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                    [description] => Vehicles set on fire after US-backed forces claimed to have captured the last piece of territory from Islamic State, in the village of Baghouz in Syria, March 23, 2019. STRINGER / REUTERS The Pentagon announced Tuesday, May 17, that those responsible for a 2019 airstrike that caused civilian casualties in Syria committed no fault, failing ... Read more
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The Pentagon announced Tuesday, May 17, that those responsible for a 2019 airstrike that caused civilian casualties in Syria committed no fault, failing to “deliberately” killed civilians, nor acted as a “unwarranted indifference”.

The Pentagon’s internal investigation into this March 18, 2019 bombing in Baghouz, Syria, was launched in November after the publication of an article by the New York Times who accused the US military of trying to conceal the presence of non-combatant casualties. The American daily claimed that 70 people, including women and children, had been killed in this operation in Baghouz, the last stronghold of the Islamic State (IS) group, and that a military lawyer had described the incident as ?possible war crime?.

Read also A New York Times investigation lifts the veil on the deaths of thousands of civilians in the Middle East in American strikes

But the investigation, led by Army General Michael Garrett, concluded that the commander of US forces on the ground received an urgent request for air support from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) that day, the coalition of Western-backed anti-ISIS fighters in northeast Syria. Commander ?obtained confirmation that there were no civilians in the firing zone? and authorized the strike, says General Garrett in his findings made public by the US Department of Defense.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Baghouz, Syria, the assault on the last ISIS redoubt is launched

“No Malicious Intent”

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the strike left 56 people dead, including 52 combatants including 51 adults and a teenager. Four civilians ? a woman and three children ? were killed. In addition, two combatants were injured, as well as 15 civilians (11 women and four children), he said.

Mr. Kirby informed that no one would be punished for the victims of Baghouz. The investigation established that no one had ?acted in violation of the laws of war?he said, and instead concluded that there had been no “no malicious intent”.

“We don’t do everything perfectly, but we try to improve”assured the spokesperson. ?We try to be as transparent as possible about the lessons we learn. »

The investigation report attributes to “administrative errors” the delays in bringing these facts to light, which were not revealed until three years later by the press, giving the impression that the army was trying to conceal them. But in a memo to the highest ranks in the US military, also released on Tuesday, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said ” disappointed “ to learn that information has been kept under wraps for months. He ordered heads of US military commands to ensure that any operations involving civilian casualties are investigated.

Read also our editorial of February 5: The Islamic State organization, a still threatening hydra

The World with AFP

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The Pentagon announced Tuesday, May 17, that those responsible for a 2019 airstrike that caused civilian casualties in Syria committed no fault, failing to “deliberately” killed civilians, nor acted as a “unwarranted indifference”.

The Pentagon’s internal investigation into this March 18, 2019 bombing in Baghouz, Syria, was launched in November after the publication of an article by the New York Times who accused the US military of trying to conceal the presence of non-combatant casualties. The American daily claimed that 70 people, including women and children, had been killed in this operation in Baghouz, the last stronghold of the Islamic State (IS) group, and that a military lawyer had described the incident as ?possible war crime?.

Read also A New York Times investigation lifts the veil on the deaths of thousands of civilians in the Middle East in American strikes

But the investigation, led by Army General Michael Garrett, concluded that the commander of US forces on the ground received an urgent request for air support from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) that day, the coalition of Western-backed anti-ISIS fighters in northeast Syria. Commander ?obtained confirmation that there were no civilians in the firing zone? and authorized the strike, says General Garrett in his findings made public by the US Department of Defense.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Baghouz, Syria, the assault on the last ISIS redoubt is launched

“No Malicious Intent”

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the strike left 56 people dead, including 52 combatants including 51 adults and a teenager. Four civilians ? a woman and three children ? were killed. In addition, two combatants were injured, as well as 15 civilians (11 women and four children), he said.

Mr. Kirby informed that no one would be punished for the victims of Baghouz. The investigation established that no one had ?acted in violation of the laws of war?he said, and instead concluded that there had been no “no malicious intent”.

“We don’t do everything perfectly, but we try to improve”assured the spokesperson. ?We try to be as transparent as possible about the lessons we learn. »

The investigation report attributes to “administrative errors” the delays in bringing these facts to light, which were not revealed until three years later by the press, giving the impression that the army was trying to conceal them. But in a memo to the highest ranks in the US military, also released on Tuesday, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said ” disappointed “ to learn that information has been kept under wraps for months. He ordered heads of US military commands to ensure that any operations involving civilian casualties are investigated.

Read also our editorial of February 5: The Islamic State organization, a still threatening hydra

The World with AFP

[date_timestamp] => 1652833295 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => This is what BD Wong or Ming-Na Wen will look like as their Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai characters [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/hobbies/this-is-what-bd-wong-or-ming-na-wen-will-look-like-as-their-gremlins-secrets-of-the-mogwai-characters/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/hobbies/this-is-what-bd-wong-or-ming-na-wen-will-look-like-as-their-gremlins-secrets-of-the-mogwai-characters/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Wed, 18 May 2022 00:09:42 +0000 [category] => HobbiesCharactersGremlinsMingNaMogwaisecretsWenWong [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/hobbies/this-is-what-bd-wong-or-ming-na-wen-will-look-like-as-their-gremlins-secrets-of-the-mogwai-characters/ [description] => It’s been a long time since HBO Max announced, among its first and ambitious projects, Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwaian animated series that will take place several decades before the 1984 film. Despite the fact that there is still no official release date for Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai by HBO Max, the series has ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

It’s been a long time since HBO Max announced, among its first and ambitious projects, Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwaian animated series that will take place several decades before the 1984 film.

Despite the fact that there is still no official release date for Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai by HBO Max, the series has been leaving some very interesting advances. This includes its synopsis and its main voice cast.

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Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai contará con Izaac Wang | (Clifford the Big Red Dog) as Sam WingMr. Wing from the original movie. Ming-Na Wen (The Mandalorian) will bring to life Fong WingSam’s mother.

BD Wong (Mr. Robot) will be Hon WingSam’s father and Fong’s husband, and James Hongwho shouldn’t need an introduction with more than 450 credits in his career as in Everything at once everywhere, will be Grandpa Wing.

As we have said, the series takes place several decades before the events of Gremlins. So much so, that Sam is a boy of only 10 years.

Fong Wing, the matriarch of the Wing family, a witty and funny doctor who will stop at nothing to protect her family. Her father, Sam’s grandfather, is a self-proclaimed expert on Chinese myth and magic.

Hon Wing, Fong’s husband, never believed Grandpa’s tales of magic until unexplained things begin to happen in their lives. Sam, who will one day become Mr. Wing, is a naive 10-year-old boy whose life changes forever when he promises his grandfather that he will make sure Gizmo comes home.“.

HBO Max renewed Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai for a second season in 2021, but fans are still waiting for the first. When do you think the Gremlins animated series will arrive?

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It’s been a long time since HBO Max announced, among its first and ambitious projects, Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwaian animated series that will take place several decades before the 1984 film.

Despite the fact that there is still no official release date for Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai by HBO Max, the series has been leaving some very interesting advances. This includes its synopsis and its main voice cast.

Sign up for HBO Max Spain

If you like series like Friends, The Sopranos or Game of Thrones, HBO Max has these and many more in its catalog.

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Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai contará con Izaac Wang | (Clifford the Big Red Dog) as Sam WingMr. Wing from the original movie. Ming-Na Wen (The Mandalorian) will bring to life Fong WingSam’s mother.

BD Wong (Mr. Robot) will be Hon WingSam’s father and Fong’s husband, and James Hongwho shouldn’t need an introduction with more than 450 credits in his career as in Everything at once everywhere, will be Grandpa Wing.

As we have said, the series takes place several decades before the events of Gremlins. So much so, that Sam is a boy of only 10 years.

Fong Wing, the matriarch of the Wing family, a witty and funny doctor who will stop at nothing to protect her family. Her father, Sam’s grandfather, is a self-proclaimed expert on Chinese myth and magic.

Hon Wing, Fong’s husband, never believed Grandpa’s tales of magic until unexplained things begin to happen in their lives. Sam, who will one day become Mr. Wing, is a naive 10-year-old boy whose life changes forever when he promises his grandfather that he will make sure Gizmo comes home.“.

HBO Max renewed Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai for a second season in 2021, but fans are still waiting for the first. When do you think the Gremlins animated series will arrive?

[date_timestamp] => 1652832582 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => ?Pare is a song that wants to remove paranoia? [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/pare-is-a-song-that-wants-to-remove-paranoia/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/pare-is-a-song-that-wants-to-remove-paranoia/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Wed, 18 May 2022 00:08:31 +0000 [category] => MusicparanoiaPareremovesong [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/pare-is-a-song-that-wants-to-remove-paranoia/ [description] => We had met Nicol on the occasion of the publication of the single Tenth Sense a march last. We reached the singer-songwriter from Vicenza again to talk about her new song, Pare. Dal 6 maggio 2022 is available in store digital and on the radio this new single for Hokuto Empire/Sony Music Italy. The song ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

We had met Nicol on the occasion of the publication of the single Tenth Sense a march last. We reached the singer-songwriter from Vicenza again to talk about her new song, Pare.

Dal 6 maggio 2022 is available in store digital and on the radio this new single for Hokuto Empire/Sony Music Italy. The song marks the return of Nicol after the experience in the television program Amici 21 and the success of the single Tenth Sense. The latter was a very personal piece; and the singer-songwriter continues her journey with another piece in which she continues to tell about herself.

Nicol describes the new single as follows: “PARE is a limbo in which we all sooner or later fall. Taking and breaking up through a series of unspoken words and others that perhaps it was better not to say in the whirlwind of a relationship that should be over but in reality it never is. ?Baby why don’t you wanna talk? You kill the mood with these it seems ?describes a dialogue with no way out. While one party tries to resolve, the other driven by insecurity, creates new reasons to argue. Writing this song allowed me to let go of this feeling that was suffocating me and from which I could not get out, allowing me to detach myself definitively from this person. Perhaps?.

In our interview, Nicol tells his new song; talks about the official video clip you made; and anticipates his live projects for the summer. To find out what she told us, all that remains is to keep reading: happy reading!

Interview with Nicol

Hi Nicol, welcome back on All Music Italia!
After Tenth senseyour musical journey continues with the release of the single Pare. Do you want to introduce us your new song?

Pare is a song that wants to remove paranoia. Nowadays anyone who gets lost in a toxic relationship, of any kind, Pare reminds you to remove this type of energy by pushing yourself to free yourself on the straight kick of the song.

Tenth sense it was a very personal piece, which contained all your desire to tell yourself. Also Pare has the same imprinting and contains a part of your story. When was this song born? And what does it say about you?

Tenth Sense spoke precisely of me, of my history. It seems to speak more of me in relation to others, it is a collage of different situations, it is not a single story. I wanted to insert more images related to different people to make the song even more complete.

Pare talks about communication difficulties in a love story, describing a dead-end situation brought about by the creation of ever new reasons to argue. Have you ever found yourself in a similar situation? How does Nicol live love?

