines ?Tenet,? is set to star in and executive produce ?Code Name Hélène,? an international limited series from France?s Vendôme Group and Anonymous Content, based on New York Times bestselling author Ariel Lawhon?s World War II spy thriller.

Philippe Rousselet?s Vendôme Group and Anonymous Content, the company behind ?True Detective? and ?The Revenant,? have acquired TV rights to the novel, which was published in March 2020 by Doubleday Books.

?Code Name Hélène? will tell the epic real-life story of Nancy Grace Augusta Wake, a New Zealand-born journalist who became a ferociously brave spy and one of the most powerful leaders of the French Resistance. The series will be told in interweaving timelines following each of the four code names used by Nancy during World War II.

?Nancy Wake was an astonishing New Zealand-born, Australian-bred woman of incredible courage, ingenuity and wit. Her heroic actions during WWII are, in my opinion, too little known,? said Debicki. ?As an Australian, I am delighted to come on board this production as both actress and executive producer to tell her utterly unique story.?

Debicki, who will next star as Princess Diana in ?The Crown,? has been delivering strong, multi-layered performances in spy projects, notably in Susanne Bier?s hit BBC/AMC drama series ?The Night Manager? and more recently in Christopher Nolan?s ?Tenet.?

Rousselet, who is producing ?Code Name Hélène,? said, ?Ariel Lawhon?s novel vividly brings to life the incredible true story of Nancy Wake, whose wit and style were matched only by her bravery, courage and passionate leadership.?

?Anonymous Content is synonymous with smart, sophisticated storytelling and is the perfect partner for us on ?Code Name Hélène.? It?s a gripping, epic tale with a wonderfully colorful, feisty and daring woman at its core whose bravery can?t help but inspire us all,? said Rousselet.

Anonymous Content?s Keith Redmon said, ?Elizabeth Debicki is the perfect person to bring life to Ariel Lawhon?s courageous character, whose leadership and bravery led her to become one of the most successful and notorious spies of the French Resistance in World War II.?

?We couldn?t be happier to have her on board, along with our partners Philippe and the Vendôme Group team, to bring Nancy?s legacy to audiences around the world,? said Redmon.

Rosalie Swedlin and Redmon will be executive producing the limited series for Anonymous Content with Kathryn Thal. Fabrice Gianfermi, co-CEO of Vendôme Group, and Sarah Borch-Jacobsen, head of development and production, will also serve as executive producers.

?Code Name Hélène? is the second major TV series to be announced by Vendôme. The company is also developing an ambitious series project based on a New York Times report about the battle to save the Notre-Dame cathedral, with award-winning novelist and screenwriter William Boyd on board.

One of Europe?s top independent production companies, Vendôme has a solid track record in the U.S. and Europe with movies such as ?La Famille Belier,? ?Lord of War,? ?Source Code,? ?What Happened to Monday,? and more recently ?The Lost Prince? helmed by Michel Hazanavicius. The banner?s current production slate includes ?Coda,? Sian Heder?s English-language remake of ?La Famille Belier? starring Emilia Jones.

Debicki is represented by CAA and United Management. Lawhon, a critically acclaimed author of historical fiction, is represented by Elisabeth Weed at The Book Group.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642997723 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Power cuts, record heat wave: the painful summer of the inhabitants of Buenos Aires [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/world-news/power-cuts-record-heat-wave-the-painful-summer-of-the-inhabitants-of-buenos-aires/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 04:12:23 +0000 [category] => World NewsAiresBuenoscutsheatinhabitantsPainfulPowerrecordsummerwave [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=11884 [description] => LETTER FROM BUENOS AIRES A child tries to cool off during a strong heat wave, in a street in Buenos Aires, January 14, 2022. MARIO DE FINA / AP Suddenly, the constant murmur of electrical appliances stops. In the heat of the southern summer, the Argentineans are familiar with this sudden silence, the harbinger of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

LETTER FROM BUENOS AIRES

Suddenly, the constant murmur of electrical appliances stops. In the heat of the southern summer, the Argentineans are familiar with this sudden silence, the harbinger of a power cut that can last for days. One of them had affected 90,000 users, at the end of December 2021, in Buenos Aires and its suburbs. Once again, on Tuesday January 11, when the beating sun reached its zenith, approximately 700,000 people were without electricity, while the massive use of air conditioning during the hottest months of the year overstretched the network.

