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                    [description] => Journalist Lourdes Maldonado Lopez was murdered in Santa Fe (municipality of Tijuana), Baja California, Mexico, on January 23, 2022. GUILLERMO ARIAS / AFP This is the second murder of a media professional in a week in Tijuana. A journalist was “murdered”, Sunday January 23, in this city of the North-West of Mexico located at the ... Read more
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This is the second murder of a media professional in a week in Tijuana. A journalist was “murdered”, Sunday January 23, in this city of the North-West of Mexico located at the border of the United States, announced the regional parquet floor. Collaborator of several Mexican publications, photographer Margarito Martinez was killed on Monday January 17 near his home, also in Tijuana.

Read also Mexico: a photojournalist assassinated a week after the murder of a former journalist

Lourdes Maldonado Lopez was killed by “firearm while in a vehicle”, said the general prosecutor’s office of the State of Baja California. Shots were heard around 6:20 p.m. (3:20 a.m. in Paris), the newspaper reported. Zeta Tijuana. An investigation has been opened.

This journalist had worked as a correspondent for a Mexican media in Tijuana in the years 1990. She then worked for several media, including First News System (PSN) led by Jaime Bonilla, governor of the state of Baja California from 2019 to the end of 2021, within a coalition integrating the presidential party Morena.

Read the survey: Article reserved for our subscribers ?Project Cartel?: in Mexico, silence or death for journalists

?We fear for my life?

Mme Lopez had won a lawsuit a few days ago against PSN, whom she had been suing for nine years for unfair dismissal, had reported the Mexican press. The journalist had asked two or three years ago the President of the Republic, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, “support, help and justice because they fear for my life”, according to a video reposted on social networks at the announcement of his assassination.

?I have been on trial for six years with [Jaime Bonilla] », she declared there, calling on the head of state during one of his press conferences. The president had sent her back to his ?social communication coordinator? (spokesperson) for “that he [l]help and [l]support, so that we seek justice, so that there is no abuse of power?.

The delegate of the non-governmental organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF) in Mexico, Balbina Flores, told Agence France-Presse that it remained to be confirmed whether Mme Maldonado had official protection. She called on the authorities to investigate fully and transparently.

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ, an association in 1981, based in the United States, whose objective is to observe abuses against the press and promote press freedom throughout the world) declared itself “shocked” by this latest assassination, and also called on the authorities to?investigate thoroughly and transparently?. Most murders of journalists remain unsolved.

Exposed to retaliation from drug cartels

At least seven journalists were killed in 2021, according to a count by Agence France-Presse, which tries each time to establish whether the victim was still active and whether his journalistic work cost him his life.

This is the case for a man presented as a journalist, José Luis Gamboa, found stabbed to death on January 10 in the state of Veracruz (Southeast), several sources said on Monday. Reporters Without Borders, according to whom “Gamboa had denounced and strongly criticized the local authorities for their relationship with organized crime”, and the CPJ asked investigators to take into account his status as a journalist.

Mexico is considered one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists, exposed to reprisals from drug cartels operating in several of the country’s 32 states. According to figures from the Human Rights Commission, around 100 journalists have been killed since 2000.

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The World with AFP

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This is the second murder of a media professional in a week in Tijuana. A journalist was “murdered”, Sunday January 23, in this city of the North-West of Mexico located at the border of the United States, announced the regional parquet floor. Collaborator of several Mexican publications, photographer Margarito Martinez was killed on Monday January 17 near his home, also in Tijuana.

Read also Mexico: a photojournalist assassinated a week after the murder of a former journalist

Lourdes Maldonado Lopez was killed by “firearm while in a vehicle”, said the general prosecutor’s office of the State of Baja California. Shots were heard around 6:20 p.m. (3:20 a.m. in Paris), the newspaper reported. Zeta Tijuana. An investigation has been opened.

This journalist had worked as a correspondent for a Mexican media in Tijuana in the years 1990. She then worked for several media, including First News System (PSN) led by Jaime Bonilla, governor of the state of Baja California from 2019 to the end of 2021, within a coalition integrating the presidential party Morena.

Read the survey: Article reserved for our subscribers ?Project Cartel?: in Mexico, silence or death for journalists

?We fear for my life?

Mme Lopez had won a lawsuit a few days ago against PSN, whom she had been suing for nine years for unfair dismissal, had reported the Mexican press. The journalist had asked two or three years ago the President of the Republic, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, “support, help and justice because they fear for my life”, according to a video reposted on social networks at the announcement of his assassination.

?I have been on trial for six years with [Jaime Bonilla] », she declared there, calling on the head of state during one of his press conferences. The president had sent her back to his ?social communication coordinator? (spokesperson) for “that he [l]help and [l]support, so that we seek justice, so that there is no abuse of power?.

The delegate of the non-governmental organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF) in Mexico, Balbina Flores, told Agence France-Presse that it remained to be confirmed whether Mme Maldonado had official protection. She called on the authorities to investigate fully and transparently.

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ, an association in 1981, based in the United States, whose objective is to observe abuses against the press and promote press freedom throughout the world) declared itself “shocked” by this latest assassination, and also called on the authorities to?investigate thoroughly and transparently?. Most murders of journalists remain unsolved.

Exposed to retaliation from drug cartels

At least seven journalists were killed in 2021, according to a count by Agence France-Presse, which tries each time to establish whether the victim was still active and whether his journalistic work cost him his life.

This is the case for a man presented as a journalist, José Luis Gamboa, found stabbed to death on January 10 in the state of Veracruz (Southeast), several sources said on Monday. Reporters Without Borders, according to whom “Gamboa had denounced and strongly criticized the local authorities for their relationship with organized crime”, and the CPJ asked investigators to take into account his status as a journalist.

