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          Hungry for change, Algerians press old guard to step aside      Cache   Translate Page      

Hungry for change, Algerians press old guard to step asideHuge crowds gathered in several cities and Ennahar TV reported workers began a strike that paralyzed operations at the Mediterranean port at Bejaia. Bouteflika, 82, bowed to weeks of mass demonstrations against his 20-year-long rule on Monday and promised a transition to a new leadership. Veteran diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi and protest groups are expected to join a conference planning Algeria's future that Bouteflika said should try to finish its work by the end of 2019, government and political sources told Reuters.



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Veteran diplomat set to guide Algeria's transition after protestsAt 85, he is three years older than President Abdelaziz Bouteflika and from the same generation that has presided over Algerian politics since the 1954-62 war of independence against France. Bouteflika yielded to the protests on Monday by postponing elections and dropping plans to stand for a fifth term. Brahimi is now likely to chair a conference planning Algeria's future, a government source said.



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Rome, March 13 (IANS/AKI) Italian oil and gas giant Eni has begun building new solar energy plants in Tunisia and Pakistan in as part of its commitment to switching from fossil fuels to renewables and to promoting global sustainable development, the company said in a statement on Tuesday.

The Tunisia plant will be built at the ADAM oil concession in the southern Tataouine governorate, which is operated by Eni and in which Eni has a 25 per cent stake, through its subsidiary Eni Tunisia BV, said the statement.

The ADAM photovoltaic project has a peak capacity of 5MW. The energy produced will be used on-site, reducing gas consumption and saving around 6,500 tonnes/year of CO2 equivalent emissions, the statement added.

The solar plant is expected to be completed by the end of 2019 and is part of the cooperation agreement with the State Company Entreprise Tunisienne d'Activites Pétrolieres (ETAP), which is active in the advancement of renewable energy projects in Tunisia.

The Pakistan plant will be built close to the Bhit gas field in southern Sindh province, which Eni operates and holds a 40 per cent stake in through its subsidiary Eni New Energy Pakistan, the statement continued.

The Bhit plant is due to be completed by October, will have a 10MW peak capacity and is expected to generate around 20GWh (Gigawatt hours) annually. The energy produced will be used on site, reducing gas consumption and saving some 140,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent emissions in the next 10 years, the statement underlined.

Eni aims to integrate the new solar plant with an existing power generating facility, allowing the shutdown of one the existing gas turbines and cutting running costs once the solar plant is operational, the statement went on.

The new plants in Tunisia and Pakistan will support Eni's upstream operations by providing green energy with an offgrid set up, the statement said.

Eni operates in the upstream sector in Tunisia, mainly in the Southern Desert areas and in the Mediterranean offshore. It also has a presence in the gas, liquefied natural gas and marketing sectors though its management of the Transmed gas pipeline linking Algeria to Italy via Tunisia, and in refining and marketing. It has been present in Tunisia since 1961.

Eni has been present in Pakistan since 2000, where it also operates in the Upstream sector, where the main permits in the country are Bhit/Bhadra (Eni operator with a 40 per cent interest), Kadanwari (Eni operator with 18.42 per cent interest), Latif (Eni 33.3 per cent), Sawan (Eni 23.68 per cent) and Zamzama (Eni 17.75 per cent) and Miano (Eni 15.16 per cent).

Eni is currently operating in the Pakistani offshore and the midstream sector, the statement said.

--IANS/AKI

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          Protesters’ Message to Algeria’s President: You Can’t Fool Us      Cache   Translate Page      
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s decision to give up his candidacy in a now-canceled election and convene a constitutional convention was greeted with skepticism and anger.
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Anti-government protests spearheaded by Algerian youths — calling for democracy, an end to corruption and job opportunities — elicit feelings of deja vu. We’ve seen it all before. The misnamed Arab Spring in 2011 that toppled longserving leaders...
          3/12/2019: Middle East: Bouteflika gives up plan for fifth term      Cache   Translate Page      

Algerians took to the streets in celebration yesterday evening after ailing President Abdul Aziz Bouteflika announced that he had abandoned his decision to seek a fifth term, bowing to weeks of mass demonstrations against his 20-year rule. In a series...
          NI MSALA JUU YA MSALA, MAJERUHI WENGINE WAONGEZEKA SIMBA      Cache   Translate Page      

Na George Mganga

Ni kama msala vile unataka kuwaandama Simba ambapo taarifa zilizotolewa na Daktari wa timu hiyo, Yassin Gembe zinasema wachezaji Haruna Niyonzima na beki Serges Wawa waliumia katika mchezo dhidi ya JS Saoura.

Gembe amesema wawili hao waliumia katika mechi hiyo iliyopigwa huko Bechar, Algeria kwenye mchezo wa Ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika ambayo Simba walifungwa mabao 2-0.

Gembe ameeleza Niyonzima na Wawa wameumia enka na sababu kubwa aliyoitaja imesababishwa na nyasi bandia za uwanja wa Saoura.

"Tuna majeruhi wawili tena ambao ni Niyonzima na Wawa, wote wameumia enka 'kifundo cha mguu' lakini hali zao zinaendelea vema". Alisema.

Tayari kikosi cha Simba kimeshawasili jijini Dar es Salaam na leo kitaanza mazoezi rasmi kuelekea mechi na AS Vita Jumamosi ya wiki hii itakayopigwa kwenye Uwanja wa Taifa, Dar es Salaam.
          WALIOKUWA MAJERUHI SIMBA KUANZA KAZI KUELEKEA MECHI NA VITA LEO      Cache   Translate Page      

Uongozi wa klabu ya Simba kupitia kwa Daktari wa wachezaji, Yassin Gembe, umetangaza kuwa maendeleo ya wachezaji wake, Emmanul Okwi na Erasto Nyoni kuendelea vizuri.

Gembe amesema wachezaji hao hawakusafiri na timu kuelekea Algeria kwa ajili ya mechi na JS Saoura ambayo ilimalizika kwa Simba kufungwa mabao 2-0.

Gembe amesema wawili hao watakuwa Bocco Veterani leo kwa ajili ya mazoezi na ikiwezekana wakawa sehemu ya mchezo ujao wa Ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika dhidi ya AS Vita.

"Nyoni na Okwi watakuwa wanafanya mazoezi leo kwakuwa hali zao zinaendelea vema na wanaweza kuwa sehemu ya kikosi dhidi ya Vita kama Mwalimu akiwapendekeza."

Simba itaenda kucheza na Vita Jumamosi ya wiki hii kusaka tiketi ya kufuzu kuelekea hatua ya robo fainali ya michuano hiyo.
          Is this a turning point for Algeria?      Cache   Translate Page      

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has said he has abandoned his bid for a fifth term. But the man who has led Algeria for nearly 20 years does not seem to be leaving his post any time soon. Bouteflika’s announcement on Monday came after three weeks of protests against his plans to run for a fifth term […]

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          SIMBA IKITUA DAR...AUSSEMS MAMBO YAKE SAFI KABISA, AELEZA HAYA KUHUSU VITA      Cache   Translate Page      



Kikosi cha Simba kimerejea jijini Dar kikitokea Algeria kilipokuwa kuivaa JS Saoura.

Akitua kwenye Uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere (JNIA) Jana, Kocha Mkuu wa Simba, Patrick Aussems ametamba kuwa kama wamewafunga Al Ahly na JS Saura basi As Vita nao wanakufa nyumbani.

Simba jana ilirejea jijini Dar es Salaam ilipokwenda kucheza na JS Saoura ya Algeria katika hatua ya makundi ya Ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika ambako walifungwa mabao 2-0.

Timu hiyo, Jumamosi hii saa moja kamili inatarajiwa kushuka kwenye Uwanja wa Taifa jijini Dar es Salaam kuvaana na Vita mchezo unaotarajiwa kujaa upinzani mkubwa.

Akizungumza na SALEHJEMBE Mara baada ya kutua uwanja huo wa ndege, Aussems alisema kuwa tayari alishaanza maandalizi ya mchezo huo tangu akiwa Algeria na kikubwa anahitaji ushindi wowote ili kufanikisha malengo yao ya kwenda hatua ya robo fainali.

Aliongeza kuwa, anawafahamu vizuri Vita ambao alicheza nao katika mchezo wa awali uliochezwa Congo Kinshasa, hivyo hana hofu baada ya kuyafanyia marekebisho baadhi ya makosa.

"Mchezo wetu na Saoura ulikuwa mgumu kwa upande wetu kutokana ukubwa wa safari yenyewe ambao ulisababisha wachezaji kuchoka.

"Tayari nimewaambia wachezaji wangu kusahau matokeo ya mechi na Saoura na badala yake kuelekeza nguvu katika mchezo na Vita.

" Tunaamini mechi haitakuwa nyepesi kwetu, lakini kwa maandalizi niliyoyafanya na sapoti ya mashabiki ninaamini hatutapoteza mchezo huu, alisema na kuongeza.

"Leo baada ya timu kurejea moja kwa moja tunaelekea kambini kwa ajili ya maandalizi ya mchezo huu.



          SIMBA WATAMBUE MAPEMA KWAMBA WANA VITA DHIDI YA VITA      Cache   Translate Page      

BAADA ya Simba kupata kichapo cha mabao 2-0 dhidi ya JS Saoura kwenye mchezo wa Ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika ugenini nchini Algeria, sasa itakuwa ni vita dhidi ya Vita.

Simba ilifungwa mabao hayo mawili na kupoteza michezo yote mitatu ugenini msimu huu katika hatua ya makundi ya Ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika.

Tunajua kwamba unapopoteza ni lazima uwe umefanya makosa, hata hivyo msimamo wa kundi hilo la D unatoa matumaini kwa Simba kwamba inaweza kutinga robo fainali kama itaamua kufanya hivyo, na si kwa manenomaneno tu.

Msimamo unaonyesha kwamba JS Saoura inaongoza kundi ikiwa na pointi nane, ikifuatiwa na Al Ahly yenye pointi saba, sawa na timu inayoshika nafasi ya tatu, AS Vita ambayo nayo ina pointi saba, na Simba ghafla imeporomokea mkiani ikiwa na pointi sita.

Hata hivyo, Simba ina nafasi ya kusonga mbele kama itaitumia vizuri mechi yao inayofuata ya nyumbani, itakayochezwa Jumamosi ijayo kwenye Uwanja wa Taifa jijini Dar es Salaam.

Simba inatakiwa ikusanye nguvu zote kwa ajili ya kuzitumia kwenye mchezo huu wa mwisho, maana sasa inahitaji ushindi tu wa aina yoyote ili kutinga robo fainali bila kuangalia matokeo mengine kati ya Al Ahly na JS Saoura, Waarabu watakaochinjana wenyewe.

Katika kundi hili, kumekuwa na maajabu kwelikweli, kila timu imeshinda nyumbani isipokuwa timu mbili tu za AS Vita iliyotoka sare ya 2-2 dhidi ya Al Ahly Congo, na JS Saoura iliyotoka 1-1 dhidi ya Al Ahly Algeria ndizo ambazo hazijafanikiwa kushinda nyumbani.

Hakuna timu yoyote hadi sasa kwenye kundi hili ambayo imeshinda ugenini, hali ambayo inaashiria ushindani wa juu kabisa katika mechi za mwisho, maana timu zitakazocheza nyumbani zinatarajiwa kushinda kama rekodi inavyoonyesha.

Lakini kwa Simba itakuwa na kazi kubwa sana. Tumewaona kwa mara nyingine AS Vita walipoichapa Al Ahly 1-0 juzi, hawa jamaa wanajua mpira na Simba wanapaswa kujua kwamba kweli wana vita dhidi ya Vita.

Ushauri wetu kwa Simba, kwa sasa wanatakiwa waifanyie kazi timu hii ya Vita, waichunguze vizuri kujua udhaifu wake, uimara wake na kujua pia mbinu ambayo wanaweza kuitumia kuwafunga.



          Algeria's president will not run for fifth term after mass protests demanding he step aside      Cache   Translate Page      

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Monday said he would not seek a fifth term in office and delayed next month's elections, a stunning turnaround that came after weeks of massive street protests in the North African nation.

Tens of thousands of Algerians packed the streets of the capital,...


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By Lamine Chikhi and Hamid Ould Ahmed ALGIERS (Reuters) - Thousands demonstrated in Algeria on Tuesday, demanding immediate political changes a day after ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika abandoned his bid for a fifth term in power but stopped short of stepping down.

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          Department Press Briefings : Department Press Briefing - March 12, 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Robert Palladino
Deputy Spokesperson
Department Press Briefing
Washington, DC
March 12, 2019



Index for Today's Briefing
  • SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE ABRAMS/VENEZUELA
  • IRAN
  • VENEZUELA
  • ISRAEL/PALESTINIANS
  • IRAQ
  • ALGERIA
  • AFGHANISTAN
  • IRAN
  • SOUTH KOREA
  • ETHIOPIA
  • NORTH KOREA
  • INDIA/PAKISTAN/CHINA

    TRANSCRIPT:

    2:42 p.m. EDT

    MR PALLADINO: Good afternoon, everybody.

    QUESTION: Good afternoon.

    MR PALLADINO: Afternoon. At the top today, we are privileged to have with us our Special Representative for Venezuela Elliott Abrams. He’ll be – make a few remarks and be willing to take some questions. At the conclusion of the briefing, we also have some subject matter experts from our Bureau of Consular Affairs. If there are additional questions on matters pertaining to American citizens that you’d like to dive into a little bit, we’ll make them available as well.

    QUESTION: American citizens anywhere or in Venezuela?

    MR PALLADINO: We’re talking – that’s for Venezuela we’re talking about today. Okay? Great. Mr. Abrams, thanks.

    QUESTION: Then you’re going to --

    MR PALLADINO: We have a normal briefing as well.

    MR ABRAMS: Thank you. Happy to be here for my daily briefing. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: You are becoming quite a fixture up there.

    QUESTION: You’re setting a good example.

    MR ABRAMS: Oh.

    QUESTION: There may be an opening for a spokesman. (Laughter.)

    MR ABRAMS: I wouldn’t touch that with a 20-foot pole. (Laughter.)

    On January 23rd and January 24th, we announced and began a process of bringing back to the United States the great majority of Americans who work at the U.S. embassy in Caracas. The decision announced yesterday is, in a sense, a follow-on to that initial decision and is the product of the same considerations for the conditions in Caracas, which make it so difficult to continue keeping the embassy staffed there, and for the general situation in Caracas.

    If you think back, it’s only six weeks ago, but the situation in Caracas has deteriorated very considerably in that period and especially in the last few days since the blackouts began on Friday. So the Secretary made that decision.

    You may have seen the interviews he did this morning. I’ll just read one paragraph: “We made the decision yesterday that it just was prudent to get these folks back. The situation there is deteriorating. The Maduro regime’s horrific leadership over the last year[s] has just made life there so difficult, it began to make it more difficult for the United States to take the actions that it needed to do to support the Venezuelan people. So we concluded this was simply the right step to take,” and it “was the right time to take it.”

    I should say that this does not represent any change in U.S. policy toward Venezuela nor does it represent any reduction in the commitment we have to the people of Venezuela and to their struggle for democracy. You will see very soon a significant number of additional visa revocations. You will see in the coming days some very significant additional sanctions and the international group, of which we are a part – that includes most EU countries, the Lima Group, Canada, the U.S. – continues to do its work.

    Why don’t I stop there and we’ll take some questions.

    MR PALLADINO: We’ll start with Associated Press.

    QUESTION: Thanks. I’m curious to know what the Secretary meant by saying that the presence of – continued presence of any American diplomats in Caracas was a constraint on policy. He didn’t quite explain. What exactly did their presence constrain, number one?

    Number two, you talked about the blackouts and all this kind of thing, but presumably there are no family members there. It was very, very – only a handful of staffers still at the embassy. Presumably, they have generators, right?

    MR ABRAMS: Generators require fuel, the embassy requires water.

    QUESTION: Okay.

    MR ABRAMS: The embassy’s own situation also had a – let’s say a finite number of days.

    QUESTION: Okay. All right. So can you explain what exactly the constraint was on – what kinds of policies were being constrained by the presence --

    MR ABRAMS: Well, I don’t --

    QUESTION: Especially because yesterday, the Secretary said that – when he was asked about support for – U.S. support for Juan Guaido, said that as long as our team is on the ground in Caracas, you’d continue to provide the same kinds of support that you do. Well, now that’s gone or very soon will be gone, so I don’t understand how these – those mesh.

    MR ABRAMS: Well, we will – we will – obviously it makes it more difficult to meet with all Venezuelans when the – we – when the team is not on the ground. I’m kind of reluctant to sort of try to parse the Secretary’s words, but let me just say that in every decision we made – every decision, decisions on diplomatic activities, on visas, on sanctions – the safety of that staff was a key consideration. And that was something that weighed very heavily on our mind every day, literally every day. So I think that’s – I think that was what the Secretary was referring to, and I’ll just leave it at that.

    QUESTION: Okay, but when you said it doesn’t reflect a change in policy --

    MR ABRAMS: No.

    QUESTION: -- it means that it was not intended to be some kind of hint or harbinger of military intervention or some kind of use of force?

    MR ABRAMS: Nothing has changed. We continue to say, because it is true, all options are on the table.

    QUESTION: But?

    MR ABRAMS: But they did not change yesterday.

    MR PALLADINO: There we go. Let’s go Michelle, CNN.

    QUESTION: So just hours before this statement came out from the Secretary we heard from the Secretary on Venezuela and he made no mention of the need to get people out. In fact, he really didn’t talk about U.S. people at the embassy there. So what changed between the time we spoke to him and close to midnight when he put this out?

    MR ABRAMS: He made his final decision. We have been talking about this literally – literally – every day. I’ve only been here six weeks, but that was right after the decision to move most of the people from the embassy back to the United States. We have had daily phone calls, daily meetings about this question, been before the Secretary, and he made his decision.

    QUESTION: And then that line that Matt mentioned, “constraint on U.S. policy” – that reads like a threat. I mean, it’s obviously curious. So should Maduro see that line as a threat?

    MR ABRAMS: I can only repeat what the President has said: All options are always on the table.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to AFP.

    QUESTION: Yes. Just to – thank you. Just to follow on on this constraint thing, is there a link between the decision of withdrawing all the diplomats and some actions you might want to take to make sure the aid, which is at the border, come inside Venezuela?

    MR ABRAMS: No.

    MR PALLADINO: Reuters.

    QUESTION: Hello, Mr. Abrams. Two questions. One is: Who do you leave the embassy to? Do you appoint a protective power? What happens to the embassy, how do you ensure, number one.

    MR ABRAMS: Right.

    QUESTION: Number two: We understand that the decision was made because the talks with the Venezuelans collapsed late yesterday and that that – this is according to the Venezuelans – that’s what led to this. Did you – did the U.S. get any kind of direct threat from Maduro’s government that something was going to happen?

    MR ABRAMS: On the first part, normally we would get a protecting power, and that is, I think, what we’ll do here, and we are in discussions now about that. What will happen to the embassy grounds, the embassy physically, let’s say, is something that we then discuss with the protecting power, with potential protecting powers. So we don’t have a final answer on that, and when we do we’ll announce it.

    On the regime, you know on --

    QUESTION: Are you in discussions with other countries to – as to who will be the protecting power?

    MR ABRAMS: Yes. We are in discussions.

    QUESTION: But it hasn’t been decided who?