?Hi, I’m going to post a video with all the products I’m going to have to throw away because I’ve been without electricity for thirty-six hours. Okay ? », annoys a user on Twitter, calling out Edesur, the company, which, with Edenor, distributes energy in Buenos Aires and its region. Prolonged power cuts force households to give up their food reserves, frozen or refrigerated, sometimes accumulated to get ahead of inflation (nearly 51% in 2021), in a country where four in ten people live today. in poverty today.

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Disabled people deprived of their elevators, traffic lights off, inability to cook or perform basic hygiene when these systems depend on electricity, unloaded computers and stalled Wi-Fi at a time when the teleworking has never prevailed so much, impossibility of getting light or getting out of the heat even with a fan: the consequences of these cuts upset the intimacy of homes and the life of neighborhoods. In Buenos Aires, residents expressed their anger by demonstrating and blocking road traffic ? a common means of protest in Argentina.

These scenes are nothing new. Power outages punctuate summers in Buenos Aires and its metropolitan area. Businesses “do not carry out the work necessary to improve the service, which is expensive and bad”, says Guido Lorenzino, head of the People’s Defense of the Province of Buenos Aires, a public body supporting the interests of citizens. ?It is unacceptable that every summer the same complaints about power cuts, the lack of follow-up and answers [des entreprises] repeat themselves”, added the same organization, in the city of Buenos Aires.

The price of electricity is frozen

The companies concerned point to the lack of funds to meet the necessary investment, while the price of electricity remains particularly low in Argentina. In fact, it amounts to just over five pesos for one kilowatt hour (kwH), the equivalent of 0.045 euros at the official rate, or almost four times less than in France, for comparison. But the minimum wage there is about five times lower than in France. In order to curb the effect of inflation on household budgets, the price of electricity is currently frozen in Argentina.

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) [summary] => LETTER FROM BUENOS AIRES A child tries to cool off during a strong heat wave, in a street in Buenos Aires, January 14, 2022. MARIO DE FINA / AP Suddenly, the constant murmur of electrical appliances stops. In the heat of the southern summer, the Argentineans are familiar with this sudden silence, the harbinger of ... Read more [atom_content] =>

LETTER FROM BUENOS AIRES

Suddenly, the constant murmur of electrical appliances stops. In the heat of the southern summer, the Argentineans are familiar with this sudden silence, the harbinger of a power cut that can last for days. One of them had affected 90,000 users, at the end of December 2021, in Buenos Aires and its suburbs. Once again, on Tuesday January 11, when the beating sun reached its zenith, approximately 700,000 people were without electricity, while the massive use of air conditioning during the hottest months of the year overstretched the network.

?Hi, I’m going to post a video with all the products I’m going to have to throw away because I’ve been without electricity for thirty-six hours. Okay ? », annoys a user on Twitter, calling out Edesur, the company, which, with Edenor, distributes energy in Buenos Aires and its region. Prolonged power cuts force households to give up their food reserves, frozen or refrigerated, sometimes accumulated to get ahead of inflation (nearly 51% in 2021), in a country where four in ten people live today. in poverty today.

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Disabled people deprived of their elevators, traffic lights off, inability to cook or perform basic hygiene when these systems depend on electricity, unloaded computers and stalled Wi-Fi at a time when the teleworking has never prevailed so much, impossibility of getting light or getting out of the heat even with a fan: the consequences of these cuts upset the intimacy of homes and the life of neighborhoods. In Buenos Aires, residents expressed their anger by demonstrating and blocking road traffic ? a common means of protest in Argentina.

These scenes are nothing new. Power outages punctuate summers in Buenos Aires and its metropolitan area. Businesses “do not carry out the work necessary to improve the service, which is expensive and bad”, says Guido Lorenzino, head of the People’s Defense of the Province of Buenos Aires, a public body supporting the interests of citizens. ?It is unacceptable that every summer the same complaints about power cuts, the lack of follow-up and answers [des entreprises] repeat themselves”, added the same organization, in the city of Buenos Aires.