Yes, I’ve been in more than one situation in the past. I did not live love honestly long ago, over time I learned to understand that it is about being happy and free not closed in a relationship, before I confused the two.

In the song you sing “baby, why don’t you wanna talk? Kill the mood with these parAnd”. Well, what kills Nicol’s mood? What are the things or attitudes that you can’t stand or make you angry?

When they take away my freedom. I can’t stand when someone tries to close me in limited spaces and won’t allow me to expand. This is one of the things that I can no longer accept in my life.

Nicol

Your new single is accompanied by an official video clip, whose images tell of an evening in a club. Without giving too much away, do you want to tell us about the video? How was it born and what is the message you wanted to convey?

The video started from an idea of ??mine and of Tommaso, who is part of my management. We wanted to symbolize this concept of the search for the person, but also of the effective distance that exists between the two parts, so we created this loop, based on the idea of ??the videomaker Walter Coppola (aka perspective vision) in which the two people always start from one look from a distance.

In the interview carried out on the occasion of the release of Tenth sense, you announced the release of some singles in a short time, while for an album we will have to wait. It is always like this? Can you tell us something about your future projects and, above all, if there will be opportunities to hear from you live this summer?

I’m working on new songs and I’m always in the studio writing. But for these months I want to focus on live shows, so expect a lot of dates. I can already tell you that on the 26th I will play at LUMEN at my house in Vicenza.

We are almost at the end of this interview. Before saying goodbye, you have the opportunity to tell what you want on any topic: what do you want to say to the audience?

I always want to tell anyone to believe in their dreams, even against the whole world. And never be afraid to be yourself.

Thanks for this interview and the next one, always on All Music Italia!

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/pare-is-a-song-that-wants-to-remove-paranoia/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => We had met Nicol on the occasion of the publication of the single Tenth Sense a march last. We reached the singer-songwriter from Vicenza again to talk about her new song, Pare. Dal 6 maggio 2022 is available in store digital and on the radio this new single for Hokuto Empire/Sony Music Italy. The song ... Read more [atom_content] =>

We had met Nicol on the occasion of the publication of the single Tenth Sense a march last. We reached the singer-songwriter from Vicenza again to talk about her new song, Pare.

Dal 6 maggio 2022 is available in store digital and on the radio this new single for Hokuto Empire/Sony Music Italy. The song marks the return of Nicol after the experience in the television program Amici 21 and the success of the single Tenth Sense. The latter was a very personal piece; and the singer-songwriter continues her journey with another piece in which she continues to tell about herself.

Nicol describes the new single as follows: “PARE is a limbo in which we all sooner or later fall. Taking and breaking up through a series of unspoken words and others that perhaps it was better not to say in the whirlwind of a relationship that should be over but in reality it never is. ?Baby why don’t you wanna talk? You kill the mood with these it seems ?describes a dialogue with no way out. While one party tries to resolve, the other driven by insecurity, creates new reasons to argue. Writing this song allowed me to let go of this feeling that was suffocating me and from which I could not get out, allowing me to detach myself definitively from this person. Perhaps?.

In our interview, Nicol tells his new song; talks about the official video clip you made; and anticipates his live projects for the summer. To find out what she told us, all that remains is to keep reading: happy reading!

Interview with Nicol

Hi Nicol, welcome back on All Music Italia!
After Tenth senseyour musical journey continues with the release of the single Pare. Do you want to introduce us your new song?

Pare is a song that wants to remove paranoia. Nowadays anyone who gets lost in a toxic relationship, of any kind, Pare reminds you to remove this type of energy by pushing yourself to free yourself on the straight kick of the song.

Tenth sense it was a very personal piece, which contained all your desire to tell yourself. Also Pare has the same imprinting and contains a part of your story. When was this song born? And what does it say about you?

Tenth Sense spoke precisely of me, of my history. It seems to speak more of me in relation to others, it is a collage of different situations, it is not a single story. I wanted to insert more images related to different people to make the song even more complete.

Pare talks about communication difficulties in a love story, describing a dead-end situation brought about by the creation of ever new reasons to argue. Have you ever found yourself in a similar situation? How does Nicol live love?

Yes, I’ve been in more than one situation in the past. I did not live love honestly long ago, over time I learned to understand that it is about being happy and free not closed in a relationship, before I confused the two.

In the song you sing “baby, why don’t you wanna talk? Kill the mood with these parAnd”. Well, what kills Nicol’s mood? What are the things or attitudes that you can’t stand or make you angry?

When they take away my freedom. I can’t stand when someone tries to close me in limited spaces and won’t allow me to expand. This is one of the things that I can no longer accept in my life.

Nicol

Your new single is accompanied by an official video clip, whose images tell of an evening in a club. Without giving too much away, do you want to tell us about the video? How was it born and what is the message you wanted to convey?

The video started from an idea of ??mine and of Tommaso, who is part of my management. We wanted to symbolize this concept of the search for the person, but also of the effective distance that exists between the two parts, so we created this loop, based on the idea of ??the videomaker Walter Coppola (aka perspective vision) in which the two people always start from one look from a distance.

In the interview carried out on the occasion of the release of Tenth sense, you announced the release of some singles in a short time, while for an album we will have to wait. It is always like this? Can you tell us something about your future projects and, above all, if there will be opportunities to hear from you live this summer?

I’m working on new songs and I’m always in the studio writing. But for these months I want to focus on live shows, so expect a lot of dates. I can already tell you that on the 26th I will play at LUMEN at my house in Vicenza.

We are almost at the end of this interview. Before saying goodbye, you have the opportunity to tell what you want on any topic: what do you want to say to the audience?

I always want to tell anyone to believe in their dreams, even against the whole world. And never be afraid to be yourself.

Thanks for this interview and the next one, always on All Music Italia!

[date_timestamp] => 1652832511 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Dust-covered solar panels mean NASA Mars lander?s mission is ending [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/dust-covered-solar-panels-mean-nasa-mars-landers-mission-is-ending/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/dust-covered-solar-panels-mean-nasa-mars-landers-mission-is-ending/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 23:18:31 +0000 [category] => SpaceDust-covered solar panels mean NASA Mars lander's mission is ending - CNNDustcoveredLandersMarsmissionNASAPanelsSolarworld [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/dust-covered-solar-panels-mean-nasa-mars-landers-mission-is-ending/ [description] => Due to a decreasing power supply, the mission will cease scientific operations by the end of late summer, said Kathya Zamora Garcia, InSight deputy project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, during a news conference Tuesday. InSight’s solar panels have been increasingly covered in red Martian dust, despite creative efforts by the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Due to a decreasing power supply, the mission will cease scientific operations by the end of late summer, said Kathya Zamora Garcia, InSight deputy project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, during a news conference Tuesday.

InSight’s solar panels have been increasingly covered in red Martian dust, despite creative efforts by the mission’s team on Earth. This accumulation will only worsen as Mars now enters winter, when more dust is lofted into the atmosphere.

These floating particles reduce the sunlight necessary to charge the solar panels that power InSight, which is currently working on an extended mission that was expected to last through December. The mission achieved its primary goals after its first two years on Mars.

The lander went into safe mode on May 7, when its energy levels dropped, causing it to cease everything but essential functions. The team anticipates this could happen more frequently in the future as dust levels increase.

The stationary lander is only able to collect about one-tenth of the available power supply it had after landing on Mars in November 2018. When InSight first landed, it could produce about 5,000 watt-hours each day on Mars, the equivalent of what it takes to power an electric oven for an hour and 40 minutes.

Now, the lander produces 500 watt-hours per day, enough to power an electric oven for just 10 minutes. If 25% of the solar panels were cleaned, InSight would experience a power boost sufficient to keep it going. The spacecraft has witnessed many dust devils, or whirlwinds, but none have been close enough to clear off the solar panels.

“We’ve been hoping for a dust cleaning like we saw happen several times to the Spirit and Opportunity rovers,” said Bruce Banerdt, InSight’s principal investigator at JPL. “That’s still possible, but energy is low enough that our focus is making the most of the science we can still collect.”

The lander’s robotic arm will soon be placed in “retirement pose.”

By the end of the summer, the team will turn off the seismometer, end science operations and monitor what power levels remain on the lander. At the end of the year, the InSight mission will conclude.

The InSight team, however, will still listen for any possible communication from the spacecraft and determine if it could ever operate again.

InSight captured this image of one of its dust-covered solar panels on April 24.

“The InSight mission has really just been an incredible mission for us,” said Lori Glaze, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division, during the news conference. “And it’s given us a glimpse of Mars that we couldn’t get from any other spacecraft in our NASA Mars fleet. Interpretation of the InSight data have really furthered our understanding of how rocky planets form throughout the universe.”

The lander’s highly sensitive seismometer, called the Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure, has detected more than 1,300 marsquakes from hundreds and thousands of miles away. The data collected by InSight so far has revealed new details about the little-known Martian core and mantle. It has also recorded weather data and analyzed the remains of the magnetic field that once existed on Mars.
InSight detected the largest one yet, a magnitude 5, on May 4.

“Even as we’re starting to get close to the end of our mission, Mars is still giving us some really amazing things to see,” Banerdt said.

This graphic shows the difference in InSight's power supply in 2018 (left) versus what it has now (right) due to dust accumulation and decreasing sunlight.

Marsquakes are like the earthquakes we experience on Earth, just a little bit different when it comes to why they occur on each planet. On Earth, this recent event would be a medium-size quake — but it reaches a new record for seismic activity detected by scientists studying Mars.

When we experience earthquakes, it’s because the tectonic plates on Earth are shifting, moving and grinding against one another. So far, Earth is the only planet known to have these plates.

So how do quakes occur on Mars? Think of the Martian crust as a single giant plate. This crust has faults and fractures within it because the planet continues to shrink as it cools. This shrinkage puts stress on the Martian crust, stretching and cracking it.

When the seismic waves of marsquakes travel through different materials within the Martian interior, it allows scientists to study the planet’s structure. Analyzing the activity helps them to understand the mysterious Martian interior and apply this research to learn how other rocky planets, including our own, are formed.

With InSight, scientists were able to map out the inside of Mars for the very first time in history, Banerdt said.

Seismic signals from marsquakes passing through material has revealed more about the Martian crust, mantle and core.

The InSight science team continues to analyze the quake to better understand its origin, source and what it may reveal about the red planet.

InSight’s steady stream of data heading to scientists on Earth will stop when the solar cells can no longer generate enough power. But researchers will be studying the detections made by InSight for decades to come in order to learn as much as possible about our enigmatic planetary neighbor.

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/dust-covered-solar-panels-mean-nasa-mars-landers-mission-is-ending/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => Due to a decreasing power supply, the mission will cease scientific operations by the end of late summer, said Kathya Zamora Garcia, InSight deputy project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, during a news conference Tuesday. InSight’s solar panels have been increasingly covered in red Martian dust, despite creative efforts by the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Due to a decreasing power supply, the mission will cease scientific operations by the end of late summer, said Kathya Zamora Garcia, InSight deputy project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, during a news conference Tuesday.

InSight’s solar panels have been increasingly covered in red Martian dust, despite creative efforts by the mission’s team on Earth. This accumulation will only worsen as Mars now enters winter, when more dust is lofted into the atmosphere.

