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China landed a spacecraft on Mars for the first time in May 2021 in the Tianwen-1 mission, becoming the second country in the world to land and operate a rover on the Red Planet. PolyU researchers played a vital role in the mission, in collaboration with the China Academy of Space Technology. Professor Wu Bo, from the Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics, and his team identified safe landing sites using advanced topographic mapping and geomorphological analysis technologies. Meanwhile, Professor Yung Kai-leung, Sir Sze-yuen Chung Professor in Precision Engineering, and Associate Head of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, led a team to develop a sophisticated space instrument, the “Mars Landing Surveillance Camera (Mars Camera)” for capturing images of the planet and monitor the status of the Zhurong Mars rover.

Selection of a landing site on Mars

Landing on Mars is a challenging endeavour due to several reasons, such as the complicated Martian surface, the very thin atmosphere as well as possible dust storms. It is therefore of paramount importance to select a landing site that is safe and of scientific significance. From 2017-2020, Professor Wu led a team to carry out global-scale analysis and evaluation to help shortlist three candidate landing regions, namely the Amazonis Planitia, Chryse Planitia, and Utopia Planitia. The team further conducted detailed topographic and geomorphological mapping and analysis of the candidate landing regions, including their elevations, slopes, rock abundances, crater densities, and geological contexts. As a result of the evaluation, a region in the southern Utopia Planitia, the largest recognised impact basin in the northern hemisphere of Mars, was selected as the target landing region.

Development of the Mars Camera

With a wealth of experience in developing sophisticated space instruments, Professor Yung has led a team to undertake the research, design and manufacturing of the Mars Camera since 2017 and successfully completed and delivered the Mars Camera with the corresponding space qualification experiments in less than three years. The Mars Camera is located on the outside top surface of the lander platform, for monitoring the landing status, the surrounding environment of Mars and the movements of the Zhurong rover with respect to the unfolding and status of the solar panels and antennae.

Research Centre for Deep Space Explorations

PolyU has been deeply involved in China’s lunar and Mars missions. To conduct in-depth research into different aspects of aerospace technology, PolyU recently established the Research Centre for Deep Space Explorations. The Centre brings together experts from different fields, such as geology, remote sensing, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, and physics, pushing the frontiers of research to achieve high-impact innovation.

Prof Wu Bo (left) helped identify possible landing regions with advanced topographic mapping and geomorphological analysis technologies. Prof Yung Kai-leung developed a sophisticated space instrument, the “Mars Landing Surveillance Camera”, for capturing images of the surroundings of the Red Planet and monitoring the status of the Zhurong Mars rover.

“Mars Landing Surveillance Camera (Mars Camera)”

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Selection of a landing site on Mars

Landing on Mars is a challenging endeavour due to several reasons, such as the complicated Martian surface, the very thin atmosphere as well as possible dust storms. It is therefore of paramount importance to select a landing site that is safe and of scientific significance. From 2017-2020, Professor Wu led a team to carry out global-scale analysis and evaluation to help shortlist three candidate landing regions, namely the Amazonis Planitia, Chryse Planitia, and Utopia Planitia. The team further conducted detailed topographic and geomorphological mapping and analysis of the candidate landing regions, including their elevations, slopes, rock abundances, crater densities, and geological contexts. As a result of the evaluation, a region in the southern Utopia Planitia, the largest recognised impact basin in the northern hemisphere of Mars, was selected as the target landing region.

Development of the Mars Camera

With a wealth of experience in developing sophisticated space instruments, Professor Yung has led a team to undertake the research, design and manufacturing of the Mars Camera since 2017 and successfully completed and delivered the Mars Camera with the corresponding space qualification experiments in less than three years. The Mars Camera is located on the outside top surface of the lander platform, for monitoring the landing status, the surrounding environment of Mars and the movements of the Zhurong rover with respect to the unfolding and status of the solar panels and antennae.

Research Centre for Deep Space Explorations

PolyU has been deeply involved in China’s lunar and Mars missions. To conduct in-depth research into different aspects of aerospace technology, PolyU recently established the Research Centre for Deep Space Explorations. The Centre brings together experts from different fields, such as geology, remote sensing, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, and physics, pushing the frontiers of research to achieve high-impact innovation.

Prof Wu Bo (left) helped identify possible landing regions with advanced topographic mapping and geomorphological analysis technologies. Prof Yung Kai-leung developed a sophisticated space instrument, the “Mars Landing Surveillance Camera”, for capturing images of the surroundings of the Red Planet and monitoring the status of the Zhurong Mars rover.

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On Sunday August 15, President Félix Tshisekedi authorized American anti-terrorism experts, who arrived two days earlier in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), to support the Congolese army in its mission to fight against the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), an armed group presented by the Islamic State (IS) as its branch in Central Africa, we learned from the Congolese presidency.