    MR ABRAMS: Right. About – we are trying to decide on a protecting power. January 23rd, the Secretary said the United States does not recognize the Maduro regime as the government of Venezuela. Accordingly, the United States does not consider former President Nicolas Maduro to have the legal authority to break diplomatic relations with the United States or to declare our diplomats persona non grata. So from our point of view, the regime cannot make a decision about whether we stay or go. And as a matter of fact, the National Assembly yesterday said we have the legal authority to stay, and they are the legitimate government of Venezuela. But the regime also cannot, in our view, provide security for the embassy, and the situation in Caracas is deteriorating. So our decision was made really fundamentally without regard to what the regime wants or thinks.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go with Los Angeles Times.

    QUESTION: Thank you. Just to follow on Lesley, so there were talks going on between the Venezuelans and you guys about creating an interest section or something like that and then the Venezuelans gave you 72 hours to leave. Is that not true?

    MR ABRAMS: No, we have had – as you know, we’ve talked about this before. I have – I had a couple of meetings with the de facto regime Foreign Minister Arreaza. And those meetings were essentially about exactly this. So this subject has been out there for a long time. But we made a decision at one point, and you talked about it here – I’ve certainly talked about it in public – that an interest section was really not appropriate. You do an interest section where there is no government that you consider legitimate. There is a legitimate government in Venezuela, from our point of view. Maybe that would have satisfied some demands of the regime, but it was not something that the Untied States was going to do. So that really was off the table.

    QUESTION: And 72 hours? The deadline?

    MR ABRAMS: Well, as I said, we do not believe the regime, on the one hand, has the ability to tell us when to leave, on the other hand, doesn’t have the ability to protect us if we stay.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to Washington Post.

    QUESTION: Mr. Abrams, the Maduro government’s attorney general announced that Juan Guaido is going to be investigated for – on suspicion of sabotage in the blackout. Does the departure of the U.S. diplomats put him in a weaker position at all, at a time when he would seem to be under greater threat?

    MR ABRAMS: First, we’ve seen that as well, and it’s a threat against Interim President Guaido. They have made such threats before. They’ve talked about going after him on one basis or another, and we also know that the supreme court, the TSJ, has essentially been packed by the regime. So that’s a – that report is of real concern. I don’t think the regime is going to base its decision on that, on our presence or absence, any more than it made the decision on whether to arrest him upon his return on the basis of whether we were there or not there. I think it’s largely a matter of how they think the public, the Venezuelan public, will react.

    QUESTION: You have any warnings to the government or any message to them?

    MR ABRAMS: We have --

    QUESTION: Should they be contemplating arresting him on this?

    MR ABRAMS: I think – I hope they’re aware of the fact that there are 54 countries, some important countries, that consider Juan Guaido to be the legitimate interim president of Venezuela. And I think not only we but the other 53 will react immediately. There are a number of diplomatic and financial and economic steps that governments can take. We’ve taken many of them; other countries haven’t. I would think that the arrest, incarceration of Juan Guaido would lead a lot of countries to react very quickly.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to EFE.

    QUESTION: Thank you. I want to ask you a question about the possible scenario of the Maduro government collapses. The Spain’s foreign minister today said that the U.S. asked Spain to receive Venezuelan ministers loyal to Maduro in case the Venezuelan Government collapses. So I wanted to ask you if the U.S. has actually made this petition to Spain, and what were the terms in which these petitions were made?

    MR ABRAMS: This is an old discussion. When I was assistant secretary of state for Latin America, and there were a lot of military regimes, the question of what to do with dictators arose, and it was actually Felipe Gonzalez, who was prime minister at the time, who said maybe Spain can help by taking some of these people. We’ve had some conversations with Spain. I wouldn’t say we made a request, they made an answer. We have certainly had conversations. We’ve had them with a couple of other places too, because this question may arise, and we have talked about off-ramps and we have talked about wanting some of the regime officials to leave the country as part of a transition.

    So the question therefore obviously arises: well, where would they go? And they may prefer to go to Cuba or Russia, but there are other places, and so that is a conversation we’ll continue to have. Unfortunately, none of the people at the top of the regime have yet made that decision, the decision that they should make. And as we’ve said before, we are willing to help them out in those circumstances.

    QUESTION: Can I ask a follow-up of – on that? You mentioned that they’re – the U.S. Government with Spain and a couple other places. Which ones are these other --

    MR ABRAMS: I’m not going to say, because it has not been as public as it has in the case of Spain.

    QUESTION: Thank you.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to Washington Times.

    QUESTION: Thanks for coming out to talk with us. Big picture question regarding all the – all of the options on the table. Can you discuss the military option for a minute? And specifically, has the administration asked the Pentagon to draw up such an option? And assuming that it has, are you satisfied with the option that the Pentagon has, which is headed by an interim defense secretary, provided at this point?

    QUESTION: He’s a legitimate interim defense secretary. (Laughter.)

    MR ABRAMS: The President has said all options are the table. They are. Further than that it would be foolish for me to go, and I’m not going to do it.

    MR PALLADINO: Bloomberg.

    QUESTION: Mr. Abrams, can you talk a little bit more about the finite resources that the embassy is facing? I mean, it seems to be a suggestion that they’re running out of fuel and water. What were the constraints on the embassy?

    MR ABRAMS: It’s a difficult situation for the embassy. It’s a difficult situation for Venezuelans, of course, far more. I don’t believe the embassy is at this point connected to any water system. So there’s a question of how would you get fresh water. Obviously, there are continuing blackouts on and off. So the question then is: How are your generators working, and do you have enough fuel? There’s also a question of communications. If there’s no electricity, there are no communications, which obviously speaks immediately to the safety of our people.

    So the deterioration of the general situation in Caracas doesn’t affect the embassy exactly as it effects Venezuelans, but it does affect the embassy.

    QUESTION: But were you – was there any concern that there was some new or imminent security threat that the embassy might be overrun, that the Maduro regime was unable or unwilling to provide or to guarantee security?

    MR ABRAMS: We do not think that the regime is really able to provide security, and I would note that in his most recent public statement, former President Maduro spoke about calling upon the colectivos to come forward. Now, that – that’s calling for armed gangs to take over the streets, and it is obviously going to be a great worry to Venezuelans, but we noted it.

    QUESTION: I’m sorry, was that part of the – was that the deciding factor?

    MR ABRAMS: That – actually, that statement by Maduro came today. So it was not part of the decision. But the background was – and as you know, they’ve been using colectivos more in Caracas, along the borders. Perhaps it is a sign of Maduro’s lack of confidence in his own security forces. But it is by definition a breakdown of law and order.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go Wall Street Journal.

    QUESTION: Thank you. You said that the decision to remove embassy personnel doesn’t represent a policy change by the United States, but you have acknowledged that it would make it more difficult to meet with Venezuelans, both the Maduro regime and the Guaido government. So functionally, how is the U.S. going to proceed without an embassy staff on the ground? Are you just – are you going to remove them to nearby countries? Are they coming back to the States? What is the plan?

    MR ABRAMS: Who to nearby countries? The Americans?

    QUESTION: Yes.

    MR ABRAMS: The Americans will come back here to Washington, which is what the much larger group of Americans from the embassy in January did. I am very – I am one of the beneficiaries of this, because my team is made up in great part of people from Embassy Caracas, and the WHA team on Venezuela was also greatly enriched by their presence. Now, obviously people in the summer will go on to whatever forward assignments they had.

    We will – as I said, it’ll be harder, because we’re not going to be able to do the face-to-face meetings we were doing. Admittedly, we were not able to do a lot of face-to-face meetings because the embassy staff had become quite small. But it wasn’t – so it will be something that we’re going to have to try to accomplish outside of Venezuela or by telephone or by emails and other forms of communication.

    QUESTION: And are you able to give us even just rough estimates of the number of people we’re talking about?

    MR ABRAMS: No, we – I’m told we just – by the Diplomatic Security people we just don’t do that.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to Fox.

    QUESTION: At the top you said that significant sanctions would be coming in the coming days. Can you elaborate a little bit on that? Are they targeting financial institutions or country-specific? The Secretary said yesterday a handful of nations are providing aid and comfort to the Maduro regime.

    MR ABRAMS: Well, we did, you know, Friday sanction a Russian-Venezuelan bank, one that was basically 50/50 owned by Russian and Venezuelan state institutions. There will be more sanctions of financial institutions – I think I would leave it at that – and more visa revocations coming very soon.

    QUESTION: Like today?

    MR ABRAMS: Possible. Possible.

    QUESTION: How about Turkey?

    MR PALLADINO: No, no Turkey. Voice of America, please.

    QUESTION: Well, Turkey and Venezuela is actually a thing.

    QUESTION: Yes.

    MR PALLADINO: Turkey and Venezuela. Okay.

    QUESTION: Yes, that’s what I – that’s what I mean.

    MR PALLADINO: Go ahead, Laurie. Okay, go ahead.

    QUESTION: Thank you. To follow up on this question, Turkey’s support for – is prominent among those countries supporting the Maduro regime, including through the gold trade. What – do you have a comment on that and are you considering the possibility of secondary sanctions?

    MR ABRAMS: Well, those are two different questions. We – Turkey’s support for the Maduro regime obviously is completely contrary to U.S. policy and very unhelpful, and we will continue to take a look at the ways in which that support takes place, and in the context of sanctions by Treasury. Maybe I should leave it at that.

    MR PALLADINO: Okay, fair enough. Voice of America.

    QUESTION: Thank you. So a follow-up on Nick’s question. Is yesterday’s sanction against the bank based in Russia a secondary sanction? And is it the beginning of more sanctions against foreign financial institutions? That’s number one, and number two: Can you please give us a sense if there is any diplomatic effort to bring China on board? Thank you.

    MR ABRAMS: The bank – the sanctions of Friday on the Russian-Venezuelan bank were not secondary sanctions. We have not done any secondary sanctions. The – we will continue to make efforts to bring China aboard. We have told – in various places have told the Chinese that we think if their concern is in essence getting their money back, they’ll never get it back from the bankrupt Maduro regime and from a basically destroyed Venezuelan economy. As the Secretary explained yesterday, the only way they’ll get it back is when Venezuela returns to prosperity, which it won’t do under Nicolas Maduro. Obviously they haven’t changed their policy yet, but we will continue to talk about that.

    QUESTION: Will they be subject to potential sanction?

    MR ABRAMS: Well, we have not done secondary sanctions. That’s always one of the options on the table.

    MR PALLADINO: Last one. Let’s – someone new. (Off-mike.)

    QUESTION: Really?

    QUESTION: NTN24, Emiliana Molina, Mr. Abrams. So removing U.S. diplomats and bringing them back to D.C., is this perhaps a show of lack of confidence from the U.S. in Juan Guaido’s government to restore democracy, and what does this mean for his government? Some experts are saying that this looks bad for Guaido.

    MR ABRAMS: It certainly is not a display of any lack of confidence in him. The fact is that today the regime has the guns. The National Assembly and Interim President Guaido are trying, through exclusively peaceful means, to bring democracy back to Venezuela, and that is obviously something we and dozens of other countries support. It is a reflection of the deterioration that we see on the ground in Venezuela, and it is in essence a follow-up to the major part of the decision, which was made on January 24th, to take most of the embassy staff. It’s – we left a few people there, not many, but it’s really the same logic. Our support for Interim President Guaido is absolutely undiminished, and I think, more importantly, the support of the Venezuelan people for him is undiminished.

    MR PALLADINO: Perfect. All right.

    MR ABRAMS: Okay.

    MR PALLADINO: Mr. Abrams, thank you very much.

    QUESTION: Thank you.

    MR ABRAMS: Thank you. Should I say see you tomorrow?

    MR PALLADINO: Yeah. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: Or later this afternoon. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: Robert, are some of these experts (inaudible)?

    MR PALLADINO: Some of our subject matter experts remain in the room, and so let’s get through some of our other issues today and then I’d be happy to make them available if you’ve got some specific questions that you’d like to ask on the subject of consular services in Venezuela, okay?

    QUESTION: You’re going to make them sit through the whole press briefing?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m going to apologize in advance. You are going to have to listen to some other things, it’s true, so all right. Thank you. All right.

    Let’s start with this: We are outraged to hear reports that the Iranian regime sentenced Iranian human rights defender and women’s rights activist Nasrin Sotoudeh to 38 years in prison and 148 lashes. This sentence is beyond barbaric. Her alleged crime was advocating for Iranian women’s rights and for defending other Iranian women who were arrested by the regime for peacefully protesting the mandatory hijab law. Nasrin was sentenced in absentia without a fair trial by the notorious revolutionary court, which is led by Judge Moghiseh, an accused human rights violator.

    In addition, just this week, the regime cynically announced that as they enter the fifth decade of the Iranian Revolution, they would appoint Ebrahim Raisi, a man involved in mass summary executions of prisoners of conscience, as the head of the regime’s judiciary. The Iranian regime makes a mockery of the entire legal system in Iran, placing innocent people at the mercy of accused human rights violators. We condemn Nasrin’s sentence in the strongest possible terms and call on all of our partners and allies to speak out and demand the release of this courageous human rights defender and all those arbitrarily detained immediately. The Iranian people deserve a government that respects their legitimate demands and the human rights of all in Iran, not one that subjects them to prosecution in a justice system led by accused human rights violators.

    And we are pleased to have a group of teachers and students from Oakton, Virginia with us today. They’re in the back row. Welcome. They’re visiting the State Department as part of their history course and they are here to learn about American foreign policy. So welcome, we’re happy that you could join us, and – yeah, don’t ask questions. Perfect, all right. (Laughter.)

    Great. Questions?

    QUESTION: Yeah. Robert, I mean, this is going to be for the end. I would just like to know from the consular – roughly how many Americans or people, dual American citizens they estimate – I know that there’s no exact figure. You can never be exact, but like, is it tens of thousands, hundreds of – I mean, what’s the population? And how much of a difference is this going to be mean with – it was only a handful of people at the embassy in Caracas anyway, so there couldn’t – must have been very limited what they could do for people who needed assistance. So I mean, is – what’s the actual impact on that?

    And then more broadly on Venezuela, not for the CA people, although maybe: What is the – what’s the current standing of this debate over TPS or some other kind of – if that’s determined not to be applicable in this Venezuela situation, some other mechanism that would allow Venezuelans to stay in the U.S. beyond what Special Representative Abrams has spoken about, the 74,000 who are already in this asylum pipeline?

    MR PALLADINO: Regarding American citizens, I will defer on some of the more specifics on what we’re able to do to some of the folks that we have with us today, but we – I can say at the top that we will hold the Maduro regime directly responsible for the safety and welfare of United States citizens that are in Venezuela, and like our travel advisory says, we – U.S. citizens – U.S. citizens residing in or traveling in Venezuela should strongly consider departing Venezuela. That’s something we’ve said previously and something that we reiterate. We’re pursuing all possible possibilities to secure travel options for U.S. citizens, and we will be announcing additional information for foreign government partners in the days that follow. We continue to advise American citizens to avoid demonstrations and large gatherings and to monitor local media for updates.

    To repeat, the travel advisory in Venezuela remains the same, and that is Level Four, do not travel. And I’ll leave it at that.

    QUESTION: TPS or some other --

    MR PALLADINO: I don’t have any updates on that issue today. I don’t want to get ahead. It’s something that’s being looked at, I know, but I don’t have any information to --

    QUESTION: But what exactly is being looked at? Some alternate mechanism? Has it been – has it actually been decided at some – by – has it actually – has the administration actually decided that TPS in the case of Venezuela is not the right – is not the applicable vehicle or mechanism for --

    MR PALLADINO: I don’t have any policy announcements to make on that. It’s just something – I don’t have any policy announcements to make.

    QUESTION: I have a follow-up just – I don’t know if I didn’t hear properly. Are you saying you’re pursuing all options as to get U.S. citizens out of Venezuela?

    MR PALLADINO: No, no. That’s something we do to help facilitate, not --

    QUESTION: To facilitate.

    MR PALLADINO: Yes, there’s no – yes.

    QUESTION: Okay.

    MR PALLADINO: Okay. Correct.

    Michelle.

    QUESTION: So with the situation deteriorating enough to now pull everybody out of the embassy, do you feel it necessary to put out additional information to all American citizens there, or do you feel like the “do not travel” sort of stands for itself?

    MR PALLADINO: Well, we routinely look at our travel information, and given that circumstances are changing, I would not think it – I would think – I would expect that additional information would be updated and provided in short order. I don’t think it’s going to change from Travel Four, that said, okay – from Level Four.

    QUESTION: Yeah, the advice that you – the advice that you last gave to – that you strongly, whatever that exact wording is, urge them to --

    MR PALLADINO: Yeah, “do not travel” was our – that’s our advice, okay?

    QUESTION: That’s – okay, that’s – but for those who are already there, I mean, the current language you said is, like, strongly suggest that they leave or something to that effect. Is that language from the alert going to be updated to, like, get out now?

    MR PALLADINO: That’s – I don’t want to preview what’s being done. It’s being looked at and reviewed, and in short order – safety of American citizens is one of the highest priorities of the State Department. It’s something that we are constantly reviewing, and as situations on the ground change, we review these things regularly and update them.

    Carol.

    QUESTION: Robert, after the American diplomats leave, will the local staff remain or will they – will they still be going into work and maybe protecting the property? And if not, will you be giving things like any remaining food and water that you have to them to take home, or can you tell me what --

    MR PALLADINO: I don’t have any additional information on that topic.

    (Inaudible.) Please, go ahead, Christina.

    QUESTION: Thanks. Can you give us – can you give us some guidance on when we might see the evacuation start? I’m hearing the end of the week. Does that sound about right? Is there an evacuation plan in the works? Can you give us, like, an update on where that is? Commercial? Are we going to send transports down?

    MR PALLADINO: We’re not going to get – the Secretary last night in his statement and tweet indicated this week, and we’re not going to get into details on when exactly or how exactly that will be transpiring.

    QUESTION: And just a follow-up, my colleagues asked a couple times but it wasn’t quite answered – Mr. Abrams didn’t quite answer the question when he was asked whether there had been some sort of new specific threat from the Maduro regime. He kept saying we don’t trust them to protect our diplomats, but can you say definitively, yes or no, if there had been some sort of new threat in the last couple hours that prompted this decision by the Secretary?

    MR PALLADINO: I have nothing beyond what Mr. Abrams said. I don’t.

    Please.

    QUESTION: Did you accept the premise of her first question, which was that this is an evacuation, or did you just not --

    MR PALLADINO: This is – no. This is – I did not. This is – we’re withdrawing U.S. personnel.

    QUESTION: Right, but do you consider it to be an evacuation?

    MR PALLADINO: No.

    QUESTION: Are you going in – is this Saigon ’75?

    MR PALLADINO: We’re withdrawing our personnel in an orderly fashion. The security of our people is paramount.

    Please. Said, please.

    QUESTION: Robert, thank you. Change topics. Okay.

    QUESTION: Could I just have one real quick question? Will the embassy be closed? Will that be the way to describe it? How would you describe --

    MR PALLADINO: I would not say it’s closed, no.

    QUESTION: How – when --

    MR PALLADINO: I would say – the legal status of the embassy – I would say we’re withdrawing from the embassy, but I believe closure is a matter of legality, and that’s not something that we have decided. So this is interim, I would say.

    QUESTION: One more on Venezuela?

    MR PALLADINO: Said, please go ahead.

    QUESTION: Yes, thank you. Changing topics, very quickly, Israel is set to deport the Human Rights Watch director for the West Bank because of a tweet, I guess. He’s a U.S. citizen. Are you aware of that? And what will you do to help him stay and conduct his job?

    MR PALLADINO: We are aware of those reports, and yes, the answer is --

    QUESTION: And what are you offering him? Aid? Help? Has he come – has he gone to the – not the consulate but the embassy?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m not aware of anything like that, Said.

    QUESTION: Okay. All right. Let me move on to another --

    QUESTION: Well, wait a second. Let’s stay.

    MR PALLADINO: Sure.