Mexico is considered one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists, exposed to reprisals from drug cartels operating in several of the country’s 32 states. According to figures from the Human Rights Commission, around 100 journalists have been killed since 2000.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers An ?alarming decline in fundamental freedoms? in Latin America

The World with AFP

[date_timestamp] => 1643023459 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Greater Paris councilors debate the new face of the metropolis [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/money/greater-paris-councilors-debate-the-new-face-of-the-metropolis/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/money/greater-paris-councilors-debate-the-new-face-of-the-metropolis/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 10:56:16 +0000 [category] => MoneycouncilorsdebatefaceGreatermetropolisParis [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/money/greater-paris-councilors-debate-the-new-face-of-the-metropolis/ [description] => Buildings and individual houses in Chaville (Hauts-de-Seine), in Ile-de-France. STÉPHANE OUZOUNOFF / PHOTONONSTOP The outcome of the extraordinary council to which the 208 councilors of the Greater Paris Metropolis were convened on Monday January 24 could take a big step forward in the political structure that brings together Paris and 130 municipalities in the dense ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The outcome of the extraordinary council to which the 208 councilors of the Greater Paris Metropolis were convened on Monday January 24 could take a big step forward in the political structure that brings together Paris and 130 municipalities in the dense area (7 million inhabitants ), but which, since its creation in 2016, is still struggling to exist. Elected officials must debate a 1,300-page urban planning document, the territorial coherence scheme (SCOT). Accompanied by twelve major guidelines and thematic maps, this text should provide a framework for Greater Paris development projects for the next fifteen years.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “The Greater Paris Metropolis seems ineffective to manage an area of ??12 million inhabitants”

If adopted, after a public inquiry and a final vote which must take place by 2024, this text would be the “spinal column” of the metropolis, explains its president, Patrick Ollier. Conversely, if the elected officials could not agree, even though President Emmanuel Macron had announced, in 2017, that he wanted “simplify drastically” the rules of governance of the Ile-de-France millefeuille, it is the very existence of the metropolis that would be weakened.

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At first glance, the SCOT is a document paved with good intentions. For four years, during meetings that brought together elected officials and technicians, each word was weighed, each formula was negotiated in such a way as to obtain the broadest consensus. Nevertheless, it is the document that will give mayors a common direction, but also the same elements of language to resist pressure from developers, which, in a territory where land is golden, has nothing to do with it. trivial, explain the town planners of the Atelier parisien d’urbanisme and the Institut Paris Région, APUR, the linchpins of all this work.

Delicate question of the suburban

Legally, the SCOT is not as restrictive as a municipal or intermunicipal local urban plan (PLU or PLUI). The latter must be compatible and not in conformity with the SCOT, that is to say respect the spirit, but not necessarily apply it to the letter. At the risk of minimizing the scope of the text, Patrick Ollier recalled it in a letter he sent to the advisers, in the hope of rallying those who still fear seeing their prerogatives diluted in the metropolitan giant.

Everywhere, the place of nature must be reinforced, insists the plan of territorial coherence

Stopping the consumption of natural agricultural and forest areas is one of the major advances of this work. In this, the SCOT anticipates the application of the principle of zero net artificialisation contained in the Climate and Resilience Law. Admittedly, there is only 5% of virgin land left on the territory of the metropolis, but after the final approval, no project can be carried out in urban expansion. However, the programs already voted are not affected. Thus, Aerolians, “the business park of tomorrow” (hotel, logistics, extension of the exhibition center), which should occupy a few tens of hectares, on the edge of Roissy, if it is not called into question, could see the light of day. The same for another project in Gennevilliers (Hauts-de-Seine).

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The outcome of the extraordinary council to which the 208 councilors of the Greater Paris Metropolis were convened on Monday January 24 could take a big step forward in the political structure that brings together Paris and 130 municipalities in the dense area (7 million inhabitants ), but which, since its creation in 2016, is still struggling to exist. Elected officials must debate a 1,300-page urban planning document, the territorial coherence scheme (SCOT). Accompanied by twelve major guidelines and thematic maps, this text should provide a framework for Greater Paris development projects for the next fifteen years.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “The Greater Paris Metropolis seems ineffective to manage an area of ??12 million inhabitants”

If adopted, after a public inquiry and a final vote which must take place by 2024, this text would be the “spinal column” of the metropolis, explains its president, Patrick Ollier. Conversely, if the elected officials could not agree, even though President Emmanuel Macron had announced, in 2017, that he wanted “simplify drastically” the rules of governance of the Ile-de-France millefeuille, it is the very existence of the metropolis that would be weakened.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers ?Greater Paris is particularly vulnerable to the climate crisis?

At first glance, the SCOT is a document paved with good intentions. For four years, during meetings that brought together elected officials and technicians, each word was weighed, each formula was negotiated in such a way as to obtain the broadest consensus. Nevertheless, it is the document that will give mayors a common direction, but also the same elements of language to resist pressure from developers, which, in a territory where land is golden, has nothing to do with it. trivial, explain the town planners of the Atelier parisien d’urbanisme and the Institut Paris Région, APUR, the linchpins of all this work.

Delicate question of the suburban

Legally, the SCOT is not as restrictive as a municipal or intermunicipal local urban plan (PLU or PLUI). The latter must be compatible and not in conformity with the SCOT, that is to say respect the spirit, but not necessarily apply it to the letter. At the risk of minimizing the scope of the text, Patrick Ollier recalled it in a letter he sent to the advisers, in the hope of rallying those who still fear seeing their prerogatives diluted in the metropolitan giant.

Everywhere, the place of nature must be reinforced, insists the plan of territorial coherence

Stopping the consumption of natural agricultural and forest areas is one of the major advances of this work. In this, the SCOT anticipates the application of the principle of zero net artificialisation contained in the Climate and Resilience Law. Admittedly, there is only 5% of virgin land left on the territory of the metropolis, but after the final approval, no project can be carried out in urban expansion. However, the programs already voted are not affected. Thus, Aerolians, “the business park of tomorrow” (hotel, logistics, extension of the exhibition center), which should occupy a few tens of hectares, on the edge of Roissy, if it is not called into question, could see the light of day. The same for another project in Gennevilliers (Hauts-de-Seine).

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[date_timestamp] => 1643021776 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Tonga eruption equivalent to hundreds of Hiroshimas: NASA [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/tonga-eruption-equivalent-to-hundreds-of-hiroshimas-nasa/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/tonga-eruption-equivalent-to-hundreds-of-hiroshimas-nasa/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 10:52:16 +0000 [category] => SpaceequivalenteruptionHiroshimashundredsNASATonga [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/tonga-eruption-equivalent-to-hundreds-of-hiroshimas-nasa/ [description] => The eruption blanketed the island kingdom of about 100,000 in a layer of toxic ash. The Tonga volcanic eruption unleashed explosive forces that dwarfed the power of the Hiroshima atomic bomb, NASA scientists have said, as survivors on Monday described how the devastating Pacific blast “messed up our brains”. The NASA Earth Observatory said the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The eruption blanketed the island kingdom of about 100,000 in a layer of toxic ash.

The Tonga volcanic eruption unleashed explosive forces that dwarfed the power of the Hiroshima atomic bomb, NASA scientists have said, as survivors on Monday described how the devastating Pacific blast “messed up our brains”.

The NASA Earth Observatory said the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano spewed debris as high as 40 kilometres (25 miles) into the atmosphere during the January 15 eruption that triggered huge tsunami waves.

“We think the amount of energy released by the eruption was equivalent to somewhere between five to 30 megatons (five to 30 million tonnes) of TNT,” NASA scientist Jim Garvin said in a press release.