These floating particles reduce the sunlight necessary to charge the solar panels that power InSight, which is currently working on an extended mission that was expected to last through December. The mission achieved its primary goals after its first two years on Mars.

The lander went into safe mode on May 7, when its energy levels dropped, causing it to cease everything but essential functions. The team anticipates this could happen more frequently in the future as dust levels increase.

The stationary lander is only able to collect about one-tenth of the available power supply it had after landing on Mars in November 2018. When InSight first landed, it could produce about 5,000 watt-hours each day on Mars, the equivalent of what it takes to power an electric oven for an hour and 40 minutes.

Now, the lander produces 500 watt-hours per day, enough to power an electric oven for just 10 minutes. If 25% of the solar panels were cleaned, InSight would experience a power boost sufficient to keep it going. The spacecraft has witnessed many dust devils, or whirlwinds, but none have been close enough to clear off the solar panels.

“We’ve been hoping for a dust cleaning like we saw happen several times to the Spirit and Opportunity rovers,” said Bruce Banerdt, InSight’s principal investigator at JPL. “That’s still possible, but energy is low enough that our focus is making the most of the science we can still collect.”

The lander’s robotic arm will soon be placed in “retirement pose.”

By the end of the summer, the team will turn off the seismometer, end science operations and monitor what power levels remain on the lander. At the end of the year, the InSight mission will conclude.

The InSight team, however, will still listen for any possible communication from the spacecraft and determine if it could ever operate again.

InSight captured this image of one of its dust-covered solar panels on April 24.

“The InSight mission has really just been an incredible mission for us,” said Lori Glaze, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division, during the news conference. “And it’s given us a glimpse of Mars that we couldn’t get from any other spacecraft in our NASA Mars fleet. Interpretation of the InSight data have really furthered our understanding of how rocky planets form throughout the universe.”

The lander’s highly sensitive seismometer, called the Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure, has detected more than 1,300 marsquakes from hundreds and thousands of miles away. The data collected by InSight so far has revealed new details about the little-known Martian core and mantle. It has also recorded weather data and analyzed the remains of the magnetic field that once existed on Mars.
InSight detected the largest one yet, a magnitude 5, on May 4.

“Even as we’re starting to get close to the end of our mission, Mars is still giving us some really amazing things to see,” Banerdt said.

This graphic shows the difference in InSight's power supply in 2018 (left) versus what it has now (right) due to dust accumulation and decreasing sunlight.

Marsquakes are like the earthquakes we experience on Earth, just a little bit different when it comes to why they occur on each planet. On Earth, this recent event would be a medium-size quake — but it reaches a new record for seismic activity detected by scientists studying Mars.

When we experience earthquakes, it’s because the tectonic plates on Earth are shifting, moving and grinding against one another. So far, Earth is the only planet known to have these plates.

So how do quakes occur on Mars? Think of the Martian crust as a single giant plate. This crust has faults and fractures within it because the planet continues to shrink as it cools. This shrinkage puts stress on the Martian crust, stretching and cracking it.

When the seismic waves of marsquakes travel through different materials within the Martian interior, it allows scientists to study the planet’s structure. Analyzing the activity helps them to understand the mysterious Martian interior and apply this research to learn how other rocky planets, including our own, are formed.

With InSight, scientists were able to map out the inside of Mars for the very first time in history, Banerdt said.

Seismic signals from marsquakes passing through material has revealed more about the Martian crust, mantle and core.

The InSight science team continues to analyze the quake to better understand its origin, source and what it may reveal about the red planet.

InSight’s steady stream of data heading to scientists on Earth will stop when the solar cells can no longer generate enough power. But researchers will be studying the detections made by InSight for decades to come in order to learn as much as possible about our enigmatic planetary neighbor.

[date_timestamp] => 1652829511 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Amber Heard: Her role in Aquaman 2 has been reworked, and not just a little [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/amber-heard-her-role-in-aquaman-2-has-been-reworked-and-not-just-a-little/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/amber-heard-her-role-in-aquaman-2-has-been-reworked-and-not-just-a-little/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 23:15:00 +0000 [category] => InternationalAmberAquamanheardreworkedrole [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/amber-heard-her-role-in-aquaman-2-has-been-reworked-and-not-just-a-little/ [description] => News culture Amber Heard: Her role in Aquaman 2 has been reworked, and not just a little Published on 05/17/2022 at 22:16 As you probably already know, for several weeks now, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have been engaged in a legal battle in the court of Fairfax, Virginia. After taking stock of the acting ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

News culture Amber Heard: Her role in Aquaman 2 has been reworked, and not just a little

As you probably already know, for several weeks now, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have been engaged in a legal battle in the court of Fairfax, Virginia. After taking stock of the acting career of Johnny Depp, today, the court dwells on that of Amber Heard. The opportunity for us to learn more about the role of the actress in Aquaman 2.

Amber Heard, removed from the project?

Since the court where Johnny Depp and Amber Heard oppose opened its doors, numerous petitions to remove Amber Heard from the Aquaman 2 project have appeared on the web. Unfortunately for the actress, it looks like fans of the DC Comics movie have been heard. Indeed, during the trial, Amber Heard has said her participation in the movie Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom has been drastically reduced, worse, Warner would have even tried to withdraw it from the project.

I played in it. I fought to stay in the film. He didn’t want to include me anymore. I was given a script, then new versions of the script where the action scenes had been removed. Without too much spoiler, there had to be fight scenes between my character and another. They took a lot out of my role. Amber Heard

It’s not because of the trial

According to various rumours, it would not be because of the court case that the role of Amber Heard was recomposed, but it would rather be the fault of a lack of chemistry between her and the main actor, Jason Momoa. Indeed, Walter Hamada, the president of DC Films, would have confessed all this before his testimony during a hearing of three hours.

As a reminder, Amber Heard has an important role in the Aquaman saga, since she plays Mera, the queen of the seas. She notably appeared in the first film released in 2018, but also in Justice League.

As a reminder, despite the various misadventures, Aquaman 2 is still expected for March 17, 2023 in dark rooms. In addition to Amber Heard as Mera and Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Aquaman 2 also has Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man) who plays Nuidis Vulko, Nicole Kidman (The Others, The Northman) in its cast. , Patrick Wilson (The Conjuring: In the Grip) and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. The latter will notably embody Black Manta.


Find out more about the DC Comics universe

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News culture Amber Heard: Her role in Aquaman 2 has been reworked, and not just a little

As you probably already know, for several weeks now, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have been engaged in a legal battle in the court of Fairfax, Virginia. After taking stock of the acting career of Johnny Depp, today, the court dwells on that of Amber Heard. The opportunity for us to learn more about the role of the actress in Aquaman 2.

Amber Heard, removed from the project?

Since the court where Johnny Depp and Amber Heard oppose opened its doors, numerous petitions to remove Amber Heard from the Aquaman 2 project have appeared on the web. Unfortunately for the actress, it looks like fans of the DC Comics movie have been heard. Indeed, during the trial, Amber Heard has said her participation in the movie Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom has been drastically reduced, worse, Warner would have even tried to withdraw it from the project.

I played in it. I fought to stay in the film. He didn’t want to include me anymore. I was given a script, then new versions of the script where the action scenes had been removed. Without too much spoiler, there had to be fight scenes between my character and another. They took a lot out of my role. Amber Heard

It’s not because of the trial

According to various rumours, it would not be because of the court case that the role of Amber Heard was recomposed, but it would rather be the fault of a lack of chemistry between her and the main actor, Jason Momoa. Indeed, Walter Hamada, the president of DC Films, would have confessed all this before his testimony during a hearing of three hours.

As a reminder, Amber Heard has an important role in the Aquaman saga, since she plays Mera, the queen of the seas. She notably appeared in the first film released in 2018, but also in Justice League.

As a reminder, despite the various misadventures, Aquaman 2 is still expected for March 17, 2023 in dark rooms. In addition to Amber Heard as Mera and Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Aquaman 2 also has Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man) who plays Nuidis Vulko, Nicole Kidman (The Others, The Northman) in its cast. , Patrick Wilson (The Conjuring: In the Grip) and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. The latter will notably embody Black Manta.


Find out more about the DC Comics universe

[date_timestamp] => 1652829300 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => 7 resorts overlooking the Blue Flag beaches of Puglia and Sardinia [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/7-resorts-overlooking-the-blue-flag-beaches-of-puglia-and-sardinia/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/7-resorts-overlooking-the-blue-flag-beaches-of-puglia-and-sardinia/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 22:47:35 +0000 [category] => LifestyleBeachesblueBlue flagsBluserenaFlagoverlookingPugliaResortsSardiniaVillages [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/7-resorts-overlooking-the-blue-flag-beaches-of-puglia-and-sardinia/ [description] => Between Puglia and Sardinia, the shores of Castellaneta Marina, Marina di Ginosa, Torre Canne and Badesi overlooked by i Bluserena villages have received the prestigious Blue Flag, recognition by the NGO Foundation for Environmental Education. In Puglia or Sardinia, for each of the beaches on which the Blue Flag 2022 flies there are a selection ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Between Puglia and Sardinia, the shores of Castellaneta Marina, Marina di Ginosa, Torre Canne and Badesi overlooked by i Bluserena villages have received the prestigious Blue Flag, recognition by the NGO Foundation for Environmental Education.

In Puglia or Sardinia, for each of the beaches on which the Blue Flag 2022 flies there are a selection of Bluserena structures ready to meet the needs of different types of travelers, united by the desire to enjoy a holiday of relaxation, sea and Sun.

Starting from Puglia, four Bluserena structures overlook the beach of Castellaneta Marina:

The Alborèa Ecolodge Resort, immersed in the greenery of the Ethra Reserve, is a charming 5-star resort with a large private beach of fine sand, bathed by a crystalline sea, a true oasis of peace in the green heart of Puglia.

The exclusive Kalidria Hotel & Thalasso SPA 5-star charm resort includes: sea, fine beach, the Ethra Thalasso SPA, present inside the hotel.

For those traveling with family, the perfect choice is the Calanè Village, the Superfamily village of the Bluserena offer. Immersed in the protected natural area of ??Stornara, it offers a tailor-made holiday for all ages: from 5 clubs for children and teenagers from 12 months to 17 years, playgrounds, soccer fields, tennis, beach volleyball, entertainment for adults and children. little ones, there is also space for well-being, thanks to the possibility of accessing Ethra Thalasso SPA, located in the nearby Kalidria Hotel & Thalasso SPA.

The family friendly Valentino Village destination, 4-star tourist village immersed in the green of nature, it is the best choice for the whole family for a holiday of relaxation and fun among sports activities, swimming pools and a rich buffet restaurant and also here the possibility of accessing the Ethra Thalasso Spa.

Remaining in the Apulian territory, the modern 4-star Torreserena Village overlooks the blue flag beach of Marina Di Ginosa nestled in a pine forest that runs along the sandy beach.

The beach of Torre Canne, in Fasano, hosts the GranSerena Hotel, 4-star hotel with all the services of the Bluserena villages. The Torre Canne thermal baths, one of the most beautiful in southern Italy, are also accessible from the hotel.