The price of electricity is frozen

The companies concerned point to the lack of funds to meet the necessary investment, while the price of electricity remains particularly low in Argentina. In fact, it amounts to just over five pesos for one kilowatt hour (kwH), the equivalent of 0.045 euros at the official rate, or almost four times less than in France, for comparison. But the minimum wage there is about five times lower than in France. In order to curb the effect of inflation on household budgets, the price of electricity is currently frozen in Argentina.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642997543 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Le combat d?ouvriers agricoles du Nicaragua contre l?agrochimie porté devant la justice française [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/planet/le-combat-douvriers-agricoles-du-nicaragua-contre-lagrochimie-porte-devant-la-justice-francaise/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 02:45:19 +0000 [category] => PlanetagricolescombatcontredevantdouvriersfrançaisejusticelagrochimieNicaraguaporté [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=11878 [description] => Manifestation d?ouvriers agricoles contre les entreprises qui ont utilisé des pesticides nocifs dans les plantations de bananes, à Managua (Nicaragua), en 2007. MIGUEL ALVAREZ / AFP C?est un dossier international, tentaculaire et unique qui se retrouve devant la justice française. Une affaire de santé publique à près d?un milliard de dollars. Tel est le montant ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

C?est un dossier international, tentaculaire et unique qui se retrouve devant la justice française. Une affaire de santé publique à près d?un milliard de dollars. Tel est le montant de l?indemnisation réclamée par 1 234 anciens ouvriers agricoles nicaraguayens à trois multinationales américaines de l?agrochimie. Jusqu?en 1983, The Dow Chemical Company, Occidental Chemical (devenue Oxy) et Shell Oil ont exporté en Amérique centrale le DBCP (Dibromo-chloropropane) pourtant interdit dès 1977 aux Etats-Unis. Ce pesticide extrêmement polluant, qui provoque notamment des cancers et de l?infertilité, a été utilisé sans protection par les plaignants pour éliminer des vers nuisibles aux racines des bananiers. Lundi 24 janvier, les magistrats du tribunal judiciaire de Paris vont examiner la demande d?assignation des trois groupes américains dans le cadre de la procédure d?exequatur lancée par les avocats des victimes.

Celle-ci vise à rendre exécutoire en France, et dans les autres Etats de l?Union européenne, une décision judiciaire nicaraguayenne qui a condamné les sociétés américaines à verser 805 millions de dollars d?indemnisations à ces anciens travailleurs. Ce jugement prononcé en 2006 reconnaît la responsabilité des groupes américains dans l?importation, la distribution et l?utilisation du DBCP dans les exploitations agricoles entre 1977 et 1983. Ce qui a été confirmé en appel et, en 2012, par la Cour suprême du Nicaragua. Toutefois, cette décision judiciaire n?a jamais pu être exécutée. Dow Chemical Company, Occidental Chemical et Shell Oil la contestent fermement et se sont retirées du pays sans laisser aucun actif saisissable sur place.

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Attirés par cette affaire comme par un trésor, des avocats américains ? pour certains crapuleux ? se sont rués à Chinandega au Nicaragua pour recenser toujours plus de victimes présumées du DBCP. Et ce, afin de porter le dossier devant la justice américaine. Il a été démontré que certaines données de santé ont été trafiquées par ces avocats, que des prétendues victimes de stérilité ont eu des enfants. Dans le même temps, les géants américains mis en cause n?ont jamais cessé d?user de leur puissance financière, juridique et d?influence au travers de cabinets de lobbying et d?investigation pour discréditer la justice du Nicaragua, les plaignants et leurs conseils.

En 2010, la juge californienne Victoria Chaney a annulé une décision favorable à six ouvriers agricoles nicaraguayens. Cette magistrate réputée proche du parti républicain pointe alors un « complot » et conclut à une fraude rendue possible par « l?écosystème social particulier et bizarre du Nicaragua ». Ce jugement a douché les espoirs de justice et d?indemnisation des victimes nicaraguayennes. Du moins aux Etats-Unis où les trois multinationales ont leurs sièges : à New York pour Oxy, dans l?Etat du Delaware ? considéré comme un petit « paradis fiscal » ? pour Shell Oil et Dow Chemical Company.

