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                    [description] => After weeks of tensions between the military and civilians who share power in Sudan since the dismissal of the autocrat Omar Al-Bashir in 2019, General Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Al-Bourhane, who was the head of the sovereignty council, the Sudanese transitional authority announced Monday (October 25th) that the army had arrested almost all of the civilian ... Read more
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After weeks of tensions between the military and civilians who share power in Sudan since the dismissal of the autocrat Omar Al-Bashir in 2019, General Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Al-Bourhane, who was the head of the sovereignty council, the Sudanese transitional authority announced Monday (October 25th) that the army had arrested almost all of the civilian leaders.
Update on this coup, which greatly compromises the transition started after thirty years of dictatorship in this East African country.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Coup d’état in Sudan: army regains control and represses protests in blood
Sudanese Army Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan speaks at a press conference at the General Command of the Armed Forces in Khartoum on October 26, 2021.

Monday morning, General Al-Bourhane dissolved the transitional authorities. Abdallah Hamdok, the prime minister, many of his ministers, their wives, and all civilian members of the Sovereignty Council, the highest authority in the transition, were arrested by the military.

Mr. Hamdok, whose release is demanded by the international community, “Find me”Al-Bourhane said on Tuesday. “Yes, we arrested ministers and politicians, but not all”, again launched the general in a long press conference where he justified all of his action. Mr. Hamdok, a former United Nations (UN) economist, is ” in good health ” and “Will return home when the crisis is over.”

In the wake of this press conference, the Prime Minister’s office called “The putschists” to free ” at once “ all those arrested, in a statement released by the Ministry of Information.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Tensions between civilians and soldiers at the head of Sudanese power

Since 2019 and the fall of Al-Bashir, power has been shared between the civilian government led by Mr. Hamdok and the sovereignty council responsible for leading the transition, but the coup comes amid heightened tensions between civilians and military.

The leadership of the Sovereignty Council was to be transferred to a civilian figure in the coming months and the military had so far affirmed their willingness to respect the transition process, but the exact date of this handover was not yet known. precisely. In addition, the transitional authorities were struggling to come to an agreement on the surrender of Al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court.

On October 16, army supporters pitched their tents in front of the presidential palace, where the transitional authorities are based. In response, on October 21, supporters of civil power took to the streets of the country by tens of thousands to ” to save “ their “Revolution”. Two days ago, the civilian camp warned against a “Rampant coup”, during a press conference that a small crowd had sought to prevent.

On Tuesday, three Sudanese ambassadors in Europe announced their defection, condemning the military coup of the day before and proclaiming their embassies as those of the “Sudanese people”, announced on Facebook the Ministry of Information. “We fully align ourselves with the heroic opposition followed by the whole world and proclaim the Sudanese embassies in France, Belgium and Switzerland as embassies of the Sudanese people and their revolution”, wrote Omar Béchir Maniss, Abderrahim Ahmed Khalil and Ali Ibn Abi Taleb Abderrahman Al-Gendi.

The international community has also expressed concern. For the troika in maneuver on the Sudanese issue for years, the United States, Great Britain and Norway, “The actions of the military betray the revolution and the transition” post-dictatorship after the fall in 2019 of the autocrat Omar Al-Bashir. In addition, Washington has “Suspended” assistance of 700 million dollars to Sudan as the prospect of the first free elections seems increasingly compromised.

For his part, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called for the immediate release of the ministers, deploring the « multiplication » of coups this year around the world. The “Important geopolitical divisions” which prevent “The Security Council to take strong measures”, the pandemic, economic and social difficulties mean that “Military leaders consider that they have total impunity, that they can do what they want because nothing will happen to them”, he said at a press conference. “I call on the great powers to come together for a unity of the Security Council in order to ensure that there is effective deterrence about this epidemic of coups d’état” which the world is witnessing in Asia or Africa, continued Antonio Guterres.

The 15 members of the UN Security Council are to meet urgently behind closed doors on Sudan from 10 p.m. (Paris time), at the request of the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, from the United States, Estonia and France. Mexico, Kenya, Niger, Tunisia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, non-permanent members of the Council, supported this convocation. According to diplomats, the adoption of a declaration has been under negotiation since Monday, but it was not certain that Russia and China, in particular, will ratify its approval.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Coup d’état in Sudan: the United States and Europe very worried about the situation
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets to condemn the military takeover in Khartoum, Sudan, Monday, October 25, 2021.

In the streets of Khartoum, where almost all shops – except those selling food – are closed, protesters call for the ” civil disobedience “. The ” general strike “ had won the capital on Tuesday, between employees unable to reach their offices by cut roads and demonstrators determined to block the country. “No to military power”, “The revolution continues”, still chant the demonstrators under a swarm of Sudanese flags, responding to the call of unions spearheading the 2019 revolt.

Since Monday, at least four protesters have been killed by bullets “Drawn by the armed forces” according to a union of pro-democracy doctors, and more than eighty others wounded, in Khartoum, where the security forces are deployed with their armored vehicles on bridges and main roads.

Abdel Fattah Al-Bourhane

Born in 1960, Abdel Fattah Al-Bourhane is a pure product of the Sudanese army. After studying at the military academy, pursued abroad (especially in Egypt), he rose through the ranks to command the army, a key role when in 2015, Sudan joined the led coalition by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in the war in Yemen. During the demonstrations against the power of Omar Al-Bashir in 2019, the former Sudanese dictator, General Al-Bourhane was seen as a solution to take the head of the civil-military transition, not having been marked as “Islamist”, and headed the Sovereignty Council, until the dissolution on Monday of all the authorities in place.

The World with AFP

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After weeks of tensions between the military and civilians who share power in Sudan since the dismissal of the autocrat Omar Al-Bashir in 2019, General Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Al-Bourhane, who was the head of the sovereignty council, the Sudanese transitional authority announced Monday (October 25th) that the army had arrested almost all of the civilian leaders.
Update on this coup, which greatly compromises the transition started after thirty years of dictatorship in this East African country.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Coup d’état in Sudan: army regains control and represses protests in blood
Sudanese Army Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan speaks at a press conference at the General Command of the Armed Forces in Khartoum on October 26, 2021.

Monday morning, General Al-Bourhane dissolved the transitional authorities. Abdallah Hamdok, the prime minister, many of his ministers, their wives, and all civilian members of the Sovereignty Council, the highest authority in the transition, were arrested by the military.

Mr. Hamdok, whose release is demanded by the international community, “Find me”Al-Bourhane said on Tuesday. “Yes, we arrested ministers and politicians, but not all”, again launched the general in a long press conference where he justified all of his action. Mr. Hamdok, a former United Nations (UN) economist, is ” in good health ” and “Will return home when the crisis is over.”

In the wake of this press conference, the Prime Minister’s office called “The putschists” to free ” at once “ all those arrested, in a statement released by the Ministry of Information.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Tensions between civilians and soldiers at the head of Sudanese power

Since 2019 and the fall of Al-Bashir, power has been shared between the civilian government led by Mr. Hamdok and the sovereignty council responsible for leading the transition, but the coup comes amid heightened tensions between civilians and military.

The leadership of the Sovereignty Council was to be transferred to a civilian figure in the coming months and the military had so far affirmed their willingness to respect the transition process, but the exact date of this handover was not yet known. precisely. In addition, the transitional authorities were struggling to come to an agreement on the surrender of Al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court.

On October 16, army supporters pitched their tents in front of the presidential palace, where the transitional authorities are based. In response, on October 21, supporters of civil power took to the streets of the country by tens of thousands to ” to save “ their “Revolution”. Two days ago, the civilian camp warned against a “Rampant coup”, during a press conference that a small crowd had sought to prevent.

On Tuesday, three Sudanese ambassadors in Europe announced their defection, condemning the military coup of the day before and proclaiming their embassies as those of the “Sudanese people”, announced on Facebook the Ministry of Information. “We fully align ourselves with the heroic opposition followed by the whole world and proclaim the Sudanese embassies in France, Belgium and Switzerland as embassies of the Sudanese people and their revolution”, wrote Omar Béchir Maniss, Abderrahim Ahmed Khalil and Ali Ibn Abi Taleb Abderrahman Al-Gendi.

The international community has also expressed concern. For the troika in maneuver on the Sudanese issue for years, the United States, Great Britain and Norway, “The actions of the military betray the revolution and the transition” post-dictatorship after the fall in 2019 of the autocrat Omar Al-Bashir. In addition, Washington has “Suspended” assistance of 700 million dollars to Sudan as the prospect of the first free elections seems increasingly compromised.

For his part, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called for the immediate release of the ministers, deploring the « multiplication » of coups this year around the world. The “Important geopolitical divisions” which prevent “The Security Council to take strong measures”, the pandemic, economic and social difficulties mean that “Military leaders consider that they have total impunity, that they can do what they want because nothing will happen to them”, he said at a press conference. “I call on the great powers to come together for a unity of the Security Council in order to ensure that there is effective deterrence about this epidemic of coups d’état” which the world is witnessing in Asia or Africa, continued Antonio Guterres.