Moving on the northern coast of Sardinia, in the splendid Gulf of Asinara, Is Serenas Badesi Village overlooks the reconfirmed Blue Flag beach of Badesthe. The 4-star resort of the prestigious Bluserena Charme Resort collection welcomes guests to its private beach, the BluSpa, a rich offer of activities and sports equipment and the restaurant located on a terrace overlooking the sea.

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/7-resorts-overlooking-the-blue-flag-beaches-of-puglia-and-sardinia/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => Between Puglia and Sardinia, the shores of Castellaneta Marina, Marina di Ginosa, Torre Canne and Badesi overlooked by i Bluserena villages have received the prestigious Blue Flag, recognition by the NGO Foundation for Environmental Education. In Puglia or Sardinia, for each of the beaches on which the Blue Flag 2022 flies there are a selection ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Between Puglia and Sardinia, the shores of Castellaneta Marina, Marina di Ginosa, Torre Canne and Badesi overlooked by i Bluserena villages have received the prestigious Blue Flag, recognition by the NGO Foundation for Environmental Education.

In Puglia or Sardinia, for each of the beaches on which the Blue Flag 2022 flies there are a selection of Bluserena structures ready to meet the needs of different types of travelers, united by the desire to enjoy a holiday of relaxation, sea and Sun.

Starting from Puglia, four Bluserena structures overlook the beach of Castellaneta Marina:

The Alborèa Ecolodge Resort, immersed in the greenery of the Ethra Reserve, is a charming 5-star resort with a large private beach of fine sand, bathed by a crystalline sea, a true oasis of peace in the green heart of Puglia.

The exclusive Kalidria Hotel & Thalasso SPA 5-star charm resort includes: sea, fine beach, the Ethra Thalasso SPA, present inside the hotel.

For those traveling with family, the perfect choice is the Calanè Village, the Superfamily village of the Bluserena offer. Immersed in the protected natural area of ??Stornara, it offers a tailor-made holiday for all ages: from 5 clubs for children and teenagers from 12 months to 17 years, playgrounds, soccer fields, tennis, beach volleyball, entertainment for adults and children. little ones, there is also space for well-being, thanks to the possibility of accessing Ethra Thalasso SPA, located in the nearby Kalidria Hotel & Thalasso SPA.

The family friendly Valentino Village destination, 4-star tourist village immersed in the green of nature, it is the best choice for the whole family for a holiday of relaxation and fun among sports activities, swimming pools and a rich buffet restaurant and also here the possibility of accessing the Ethra Thalasso Spa.

Remaining in the Apulian territory, the modern 4-star Torreserena Village overlooks the blue flag beach of Marina Di Ginosa nestled in a pine forest that runs along the sandy beach.

The beach of Torre Canne, in Fasano, hosts the GranSerena Hotel, 4-star hotel with all the services of the Bluserena villages. The Torre Canne thermal baths, one of the most beautiful in southern Italy, are also accessible from the hotel.

Moving on the northern coast of Sardinia, in the splendid Gulf of Asinara, Is Serenas Badesi Village overlooks the reconfirmed Blue Flag beach of Badesthe. The 4-star resort of the prestigious Bluserena Charme Resort collection welcomes guests to its private beach, the BluSpa, a rich offer of activities and sports equipment and the restaurant located on a terrace overlooking the sea.

[date_timestamp] => 1652827655 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Arcade Fire! We list 15 trivia and spoilers about WE, [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/arcade-fire-we-list-15-trivia-and-spoilers-about-we/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/arcade-fire-we-list-15-trivia-and-spoilers-about-we/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 22:37:45 +0000 [category] => MusicarcadeFireListspoilerstrivia [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/arcade-fire-we-list-15-trivia-and-spoilers-about-we/ [description] => short Music Non Stop no Facebook On the eve of promoting Reflector on the planet’s stages in 2014, the Arcade Fire flirted with a status he didn’t aspire to achieve on his record debut the previous decade. In a profile written by on the pages of Rolling Stonethe journalist questioned readers with a certain dose ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

On the eve of promoting Reflector on the planet’s stages in 2014, the Arcade Fire flirted with a status he didn’t aspire to achieve on his record debut the previous decade.

In a profile written by on the pages of Rolling Stonethe journalist questioned readers with a certain dose of irreverence: Josh Eells“Can Arcade Fire become the biggest band in the world?”

Even not reaching the ambitious level, the combo guided by the couple Win Butler e Regine Chassagne extrapolated the limits of the indie scene ? and handily.

Since then, the world has not only spun, but flipped for Canadians. Five years after presenting Everything Now ? the fifth in the discography ? the group now faces profound transformations at its core, but without losing its traditional creative and activist essence.

Despite losing one of his foundations, the multi-instrumentalist and composer, Will ButlerArcade Fire is getting ready to reveal to critics and fans an album with a title that couldn’t be more antagonistic: WEwhich includes appearances by the already strayed and youngest of the Butlers in the repertoire.

Below, you can check out a series of delicious news and curiosities about the career and new work of the collective founded in Montreal and Quebec ? and which was once sponsored by none other than David Bowie.

More than 365 days before the scheduled release of WeArcade Fire stunned fans and critics alike with the offbeat ?Memories of the Age of Anxiety? ? a 45-minute instrumental composition released exclusively on the meditation app Headspace.

As we examine WE’s tracklist, we can safely say that ?Memories of the Age of Anxiety? has faced severe metamorphosis and editing, as well as gaining lyrics. Tracks 1 and 2 of the album are, respectively, ?Age Of Anxiety I? and ?Age Of Anxiety II (Rabbit Hole)?.

Those who attended the charity events for Ukraine at the Tolouse Theater in New Orleans, on March 13th and 14th, were treated to the respective live versions of ?Age Of Anxiety? Check it out here:

Two days after releasing ?The Lightning?, Arcade Fire played both versions of the single at the Bowery Ballroom on March 19 in New York.

One more preview of We debuted live before its official debut: ?Unconditional I (Lookout Kid)?. Here you can enjoy the debut performance at the Coachella festival on April 15th.

“Unconditional II (Race and Religion)” adds weight to WE’s recordings: the British icon, Peter Gabriel. The original vocalist of Genesis lends his talent in the vocals of the second song version, thus rescuing his admiration for Canadians. In 2010, Gabriel included in the tracklist of Scratch my Back his version of ?My Body Is a Cage?, released by Arcade Fire in Neon Bible.

Renowned for its established partnership with Radiohead & associates, another Briton ? Nigel Godrich ? divides production credits into WE. The record was recorded and mixed at various locations between 2019 and 2021: New Orleans, El Paso, and Mount Desert Island,

About ?The Lightining?, Win Butler highlighted the desolate Texas landscape as the birthplace of his recording in the studio.

?It was recorded with Nigel Godrich in El Paso, Texas, in the shadows of the wall on the border with Mexico,? Butler pointed out. ?It was at the height of the Covid crisis ? and El Paso was at the epicenter of the pandemic in the US. They used prisons to house the bodies because the morgues were full and the healthcare system was completely overwhelmed,? he revealed.

The ‘presidential elections’ theme also dominated the WE production environment. Win Butler recalls: ?I will never forget when we finished the final version of The Lightning. We went to our outdoor communal space where we watched the results on TV and saw that Trump had lost the election.?

?The Lightning I, II? brings with it several influences that Arcade Fire absorbed in almost two decades on the road. The single’s vocals were inspired by the voices of Haitian refugees, while the song’s verses bring “the optimism of my son (8-year-old Edwin) living in paradise under a polluted sky,” according to Win Butler.

?The Lightining I,II? was turned into a music video by the hands of director Emily Kai Bock, who resumes her partnership with Arcade Fire after her award-winning work on ?Afterlife?, from the album Reflektor, winner of the UK Music Video Awards as Best Alternative Video. International.

Book devourers, Arcade Fire named their sixth album WE, borrowed from the fictional work written by Russian Yevgeny Zamyatin between 1920 and 1921. The book presents the reader with a society carved to perfection, but controlled by oppressive leaders, inspired by by the protagonists of the Russian Revolution of 1917, experienced firsthand by Zamyatin himself. We (literally translated in Brazil as ?We?) served as the inspiration for George Orwell to compose his masterpiece ?1984?.

WE represents the final stretch (at least, for now) of Will Butler as a member of Arcade Fire. His departure announcement was confirmed on his official Twitter account.

?I left Arcade Fire late last year after completing the new album,? Will revealed. ?There was no other reason than to have changed ? and for the band to have changed in the last 20 years. It’s time for new things. I’m working on a new record and the score for a play by David Adjmi?, concluded the thread.

Close to turning 40 (William Pierce Butler’s birthday is October 6), the now ex-Arcade Fire has already given birth to three solo albums: Policy (2015), Friday Night (2016) and Generations (2020)

We couldn’t finish the story without rescuing David Bowie in the Arcade Fire story. In 2005, Chameleon told Rolling Stone: ?I’m the last one to have an answer (about the band’s future). But if I have to predict anything, I say they will be giants in Europe and the UK, just as Hendrix and the Pixies, predicted. ?This is quite common with the more adventurous North American bands. America will be left behind for six months or a year and then it will co-opt them?.

Though humble, Bowie’s prediction came true. After Funeral debuted only at No. 123 on the Billboard charts in 2004, the successor Neon Bible would soon occupy No. 2 on the US charts in 2007.

Claudio Dirani

Claudio D.Dirani is a journalist with over 25 years on the stage and author of MASTERS: Paul McCartney in albums and songs and Na Rota da BR-U2.

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/arcade-fire-we-list-15-trivia-and-spoilers-about-we/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => short Music Non Stop no Facebook On the eve of promoting Reflector on the planet’s stages in 2014, the Arcade Fire flirted with a status he didn’t aspire to achieve on his record debut the previous decade. In a profile written by on the pages of Rolling Stonethe journalist questioned readers with a certain dose ... Read more [atom_content] =>

On the eve of promoting Reflector on the planet’s stages in 2014, the Arcade Fire flirted with a status he didn’t aspire to achieve on his record debut the previous decade.

In a profile written by on the pages of Rolling Stonethe journalist questioned readers with a certain dose of irreverence: Josh Eells“Can Arcade Fire become the biggest band in the world?”

Even not reaching the ambitious level, the combo guided by the couple Win Butler e Regine Chassagne extrapolated the limits of the indie scene ? and handily.

Since then, the world has not only spun, but flipped for Canadians. Five years after presenting Everything Now ? the fifth in the discography ? the group now faces profound transformations at its core, but without losing its traditional creative and activist essence.

Despite losing one of his foundations, the multi-instrumentalist and composer, Will ButlerArcade Fire is getting ready to reveal to critics and fans an album with a title that couldn’t be more antagonistic: WEwhich includes appearances by the already strayed and youngest of the Butlers in the repertoire.

Below, you can check out a series of delicious news and curiosities about the career and new work of the collective founded in Montreal and Quebec ? and which was once sponsored by none other than David Bowie.

More than 365 days before the scheduled release of WeArcade Fire stunned fans and critics alike with the offbeat ?Memories of the Age of Anxiety? ? a 45-minute instrumental composition released exclusively on the meditation app Headspace.