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) [summary] => Manifestation d?ouvriers agricoles contre les entreprises qui ont utilisé des pesticides nocifs dans les plantations de bananes, à Managua (Nicaragua), en 2007. MIGUEL ALVAREZ / AFP C?est un dossier international, tentaculaire et unique qui se retrouve devant la justice française. Une affaire de santé publique à près d?un milliard de dollars. Tel est le montant ... Read more [atom_content] =>

C?est un dossier international, tentaculaire et unique qui se retrouve devant la justice française. Une affaire de santé publique à près d?un milliard de dollars. Tel est le montant de l?indemnisation réclamée par 1 234 anciens ouvriers agricoles nicaraguayens à trois multinationales américaines de l?agrochimie. Jusqu?en 1983, The Dow Chemical Company, Occidental Chemical (devenue Oxy) et Shell Oil ont exporté en Amérique centrale le DBCP (Dibromo-chloropropane) pourtant interdit dès 1977 aux Etats-Unis. Ce pesticide extrêmement polluant, qui provoque notamment des cancers et de l?infertilité, a été utilisé sans protection par les plaignants pour éliminer des vers nuisibles aux racines des bananiers. Lundi 24 janvier, les magistrats du tribunal judiciaire de Paris vont examiner la demande d?assignation des trois groupes américains dans le cadre de la procédure d?exequatur lancée par les avocats des victimes.

Celle-ci vise à rendre exécutoire en France, et dans les autres Etats de l?Union européenne, une décision judiciaire nicaraguayenne qui a condamné les sociétés américaines à verser 805 millions de dollars d?indemnisations à ces anciens travailleurs. Ce jugement prononcé en 2006 reconnaît la responsabilité des groupes américains dans l?importation, la distribution et l?utilisation du DBCP dans les exploitations agricoles entre 1977 et 1983. Ce qui a été confirmé en appel et, en 2012, par la Cour suprême du Nicaragua. Toutefois, cette décision judiciaire n?a jamais pu être exécutée. Dow Chemical Company, Occidental Chemical et Shell Oil la contestent fermement et se sont retirées du pays sans laisser aucun actif saisissable sur place.

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Attirés par cette affaire comme par un trésor, des avocats américains ? pour certains crapuleux ? se sont rués à Chinandega au Nicaragua pour recenser toujours plus de victimes présumées du DBCP. Et ce, afin de porter le dossier devant la justice américaine. Il a été démontré que certaines données de santé ont été trafiquées par ces avocats, que des prétendues victimes de stérilité ont eu des enfants. Dans le même temps, les géants américains mis en cause n?ont jamais cessé d?user de leur puissance financière, juridique et d?influence au travers de cabinets de lobbying et d?investigation pour discréditer la justice du Nicaragua, les plaignants et leurs conseils.

En 2010, la juge californienne Victoria Chaney a annulé une décision favorable à six ouvriers agricoles nicaraguayens. Cette magistrate réputée proche du parti républicain pointe alors un « complot » et conclut à une fraude rendue possible par « l?écosystème social particulier et bizarre du Nicaragua ». Ce jugement a douché les espoirs de justice et d?indemnisation des victimes nicaraguayennes. Du moins aux Etats-Unis où les trois multinationales ont leurs sièges : à New York pour Oxy, dans l?Etat du Delaware ? considéré comme un petit « paradis fiscal » ? pour Shell Oil et Dow Chemical Company.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642992319 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Covid-19: tests, golden business for pharmacies [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/sciences/covid-19-tests-golden-business-for-pharmacies/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 02:42:16 +0000 [category] => SciencesBusinessCovid19Goldenpharmaciestests [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=11872 [description] => In a pharmacy in Briançon (Hautes-Alpes), January 4. THIBAUT DURAND / HANS LUCAS VIA AFP The lull will have been brief. After the summer 2021 rush on tests, then driven by the rebound of the Covid-19 epidemic in France due to the Delta variant and the implementation of the health pass, the queues reappeared in ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The lull will have been brief. After the summer 2021 rush on tests, then driven by the rebound of the Covid-19 epidemic in France due to the Delta variant and the implementation of the health pass, the queues reappeared in front of pharmacies for almost two months. The fault, in part, with the eruption of the Omicron variant, much more contagious than its cousin Delta, and which has prompted millions of French people to come and have their nostrils tweaked.

?Right now we are at 200 tests a day. It has dropped since the arrival of self-tests, but until recently we were doing up to 500 daily?, testifies Stéphanie Borgel, pharmacist in the Saint-Paul district, in Paris. A tsunami. Between January 3 and 9, nearly 12 million Covid-19 screenings ? including around 8 million antigen tests ? were carried out in France. Twice as much as during the peak of the previous wave, in August 2021. And with more than 90% of antigenic tests to their credit, pharmacies in France have become real screening machines.