These American special forces are tasked with“Provide support to the Armed Forces of the DRC (FARDC) in the fight against terrorism and to the guards of the Virunga and Garamba national parks, which have become the sanctuary of terrorist forces”, explains the press release from the presidency, specifying that this mission must last ” Several weeks “. The very active American Ambassador in Kinshasa, Mike Hammer, who led the military delegation to President Tshisekedi, recalled that it was about the implementation of the privileged partnership for peace signed by the DRC and the United States. in 2019.

Read also In the DRC, the citizen movement Lucha calls for the lifting of the state of siege in the east of the country

Originally, the ADF were Ugandan Muslim rebels who wanted to oust President Yoweri Museveni from power. But they have taken root for nearly thirty years in eastern DRC, where they are accused of being responsible for the massacres of more than 6,000 civilians since 2013, according to a report by the Congolese episcopate. Since April 2019, some of their attacks have been claimed by ISIS. The United States placed them in March on the list of “Terrorist organizations” affiliated with the jihadist organization.

The Congolese provinces of North Kivu and Ituri have been placed under siege since May 6 to fight against armed groups which terrorize civilians. President Félix Tshisekedi replaced civilian authorities there with army and police officers.

The World with AFP

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On Sunday August 15, President Félix Tshisekedi authorized American anti-terrorism experts, who arrived two days earlier in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), to support the Congolese army in its mission to fight against the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), an armed group presented by the Islamic State (IS) as its branch in Central Africa, we learned from the Congolese presidency.

These American special forces are tasked with“Provide support to the Armed Forces of the DRC (FARDC) in the fight against terrorism and to the guards of the Virunga and Garamba national parks, which have become the sanctuary of terrorist forces”, explains the press release from the presidency, specifying that this mission must last ” Several weeks “. The very active American Ambassador in Kinshasa, Mike Hammer, who led the military delegation to President Tshisekedi, recalled that it was about the implementation of the privileged partnership for peace signed by the DRC and the United States. in 2019.

Read also In the DRC, the citizen movement Lucha calls for the lifting of the state of siege in the east of the country

Originally, the ADF were Ugandan Muslim rebels who wanted to oust President Yoweri Museveni from power. But they have taken root for nearly thirty years in eastern DRC, where they are accused of being responsible for the massacres of more than 6,000 civilians since 2013, according to a report by the Congolese episcopate. Since April 2019, some of their attacks have been claimed by ISIS. The United States placed them in March on the list of “Terrorist organizations” affiliated with the jihadist organization.

The Congolese provinces of North Kivu and Ituri have been placed under siege since May 6 to fight against armed groups which terrorize civilians. President Félix Tshisekedi replaced civilian authorities there with army and police officers.

The World with AFP

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629107545) } [2]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(64) "Rock in Rio announces dates and attractions for the 2022 edition" ["link"]=> string(90) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/rock-in-rio-announces-dates-and-attractions-for-the-2022-edition/" ["comments"]=> string(98) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/rock-in-rio-announces-dates-and-attractions-for-the-2022-edition/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Ashlee Holt" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 16 Aug 2021 09:44:58 +0000" ["category"]=> string(44) "MusicannouncesattractionsdateseditionRioRock" ["guid"]=> string(90) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/rock-in-rio-announces-dates-and-attractions-for-the-2022-edition/" ["description"]=> string(314) "short Music Non Stop no Facebook Opening the new era of super festivals, Rock In Rio announces a date and two great attractions in the pop world: Justin Bieber and Demi Lovato. After months and months of pandemic and without any expectation of seeing the doors of the concert halls open again, the world is …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5535) "

Opening the new era of super festivals, Rock In Rio announces a date and two great attractions in the pop world: Justin Bieber and Demi Lovato.

After months and months of pandemic and without any expectation of seeing the doors of the concert halls open again, the world is optimistic and tries to get gigantic festivals in the almost-post-covid 2019 era. Lollapalooza, in the birthplace of Chicago (United States ), gave a taste of what concerts will be like in the not-so-distant future. The event, which began on July 29, brought together more than 440,000 Americans and tourists who were vaccinated, tested (with negative results, of course) and fervently. Scenario similar to what we expect for the Rock In Rio 2022, with Justin Bieber e Demi Lovato.

Vela Record Store

Justin Bieber performs for the first time at the biggest music and entertainment festival in the world on September 4th, closing what promises to be a memorable night for the public. Still on this day, the global phenomenon Demi Lovato, which appeared in the 2018 edition of the Rock in Rio Lisboa, takes the stage to sing some of his landmark hits like “Sorry Not Sorry“, “Cool For the Summer” e “Heart Attack“, in addition to the songs from your last album ‘Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over‘. Rock in Rio is scheduled for September 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10 and 11, 2022, in the City of Rock, in the Olympic Park, in Rio de Janeiro.