As we examine WE’s tracklist, we can safely say that ?Memories of the Age of Anxiety? has faced severe metamorphosis and editing, as well as gaining lyrics. Tracks 1 and 2 of the album are, respectively, ?Age Of Anxiety I? and ?Age Of Anxiety II (Rabbit Hole)?.

Those who attended the charity events for Ukraine at the Tolouse Theater in New Orleans, on March 13th and 14th, were treated to the respective live versions of ?Age Of Anxiety? Check it out here:

Two days after releasing ?The Lightning?, Arcade Fire played both versions of the single at the Bowery Ballroom on March 19 in New York.

One more preview of We debuted live before its official debut: ?Unconditional I (Lookout Kid)?. Here you can enjoy the debut performance at the Coachella festival on April 15th.

“Unconditional II (Race and Religion)” adds weight to WE’s recordings: the British icon, Peter Gabriel. The original vocalist of Genesis lends his talent in the vocals of the second song version, thus rescuing his admiration for Canadians. In 2010, Gabriel included in the tracklist of Scratch my Back his version of ?My Body Is a Cage?, released by Arcade Fire in Neon Bible.

Renowned for its established partnership with Radiohead & associates, another Briton ? Nigel Godrich ? divides production credits into WE. The record was recorded and mixed at various locations between 2019 and 2021: New Orleans, El Paso, and Mount Desert Island,

About ?The Lightining?, Win Butler highlighted the desolate Texas landscape as the birthplace of his recording in the studio.

?It was recorded with Nigel Godrich in El Paso, Texas, in the shadows of the wall on the border with Mexico,? Butler pointed out. ?It was at the height of the Covid crisis ? and El Paso was at the epicenter of the pandemic in the US. They used prisons to house the bodies because the morgues were full and the healthcare system was completely overwhelmed,? he revealed.

The ‘presidential elections’ theme also dominated the WE production environment. Win Butler recalls: ?I will never forget when we finished the final version of The Lightning. We went to our outdoor communal space where we watched the results on TV and saw that Trump had lost the election.?

?The Lightning I, II? brings with it several influences that Arcade Fire absorbed in almost two decades on the road. The single’s vocals were inspired by the voices of Haitian refugees, while the song’s verses bring “the optimism of my son (8-year-old Edwin) living in paradise under a polluted sky,” according to Win Butler.

?The Lightining I,II? was turned into a music video by the hands of director Emily Kai Bock, who resumes her partnership with Arcade Fire after her award-winning work on ?Afterlife?, from the album Reflektor, winner of the UK Music Video Awards as Best Alternative Video. International.

Book devourers, Arcade Fire named their sixth album WE, borrowed from the fictional work written by Russian Yevgeny Zamyatin between 1920 and 1921. The book presents the reader with a society carved to perfection, but controlled by oppressive leaders, inspired by by the protagonists of the Russian Revolution of 1917, experienced firsthand by Zamyatin himself. We (literally translated in Brazil as ?We?) served as the inspiration for George Orwell to compose his masterpiece ?1984?.

WE represents the final stretch (at least, for now) of Will Butler as a member of Arcade Fire. His departure announcement was confirmed on his official Twitter account.

?I left Arcade Fire late last year after completing the new album,? Will revealed. ?There was no other reason than to have changed ? and for the band to have changed in the last 20 years. It’s time for new things. I’m working on a new record and the score for a play by David Adjmi?, concluded the thread.

Close to turning 40 (William Pierce Butler’s birthday is October 6), the now ex-Arcade Fire has already given birth to three solo albums: Policy (2015), Friday Night (2016) and Generations (2020)

We couldn’t finish the story without rescuing David Bowie in the Arcade Fire story. In 2005, Chameleon told Rolling Stone: ?I’m the last one to have an answer (about the band’s future). But if I have to predict anything, I say they will be giants in Europe and the UK, just as Hendrix and the Pixies, predicted. ?This is quite common with the more adventurous North American bands. America will be left behind for six months or a year and then it will co-opt them?.

Though humble, Bowie’s prediction came true. After Funeral debuted only at No. 123 on the Billboard charts in 2004, the successor Neon Bible would soon occupy No. 2 on the US charts in 2007.

Claudio Dirani

Claudio D.Dirani is a journalist with over 25 years on the stage and author of MASTERS: Paul McCartney in albums and songs and Na Rota da BR-U2.

[date_timestamp] => 1652827065 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Padovani e quella meta: ?Ero sfinito. Mi veniva da dire a Capuozzo ?corri piano, maledetto!? [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/padovani-e-quella-meta-ero-sfinito-mi-veniva-da-dire-a-capuozzo-corri-piano-maledetto/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/padovani-e-quella-meta-ero-sfinito-mi-veniva-da-dire-a-capuozzo-corri-piano-maledetto/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 22:15:40 +0000 [category] => SportingBenetton RugbycalciCapuozzoChallengecorridireedoardo PadovaniEroGalles-ItaliaIntervistamaledettoMetaPadovanipianoQuellasfinitoTolonevenivavisualizzazione [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/padovani-e-quella-meta-ero-sfinito-mi-veniva-da-dire-a-capuozzo-corri-piano-maledetto/ [description] => La meta di Edoardo Padovani al Galles. Getty Chissà se tra dieci anni la ricorderemo come ?la meta di Padovani?, per chi l?ha segnata, o come ?la meta di Capuozzo?, per chi l?ha ideata. Comunque sia la volata che ha portato alla vittoria dell?Italia in Galles ? la prima dopo 36 sconfitte nel Sei Nazioni ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

La meta di Edoardo Padovani al Galles. Getty

Chissà se tra dieci anni la ricorderemo come ?la meta di Padovani?, per chi l?ha segnata, o come ?la meta di Capuozzo?, per chi l?ha ideata. Comunque sia la volata che ha portato alla vittoria dell?Italia in Galles ? la prima dopo 36 sconfitte nel Sei Nazioni ? farà storia, come ?la meta di Francescato? contro gli Usa al Mondiale 1991, ?la meta di Croci? a Grenoble nel 1997, ?la meta di De Carli? contro la Scozia nel 2000 e poche altre. Quasi un mese più tardi, Edoardo Padovani ne parla ancora con un misto di stupore e di entusiasmo, come se non si fosse stancato ancora di raccontare quel momento fenomenale. A iniziare da quello sguardo stralunato offerto al mondo subito dopo aver schiacciato vicino ai pali, prima di ricevere l?abbraccio dei compagni e prima che Paolo Garbisi aggiungesse i due punti del trionfo. ?Ero terrorizzato ? racconta il 28enne veneziano, che sabato alle 21 sarà ala nel Benetton che sfiderà il Tolone per gli ottavi di Challenge Cup -. Non avete idea di quante partite ho visto sfumare in situazioni del genere. La prima che mi viene in mente è Italia-Tonga di Padova del 2016, avanti 17-16 (con un suo calcio, ndr) a due minuti dalla fine e sorpasso loro al 79?30?, ma ce ne sono anche altre. Poi però dopo la trasformazione di Paolo (Garbisi, ndr) ero su un altro pianeta?.

Cosa ricorda di quell?azione?

?Ricordo che era stata una partita difficile, piena di sequenze belle e lunghe. Ho fatto quello scatto finale per sostenere Ange quando ero già discretamente senza fiato. Mi veniva quasi da dirgli ?corri piano, maledetto!? (ride, ndr)?.

Un giocatore del genere ha scombussolato un bel po? ciò che pensavamo delle taglie, dei ruoli, di ciò che ci si può permettere o non permettere di fare in un test match.

?Sicuramente io e Ange non siamo simili ed è certo che mettendo Ange a estremo hai più creatività. Non ho l?elettricità nelle gambe che ha lui. Sono però contento perché in un gruppo vincente la concorrenza interna è importante?.

Anche a Treviso gioca sia estremo, sia ala. Crede che i due ruoli si siano avvicinati negli ultimi anni?

?Sì. Non trovo troppe differenze. Alcuni tecnici vogliono che le ali siano sempre su, nella prima linea di difesa, lasciando solo l?estremo a coprire la profondità, e quando ci sono turnover, palle perse o altri accidenti, capita spesso che siano le ali a coprire il campo. Il 90 per cento delle squadre comunque gioca con due uomini dietro. Uno è l?estremo e l?altro è l?ala di riferimento in quella parte del campo, ma se l?estremo è impegnato in un raggruppamento, allora tocca alle ali. O al mediano d?apertura. Altre squadre giocano con una persona e mezza fuori, una fissa e una che fa la spola tra la linea e la profondità. Come ha fatto il Galles contro di noi?.

Evidentemente pensavano di poterselo permettere.

?Sì, ma Paolo è stato molto bravo a metterli in difficoltà?.

Spesso è capitato di vedere Garbisi anche in copertura nella profondità. L?impressione è che canti la messa e porti la croce.

?Paolo è molto coinvolto nel gioco, credo sia anche parte del suo carattere. Credo che sia tra gli emergenti potenzialmente più forti al mondo proprio per questo, per la completezza. Ha tutto, dalla difesa al calcio, dalla presa al volo nelle battaglie aeree alla visione di gioco. Non gli si può chiedere molto altro?.

Con lei Garbisi condivide Mogliano come club di formazione. Che peso ha avuto quella esperienza nella sua carriera?

?Mogliano è un club molto strutturato. Vedevamo la prima squadra come fosse il centro del mondo. Il vivaio è completo, ci sono tutte le giovanili. C?è chi gioca per divertirsi e a un certo punto smette, ma chi ha ambizione, in un club del genere vede un percorso delineato e ben tracciato. Capisci qual è la strada per diventare professionista. Poi ci sono le partite della Nazionale che vedi alla tv che ti esaltano, ma lo spirito di emulazione nasce innanzitutto nel club. Così come succede nel calcio?.

Quali sono stati i suoi maestri a Mogliano?

?Uno a cui sono rimasto legato è Darrel Eigner, che ho avuto come allenatore nell?under 18. Mi ha trasmesso tanti trucchetti, la capacità di leggere il gioco. Al piede poi era forte, con lui ho imparato tanto. E poi mi ha passato l?idea della leggerezza del gioco, perché tale è il rugby, un gioco. Quando ci sono momenti tosti, quando l?avversario ti fa male, è giusto pensare che tutto sommato stiamo parlando di un gioco?.

Un concetto che nell?alto livello passa poco. Soprattutto in una Nazionale che perde tantissimo.

?Da alto livello questo è un aspetto molto trascurato. La salute mentale dei giocatori è ancora un tabù, che però si vive giornalmente. Se non stai bene in un ambiente, la salute ne risente. Non è il nostro caso, ma c?è gente che al mattino fa fatica ad alzarsi dal letto. Ed è un discorso che vale per tutti gli sport, non solo per il rugby. Devo comunque dire che il gruppo dell?Italia ha davvero dimostrato di saper reagire. Non pensavo che potessimo essere così forti mentalmente. E? la prova che il limite sta solo in noi stessi. Kieran ha lavorato tanto su questo, anche a Treviso. E? il suo modo di allenare. Prima di tutto è importante stare bene, il resto viene a cascata?.