The 15 members of the UN Security Council are to meet urgently behind closed doors on Sudan from 10 p.m. (Paris time), at the request of the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, from the United States, Estonia and France. Mexico, Kenya, Niger, Tunisia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, non-permanent members of the Council, supported this convocation. According to diplomats, the adoption of a declaration has been under negotiation since Monday, but it was not certain that Russia and China, in particular, will ratify its approval.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Coup d’état in Sudan: the United States and Europe very worried about the situation
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets to condemn the military takeover in Khartoum, Sudan, Monday, October 25, 2021.

In the streets of Khartoum, where almost all shops – except those selling food – are closed, protesters call for the ” civil disobedience “. The ” general strike “ had won the capital on Tuesday, between employees unable to reach their offices by cut roads and demonstrators determined to block the country. “No to military power”, “The revolution continues”, still chant the demonstrators under a swarm of Sudanese flags, responding to the call of unions spearheading the 2019 revolt.

Since Monday, at least four protesters have been killed by bullets “Drawn by the armed forces” according to a union of pro-democracy doctors, and more than eighty others wounded, in Khartoum, where the security forces are deployed with their armored vehicles on bridges and main roads.

Abdel Fattah Al-Bourhane

Born in 1960, Abdel Fattah Al-Bourhane is a pure product of the Sudanese army. After studying at the military academy, pursued abroad (especially in Egypt), he rose through the ranks to command the army, a key role when in 2015, Sudan joined the led coalition by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in the war in Yemen. During the demonstrations against the power of Omar Al-Bashir in 2019, the former Sudanese dictator, General Al-Bourhane was seen as a solution to take the head of the civil-military transition, not having been marked as “Islamist”, and headed the Sovereignty Council, until the dissolution on Monday of all the authorities in place.

The World with AFP

[date_timestamp] => 1635260347 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => These new LEGO sets reach the most grown up ? Current Events [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/these-new-lego-sets-reach-the-most-grown-up-current-events/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/these-new-lego-sets-reach-the-most-grown-up-current-events/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Tue, 26 Oct 2021 14:48:11 +0000 [category] => HobbiesCurrenteventsGrownLEGOReachsets [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/these-new-lego-sets-reach-the-most-grown-up-current-events/ [description] => Since 2020, the LEGO brand has focused on the adult audience, meeting their passions, references and hobbies, to provide not only a rewarding and relaxing construction experience, but also a piece that they will be proud to exhibit after they are finished. Whether you are passionate about music, sports, cinema or video games, there is ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Since 2020, the LEGO brand has focused on the adult audience, meeting their passions, references and hobbies, to provide not only a rewarding and relaxing construction experience, but also a piece that they will be proud to exhibit after they are finished.

Whether you are passionate about music, sports, cinema or video games, there is a set for everyone to explore their passions and rediscover playing.

See in this gallery some images of the brand’s news

LEGO takes the game very seriously and believes that it’s not because we grow up that we can’t do it. Discover the new sets that promise many hours of pure fun:

Ideas Fender Stratocaster

Whether fans of rock & roll, indie rock, R&B or Heavy Metal, or music lovers in general, Fender Stratocaster’s 1970 LEGO model is certainly a set that will please everyone, leaving the option to be built in black or red.

The guitar features authentic details like the six strings, tuning pins and tremolo neck, to ensure the best distortion possible. Plus, there’s a folding display stand, a pedal and amplifier set to go with it. The amplifier cover can be removed to show various details of its interior.

Super Mario BLOCK

Block lego” data-title=”Bloco Lego – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> Bloco lego

A new set filled with nostalgia for Nintendo’s 3D game that takes Super Mario and LEGO fans on a journey down memory lane. Twenty-five years after the iconic game’s initial release Super Mario 64, The Block set features a large brick built as a block that opens to reveal four different but instantly recognizable levels of game play: Peach Castle, Bomb Field, Mountain Brr Brr, and Lava Lake.

With its unique combination of nostalgic game moments, creative possibilities and amazing features, Block set is a unique way for fans to rediscover the magic of Super Mario 64.

Bonsai

Bonsai” data-title=”Bonsai – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> Bonsai

Bonsai art has captured the imagination of tree lovers for centuries. Now LEGO fans can discover new ways to relax as they celebrate this ancient art, in a set of 878 pieces.

Builders can choose how they shape their Bonsai, adding green leaves or pink cherry blossoms, and can be changed at any time to give the set a new look. The set comes with a rectangular vase and a wooden stand, making it a perfect piece to display at home or in the office.

Star Wars Capacete the Darth Vader

Darth vader” data-title=”Darth vader – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> Darth Vader

Designed for seasoned adults and LEGO builders passionate about the Star Wars universe, fans can now build, display and honor the Dark Lord of the Sith? with these building challenges.

Capture the sinister gaze of this Star Wars universe icon and the ultimate villain with this 834-piece exhibition model. Offering an immersive construction experience, the helmet is an imposing display piece, once finished.

Adidas Originals Superstar

adidas” data-title=”adidas – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> adidas

In this never-before-seen LEGO proposal, you’ll build iconic sneakers with LEGO elements to make a collectible decorative piece that will certainly spark a lot of conversations.

Just like the real ones, this LEGO version includes the design of the Adidas Originals Superstar sneakers, the cup toe cap, the three-leaf logo and the 3-strip serrated branding. Right shoe or left shoe? Who builds decides! This set includes 17 extra LEGO elements so you can choose to build it for your left or right foot. For extra realism, it even has laces and comes in an authentic shoebox.

Recommended retail price from 89.99 euros

Friends’ apartment

Friends’ Apartment” data-title=”Friends’ Apartment – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> Friends' apartment

Following on from Central Park’s hugely popular LEGO set, released in 2019, Friends’ LEGO apartment set comes complete with iconic features and props from classic series moments, like the one where Mónica stuffs her Thanksgiving turkey into the head, when Joey and Chandler only have one piece of furniture – remember the canoe? – or the one where Phoebe’s dollhouse burns down.

Others of the included series accessories: that device for touching someone while keeping your distance; Gladys, that disturbing work of art by Phoebe that both Monica and Rachel ?wanted? to inherit; the cheesecake that fell to the floor; Pat the crockery dog; the ?chicken? and the duck and many others. The set also gives fans a real close-up experience of the real film studio, with stage lights, and lets you show off both apartments, either separately or together, connected through the hallway.

The LEGO Group’s mission is to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow through the power of play. The LEGO System in Play, based on LEGO bricks, allows children to build and rebuild anything they can imagine.

The LEGO Group was founded in Billund, Denmark, in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, taking its name from the addition of Danish words Hope you get well, which means ?Play Well?.

Today, the LEGO Group remains a family-owned company, headquartered in Billund, the famous bricks being sold in over 140 countries around the world.

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/these-new-lego-sets-reach-the-most-grown-up-current-events/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => Since 2020, the LEGO brand has focused on the adult audience, meeting their passions, references and hobbies, to provide not only a rewarding and relaxing construction experience, but also a piece that they will be proud to exhibit after they are finished. Whether you are passionate about music, sports, cinema or video games, there is ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Since 2020, the LEGO brand has focused on the adult audience, meeting their passions, references and hobbies, to provide not only a rewarding and relaxing construction experience, but also a piece that they will be proud to exhibit after they are finished.

Whether you are passionate about music, sports, cinema or video games, there is a set for everyone to explore their passions and rediscover playing.

See in this gallery some images of the brand’s news

LEGO takes the game very seriously and believes that it’s not because we grow up that we can’t do it. Discover the new sets that promise many hours of pure fun:

Ideas Fender Stratocaster

Whether fans of rock & roll, indie rock, R&B or Heavy Metal, or music lovers in general, Fender Stratocaster’s 1970 LEGO model is certainly a set that will please everyone, leaving the option to be built in black or red.

The guitar features authentic details like the six strings, tuning pins and tremolo neck, to ensure the best distortion possible. Plus, there’s a folding display stand, a pedal and amplifier set to go with it. The amplifier cover can be removed to show various details of its interior.

Super Mario BLOCK

Block lego” data-title=”Bloco Lego – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> Bloco lego

A new set filled with nostalgia for Nintendo’s 3D game that takes Super Mario and LEGO fans on a journey down memory lane. Twenty-five years after the iconic game’s initial release Super Mario 64, The Block set features a large brick built as a block that opens to reveal four different but instantly recognizable levels of game play: Peach Castle, Bomb Field, Mountain Brr Brr, and Lava Lake.

With its unique combination of nostalgic game moments, creative possibilities and amazing features, Block set is a unique way for fans to rediscover the magic of Super Mario 64.

Bonsai

Bonsai” data-title=”Bonsai – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> Bonsai

Bonsai art has captured the imagination of tree lovers for centuries. Now LEGO fans can discover new ways to relax as they celebrate this ancient art, in a set of 878 pieces.

Builders can choose how they shape their Bonsai, adding green leaves or pink cherry blossoms, and can be changed at any time to give the set a new look. The set comes with a rectangular vase and a wooden stand, making it a perfect piece to display at home or in the office.

