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Bibi1581 Blog 12/02/2018: Morning Edition

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1…………> Food For Cold Winter Days: 10 Recipes


The urge to hibernate and tuck into comfort foods takes over during a time of the year that coincides with a drop in energy levels that can leave you wanting to reach for easy options and takeaways. A selection of recipes that take minimal preparation and are lighter on shopping and washing up are intending to bringing your family together for cozy, nourishing meals that’ll see you through the winter chill.



2…………> Paris Is Burning: What’s Next


“No cause justifies that authorities are attacked, that businesses are plundered, that passers-by or journalists are threatened or that the Arc de Triomphe is defiled,” the President of the Islamic Sheikdom of France, Grand Rabbinical Ayatollah Emanuel Macron warned.

He said those responsible did not want change but instead intended to “wreak chaos” as he responded to the day’s events from the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, saying the protests “had absolutely nothing to do with a peaceful demonstration of legitimate unhappiness or discontent.”

Protesters climbed-up the Arc de Triomphe in central Paris, as clashes with riot police continued during the third weekend of “yellow vest” rallies, with tear gas, stun grenades and water cannon were employed on the Champs-Elysées, while masked protesters hurled projectiles and set buildings on fire. At least 110 people were injured, including 17 members of the security forces, and 270 arrests were made during the protests over fuel tax have grown into general anger at higher living costs. President Emmanuel Macron says his fuel policies are needed to combat global warming.


3…………> A Life Of Duty, Honor & Patriotism: George H.W.Bush


The American Nation is mourning the passing of the former President Mr.George H.W. Bush, a man of “the greatest generation” who narrowly avoided beheading at the hands of his Japanese captors after his plane was shot down in the Pacific theatre in 1944. Now, some seventy years later, President Trump is sending Air Force 1 to bring his casket to D.C. for a State funeral.



4…………> Sun Spots Cycles: LNG Correlation?


Scientists have inferred that the number of sunspots on the sun cycle over time, with a peak number, called the Solar Maximum, occurring approximately every 11 years, resulting in colder winters in the Northern hemisphere.

“I was a real skeptic on the impact of solar cycles and sunspots,” Todd Crawford, the senior meteorological scientist at IBM’s The Weather Co., admitted recently. However, after studying cold winter patterns, he was “on board,” he said the outlet.

“They appear dark because they are cooler than other parts of the Sun’s surface they form at areas where magnetic fields are particularly strong. These magnetic fields are so strong that they keep some of the heat within the sun from reaching the surface,” NASA’s website adds.

The new theory gaining traction among commercial meteorologists and hedge fund investors suggests that sunspots on the sun’s surface could provide insight into natural gas prices. 



 5…………> Bangaladeshy Smuggler: Mexico


“Protecting our country from illegal immigration and the national security threat it poses is a priority for the Department of Justice. The Criminal Division is dedicated to working with our law enforcement partners both here and abroad to disrupt the flow of illegal aliens into the United States, and bring those who facilitate their travel to justice,” that is how Assistant Attorney General Benczkowski described the criminal activities of a Bangladeshi national residing in Monterrey, Mexico.

Moktar Hossain, 30  was arrested yesterday on arrival at George Bush Intercontinental Airport to face a criminal indictment issued in the Laredo Division of the Southern District of Texas for his role in a scheme to smuggle aliens from Mexico into the United States. 


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