NASA said the eruption was hundreds of times stronger than the US atomic bomb dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima in August 1945, which was estimated to be about 15 kilotons (15,000 tonnes) of TNT.

The agency said the eruption “obliterated” the volcanic island about 65 kilometres (41 miles) north of the Tongan capital Nuku’alofa.

It blanketed the island kingdom of about 100,000 in a layer of toxic ash, poisoning drinking water, destroying crops and completely wiping out at least two villages.

It also claimed at least three lives in Tonga and resulted in the drowning deaths of two beachgoers in Peru after freak waves hit the South American country.

Peruvian authorities have declared an environmental disaster after the waves hit an oil tanker offloading near Lima, creating a huge slick along the coast.

In Tonga, the scale of destruction remains unclear after communications to remote islands were knocked out.

Nuku’alofa-based journalist Mary Lyn Fonua said locals were still coming to terms with the scale of the disaster.

“It’s so beyond what anyone here has ever experienced,” she told AFP.

“The shockwave from the eruption just messed up our brains, we’re just starting to return to normal now.”

Fonua said the coating of fine grey grime covering everything was proving difficult to live with and raising concerns about long-term health issues.

“It gets everywhere,” she said. “It irritates your eyes, you get sores in the corner of your mouth, everyone has blackened fingernails?we look like a grubby lot.

“We need a good tropical deluge to wash everything away.”

Japanese, New Zealand and Australian defence forces have started delivering urgent relief supplies, particularly water, while maintaining strict COVID-19 protocols to preserve Tonga’s virus-free status.


Tongans warned of acid rain after volcanic eruption


© 2022 AFP

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The eruption blanketed the island kingdom of about 100,000 in a layer of toxic ash.

The Tonga volcanic eruption unleashed explosive forces that dwarfed the power of the Hiroshima atomic bomb, NASA scientists have said, as survivors on Monday described how the devastating Pacific blast “messed up our brains”.

The NASA Earth Observatory said the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano spewed debris as high as 40 kilometres (25 miles) into the atmosphere during the January 15 eruption that triggered huge tsunami waves.

“We think the amount of energy released by the eruption was equivalent to somewhere between five to 30 megatons (five to 30 million tonnes) of TNT,” NASA scientist Jim Garvin said in a press release.

NASA said the eruption was hundreds of times stronger than the US atomic bomb dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima in August 1945, which was estimated to be about 15 kilotons (15,000 tonnes) of TNT.

The agency said the eruption “obliterated” the volcanic island about 65 kilometres (41 miles) north of the Tongan capital Nuku’alofa.

It blanketed the island kingdom of about 100,000 in a layer of toxic ash, poisoning drinking water, destroying crops and completely wiping out at least two villages.

It also claimed at least three lives in Tonga and resulted in the drowning deaths of two beachgoers in Peru after freak waves hit the South American country.

Peruvian authorities have declared an environmental disaster after the waves hit an oil tanker offloading near Lima, creating a huge slick along the coast.

In Tonga, the scale of destruction remains unclear after communications to remote islands were knocked out.

Nuku’alofa-based journalist Mary Lyn Fonua said locals were still coming to terms with the scale of the disaster.

“It’s so beyond what anyone here has ever experienced,” she told AFP.

“The shockwave from the eruption just messed up our brains, we’re just starting to return to normal now.”

Fonua said the coating of fine grey grime covering everything was proving difficult to live with and raising concerns about long-term health issues.

“It gets everywhere,” she said. “It irritates your eyes, you get sores in the corner of your mouth, everyone has blackened fingernails?we look like a grubby lot.

“We need a good tropical deluge to wash everything away.”

Japanese, New Zealand and Australian defence forces have started delivering urgent relief supplies, particularly water, while maintaining strict COVID-19 protocols to preserve Tonga’s virus-free status.


Tongans warned of acid rain after volcanic eruption


© 2022 AFP

Citation:
Tonga eruption equivalent to hundreds of Hiroshimas: NASA (2022, January 24)
retrieved 24 January 2022
from https://phys.org/news/2022-01-tonga-eruption-equivalent-hundreds-hiroshimas.html

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[date_timestamp] => 1643021536 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Confusion in Burkina Faso after the mutiny of soldiers in several barracks [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/confusion-in-burkina-faso-after-the-mutiny-of-soldiers-in-several-barracks/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/confusion-in-burkina-faso-after-the-mutiny-of-soldiers-in-several-barracks/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 10:18:19 +0000 [category] => InternationalbarracksBurkinaconfusionFasomutinysoldiers [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/confusion-in-burkina-faso-after-the-mutiny-of-soldiers-in-several-barracks/ [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] =>

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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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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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JAKARTA– The bad news came from pesteron Emma Waroka. He admitted that he had lost billions of rupiah after his Instagram and TikTok accounts were hacked.

The two social media accounts were also used to deceive by irresponsible people. “If you say that networking has no limits, the disadvantages are because networking is limitless. Momsky has friends from America, people from the media, where we have cooperation,” said Emma Waroka at Polda Metro Jaya, Monday (24/1/2022).


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“So if you ask, for example, the loss can be unlimited, yes, it can be billions,” he continued.

Not alone, the social media accounts of his two best friends, Kim Hawt and Marrisya Icha, also suffered the same fate. Because of that, they also plan to make a police report for the loss of the account.

Meanwhile, the incident also disrupted his activities. This is because Emma feels that her social media account is important for the continuity of her business.

“Really feel disadvantaged, it really interferes with daily activities because Instagram and TikTok itself, friends know that this is our place to do business, socialize, express aspirations, connect with many people around the world,” said Emma Waroka .

Now, Emma Waroka and Kim Hawt are working on a police report at the Jakarta Metro Jaya Police Integrated Service Center (SPKT) building to thoroughly investigate the case.

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JAKARTA– The bad news came from pesteron Emma Waroka. He admitted that he had lost billions of rupiah after his Instagram and TikTok accounts were hacked.

The two social media accounts were also used to deceive by irresponsible people. “If you say that networking has no limits, the disadvantages are because networking is limitless. Momsky has friends from America, people from the media, where we have cooperation,” said Emma Waroka at Polda Metro Jaya, Monday (24/1/2022).


READ ALSO:

– Edy Mulyadi’s homeland was insulted, Terry Putri said this

– Former Friends, Irwansyah’s Joyful Laughter Meets Acha Septriasa Reaps Zaskia Sungkar’s Reaction

“So if you ask, for example, the loss can be unlimited, yes, it can be billions,” he continued.