According to the official statement sent by the production of the festival, Rock In Rio 2022 promises to celebrate nostalgia and hope in the 5 days full of shows. The party will host the Reencounter Day, an initiative by the state of Rio de Janeiro to celebrate the “start” of the year of flexibility in the state and in the marvelous city.

justin bieber on the bike

photo: disclosure

It will be a memorable edition, with many surprises.res and news for the public. The first one was the Reencounter Day. We couldn’t have a better date. An expectation that becomes national, for all the symbolism of hope and peace it carries. Along with all that, the celebration is what we are looking for this week that starts on September 2, with the return of Rock in Rio. I was already looking forward to communicating the festival’s news. Our return reinforces how much we can look to the future, as it was in 1985, at the first Rock in Rio. I believe that everyone shares this feeling and I am immensely happy to celebrate the return to life with our fans. Today is Justin and Demi’s day. But wait, as we have a lot of amazing things to tell“, it says Roberto Medina, president of the Rock in Rio.

Having an event of this level in national lands is a source of great pride. The first edition took place in 1985 and marked Brazil as one of the main places in Latin America for international tours. Now it’s just hope that the plans follow as planned and that the national scene improves.

We meet there.

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Opening the new era of super festivals, Rock In Rio announces a date and two great attractions in the pop world: Justin Bieber and Demi Lovato.

After months and months of pandemic and without any expectation of seeing the doors of the concert halls open again, the world is optimistic and tries to get gigantic festivals in the almost-post-covid 2019 era. Lollapalooza, in the birthplace of Chicago (United States ), gave a taste of what concerts will be like in the not-so-distant future. The event, which began on July 29, brought together more than 440,000 Americans and tourists who were vaccinated, tested (with negative results, of course) and fervently. Scenario similar to what we expect for the Rock In Rio 2022, with Justin Bieber e Demi Lovato.

Vela Record Store

Justin Bieber performs for the first time at the biggest music and entertainment festival in the world on September 4th, closing what promises to be a memorable night for the public. Still on this day, the global phenomenon Demi Lovato, which appeared in the 2018 edition of the Rock in Rio Lisboa, takes the stage to sing some of his landmark hits like “Sorry Not Sorry“, “Cool For the Summer” e “Heart Attack“, in addition to the songs from your last album ‘Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over‘. Rock in Rio is scheduled for September 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10 and 11, 2022, in the City of Rock, in the Olympic Park, in Rio de Janeiro.

According to the official statement sent by the production of the festival, Rock In Rio 2022 promises to celebrate nostalgia and hope in the 5 days full of shows. The party will host the Reencounter Day, an initiative by the state of Rio de Janeiro to celebrate the “start” of the year of flexibility in the state and in the marvelous city.

justin bieber on the bike

photo: disclosure

It will be a memorable edition, with many surprises.res and news for the public. The first one was the Reencounter Day. We couldn’t have a better date. An expectation that becomes national, for all the symbolism of hope and peace it carries. Along with all that, the celebration is what we are looking for this week that starts on September 2, with the return of Rock in Rio. I was already looking forward to communicating the festival’s news. Our return reinforces how much we can look to the future, as it was in 1985, at the first Rock in Rio. I believe that everyone shares this feeling and I am immensely happy to celebrate the return to life with our fans. Today is Justin and Demi’s day. But wait, as we have a lot of amazing things to tell“, it says Roberto Medina, president of the Rock in Rio.

Having an event of this level in national lands is a source of great pride. The first edition took place in 1985 and marked Brazil as one of the main places in Latin America for international tours. Now it’s just hope that the plans follow as planned and that the national scene improves.

We meet there.

http://www.ips.org/blog/magpierss/scripts/magpie_slashbox.php?rss_url=http://feeds.feedburner.com/siteredhatbeautycom-GoogleNews

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629107098) } [3]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(50) "Tigrayan and Oromo rebels ally against Addis Ababa" ["link"]=> string(76) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/tigrayan-and-oromo-rebels-ally-against-addis-ababa/" ["comments"]=> string(84) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/tigrayan-and-oromo-rebels-ally-against-addis-ababa/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Peter Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 16 Aug 2021 09:30:24 +0000" ["category"]=> string(46) "InternationalAbabaAddisallyOromorebelsTigrayan" ["guid"]=> string(76) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/tigrayan-and-oromo-rebels-ally-against-addis-ababa/" ["description"]=> string(371) "Ethiopian National Army enlistment campaign in Addis Ababa, August 15, 2021. MULUGETA AYENE / AP Is this an unnatural and hopeless marriage between two once-enemy movements? Or an alliance of circumstance that could shake Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed? On August 11, the military cooperation unveiled between the two main insurgency movements in Ethiopia, the Popular …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4150) "

Is this an unnatural and hopeless marriage between two once-enemy movements? Or an alliance of circumstance that could shake Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed? On August 11, the military cooperation unveiled between the two main insurgency movements in Ethiopia, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Tigray (FPLT) and the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA), puts further pressure on the federal government .