    QUESTION: Just are you talking to the Israelis about this? Would you – or is it – is it that you come to the defense of American citizens any – in all countries except Israel?

    MR PALLADINO: That is not true. The United States has no greater --

    QUESTION: Okay. Well --

    MR PALLADINO: Let me finish – has no greater responsibility, priority than the safety of American citizens, the welfare of our citizens overseas. In this particular case, I’m not going to talk about specifics. But I can say, as a matter of general principle, we value freedom of expression, even in cases where we do not agree with the political views espoused, and I’ll stop there.

    QUESTION: Thank you.

    QUESTION: But did he --

    QUESTION: Okay, let me just follow-up --

    MR PALLADINO: Go ahead.

    QUESTION: -- on another issue on the Palestinian-Israeli issue. The government signed agreement, the Israeli Government, to build 23,000 housing units in occupied East Jerusalem. And also, there’s been such an uptick in settlements and so on. I know that you stick to your policy, but has there been – I mean, past administrations would issue concern from time to time, say, “We’re concerned about the acceleration of settlement building,” and so on. What is your position on this latest thing, since we haven’t heard anything from this administration on settlements?

    MR PALLADINO: The President has made his position on settlements clear. This is something we’ve talked about before. The Israeli Government has also made clear that its intent is to adopt a policy regarding settlement activity that takes into account the President’s concerns, that takes those into consideration. And that’s something that we welcome.

    QUESTION: And do you think that they have – I mean since this President’s been in office for the past two years, that they took his concern into consideration?

    MR PALLADINO: We welcome the Israeli Government’s decision to take the President’s views into consideration, and I would just reiterate what the President has said repeatedly, that the administration is committed to pursuing a comprehensive peace between Israelis and Palestinians.

    QUESTION: Robert?

    MR PALLADINO: Laurie.

    QUESTION: (Off-mike.)

    QUESTION: The Western press yesterday ran headlines like, “Iran’s Rouhani in Iraq for His Third Visit to Offset U.S. Sanctions.” Is it still your position that Iraq has to abide by the Iran sanctions?

    MR PALLADINO: As far as sanctions go, as you know, a waiver was granted to Iraq to allow it to continue to pay for its electricity imports from Iran. And that has helped Iraq limit electricity shortages in the south since the re-imposition of sanctions that took place in November. And we’re going to continue to discuss Iran-related sanctions with our partners in Iraq to ensure continued compliance. And finally, any decisions related to those sanctions waivers, they’re at the discretion of the Secretary of State, and I would leave it there.

    QUESTION: Robert?

    QUESTION: And there are two issues in specific. One has to do with banking and reports that Iraq and Iran will establish a joint bank, which will allow Iran to circumvent sanctions. And the second has to do with a railroad from Iran to Basra, which would allow Iran to send military supplies to its proxies in Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria. Is that compatible with your understanding of sanctions?

    MR PALLADINO: Laurie, I don’t have any information on these proposals that you’re identifying today, so I’m going to refrain from talking on them.

    QUESTION: Robert --

    QUESTION: (Off-mike.)

    MR PALLADINO: Yep. Let’s go --

    QUESTION: Could you give us your reaction, the U.S. reaction, on President Bouteflika of Algeria not to seek a fifth term but to stay – to postpone the election and to stay in power, at least until the end of the year and probably after that?

    MR PALLADINO: We support efforts in Algeria to chart a new path forward based on dialogue that reflects the will of all Algerians and their aspirations for a peaceful and prosperous future.

    QUESTION: That’s all?

    MR PALLADINO: Well, we respect the rights of the Algerians to assemble and peacefully express their views, and we’re closely monitoring reports that Algeria’s elections have been postponed. We support the right of the Algerian people to vote in a free and fair election, as we do around the world.

    QUESTION: You think it’s a good thing that he’s not seeking a fifth term?

    MR PALLADINO: We support efforts in Algeria to chart a new path forward, and I’ll leave it at that.

    QUESTION: Robert?

    QUESTION: Robert?

    MR PALLADINO: Please. Afghanistan.

    QUESTION: Ambassador Khalilzad tweeted a short while ago that they’re – the – the two parties agreed in – in draft to some sort of proposal on the U.S. withdrawal as well as the Taliban providing safe haven in Afghanistan to terror groups. Can you share any more details on what that draft looks like, whether it’s – there’s a timetable now on U.S. withdrawal?

    MR PALLADINO: I did see those tweets. Special Representative Khalilzad and a team representing agencies across the United States Government concluded today talks with the Taliban delegation in Doha, and that’s what he was tweeting about. These have been the most substantive talks with the Taliban to date. We’ve received reports back from Special Representative Khalilzad that they’ve had meaningful progress. The Taliban have agreed that peace will require both sides to fully address four core issues, and they are: counterterrorism assurances, troop withdrawal, intra-Afghan dialogue, and a comprehensive ceasefire.

    In this round of talks, we were able to move to agreement in draft on the first two principles – counterterrorism assurances and troop withdrawal. And when that agreement, in draft, is finalized, the Taliban and an inclusive Afghan negotiating team that includes the Afghan Government and other Afghans will begin intra-Afghan negotiations of a political settlement and comprehensive ceasefire.

    And I’d also add that Special Representative Khalilzad will be returning to Washington. He’ll be consulting with Secretary Pompeo as well as the interagency and also partner countries in this process. Much work remains to be done. As Special Representative Khalilzad has said before, “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed.”

    QUESTION: So you can’t share any details then of what was agreed to in that draft?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m not going to be able to go into details on the results of the just concluded and ongoing talks.

    QUESTION: Robert?

    QUESTION: Robert?

    QUESTION: Second part of this though, as you said and as the ambassador tweeted, once this agreement in draft is finalized, then those intra-Afghan party talks will begin. Is that a commitment from the Taliban that they will engage, once this agreement is finalized, with the Afghan Government?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m not going to be able to go into more details on the agreement itself, because they’re private conversations, and we want to give the parties time to work things out and to work out these issues in private. But intra-Afghan dialogue that includes the Afghan Government as well as the Taliban and other Afghans encourages – is something that we’re very much focused on and remains part of what we’re pursuing.

    QUESTION: Can I ask you, on a separate topic, your statement at the beginning on Iran and the sentencing of a women’s rights activist: Why didn’t you issue a similar statement when Saudi Arabia arrested women rights activists there, including a State Department International Women of Courage Award winner, Samar Badawi?

    MR PALLADINO: We’ve – I mean, this particular case really was barbaric. Many others have spoken out on this as well. Thirty-eight – this is a – basically, a lawyer representing women clients that’s been sentenced to 38 years and 148 lashes. That kind of barbarism is something that must be called out.

    In regards to other countries, Secretary Pompeo – we’ve spoken about – we speak about human rights, frankly, when we engage – when we travel the world engaging partners, allies. We do this regularly. It’s something that we stand for. It’s something that we’ll continue to do.

    QUESTION: But why not do it from the podium in a similar fashion?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m not sure what specific case you’re referring to. We choose different ways to communicate our – to promote the value – human rights values. It’s something we’re going to continue to be outspoken about and we raise this regularly with all partners.

    Sure, Janne. Please, go ahead.

    QUESTION: Thank you very much, Robert. On South Korea, not North Korea this time.

    MR PALLADINO: Okay.

    QUESTION: Okay. The – reported by the South Korean Channel A News, the former unification minister of South Korea, Jeong Se-hyun, said that the United States National Security Advisor John Bolton is a very unlucky person. I think the insulting language about John Bolton is a (inaudible) about – against the American people. How do U.S. react diplomatically?

    MR PALLADINO: Yeah, I haven’t seen that report and I’m – I have no reaction. Okay.

    QUESTION: Because he blaming about Hanoi talks, so John Bolton made the decisions break down this U.S.-North Korea summit. Can you find that out?

    MR PALLADINO: I would just say that the lead negotiator for the United States of America is the President of the United States, and that’s the President’s decision.

    QUESTION: Robert --

    QUESTION: That’s President’s decision. Okay. Thank you.

    QUESTION: Can I ask about the Ethiopian Airlines crash? It’s my understanding that Ethiopia has a lot of control over the investigation, at least at this point. Is the State Department working with Ethiopian authorities to make sure U.S. investigators have access to black boxes?

    MR PALLADINO: In response to the Government of Ethiopia’s request, we have sent a team from the United States National Transportation Safety Board. That includes the Federal Aviation Administration personnel as well. And they’re assisting in the investigation to determine the cause of death. Officials from the United States are also coordinating with INTERPOL and Ethiopian authorities in support of efforts to identify the remains of victims. These are some of the steps that the United States Government is taking to assist, and we – again, we extend our deepest condolences to all those families and the friends of those that lost their lives on that tragic accident.

    QUESTION: On Syria, Robert --

    MR PALLADINO: Please, right there.

    QUESTION: Thank you. If we can move to North Korea. Given the UN panel of experts’ findings on North Korea and sanctions, is the administration concerned that North – that the sanctions regime is not being enforced?

    MR PALLADINO: We made progress in Hanoi at the summit, and although we did not reach an agreement with North Korea, we were able to exchange detailed positions and to narrow the gap on a number of issues. Also made clear the United States expects complete denuclearization before sanctions relief. So I’d say that in response to your question, the United States and the international community have a shared understanding of what final, fully verified denuclearization entails, as well as meaningful progress, what that will constitute, what that goal looks like. And we remain ready to move forward. And I’ll leave it at that.

    QUESTION: Can I just follow quickly? Does the administration believe that there should be more economic pressure applied on North Korea?

    MR PALLADINO: We remain ready to engage North Korea. We are looking – I’m sorry, what was your question again? Increased? So we – our policy’s been explained many times; the President explained that these sanctions are the world’s sanctions and that they will be maintained until denuclearization is achieved. And I’ll leave it at that for now.

    Let’s go – last question. Michel, please.

    QUESTION: Yeah. You tweeted on Syria and building a statue of Hafez Assad in Daraa. Can you make the statement on camera, please?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m sorry, can you say it one more time, Michel?

    QUESTION: On Syria. You tweeted on building a statue of Hafez Assad in Daraa. Do you remember?

    MR PALLADINO: When was this?

    QUESTION: Before noon today.

    MR PALLADINO: Before noon. Of course. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: If you can make the statement on camera, please.

    MR PALLADINO: (Laughter.) And what is your question? Help me establish --

    QUESTION: If you can make the statement on camera, please.

    MR PALLADINO: I need the tweet in front of me. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: Okay. I will retweet it. You can --

    MR PALLADINO: All right, I’ll do it afterwards. If you want me to read the tweet, I’d be happy to do that. All right. All right.

    QUESTION: Quick question on Israel?

    MR PALLADINO: Shri, go ahead. Oh, I’m sorry, not Shri. Shri, go ahead. There’s your hand there.

    QUESTION: I wanted to know if you have an update on the exemption from Iran sanctions for India on oil purchases. It’s been six months since they were granted, and I think the foreign secretary is – Gokhale is scheduled to discuss them with his U.S. counterparts.

    And a second question: Is the U.S. concerned that China might block the UNSC 1267 listing request for Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar? Because Beijing made some comments yesterday that would suggest that China was potentially going to put a hold on it or block it.

    MR PALLADINO: As you point out, Foreign Secretary Gokhale is in town for high-level meetings this week at the State Department. He met with Secretary Pompeo yesterday. He’s got meetings at the White House, Department of Defense, as well as on Capitol Hill on a range of diplomatic and security issues.

    Regarding Masood Azhar, the United States and India work closely together on counterterrorism efforts, and that includes at the United Nations. And our views on Jaish-e-Mohammed and its founder are well known. JEM is a United Nations-designated terrorist group. Azhar is the founder and the leader of JEM, and he meets the criteria for designation by the United Nations. JEM has been responsible for numerous terrorist attacks and is a threat to regional stability and peace.

    Now, the United Nations sanctions committee, their deliberations are confidential, and as such we don’t comment on specific matters, but we’ll continue to work with the sanctions committee to ensure that the designation list is updated and accurate.

    Regarding your specific question on China, I would say that the United States and China share a mutual interest in achieving regional stability and peace, and that a failure to designate Azhar would run counter to this goal.

    And with that, we’ll end.

    QUESTION: The National Security Advisor John Bolton welcomed the foreign – Pakistani Foreign Minister Qureshi. Do you have any readout of that?

    MR PALLADINO: The national security advisor works at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and I’d have to refer you to the White House for a readout on his call, but thanks. I don’t have a readout for you.

    (The briefing was concluded at 3:38 p.m.)


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          3/13/2019: World: Aging president abandons bid for fifth term      Cache   Translate Page      
Algeria’s octogenarian president halted his attempt to win a fifth term in office yesterday after weeks of protests and a collapse of support within his regime. An election due to take place on April 18 will be postponed, an interim government formed...
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"I particularly understand the message given by youth, in terms of anxiety and ambition for their own future and that of the country," said 82-year-old President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
          Algeria, l'ultima mossa di Bouteflika non convince la piazza: "Una vittoria parziale"      Cache   Translate Page      

La piazza non smobilita. La piazza non si fida. "Una vittoria parziale "," una vittoria persa ". La dichiarazione di Bouteflika secondo cui non sarebbe candidato alla rielezione e che le prossime elezioni presidenziali in Algeria il 18 aprile saranno rinviate ad una data ancora sconosciuta, ha suscitato sentimenti contrastanti. Una parte del movimento di protesta lo hanno salutato come una vittoria, ma altri hanno espresso il timore che il ritardo del voto possa essere un tentativo di Bouteflika e del sistema di potere che lo sorregge di prolungare la sua presidenza prolungando il suo mandato. La presidenza algerina ha affermato che verrà fissata una nuova data per l'elezione durante una convention nazionale. Fino ad allora, Bouteflika dovrebbe rimanere al potere ben oltre il 28 aprile, quando il suo mandato terminerà. Si prevede anche che una nuova costituzione sia presentata al pubblico per un referendum.

"Gli algerini sono scettici, stanno aspettando di digerire queste informazioni", afferma Meriem Amellal, nota giornalista franco-algerina di France 24. "Da un lato è una vittoria, perché c'era una risposta del governo, e la rinuncia a un quinto mandato era una delle richieste del movimento. Ma queste richieste si sono evolute e ora la gente chiede una revisione del sistema". Ma questa prospettiva sembra altamente improbabile. E la piazza reagisce. Non si placano le proteste iniziate il 22 febbraio scorso. Sotto accusa c'è il "messaggio alla Nazione" con il quale l'anziano presidente, al potere dal 1999, ha annunciato di rinunciare alla quinta candidatura presidenziale e di sospendere le elezioni. Una sorta di proroga sine die che non ha placato la protesta. Anzi, ha avuto l'effetto opposto. Secondo il portale di notizie Tsa è in corso una "importante marcia" a Bejaia e una manifestazione "festosa" a Constantina, con la partecipazione di tanti studenti e anche dell'artista Kamel Bouda. Testimoni citati dall'agenzia Dpa riferiscono di manifestazioni a Orano, Skikda e Bordj Bou. "No al mandato 4.75" recitano i cartelli dei manifestanti nel centro della capitale Algeri, intendendo che la proposta del presidente uscente punterebbe ad aprirgli la strada a un quinto mandato "parziale".

L'idea del presidente lascia molte domande aperte: non ha indicato nessuna data alternativa alle elezioni presidenziali e, promettendo un rimpasto di governo, fa sorgere il dubbio che non intenda lasciare l'autorevole carica. Dopo il suo annuncio a sorpresa, Bouteflika ha varato un nuovo gabinetto con il ministro dell'Interno Noureddine Bedoui che sostituisce Ahmed Ouyahia come nuovo primo ministro algerino. Nel frattempo, l'ex ministro degli Esteri Ramtane Lamamra è stato nominato nuovo vice primo ministro. "Una gigantesca manipolazione": così alcuni dei leader dell'opposizione hanno respinto il rimpasto del governo , giudicandolo come un modo per mantenere lo status quo. "Noureddine Bedoui fa parte del sistema da anni. È diventato amico intimo del fratello del presidente, Nacer Bouteflika, mentre era al governo tra il 2014 e il 2015 ", dice ad HuffPost Samir Yahiaoui, uno dei leader del movimento Ibtykar pro-democrazia. "La famiglia Bouteflika sta manovrando per l'ennesima volta. Ci dicono che è una rinuncia, ma è un prolungamento ... La famiglia del presidente vuole un altro anno per mettere al potere uno dei suoi ", ha aggiunto. agli occhi delle opposizioni e del popolo sceso in piazza nelle ultime settimane per protestare contro il presidente e l'esercito che lo ha sostenuto negli ultimi 20 anni, il passo indietro di Bouteflika è piuttosto un passo di lato. Perché le elezioni in programma nel 2019, come spiegato dallo stesso presidente, si terranno "nel prolungamento" di una Conferenza nazionale per la riforma politica e costituzionale, che dovrebbe terminare i lavori entro la fine dell'anno.

"Il nuovo presidente sarà liberamente eletto, la Conferenza stabilirà la data delle nuove elezioni e io non sarò candidato", ha affermato Bouteflika in un messaggio al Paese, sottolineando che il "progetto di Costituzione sarà sottoposto a referendum popolare". A convincere il rais a farsi da parte è stato lo stesso esercito. Parlando agli studenti delle scuole militari, il capo di Stato maggiore delle forze armate - e viceministro della Difesa - Ahmed Ghaid Salah ha detto di condividere "le stesse aspirazioni e valori del popolo per una visione comune del futuro" del Paese. Dopo un mese di manifestazioni, insomma, le decine di migliaia di algerini scese in piazza per chiedere un cambiamento possono esultare. Ma le opposizioni sono spaccate. Subito dopo l'annuncio di Bouteflika di rinunciare al quinto mandato e rinviare all'anno prossimo le elezioni presidenziali, il leader del partito islamico dell'Unione per la giustizia e la costruzione, Hassan Aribi, ha parlato di "una vittoria per la nazione". Meno entusiasta Djilali Djadid, presidente del partito Djilid: "È la prima vittoria del popolo". Ma non basta. Il popolo algerino, secondo Djadid, deve "occupare le strade e uscire il prossimo venerdì, al fine di raggiungere gli obiettivi del movimento popolare". Ovvero la destituzione di Bouteflika e del gruppo di potere che lo appoggia ormai dal 1999. La strada è ancora in salita. Difficilmente l'apparato al potere, definito dagli algerini "le Pouvoir", o le "Systeme", rinuncerà a mantenere le redini del Paese. I "gattopardi di Algeri" faranno in modo che tutto cambi affinché nulla cambi.

Ora tutti si attendono le contromosse del "Sistema". Questa ristretta cerchia, di cui l'esercito è parte imprescindibile, da dietro le quinte tiene le redini del Paese da almeno 20 anni, controllando la ricchissima industria degli idrocarburi. Al suo vertice vi sono ancora gli eroi – oggi ottuagenari - della guerra di liberazione contro la Francia (1945-1962) costata la vita a un milione di algerini. Bouteflika stesso ma anche il capo di stato maggiore delle forze armate, il generale Gaia Salah. Lui non ci ha pensato due volte. Davanti a queste manifestazioni di massa non aveva esitato ad agitare lo spettro della guerra al terrorismo. Uno spettro finora capace di paralizzare una popolazione non ancora guarita da un violentissimo trauma collettivo. Non questa volta. Negativo il giudizio del Raggruppamento della cultura e della democrazia (Rcd): "Bouteflika viola la Costituzione per un'altra volta, perché il mandato del presidente può essere esteso solo in un caso: lo stato di guerra", ha scritto il deputato Atmane Mazouz sulla sua pagina Facebook. Reazioni che non hanno intaccato l'ottimismo che filtra dalle parole dei nuovi membri dell'esecutivo fresco di rimpasto.