Contro il Galles ha messo due calci piazzati capitali da lunga distanza. E? un aspetto del gioco che ha sempre allenato con costanza?

?Non ho più la stessa continuità rispetto a prima dell?infortunio alla caviglia sinistra (ottobre 2018, ai tempi delle Zebre, ndr). L?intervento alle anche (2020) mi hanno costretto a diminuire il tempo delle sessioni di allenamento al calcio. Sono stati infortuni strani, ancora adesso continuo ad avere dolori alla caviglia, ma cerco comunque di allenarmi costantemente facendo degli extra. Non solo per i piazzati: nell?ultima seduta ad esempio ho fatto placcaggi, prima le prese al volo, poi ancora i punt di spostamento, o gli esercizi per la visualizzazione. Con l?esperienza sono riuscito a ottenere la massima resa con il minimo sforzo?.

Come lavora sulla visualizzazione?

?Vado da una professionista di Treviso, una psicologa dello sport, Marcella Bounous. Me l?hanno suggerita i miei agenti (Nicolò Maria Pagotto e Alessandro Corbetta, ndr). Facciamo esercizi sui riflessi, sulla respirazione, sulla visualizzazione stessa, tutte cose legate tra loro. E cerco di riaccendere queste cose prima della partita, per arrivare ?elettrico? al kick-off. Ho bisogno di sentire reattività?.

L?impressione è che stia mostrando il miglior rugby della sua carriera. Concorda?

?Ne sono contento. Sto bene, dopo un po? credo finalmente di esserci?.

Cosa le resta dell?esperienza a Tolone del 2017?

?E? stato un momento di formazione importante. Tutti sanno che è stata davvero dura per me, ho sofferto molto. Se sto male in un ambiente si nota, sono giù tutto il giorno. Mi è servito per conoscermi. E ho mantenuto bei legami con giocatori come Clerc, Pietersen e ovviamente Sergio Parisse. Da un altro punto di vista però è stato come un sogno, perché ero sempre a fianco di campioni di livello mondiale. Ho toccato il livello massimo?.

Cosa aspettarsi dal Tolone, sabato?

?In attacco non è una squadra incredibilmente strutturata, ma nella gestualità individuale sono molto forti. Dobbiamo concedere il meno possibile, perché dalle nostre palle perse sanno come stappare lo champagne. Serve fisicità e disciplina. Dobbiamo fare capire loro che la porta è chiusa?.

 

 

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La meta di Edoardo Padovani al Galles. Getty

Chissà se tra dieci anni la ricorderemo come ?la meta di Padovani?, per chi l?ha segnata, o come ?la meta di Capuozzo?, per chi l?ha ideata. Comunque sia la volata che ha portato alla vittoria dell?Italia in Galles ? la prima dopo 36 sconfitte nel Sei Nazioni ? farà storia, come ?la meta di Francescato? contro gli Usa al Mondiale 1991, ?la meta di Croci? a Grenoble nel 1997, ?la meta di De Carli? contro la Scozia nel 2000 e poche altre. Quasi un mese più tardi, Edoardo Padovani ne parla ancora con un misto di stupore e di entusiasmo, come se non si fosse stancato ancora di raccontare quel momento fenomenale. A iniziare da quello sguardo stralunato offerto al mondo subito dopo aver schiacciato vicino ai pali, prima di ricevere l?abbraccio dei compagni e prima che Paolo Garbisi aggiungesse i due punti del trionfo. ?Ero terrorizzato ? racconta il 28enne veneziano, che sabato alle 21 sarà ala nel Benetton che sfiderà il Tolone per gli ottavi di Challenge Cup -. Non avete idea di quante partite ho visto sfumare in situazioni del genere. La prima che mi viene in mente è Italia-Tonga di Padova del 2016, avanti 17-16 (con un suo calcio, ndr) a due minuti dalla fine e sorpasso loro al 79?30?, ma ce ne sono anche altre. Poi però dopo la trasformazione di Paolo (Garbisi, ndr) ero su un altro pianeta?.

Cosa ricorda di quell?azione?

?Ricordo che era stata una partita difficile, piena di sequenze belle e lunghe. Ho fatto quello scatto finale per sostenere Ange quando ero già discretamente senza fiato. Mi veniva quasi da dirgli ?corri piano, maledetto!? (ride, ndr)?.

Un giocatore del genere ha scombussolato un bel po? ciò che pensavamo delle taglie, dei ruoli, di ciò che ci si può permettere o non permettere di fare in un test match.

?Sicuramente io e Ange non siamo simili ed è certo che mettendo Ange a estremo hai più creatività. Non ho l?elettricità nelle gambe che ha lui. Sono però contento perché in un gruppo vincente la concorrenza interna è importante?.

Anche a Treviso gioca sia estremo, sia ala. Crede che i due ruoli si siano avvicinati negli ultimi anni?

?Sì. Non trovo troppe differenze. Alcuni tecnici vogliono che le ali siano sempre su, nella prima linea di difesa, lasciando solo l?estremo a coprire la profondità, e quando ci sono turnover, palle perse o altri accidenti, capita spesso che siano le ali a coprire il campo. Il 90 per cento delle squadre comunque gioca con due uomini dietro. Uno è l?estremo e l?altro è l?ala di riferimento in quella parte del campo, ma se l?estremo è impegnato in un raggruppamento, allora tocca alle ali. O al mediano d?apertura. Altre squadre giocano con una persona e mezza fuori, una fissa e una che fa la spola tra la linea e la profondità. Come ha fatto il Galles contro di noi?.

Evidentemente pensavano di poterselo permettere.

?Sì, ma Paolo è stato molto bravo a metterli in difficoltà?.

Spesso è capitato di vedere Garbisi anche in copertura nella profondità. L?impressione è che canti la messa e porti la croce.

?Paolo è molto coinvolto nel gioco, credo sia anche parte del suo carattere. Credo che sia tra gli emergenti potenzialmente più forti al mondo proprio per questo, per la completezza. Ha tutto, dalla difesa al calcio, dalla presa al volo nelle battaglie aeree alla visione di gioco. Non gli si può chiedere molto altro?.

Con lei Garbisi condivide Mogliano come club di formazione. Che peso ha avuto quella esperienza nella sua carriera?

?Mogliano è un club molto strutturato. Vedevamo la prima squadra come fosse il centro del mondo. Il vivaio è completo, ci sono tutte le giovanili. C?è chi gioca per divertirsi e a un certo punto smette, ma chi ha ambizione, in un club del genere vede un percorso delineato e ben tracciato. Capisci qual è la strada per diventare professionista. Poi ci sono le partite della Nazionale che vedi alla tv che ti esaltano, ma lo spirito di emulazione nasce innanzitutto nel club. Così come succede nel calcio?.

Quali sono stati i suoi maestri a Mogliano?

?Uno a cui sono rimasto legato è Darrel Eigner, che ho avuto come allenatore nell?under 18. Mi ha trasmesso tanti trucchetti, la capacità di leggere il gioco. Al piede poi era forte, con lui ho imparato tanto. E poi mi ha passato l?idea della leggerezza del gioco, perché tale è il rugby, un gioco. Quando ci sono momenti tosti, quando l?avversario ti fa male, è giusto pensare che tutto sommato stiamo parlando di un gioco?.

Un concetto che nell?alto livello passa poco. Soprattutto in una Nazionale che perde tantissimo.

?Da alto livello questo è un aspetto molto trascurato. La salute mentale dei giocatori è ancora un tabù, che però si vive giornalmente. Se non stai bene in un ambiente, la salute ne risente. Non è il nostro caso, ma c?è gente che al mattino fa fatica ad alzarsi dal letto. Ed è un discorso che vale per tutti gli sport, non solo per il rugby. Devo comunque dire che il gruppo dell?Italia ha davvero dimostrato di saper reagire. Non pensavo che potessimo essere così forti mentalmente. E? la prova che il limite sta solo in noi stessi. Kieran ha lavorato tanto su questo, anche a Treviso. E? il suo modo di allenare. Prima di tutto è importante stare bene, il resto viene a cascata?.

Contro il Galles ha messo due calci piazzati capitali da lunga distanza. E? un aspetto del gioco che ha sempre allenato con costanza?

?Non ho più la stessa continuità rispetto a prima dell?infortunio alla caviglia sinistra (ottobre 2018, ai tempi delle Zebre, ndr). L?intervento alle anche (2020) mi hanno costretto a diminuire il tempo delle sessioni di allenamento al calcio. Sono stati infortuni strani, ancora adesso continuo ad avere dolori alla caviglia, ma cerco comunque di allenarmi costantemente facendo degli extra. Non solo per i piazzati: nell?ultima seduta ad esempio ho fatto placcaggi, prima le prese al volo, poi ancora i punt di spostamento, o gli esercizi per la visualizzazione. Con l?esperienza sono riuscito a ottenere la massima resa con il minimo sforzo?.

Come lavora sulla visualizzazione?

?Vado da una professionista di Treviso, una psicologa dello sport, Marcella Bounous. Me l?hanno suggerita i miei agenti (Nicolò Maria Pagotto e Alessandro Corbetta, ndr). Facciamo esercizi sui riflessi, sulla respirazione, sulla visualizzazione stessa, tutte cose legate tra loro. E cerco di riaccendere queste cose prima della partita, per arrivare ?elettrico? al kick-off. Ho bisogno di sentire reattività?.

L?impressione è che stia mostrando il miglior rugby della sua carriera. Concorda?

?Ne sono contento. Sto bene, dopo un po? credo finalmente di esserci?.

Cosa le resta dell?esperienza a Tolone del 2017?

?E? stato un momento di formazione importante. Tutti sanno che è stata davvero dura per me, ho sofferto molto. Se sto male in un ambiente si nota, sono giù tutto il giorno. Mi è servito per conoscermi. E ho mantenuto bei legami con giocatori come Clerc, Pietersen e ovviamente Sergio Parisse. Da un altro punto di vista però è stato come un sogno, perché ero sempre a fianco di campioni di livello mondiale. Ho toccato il livello massimo?.

Cosa aspettarsi dal Tolone, sabato?

?In attacco non è una squadra incredibilmente strutturata, ma nella gestualità individuale sono molto forti. Dobbiamo concedere il meno possibile, perché dalle nostre palle perse sanno come stappare lo champagne. Serve fisicità e disciplina. Dobbiamo fare capire loro che la porta è chiusa?.

 

 

[date_timestamp] => 1652825740 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Joe Biden denounces the ?poison? of white supremacism [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/joe-biden-denounces-the-poison-of-white-supremacism/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/joe-biden-denounces-the-poison-of-white-supremacism/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 22:07:28 +0000 [category] => InternationalBidendenouncesJoePoisonsupremacismWhite [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/joe-biden-denounces-the-poison-of-white-supremacism/ [description] => Joe Biden met, Tuesday, May 17, relatives of the victims of the racist massacre in Buffalo. SCOTT OLSON / AFP The President of the United States, Joe Biden, vehemently denounced, Tuesday, May 17, the « poison » of white supremacism, after a racist massacre which made ten victims, Saturday May 14, in Buffalo, in the State of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, vehemently denounced, Tuesday, May 17, the « poison » of white supremacism, after a racist massacre which made ten victims, Saturday May 14, in Buffalo, in the State of New York. He also spoke of an act of “terrorism”.