Not alone, the social media accounts of his two best friends, Kim Hawt and Marrisya Icha, also suffered the same fate. Because of that, they also plan to make a police report for the loss of the account.

Meanwhile, the incident also disrupted his activities. This is because Emma feels that her social media account is important for the continuity of her business.

“Really feel disadvantaged, it really interferes with daily activities because Instagram and TikTok itself, friends know that this is our place to do business, socialize, express aspirations, connect with many people around the world,” said Emma Waroka .

Now, Emma Waroka and Kim Hawt are working on a police report at the Jakarta Metro Jaya Police Integrated Service Center (SPKT) building to thoroughly investigate the case.

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Just drive on the A86, to the north of the capital, take a look behind the La Défense towers, or even look out the window while crossing Ivry-sur-Seine and Vitry-sur-Seine ( Val-de-Marne), south-east of Paris, by RER, to recognize it: Greater Paris is a vast project. In fact, nearly 1,000 large-scale operations have been launched on the territory of the metropolis. All must be delivered by 2030. Half of it is housing, a quarter of offices. But within the walls, as many offices are being built as housing.

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These first figures are presented in a study by APUR, the Parisian Urban Planning Workshop, devoted to major development projects in the metropolis, published in December 2021. The analysis does not cover all construction sites, warns the agency. Only major public operations, Société du Grand Paris projects (around the 68 station districts of the future metro) and certain public-private programs are studied. However, a large part of the square meters is built in the diffuse. Nevertheless: the some 1,000 projects listed and, among them, the 426 operations analyzed in depth, will permanently transform the face of the metropolis.

This building frenzy reinforces the density of cities. If we convert the surface area planned for housing into the number of apartments, the number of new housing units planned by 2030 is estimated at 160,000. This may seem considerable, but in this respect, Ile-de-France does not is not overheating, notes Dominique Alba, the director general of APUR. The question arises more about the validity of the 14 million square meters of offices (by adding the development operations to the others) when the current stock already has 40 million.

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The municipalities of Grand-Orly Seine Bièvre, to the south of Paris, alone will welcome almost a quarter of the future inhabitants of the metropolis. In Ivry and Vitry, elected officials are taking advantage of land that is still accessible to transform former industrial sites on the banks of the Seine into residential districts. To the north, Plaine Commune comes just behind. The accommodations of the athletes’ village of the Paris 2024 Olympics will be transformed into apartments, as soon as the competition is over. It is also in these two territories that nearly half of the new offices are expected.

“Influencing the construction”

It is illusory to think that all this will rebalance the share of housing and offices between the east and west of the metropolis. First of all, the new metro lines will reduce home-work journeys. On the other hand, these programs could bring residents closer to essential businesses, green spaces and places of health. It is for this purpose that APUR, once this inventory has been drawn up, has highlighted, by superimposing maps, the unequal access of “Great Parisians” to shops (taking the pharmacy, bakery and the tobacconist-press as examples), green spaces and health centres.

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Just drive on the A86, to the north of the capital, take a look behind the La Défense towers, or even look out the window while crossing Ivry-sur-Seine and Vitry-sur-Seine ( Val-de-Marne), south-east of Paris, by RER, to recognize it: Greater Paris is a vast project. In fact, nearly 1,000 large-scale operations have been launched on the territory of the metropolis. All must be delivered by 2030. Half of it is housing, a quarter of offices. But within the walls, as many offices are being built as housing.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Greater Paris councilors debate the new face of the metropolis

These first figures are presented in a study by APUR, the Parisian Urban Planning Workshop, devoted to major development projects in the metropolis, published in December 2021. The analysis does not cover all construction sites, warns the agency. Only major public operations, Société du Grand Paris projects (around the 68 station districts of the future metro) and certain public-private programs are studied. However, a large part of the square meters is built in the diffuse. Nevertheless: the some 1,000 projects listed and, among them, the 426 operations analyzed in depth, will permanently transform the face of the metropolis.

This building frenzy reinforces the density of cities. If we convert the surface area planned for housing into the number of apartments, the number of new housing units planned by 2030 is estimated at 160,000. This may seem considerable, but in this respect, Ile-de-France does not is not overheating, notes Dominique Alba, the director general of APUR. The question arises more about the validity of the 14 million square meters of offices (by adding the development operations to the others) when the current stock already has 40 million.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Greater Paris: the municipalities of the inner suburbs fear urban densification

The municipalities of Grand-Orly Seine Bièvre, to the south of Paris, alone will welcome almost a quarter of the future inhabitants of the metropolis. In Ivry and Vitry, elected officials are taking advantage of land that is still accessible to transform former industrial sites on the banks of the Seine into residential districts. To the north, Plaine Commune comes just behind. The accommodations of the athletes’ village of the Paris 2024 Olympics will be transformed into apartments, as soon as the competition is over. It is also in these two territories that nearly half of the new offices are expected.

“Influencing the construction”

It is illusory to think that all this will rebalance the share of housing and offices between the east and west of the metropolis. First of all, the new metro lines will reduce home-work journeys. On the other hand, these programs could bring residents closer to essential businesses, green spaces and places of health. It is for this purpose that APUR, once this inventory has been drawn up, has highlighted, by superimposing maps, the unequal access of “Great Parisians” to shops (taking the pharmacy, bakery and the tobacconist-press as examples), green spaces and health centres.

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Yes, let’s say that the year started exceptionally healthy and lively. The friends we were going to on New Year’s got a bad cold so we celebrated with my parents who live in the country. Rockets are not allowed here for the sake of the animals, so after a tasty dinner we lay in bed at 11.30 and listened to all the rockets that rumbled in the distance. Maybe a little sad you think but ohhh so wonderful to wake up refreshed and fresh. Unlike before when I was out in the West End hitting the roof and sipping drinks all night long. Then always woke up tired and baked and wondered every New Year’s morning: “Why does the new year always start with a headache?”.

January feels like a good point to try to improve a little. This is also the year I turn 48 so the body can not cope with as much beating as when you were young – then from the perspective that the body ages and cellular processes do not work as well. There is a reason why most chronic diseases start to show up slowly with non-specific symptoms at 30 (but maybe so little that you do not add up 1 + 1), take off from about 45 and are in full bloom at 65 plus. When writing down a person’s medical history, this becomes quite clear.

?Genetics load the gun but the environment pulls the trigger?

Dr. Jeff Bland

Of course, our genes play a role, but epigenetics, ie the study of how the environment and behaviors can switch on and off genes and affect our gene transcription, is overcool! “The father of functional medicine”, Dr. Jeff Bland, said at a seminar many years ago that “genetics load the gun but the environment pulls the trigger”. Medicine development has focused on our genes, which may have made us a little locked in this simplistic belief. It’s pretty easy to explain away your illness by saying “it’s my genes” and not having to take responsibility. Now comes my slightly hard side: I think this is laziness and gives people a free pass not to take responsibility for their own health. I welcome debates and more research on how lifestyle medicine can help treat and alleviate many chronic conditions.