Star Wars Capacete the Darth Vader

Darth vader” data-title=”Darth vader – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> Darth Vader

Designed for seasoned adults and LEGO builders passionate about the Star Wars universe, fans can now build, display and honor the Dark Lord of the Sith? with these building challenges.

Capture the sinister gaze of this Star Wars universe icon and the ultimate villain with this 834-piece exhibition model. Offering an immersive construction experience, the helmet is an imposing display piece, once finished.

Adidas Originals Superstar

adidas” data-title=”adidas – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> adidas

In this never-before-seen LEGO proposal, you’ll build iconic sneakers with LEGO elements to make a collectible decorative piece that will certainly spark a lot of conversations.

Just like the real ones, this LEGO version includes the design of the Adidas Originals Superstar sneakers, the cup toe cap, the three-leaf logo and the 3-strip serrated branding. Right shoe or left shoe? Who builds decides! This set includes 17 extra LEGO elements so you can choose to build it for your left or right foot. For extra realism, it even has laces and comes in an authentic shoebox.

Recommended retail price from 89.99 euros

Friends’ apartment

Friends’ Apartment” data-title=”Friends’ Apartment – These new LEGO sets reach the conquest of the grown-ups – SAPO Lifestyle”> Friends' apartment

Following on from Central Park’s hugely popular LEGO set, released in 2019, Friends’ LEGO apartment set comes complete with iconic features and props from classic series moments, like the one where Mónica stuffs her Thanksgiving turkey into the head, when Joey and Chandler only have one piece of furniture – remember the canoe? – or the one where Phoebe’s dollhouse burns down.

Others of the included series accessories: that device for touching someone while keeping your distance; Gladys, that disturbing work of art by Phoebe that both Monica and Rachel ?wanted? to inherit; the cheesecake that fell to the floor; Pat the crockery dog; the ?chicken? and the duck and many others. The set also gives fans a real close-up experience of the real film studio, with stage lights, and lets you show off both apartments, either separately or together, connected through the hallway.

The LEGO Group’s mission is to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow through the power of play. The LEGO System in Play, based on LEGO bricks, allows children to build and rebuild anything they can imagine.

The LEGO Group was founded in Billund, Denmark, in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, taking its name from the addition of Danish words Hope you get well, which means ?Play Well?.

Today, the LEGO Group remains a family-owned company, headquartered in Billund, the famous bricks being sold in over 140 countries around the world.

[date_timestamp] => 1635259691 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Tommaso Zorzi, the sister Gaia against the boyfriend Stanzani? The controversy breaks out: ?Temporary brother-in-law? [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/tommaso-zorzi-the-sister-gaia-against-the-boyfriend-stanzani-the-controversy-breaks-out-temporary-brother-in-law/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/tommaso-zorzi-the-sister-gaia-against-the-boyfriend-stanzani-the-controversy-breaks-out-temporary-brother-in-law/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Tue, 26 Oct 2021 14:35:00 +0000 [category] => EntertainmentBoyfriendbreaksbrotherinlawControversyGaiasisterStanzanitemporarytommasoTwitterzorzi [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/tommaso-zorzi-the-sister-gaia-against-the-boyfriend-stanzani-the-controversy-breaks-out-temporary-brother-in-law/ [description] => The love between Tommaso Zorzi, winner of GF Vip 5, e Tommaso Stanzani, friends dancer, seems to be proceeding to swollen sails. But, one controversy of the last few hours has questioned the love story between the two and, to trigger it, it was Zorzi’s sister, Gaia. Read also – Chiara Ferragni, how is Vittoria. ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The love between Tommaso Zorzi, winner of GF Vip 5, e Tommaso Stanzani, friends dancer, seems to be proceeding to swollen sails. But, one controversy of the last few hours has questioned the love story between the two and, to trigger it, it was Zorzi’s sister, Gaia.

Read also – Chiara Ferragni, how is Vittoria. And she explains: “I missed the presentation of my mother’s book”

The lass, 26 years old with a degree in European Studies, is known by the general public to be often intervened in the House in support of brother, last year. From September 2021, Gaia leads GF Vip Party together with Giulia Salemi, broadcast on Mediaset Infinity. During the program, the two girls comment on the facts that happen inside the reality, with several guests. And, in yesterday’s episode, October 25th, the guests were right Zorzi and Stanzani.

Gaia, in presenting Stanzani said “Temporary brother-in-law”, sparking a great controversy on social for his «unhappy» expression towards the dancer. Today, fed up with the attacks, the young woman has decided to respond to the criticisms on Twitter: «Yesterday there was a controversy because I said ‘brother-in-law temporary” (even if I specify that I was saying it out of luck) it shows that you always want to see the marcio in anything. Funny thing is that the last place you can find him is in my relationship with the two Tommy»

Thus, Gaia specified that she had spoken of Stanzani for superstition, and that she is convinced that he is a partner perfect for his brother. After the post, some judged Gaia «insensitiveBecause it could have expressed itself in other terms. Others, on the other hand, think that the sentence was said in good faith and that it is clear that Gaia is a “fan” of the couple.

No comment, yet, by the two Thomases.


Last updated: Tuesday 26 October 2021, 15:04

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The love between Tommaso Zorzi, winner of GF Vip 5, e Tommaso Stanzani, friends dancer, seems to be proceeding to swollen sails. But, one controversy of the last few hours has questioned the love story between the two and, to trigger it, it was Zorzi’s sister, Gaia.

Read also – Chiara Ferragni, how is Vittoria. And she explains: “I missed the presentation of my mother’s book”

The lass, 26 years old with a degree in European Studies, is known by the general public to be often intervened in the House in support of brother, last year. From September 2021, Gaia leads GF Vip Party together with Giulia Salemi, broadcast on Mediaset Infinity. During the program, the two girls comment on the facts that happen inside the reality, with several guests. And, in yesterday’s episode, October 25th, the guests were right Zorzi and Stanzani.

Gaia, in presenting Stanzani said “Temporary brother-in-law”, sparking a great controversy on social for his «unhappy» expression towards the dancer. Today, fed up with the attacks, the young woman has decided to respond to the criticisms on Twitter: «Yesterday there was a controversy because I said ‘brother-in-law temporary” (even if I specify that I was saying it out of luck) it shows that you always want to see the marcio in anything. Funny thing is that the last place you can find him is in my relationship with the two Tommy»

Thus, Gaia specified that she had spoken of Stanzani for superstition, and that she is convinced that he is a partner perfect for his brother. After the post, some judged Gaia «insensitiveBecause it could have expressed itself in other terms. Others, on the other hand, think that the sentence was said in good faith and that it is clear that Gaia is a “fan” of the couple.

No comment, yet, by the two Thomases.


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By Florian Reynaud

Posted today at 1:00 p.m., updated at 3:09 p.m.

“It is not normal that a large number of people (?) leave saying ?FYI, we are actively making the world worse?. » This comment, published at the end of 2020 on Workplace, the internal discussion tool Facebook employees, resonates with many similar testimonials. ?In recent weeks, we have seen a number of departures of senior people in the integrity teams [un département chargé de superviser et de penser la modération au sein du réseau social] (?), all expressed specific criticisms on the limits of the impact of the work of these teams within Facebook ?, wrote, at the end of 2020, an employee whose name was anonymized.

Ask your questions : Has Facebook definitely escaped its creators?
Extract from one of the anonymized documents sent to the US Congress, and from a message posted on the internal employee discussion forum.

This post comes from internal Facebook documents collected by Frances Haugen, a former employee, and transmitted by a US parliamentary source to several media, including The world. The whistleblower, the latest in a long list of former employees of the social network who publicly spoke out against their ex-company, worked within the ?civic integrity? team, which brought together 300 employees covering the fight against disinformation, hateful content, political manipulation as well as election protection. ?Civic integrity? was dismantled in December 2020.

The “Facebook Files”, a dive into the workings of the “likes” machine

The ?Facebook Files? are several hundred internal Facebook documents copied by Frances Haugen, a specialist in algorithms, when she was an employee of the social network. They were provided to the US regulator and Congress, then transmitted by a US parliamentary source to several media, redacted from the personal information of Facebook employees. In Europe, these media are, besides The world, the German daily Southgerman newspaper, the WDR and NDR television channels, the Tamedia Group, Knack, Berlingske and OCCRP.

They show that Facebook is devoting more resources to limiting its damaging effects in the West, to the detriment of the rest of the world. They attest that these effects are known internally but the warning signals are not always taken into account. Finally, they prove that Facebook’s algorithms have become so complex that they sometimes seem to escape their own authors.

“Business integrity”, “pages integrity” … Gathered under the banner of “integrity”, these units have for mission to find ways to fight against the harmful uses of Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and to moderate the platforms as effectively as possible. forms of the American juggernaut. Some of them have been, since the end of 2020, grouped together in a new entity called ?central integrity?, and headed by the vice-president of Facebook, Guy Rosen.