"Credo che insieme costruiremo il futuro", ha detto il neo vicepremier Ramtane Lamamra, anche lui nominato da Bouteflika. Parlando con Radio France Internationale, Lamamra ha promesso che le prossime elezioni saranno "assolutamente libere. È la prima vera svolta dall'indipendenza del 1962. Mettiamoci in testa a questa responsabilità storica". "Siamo pronti a far votare un'amnistia che consenta a Bouteflika di uscire dalla porta, ma non accetteremo compromessi al ribasso", ribadisce l'oppositore Rachid Nekkaz. Critiche anche dall'ex premier algerino e leader del partito Talaie El Hurriyet, Ali Benflis: "L'Algeria – denuncia Benflis - ha conosciuto e vive un'aggressione contro la Costituzione attraverso l'annuncio di una proroga del quarto mandato che è stato il mandato delle forze non costituzionali. Queste forze non costituzionali continueranno a dominare le decisioni politiche senza l'autorizzazione del popolo". Oggi, il principale quotidiano algerino, El Watan, ha pubblicato una prima pagina dal titolo "L'ultimo trucco di Bouteflika", interpretando la frustrazione provata da così tante persone nel Paese. Ali Dilem, uno dei vignettisti più famosi e corrosivi di Algeria, ha pubblicato un post bruciante su Twitter sulla situazione. Sotto il titolo "Bouteflika rinuncia a un quinto mandato quinquennale", un disegno dell'anziano e malato leader dice: "Invece, farò un quarto di dieci anni".

Tuttavia, sono state sollevate domande sulla costituzionalità dell'estensione del mandato presidenziale di Bouteflika."Secondo diversi avvocati algerini, questa mossa è illegale. Non possiamo emendare la costituzione senza una ragione ", rimarca Amellal. Molti algerini hanno risposto all'annuncio di Bouteflika chiedendo un quarto venerdì consecutivo di proteste questa settimana. "No, non puoi ingannare la gente. Ci vediamo il 15 marzo", si legge in un messaggio che circola sui social media da lunedì sera. "In Algeria – osserva Bernard Guetta su Internazionale- nessuno ha ancora vinto o perduto. Sottoposto a una pressione popolare contro cui non poteva granché, il governo ha fatto qualche concessione rinunciando alla farsa di un'elezione la cui falsità era sempre più insopportabile. Non si tratta di una piccola concessione e segna un cambiamento nei rapporti di forze favorevole alla piazza, ma nel frattempo è evidente che i dirigenti algerini non hanno alcuna intenzione di rinunciare alla loro rendita e cercano di guadagnare tempo. I manifestanti hanno segnato un punto a loro favore ma il potere arretra solo per consolidare meglio le proprie posizioni.

Non è la fine della partita, ma solo l'inizio. In ogni modo complimenti a questo popolo per essere riuscito a imporsi con la sua maturità politica e complimenti agli uomini al potere per aver scelto di prendere tempo anziché sparare". "Sono ottimista, si intravedono all'orizzonte le premesse per una nuova era costruttiva che porti soluzioni ai nostri problemi" ha dichiarato stamattina alle tv locali l'ex ministro degli Esteri e inviato dell'Onu Lakhdar Brahimi, ricevuto ieri sera dal presidente Bouteflika e, secondo indiscrezioni, proposto "per la guida della commissione che dovrà preparare una conferenza nazionale". Ma l'ottimismo è atteso dalla verifica dei fatti. La "primavera algerina" non è sfiorita.


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Thousands demand quick change in Algeria after Bouteflika concessions (Lamine Chikhi, 3/12/19, Reuters) 

Veteran Algerian diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi and protest groups will join a conference planning Algeria's future, government and political sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

Brahimi, a former Algerian foreign minister and U.N. special envoy, is expected to chair the conference that will oversee the transition, draft a new constitution and set the date for elections, a government source said.

Crowds who came back onto the streets on Tuesday demanded quicker action.

"The whole system must disappear immediately. Our battle will continue," 25-year-old student Noureddine Habi said in central Algiers as others chanted: "We want this system to go".

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Algerian presidentti Abdelaziz Bouteflika ei lähde tavoittelemaan viidettä kautta – kansa vastusti ehdolle asettumista mielenosoituksin.
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Algeria’s octogenarian president halted his attempt to win a fifth term in office yesterday after weeks of protests and a collapse of support within his regime. An election due to take place on April 18 will be postponed, an interim government formed...
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Thousands demonstrated in Algeria yesterday, demanding immediate political changes a day after ailing President Abdul Aziz Bouteflika abandoned his bid for a fifth term in power but stopped short of stepping down. Huge crowds gathered in several...
          How Bouteflika Lost Algeria's Business Class      Cache   Translate Page      
How Bouteflika Lost Algeria's Business ClassAlgeria's recent protests have highlighted existing divisions within the business class that are only likely to widen further. | عربي
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          Algeria’s Bouteflika will not seek fifth term, delays elections – Aljazeera.com      Cache   Translate Page      
Algeria‘s President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has said he will not seek a fifth term as he announced the delay of the...
          3/13/2019: The Views: Timing was right for Bouteflika to step aside      Cache   Translate Page      
When it comes to writing the political obituary of Algerian President Abdul Aziz Bouteflika, it will be noted that his long and proud career ended of his choosing — that he stepped aside and called it a day on a remarkable rise that saw him champion...
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Earlier, Algerian leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced postponement of upcoming presidential elections and refused to run for another term in the wake of massive national protests
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Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika said that the date for the next presidential elections will be determined after a national conference
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          Macron e Mélenchon: quel vizietto dei francesi di scrivere lettere agli europei      Cache   Translate Page      
algeria, macronNon è passata nemmeno una settimana da quando il presidente francese ha affidato ai maggiori quotidiani continentali la sua missiva proeuropeista (alquanto scialba o incolore in verità), ed ecco che Jean-Luc Mélenchon gli risponde con una sua controlettera

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1-Brexit, questa sera il voto della verità. In un ultimo tentativo Theresa May ha portato a casa le rassicurazioni dell’unione europea. ( Emanuele Valenti) ..2-Iran: l’avvocata NASRIN SOTOUDEH condannata a 33 anni di carcere e e 148 frustate. Amnesty International l’ ha definito una “vergognosa ingiustizia”. ( Riccardo Noury) ..3-Algeria. Gli studenti guidano la protesta contro l’ultima proposta di buteflika. Il punto di esteri ..4-La vita in Venezuela sotto il blackout. Il racconto da caracas ..( Stefano Pozzebon) ..5-Un gasdotto fin dentro new york city. Scatena le polemiche il progetto della società energetica Williams. ( Roberto Festa) ..6-Terre agricole. da un patto agricolo a un patto alimentare in Europa: ( Marta Gatti)
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Algeria’s octogenarian president halted his attempt to win a fifth term in office yesterday after weeks of protests and a collapse of support within his regime. An election due to take place on April 18 will be postponed, an interim government formed...
          Veteran diplomat set to guide Algeria's transition after protests      Cache   Translate Page      
CAIRO: Lakhdar Brahimi, the veteran diplomat who is expected to steer Algeria's political transition after mass protests, has won respect from foreign leaders and his country's political elite during his long career. But his appointment may not go down well with protesters demanding rapid change ...
          3月12日(火)のつぶやき その4      Cache   Translate Page      

御仕着せの取材で書いた記事は権力者のプロパガンダにすぎない plaza.rakuten.co.jp/condor33/diary… #r_blog

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:29

米軍が中東占領を続ける中、ロシア、シリア、イラン、イラク、トルコが関係強化 plaza.rakuten.co.jp/condor33/diary… #r_blog

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:34

「アルカイダとは比べものにならない凶暴なテロリストISIS」! そのISISがユーフラテス東岸で、最後には米軍とSDFに大人しく降伏。抵抗もせず、命令に従い、安全に米軍基地や難民キャンプに移動していく。どう考えてもおかしいだろ! twitter.com/EnglishFars/st…

— mko (@trappedsoldier) 2019年3月11日 - 19:27

米軍とSDFは、数千人のISISがユーフラテス東岸から脱出するのを助けている! シリアがテロリストに勝利しているので、米国はインチキ「対ISIS戦争」を見た目、終わらせるしかないが、大事な大事な傭兵ISISをせっせと救出している!… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

— mko (@trappedsoldier) 2019年3月11日 - 19:24

ラッカで、機密をもつISIS司令官を、米軍へりが救出している! twitter.com/EnglishFars/st…

— mko (@trappedsoldier) 2019年3月11日 - 19:22

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— Filomena Rocha, President European Commission (@Filomen03258997) 2019年2月27日 - 01:55

これは笑うしかない! ベネズエラの停電をもたらしたのは、サイバー攻撃でも破壊活動でもなく草刈りをサボったから! ギャグか! twitter.com/nodako/status/…

— mko (@trappedsoldier) 2019年3月11日 - 18:55

震災報道といえばAERAのこれ。同時期のポストと並べるとより一層。 pic.twitter.com/p9auF7WkG9

— 不破雷蔵 (@Fuwarin) 2019年3月11日 - 06:34

菅直人さんが「犠牲者の冥福を祈ります」というツイートをしていたので、アベは何と言っているのだろうと見たら、3月9日の官邸プロモーション以外何もなかった。。。ダブル・ポンコツ twitter.com/today_gochisou…

— mko (@trappedsoldier) 2019年3月11日 - 18:40

【菅官房長官、開式の辞で言い間違い】

菅義偉官房長官は、東日本大震災8周年追悼式で自身が担当した開式の辞について、「追悼式と言うべきところを『きねん』式典と申し上げてしまった。訂正しておわび申し上げる」と陳謝しました。

記事は… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

— 時事ドットコム(時事通信ニュース) (@jijicom) 2019年3月11日 - 17:09

東電福島原発人災事故! twitter.com/wanpakutenshi/…

— mko (@trappedsoldier) 2019年3月11日 - 17:49

ちょうど8年前の2011年3月11日に起きたこと、もう一度振り返ろう tokaiama.blog69.fc2.com/blog-entry-675…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:42

福島米食べて応援あの世行(事故8年目) mekenekotama.blog38.fc2.com/blog-entry-283…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:46

神社本庁と日本会議と「大本教」系神道宗教、その共通の宗教的ルーツは、岡本天明が自動書記で記した預言書「日月神示」 ~自らを「国之常立神」と偽って、この神示を降ろした霊の正体 shanti-phula.net/ja/social/blog…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:48

「神父の8割はゲイ」で、カトリック教会に渦巻く小児性愛を含む性的虐待疑惑! shanti-phula.net/ja/social/blog…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:48

19/3/4 フルフォード情報英語版:世界的指導者なぞと称する6千人のバチカン賄賂口座が閉鎖 shanti-phula.net/ja/social/blog…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:49

[Twitter]インドの辺境に住むチビッコ達のチャンバラが凄すぎる。 shanti-phula.net/ja/social/blog…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:49

【大問題】安倍政権、ゲノム編集食品の流通容認へ…安全審査も表示義務も不要、安全への懸念相次ぐ blog.goo.ne.jp/1shig/e/5afc1b… @56shigさんから

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:50

加工肉は「確実な発がん物質」の衝撃。医師が「加工肉税」を提唱 blog.goo.ne.jp/1shig/e/b61723… @56shigさんから

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:52

市販の総合感冒薬の恐ろしい話…副作用で死亡例も:外箱と添付文書は絶対捨てたらNG blog.goo.ne.jp/1shig/e/1177ad… @56shigさんから

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:53

なぜ政府は全国民にマイナンバーカードを持たせたいのか?2021年、健康保険証と一体化へ blog.goo.ne.jp/1shig/e/c2a86d… @56shigさんから

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:54

2019年03月12日
この報道でJNN/TBS はいくらもらったんだろう
inventsolitude.sblo.jp/article/185692…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:55

2019年03月12日
Report: US Intel May Be Behind Attack on North Korean Embassy in Spain
inventsolitude.sblo.jp/article/185696…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:57

2019年03月12日
Paper Reveals US, France's Role in Unrests in Algeria
inventsolitude.sblo.jp/article/185696…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:57

2019年03月12日
昔からこんな事件ありましたか 最近のニュースがすごい
inventsolitude.sblo.jp/article/185689…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:58

2019年03月11日
今日の放射能 健康被害が広がっている!
inventsolitude.sblo.jp/article/460823…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 07:59

2019年03月11日
今 千葉が不気味
inventsolitude.sblo.jp/article/185694…

— 新保吉章 (@pat052) 2019年3月12日 - 08:00

ハノイ米朝会談直後、「北朝鮮がロケット発射準備」というニュース。しかし、紹介された衛星写真2枚は、見出しとは裏腹に、昨年7月と変わらない光景。工場跡地に停車する白いトラックと、石炭を運ぶ貨車。写真を提供したのは、米国防総省と契約を… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

— mko (@trappedsoldier) 2019年3月11日 - 15:52

「ボルトンが会談を破壊した」―北朝鮮外相リー・ヨンホ。ボルトンは今後、交渉を進めるための相互信頼をも破壊した? トランプは選挙公約を捨て、「大量破壊兵器」デマで北朝鮮に永遠の圧力を加える道を選んだ? 合意失敗の責任を、北朝鮮に転嫁… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

— mko (@trappedsoldier) 2019年3月11日 - 16:03

占領地・日本! 国民に気づかせないようメディアが頑張っている? twitter.com/miyomi34/statu…

— mko (@trappedsoldier) 2019年3月11日 - 16:14
          Algerian presidentti Bouteflika antoi periksi ja vetäytyi vaaleista      Cache   Translate Page      
Algerian presidentti Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 82, vetäytyy presidentinvaaleista. Tämän vuoksi vaaleja siirretään, kertoo maan APS-uutistoimisto. Vaalit oli määrä pitää viikon päästä.Presidentin mukaan vaalit pidetään sen jälkeen, kun maassa on järjestetty kansallinen konferenssi poliittisista ja perustuslaillisista...
          Assessment of the diffuse component of the global horizontal solar radiation for different solar altitude ranges. Case study: Oran (Algeria)      Cache   Translate Page      
The design of a solar energy system in a region where the solar potential is restricted to the measurement of the global horizontal solar radiation and the diffuse component is not supported requires using models for this estimation with radiometric parameters such as sunshine duration, clearness index, temperature, and relative humidity. The present study deals with a qualitative and quantitative study that was established on the diffuse component of horizontal global radiation, which has been applied for the Oran site, a coastal region located in northwestern Algeria. The results obtained from this analysis permitted to find mathematical correlations between the diffuse and the clearness index for different levels of solar altitude and for different seasons. A comparative study was carried out; first, to see the impact of the season on the accuracy of the models established by using statistical indicators namely mean bias error, root-mean-squared error, and the t-stat. Secondly, another comparative study was carried out using other works previously published in the scientific literature. The introduction of the solar altitude as a predictor for establishing correlations of the diffuse component has significantly reduced the standard error compared to other models, which considered the clearness index as the only independent variable.
          Under Pressure, Algeria's Leader Won't Seek 5th Term — But Delays Upcoming Election      Cache   Translate Page      
Bowing to weeks of protests, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has reversed his decision to run for a fifth term and says he will not seek re-election. But the 82-year-old leader stopped short of stepping down and has delayed elections set for next month. "I particularly understand the message given by youth, in terms of anxiety and ambition for their own future and that of the country," Bouteflika said in a message published by the Algeria Press Service . Bouteflika announced his decision a day after returning home from Switzerland , where he had been receiving medical care since late February. While he was away, widespread demonstrations railed against another term for Bouteflika. Bouteflika officially filed election papers earlier this month. At the time, he said that if he won, he would call for new elections within one year. But that didn't satisfy those rallying against him. "The protests that changed his mind have shattered years of political inertia and unsettled Algeria
          CP of Greece, We denounce the imperialist intervention in Venezuela. Solidarity with the Venezuelan People!      Cache   Translate Page      

We, Communist and Workers Party of the world, decisively denounce the imperialist plans, the undermining tactics and the menaces unleashed by the USA, the EU and their allied governments in Latin America, aiming at overthrowing the legally elected President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro; at subjugating the people of the country into their imperialist interests; and at looting the country’s wealth-producing resources.
After the failed provocation prepared by the USA using the imperialists’ puppet Guaidó on February 23rd in the Colombian borders, under the pretext of “humanitarian aid”, new scenarios are promoted for a coup or even an imperialist military attack, while simultaneously they continue the effort to organize more provocations that will give a pretext for the escalation of the intervention.
We strongly condemn every coup and imperialist military attack scenario of the USA and of their allies!
We decisively state that they will find against them not only the people of Venezuela but also the Communist and Workers Parties, the working class’ and people’s movement all around the world!
We vehemently condemn the statements of John Bolton, National Security Advisor of the USA, according to which the government of the USA follows the Monroe Doctrine that considers the whole of Latin America as their exclusive zone of interest.
Latin America belongs to its peoples!
Loyal to the principles of Proletarian Internationalism we express our solidarity with the people of Venezuela; only the people of Venezuela have the capacity to decide on the internal affairs of its country. We express our solidarity with the Communist Party of Venezuela, the Communist Youth of Venezuela and other Venezuelan anti-imperialist forces that struggle under difficult conditions to defend the people’s interests.
Down with Imperialism!
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          3/13/2019: World: No fifth bid      Cache   Translate Page      
Algeria’s President of two decades has abandoned his bid for a fifth term following unprecedented protests over his fitness for office, but his simultaneous postponement of an election set for next month had critics worried he intends to hold on to...
          ‘Algeria is a Republic’      Cache   Translate Page      
The Algerian state is in crisis. The popular refusal to accept a fifth term for President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has immense constitutional implications...
          News24.com | Over 1 000 judges oppose President Bouteflika's re-election bid      Cache   Translate Page      
More than 1 000 judges have refused to oversee Algeria's April 18 election if President Abdelaziz Bouteflika takes part in it.
          3/13/2019: WORLD: Algeria hopes for Arab Spring resurgence as octogenarian leader vows to step aside      Cache   Translate Page      

CAIRO: Algeria’s ailing President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, won’t seek a fifth term in power, after bowing to popular pressure from widespread protests that have shaken the North African nation. Mr Bouteflika also postponed the presidential election...
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Bowing to weeks of protests, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has reversed his decision to run for a fifth term and says he will not seek re-election. But the 82-year-old leader stopped short of stepping down and has delayed elections set for next month. "I particularly understand the message given by youth, in terms of anxiety and ambition for their own future and that of the country," Bouteflika said in a message published by the Algeria Press Service . Bouteflika announced his decision a day after returning home from Switzerland , where he had been receiving medical care since late February. While he was away, widespread demonstrations railed against another term for Bouteflika. Bouteflika officially filed election papers earlier this month. At the time, he said that if he won, he would call for new elections within one year. But that didn't satisfy those rallying against him. "The protests that changed his mind have shattered years of political inertia and unsettled Algeria
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Tweets (Tulsi Gabbard). She is literally the only sane choice from either party.

"Bernie Sanders-Style Politics Are Defining 2020 Race, Unnerving Moderates" (Martin/Ember) (((('donors'))) and their employees are terrified, not that a progressive Democrat will lose, but that she or he might win):
"And about the Republican strategy, led by Mr. Trump himself, to pin the “socialism” label on the Democrats in 2020?

Senator Brian Schatz of Hawaii said it was mostly just his party’s elite “donor class” that had anything to fear from a sweeping, progressive agenda.

Well, them and the arbiters of conventional political wisdom, he added.