Research shows that there are very few diseases that are 100% genetic, but of course there are, including Down syndrome, Duchenne muscular dystrophy and cystic fibrosis. It can be said that our genes bathe in an information pool and are affected by everything we do. We all have genetic strengths and weaknesses and we want to minimize that the risky genes are switched on. The risk of developing chronic diseases is largely (as much as 60-95%) driven by environmental factors such as nutrition, anti-nutrition, inflammation, intestinal flora, infections, toxins, exercise, stress, behaviors, social interactions, where you live / grow up and other socio-economic factors. Of course, a complex interplay between the environment and our genes is taking place. A study published in Pharmaceutical Research 2008 writes as follows:

The contribution of genetic factors and environmental factors toward cancer risk is 5-10% and 90-95% respectively.

Quite ironic that the Cancer Foundation and the cinnamon bun day went together so we would buy extra buns? # bullauppförlivet

With this long intro, I thought I would connect to what I wrote in the beginning – how nice it is to wake up refreshed and fresh in the new year. It feels great to start over after a month of candy-buns-Christmas must-heeling. My latest post was about acne and how many people suffer from health problems after several weeks of Christmas celebrations. I usually get in the habit of fasting at the beginning of the new year and to really kick-start myself. I usually liken our gene expression to a dimmer. A person with a chronic illness has had their bad genes inflated so that they shine brightly. With the help of diet, nutrition, fasting, sleep, exercise, recovery and more, you can influence and turn down the gene expression so that the disease process is weakened or ceases.

Fasting is a great way to reboot the body’s metabolic machinery and affect our gene expression. Fasting can trigger DNA repair, the immune system and something called autophagy, ie a cellular tissue rejuvenation when the body recycles old and diseased proteins. Fasting is not necessarily easy and there are many versions. Just waterproof is the hardest way and I have only done this a couple of times but it is not easy to do again. I prefer periodic fasting and juice fasting and one does not have to exclude the other. I do periodic 14-15 hour fasting every day and a liquid 4-5 day fast I usually do once a year. Then I stick to 80% vegetables like kale, cauliflower, broccoli, beets, beets, carrots, celery, sprouts, pea shoots, ginger, turmeric and fresh spices. I top this with a little apple, pineapple, grapefruit and orange. I broke the fast on day 5 and then it is important not to swallow everything you missed the past few days.

Weight loss will be followed by fatigue and constant tiredness after Christmas. But this is certainly not the only benefit. There are many more and it is enough to complete three days if you do not feel that you can do more or feel unsure if fasting is good for you. After about 18 hours, the body has used up its sugar reserves, you start producing ketones and you develop into a fat burning machine. After 24 hours, autophagy kicks in, which clears out diseased tissue. Autophagy has been shown to be particularly important in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.

Effective autophagy is only achieved when the body’s sugar reserves are depleted and insulin drips. This desirable cellular purification process can also be achieved with periodic fasting. You get the best results at 18 hours of fasting per day, but some effect is also obtained when you fast overnight for 12 hours. If you want to increase your autophagy, you can train highly intensively. After 2 days with a few calories / fasting, the growth hormones in the body and brain increase fivefold, which is important for cellular growth. After 52 hours, the insulin drops to its lowest level, which can lower inflammation and make the body more insulin sensitive – something that is super important for those who are at risk of developing or have insulin resistance and diabetes. After 3 days of fasting, old immune cells are broken down and new ones are generated.

In studies, fasting has been shown to be able to influence various gene expressions and disease processes. Here is a list of conditions that have improved:

Many people probably expect fasting to be tough and of course it is. For me, day 2 was the hardest this time mostly because I was not allowed to chew. I had to stay away from the kitchen because I hardly had the desire not to dive into the pantry. Day 3 is usually the most difficult where you can get difficult cleansing symptoms, so you can persevere and cope for three days or maybe four, this is just an advantage, then the energy usually comes back. If you plan to fast for more than five days, this should be done in consultation with a doctor, dietitian or professional nutritionist.

It is written a lot online how to make a fast but not how it is best broken. Now I’m going to outa my husband? He was SO hungry, a real gremlin and broke his fast with a HUGE PORTION of scrambled eggs, prince sausages, avocado and salmon. Needless to say, he felt that way (for several days).

Here’s how I break a fast:

I feel very comfortable and capable after almost 17 years of practice to be able to influence a person’s chronic and autoimmune disease processes from a lifestyle and functional medicine point of view. But having an impact on someone’s socio-economic situation and postcode is more difficult. However, it is possible for everyone to fast regardless of status, gender, social commitment and age (of course not for children, adolescents and those with previous eating disorders). I hope it is clear that fasting can affect your epigenetics and gene expression. I wish you all the best of luck and if you need help with your permanent or chronic problems, we are happy to assist with this.

All Nordic Wellth nutritionists work according to the same model. We have developed well-developed guidelines so that all consultations maintain the same high standard, regardless of which therapist you go to. In addition to solid training from England, all therapists are coached by me so that our thinking in the consultation process is homogeneous. This way of working has been very successful for our clients.

With us, you are in good hands no matter where in the country you live.

Live well, be well!

Maria

This is a guest post. Any opinions expressed are the writer’s own.

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Yes, let’s say that the year started exceptionally healthy and lively. The friends we were going to on New Year’s got a bad cold so we celebrated with my parents who live in the country. Rockets are not allowed here for the sake of the animals, so after a tasty dinner we lay in bed at 11.30 and listened to all the rockets that rumbled in the distance. Maybe a little sad you think but ohhh so wonderful to wake up refreshed and fresh. Unlike before when I was out in the West End hitting the roof and sipping drinks all night long. Then always woke up tired and baked and wondered every New Year’s morning: “Why does the new year always start with a headache?”.

January feels like a good point to try to improve a little. This is also the year I turn 48 so the body can not cope with as much beating as when you were young – then from the perspective that the body ages and cellular processes do not work as well. There is a reason why most chronic diseases start to show up slowly with non-specific symptoms at 30 (but maybe so little that you do not add up 1 + 1), take off from about 45 and are in full bloom at 65 plus. When writing down a person’s medical history, this becomes quite clear.

?Genetics load the gun but the environment pulls the trigger?