Documents consulted by The world highlight the harsh criticisms formulated by members of these teams vis-à-vis the operation of the company and the limits to their field of action. ?I don’t think I can stay in good conscience: I think Facebook probably has a negative influence on politics in Western countries; I do not think that the management is in a good faith work to solve this problem ?, wrote in particular, in December 2020, a departing employee.

Questioned by the World and three other European media (Knack, Berlingske and Tamedia), the company did not wish to respond specifically to certain questions on the criticisms expressed by former employees. Facebook has highlighted its investments in the security and moderation of its platform. ?I am proud of the immense progress we have made. This progress is in large part due to the dedication of the team. [?integrity?] to continuously understand the difficulties, identify the shortcomings and apply solutions ?Guy Rosen said in a statement.

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By Florian Reynaud

Posted today at 1:00 p.m., updated at 3:09 p.m.

“It is not normal that a large number of people (?) leave saying ?FYI, we are actively making the world worse?. » This comment, published at the end of 2020 on Workplace, the internal discussion tool Facebook employees, resonates with many similar testimonials. ?In recent weeks, we have seen a number of departures of senior people in the integrity teams [un département chargé de superviser et de penser la modération au sein du réseau social] (?), all expressed specific criticisms on the limits of the impact of the work of these teams within Facebook ?, wrote, at the end of 2020, an employee whose name was anonymized.

Ask your questions : Has Facebook definitely escaped its creators?
Extract from one of the anonymized documents sent to the US Congress, and from a message posted on the internal employee discussion forum.

This post comes from internal Facebook documents collected by Frances Haugen, a former employee, and transmitted by a US parliamentary source to several media, including The world. The whistleblower, the latest in a long list of former employees of the social network who publicly spoke out against their ex-company, worked within the ?civic integrity? team, which brought together 300 employees covering the fight against disinformation, hateful content, political manipulation as well as election protection. ?Civic integrity? was dismantled in December 2020.

The “Facebook Files”, a dive into the workings of the “likes” machine

The ?Facebook Files? are several hundred internal Facebook documents copied by Frances Haugen, a specialist in algorithms, when she was an employee of the social network. They were provided to the US regulator and Congress, then transmitted by a US parliamentary source to several media, redacted from the personal information of Facebook employees. In Europe, these media are, besides The world, the German daily Southgerman newspaper, the WDR and NDR television channels, the Tamedia Group, Knack, Berlingske and OCCRP.

They show that Facebook is devoting more resources to limiting its damaging effects in the West, to the detriment of the rest of the world. They attest that these effects are known internally but the warning signals are not always taken into account. Finally, they prove that Facebook’s algorithms have become so complex that they sometimes seem to escape their own authors.

“Business integrity”, “pages integrity” … Gathered under the banner of “integrity”, these units have for mission to find ways to fight against the harmful uses of Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and to moderate the platforms as effectively as possible. forms of the American juggernaut. Some of them have been, since the end of 2020, grouped together in a new entity called ?central integrity?, and headed by the vice-president of Facebook, Guy Rosen.

Documents consulted by The world highlight the harsh criticisms formulated by members of these teams vis-à-vis the operation of the company and the limits to their field of action. ?I don’t think I can stay in good conscience: I think Facebook probably has a negative influence on politics in Western countries; I do not think that the management is in a good faith work to solve this problem ?, wrote in particular, in December 2020, a departing employee.

Questioned by the World and three other European media (Knack, Berlingske and Tamedia), the company did not wish to respond specifically to certain questions on the criticisms expressed by former employees. Facebook has highlighted its investments in the security and moderation of its platform. ?I am proud of the immense progress we have made. This progress is in large part due to the dedication of the team. [?integrity?] to continuously understand the difficulties, identify the shortcomings and apply solutions ?Guy Rosen said in a statement.

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Writer Christine Angot won the Medici Prize on Tuesday, October 26, for her novel The Journey to the East. In this book edited by Flammarion, the 62-year-old novelist looks back on the paternal incest of which she was a victim, a subject already treated in some of her previous novels.

Gathered in a restaurant in the Odeon district in Paris, the jury crowned the novelist for one of the most noticed books of the literary re-entry 2021. Very moved, she thanked the jury by saying: ” Its very important. “

Then questioned by the press, she said she was happy for those around her. “It really matters (?). That is to say that there are people who are there, who help you, who support you, who show that they are with you ?, she explained. ?When you write, you are absolutely alone and that’s fine, and that’s also what interests me in writing. But there are people who tell me: we are there, we hear, we read, we see, we understand, we support ?, she added. ?I’ve been supported for a very long time, actually. “ Christine Angot was also selected Tuesday among the four finalists for the Goncourt Prize, which will be awarded on November 3.

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Jonas Hassen Khemiri and Jukuta Alikavazovic honored

In the category of foreign novels, the prize was awarded to the Swede Jonas Hassen Khemiri for The paternal clause (The card clause, edited in French by Actes Sud), in which the novelist questions the links that ensure the cohesion of a family with humor.

?It was a surprise. It is a huge honor to have this award. Not only for the price, but for the book also the possibility of finding new readers ?, explained this novelist, of Tunisian father and Swedish mother, who writes in Swedish and speaks French fluently. This is the second prize in two days for the Actes Sud editions in foreign literature, after the Femina Monday for Madame Hayat by Turk Ahmet Altan.

Finally, Jakuta Alikavazovic won the Medici essay prize for Like a sky in us (Stock). This book – in a collection that tells the story of writers’ nights at the museum, in this case that of the Louvre – is an exploration of the personal history of the author, the daughter of exiles who arrived in Paris from Yugoslavia.

?It’s a book about a night, it’s also a book about a life. Perhaps two: that of my father, who arrived in France in the early 1970s, and mine, who was born in Paris at the end of the 1970s. And on the means he found ? and the Louvre is one of them ? to pass something on to me, which was not easy since he left his country, his family, his language, that we had to find common ground. This land is art ?, she told Agence France-Presse.

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Gathered in a restaurant in the Odeon district in Paris, the jury crowned the novelist for one of the most noticed books of the literary re-entry 2021. Very moved, she thanked the jury by saying: ” Its very important. “

Then questioned by the press, she said she was happy for those around her. “It really matters (?). That is to say that there are people who are there, who help you, who support you, who show that they are with you ?, she explained. ?When you write, you are absolutely alone and that’s fine, and that’s also what interests me in writing. But there are people who tell me: we are there, we hear, we read, we see, we understand, we support ?, she added. ?I’ve been supported for a very long time, actually. “ Christine Angot was also selected Tuesday among the four finalists for the Goncourt Prize, which will be awarded on November 3.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Le Voyage dans l’Est”, by Christine Angot: the literary series by Camille Laurens

Jonas Hassen Khemiri and Jukuta Alikavazovic honored

In the category of foreign novels, the prize was awarded to the Swede Jonas Hassen Khemiri for The paternal clause (The card clause, edited in French by Actes Sud), in which the novelist questions the links that ensure the cohesion of a family with humor.

?It was a surprise. It is a huge honor to have this award. Not only for the price, but for the book also the possibility of finding new readers ?, explained this novelist, of Tunisian father and Swedish mother, who writes in Swedish and speaks French fluently. This is the second prize in two days for the Actes Sud editions in foreign literature, after the Femina Monday for Madame Hayat by Turk Ahmet Altan.

Finally, Jakuta Alikavazovic won the Medici essay prize for Like a sky in us (Stock). This book – in a collection that tells the story of writers’ nights at the museum, in this case that of the Louvre – is an exploration of the personal history of the author, the daughter of exiles who arrived in Paris from Yugoslavia.

?It’s a book about a night, it’s also a book about a life. Perhaps two: that of my father, who arrived in France in the early 1970s, and mine, who was born in Paris at the end of the 1970s. And on the means he found ? and the Louvre is one of them ? to pass something on to me, which was not easy since he left his country, his family, his language, that we had to find common ground. This land is art ?, she told Agence France-Presse.

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Um welche ungewollten Komplikationen einer Impfung beziehungsweise einer SARS-CoV-2-Infektion geht es?

Angesehen hat sich das britische Forschungsteam im Fachmagazin “Nature Medicine” seltene neurologische Impfkomplikationen – zum Beispiel bestimmte Lähmungen und Schlaganfälle. Und zwar nach der ersten Impfung im Zeitfenster von Anfang Dezember 2020 bis Ende Mai 2021.

Das grundlegende Problem ist: Solche Vorfälle sind so selten, dass sie in den Zulassungsstudien nicht auffallen. Deshalb ist es wichtig, mit richtig großen Zahlen zu arbeiten. Das Team um Forschende der Universität Oxford hat Zahlen aus ganz England zur Verfügung gehabt – von über 32 Millionen Geimpften.

Diese Zahlen stammen aus einer Impfdatenbank des staatlichen Gesundheitssystems NHS. Darin finden sich das Impfdatum, der Impfstoff und die Dosis für alle Geimpften. Zusätzlich standen auch noch Daten aus Schottland zur Verfügung, die sie getrennt ausgewertet haben. Das haben die Forscher mit Krankenhausdaten abgeglichen. Das Besondere an dieser Untersuchung ist der Umfang der Daten, der ein sehr verlässliches Ergebnis verspricht.