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A helping hand that the pharmacists had to take, not without some difficulty. Between the recruitment of additional staff to cope with the increased activity, the training of testers and the administrative paperwork to bill for screenings, “we no longer have time to advise customers”, regrets, a few kilometers further, Florence Fuks behind her counter. To the point that, in some pharmacies, the boxes of drugs waiting to be put on the shelves are accumulating. ?It impacts the management of the pharmacy and our usual activities. We arrive earlier and we finish later », recognizes Georges Laquintinie, in this other pharmacy in the capital.

Since they were allowed to “take”, in October 2020, the crowds in pharmacies skyrocketed. “At the moment, pharmacies are ordering antigen tests every two days”, observes Audrey Lecoq, associate manager of Pharmazon, a purchasing group with more than 1,800 client pharmacies. She also notes a surge in demand for FFP2 masks since the start of the year.

No question of being taxed as “war profiteers”

The pharmacies benefit from their good reputation with customers, who are already accustomed to picking up their prescriptions there, and who feel confident there. “Activity has jumped by 30% to 40% on average”, said Gilles Bonnefond, spokesperson for the Union of Community Pharmacists (USPO). At the same time, sales of non-Covid-19 medicines and health products, which had fallen in the first months of the pandemic, have more or less regained their pre-crisis levels.

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) [summary] => In a pharmacy in Briançon (Hautes-Alpes), January 4. THIBAUT DURAND / HANS LUCAS VIA AFP The lull will have been brief. After the summer 2021 rush on tests, then driven by the rebound of the Covid-19 epidemic in France due to the Delta variant and the implementation of the health pass, the queues reappeared in ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The lull will have been brief. After the summer 2021 rush on tests, then driven by the rebound of the Covid-19 epidemic in France due to the Delta variant and the implementation of the health pass, the queues reappeared in front of pharmacies for almost two months. The fault, in part, with the eruption of the Omicron variant, much more contagious than its cousin Delta, and which has prompted millions of French people to come and have their nostrils tweaked.

?Right now we are at 200 tests a day. It has dropped since the arrival of self-tests, but until recently we were doing up to 500 daily?, testifies Stéphanie Borgel, pharmacist in the Saint-Paul district, in Paris. A tsunami. Between January 3 and 9, nearly 12 million Covid-19 screenings ? including around 8 million antigen tests ? were carried out in France. Twice as much as during the peak of the previous wave, in August 2021. And with more than 90% of antigenic tests to their credit, pharmacies in France have become real screening machines.

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A helping hand that the pharmacists had to take, not without some difficulty. Between the recruitment of additional staff to cope with the increased activity, the training of testers and the administrative paperwork to bill for screenings, “we no longer have time to advise customers”, regrets, a few kilometers further, Florence Fuks behind her counter. To the point that, in some pharmacies, the boxes of drugs waiting to be put on the shelves are accumulating. ?It impacts the management of the pharmacy and our usual activities. We arrive earlier and we finish later », recognizes Georges Laquintinie, in this other pharmacy in the capital.

Since they were allowed to “take”, in October 2020, the crowds in pharmacies skyrocketed. “At the moment, pharmacies are ordering antigen tests every two days”, observes Audrey Lecoq, associate manager of Pharmazon, a purchasing group with more than 1,800 client pharmacies. She also notes a surge in demand for FFP2 masks since the start of the year.

No question of being taxed as “war profiteers”

The pharmacies benefit from their good reputation with customers, who are already accustomed to picking up their prescriptions there, and who feel confident there. “Activity has jumped by 30% to 40% on average”, said Gilles Bonnefond, spokesperson for the Union of Community Pharmacists (USPO). At the same time, sales of non-Covid-19 medicines and health products, which had fallen in the first months of the pandemic, have more or less regained their pre-crisis levels.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642992136 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Beautiful Pilot Athira Farina Makes a Girlband to Make Deddy Corbuzier smitten, Let?s Get To Know! : Okezone Celebrity [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/shows/beautiful-pilot-athira-farina-makes-a-girlband-to-make-deddy-corbuzier-smitten-lets-get-to-know-okezone-celebrity/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 02:31:58 +0000 [category] => ShowsAthirabeautifulCelebrityCorbuzierDeddyFarinaGirlbandOkezonePilotsmitten [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=11866 [description] => DEDDY Corbuzier is very interested and intends to buy Girlband D’Angels. One of the personnel is the beautiful pilot Athira Farina. If you look at his uploads on Instagram. Azka Corbuzier’s father uploaded footage of D’Angels’ latest music video titled Cipika Cipiki. “I’m interested in buying this girl group. This is really satire! Link on ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