Dr. Jeff Bland

Of course, our genes play a role, but epigenetics, ie the study of how the environment and behaviors can switch on and off genes and affect our gene transcription, is overcool! “The father of functional medicine”, Dr. Jeff Bland, said at a seminar many years ago that “genetics load the gun but the environment pulls the trigger”. Medicine development has focused on our genes, which may have made us a little locked in this simplistic belief. It’s pretty easy to explain away your illness by saying “it’s my genes” and not having to take responsibility. Now comes my slightly hard side: I think this is laziness and gives people a free pass not to take responsibility for their own health. I welcome debates and more research on how lifestyle medicine can help treat and alleviate many chronic conditions.

Research shows that there are very few diseases that are 100% genetic, but of course there are, including Down syndrome, Duchenne muscular dystrophy and cystic fibrosis. It can be said that our genes bathe in an information pool and are affected by everything we do. We all have genetic strengths and weaknesses and we want to minimize that the risky genes are switched on. The risk of developing chronic diseases is largely (as much as 60-95%) driven by environmental factors such as nutrition, anti-nutrition, inflammation, intestinal flora, infections, toxins, exercise, stress, behaviors, social interactions, where you live / grow up and other socio-economic factors. Of course, a complex interplay between the environment and our genes is taking place. A study published in Pharmaceutical Research 2008 writes as follows:

The contribution of genetic factors and environmental factors toward cancer risk is 5-10% and 90-95% respectively.

Quite ironic that the Cancer Foundation and the cinnamon bun day went together so we would buy extra buns? # bullauppförlivet

With this long intro, I thought I would connect to what I wrote in the beginning – how nice it is to wake up refreshed and fresh in the new year. It feels great to start over after a month of candy-buns-Christmas must-heeling. My latest post was about acne and how many people suffer from health problems after several weeks of Christmas celebrations. I usually get in the habit of fasting at the beginning of the new year and to really kick-start myself. I usually liken our gene expression to a dimmer. A person with a chronic illness has had their bad genes inflated so that they shine brightly. With the help of diet, nutrition, fasting, sleep, exercise, recovery and more, you can influence and turn down the gene expression so that the disease process is weakened or ceases.

Fasting is a great way to reboot the body’s metabolic machinery and affect our gene expression. Fasting can trigger DNA repair, the immune system and something called autophagy, ie a cellular tissue rejuvenation when the body recycles old and diseased proteins. Fasting is not necessarily easy and there are many versions. Just waterproof is the hardest way and I have only done this a couple of times but it is not easy to do again. I prefer periodic fasting and juice fasting and one does not have to exclude the other. I do periodic 14-15 hour fasting every day and a liquid 4-5 day fast I usually do once a year. Then I stick to 80% vegetables like kale, cauliflower, broccoli, beets, beets, carrots, celery, sprouts, pea shoots, ginger, turmeric and fresh spices. I top this with a little apple, pineapple, grapefruit and orange. I broke the fast on day 5 and then it is important not to swallow everything you missed the past few days.

Weight loss will be followed by fatigue and constant tiredness after Christmas. But this is certainly not the only benefit. There are many more and it is enough to complete three days if you do not feel that you can do more or feel unsure if fasting is good for you. After about 18 hours, the body has used up its sugar reserves, you start producing ketones and you develop into a fat burning machine. After 24 hours, autophagy kicks in, which clears out diseased tissue. Autophagy has been shown to be particularly important in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.

Effective autophagy is only achieved when the body’s sugar reserves are depleted and insulin drips. This desirable cellular purification process can also be achieved with periodic fasting. You get the best results at 18 hours of fasting per day, but some effect is also obtained when you fast overnight for 12 hours. If you want to increase your autophagy, you can train highly intensively. After 2 days with a few calories / fasting, the growth hormones in the body and brain increase fivefold, which is important for cellular growth. After 52 hours, the insulin drops to its lowest level, which can lower inflammation and make the body more insulin sensitive – something that is super important for those who are at risk of developing or have insulin resistance and diabetes. After 3 days of fasting, old immune cells are broken down and new ones are generated.

In studies, fasting has been shown to be able to influence various gene expressions and disease processes. Here is a list of conditions that have improved:

Many people probably expect fasting to be tough and of course it is. For me, day 2 was the hardest this time mostly because I was not allowed to chew. I had to stay away from the kitchen because I hardly had the desire not to dive into the pantry. Day 3 is usually the most difficult where you can get difficult cleansing symptoms, so you can persevere and cope for three days or maybe four, this is just an advantage, then the energy usually comes back. If you plan to fast for more than five days, this should be done in consultation with a doctor, dietitian or professional nutritionist.

It is written a lot online how to make a fast but not how it is best broken. Now I’m going to outa my husband? He was SO hungry, a real gremlin and broke his fast with a HUGE PORTION of scrambled eggs, prince sausages, avocado and salmon. Needless to say, he felt that way (for several days).

Here’s how I break a fast:

I feel very comfortable and capable after almost 17 years of practice to be able to influence a person’s chronic and autoimmune disease processes from a lifestyle and functional medicine point of view. But having an impact on someone’s socio-economic situation and postcode is more difficult. However, it is possible for everyone to fast regardless of status, gender, social commitment and age (of course not for children, adolescents and those with previous eating disorders). I hope it is clear that fasting can affect your epigenetics and gene expression. I wish you all the best of luck and if you need help with your permanent or chronic problems, we are happy to assist with this.

All Nordic Wellth nutritionists work according to the same model. We have developed well-developed guidelines so that all consultations maintain the same high standard, regardless of which therapist you go to. In addition to solid training from England, all therapists are coached by me so that our thinking in the consultation process is homogeneous. This way of working has been very successful for our clients.

With us, you are in good hands no matter where in the country you live.

Live well, be well!

Maria

This is a guest post. Any opinions expressed are the writer’s own.

[date_timestamp] => 1643016896 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Purdue professor, Mars rover mission team member looks at what?s ahead [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/purdue-professor-mars-rover-mission-team-member-looks-at-whats-ahead/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/purdue-professor-mars-rover-mission-team-member-looks-at-whats-ahead/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 09:23:15 +0000 [category] => SpaceaheadMarsmembermissionProfessorPurdueRoverteamWhats [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/purdue-professor-mars-rover-mission-team-member-looks-at-whats-ahead/ [description] => WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. ? In less than a month, the Perseverance mission team will mark a full year since the Mars rover began exploring our neighboring planet. Purdue’s Briony Horgan, Perseverance mission member, looks forward to the team’s next focus ? studying the planet’s large river delta, now dry. ?When we chose the landing site, it ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. ? In less than a month, the Perseverance mission team will mark a full year since the Mars rover began exploring our neighboring planet.

Purdue’s Briony Horgan, Perseverance mission member, looks forward to the team’s next focus ? studying the planet’s large river delta, now dry.