“What we’ve learned from last two presidential elections is that nobody knows anything,” Mr. Schatz said of the election of former President Barack Obama and Mr. Trump. “The people who write op-eds and stroke their chins and tell us how to win are the people who have been getting it wrong for almost two decades now.”"
"Power Failure and Blackout: An Update on the Situation in Venezuela" (Strether).  "Venezuela Denounces US Participation in Electric Sabotage".  Little Marco knew more about the details than he should have known, and also seemed able to predict that this would happen.  "The Psychosis of the Neocons: Senator Marco Rubio “Makes Fun” of the Suffering of the Venezuelan People" (Nimmo).

Speaking of Albright:  two devils: tweet (William Owen):
"500,000 dead Iraqi children and a coup in Venezuela "
"Another Failed Coup in Venezuela?" (Ciccariello-Maher) (Guido's a big bust, and is now more valuable to the CIA as the short end of a false flag):
"On Monday, Guaidó made a less-than-triumphant return to Venezuela and, despite his violation of a travel ban, the government has opted not to arrest him for now. If anything, Maduro will protect him at all costs: Amid threats on Guaidó’s life, the Lima Group has warned of dire consequences should anything happen to him. If Guaidó were to be killed, however, it would almost certainly be at the hands of a Venezuelan right-wing eager to provoke military intervention (the government has dismantled similar plots in the past)."
"Trudeau, Bolsonaro, et al: “Informed Consent” and the Political Contempt for Human Life" (Deutsch).  Bolsonaro, Guido, Trudeau, peas in a pod and the statesmen of our time.  "The hidden key to the SNC-Lavalin scandal" (Garossano).

"Macron Calls for “European Renaissance” in Controversial Alt-Right Pivot" (Durocher).  "Macron publishes platform for European elections calling for EU police state" (Lantier).  "Algeria: The Iceberg That Could Sink Emmanuel Macron" (McConnell). It is useful for people to see what a Khazarocracy looks like:  "Act 17: Police soak Yellow Vest demonstrators with water cannon, fire teargas (VIDEO)".  Tweet (Sarah Abdallah):
"Meet the unarmed protesters who have been mutilated by Putin’s thugs. Oh no wait... These are demonstrators disfigured by Macron’s police in France. Nothing to see here. "
"Rouhani and Imran Khan Discussion Action Against al Qaeda":
"Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has urged Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to take “decisive” action against the al-Qaeda* linked Jaish ul-Adl terrorist group which claimed responsibility for the deadly 13 February terror attack against IRGC forces on a highway in eastern Iran near the Pakistani border.

‘We are awaiting your decisive action against these terrorists,” Rouhani told Khan in a phone call on Saturday, as quoted by Press TV.

The Iranian leader added that Iran was “fully ready to cooperate with the Pakistani Army and government to eradicate these terrorists, whose presence is not in favour of us, you or the region.”

“We should not allow decades of friendship and fraternity between the two countries to be affected by the actions of small terrorist groups, the source of whose financing and arms is known to us both,” Rouhani stressed.

Tehran earlier accused Saudi Arabia, Israel and the United States of facilitating terrorist violence against Iran.

Khan reportedly responded that Pakistani forces had closed in on the terrorists’ hideouts, and that there would soon be “good news” for Iran.

“It is in Pakistan’s own interest not to allow our territory to be used by terrorist groups, and the Pakistani army is prepared to confront the terrorists more decisively with the information provided by Iran,” the Pakistani prime minister said, according to Iran’s Islamic Republic News Agency."
"Mueller's Manafort Scam: 4 Years In The Slammer For Helping Ukraine Against Russia!"(McCarthy).  It can't be repeated enough that there is wrongdoing, but it all involves Ukrainians, the people who have set up much of #Russiagate.  The short sentence reflects the fact that what Manafort did is standard, bipartisan, operating procedure in Washington, done by all these political camp followers peddling influence, and the only reason Manafort ended up in a courtroom was the need to find somebody to take the fall for #Russiagate, simply to prove that it exists in some form, so the Democrats could maintain their precious ((('donor'))) model of grifting.  He's a terrible fellow, and indubitably a crook, but also a victim.

"Trump and the Gordian Knot, Year Two" (Armstrong).  It remains unclear if Trump, what with all those circumcised dicks in his mouth, has completely given up on MAGA and decided to take a break from sanity to collect more shekels, or whether the most recent round of nonsensical behavior is just some kind of head fake before he returns to electioneering mode.  Despite everything, he still hasn't crossed any Rubicons.

Yank and Yang and dine:  tweets (Daniel Schulman). Trump consistently invites the local human trafficker/pimp to dine with him and his fancy pals, and the pimp sets up an office to sell seats at the same table.  This strikes as more of a real scandal than the entirety of #Russiagate.

"The Trump-Yang Voter Explained" (Wallace).  "Andrew Yang Rejects Support From White Nationalists" (Wallace).  There are two big elephants in the room - the Anthropocene, and the massive job losses which are going to occur very soon due to various forms of automation.  It is striking that both are completely ignored by most of the political classes, and Yang is the only one even mentioning the massive social effects of the job losses.

"Syria Preparing Its Missiles for the Next Battle with Israel" (Magnier).  It would be hilarious if Israel reached its inevitable ignoble end as a result of some desperation Bibi campaign stunt.

The English language has an expression 'if the shoe fits', and the Khazars, as part of their Jewish pseudoscience of psychoanalysis, have the concept of projection.  "Did pro-Israel lobby funding influence Democrats' responses to Ilhan Omar?" (Perkins).  "The Shameful Attack that Backfired" (Zogby).  Tweet (Roosh):
"PornHub employee appears on Reddit AMA criticizing their forced incest porn trend to say that it is "antisemitic rhetoric." Thing is, no one brought up the Jews. She quickly edited her comment. "
It is not uncommon for the guilty to misinterpret what they hear as an accusation that in fact has not been made.  Omar has in fact been extremely careful throughout in what she says, as devastating as it has turned out to be, because the Khazars and their beshekeled stooges consistently rushed to fill in the blanks.  It is interesting that the things that she didn't say, the words they put in her mouth to make a better story - largely as bait to the Americans who see a visible Muslim - the quintessential elements of 'anti-Semitism', are actually 100% true.  Note from the Mandel tweet that he actually admits everything, but claims it is just self-defense for the poor universal victims buying a little respite from the haters (and a series of wars which have ruined the lives of millions of people).

More 'emperor's new clothes' truth, and gleeful responses to finally hearing it:  "Ilhan Omar Blasts Obama For "Caging Of Kids" Along Border, 'Getting Away With Murder' Overseas" (Durden).

"Meghan McCain Ridiculed After Accusing Jewish Cartoonist Of Anti-Semitic Cartoon Of Her" (Scarce).

"More Power to You Miss Omar" (Margolis) (such a 'nice' people!):
"The prescient and courageous Pat Buchanan said it years ago: the US Congress was ‘Israeli occupied territory.’ His political career was ruined.

So was my mother’s career. She was one of the first American female journalists to cover the Mideast in the early 1950’s. After extensively reporting the unknown fact that there were nearly one million Palestinian refugees driven from the new state of Israel, she was silenced by advertisers pulling ads from the papers she wrote for and, finally, threats to throw acid in my face. Her career was ruined."
"If US sanctions Turkey, can India be far behind?" (Bhadrakumar) (but was it really Melania?):
"The Turks harbour the suspicion that the failed coup in July 2016, which was masterminded by the Turkish Islamist preacher Fetullah Gulen living in Pennsylvania in exile for the past two decades, had covert American support.

Last week, incidentally, US First Lady Melania Trump visited a pre-kindergarten class in Oklahoma, which Ankara believes is linked to supporters of Gulen. Turks believe that the White House was taunting Erdogan."
"“Canada’s Dershowitz”, Apologist for Israeli War Crimes, nominated for Peace Prize" (Engler). Cotler.  A total monster, a man so evil that most of us can't even comprehend it.  Blood pours from his fangs, so he is a perfect winner.

Although it is not, of course, in the (((media))), the fish-in-a-barrel murder tactics of the 'nice' people - I just can't get over how consistently 'nice' they are! - continues, week by week:  tweets (Billy):
"My former doctor, a wonderful human being from London, Ontario, Canada, was shot by Israeli security forces. He was there to treat casualties and conduct research on 3D printed tourniquets. He never approached the fence."
"Why is there so little media skepticism about Leaving Neverland and its allegations against Michael Jackson?" (Walsh).  Both alleged 'victims' have separately been completely debunked.  Oprah Winfrey is working overtime to sell this drivel, and she is essentially an employee of David Geffen, with this movie part of the massive Geffen-protection racket of distraction.  Geffen is infamous for being the big 'Hollywood' pedo ringleader, and the strategy - which includes the Atlantic take-down of Singer (also guilty as hell, but a relatively small fish) - has been very successful, with Geffen never mentioned except on the gossip sites.  The same (((people))) are still finding ways to make money off poor Michael.
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I can handle a little bit of kikesucking. But this is now officially out of control. It has become unreasonable."
"Has Trump Gone Full Neocon??" (Whitney).  Note how Bolton was supposed to be in Canberra but managed to muscle his way to Hanoi:  "Bolton’s Act of Sabotage" (Macilwain).

"Dual Loyalty as Racism" (Mykytyn).  One of these things is was not like the others:  "bigotry, discrimination, oppression, racism, and imputations of dual loyalty".  "Transgender Prof: Excluding Men From Women's Sports Is Like Excluding Black Women".  A lot of this is starting to sound like an reductio ad absurdum trick to undermine identity politics.

"Ilhan Omar: Obama’s a ‘pretty face’ who got ‘away with murder’" (Fredericks).  She's fearless, and has reached the point of just taunting them with a never-ending stream of truth bombs.

It was striking, and clarifying, how the Khazars went automatically to their bastion of bullying power, the Holocaust, in their dirty attacks on truth.  You'd think they might have just a smidgen of shame, but they don't:  "Oh, Here We Go Again, or, “The Holocaust”: Bringing White People to Heel Since 1967".  The idea that 'dual loyalty' charges are impossible now because the Nazis might have made similar charges in the 1930s is ridiculous, all the more so when such charges are so obviously true (much more so now with the existence of Israel).  (((Their))) loyalties, and the shameless way (((they))) flaunt them, are actually quite amusing:  "If he fails in his bid to serve as government chief, Farhi plans to return to Israel, he told Ynet News."

"Presstitutes Turn Blind Eye to UN Report on Venezuela" (Roberts).

Sabotaging the power grid in Venezuela is the kind of useless trouble making that you would expect from punks like Abrams and Bolton.

"Assad's Tehran Visit Signals Iran's Victory in Syria " (Cartalucci):
". . . the world is witnessing a 21st century rendition of the British Empire's withdrawal from around the globe, stubbornly being thrown out of one corner of its realm after the other until relegated as Washington's subordinate. For Washington, there is no other Western power for it to hand the torch of Western imperialism over to. Once it is evicted from around the globe, it will struggle to find a relevant or more constructive role to play in these regions ever again.

By virtue of Washington's shortsightedness and its inability to adapt to the world as it really is versus how Washington desires it to be - Washington has proven itself unfit to lead the "international order" it presumes dominion over.

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"Pentagon Gives Erdogan An Ultimatum: Don't Expect Our F-35s If You Buy Russian S-400s" (Durden).  So the threat is you can't have our pilot-killing joke of a plane leaving you free to buy far superior tech from the Russians?

"On Int’l Women’s Day, Thousands of Ultra-Orthodox Assault Women of the Wailing Wall".  It is always going to be amazing that Israel is one of the most profoundly hateful places on the planet but solely through Khazar control of the (((media))) manages to pinkwash itself into some kind of world beacon of intersectional love and understanding.

"Did secret nuclear talks with Donald Trump trigger the killing of Jamal Khashoggi? Security expert's claim gives a chilling explanation for Saudi activist's shocking slaughter" ('Owen Wilson').  These are the real impeachable offenses of Trump and his boss, President Jared.

"Saudi investment fund hires US PR firm to create distance from crown prince" (Pecquet).

"Cover-up in India’s 1984 Golden Temple Massacre? British Involvement Revealed" (Miller).  Might have to wait for Corbyn to get the information.

"Pence Urged Germany To Provoke Russian Navy " (Durden):
"Interestingly, Merkel's stance wasn't based on any principled desire to promoted peace or prevent needless provocations which could potentially spark regional war between Ukraine and Russia and western allies, but out of concern it essentially "wasn't enough"."
"Over 30 New York scholars and activists spied on by former Mossad agents".  The amount of effort put into this kind of thing is amazing, and has completely failed, even backfired.

"Chelsea Manning Jailed For Refusing To Testify About Wikileaks" (Durden). MI6 gloatingBackground.

"Zuckerberg Has 70+ Personal Guards, Spends $10 Million Each Year in Security While He Shills For Open Borders" (Pomidor Quixote).  "Government to Facebook Pipeline Reveals a Corrupt Mix of Social Media and the State" (Agorist).

(((They))) are going after Winstanley now:  tweet:
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          3/13/2019: Algeria: Thousands      Cache   Translate Page      

demonstrated for immediate political changes a day after President Abelaziz Bouteflika abandoned a bid for a fifth term:
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It's a quiet Tuesday and events in Toronto are made for just that as a new art book looks to explore the quiet side of the bustling city. If that's not your speed, you can eat your heart out at a ramen eating challenge or catch comedy, music and film.

Events you might want to check out:

Roseate Magazine Launch Party (March 12 @ Mahjong Bar)
The first edition of this new print publication is launching with stories told via art, image and prose that contrast the delicate and perceptual.
Tender (March 12 @ Adelaide Hall)
An unusual mix of electro pop and indie rock makes up London's TENDER who were recently featured in the Netflix hit To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
The Battle of Algiers (March 12 @ Ryerson School of Image Arts)
An examination of one of the most influential political films in history, this film recreates the tumultuous Algerian struggle for independence.
Mega Ramen Challenge (March 12 @ Kinton Ramen)
Eat your heart out at this mega ramen challenge with a mound of pork, noodles beansprouts, nori and more piled on and free for whoever wins.
The Venice Syndrome (March 12 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Part of a series that explores ways Toronto can learn form other cities around the world, this film explores how Venice is coping with tourism.
Tinder Tales (March 12 @ Gladstone Hotel)
It's March Break(up) season and comedians are gathering to talk about all those relationships that didn't make it to spring.
Choir! Choir! Choir! (March 12 @ Clinton's)
It's the St. Patrick's Day edition of C!C!C! and local choir singers are coming together to take on in the ethereal tune of Enya's "Orinoco Flow".
Devil Master (March 12 @ Coalition)
Holy frickin' shred: Philadelphia's Devil Master have arrived to raise all hell with some rad black metal punk, played alongside hardcore local talent.
Pay What You Can't (March 12 @ Comedy Bar)
Back again is this monthly showcase of local comedians chatting about stuff going on in the world today for whatever cover you feel it deserves.
Spirited Away (March 12-14 @ Cinesphere)
The imaginative and magical world of Hayao Miyazaki's classic arrives for three screenings, including the original with Japanese dialogue.

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Nonostante la Francia siano decenni che racconta la sua anima multirazziale, nonostante sia arrivata già al punto di avere star del cinema popolare che sono francesi di seconda generazione, lo stesso un film come Non Sposate Le Mie Figlie è stato un successo, dimostrando di aver scoperto un nervo, stimolandolo senza eccessi ma con la perfetta mescolanza di critica al politicamente corretto mentre lo afferma. Nel primo film il padre di 4 figlie scopre che tutte e 4 stanno per sposare 4 tipi diversi di immigrato di seconda generazione. Il film lo racconta come “giustamente” indignato salvo poi alla fine far convolare tutto verso la giusta tolleranza.

È ovviamente anche la dinamica di un sequel che non ha il medesimo impatto del primo nonostante cerchi di lavorare sui medesimi punti di forza (la storia del 90% dei sequel), specie il duetto tra Christian Clavier, padre poco tollerante, francese tradizionale, patriottico benestante e Pascal N’Zonzi, memorabile padre africano anche lui ben poco tollerante verso i bianchi.
Seguendo la consueta dinamica non eccessivamente anti-razzista che vuole che il bianco debba rivedere i suoi pregiudizi ma solo dopo che anche l’oggetto delle sue paure ha rivisto i suoi, questa volta il campione di mancata integrazione deve accogliere in casa sua un nuovo tipo di francese di nuova generazione: un migrante che non ha dove andare e viene assunto dalla moglie come giardiniere ma lui, segretamente, sospetta sia un attentatore.

Una trama a parte poi la hanno i mariti delle figlie, stereotipi nazionali ambulanti di Cina, Algeria, Israele e Costa D’Avorio, che vogliono integrarsi in Francia e si dimostrano a loro volta non proprio tolleranti.
Il punto di questo film è sostanzialmente di negare il problema. Il razzismo non c’è, è solo ignoranza, appena ci conosciamo ci vogliamo bene, e i bianchi sono razzisti tanto quanto gli altri in fondo. Inoltre più procede più questo sequel allarga il suo oggetto di interesse: non solo i nuovi francesi ma anche i diritti delle donne e poi gli omosessuali, tutto il mondo moderno che non è quello del protagonista (francese gollista tradizionalissimo, che tornato da un viaggio intorno al mondo per conoscere le famiglie dei mariti delle figlie si sfoga con formaggi e foie gras giganti). Il mondo dei poco tollerati, dei reietti, dei senza diritti è ritratto in fondo come uguale a quello dei francesi bianchi e benestanti, riducendo conflitti e culture specifiche. Dobbiamo andargli incontro, questo sì, dice il film, ma devono venirci incontro anche loro, devono essere francesi anche loro, devono essere come noi.

          Protests Resume After Algerian President Delays Upcoming Elections      Cache   Translate Page      
The president's decision that he wouldn't seek a fifth term brought joy to the streets. But students resumed protests after the ailing leader delayed elections, meaning he stays in power indefinitely.
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At 30, the web still nurtures freedom of thoughtFor the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, its inventor, Tim Berners-Lee, issued a letter of light against the dark. As if on cue, the people of Algeria showed this week how all things internet – from social media apps on phones to the web on desktops – surely are a force for good. For the past three weeks, hundreds of thousands of Algerians collaborated on Facebook and in other ways to hold protests that, on March 11, forced President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to announce he would be leaving office after 20 years in power.



          Protests Resume After Algerian President Delays Upcoming Elections      Cache   Translate Page      

The president's decision that he wouldn't seek a fifth term brought joy to the streets. But students resumed protests after the ailing leader delayed elections, meaning he stays in power indefinitely.