That day, Payton Gendron drove more than three hours from his village to the Tops Friendly Market supermarket in a black neighborhood of Buffalo. Dressed in combat gear, a helmet and equipped with a camera, he had with him a semi-automatic weapon, engraved with the number “14”, which refers, in the world of white supremacists, to the phrasing : ?We must protect the existence of our people and secure a future for white people. » The 18-year-old parked the car that belonged to his parents. Then, around 2:30 p.m., he started shooting. He murdered ten people, including six store employees, and injured three others. Eleven of the victims were black. The killer then left the store, and was arrested by the police.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers In the United States, Buffalo between mourning and anger after the assassination of ten people by a white supremacist

Evoking the racist thesis of the ?great replacement? ? to which Payton Gendron adheres ? Joe Biden, moved and solemn, asserted: ?I call on all Americans to reject this lie and condemn anyone who spreads it to gain power, votes, money. »

?Too much fuel for hate?

?Those who claim to love America have given too much fuel to hate and fear?launched the Democrat again, without however mentioning names or partisan affiliation. ?This venom, this violence cannot be the history of our time?he argued, while the United States has experienced several killings in recent years targeting African-Americans, Jews and people of Latin American origin.

Joe Biden began his speech with words of comfort for families: “the time will come” where the memory of the disappeared ?will put a smile on your lips before bringing tears to your eyes?promised this president whose life has been dotted with family dramas.

Read also: The extreme right in the United States, a murderous poisoning of minds

He listed the names, recalled that a victim was broke while buying “strawberries to make his favorite pastry”that another wanted candy ?for a family movie night?that a man had been killed while coming to collect ” a birthday cake “ for her little boy. The American president made a point of recounting briefly the lives put at the service of a community and of families, mentioning an old lady who went every day to take care of her husband residing in a retirement home, or a supervisor of the supermarket having tried unsuccessfully to arrest the killer.

Previously, the American president and his wife Jill Biden had stopped at an improvised memorial at the scene of the killing. Jill Biden laid an armful of white flowers. Joe Biden, after removing his sunglasses, signed himself.

?Ban Assault Weapons?

The president again called on Tuesday to regulate firearms: ?I am not naive. I know the tragedy will happen again (?) But there are things we can do. We can ban assault weapons from our streets. » The Democrat has long called on Congress to ban assault weapons ? like the one used on Sunday. A decision that has always come up against a Republican opposition hostile to any kind of regulation.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers In the United States, the racist and premeditated killing of Payton Gendron in an African-American district of Buffalo

The organization Gun Violence Archive counts already this year more than two hundred ?mass shootings? in the United States, in which at least four people were injured or killed. Including the one perpetrated on Saturday by Payton Gendron, who claimed “fascist”, “racist” et “anti-Semite” in a 180-page manifesto.

This racist massacre has been meticulously prepared for months, media revealed on Tuesday that peeled hundreds of messages on the Internet from the killer. According to the Washington Post et CNNwho had access to some 600 pages of messages exchanged on the Discord and 4chan networks, Payton Gendron came to Buffalo on March 8 and visited the supermarket three times ? at 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tops Friendly Market, which he attacked on Saturday, to do some scouting.

Payton Gendron also writes in December that he wants to kill black people and in February he targets this supermarket because of its high proportion of African-Americans, according to the Washington Post. The newspaper also peeled the manifesto of 180 pages of the young man, who describes himself as ?simply a white man who seeks to protect and serve [sa] community, [son] people, [sa] culture and [sa] race ». Pages of the manifesto plan, minute by minute, the attack, the equipment and the broadcast on the Twitch platform.

Payton Gendron is currently being prosecuted for “premeditated murder” and is due to appear before a judge on Thursday.

The World with AFP

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The President of the United States, Joe Biden, vehemently denounced, Tuesday, May 17, the « poison » of white supremacism, after a racist massacre which made ten victims, Saturday May 14, in Buffalo, in the State of New York. He also spoke of an act of “terrorism”.

That day, Payton Gendron drove more than three hours from his village to the Tops Friendly Market supermarket in a black neighborhood of Buffalo. Dressed in combat gear, a helmet and equipped with a camera, he had with him a semi-automatic weapon, engraved with the number “14”, which refers, in the world of white supremacists, to the phrasing : ?We must protect the existence of our people and secure a future for white people. » The 18-year-old parked the car that belonged to his parents. Then, around 2:30 p.m., he started shooting. He murdered ten people, including six store employees, and injured three others. Eleven of the victims were black. The killer then left the store, and was arrested by the police.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers In the United States, Buffalo between mourning and anger after the assassination of ten people by a white supremacist

Evoking the racist thesis of the ?great replacement? ? to which Payton Gendron adheres ? Joe Biden, moved and solemn, asserted: ?I call on all Americans to reject this lie and condemn anyone who spreads it to gain power, votes, money. »

?Too much fuel for hate?

?Those who claim to love America have given too much fuel to hate and fear?launched the Democrat again, without however mentioning names or partisan affiliation. ?This venom, this violence cannot be the history of our time?he argued, while the United States has experienced several killings in recent years targeting African-Americans, Jews and people of Latin American origin.

Joe Biden began his speech with words of comfort for families: “the time will come” where the memory of the disappeared ?will put a smile on your lips before bringing tears to your eyes?promised this president whose life has been dotted with family dramas.

Read also: The extreme right in the United States, a murderous poisoning of minds

He listed the names, recalled that a victim was broke while buying “strawberries to make his favorite pastry”that another wanted candy ?for a family movie night?that a man had been killed while coming to collect ” a birthday cake “ for her little boy. The American president made a point of recounting briefly the lives put at the service of a community and of families, mentioning an old lady who went every day to take care of her husband residing in a retirement home, or a supervisor of the supermarket having tried unsuccessfully to arrest the killer.

Previously, the American president and his wife Jill Biden had stopped at an improvised memorial at the scene of the killing. Jill Biden laid an armful of white flowers. Joe Biden, after removing his sunglasses, signed himself.

?Ban Assault Weapons?

The president again called on Tuesday to regulate firearms: ?I am not naive. I know the tragedy will happen again (?) But there are things we can do. We can ban assault weapons from our streets. » The Democrat has long called on Congress to ban assault weapons ? like the one used on Sunday. A decision that has always come up against a Republican opposition hostile to any kind of regulation.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers In the United States, the racist and premeditated killing of Payton Gendron in an African-American district of Buffalo

The organization Gun Violence Archive counts already this year more than two hundred ?mass shootings? in the United States, in which at least four people were injured or killed. Including the one perpetrated on Saturday by Payton Gendron, who claimed “fascist”, “racist” et “anti-Semite” in a 180-page manifesto.

This racist massacre has been meticulously prepared for months, media revealed on Tuesday that peeled hundreds of messages on the Internet from the killer. According to the Washington Post et CNNwho had access to some 600 pages of messages exchanged on the Discord and 4chan networks, Payton Gendron came to Buffalo on March 8 and visited the supermarket three times ? at 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tops Friendly Market, which he attacked on Saturday, to do some scouting.

Payton Gendron also writes in December that he wants to kill black people and in February he targets this supermarket because of its high proportion of African-Americans, according to the Washington Post. The newspaper also peeled the manifesto of 180 pages of the young man, who describes himself as ?simply a white man who seeks to protect and serve [sa] community, [son] people, [sa] culture and [sa] race ». Pages of the manifesto plan, minute by minute, the attack, the equipment and the broadcast on the Twitch platform.

Payton Gendron is currently being prosecuted for “premeditated murder” and is due to appear before a judge on Thursday.

The World with AFP

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Self-care is a must, and for a woman of my age, that means a lot of products. From my beloved Vitamin C serum and face scrub to eye cream, lotion and sunscreen, my personal care routine is, in a word, robust.

And, when I?m traveling, my collection gets more extensive. I need contact solution, toothpaste, Aquaphor, body lotion, shampoo and conditioner, not to mention aloe vera for sunny vacations. Rounding up all this product for a trip is chaotic and unsightly ? I?m used to throwing half-used containers in my suitcase alongside travel-sized options and transparent drug-store holders. All in all, it?s a hot mess.

My travel nightmare of throwing everything in a bag and hoping for the best is why Cadence Capsules piqued my interest. The Capsules are a system of buildable, customizable, refillable and leakproof magnetic containers that were designed to keep your personal care products in order. Cadence Capsules advocate for less waste (adios, single-use plastics!), while also providing an organized way to harness all your stuff. And each Capsule is pretty, too, especially when several are magnetically clustered together in a honeycomb shape.

The perfect way to organize your liquids in your suitcase

Build your own Capsule set of six. The hexagon-shaped containers are magnetic, so they stick together to create the perfect honeycomb travel companion. They’re 100% leakproof, TSA compliant and made from recycled materials. When it comes to transporting your liquids, gels, creams and more, a set of Cadence Capsules is the perfect option for travelers.

The Capsules were dreamed up by Cadence founder Steph Hon and meant to fill a void in the market when it came to organizational solutions. ?It was between traveling to work, camping trips and workout classes that I first noticed the consumer need for a well-designed and quality organization solution that is supportive of both their environment and their modern multiplicity as athlete, urbanite and individual with a personal care routine,? she tells CNN Underscored.

A former home organizer for celebrities, Hon brought that background to the table when she set out to create Cadence. In her quest to do so, she spent three years and went through more than 200 prototypes before landing on the Capsule?s current look. ?I knew that in order to create something better, I had to completely reimagine what already existed,? she explains. ?With persistence, attention to detail and with the right engineers, we created Cadence Capsules ? a buildable system to fit everyone?s unique routine.?

But are the Cadence Capsules worth the splurge for a set of organizational containers? We thought so.

What we loved about them

Cadence Capsules are meant to hold your essentials ? from the aforementioned daily products to vitamins, rings, hair ties and more ? in a way that is organized, aesthetically pleasing, planet-friendly and ultra-durable. Like, seriously durable. The brand tried dropping a Capsule from a two-story building and it didn?t crack, but instead, it bounced.

Each Capsule boasts a soft hexagonal shape, a wide opening and a rounded floor, all of which makes for easy filling and scooping out. In other words, there are no tough angles to get that last drop of moisturizer from a hard-to-reach corner.

Each of the Capsules is about 1.8 inches tall and 1.5 inches wide, so even when grouped as a set of six, they don?t take up much room. In fact, you can fit up to 15 Capsules in a quart-sized bag. The Capsules were also designed with sustainability in mind ? a point we admire. They?re made from 20% recycled ocean-bound plastic and 30% excess manufacturing material. Plus, since they?re multi-use, you can more easily avoid wasteful single-use plastics on your travels.

Breaking each Capsule down, there?s a base, watertight lid and removable Tile that denotes what?s in each Capsule. Perhaps the best part of all is that each Capsule component is fully magnetic and can cling to one another, ensuring you?ll never lose any pieces. Plus, since they?re magnetic, you can mold them into different shapes to fit in any kind of nook or crevice in your favorite carry-on bag. And after testing the Capsules for more than a month, I can attest that these little suckers are total pros at storing all my stuff, from pills to oils.