?When we chose the landing site, it was because of the delta; that?s the reason we?re here,? said Horgan, associate professor of planetary science in the Purdue College of Science?s Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, in a release. ?So, we?ll be excited to finally get up close and study it.?

Horgan’s duties included leading mineralogy research using satellite data before landing, the release stated, producing results that contributed to NASA?s selection of Jezero Crater as the rover’s landing site.

The crater, Purdue’s release stated, once held a lake and the river delta.

?We?ll spend most of the next year on the delta, exploring this ancient lake and river environment and looking for signs of ancient life like organic material and signs of microbes,? she said in the announcement.

In this February 2021 photo from Purdue University, Dr. Briony Horgan celebrates after Perseverance landed on Mars.

During the mission’s three-year journey, the Mars rover will collect rock and dust samples. After the those three year, Horgan stated, Perseverance will hopefully continue outside Jezero Crater indefinitely.

The key objective of the rover mission is to search for signs of microbial life, according to Purdue, by examining Mars’ geology. A single rover journey could last 12-15 hours of travel, taking as long to prepare.

The second year of the mission, Horgan said in the release, the team hopes to move away from semi-autonomous travel.

?With all the new technology on the rover, we?re working on how to drive on consecutive days and do longer and longer autonomous drives,? she said. ?Then we?ll make a beeline for the delta as fast as we can.?

The Perseverance rover drilled a hole to collect  samples in Mars' Jezero Crater.

While a layered ridge spotted after landing turned out not to be semimentary rock that could reveal biosignatures of Mars’ history, the material was determined to be ancient lava flow that could still provide answers.

?By doing that, we can actually figure out when the delta was there and when there was water in the crater,? Horgan said in the release. ?That?s a really big question because we only have estimates for when we think Mars was wet and was habitable. We really don?t know for sure.?

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. ? In less than a month, the Perseverance mission team will mark a full year since the Mars rover began exploring our neighboring planet.

Purdue’s Briony Horgan, Perseverance mission member, looks forward to the team’s next focus ? studying the planet’s large river delta, now dry.

?When we chose the landing site, it was because of the delta; that?s the reason we?re here,? said Horgan, associate professor of planetary science in the Purdue College of Science?s Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, in a release. ?So, we?ll be excited to finally get up close and study it.?

Horgan’s duties included leading mineralogy research using satellite data before landing, the release stated, producing results that contributed to NASA?s selection of Jezero Crater as the rover’s landing site.

The crater, Purdue’s release stated, once held a lake and the river delta.

?We?ll spend most of the next year on the delta, exploring this ancient lake and river environment and looking for signs of ancient life like organic material and signs of microbes,? she said in the announcement.

In this February 2021 photo from Purdue University, Dr. Briony Horgan celebrates after Perseverance landed on Mars.

During the mission’s three-year journey, the Mars rover will collect rock and dust samples. After the those three year, Horgan stated, Perseverance will hopefully continue outside Jezero Crater indefinitely.

The key objective of the rover mission is to search for signs of microbial life, according to Purdue, by examining Mars’ geology. A single rover journey could last 12-15 hours of travel, taking as long to prepare.

The second year of the mission, Horgan said in the release, the team hopes to move away from semi-autonomous travel.

?With all the new technology on the rover, we?re working on how to drive on consecutive days and do longer and longer autonomous drives,? she said. ?Then we?ll make a beeline for the delta as fast as we can.?

The Perseverance rover drilled a hole to collect  samples in Mars' Jezero Crater.

While a layered ridge spotted after landing turned out not to be semimentary rock that could reveal biosignatures of Mars’ history, the material was determined to be ancient lava flow that could still provide answers.

?By doing that, we can actually figure out when the delta was there and when there was water in the crater,? Horgan said in the release. ?That?s a really big question because we only have estimates for when we think Mars was wet and was habitable. We really don?t know for sure.?

[date_timestamp] => 1643016195 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => In Senegal, the power recognizes its defeat in the municipal elections in Dakar [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/in-senegal-the-power-recognizes-its-defeat-in-the-municipal-elections-in-dakar/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/in-senegal-the-power-recognizes-its-defeat-in-the-municipal-elections-in-dakar/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 09:08:17 +0000 [category] => InternationalDakardefeatélectionsmunicipalpowerrecognizesSenegal [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/in-senegal-the-power-recognizes-its-defeat-in-the-municipal-elections-in-dakar/ [description] => With “Le Monde Afrique”, follow AFCON 2022 on WhatsApp In a polling station in Dakar, January 23, 2022, during the municipal elections. SEYLLOU / AFP Senegal’s ruling coalition conceded defeat to opposition in Dakar, the capital, and Ziguinchor, the largest city in the south of the country, in municipal elections on Sunday 23 January. “Overall, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>
With “Le Monde Afrique”, follow AFCON 2022 on WhatsApp
In a polling station in Dakar, January 23, 2022, during the municipal elections.

Senegal’s ruling coalition conceded defeat to opposition in Dakar, the capital, and Ziguinchor, the largest city in the south of the country, in municipal elections on Sunday 23 January.

“Overall, national trends give our coalition a strong win in several regional and departmental capitals (?). However, our desire to conquer Dakar and Ziguinchor, in particular, has not been conclusive?, said Benno Bokk Yakaar (BBY), the coalition of ruling parties, in a statement released Sunday evening.

Read also In Senegal, the formidable battle for the town hall of Dakar

The opposition lists were led in Dakar by Barthélémy Dias, close to former mayor Khalifa Sall, and in Ziguinchor, the largest city in Casamance (south), by Ousmane Sonko, tipped as one of the main competitors for the presidential election of 2024 and a central figure in the March 2021 protests that rocked Senegal.

Official results had not been released as of Monday morning. Sunday’s ballot to elect mayors and presidents of departments is a test for power and the opposition five months before the legislative elections. More than 6 million Senegalese, out of a population of 17 million, were called upon to decide between 3,200 lists in more than 500 town halls and more than 40 departments.

Third five-year term?

The consultation was to gauge the popularity of the coalition that has governed since 2012, five months before the legislative elections and two years before the end of President Macky Sall’s second term. The latter, re-elected in 2019, a leader listened to by the international community on the crisis in the Sahel or the question of the debt, maintains the vagueness on his intentions in 2024.

A constitutional revision approved in 2016 limits the number of presidential terms to two. Voices suggest that this reform could have reset the counters to zero, as was notably the case in Côte d’Ivoire for Alassane Ouattara in 2020. The refusal to see Mr. Sall run for a third term was one of the slogans of the opposition demonstrations in 2021.