DEDDY Corbuzier is very interested and intends to buy Girlband D’Angels. One of the personnel is the beautiful pilot Athira Farina.

If you look at his uploads on Instagram. Azka Corbuzier’s father uploaded footage of D’Angels’ latest music video titled Cipika Cipiki.

“I’m interested in buying this girl group. This is really satire! Link on my IG story,” wrote Deddy Corbuzier in his statement.

D’Angels itself is a new Indonesian girl group consisting of seven beautiful and talented women. They have just released their first song titled Cipika Cipiki. Intrigued by the figure of these seven women? Summarized from various sources, see the following reviews.

1. Bella Kuku Tanesia

Bella Kuku Tanesia is an Indonesian actress, YouTuber, and presenter. She was born in Blora on December 4, 1997. Bella herself has often appeared on the small screen. He had a role in the film 3 Choices of Life, Neysha: I’m a Fisherman’s Child, and Patience is a Test. Not infrequently, Bella also appears in soap operas, TV shows, and Indonesian web series. Bella’s name skyrocketed after becoming a successful food vlogger. Now, his YouTube channel already has 769 thousand subscribers

2. Athira Farina

Athira

Athira Farina is a young female pilot in the country. He has pocketed a high flying hours, which is 3000 flight hours. Athira Farina was born on January 7, 1992. Since childhood, she has had a high curiosity about the person who flies the plane.

Athira Farina’s appearance in the MV D’Angels was quite interesting. Even though he doesn’t seem to contribute much sound, Athira’s appearance is so cool as a DJ. Moreover, Athira is known as a tomboy in her daily life. The joining of Athira among these feminine women then became the spotlight of netizens.

3. Tamara Dai

Tamara

Tamara Dai is known as a content creator and fashion designer from Indonesia. This beautiful girl was born on August 20, 1990. Tamara has a Sunda-Hong Kong lineage from her parents. On Instagram and TikTok, Tamara often uploads her designs and mix and match clothes.

In addition, Tamara also has a hobby of singing since childhood. He even collaborated with Eka Gustiwana on a song called Mistreated in March 2020. His name skyrocketed after being a guest star on Deddy Corbuzier’s podcast. At that time, Tamara gave a gift to Deddy in the form of several packs of Oreo Supreme, each of which was valued at hundreds of thousands of rupiah.

4. Karen Kurniawan

Karen Kurniawan is an Indonesian celebrity who often uploads a variety of exciting content. Starting from reviews of unique items, skincare, bodycare to cooking tips, they are also discussed in their social media accounts. The interesting fact is that Karen is the sister-in-law of Chef Arnold’s brother. His name skyrocketed after discussing BTS Meal on the Deddy Corbuzier podcast. To date, Karen already has 1.9 million followers on TikTok and 45.9 thousand on Instagram.

5. Irene Felicia

Irene Felicia is a digital creator, singer and beautiful model in Indonesia. He often uploads song cover content on his Instagram. In addition, Irene also often shares skincare tips on social media. Not infrequently, he dresses fashionable and becomes a role model for his fans.

6. Kezia Clarita

Kezia Clarita is known as a beautiful beauty vlogger who often looks fashionable on various occasions. This beautiful girl was born in Jakarta on May 7, 2001. Kezia started her career through YouTube in 2015. As the world of social media grew, Kezia tried her luck as a celebgram and TikToker. As a result, now Kezia Clarita is flooded with endorsements and has 488 thousand followers on Instagram and more than 343,000 followers on TikTok.

7. Adeline Pratika

Adeline Pratika is a design artist who was born on June 20, 2002. She is quite active in sharing design tips on TikTok. Now, his account already has more than 548 thousand followers. Apart from being smart about design, Adeline’s beautiful face also stole the attention. No wonder the men immediately fell in love with it.