          Protests Resume After Algerian President Delays Upcoming Elections      Cache   Translate Page      
The president's decision that he wouldn't seek a fifth term brought joy to the streets. But students resumed protests after the ailing leader delayed elections, meaning he stays in power indefinitely.
          Debate: Bouteflika withdraws candidacy      Cache   Translate Page      
After weeks of mass protests Algeria's President Bouteflika has announced that he won't run for re-election, postponed the elections and said that the constitution will be revised. Does this mean the changes the demonstrators want are now imminent?
          One step forward, two steps back? | Le Quotidien d'Oran - Algeria      Cache   Translate Page      
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          The Interpreter: Algeria Tests Path Toward Democracy in an Era of Authoritarianism      Cache   Translate Page      
Flickers of progress highlight how much the world has changed in recent years, and how uncertain democracy’s global future remains.
          Protests Resume After Algerian President Delays Upcoming Elections      Cache   Translate Page      
The president's decision that he wouldn't seek a fifth term brought joy to the streets. But students resumed protests after the ailing leader delayed elections, meaning he stays in power indefinitely.
          Algerian protesters win historic victory — but massive challenges remain      Cache   Translate Page      
Algeria's longtime president has conceded to popular demands to abandon his re-election bid after three weeks of massive protests. But a giant question mark now hangs over what happens next.
          Protests Resume After Algerian President Delays Upcoming Elections      Cache   Translate Page      
The president's decision that he wouldn't seek a fifth term brought joy to the streets. But students resumed protests after the ailing leader delayed elections, meaning he stays in power indefinitely.
          Algeria: Opposition meets, teachers protest, tension simmers      Cache   Translate Page      
Algerian teachers are demonstrating against their longtime president as political uncertainty grips this gas-rich North African country.
          3/13/2019: ALGERIANS DIVIDED AS BOUTEFLIKA PULLS OUT OF ELECTION      Cache   Translate Page      
Algerians reacted with a mixture of relief and anger at the news President Abdelaziz Bouteflika would not seek re-election but would remain in charge while a revised constitution is drafted. Within minutes of the announcement late on Monday, the...
          The Arab World’s next killing field?      Cache   Translate Page      
Thousands of Algerians poured into the streets Tuesday, and Americans should watch carefully as Arab Spring 2.0 threatens to wreak havoc on North Africa and beyond. The uprising first erupted three weeks ago, after President ­Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced his intention to run for re-election on April 18. The 82-year-old has been in power for 20...
          Protest continues in Algeria despite president abandoning presidential bid      Cache   Translate Page      

Thousands protested across Algeria on Tuesday, demanding immediate political changes a day after ailing President Abelaziz Bouteflika abandoned his bid for a fifth term in power but stopped short of stepping down. Huge crowds gathered in several cities and Ennahar TV reported workers began a strike that paralysed operations at the Mediterranean port at Bejaia. […]

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  SCOTT MCCONNELL theamericanconservative.com Dopo essere sopravvissuto a diversi tentativi di assassinio da parte dei partigiani francesi di Algérie Française, Charles de Gaulle, nel marzo 1962, aveva firmato un accordo di pace che metteva fine alla sovranità francese sull’Algeria. La guerra per l’indipendenza algerina era stata lunga e cruenta, segnata dal terrorismo e dalla tortura. …

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          Algeria: Opposition meets, teachers protest, tension simmers      Cache   Translate Page      

ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algerian teachers are demonstrating against their longtime president as political uncertainty grips this gas-rich North African country. Teachers gathered Wednesday outside the central post office in the capital, Algiers, to protest President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s decision to delay next month’s election. Algerian media reported teachers’ protests in other cities too. Opposition parties […]
          Under Pressure, Algeria's Leader Won't Seek 5th Term — But Delays Upcoming Election      Cache   Translate Page      
Bowing to weeks of protests, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has reversed his decision to run for a fifth term and says he will not seek re-election. But the 82-year-old leader stopped short of stepping down and has delayed elections set for next month. "I particularly understand the message given by youth, in terms of anxiety and ambition for their own future and that of the country," Bouteflika said in a message published by the Algeria Press Service . Bouteflika announced his decision a day after returning home from Switzerland , where he had been receiving medical care since late February. While he was away, widespread demonstrations railed against another term for Bouteflika. Bouteflika officially filed election papers earlier this month. At the time, he said that if he won, he would call for new elections within one year. But that didn't satisfy those rallying against him. "The protests that changed his mind have shattered years of political inertia and unsettled Algeria
          Protesters demand quick political change in Algeria      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Malawi floods affect hundreds of thousands of people      Cache   Translate Page      
Devastating floods hit southern Malawi. The situation in Mozambique is also dire as the country braces itself for cyclone Idai. And repercussions of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on Sunday continue to be felt around the world. Plus protests continue in Algeria following the news that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will not be standing for a fifth term.
          Under Pressure, Algeria's Leader Won't Seek Fifth Term — But Delays Upcoming Election      Cache   Translate Page      
Bowing to weeks of protests, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has reversed his decision to run for a fifth term and says he will not seek re-election. But the 82-year-old leader stopped short of stepping down and has delayed elections set for next month. "I particularly understand the message given by youth, in terms of anxiety and ambition for their own future and that of the country," Bouteflika said in a message published by the Algeria Press Service . Bouteflika announced his decision a day after returning home from Switzerland , where he had been receiving medical care since late February. While he was away, widespread demonstrations railed against another term for Bouteflika. Bouteflika officially filed election papers earlier this month. At the time, he said that if he won, he would call for new elections within one year. But that didn't satisfy those rallying against him. "The protests that changed his mind have shattered years of political inertia and unsettled Algeria
          Why are Algerians still protesting after Bouteflika announcement?      Cache   Translate Page      
Demonstrations have continued despite Abdelaziz Bouteflika saying he would not stand for a fifth term.
          Algeria’s bold opposition deserves wider support      Cache   Translate Page      
Lack of economic development has stirred anti-government protests
          Critics blast Algeria's Bouteflika for clinging on to power by postponing elections      Cache   Translate Page      
Thousands of Algerians welcomed President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's announcement that he would not seek office for a fifth term by rushing to the streets on Monday evening to celebrate. But the cheering, flag-waving and sounding of klaxons had calmed down on Tuesday morning as wariness set in. The Algerian leader, at the helm of the country since 1999, also announced on Monday that the April elections would be postponed and that a new constitution would be put to a referendum - but there has been no word as to when either would be held. This shows that "he gives in on the presidential but not on power," independent newspaper El Watan wrote in an editorial titled "Bouteflika's last trick". TSA Algerie , another newspaper, warned that "Bouteflika will remain president of the republic until a time that suits him, and the system." "Algerians must be vigilant to not have their beautiful and joyful revolution confiscated," it added. Fatiha Benabou, a constitutional law expert at the University of Algiers, highlighted to AFP news agency that Bouteflika's address to the country did not refer to any legislation allowing for the presidential ballot to be delayed. "There is no legal basis for postponing the elections," she said, adding that "in the event of a political crisis, the Algerian constitution is partially ineffective." Ali Benflis who worked as Bouteflika's prime minister from 2000 to 2003 before creating his own party, Talaie El-Hurriyet, and establishing himself as one of the leading opposition figures, said in a Facebook post: "The extension of the fourth term is an act of aggression against the constitution by non-constitutional forces (hinting at the shadow advisers surrounding the president, first and foremost his brother Said)."
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  1. Algeria Tests Path Toward Democracy in an Era of Authoritarianism  The New York Times
  2. Is this a turning point for Algeria? | Middle East  Aljazeera.com
  3. Algerian protesters win historic victory — but massive challenges remain  CNBC
  4. Protesters’ Message to Algeria’s President: You Can’t Fool Us  The New York Times
  5. The Arab World’s next killing field?  New York Post
  6. View full coverage on Google News

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The Prague Municipal Court has sentenced three Algerian men for the gang rape of an Irish tourist and other crimes and banned them from entering the country for varying periods. The judgment is final, subject only to an appeal to the Czech Supreme Court. The victim met one of her attackers, Tajíb Banjittú,…
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Bouteflika, the authoritarian president of Algeria, said he will not run for another term.


          Expert says Algerian political elite will fight for power      Cache   Translate Page      
The fight for power will involve members of the country’s political elite, including businessmen, politicians and the military, the expert noted
          Algeria: Opposition meets, teachers protest, tension simmers      Cache   Translate Page      
ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algerian teachers are demonstrating against their longtime president as political uncertainty grips this gas-rich North African country. Teachers gathered Wednesday outside the central post office in the capital, Algiers, to protest President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s decision to delay next month’s election. Algerian media reported teachers’ protests in other cities too. Opposition parties [&hellip
          Algeria’s government ready for dialogue with opposition -Deputy PM      Cache   Translate Page      
Algeria's government is ready for dialogue with the opposition, its Deputy Prime Minister said on Wednesday, after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika reversed a decision to seek a fifth term in the face of mass protests.

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Algeria's army will preserve the country's security "in all circumstances and conditions", Deputy Defence Minister Ahmed Gaed Salah told Ennahar TV on Wednesday, amid continuing protests by Algerians demanding rapid political change.

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Demonstrations against Bouteflika’s extension to his fourth term, demanding immediate political solution

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          Election - Algeria: Opposition meets, teachers protest, tension simmers      Cache   Translate Page      
ALGIERS, Algeria - Algerian opposition leaders found rare common ground Wednesday and called for continued mass protests against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, accusing him of...
          3/13/2019: World: Aging president abandons bid for fifth term      Cache   Translate Page      
Algeria’s octogenarian president halted his attempt to win a fifth term in office yesterday after weeks of protests and a collapse of support within his regime. An election due to take place on April 18 will be postponed, an interim government formed...
          Future of Algeria's Political Crisis      Cache   Translate Page      
Future of Algeria's Political CrisisThe Algeria protests represent a unique sequence of events that the country has not witnessed since the 1990's.
          Algeria's government ready for dialogue with opposition - Deputy PM      Cache   Translate Page      
Algeria's government is ready for dialogue with the opposition, its Deputy Prime Minister said on Wednesday, after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika reversed a decision to seek a fifth term in the face of mass protests.

          Army says it will preserve Algeria's security in all circumstances      Cache   Translate Page      
Algeria's army will preserve the country's security "in all circumstances and conditions", Deputy Defence Minister Ahmed Gaed Salah told Ennahar TV on Wednesday, amid continuing protests by Algerians demanding rapid political change.

          Algeria army will preserve security in all circumstances - minister      Cache   Translate Page      
Algeria's army will preserve the north African country's security "in all circumstances and conditions", Deputy Defence Minister Ahmed Gaed Salah told Ennahar TV on Wednesday.

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          82-year old Algerian president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika drops bid for fifth term in office      Cache   Translate Page      

82-year old Algerian president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika drops bid for fifth term in office
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has postponed the April 18th presidential elections and said he will not seek a fifth term in office.

President Bouteflika's candidacy had provoked mass protests across Algeria over the past few weeks. He has led Algeria for 20 years but has been rarely seen in public since he suffered a stroke in 2013.

No new date for the election was set but a cabinet reshuffle will happen soon, a statement in Mr Bouteflika's name said.

Meanwhile, Algeria's Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia announced his resignation and was replaced by Interior Minister Noureddine Bedoui, who has been tasked with forming a new government, the official APS news agency reported.
          The Interpreter: Algeria Tests Path Toward Democracy in an Era of Authoritarianism      Cache   Translate Page      
When Algerians filled their country’s streets to demand political change, it looked at first like a familiar story of hopes for democracy bound to turn to despair. A few weeks earlier, in another corner of the Arabic-speaking world, Sudanese protesters had been met with violent crackdowns and tightening government control. It was typical of rising […]
          Laffa-leipä algerialaisella paprikasalaatilla ja grillatulla vuohenjuustolla      Cache   Translate Page      

Täytetyt laffa-ohutleivät ovat Lähi-Idässä suosittua katuruokaa ja ilman täytteitä aterian maukas lisukeleipä. Taskuttoman pitaleivän ja pizzapohjan väliin sijoittuva ohutleipä täytetään, rullataan ja laitetaan ääntä kohden tai revitään vain palasiksi ja syödään lisukkeena esimerkiksi hummuksen kera. Nappaa tästä helppo ohje itsetehtyjen laffa-leipien valmistamiseen. Lahmis, algerialainen paprikasalaatti […]

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          The working class enters into struggle in Algeria      Cache   Translate Page      
The eruption of mass workers protests against the Algerian regime vindicate the ICFI’s struggle against Pabloite tendencies that claimed this regime would build socialism.
          Next Bloodbath Could Erupt At Algeria      Cache   Translate Page      
Thousands of Algerians poured into the streets Tuesday, and Americans should watch carefully as Arab Spring 2.0 threatens to wreak havoc on North Africa and beyond. The uprising first erupted three weeks ago, after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced his intention to run for re-election on April 18. The 82-year-old has been in power for 20 years, but for a decade Algerians have hardly heard his voice or seen his picture. A coterie of nameless and unaccountable generals, businessmen, an...
          L’Italia deve farsi almeno due domande sull’Algeria      Cache   Translate Page      
Con l’attenzione calamitata da scadenze elettorali e problemi interni al nostro paese stiamo probabilmente dedicando troppo poca attenzione a quanto da qualche tempo sta avvenendo in Algeria. Una disattenzione resa ancora più grave dal fatto che, oltre ad essere uno dei nostri dirimpettai dell’altra sponda mediterranea (quindi almeno potenzialmente la chiave di una delle possibili […]
          MC Alger vs USM Alger, Mar 14, 2019 – Preview, Where to Watch, Score      Cache   Translate Page      
نادي مولودية الجزائر – إتحاد رياضي مدينة الجزائر (local team names) Algerian Ligue 1, MC Alger – USM Alger, Thursday, 12:00 pm ET Score, Highlights Probability of winning MC Alger 38.89% Draw 30.96% USM Alger 30.15% Short Preview One of the most interesting matches of the day’s play. In the match war can see two…
          #CSW63: Italy to Focus on Internet Gender Equality in MENA      Cache   Translate Page      
NEW YORK, MARCH 12 – The internet as a force in gender equality. This is exactly what Italy, Jordan, and UN Agencies hope to achieve throughout six countries in North Africa and the Middle East, generally referred to as the MENA Region. A recent study by UNIDO found that in Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, […]
          HOFU YAONDOLEWA SIMBA DHIDI YA WACONGO      Cache   Translate Page      

AKITUA kwenye Uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere (JNIA) jana, Kocha Mkuu wa Simba, Patrick Aussems ametamba kuwa kama wamewafunga Al Ahly na JS Saoura hapa nyumbani, basi AS Vita Club nao watakufa tu.

Simba jana ilirejea jijini Dar es Salaam ikitokea Algeria ilipokwenda kucheza na JS Saoura ya nchini humo katika mchezo wa hatua ya makundi ya Ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika ambapo Simba walifungwa mabao 2-0.

Jumamosi hii, Simba inatarajiwa kushuka kwenye Uwanja wa Taifa jijini Dar es Salaam kuvaana na AS Vita katika mchezo unaotarajiwa kujaa upinzani mkubwa. 

Akizungumza na Championi Jumatano, Aussems alisema kuwa tayari alishaanza maandalizi ya mchezo huo tangu akiwa Algeria na kikubwa anahitaji ushindi wowote ili kufanikisha malengo yao ya kwenda hatua ya robo fainali.

Aliongeza kuwa, anawafahamu vizuri AS Vita ambao alicheza nao katika mchezo wa awali uliochezwa Kinshasa nchini DR Congo, hivyo hana hofu baada ya kuyafanyia marekebisho baadhi ya makosa. “Mchezo wetu na Saoura ulikuwa mgumu kwa upande wetu kutokana ukubwa wa safari yenyewe ambao ulisababisha wachezaji kuchoka.

“Tayari nimewaambia wachezaji wangu kusahau matokeo ya mechi na Saoura na badala yake kuelekeza nguvu katika mchezo na Vita.

“Tunaamini mechi haitakuwa nyepesi kwetu, lakini kwa maandalizi niliyoyafanya na sapoti ya mashabiki ninaamini hatutapoteza mchezo huu,” alisema Aussems na kuongeza.

“Leo (jana) baada ya timu kurejea moja kwa moja tunaelekea kambini kwa ajili ya maandalizi ya mchezo huu.”

Kwa upande wa nahodha wa timu hiyo, John Bocco alisema katika mchezo dhidi ya JS Saoura, walipoteza kutokana na bahati haikuwa kwao, lakini nguvu na akili sasa wanazielekeza mechi na Vita kuhakikisha wanashinda, kikubwa wanaomba sapoti ya mashabiki wao
          Bouteflika May Have Stepped Aside, but the Generals Really Running Algeria Won’t      Cache   Translate Page      
Given Algeria’s shadowy political system, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s move to withdraw his candidacy for a fifth presidential term and postpone April’s elections was welcomed by protesters as only a good start. That the regime has dropped Bouteflika is not a sign of reform, but an attempt at survival.

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Algeria's government on Wednesday declared itself ready for talks with protesters seeking rapid political change, saying it sought a ruling system based on "the will of the people" after opposition groups rejected proposed reforms as inadequate.

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Groupement Isarene—a joint venture of Sonatrach, Petroceltic International PLC, and Enel Trade SPA—has let a contract to Petrofac Ltd. for engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services for the Ain Tsila gas field development ...

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Stop dealing with Algerian government listen to Algerian people
          PRIMA CONVOCAZIONE IN NAZIONALE PER MANNEH      Cache   Translate Page      

Un patrimonio per il Catania e non solo. Non sono sfuggite agli occhi del commissario tecnico della nazionale gambiana, Tom Sainfiet, le prestazioni di Kalifa Manneh, convocato per la sfida contro l‘Algeria di giorno ... leggi tutto

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          Visas scam whistleblower has Maltese citizenship revoked in 'disgusting manner'      Cache   Translate Page      

The man who blew the whistle on the Algerian visas scam has been stripped of his Maltese citizenship for reasons which are not provided for by law, Nationalist MP Jason Azzopardi told parliament on Tuesday. He said that Alex Fezouine, a Maltese-Algerian, was stripped of his Maltese citizenship on the pretext of the annulment of his marriage to a Maltese woman owing to vitiated consent 17 years ago. While the law rightly provided for citizenship to be revoked in the case of a marriage of convenience, this was not such a situation, Dr Azzopardi insisted. Citizenship could not be withdrawn for the reason that had been given.What had happened was unprecedented, but it was not a coincidence. What had happened was "disgusting, disgraceful and an act of vindictiveness", he said. He explained that an unprecedented case, the government wrote to Mr Fezouine on March 8 informing him that his citizenship was revoked. The man will have to leave behind a business he started and an 11-year-old child, the PN MP added. This, Dr Azzopardi said, was the first time ever that citizenship had been revoked because of vitiated consent for marriage and not because the marriage was out of convenience, as...
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By Lamine Chikhi and Hamid Ould Ahmed ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algeria's government on Wednesday declared itself ready for talks with protesters seeking rapid political change, saying it sought a ruling system based on "the will of the people" after opposition groups rejected proposed reforms as inadequate. President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Monday reversed a decision to seek a fifth term in the face of weeks of mass rallies by protesters fed up with authoritarian rule and decades of economic and political stagnation.

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OPEC daily basket oil price closes at $66.30 per barrel
Vienna, Austria — The price of OPEC basket of fourteen crudes stood at $66.30 a barrel on Tuesday, compared with $66.01 the previous day, according to OPEC Secretariat calculations. The OPEC Reference Basket of Crudes (ORB) is made up of the following: Saharan Blend (Algeria), Girassol (Angola), Djeno (Congo), Oriente (Ecuador), Zafiro (Equatorial Guinea), Rabi …
          Niger: Niger: Country Operation Update, February 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Algeria, Eritrea, Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan

KEY INDICATORS

2,491 Refugees evacuated temporarily from Libya to Niger as part of the ETM (Emergency Transit Mechanism) from November 2017 – February 2019

1,675 Persons profiled by UNHCR in Agadez seeking asylum

62,671 Persons internally displaced in the Tillaberi & Tahoua regions

Operational Context

The key situations include:

  1. The Mali situation: began in 2012 with the outbreak of conflict in northern Mali. The regions of Tillaberi and Tahoua bordering Mali and hosting most of the Malian refugees are increasingly affected by insecurity and terrorism. A State of Emergency was declared in 2017, and extended and further expanded to areas bordering Burkina Faso at the end of 2018. There are currently 55,496 Malian refugees in Niger. The Government of Niger and UNHCR seek to accelerate the socio-economic integration of these refugees and the closure of the camps through urbanization by the end of 2020. An EU Trust Fund supported regional project as well as a GIZ supported project are supporting these efforts at local integration and development in Tillaberi and Tahoua regions.