The elections will be ?a good barometer before the legislative elections to see if the grip of power on local authorities will erode and undermine the omnipotence of the ruling coalition, whose engine remains the RPA?, the Alliance for the Republic, the president’s party, explained political analyst Barka Ba.

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”.

The World with AFP

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/in-senegal-the-power-recognizes-its-defeat-in-the-municipal-elections-in-dakar/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => With “Le Monde Afrique”, follow AFCON 2022 on WhatsApp In a polling station in Dakar, January 23, 2022, during the municipal elections. SEYLLOU / AFP Senegal’s ruling coalition conceded defeat to opposition in Dakar, the capital, and Ziguinchor, the largest city in the south of the country, in municipal elections on Sunday 23 January. “Overall, ... Read more [atom_content] =>
With “Le Monde Afrique”, follow AFCON 2022 on WhatsApp
In a polling station in Dakar, January 23, 2022, during the municipal elections.

Senegal’s ruling coalition conceded defeat to opposition in Dakar, the capital, and Ziguinchor, the largest city in the south of the country, in municipal elections on Sunday 23 January.

“Overall, national trends give our coalition a strong win in several regional and departmental capitals (?). However, our desire to conquer Dakar and Ziguinchor, in particular, has not been conclusive?, said Benno Bokk Yakaar (BBY), the coalition of ruling parties, in a statement released Sunday evening.

Read also In Senegal, the formidable battle for the town hall of Dakar

The opposition lists were led in Dakar by Barthélémy Dias, close to former mayor Khalifa Sall, and in Ziguinchor, the largest city in Casamance (south), by Ousmane Sonko, tipped as one of the main competitors for the presidential election of 2024 and a central figure in the March 2021 protests that rocked Senegal.

Official results had not been released as of Monday morning. Sunday’s ballot to elect mayors and presidents of departments is a test for power and the opposition five months before the legislative elections. More than 6 million Senegalese, out of a population of 17 million, were called upon to decide between 3,200 lists in more than 500 town halls and more than 40 departments.

Third five-year term?

The consultation was to gauge the popularity of the coalition that has governed since 2012, five months before the legislative elections and two years before the end of President Macky Sall’s second term. The latter, re-elected in 2019, a leader listened to by the international community on the crisis in the Sahel or the question of the debt, maintains the vagueness on his intentions in 2024.

A constitutional revision approved in 2016 limits the number of presidential terms to two. Voices suggest that this reform could have reset the counters to zero, as was notably the case in Côte d’Ivoire for Alassane Ouattara in 2020. The refusal to see Mr. Sall run for a third term was one of the slogans of the opposition demonstrations in 2021.

The elections will be ?a good barometer before the legislative elections to see if the grip of power on local authorities will erode and undermine the omnipotence of the ruling coalition, whose engine remains the RPA?, the Alliance for the Republic, the president’s party, explained political analyst Barka Ba.

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”.

The World with AFP

[date_timestamp] => 1643015297 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => ?Marylin Manson drugged and raped me for her videos? [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/marylin-manson-drugged-and-raped-me-for-her-videos/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/marylin-manson-drugged-and-raped-me-for-her-videos/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Mon, 24 Jan 2022 08:47:27 +0000 [category] => Entertainmentdruggedevan rachel woodsMansonmarilyn mansonMarylinrapedvideos [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/marylin-manson-drugged-and-raped-me-for-her-videos/ [description] => When the actress Evan Rachel Wood (Thirteen, Mildred Pierce, Westworld) testified to Congress in 2018 about her own traumatic experience as part of her support for a bill in favor of victims of sexual assault, she was careful not to mention the name of her alleged abuser. However, the internet and, by extension, the world ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

When the actress Evan Rachel Wood (Thirteen, Mildred Pierce, Westworld) testified to Congress in 2018 about her own traumatic experience as part of her support for a bill in favor of victims of sexual assault, she was careful not to mention the name of her alleged abuser. However, the internet and, by extension, the world quickly realized that this was the rock star Marilyn Manson.

The two have had a publicly stormy relationship for several years, starting when Wood was 18 and Manson, real name Brian Warner, was 37. Wood, as he explains in “Phoenix Rising – Part One: Don’t Fall. “, he feared that Warner or one of his fans could harm his son, her family or herself if she mentioned him directly.

Indeed, as director Amy Berg’s documentary reminds us, her fans aren’t exactly known for being relaxed and upbeat in the face of criticism of their idol. Just point out, as unfair as it may be, that Manson / Warner was a favorite of the teenagers who committed the Columbine High School massacre and that’s enough to send them on a rampage.

Wood criticizes Warner directly here, recounting how violent he was physically, sexually and psychologically, the cruelty that included drugging and then raping her while they were shooting the music video for her song “Heart-Shaped Glasses”. Only the first part of this two-part HBO series was made available and shown via the Sundance Film Festival when this review went to press, but it’s pretty hard to see how Manson’s already shattered reputation will recover no matter how much he denies it. as reported here, that any of the allegations are true. Woods alludes to the fact that many other women, such as actor Esme Bianco, have claimed to have suffered similar abuse from him and perhaps some of them will talk about it on camera in the second part of Rising Phoenix.


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When the actress Evan Rachel Wood (Thirteen, Mildred Pierce, Westworld) testified to Congress in 2018 about her own traumatic experience as part of her support for a bill in favor of victims of sexual assault, she was careful not to mention the name of her alleged abuser. However, the internet and, by extension, the world quickly realized that this was the rock star Marilyn Manson.

The two have had a publicly stormy relationship for several years, starting when Wood was 18 and Manson, real name Brian Warner, was 37. Wood, as he explains in “Phoenix Rising – Part One: Don’t Fall. “, he feared that Warner or one of his fans could harm his son, her family or herself if she mentioned him directly.

Indeed, as director Amy Berg’s documentary reminds us, her fans aren’t exactly known for being relaxed and upbeat in the face of criticism of their idol. Just point out, as unfair as it may be, that Manson / Warner was a favorite of the teenagers who committed the Columbine High School massacre and that’s enough to send them on a rampage.

Wood criticizes Warner directly here, recounting how violent he was physically, sexually and psychologically, the cruelty that included drugging and then raping her while they were shooting the music video for her song “Heart-Shaped Glasses”. Only the first part of this two-part HBO series was made available and shown via the Sundance Film Festival when this review went to press, but it’s pretty hard to see how Manson’s already shattered reputation will recover no matter how much he denies it. as reported here, that any of the allegations are true. Woods alludes to the fact that many other women, such as actor Esme Bianco, have claimed to have suffered similar abuse from him and perhaps some of them will talk about it on camera in the second part of Rising Phoenix.


Last updated: Monday 24 January 2022, 08:50

© REPRODUCTION RESERVED

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