(dpa/Patrick Pleul)Warum sich Menschen trotz Impfung mit dem Coronavirus infizieren 
Trotz vollständiger Impfung können sich Menschen mit dem Coronavirus infizieren und sogar erkranken. Man spricht dann von einem Impfdurchbruch. Je mehr Menschen geimpft sind, umso mehr wächst auch ihr Anteil an den Neuinfektionen.

Was ist dabei herausgekommen?

Neurologische Komplikationen nach einer Covid-19-Impfung sind sehr selten, aber es gibt sie. Zwei Signale konnten die britischen Forscher ausmachen: Die Impfung mit dem Vakzin von AstraZeneca konnten sie in Verbindung bringen mit einem höheren Risiko für das Guillain-Barré-Syndrom. Und nach einer Impfung mit dem Impfstoff von Pfizer/Biontech war ein erhöhtes Risiko für einen Schlaganfall durch Gehirnblutungen zu beobachten.

Die Forscher betonen, dass diese Ergebnisse keine Erklärung dafür liefern, wie es zu diesem Zusammenhang von Impfungen und Komplikationen kommt. Sie können also nicht sagen, was dabei im Körper genau geschieht. Sie sehen aber einen Zusammenhang in ihren Daten.

Was ist das Guillain-Barré-Syndrom (GBS)?

Das GBS äußert sich durch Lähmungen, die meistens in den Beinen beginnen, dann aber auch die Arme betreffen und das Gesicht ? in seltenen Fällen auch die Atemmuskulatur. GBS tritt in drei von vier Fällen nach bestimmten Infektionen auf. Dabei kommt es dann zu einer überschießenden Immunantwort. Dadurch werden die Hüllen bestimmter Nervenfasern angegriffen, so dass sie die Nervenimpulse nicht mehr gut leiten können.

Auch in Verbindung mit Covid-19 wurden GBS-Fälle beobachtet. Und es gab zuvor Berichte aus Indien oder Großbritannien, dass GBS nach einer Impfung gegen Covid-19 auftrat. Es bestand also bereits ein Verdacht. Das waren jedoch nur einzelne Fallberichte, keine groß angelegte Studie wie die aktuelle Veröffentlichung in “Nature Medicine”.

Bescheinigung über eine erfolgte, doppelte Corona-Schutzimpfung im Impfausweis und in der Coronawarnapp auf einem iPhone. (picture alliance / Goldmann | Goldmann) (picture alliance / Goldmann | Goldmann)Wie lange hält der Corona-Impfschutz?
Die Wirkung der Coronaimpfungen lässt mit der Zeit etwas nach. Deshalb bietet die Bundesregierung gefährdeten Gruppen eine dritte Dosis an. Wer bekommt die Auffrischungsimpfung und wann ist sie sinnvoll? Ein Überblick.

Wie groß ist das Risiko konkret?

In westlichen Ländern tritt das Guillain-Barré-Syndrom jährlich bei 100 bis 200 Personen pro zehn Millionen Menschen auf. Das ist der normale Durchschnittswert – ohne Covid-19-Erkrankung und ohne Impfung. Das britische Forschungsteam hat nun errechnet, wieviele Fälle zusätzlich dazukommen nach einer Impfung. Und sie sagen: Es sind 38 Fälle pro zehn Millionen mit AstraZeneca geimpfter Menschen. Absolut gesehen sind es sehr wenige Fälle, aber eben auch nicht keine.

Außerdem haben sie beim Impfstoff von Pfizer/Biontech gesehen, dass damit ein erhöhtes Risiko für Schlaganfälle durch Gehirnblutungen assoziiert ist. Das waren 60 Fälle pro 10 Millionen Geimpfter. Gezählt wurden in beiden Fällen nur Krankenhauseinweisungen. Das ist eine methodische Einschränkung. Es könnte sein, dass weniger schwere Fälle aufgetreten sind, die aber nicht in dieser Studie aufgetaucht sind.

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Wie frühere Infektionen mit harmlosen Erkältungs-Coronaviren die Reaktion auf SARS-CoV-2 beeinflussen, wird in Berlin erforscht. Das Immunsystem reagiere dann schneller, sagte der Forscher Andreas Thiel. Eine Kreuzimmunität schütze aber nicht vor einer Infektion.

Das Virus SARS-CoV-2 kann ebenfalls schwere neurologische Symptome auslösen. Liefert das britische Team auch hier handfeste Zahlen?

Ja, und die sind deutlich größer als im Fall der Impfung. Mit Blick auf das Guillain-Barré-Syndrom kommt es nach einer Infektion zu 145 zusätzlichen Fällen pro zehn Millionen Menschen, also viermal häufiger als mit einer Impfung.

Außerdem hat die Forschungsgruppe gefunden, dass eine SARS-CoV-2-Infektion das Risiko für weitere neurologische Symptome erhöht. Beispiele dafür sind: 123 zusätzliche Fälle pro zehn Millionen für Hirnhautentzündungen und Nervengewebsschädigung sowie 163 zusätzliche Fälle pro 10 Millionen für eine sogenannte myasthenische Störung, also eine gestörte Signalübertragung zwischen Nerv und Muskel. Bei all diesen Komplikationen konnte das Team keine Verbindung zur Impfung feststellen.

Also: Das Risiko nach einer Infektion ist größer als nach einer Impfung. Aber in beiden Fällen sind die absoluten Zahlen für eine neurologische Komplikation sehr niedrig.

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Um welche ungewollten Komplikationen einer Impfung beziehungsweise einer SARS-CoV-2-Infektion geht es?

Angesehen hat sich das britische Forschungsteam im Fachmagazin “Nature Medicine” seltene neurologische Impfkomplikationen – zum Beispiel bestimmte Lähmungen und Schlaganfälle. Und zwar nach der ersten Impfung im Zeitfenster von Anfang Dezember 2020 bis Ende Mai 2021.

Das grundlegende Problem ist: Solche Vorfälle sind so selten, dass sie in den Zulassungsstudien nicht auffallen. Deshalb ist es wichtig, mit richtig großen Zahlen zu arbeiten. Das Team um Forschende der Universität Oxford hat Zahlen aus ganz England zur Verfügung gehabt – von über 32 Millionen Geimpften.

Diese Zahlen stammen aus einer Impfdatenbank des staatlichen Gesundheitssystems NHS. Darin finden sich das Impfdatum, der Impfstoff und die Dosis für alle Geimpften. Zusätzlich standen auch noch Daten aus Schottland zur Verfügung, die sie getrennt ausgewertet haben. Das haben die Forscher mit Krankenhausdaten abgeglichen. Das Besondere an dieser Untersuchung ist der Umfang der Daten, der ein sehr verlässliches Ergebnis verspricht.

(dpa/Patrick Pleul)Warum sich Menschen trotz Impfung mit dem Coronavirus infizieren 
Trotz vollständiger Impfung können sich Menschen mit dem Coronavirus infizieren und sogar erkranken. Man spricht dann von einem Impfdurchbruch. Je mehr Menschen geimpft sind, umso mehr wächst auch ihr Anteil an den Neuinfektionen.

Was ist dabei herausgekommen?

Neurologische Komplikationen nach einer Covid-19-Impfung sind sehr selten, aber es gibt sie. Zwei Signale konnten die britischen Forscher ausmachen: Die Impfung mit dem Vakzin von AstraZeneca konnten sie in Verbindung bringen mit einem höheren Risiko für das Guillain-Barré-Syndrom. Und nach einer Impfung mit dem Impfstoff von Pfizer/Biontech war ein erhöhtes Risiko für einen Schlaganfall durch Gehirnblutungen zu beobachten.

Die Forscher betonen, dass diese Ergebnisse keine Erklärung dafür liefern, wie es zu diesem Zusammenhang von Impfungen und Komplikationen kommt. Sie können also nicht sagen, was dabei im Körper genau geschieht. Sie sehen aber einen Zusammenhang in ihren Daten.

Was ist das Guillain-Barré-Syndrom (GBS)?

Das GBS äußert sich durch Lähmungen, die meistens in den Beinen beginnen, dann aber auch die Arme betreffen und das Gesicht ? in seltenen Fällen auch die Atemmuskulatur. GBS tritt in drei von vier Fällen nach bestimmten Infektionen auf. Dabei kommt es dann zu einer überschießenden Immunantwort. Dadurch werden die Hüllen bestimmter Nervenfasern angegriffen, so dass sie die Nervenimpulse nicht mehr gut leiten können.

Auch in Verbindung mit Covid-19 wurden GBS-Fälle beobachtet. Und es gab zuvor Berichte aus Indien oder Großbritannien, dass GBS nach einer Impfung gegen Covid-19 auftrat. Es bestand also bereits ein Verdacht. Das waren jedoch nur einzelne Fallberichte, keine groß angelegte Studie wie die aktuelle Veröffentlichung in “Nature Medicine”.