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Beautiful Pilot Athira Farina Makes a Girlband to Make Deddy Corbuzier smitten, Let’s Get To Know! : Okezone Celebrity

) [summary] => DEDDY Corbuzier is very interested and intends to buy Girlband D’Angels. One of the personnel is the beautiful pilot Athira Farina. If you look at his uploads on Instagram. Azka Corbuzier’s father uploaded footage of D’Angels’ latest music video titled Cipika Cipiki. “I’m interested in buying this girl group. This is really satire! Link on ... Read more [atom_content] =>

DEDDY Corbuzier is very interested and intends to buy Girlband D’Angels. One of the personnel is the beautiful pilot Athira Farina.

If you look at his uploads on Instagram. Azka Corbuzier’s father uploaded footage of D’Angels’ latest music video titled Cipika Cipiki.

“I’m interested in buying this girl group. This is really satire! Link on my IG story,” wrote Deddy Corbuzier in his statement.

D’Angels itself is a new Indonesian girl group consisting of seven beautiful and talented women. They have just released their first song titled Cipika Cipiki. Intrigued by the figure of these seven women? Summarized from various sources, see the following reviews.

1. Bella Kuku Tanesia

Bella Kuku Tanesia is an Indonesian actress, YouTuber, and presenter. She was born in Blora on December 4, 1997. Bella herself has often appeared on the small screen. He had a role in the film 3 Choices of Life, Neysha: I’m a Fisherman’s Child, and Patience is a Test. Not infrequently, Bella also appears in soap operas, TV shows, and Indonesian web series. Bella’s name skyrocketed after becoming a successful food vlogger. Now, his YouTube channel already has 769 thousand subscribers

2. Athira Farina

Athira

Athira Farina is a young female pilot in the country. He has pocketed a high flying hours, which is 3000 flight hours. Athira Farina was born on January 7, 1992. Since childhood, she has had a high curiosity about the person who flies the plane.

Athira Farina’s appearance in the MV D’Angels was quite interesting. Even though he doesn’t seem to contribute much sound, Athira’s appearance is so cool as a DJ. Moreover, Athira is known as a tomboy in her daily life. The joining of Athira among these feminine women then became the spotlight of netizens.

3. Tamara Dai

Tamara

Tamara Dai is known as a content creator and fashion designer from Indonesia. This beautiful girl was born on August 20, 1990. Tamara has a Sunda-Hong Kong lineage from her parents. On Instagram and TikTok, Tamara often uploads her designs and mix and match clothes.

In addition, Tamara also has a hobby of singing since childhood. He even collaborated with Eka Gustiwana on a song called Mistreated in March 2020. His name skyrocketed after being a guest star on Deddy Corbuzier’s podcast. At that time, Tamara gave a gift to Deddy in the form of several packs of Oreo Supreme, each of which was valued at hundreds of thousands of rupiah.

4. Karen Kurniawan

Karen Kurniawan is an Indonesian celebrity who often uploads a variety of exciting content. Starting from reviews of unique items, skincare, bodycare to cooking tips, they are also discussed in their social media accounts. The interesting fact is that Karen is the sister-in-law of Chef Arnold’s brother. His name skyrocketed after discussing BTS Meal on the Deddy Corbuzier podcast. To date, Karen already has 1.9 million followers on TikTok and 45.9 thousand on Instagram.

5. Irene Felicia

Irene Felicia is a digital creator, singer and beautiful model in Indonesia. He often uploads song cover content on his Instagram. In addition, Irene also often shares skincare tips on social media. Not infrequently, he dresses fashionable and becomes a role model for his fans.

6. Kezia Clarita

Kezia Clarita is known as a beautiful beauty vlogger who often looks fashionable on various occasions. This beautiful girl was born in Jakarta on May 7, 2001. Kezia started her career through YouTube in 2015. As the world of social media grew, Kezia tried her luck as a celebgram and TikToker. As a result, now Kezia Clarita is flooded with endorsements and has 488 thousand followers on Instagram and more than 343,000 followers on TikTok.

7. Adeline Pratika

Adeline Pratika is a design artist who was born on June 20, 2002. She is quite active in sharing design tips on TikTok. Now, his account already has more than 548 thousand followers. Apart from being smart about design, Adeline’s beautiful face also stole the attention. No wonder the men immediately fell in love with it.

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