  2. The Nigeria situation: began in 2013, with the arrival of the first Nigerian refugees across the border fleeing Boko Haram. The situation deteriorated with the first attacks on Niger territory in 2015. There are almost 250,000 displaced persons in the region (including 118,868 refugees, 104,288 IDPs, and 25,731 returnees). The majority live in spontaneous sites or with the local population, while UNHCR manages one refugee camp, with 15,136 people. In 2018, despite a complex security context, all actors agreed on the need to engage strongly in development oriented interventions. The Government of Niger, UNHCR and the World Bank are working closely in that direction. Additionally, an EU Trust Fund supported project is ongoing in Diffa region, aimed at supporting economic recovery and long term solutions through urbanization and the construction of durable housing.

  3. Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs): The displaced population in the Diffa region is extremely mixed, including refugees, IDPs and returnees. However, since the beginning of 2018, the IDP situation in Niger has become more complex with increasing insecurity in the regions of Tillaberi and Tahoua, bordering Mali. In 2018, and into 2019, attacks and insecurity in the area have resulted in the internal displacement of at least 62,671 people. Protection monitoring, advocacy, capacity building and coordinated efforts with humanitarian actors are ongoing to ensure an adequate response to the situation. In December 2018, the Government of Niger adopted a national law for the assistance and protection of IDPs based on the Kampala Convention.

  4. Mixed Movements: Niger is a major crossroads of migratory movements northwards towards Libya, Algeria and the Mediterranean. These migratory flows constitute mixed movements, including economic migrants as well as persons in need of international protection. In Agadez, UNHCR works to identify asylum seekers within the migratory flows and works with the government, as well as IOM and NGOs to provide these persons with information and assistance. 1,675 persons, mostly Sudanese, are currently registered by UNHCR in Agadez. 25% are minors and 180 are unaccompanied or separated children. The majority are seeking asylum in Niger. The situation has become more complex, with the addition of downward movements from Libya and Algeria. A new Humanitarian Centre was built to accommodate and screen those seeking international protection in the second half of 2018. Over 1,200 asylum seekers are now accommodated at the centre, while the most vulnerable (around 200 people) are supported in 3 guesthouses in the city of Agadez.

  5. Emergency Transit Mechanism (ETM): This unique programme aims to provide life-saving protection, assistance and long-term solutions to extremely vulnerable refugees trapped in detention in Libya, through temporary evacuation to Niger. The aim is to deliver protection and identify durable solutions, including resettlement for these refugees, who are predominantly Eritrean and Somalian. Their profiles mainly include survivors of torture or other forms of violence in the country of origin and/or transit countries (e.g. Libya) and others with compelling protection needs. Many of them are unaccompanied children and women and girls at risk. To date, 2,491 persons have been evacuated to Niger – 1,271 of whom are still in Niamey while the others have already been resettled. With the support of the EU Trust Fund, a new transit centre is being built near Niamey to host the evacuees while they await resettlement to third countries. It is expected that the first group of evacuated refugees will be transferred there in March.


          Algeria leaders ready to discuss system based on 'will of the people'      Cache   Translate Page      

A demonstrator offers a flower to a police officer as teachers and students take part in a protest demanding immediate political change in Algiers, Algeria March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Zohra BensemraMore By Lamine Chikhi and Hamid Ould Ahmed ALGIERS (Reuters) – Algeria’s government on Wednesday declared itself ready for talks with protesters seeking rapid political change, […]

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          Algeria’s government ready for dialogue with opposition: Deputy PM      Cache   Translate Page      

People take part in a protest demanding immediate political change in Algiers, Algeria March 12, 2019. REUTERS/Ramzi BoudinaMore ALGIERS (Reuters) – Algeria’s government is ready for dialogue with the opposition, its Deputy Prime Minister said on Wednesday, after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika reversed a decision to seek a fifth term in the face of mass protests. […]

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Algeria's Bouteflika Pulls Out of Race for 5th Term, PM Named

TUESDAY MARCH 12 2019
   
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is seen while voting at a polling station in the capital Algiers during polls for local elections, November 23, 2017. PHOTO | RYAD KRAMDI | AFP

In Summary
Mr Bouteflika, in a message carried by national news agency APS, said the presidential poll would follow a national conference on political and constitutional reform to be carried out by the end of 2019.
Earlier on Monday, barristers across Algeria joined strike action against President Bouteflika's bid for the fifth term, a day after the ailing leader's return from hospital in Switzerland.
In addition, more than 1,000 judges had protested against the President, saying they would not oversee the poll with him as a candidate.

By AFP

Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced his withdrawal Monday from a bid to win another term in office and postponed an April 18 election, following weeks of protests against his candidacy.

Mr Bouteflika, in a message carried by national news agency APS, said the presidential poll would follow a national conference on political and constitutional reform to be carried out by the end of 2019.

The announcement was greeted with celebratory hooting of car horns in the streets of Algiers.

Mr Bouteflika vowed in his message "to hand over the duties and prerogatives of the president of the republic to the successor freely chosen by the Algerian people".

"There will not be a fifth term," the 82-year-old said, while implying that he would remain in office until his term expires on April 28.

"There will be no presidential election on April 18," the scheduled date of polling, Bouteflika said, adding that he was responding to "a pressing demand that you have been numerous in making to me".

APS also reported that Algeria's interior minister Noureddine Bedoui was named Prime Minister in a political shake-up as the President announced his decision.

Mr Bedoui replaces Ahmed Ouyahia as premier and has been tasked with forming a new government, according to the news agency.

The veteran leader, who has been in power since 1999 but whose rare public appearances since a stroke in 2013 have been in a wheelchair, returned Sunday from hospital in Switzerland.

Demonstrations against his bid for another fifth term in office have brought tens of thousands of protesters onto Algeria's streets.

LAWYERS' STRIKE

Earlier on Monday, barristers across Algeria joined strike action against President Bouteflika's bid for the fifth term, a day after the ailing leader's return from hospital in Switzerland.

The lawyers launched a 48-hour walkout to demand the Constitutional Council reject his re-election bid on the grounds of "incapacity" to carry out the role. The council has until Thursday to rule on candidates for Algeria's April 18 election.

Magistrates have also been called to strike, although Justice Minister Tayeb Louh has stressed they were duty-bound to remain neutral.

"The judiciary must keep its distance from political tensions," he said.

JUDGES

In addition, more than 1,000 judges had protested against the President, saying they would not oversee the poll with him as a candidate.

They issued a statement saying they would not go against the people's will.

"We announce our intention to abstain from... supervising the election process against the will of the people, which is the only source of power," the BBC said.

Separately, the military's chief of staff, Lt Gen Gaed Salah, said the military and the people had a united vision of the future, state TV reports.

Additional reporting by the BBC

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Government Officials, Doctors Among Ethiopian Crash Victims
The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa shattered families and communities

In this image taken from video, rescuers search through wreckage at the scene of an Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed shortly after takeoff at Hejere near Bishoftu, or Debre Zeit, some 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of Addis Ababa, in Ethiopia Sunday, March 10, 2019. The Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed shortly after takeoff from Ethiopia's capital on Sunday morning, killing all 157 on board, authorities said, as grieving families rushed to airports in Addis Ababa and the destination, Nairobi. (AP Photo/Yidnek Kirubel)

Associated Press
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia

Three Austrian physicians. The co-founder of an international aid organization. A career ambassador. The wife and children of a Slovak legislator. A Nigerian-born Canadian college professor, author and satirist. They were all among the 157 people from 35 countries who died Sunday morning when an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 jetliner crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa en route to Nairobi, Kenya. Here are some of their stories.

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Kenya: 32 victims

— Hussein Swaleh, the former secretary general of the Football Kenya Federation, was named as being among the dead by Sofapaka Football Club.

He was due to return home on the flight after working as the match commissioner in an African Champions League game in Egypt on Friday.

— Cedric Asiavugwa, a law student at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., was on his way to Nairobi after the death of his fiancee's mother, the university said in a statement.

Asiavugwa, who was in his third year at the law school, was born and raised in Mombasa, Kenya. Before he came to Georgetown, he worked with groups helping refugees in Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, the university said.

At Georgetown, Asiavugwa studied international business and economic law.

The university said Asiavugwa's family and friends "remembered him as a kind, compassionate and gentle soul, known for his beautifully warm and infectious smile."

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Canada: 18 victims

—Pius Adesanmi, a Nigerian professor with Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, was on his way to a meeting of the African Union's Economic, Social and Cultural Council in Nairobi, John O. Oba, Nigeria's representative to the panel, told The Associated Press.

The author of "Naija No Dey Carry Last," a collection of satirical essays, Adesanmi had degrees from Ilorin and Ibadan universities in Nigeria, and the University of British Columbia. He was director of Carleton's Institute of African Studies, according to the university's website. He was also a former assistant professor of comparative literature at Pennsylvania State University.

"Pius was a towering figure in African and post-colonial scholarship and his sudden loss is a tragedy," said Benoit-Antoine Bacon, Carleton's president and vice chancellor.

Adesanmi was the winner of the inaugural Penguin Prize for African non-fiction writing in 2010.

Mitchell Dick, a Carleton student who is finishing up a communications honors degree, said he took a first- and second-year African literature course with Adesanmi.

Adesanmi was "extremely nice and approachable," and stood out for his passion for the subject matter, Dick said.

—Mohamed Hassan Ali confirmed that he had lost his sister and niece.

Ali said his sister, Amina Ibrahim Odowaa, and her five-year-old daughter, Safiya, were on board the jet that went down six minutes after it took off from the Addis Ababa airport on the way to Nairobi, Kenya.

"(She was) a very nice person, very outgoing, very friendly. Had a lot of friends," he said of his sister, who lived in Edmonton and was travelling to Kenya to visit with relatives.

Amina Ibrahim Odowaa and her daughter Sofia Faisal Abdulkadir

The 33-year-old Edmonton woman and her five year-old daughter were travelling to Kenya to visit with relatives.

A family friend said Odowaa has lived in Edmonton since 2006.

— Derick Lwugi, an accountant with the City of Calgary, was also among the victims, his wife, Gladys Kivia, said. He leaves behind three children, aged 17, 19 and 20, Kivia said.

The couple had been in Calgary for 12 years, and Lwugi had been headed to Kenya to visit both of their parents.

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Ethiopia: 9 victims

— The aid group Save the Children said an Ethiopian colleague died in the crash.

Tamirat Mulu Demessie had been a child protection in emergencies technical adviser and "worked tirelessly to ensure that vulnerable children are safe during humanitarian crises," the group said in a statement.

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China: 8 victims

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Italy: 8 victims

—Paolo Dieci, one of the founders of the International Committee for the Development of Peoples, was among the dead, the group said on its website.

"The world of international cooperation has lost one of its most brilliant advocates and Italian civil society has lost a precious point of reference," wrote the group, which partners with UNICEF in northern Africa.

UNICEF Italia sent a tweet of condolences over Dieci's death, noting that CISP, the group's Italian acronym, was a partner in Kenya, Libya and Algeria.

—Sebastiano Tusa, the Sicilian regional assessor to the Italian Culture Ministry, was en route to Nairobi when the plane crashed, according to Sicilian regional President Nello Musemeci. In a statement reported by the ANSA news agency, Musemeci said he received confirmation from the foreign ministry, which confirmed the news to The Associated Press.

In a tweet, Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte said it was a day of pain for everyone. He said: "We are united with the relatives of the victims and offer them our heartfelt thoughts."

Tusa was also a noted underwater archaeologist.

—The World Food Program confirmed that two of the Italian victims worked for the Rome-based U.N. agency.

A WFP spokeswoman identified the victims as Virginia Chimenti and Maria Pilar Buzzetti.

—Three other Italians worked for the Bergamo-based humanitarian agency, Africa Tremila: Carlo Spini, his wife, Gabriella Viggiani and the treasurer, Matteo Ravasio.

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United States: 8 victims

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France: 7 victims

—A group representing members of the African diaspora in Europe is mourning the loss of its co-chairperson and "foremost brother," Karim Saafi.

A French Tunisian, Saafi, 38, was on an official mission representing the African Diaspora Youth Forum in Europe, the group announced on its Facebook page.

"Karim's smile, his charming and generous personality, eternal positivity, and his noble contribution to Youth employment, diaspora engagement and Africa's socio-economic development will never be forgotten," the post read. "Brother Karim, we'll keep you in our prayers."

Saafi left behind a fiancée.

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UK: 7 victims

— Joanna Toole, a 36-year-old from Exmouth, Devon, was heading to Nairobi to attend the United Nations Environment Assembly when she was killed.

Father Adrian described her as a "very soft and loving" woman whose "work was not a job — it was her vocation".

"Everybody was very proud of her and the work she did. We're still in a state of shock. Joanna was genuinely one of those people who you never heard a bad word about," he told the DevonLive website.

He also said she used to keep homing pigeons and pet rats and travelled to the remote Faroe Islands to prevent whaling.

Manuel Barange, the director of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations fisheries and aquaculture department, tweeted saying he was "profoundly sad and lost for words" over the death of the "wonderful human being".

— Joseph Waithaka, a 55-year-old who lived in Hull for a decade before moving back to his native Kenya, also died in the crash, his son told the Hull Daily Mail.

Ben Kuria, who lives in London, said his father had worked for the Probation Service, adding: "He helped so many people in Hull who had found themselves on the wrong side of the law."

Waithaka had dual Kenyan and British citizenship, the BBC reported.

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Egypt: 6 victims

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Germany: 5 victims

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India: 4 victims

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Slovakia: 4 victims

—A lawmaker of Slovak Parliament said his wife, daughter and son were killed in the crash. Anton Hrnko, a legislator for the ultra-nationalist Slovak National Party, said he was "in deep grief" over the deaths of his wife, Blanka, son, Martin, and daughter, Michala. Their ages were not immediately available.

Martin Hrnko was working for the Bubo travel agency. The agency said he was traveling for his vacation in Kenya.

President Andrej Kiska offered his condolences to Hrnko.

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Austria: 3 victims

—Austrian Foreign Ministry spokesman Peter Guschelbauer confirmed that three Austrian doctors in their early 30s were on board the flight. The men were on their way to Zanzibar, he said, but he could not confirm the purpose of their trip.

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Russia: 3 victims

—The Russian Embassy in Ethiopia said that airline authorities had identified its deceased nationals as Yekaterina Polyakova, Alexander Polyakov and Sergei Vyalikov.

News reports identify the first two as husband and wife. State news agency RIA-Novosibirsk cites a consular official in Nairobi as saying all three were tourists.

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Sweden: 3 victims

— Hospitality company Tamarind Group announced "with immense shock and grief" that its chief executive Jonathan Seex was among the fatalities.

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Israel: 2 victims

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Morocco: 2 victims

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Poland: 2 victims

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Spain: 2 victims

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Belgium: 1 victim

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Djibouti: 1 victim

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Indonesia: 1 victim

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Ireland: 1 victim

— Irishman Michael Ryan was among the seven dead from the United Nations' World Food Programme, a humanitarian organization distributing billions of rations every year to those in need.

The Rome-based aid worker and engineer known as Mick was formerly from Lahinch in County Clare in Ireland's west and was believed to be married with two children.

His projects have included creating safe ground for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and assessing the damage to rural roads in Nepal that were blocked by landslides.

Irish premier Leo Varadkar said: "Michael was doing life-changing work in Africa with the World Food Programme."

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Mozambique: 1 victim

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Nepal: 1 victim

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Nigeria: 1 victim

—The Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it received the news of retired Ambassador Abiodun Oluremi Bashu's death "with great shock and prayed that the Almighty God grant his family and the nation, the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss."

Bashu was born in Ibadan in 1951 and joined the Nigerian Foreign Service in 1976. He had served in different capacities both at Headquarters and Foreign Missions such as Vienna, Austria, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire and Tehran, Iran. He also served as secretary to the Conference of Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

At the time of his death, Bashu was on contract with the United Nations Economic Commission of Africa.

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Norway: 1 victim

—The Red Cross of Norway confirmed that Karoline Aadland, a finance officer, was among those on the flight.

Aadland, 28, was originally from Bergen, Norway. The Red Cross said she was traveling to Nairobi for a meeting.

Aadland's Linkedin page says she had done humanitarian and environmental work. The page says her work and studies had taken her to France, Kenya, South Africa and Malawi.

"People who know me describe me as a resourceful, dedicated and kindhearted person," she wrote on Linkedin.

The Red Cross says in a news release that it "offers support to the closest family, and to employees who want it," the organization said in a news release.

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Rwanda: 1 victim

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Saudi Arabia: 1 victim

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Serbia: 1 victim

Serbia's foreign ministry confirmed that one of its nationals was aboard the plane. The ministry gave no further details, but local media identified the man as 54-year-old Djordje Vdovic.

The Vecernje Novosti daily reported that he worked at the World Food Program.

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Somalia: 1 victim

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Sudan: 1 victim

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Togo: 1 victim

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Uganda: 1 victim

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Yemen: 1 victim

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U.N. passport: 1 victim

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          Algerian President Drops Bid for Fifth Term, Suspends New Election      Cache   Translate Page      

On February 16, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika since 1999 announced his candidacy for a fifth term – despite unable to perform the duties of his office since becoming ill in 2005, especially after a debilitating 2013 stroke.

Large-scale daily protests …

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macron algeria algeriniSe gli algerini chiederanno in massa di non essere presi per il naso dai generali, si potrebbe aprire una fase delicata. Nessuno può dire come evolverà ma non si può escludere che sia legittimo temere, come è accaduto in Siria, che se il destino del governo traballasse, potrebbe emergere una sigla famosa e paurosa, quella di Daesh, o Isis

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algeriaBernard Henri Levy si domanda se l'Algeria attraverso la figura di Brahimi passerà dalla dittatura alla fioritura radiosa a cui la sua terra sarebbe predestinata dalla bellezza classica, quasi mitologica che la contraddistingue

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Recent unrest there now threatens France, with possibly another migration wave on the way. After surviving several assassination attempts by French partisans of Algérie Française, Charles de Gaulle in March 1962 signed a peace agreement ending French sovereignty over Algeria. The war for Algerian independence had been long and vicious, marked by terrorism and torture. Everyone who mattered in French politics believed in 1954 that Algeria was an integral part of France, to be defended at all cost. But by 1962, their view had changed. With cold realism, de Gaulle remarked of the conflict, now in its seventh year, "As for France, it will be necessary for her now to interest herself in something else." France did fine after granting independence to Algeria. Algeria less so. The Algerians who had taken the side of France, fought in its army, or served as administrators of the Algerian government fared terribly - many suffered appalling deaths at the hands of the vengeful victors....
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The eucalyptus tree is a large, fast-growing evergreen that is native to Australia and Tasmania. The tree can grow to 375-480 feet (125-160 meters). Eucalyptus belongs to the myrtle (Myrtaceae) family. There are more than 300 species of eucalyptus, and Eucalyptus globulus is the most well-known species. One species (E. amygdalin) is the tallest tree known in the world. The tree grows best in areas with an average temperature of 60°F (15°C).

Eucalyptus trees constitute over 75% of the tree population of Australia. The eucalyptus tree is also known in Australia as the blue gum tree or malee. Other names for eucalyptus include Australian fever tree and stringy bark tree. The name is actually derived from the Greek word “eucalyptos,” which means “well covered,” and refers to the cuplike membrane that covers the budding flowers of the tree.

The bluish green leaves carry the medicinal properties of the tree and grow to a length of 6-12 inches (15- 30 cm). While the leathery leaves are the sole food for koala bears, the leaves also contain a fragrant volatile oil that has antiseptic, expectorant, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, deodorant, diuretic, and antispasmodic properties. Other constituents of the leaves include tannins, phenolic acids, flavonoids (eucalyptin, hyperin, hyperoside, quercitin, quercitrin, rutin), sesquiterpenes, aldehydes, and ketones.