Bescheinigung über eine erfolgte, doppelte Corona-Schutzimpfung im Impfausweis und in der Coronawarnapp auf einem iPhone. (picture alliance / Goldmann | Goldmann) (picture alliance / Goldmann | Goldmann)Wie lange hält der Corona-Impfschutz?
Die Wirkung der Coronaimpfungen lässt mit der Zeit etwas nach. Deshalb bietet die Bundesregierung gefährdeten Gruppen eine dritte Dosis an. Wer bekommt die Auffrischungsimpfung und wann ist sie sinnvoll? Ein Überblick.

Wie groß ist das Risiko konkret?

In westlichen Ländern tritt das Guillain-Barré-Syndrom jährlich bei 100 bis 200 Personen pro zehn Millionen Menschen auf. Das ist der normale Durchschnittswert – ohne Covid-19-Erkrankung und ohne Impfung. Das britische Forschungsteam hat nun errechnet, wieviele Fälle zusätzlich dazukommen nach einer Impfung. Und sie sagen: Es sind 38 Fälle pro zehn Millionen mit AstraZeneca geimpfter Menschen. Absolut gesehen sind es sehr wenige Fälle, aber eben auch nicht keine.

Außerdem haben sie beim Impfstoff von Pfizer/Biontech gesehen, dass damit ein erhöhtes Risiko für Schlaganfälle durch Gehirnblutungen assoziiert ist. Das waren 60 Fälle pro 10 Millionen Geimpfter. Gezählt wurden in beiden Fällen nur Krankenhauseinweisungen. Das ist eine methodische Einschränkung. Es könnte sein, dass weniger schwere Fälle aufgetreten sind, die aber nicht in dieser Studie aufgetaucht sind.

  (www.imago-images.de/Daniel Schäfer) (www.imago-images.de/Daniel Schäfer)Wie harmlose Corona-Erkältungsviren nützlich werden können
Wie frühere Infektionen mit harmlosen Erkältungs-Coronaviren die Reaktion auf SARS-CoV-2 beeinflussen, wird in Berlin erforscht. Das Immunsystem reagiere dann schneller, sagte der Forscher Andreas Thiel. Eine Kreuzimmunität schütze aber nicht vor einer Infektion.

Das Virus SARS-CoV-2 kann ebenfalls schwere neurologische Symptome auslösen. Liefert das britische Team auch hier handfeste Zahlen?

Ja, und die sind deutlich größer als im Fall der Impfung. Mit Blick auf das Guillain-Barré-Syndrom kommt es nach einer Infektion zu 145 zusätzlichen Fällen pro zehn Millionen Menschen, also viermal häufiger als mit einer Impfung.

Außerdem hat die Forschungsgruppe gefunden, dass eine SARS-CoV-2-Infektion das Risiko für weitere neurologische Symptome erhöht. Beispiele dafür sind: 123 zusätzliche Fälle pro zehn Millionen für Hirnhautentzündungen und Nervengewebsschädigung sowie 163 zusätzliche Fälle pro 10 Millionen für eine sogenannte myasthenische Störung, also eine gestörte Signalübertragung zwischen Nerv und Muskel. Bei all diesen Komplikationen konnte das Team keine Verbindung zur Impfung feststellen.

Also: Das Risiko nach einer Infektion ist größer als nach einer Impfung. Aber in beiden Fällen sind die absoluten Zahlen für eine neurologische Komplikation sehr niedrig.

[date_timestamp] => 1635255848 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Honest pop generation Z: Conan Gray will come to Prague for the first time [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/honest-pop-generation-z-conan-gray-will-come-to-prague-for-the-first-time/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/honest-pop-generation-z-conan-gray-will-come-to-prague-for-the-first-time/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Tue, 26 Oct 2021 13:28:59 +0000 [category] => MusicConancsdvdgénérationGrayhonestmusicserverpopPragueReviewTime [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/honest-pop-generation-z-conan-gray-will-come-to-prague-for-the-first-time/ [description] => Conan Gray, the pop king of Generation Z, a favorite of Taylor Swift and Sir Elton John and the author of the viral hits “Heather” and “Maniac”, is finally embarking on a long-planned world tour. This will stop on May 14, 2022 in the Karlín Forum in Prague. Australian musician and rapper Mallrat will perform ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Conan Gray, the pop king of Generation Z, a favorite of Taylor Swift and Sir Elton John and the author of the viral hits “Heather” and “Maniac”, is finally embarking on a long-planned world tour. This will stop on May 14, 2022 in the Karlín Forum in Prague. Australian musician and rapper Mallrat will perform with him. Concert tickets (CZK 790) will be on sale from October 29, 2021 in the Ticketmaster network. Before Conan Gray began releasing his own songs, millions of fans knew him as a youtuber who focused mainly on cover versions of more famous hits. Even then, many called him an emerging superstar and praised his authenticity and originality. He also demonstrated these at last year’s debut “Kid Krow”, which debuted at number five on the US album charts and occupied first place on the pop charts. Conan Gray has become the most successful debutant of the last two years and has joined artists such as Billie Eilish and Shawn Mendes. Enthusiastic responses came not only from the fans, but also from the media, led by Vogue and The Fader magazines. No wonder he immediately appeared in prime time shows on shows such as Late Night with Seth Meyers and The Late Late Show with James Corden. Taylor Swift even described the song “Astronomy” from the upcoming second album as a masterpiece, and her fans include Sir Elton John, who publicly congratulated Gray on his authorial achievements. The song “People Watching” has collected almost a hundred million plays since the summer, and NPR wrote about it: “It’s liberating to hear that others feel things that you think you’re just experiencing.” Conan also recently starred in Olivia Rodrigo’s clip for “Sour Prom.” Along with the announcement of the world tour, Gray is going to release a new song “Telepath”, which fans will hear on October 29. They can look forward to the most pompous refrain he has ever written. Star producers Julia Michaels (Justin Bieber, Gwen Stefani), Illya (Ariana Grande, Jennifer Loper) and Caroline Ailin also took part in the song.

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Conan Gray, the pop king of Generation Z, a favorite of Taylor Swift and Sir Elton John and the author of the viral hits “Heather” and “Maniac”, is finally embarking on a long-planned world tour. This will stop on May 14, 2022 in the Karlín Forum in Prague. Australian musician and rapper Mallrat will perform with him. Concert tickets (CZK 790) will be on sale from October 29, 2021 in the Ticketmaster network. Before Conan Gray began releasing his own songs, millions of fans knew him as a youtuber who focused mainly on cover versions of more famous hits. Even then, many called him an emerging superstar and praised his authenticity and originality. He also demonstrated these at last year’s debut “Kid Krow”, which debuted at number five on the US album charts and occupied first place on the pop charts. Conan Gray has become the most successful debutant of the last two years and has joined artists such as Billie Eilish and Shawn Mendes. Enthusiastic responses came not only from the fans, but also from the media, led by Vogue and The Fader magazines. No wonder he immediately appeared in prime time shows on shows such as Late Night with Seth Meyers and The Late Late Show with James Corden. Taylor Swift even described the song “Astronomy” from the upcoming second album as a masterpiece, and her fans include Sir Elton John, who publicly congratulated Gray on his authorial achievements. The song “People Watching” has collected almost a hundred million plays since the summer, and NPR wrote about it: “It’s liberating to hear that others feel things that you think you’re just experiencing.” Conan also recently starred in Olivia Rodrigo’s clip for “Sour Prom.” Along with the announcement of the world tour, Gray is going to release a new song “Telepath”, which fans will hear on October 29. They can look forward to the most pompous refrain he has ever written. Star producers Julia Michaels (Justin Bieber, Gwen Stefani), Illya (Ariana Grande, Jennifer Loper) and Caroline Ailin also took part in the song.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635254939 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => DNA Script raises 142 million euros to democratize access to synthetic DNA in laboratories [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/dna-script-raises-142-million-euros-to-democratize-access-to-synthetic-dna-in-laboratories/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/dna-script-raises-142-million-euros-to-democratize-access-to-synthetic-dna-in-laboratories/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 26 Oct 2021 13:06:56 +0000 [category] => MoneyaccessdemocratizeDNAeuroslaboratoriesmillionraisesscriptSynthetic [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/dna-script-raises-142-million-euros-to-democratize-access-to-synthetic-dna-in-laboratories/ [description] => Thomas Ybert, one of the founders of DNA Script, poses in front of the DNA printer, on the company’s premises, at the Kremlin-Bicêtre, August 28, 2020. ERIC PIERMONT / AFP It’s a great success for DNA Script. While the nuggets of French biotech often struggle to raise sums beyond 50 million euros to fuel their ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

It’s a great success for DNA Script. While the nuggets of French biotech often struggle to raise sums beyond 50 million euros to fuel their growth, the Ile-de-France company announces, Tuesday, October 26, a round table for an amount of 142 million euros. ‘euros. In addition to historical investors (Bpifrance, Kurma Partners, LSP, Illumina, etc.), biotech has succeeded in attracting several American funds, including the global giant Fidelity.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Synthetic DNA, the Swiss Army Knife of the future

What to give wings to the young shoot (130 employees), founded in 2014 by three former Total, Thomas Ybert, Sylvain Gariel and Xavier Godron. The trio of engineers hope to revolutionize the multi-billion dollar synthetic DNA manufacturing market over the next few years. This DNA is used in particular in health research to develop and test new therapies (cell, gene, etc.), vaccines or drugs, but also in the development of diagnostics and treatments in the context of precision medicine.