Courtney Thompson

During my testing, I found that each Capsule is truly airtight and waterproof. If you were to accidentally drop one in the toilet, for example, your vitamins would stay dry inside thanks to the lid?s industrial-tight seal. The Capsules are also TSA-compliant, BPA-free, top-rack dishwasher-friendly and ? wait for it ? 100% non-leaching, non-absorbing and chemically resistant. In other words, your face cream won?t absorb any yucky ingredients from the Capsules, and nor will the Capsules retain any ingredients from your face cream. Oh, and fear not, I found that my credit cards and computers worked just fine after being around the Capsules? magnets.

Product efficacy aside, Capsule has another major selling point: customization. In addition to 40 predefined ?Tiles,? which are what Cadence calls the Capsule topper labels for hair gel, body wash, hand cream and more, you can also create your own Tiles for an extra $3. So, you can customize what exactly you want each of your Capsules to be labeled. One line of text on a Tile can fit up to 12 characters, and two lines of text can fit up to 11 characters each. Or, you can select icons to go on your Tiles instead of text. And because the Tiles are removable, you can swap them between Capsules. Cadence sells Tiles individually ($4 each, plus an additional $3 if you want to customize the text on the Tile) or in bundles of three ($11, plus an additional $3 for customization), allowing for even more personalized containers.

We also love that you can mix and match Capsule colors to create your very own unique honeycomb, using every color of Cadence?s rainbow ? from eucalyptus green and pacific blue to purple, pink, black and cream. On each Capsule, you?ll have the option to pick both what color you want the container and the Tile to be. We love this customization option, allowing anyone to create their perfect look, whether it?s a uniform color throughout or a mix-and-match mashup. Plus, if you?re ever short on Capsules, you can purchase one individually to add to your collection.

More Capsules for additional storage

The Build Your 12 set of Capsules gives you more storage space. Like the standard Capsules, you’ll get all of the benefits that make these storage containers so ideal for travel: leakproof, magnetic and customizable. Plus, you’ll have the option to mix and match your Capsule and Tile colors for your perfect set to take on your next trip.

All in all, I found that the Cadence Capsule system has been super handy not only when traveling, but also in my daily life. For example, when I recently went on a day trip to do some shopping, have dinner and see a show, I threw my hand cream, Aquaphor and Advil Capsules into my purse ? all of which clung to each thanks to the magnetic pull. Whereas beforehand I would have had pills in a single-use plastic baggie and half-empty tubes floating in my purse, the Capsules were tidy, efficient and ? I really can?t say this enough ? super pretty to look at.

What we didn?t love about them

While we loved most things about the Capsules, there is one downside. In our testing, we found the product?s main drawback to be its size. Per the Cadence website, each Capsule can accommodate one to two weeks? worth of skincare staples, two (or more) weeks? worth of serum, two to three days? worth of haircare or 17 tablet pills. While they?ll hold more of some products than others, for some, you won?t have enough space on a longer trip. So, the Capsules tend to be better for shorter trips ? especially when it comes to shampoo and conditioner.

Additionally, the Capsules aren?t exactly the most affordable storage product on the market. The price per Capsule can be a bit tough to swallow ? at $14 to $17 each ? but purchasing a bundle helps bring the cost down. However, we think the cost is justified when you consider how convenient the Capsules truly are. If you?re willing to splurge on your travel wardrobe, the Capsules are a fantastic option to keep your belongings organized and leak-free.

The bottom line

Similar to packing cubes for my clothes, Cadence Capsules ? whether as a single Capsule, a pack of six or a pack of 12 ? have brought a zen-like peace of mind to my packing routine. Ultimately, if you care about the planet and, like me, you have a robust arsenal of personal products to take on the road with you, this woman-owned brand is worth trying out.

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Self-care is a must, and for a woman of my age, that means a lot of products. From my beloved Vitamin C serum and face scrub to eye cream, lotion and sunscreen, my personal care routine is, in a word, robust.

And, when I?m traveling, my collection gets more extensive. I need contact solution, toothpaste, Aquaphor, body lotion, shampoo and conditioner, not to mention aloe vera for sunny vacations. Rounding up all this product for a trip is chaotic and unsightly ? I?m used to throwing half-used containers in my suitcase alongside travel-sized options and transparent drug-store holders. All in all, it?s a hot mess.

My travel nightmare of throwing everything in a bag and hoping for the best is why Cadence Capsules piqued my interest. The Capsules are a system of buildable, customizable, refillable and leakproof magnetic containers that were designed to keep your personal care products in order. Cadence Capsules advocate for less waste (adios, single-use plastics!), while also providing an organized way to harness all your stuff. And each Capsule is pretty, too, especially when several are magnetically clustered together in a honeycomb shape.

The perfect way to organize your liquids in your suitcase

Build your own Capsule set of six. The hexagon-shaped containers are magnetic, so they stick together to create the perfect honeycomb travel companion. They’re 100% leakproof, TSA compliant and made from recycled materials. When it comes to transporting your liquids, gels, creams and more, a set of Cadence Capsules is the perfect option for travelers.

The Capsules were dreamed up by Cadence founder Steph Hon and meant to fill a void in the market when it came to organizational solutions. ?It was between traveling to work, camping trips and workout classes that I first noticed the consumer need for a well-designed and quality organization solution that is supportive of both their environment and their modern multiplicity as athlete, urbanite and individual with a personal care routine,? she tells CNN Underscored.

A former home organizer for celebrities, Hon brought that background to the table when she set out to create Cadence. In her quest to do so, she spent three years and went through more than 200 prototypes before landing on the Capsule?s current look. ?I knew that in order to create something better, I had to completely reimagine what already existed,? she explains. ?With persistence, attention to detail and with the right engineers, we created Cadence Capsules ? a buildable system to fit everyone?s unique routine.?

But are the Cadence Capsules worth the splurge for a set of organizational containers? We thought so.

What we loved about them

Cadence Capsules are meant to hold your essentials ? from the aforementioned daily products to vitamins, rings, hair ties and more ? in a way that is organized, aesthetically pleasing, planet-friendly and ultra-durable. Like, seriously durable. The brand tried dropping a Capsule from a two-story building and it didn?t crack, but instead, it bounced.

Each Capsule boasts a soft hexagonal shape, a wide opening and a rounded floor, all of which makes for easy filling and scooping out. In other words, there are no tough angles to get that last drop of moisturizer from a hard-to-reach corner.

Each of the Capsules is about 1.8 inches tall and 1.5 inches wide, so even when grouped as a set of six, they don?t take up much room. In fact, you can fit up to 15 Capsules in a quart-sized bag. The Capsules were also designed with sustainability in mind ? a point we admire. They?re made from 20% recycled ocean-bound plastic and 30% excess manufacturing material. Plus, since they?re multi-use, you can more easily avoid wasteful single-use plastics on your travels.

Breaking each Capsule down, there?s a base, watertight lid and removable Tile that denotes what?s in each Capsule. Perhaps the best part of all is that each Capsule component is fully magnetic and can cling to one another, ensuring you?ll never lose any pieces. Plus, since they?re magnetic, you can mold them into different shapes to fit in any kind of nook or crevice in your favorite carry-on bag. And after testing the Capsules for more than a month, I can attest that these little suckers are total pros at storing all my stuff, from pills to oils.

Courtney Thompson

During my testing, I found that each Capsule is truly airtight and waterproof. If you were to accidentally drop one in the toilet, for example, your vitamins would stay dry inside thanks to the lid?s industrial-tight seal. The Capsules are also TSA-compliant, BPA-free, top-rack dishwasher-friendly and ? wait for it ? 100% non-leaching, non-absorbing and chemically resistant. In other words, your face cream won?t absorb any yucky ingredients from the Capsules, and nor will the Capsules retain any ingredients from your face cream. Oh, and fear not, I found that my credit cards and computers worked just fine after being around the Capsules? magnets.

Product efficacy aside, Capsule has another major selling point: customization. In addition to 40 predefined ?Tiles,? which are what Cadence calls the Capsule topper labels for hair gel, body wash, hand cream and more, you can also create your own Tiles for an extra $3. So, you can customize what exactly you want each of your Capsules to be labeled. One line of text on a Tile can fit up to 12 characters, and two lines of text can fit up to 11 characters each. Or, you can select icons to go on your Tiles instead of text. And because the Tiles are removable, you can swap them between Capsules. Cadence sells Tiles individually ($4 each, plus an additional $3 if you want to customize the text on the Tile) or in bundles of three ($11, plus an additional $3 for customization), allowing for even more personalized containers.

We also love that you can mix and match Capsule colors to create your very own unique honeycomb, using every color of Cadence?s rainbow ? from eucalyptus green and pacific blue to purple, pink, black and cream. On each Capsule, you?ll have the option to pick both what color you want the container and the Tile to be. We love this customization option, allowing anyone to create their perfect look, whether it?s a uniform color throughout or a mix-and-match mashup. Plus, if you?re ever short on Capsules, you can purchase one individually to add to your collection.

More Capsules for additional storage

The Build Your 12 set of Capsules gives you more storage space. Like the standard Capsules, you’ll get all of the benefits that make these storage containers so ideal for travel: leakproof, magnetic and customizable. Plus, you’ll have the option to mix and match your Capsule and Tile colors for your perfect set to take on your next trip.

All in all, I found that the Cadence Capsule system has been super handy not only when traveling, but also in my daily life. For example, when I recently went on a day trip to do some shopping, have dinner and see a show, I threw my hand cream, Aquaphor and Advil Capsules into my purse ? all of which clung to each thanks to the magnetic pull. Whereas beforehand I would have had pills in a single-use plastic baggie and half-empty tubes floating in my purse, the Capsules were tidy, efficient and ? I really can?t say this enough ? super pretty to look at.

What we didn?t love about them

While we loved most things about the Capsules, there is one downside. In our testing, we found the product?s main drawback to be its size. Per the Cadence website, each Capsule can accommodate one to two weeks? worth of skincare staples, two (or more) weeks? worth of serum, two to three days? worth of haircare or 17 tablet pills. While they?ll hold more of some products than others, for some, you won?t have enough space on a longer trip. So, the Capsules tend to be better for shorter trips ? especially when it comes to shampoo and conditioner.

Additionally, the Capsules aren?t exactly the most affordable storage product on the market. The price per Capsule can be a bit tough to swallow ? at $14 to $17 each ? but purchasing a bundle helps bring the cost down. However, we think the cost is justified when you consider how convenient the Capsules truly are. If you?re willing to splurge on your travel wardrobe, the Capsules are a fantastic option to keep your belongings organized and leak-free.

The bottom line

Similar to packing cubes for my clothes, Cadence Capsules ? whether as a single Capsule, a pack of six or a pack of 12 ? have brought a zen-like peace of mind to my packing routine. Ultimately, if you care about the planet and, like me, you have a robust arsenal of personal products to take on the road with you, this woman-owned brand is worth trying out.

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