Eucalyptus oil is obtained through a steam distillation process that removes the oil from the fresh, mature leaves and branch tips of older trees. Approximately 25 species of eucalyptus trees in Australia are grown for their oil.

There are three grades of eucalyptus oil: medicinal, which contains the compound eucalyptol (also called cineol); industrial, in which a component of the oil is used in mining operations; and aromatic, which is used in perfumes and fragrant soap products. These oils vary greatly in character.

When choosing an oil for therapeutic use, it is important to know from what species the oil was derived. Species used medicinally include E. globulus, which contains up to 70% eucalyptol; E. polybractea, which contains 85% eucalyptol; and E. Smithii. Eucalpytus amygdalina and E. dives contain little eucalyptol and are used to separate metallic sulfides from ores in the mining industry. Eucalyptus citriodora contains a lemon-scented oil and is an ingredient in perfumes, as is E. odorata and E. Sturtiana. Two species, E. dives and E. radiata, have oils with a strong peppermint odor.

The most common species grown for its medicinal oil is Eucalyptus globulus. The eucalyptol found in this species is a chief ingredient in many over-the-counter cold and cough remedies, such as cough lozenges, chest rubs, and decongestants. It acts to stimulate blood flow and protects against infection and germs. The British Pharmocopoeia requires that commercial eucalyptus oils contain 55% eucalyptol by volume.

Eucalyptus globulus

Origins

The Australian aborigines have used eucalyptus for hundreds of years as a remedy for fever, wounds, coughs, asthma, and joint pain. Australian settlers named the eucalyptus the fever tree because of its disease- fighting properties. Baron Ferdinand von Miller, a German botanist and explorer, was responsible for making the properties of eucalyptus known to the world in the mid-1800s.

Likening eucalyptus’ scent to that of cajaput oil (a disinfectant), von Miller suggested that eucalyptus might also be used as a disinfectant in fever districts. Seeds of the tree were sent to Algiers, France and planted. The trees thrived and, because of the drying action of the roots, turned one of the marshiest areas of Algiers into a dry and healthy environment, thereby driving away malaria-carrying mosquitoes.

Eucalyptus trees were then planted in temperate areas around the world to prevent malaria. As a result, eucalyptus trees are now cultivated in China, India, Portugal, Spain, Egypt, South and North Africa, Algeria, South America, and in the southern portion of the United States.


Commercial production of eucalyptus began in Victoria, Australia in 1860. The nineteenth century eclectic doctors adopted eucalyptus as a treatment for fevers, laryngitis, asthma, chronic bronchitis, whooping cough, gonorrhea, ulcers, gangrenous tissue, edema, and gastrointestinal disturbances. European doctors used eucalyptus oil to sterilize their surgical and medical equipment. Eucalyptus leaves were often made into cigars or cigarettes and smoked to relieve asthma and bronchial congestion.

Modern medicines around the world have included eucalyptus in their practices. Indian ayurvedics use eucalyptus to treat headaches resulting from colds. Eucalyptus is listed in the Indian Pharmacopoeia as an expectorant and in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia as a skin irritant used in nerve pain.

In France, eucalyptus leaves are applied topically to relieve congestion from colds and to treat acute bronchial disease. A standardized eucalyptus tea is licensed in Germany to treat bronchitis and throat inflammations. Eucalyptus is also an ingredient in German herbal cough preparations. The German Commission E has approved the internal use of eucalyptus to treat congestion of the respiratory tract, and the external use to treat rheumatic complaints.

In the United States, eucalyptus is a component of many decongestant and expectorating cough and cold remedies, such as cough drops, cough syrups, and vapor baths. Eucalyptus is often used in veterinary medicine. It is used to treat horses with flu, dogs with distemper, and to treat parasitic skin conditions.

General use 

Eucalyptus is most popular for its ability to clear congestion due to colds, coughs, flu, asthma, and sinusitis. The tannins found in eucalyptus have astringent properties that reduce mucous membrane inflammation of the upper respiratory tract. Eucalyptol, the chemical component of the oil, works to loosen phlegm.

Cough drops containing eucalyptus promote saliva production, which increases swallowing and lessens the coughing impulse. Earaches can also be treated with eucalyptus. When inhaled, the eucalyptus fumes open the eustachian tubes, draining fluids and relieving pressure. Eucalyptus enhances breathing, which makes it an effective remedy for asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, whooping cough, and colds.

Eucalyptus is a component of many topical arthritis creams and analgesic ointments. When applied to the skin, eucalyptus stimulates blood flow and creates a warm feeling to the area, relieving pain in muscles and joints.

The oil extracted from the eucalyptus leaf has powerful antiseptic, deodorizing, and antibacterial properties. It is especially effective in killing several strains of Staphylococcus bacteria. A mixture of 2% eucalyptus oil evaporated in an aroma lamp has been shown to destroy 70% of the Staphylococcus bacteria in the affected room.

When the oil is applied to cuts, scrapes, and other minor wounds, it inhibits infections and viruses. A 2002 report out of Australia made researchers around the world take note when two cases of patients with staph infections resistant to traditional antibiotic therapy responded to a mixture of eucalyptus leaf oil abstract. The Australian researchers recommended formal clinical trials to test the therapy, based on an ancient aboriginal remedy. Eucalyptus also fights plaque-forming bacteria and is used to treat gum disease and gingivitis.

In large doses, the oil can be a kidney irritant and can induce excretion of bodily fluids and waste products. Eucalyptus oil added to water may be gargled to relieve sore throat pain or used as a mouthwash to heal mouth sores or gum disorders. Consequently, eucalyptus is an ingredient in many commercial mouthwashes.

Eucalyptus’ pain-relieving properties make it a good remedy for muscle tension. One study showed that a mixture of eucalyptus, peppermint, and ethanol oils successfully relieved headache-related muscle tension.

Eucalyptus may lower blood sugar levels. Placing a drop of the oil on the tongue may reduce nausea. The oil has also been used to kill dust mites and fleas.

Eucalyptus oil is one of the most well-known fragrances in aromatherapy. Two species of eucalyptus are used in aromatherapy oils: E. globulus and E. citriodora. The essential oil of eucalyptus is used to relieve cramps, cleanse the blood, heal wounds, disinfect the air, and to treat conditions such as asthma, bronchitis, throat and sinus infections, fevers, kidney infections, rheumatism, bladder infections, and sore muscles.

The essential oil can be diluted and added to a massage oil to ease aching muscles. The oil can be added to hot water and inhaled to reduce nasal congestion. It can also be diffused in the room of a sick patient to disinfect the air.

Some believe that inhaling the diffused oil can enhance concentration and thought processes. Studies have shown that inhalation of the cineole compound of eucalyptus stimulates coordination and motor activities in mice. Eucalyptus oil may also uplift the spirit during times of emotional overload or general sluggishness.

Applying a diluted oil to the skin instead of inhaling it increases the rate of absorption into the blood. Often the speed with which it is absorbed is so fast, the odor can be detected on the breath within minutes.

The oil is also an effective febrifuge, and a cold compress with eucalyptus oil added to it has a cooling effect that is useful in helping to reduce a fever. The essential oil of eucalyptus is also used to treat wounds, herpes simplex virus, skin ulcers, and acne. Combined with water, the oil makes an effective insect repellant. Because of its skin-moistening properties, the oil is often an ingredient in dandruff shampoo.

Eucalyptus oil may be combined with other oils that have similar properties, such as niaouli, pine, Swiss pine, hyssop, and thyme oils. It also mixes well with lemon, verbena, balm, and lavender oils.

Preparations

Eucalyptus is available as a tincture, cream, ointment, essential oil, or lozenge. Many health food stores carry fresh or dried eucalyptus leaf in bulk. Eucalyptus can be ingested through the use of teas or tincture preparations, inhaled, or applied externally.

Eucalyptus infusion is ingested to treat coughs, colds, bronchitis, congestion, and throat infections. To create an infusion, 1 cup of boiling water is poured over 1-2 teaspoons of crushed eucalyptus leaves. The mixture is covered and steeped for 10 minutes and is then strained. Up to 2 cups can be drunk daily.

Inhaling eucalyptus vapors is beneficial for sinus and bronchial congestion that occurs with bronchitis, whooping cough, colds, asthma, influenza, and other respiratory illnesses. A drop of eucalyptus oil or two to three fresh or dried leaves are added to a pan of boiling water or to a commercial vaporizer. The pan is removed from the heat, a towel is placed over the pan and the patient’s head, and the patient inhales the rising steam. Patients should close their eyes when inhaling the steam to protect them from eucalyptus’ strong fumes.

For healing wounds and preventing infection, the wound is washed and then diluted eucalyptus oil or crushed eucalyptus leaves are applied to the affected area.

For relief of muscle aches or arthritis pain, several drops of the diluted oil are rubbed onto the affected area, or a few drops of diluted oil are added to bath water for a healing bath. Adding eucalyptus leaves wrapped in a cloth to running bath water is also effective.

For gum disease, a few drops of diluted oil are placed on a fingertip and massaged into the gums.

Tinctures should contain 5-10% essential oil of eucalyptus. A person can take 1 ml three times daily.

Ointments should contain 5-20% essential oil of eucalyptus. The person should use as directed for chapped hands, joint and muscle pains, and dandruff.

Precautions

Children or infants should not be treated with eucalyptus. Of special note, eucalyptus oil should not be applied to the facial areas (especially the nose or eyes) of small children or infants. Pregnant or breast-feeding women should not use eucalyptus.

People with digestive problems, stomach or intestinal inflammations, biliary duct disorders, or liver disease should not take eucalyptus.

Undiluted eucalyptus oil should never be ingested. Small amounts of undiluted oil (even in amounts as little as one teaspoon) are toxic and may cause circulatory problems, collapse, suffocation, or death. Eucalyptus oil should always be diluted in a carrier oil such as almond, grapeseed, or other vegetable oil before applying to the skin.

Side effects

Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea may occur in rare cases. Applying eucalyptus to the skin may cause a rash in those who are sensitive or allergic to eucalyptus.

Interactions

Eucalyptus works to detoxify the body. If it is used simultaneously with other drugs, the effects of those drugs may be weakened.
          Oran: Tribute to neighboring Algeria      Cache   Translate Page      

Tender thoughts to Oran, the radiant, city symbol of parties. May our friendships accompany millions of Tunisians and Algerians who, through the roads of Melloula, Babouche and El Oued Souf, come to celebrate life, every year, here in Tunisia. ORAN: Poem by Bouzid Herzallah (Algerian poet) – April 291 Have you ever seen the sea sleep […]

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          Event: Roundtable | (Anti/Post/De)-Colonial Practices      Cache   Translate Page      
Event Date: Mar 29, 2019; Event City: New York, NY, US

This public roundtable discusses the purposes and intentions of the seminar (Anti/Post/De-)Colonial Practices cotaught by Mario Gooden, Samia Henni, Mpho Matsipa, and Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi at The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture, The Cooper Union. Each speaking from a specific archive, geography, and interest, the instructors expose architecture students to a critical rereading and rethinking of modern built environments and their histories and theories. Through anti/post/de-colonial practices, the four instructors and their students intend to depict the intrinsic relationships between modernity and violence, and scrutinize the possibilities for reversal of that violence through historical and theoretical analysis and understanding.

Mario Gooden is Associate Professor of Practice at Columbia GSAPP and Principal at Huff + Gooden Architects. His work, writings and lectures frequently examine architecture and the translation of cultural landscapes defined by the parameters of technology, race, class gender and sexuality. Gooden directs the Global Africa Lab with Mabel O. Wilson. He graduated magna cum laude from Clemson University in 1987 with a B.S. in Design and received a Masters of Architecture degree from Columbia University in 1990 and is a recipient of the McKim Prize. Gooden is the recent author of Dark Space (Columbia U. Press, 2016).

Samia Henni is Assistant Professor of Architecture at Cornell University School of Architecture, Art and Planning. She received her Ph.D. in the history and theory of architecture (with distinction) from ETH Zurich. Her teaching and research interests include the history and theory of the built environments in relation to colonialism, displacements, gender, race, religions, and wars from the first European colonization to the present. She is the author of Architecture of Counterrevolution: The French Army in Northern Algeria (gta Verlag, 2017) and the curator of Discreet Violence: Architecture and the French War in Algeria (2017-2018), which has been exhibited in Zurich, Rotterdam, Berlin, Johannesburg, Paris, and Prague.

Mpho Matsipa is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture at Columbia GSAPP and Curator at Studio-X Johannesburg, an experimental public platform on architecture and the city. She received her Ph.D. in Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. Matsipa has curated several exhibitions, including the South Africa Pavilion at the 11th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice Biennale (2008). She is also a researcher at the Wits City Institute at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa and an architect. Her research interests include globalization and urbanism in African cities, spatial justice, and culture, race and representation. She has written critical essays and reviews on public art, culture and space for Art South Africa, the Architectural Review and Thesis 11(forthcoming).

Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi is Assistant Professor at the Barnard College Department of Architecture. She specializes in histories of architecture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with a focus on African and South Asian questions. She holds a Ph.D. in the History of Art and Archaeology, and a Master of Architecture degree and is a practicing architect. She is interested in problems of historicity and archives, decoloniality, heritage politics, and feminist historiography. Professor Siddiqi is the author of The L!brary Book (Princeton Architectural Press) and co-editor of Spatial Violence (Routledge); her writing appears in The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, The Journal of Architecture, The Journal of Humanity, Architectural Theory Review, Grey Room, e-flux Architecture, The Funambulist, Harvard Design Magazine, The Avery Review and the volume Things Don't Really Exist Until You Give Them A Name: Unpacking Urban Heritage.

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          Historic Forts - Fort Liedot - Ile d Aix, Nouvelle Aquitaine,France      Cache   Translate Page      
source tourist information
FORT LIEDOT
Location: Town of Aix, CharenteMaritime (17).
Property of the Conservatoire du littoral: 1990.
Classified Historical Monument: 1955.
Manager: Municipality of the island of Aix.
Date of construction: 1810 to 1834.
Architect / Construction Manager: Decision by
Napoleon; construction engineer: Thuiller.
A STORY
Fort Liédot was built between 1810 and 1834 as part of a fortification complex designed to protect the bay and
the arsenal of Rochefort. The decision of its construction was taken by Napoleon in 1808 who wanted a strong "indestructible and
impregnable ". After 24 years of work, the fort will never hold its military role of protecting the coast, overtaken by
progress of the artillery. Between 1854 and 1870, it was transformed into a place of detention for military prisoners and later
communards and is used as a target for a series of artillery fire drill by the French Army. During the twentieth
century, the fort welcomes new political prisoners, including the future president of the Algerian Republic, Ahmed Ben
Bella. After having been used as a summer camp center, the fort was acquired by the Conservatoire du littoral in 1989.
AN ARCHITECTURE
The fort is a building with a square plan of about 90 meters on each side, completed at each corner by a bastion and entirely vaulted, to
Bomb proof thanks to a thick embankment of earth. The interior consists of a place of weapon of about 30 meters of side,
formed by curtains containing four casemates. Each bastion also includes casemates allowing the fort
to welcome more than 500 men. The curtains are accessed by a staircase with two ramps located on both sides of the entrance.
Fort Liédot is a very beautiful witness of bastioned and fortified military architecture of the 19th century. This is the only example
of model redoubt No. 1-1811 to have been built in France. Its architecture testifies to a high quality and mastery of the
size of the stones, mounted almost with joined joints.
A SITE - COASTAL VALUES
Located on the island of Aix, Fort Liédot is closely linked to the coast because its location is determined by the need to
monitor the coastal area including the Fougères Cove and the eastern tip of the island on the side of Coupedont.
However, the fort gradually lost its visual link with the coastline: nowadays, it is entirely surrounded by a forest of
green oaks, only significant afforestation on the island.
Getting there: Sea link to the island of Aix in 20 minutes from the Pointe de la Fumée in Fouras.
Open to the public: Guided tours are organized every day during the summer season and on Wednesdays from April to June and in September.
Contact: Tourist Office of the island of Aix: 05.46.83.01.82



source office de tourisme
FORT LIEDOT
Situation : Commune de l’île d’Aix, CharenteMaritime (17).
Propriété du Conservatoire du littoral : 1990.
Classé Monument Historique : 1955.
Gestionnaire : Commune de l’île d’Aix.
Date de construction : 1810 à 1834.
Architecte / chargé de construction : Décision par
Napoléon ; ingénieur des travaux : Thuiller.
UNE HISTOIRE
Le fort Liédot a été construit entre 1810 et 1834 comme élément d’un ensemble de fortification destiné à protéger la rade et
l’arsenal de Rochefort. La décision de sa construction a été prise par Napoléon en 1808 qui voulait un fort « indestructible et
imprenable ». Après 24 ans de travaux, le fort ne tiendra jamais son rôle militaire de protection des côtes, dépassé par les
progrès de l’artillerie. Entre 1854 et 1870, il est transformé en lieu de détention pour les prisonniers militaires puis les
communards et est utilisé comme cible pour une série d’expérience de tir d’artillerie par l’armée française. Au cours du XXème
siècle, le fort accueille à nouveaux des prisonniers politiques, dont le futur président de la République algérienne, Ahmed Ben
Bella. Après avoir été utilisé comme centre de colonie de vacances, le fort a été acquis par le Conservatoire du littoral en 1989.
UNE ARCHITECTURE
Le fort est un édifice de plan carré d’environ 90 mètres de côté, complété à chaque angle par un bastion et entièrement voûté, à
l'épreuve des bombes grâce à un épais remblai de terre. L’intérieur se compose d’une place d’arme d’environ 30 mètres de côté,
formée par des courtines contenant quatre casemates. Chaque bastion comprend aussi des casemates permettant au fort
d’accueillir plus de 500 hommes. On accède aux courtines par un escalier à deux rampes situé de part et d’autre de l’entrée.
Le fort Liédot est un très beau témoin de l’architecture militaire bastionnée et fortifiée du XIXème siècle. C’est le seul exemple
de redoute-modèle n°1-1811 à avoir été construit en France. Son architecture témoigne d’une grande qualité et maîtrise de la
taille des pierres, montées quasiment à joints vifs.
UN SITE – DES VALEURS LITTORALES
Situé sur l’île d’Aix, le fort Liédot est étroitement lié au littoral puisque son emplacement est déterminé par la nécessité de
surveiller l’espace côtier dont l’anse des Fougères et la pointe orientale de l’île du côté de Coupedont.
Cependant, le fort a perdu petit à petit son lien visuel avec le littoral : de nos jours, il est entièrement entouré d’une forêt de
chênes verts, seul boisement significatif sur l’île.
S’y rendre : Liaison maritime vers l’île d’Aix en 20mn au départ de la Pointe de la Fumée à Fouras.
Ouverture au public : Des visites guidées sont organisées tous les jours durant la saison estivale et le mercredi d’avril à juin et en septembre.
Contact : Office de tourisme de l’île d’Aix : 05.46.83.01.82



          Under Pressure, Algeria's Leader Won't Seek 5th Term — But Delays Upcoming Election      Cache   Translate Page      
Bowing to weeks of protests, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has reversed his decision to run for a fifth term and says he will not seek re-election. But the 82-year-old leader stopped short of stepping down and has delayed elections set for next month. "I particularly understand the message given by youth, in terms of anxiety and ambition for their own future and that of the country," Bouteflika said in a message published by the Algeria Press Service . Bouteflika announced his decision a day after returning home from Switzerland , where he had been receiving medical care since late February. While he was away, widespread demonstrations railed against another term for Bouteflika. Bouteflika officially filed election papers earlier this month. At the time, he said that if he won, he would call for new elections within one year. But that didn't satisfy those rallying against him. "The protests that changed his mind have shattered years of political inertia and unsettled Algeria
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