Like a mini-oven

Today, this DNA is manufactured outside laboratories by service providers who produce it by chemical synthesis. ?This is a forty-year-old method, which requires not only the use of chemical reagents that are dangerous and harmful to the environment and health, but also to have experts in this process, which is why this activity has was very quickly outsourced ?, explains Thomas Ybert, president of DNA Script. With a downside, according to the boss of biotech: once the order has been placed, delivery times are very variable, ?Up to several weeks, depending on the case?. Time wasted for laboratories, forced to put their projects on hold until they receive synthetic DNA.

To remedy this, the biotech has developed a DNA printer that looks like a mini-oven to allow researchers to manufacture synthetic DNA directly at their bench. Biotech innovation lies above all at the heart of the machine, in the DNA manufacturing process used. The company has developed another production method, protected by numerous patents, based on enzymatic synthesis technology, and not chemical, as is the practice. ?With this system, all they have to do is write the lines of DNA codes into the software and press the button. In a few hours, they will have the synthetic DNA they need for their projects. In terms of speed, it’s unbeatable ?, details Thomas Ybert.

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It’s a great success for DNA Script. While the nuggets of French biotech often struggle to raise sums beyond 50 million euros to fuel their growth, the Ile-de-France company announces, Tuesday, October 26, a round table for an amount of 142 million euros. ‘euros. In addition to historical investors (Bpifrance, Kurma Partners, LSP, Illumina, etc.), biotech has succeeded in attracting several American funds, including the global giant Fidelity.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Synthetic DNA, the Swiss Army Knife of the future

What to give wings to the young shoot (130 employees), founded in 2014 by three former Total, Thomas Ybert, Sylvain Gariel and Xavier Godron. The trio of engineers hope to revolutionize the multi-billion dollar synthetic DNA manufacturing market over the next few years. This DNA is used in particular in health research to develop and test new therapies (cell, gene, etc.), vaccines or drugs, but also in the development of diagnostics and treatments in the context of precision medicine.

Like a mini-oven

Today, this DNA is manufactured outside laboratories by service providers who produce it by chemical synthesis. ?This is a forty-year-old method, which requires not only the use of chemical reagents that are dangerous and harmful to the environment and health, but also to have experts in this process, which is why this activity has was very quickly outsourced ?, explains Thomas Ybert, president of DNA Script. With a downside, according to the boss of biotech: once the order has been placed, delivery times are very variable, ?Up to several weeks, depending on the case?. Time wasted for laboratories, forced to put their projects on hold until they receive synthetic DNA.

To remedy this, the biotech has developed a DNA printer that looks like a mini-oven to allow researchers to manufacture synthetic DNA directly at their bench. Biotech innovation lies above all at the heart of the machine, in the DNA manufacturing process used. The company has developed another production method, protected by numerous patents, based on enzymatic synthesis technology, and not chemical, as is the practice. ?With this system, all they have to do is write the lines of DNA codes into the software and press the button. In a few hours, they will have the synthetic DNA they need for their projects. In terms of speed, it’s unbeatable ?, details Thomas Ybert.

You have 31.22% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

[date_timestamp] => 1635253616 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Dutch justice orders return of Crimean archaeological treasures to Ukraine [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/dutch-justice-orders-return-of-crimean-archaeological-treasures-to-ukraine/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/dutch-justice-orders-return-of-crimean-archaeological-treasures-to-ukraine/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Tue, 26 Oct 2021 12:44:58 +0000 [category] => InternationalArchaeologicalCrimeanDutchjusticeordersreturnTreasuresUkraine [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/dutch-justice-orders-return-of-crimean-archaeological-treasures-to-ukraine/ [description] => A piece from the ?Treasures of Crimea?, loaned to a Dutch museum in 2016 by Crimea, a region of Ukraine since annexed by Moscow. PETER DEJONG / AP In the Netherlands, justice ordered on appeal, Tuesday October 26, the return to Ukraine of a collection of archaeological treasures, loaned by Crimea to a museum in ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In the Netherlands, justice ordered on appeal, Tuesday October 26, the return to Ukraine of a collection of archaeological treasures, loaned by Crimea to a museum in Amsterdam shortly before the annexation of this Ukrainian peninsula by Moscow in 2014. ?The Amsterdam Court of Appeal ordered the Allard Pierson Museum to hand over to the Ukrainian State the ?Crimean treasures? », decided the judges.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday welcomed a “Long-awaited victory”. Saying to himself on Twitter ” grateful “ for this “Fair decision”, Mr. Zelensky added that Ukraine “Always get back what belongs to him”, ensuring that after these treasures Kiev “Will recover the Crimea”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Scythian gold, victim of conflict between Moscow and Kiev

In November 2014, four museums in Crimea launched a joint legal action to force the Allard Pierson Museum, archaeological museum of the University of Amsterdam, to return works loaned for the exhibition “The Crimea: gold and secrets of the black Sea “. In 2016, a Dutch court ruled that these archaeological treasures should be returned to Ukraine, explaining that Crimea was not considered an autonomous state.

The museum “between a rock and a hard place”

The Crimean museums then appealed the judgment, arguing that the gold belonged to this region. In 2019, the Amsterdam Court of Appeal stressed that it needed more time to rule. As for the treasures, they were, in the meantime, kept in a “Safe place” by the Allard Pierson Museum. The rich collection of objects, dating from the second century AD until the early Middle Ages, was on loan to this museum less than a month before Russia’s annexation of Crimea, after a military intervention followed by a referendum of attachment deemed illegal by Kiev and the West.

Torn between Ukraine and Crimea, both of which demanded the return of the objects, the Allard Pierson Museum was taken ” between the devil and the deep sea “, had estimated the Dutch court in 2016. Its judgment had caused the anger of Moscow and the joy of Petro Poroshenko, then president of Ukraine. According to him, the decision meant that “Not only is Scythian gold Ukrainian, but also Crimea is Ukrainian”.

Another piece from the ?Treasures of Crimea?, photographed in April 2014.
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It was therefore for the Amsterdam Court of Appeal to decide. Since the case does not appear to be covered by Dutch or European laws, nor to be linked to world heritage as defined by Unesco, it was now, according to this jurisdiction, to “Decide who has the strongest rights”. Andreï Malguine, the director of the Tavrida Museum in Simferopol, one of the four establishments in Crimea to have initiated the legal action, had meanwhile accused the Dutch justice of “Hang out” the trial.

?This question is very complicated. We would of course like our collection to be back in his house ?, for his part declared in September the spokesman of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov. “We not only collect museum pieces”, but also “Relics testifying to our millennial history”, for his part commented Tuesday, in a video, the head of the Ukrainian diplomacy, Dmytro Kuleba. During the trial, “All Russian falsifications and manipulations” resulted in a « fiasco », he concluded.

The World with AFP

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In the Netherlands, justice ordered on appeal, Tuesday October 26, the return to Ukraine of a collection of archaeological treasures, loaned by Crimea to a museum in Amsterdam shortly before the annexation of this Ukrainian peninsula by Moscow in 2014. ?The Amsterdam Court of Appeal ordered the Allard Pierson Museum to hand over to the Ukrainian State the ?Crimean treasures? », decided the judges.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday welcomed a “Long-awaited victory”. Saying to himself on Twitter ” grateful “ for this “Fair decision”, Mr. Zelensky added that Ukraine “Always get back what belongs to him”, ensuring that after these treasures Kiev “Will recover the Crimea”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Scythian gold, victim of conflict between Moscow and Kiev

In November 2014, four museums in Crimea launched a joint legal action to force the Allard Pierson Museum, archaeological museum of the University of Amsterdam, to return works loaned for the exhibition “The Crimea: gold and secrets of the black Sea “. In 2016, a Dutch court ruled that these archaeological treasures should be returned to Ukraine, explaining that Crimea was not considered an autonomous state.

The museum “between a rock and a hard place”

The Crimean museums then appealed the judgment, arguing that the gold belonged to this region. In 2019, the Amsterdam Court of Appeal stressed that it needed more time to rule. As for the treasures, they were, in the meantime, kept in a “Safe place” by the Allard Pierson Museum. The rich collection of objects, dating from the second century AD until the early Middle Ages, was on loan to this museum less than a month before Russia’s annexation of Crimea, after a military intervention followed by a referendum of attachment deemed illegal by Kiev and the West.

Torn between Ukraine and Crimea, both of which demanded the return of the objects, the Allard Pierson Museum was taken ” between the devil and the deep sea “, had estimated the Dutch court in 2016. Its judgment had caused the anger of Moscow and the joy of Petro Poroshenko, then president of Ukraine. According to him, the decision meant that “Not only is Scythian gold Ukrainian, but also Crimea is Ukrainian”.

Another piece from the ?Treasures of Crimea?, photographed in April 2014.
Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Travel to Vladimir Putin’s showcase region

It was therefore for the Amsterdam Court of Appeal to decide. Since the case does not appear to be covered by Dutch or European laws, nor to be linked to world heritage as defined by Unesco, it was now, according to this jurisdiction, to “Decide who has the strongest rights”. Andreï Malguine, the director of the Tavrida Museum in Simferopol, one of the four establishments in Crimea to have initiated the legal action, had meanwhile accused the Dutch justice of “Hang out” the trial.

?This question is very complicated. We would of course like our collection to be back in his house ?, for his part declared in September the spokesman of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov. “We not only collect museum pieces”, but also “Relics testifying to our millennial history”, for his part commented Tuesday, in a video, the head of the Ukrainian diplomacy, Dmytro Kuleba. During the trial, “All Russian falsifications and manipulations” resulted in a « fiasco », he concluded.

The World with AFP

[date_timestamp] => 1635252298 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Nanoracks, Voyager and Lockheed Martin plan commercial space station ? TechCrunch [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/nanoracks-voyager-and-lockheed-martin-plan-commercial-space-station-techcrunch/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/nanoracks-voyager-and-lockheed-martin-plan-commercial-space-station-techcrunch/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Tue, 26 Oct 2021 12:31:08 +0000 [category] => SpacecommercialLockheedMartinNanoracksplanspacestationTechCrunchVoyager [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/nanoracks-voyager-and-lockheed-martin-plan-commercial-space-station-techcrunch/ [description] => Hello and welcome back to Max Q. The era of commercial space stations is here. Read on for news from Nanoracks, Voyager and Lockheed Martin on their plans to launch a space station in 2027, plus news on SpaceX?s Starship. Tips, opinions, criticism, thoughts? Email me at aria.techcrunch@gmail.com or find me on Twitter at @breadfrom. ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Hello and welcome back to Max Q. The era of commercial space stations is here. Read on for news from Nanoracks, Voyager and Lockheed Martin on their plans to launch a space station in 2027, plus news on SpaceX?s Starship.

Tips, opinions, criticism, thoughts? Email me at aria.techcrunch@gmail.com or find me on Twitter at @breadfrom.

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The next chapter of the new space economy: Destinations

I spoke with Voyager Space Holdings CEO Dylan Taylor, Nanoracks CEO Jeffrey Manber and Lisa Callahan, Lockheed Martin?s VP of commercial civil space, to discuss the companies? plans to launch a commercial space station in 2027.

?NASA as a customer has unleashed this extraordinary revolution in space transportation,? Manber said. ?Building on the success that NASA had with cargo, building on the success of commercial crew, one can anticipate that with the markets interested in space, we?re going to see the same thing with smaller private space stations.?

Starlab, a commercial low Earth orbit space station is being planned for use by 2027. Image Credits: Nanoracks

Starship fires up as SpaceX awaits regulatory approval

For the first time, SpaceX completed two test firings of its Raptor vacuum engines while they were attached to a Starship rocket. CEO Elon Musk later said the next-gen, heavy-lift rocket will be ready for its first orbital launch attempt next month, pending approval from regulators.

SpaceX still needs approval from the Federal Aviation Administration before it can attempt to send a fully stacked version of its Starship and Super Heavy booster to orbit. This past week, the regulator heard public comment in two separate sessions on its draft environmental assessment of the proposed launch site, a normal part of the licensing process. It?s unclear when the FAA is likely to release a final decision on the license. The public comment period on the draft EA is open until November 1.

NASA and Boeing: Starliner grounded until first half of 2022

The beleaguered Starliner spacecraft will not fly until sometime during the first half of next year at the earliest, NASA and Boeing executives confirmed. While Boeing is still unable to identify the root cause of why 13 of the 24 valves in the propulsion system remained stuck in the closed position during routine pre-mission activities, the company is suspecting Florida humidity and corrosion as the main culprit.

Boeing emphasized during a media briefing that it had conducted multiple tests on these valves prior to Starliner making it to the launch pad, and yet it still didn?t catch the issue. Nevertheless, NASA?s manager of the Commercial Crew program Steve Stich said the agency maintains ?every confidence that Boeing will be flying crew soon.

?We?ll get this problem solved and then we?ll have two space transportation systems like we want, with Boeing and SpaceX both flying [ ? ] I have no reason to believe Boeing won?t be successful.?

Image Credits: NASA/Getty Images

Senate committee to NASA: Pick two developers for lunar lander program

Senators have directed NASA to select two teams to develop lunar landers under the Human Landing System program, according to a draft appropriations bill for the agency?s fiscal year 2022 budget. The catch? They?re only giving the agency an additional $100 million to do so.

NASA has maintained that it selected SpaceX ? and only SpaceX ? to develop a lander because it submitted the lowest-cost bid: only $2.9 billion, compared to the price tags of Blue Origin?s proposal ($5.9 billion) and Dynetics ($9 billion). Given the significant difference in cost between the three proposals, it?s unclear how the Senate?s increase to the HLS program ? which is only $100 million ? will enable NASA to select an additional team.

Image Credits: Blue Origin

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Join us at TC Sessions: Space in December

Last year we held our first dedicated space event, and it went so well that we decided to host it again in 2021. This year, it?s happening December 14 and 15, and it?s once again going to be an entirely virtual conference, so people from all over the world will be able to join ? and you can, too.

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Hello and welcome back to Max Q. The era of commercial space stations is here. Read on for news from Nanoracks, Voyager and Lockheed Martin on their plans to launch a space station in 2027, plus news on SpaceX?s Starship.

Tips, opinions, criticism, thoughts? Email me at aria.techcrunch@gmail.com or find me on Twitter at @breadfrom.

Don?t forget to sign up to get the free newsletter version of Max Q delivered to your inbox.

The next chapter of the new space economy: Destinations

I spoke with Voyager Space Holdings CEO Dylan Taylor, Nanoracks CEO Jeffrey Manber and Lisa Callahan, Lockheed Martin?s VP of commercial civil space, to discuss the companies? plans to launch a commercial space station in 2027.

?NASA as a customer has unleashed this extraordinary revolution in space transportation,? Manber said. ?Building on the success that NASA had with cargo, building on the success of commercial crew, one can anticipate that with the markets interested in space, we?re going to see the same thing with smaller private space stations.?

Starlab, a commercial low Earth orbit space station is being planned for use by 2027. Image Credits: Nanoracks

Starship fires up as SpaceX awaits regulatory approval

For the first time, SpaceX completed two test firings of its Raptor vacuum engines while they were attached to a Starship rocket. CEO Elon Musk later said the next-gen, heavy-lift rocket will be ready for its first orbital launch attempt next month, pending approval from regulators.

SpaceX still needs approval from the Federal Aviation Administration before it can attempt to send a fully stacked version of its Starship and Super Heavy booster to orbit. This past week, the regulator heard public comment in two separate sessions on its draft environmental assessment of the proposed launch site, a normal part of the licensing process. It?s unclear when the FAA is likely to release a final decision on the license. The public comment period on the draft EA is open until November 1.

NASA and Boeing: Starliner grounded until first half of 2022

The beleaguered Starliner spacecraft will not fly until sometime during the first half of next year at the earliest, NASA and Boeing executives confirmed. While Boeing is still unable to identify the root cause of why 13 of the 24 valves in the propulsion system remained stuck in the closed position during routine pre-mission activities, the company is suspecting Florida humidity and corrosion as the main culprit.

Boeing emphasized during a media briefing that it had conducted multiple tests on these valves prior to Starliner making it to the launch pad, and yet it still didn?t catch the issue. Nevertheless, NASA?s manager of the Commercial Crew program Steve Stich said the agency maintains ?every confidence that Boeing will be flying crew soon.

?We?ll get this problem solved and then we?ll have two space transportation systems like we want, with Boeing and SpaceX both flying [ ? ] I have no reason to believe Boeing won?t be successful.?

Image Credits: NASA/Getty Images

Senate committee to NASA: Pick two developers for lunar lander program

Senators have directed NASA to select two teams to develop lunar landers under the Human Landing System program, according to a draft appropriations bill for the agency?s fiscal year 2022 budget. The catch? They?re only giving the agency an additional $100 million to do so.

NASA has maintained that it selected SpaceX ? and only SpaceX ? to develop a lander because it submitted the lowest-cost bid: only $2.9 billion, compared to the price tags of Blue Origin?s proposal ($5.9 billion) and Dynetics ($9 billion). Given the significant difference in cost between the three proposals, it?s unclear how the Senate?s increase to the HLS program ? which is only $100 million ? will enable NASA to select an additional team.

Image Credits: Blue Origin

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Join us at TC Sessions: Space in December

Last year we held our first dedicated space event, and it went so well that we decided to host it again in 2021. This year, it?s happening December 14 and 15, and it?s once again going to be an entirely virtual conference, so people from all over the world will be able to join ? and you can, too.

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