More than nine months after the start of the Tigray War, Ethiopia is once again fragmented. The Tigrayan rebels, after regaining control of the majority of their province at the end of June, continue their operations in the neighboring regions, Amhara and Afar. By launching this lightning counter-offensive, the FPLT hopes, as a first step, to break down the blockade imposed on Tigray.

Read the report: In Ethiopia, the youth are called to take up arms to slow the advance of the Tigray rebels

Its other objective, less explicit to date, is to overthrow the government of Abiy Ahmed, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2019. This is the message that the rebels are sending to Addis Ababa through this new alliance which does not t is, for the moment, in its infancy. At least officially. The OLA assures that the agreement was signed a few weeks ago. Other sources suggest that the coordination of the two movements dates back several months.

Important breakthrough

” It’s not surprising, ensures the spokesperson for the Prime Minister, Billene Seyoum. It has been two years since we reported that the FPLT is using the OLA as a relay in their enterprise to destroy Ethiopia. “ In May, the Ethiopian parliament passed a law designating the two groups as terrorist organizations.

Still far from maneuvering side by side on the battlefield, the rebel movements « exchange for the time being mainly intelligence », assures Odaa Tarbii, the spokesperson for the OLA. This is important given the recent military movements. As the FPLT makes a major breakthrough across the Amhara region, Oromo rebels are operating on the southern border of the same province. In other words, their respective fronts, now about 200 kilometers apart, are getting closer.

Read the analysis: The churches of Lalibela at the heart of the spreading conflict in Ethiopia

According to several observers of the conflict, it is still too early to assess the influence that this alliance may have on the course of the war. « On the military level, the national army is already routed, slips a Western diplomat in Addis Ababa. Government increasingly relies on regional Amhara forces. »

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Is this an unnatural and hopeless marriage between two once-enemy movements? Or an alliance of circumstance that could shake Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed? On August 11, the military cooperation unveiled between the two main insurgency movements in Ethiopia, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Tigray (FPLT) and the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA), puts further pressure on the federal government .

More than nine months after the start of the Tigray War, Ethiopia is once again fragmented. The Tigrayan rebels, after regaining control of the majority of their province at the end of June, continue their operations in the neighboring regions, Amhara and Afar. By launching this lightning counter-offensive, the FPLT hopes, as a first step, to break down the blockade imposed on Tigray.

Read the report: In Ethiopia, the youth are called to take up arms to slow the advance of the Tigray rebels

Its other objective, less explicit to date, is to overthrow the government of Abiy Ahmed, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2019. This is the message that the rebels are sending to Addis Ababa through this new alliance which does not t is, for the moment, in its infancy. At least officially. The OLA assures that the agreement was signed a few weeks ago. Other sources suggest that the coordination of the two movements dates back several months.

Important breakthrough

” It’s not surprising, ensures the spokesperson for the Prime Minister, Billene Seyoum. It has been two years since we reported that the FPLT is using the OLA as a relay in their enterprise to destroy Ethiopia. “ In May, the Ethiopian parliament passed a law designating the two groups as terrorist organizations.

Still far from maneuvering side by side on the battlefield, the rebel movements « exchange for the time being mainly intelligence », assures Odaa Tarbii, the spokesperson for the OLA. This is important given the recent military movements. As the FPLT makes a major breakthrough across the Amhara region, Oromo rebels are operating on the southern border of the same province. In other words, their respective fronts, now about 200 kilometers apart, are getting closer.

Read the analysis: The churches of Lalibela at the heart of the spreading conflict in Ethiopia

According to several observers of the conflict, it is still too early to assess the influence that this alliance may have on the course of the war. « On the military level, the national army is already routed, slips a Western diplomat in Addis Ababa. Government increasingly relies on regional Amhara forces. »

You have 61.81% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629106224) } [4]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(63) "“Washington has put Afghan women in the mouths of the wolf”" ["link"]=> string(83) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/washington-has-put-afghan-women-in-the-mouths-of-the-wolf/" ["comments"]=> string(91) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/washington-has-put-afghan-women-in-the-mouths-of-the-wolf/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Peter Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 16 Aug 2021 09:08:42 +0000" ["category"]=> string(46) "Asia PacificAfghanmouthsputWashingtonWolfwomen" ["guid"]=> string(83) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/washington-has-put-afghan-women-in-the-mouths-of-the-wolf/" ["description"]=> string(335) "U.S. military helicopters transport diplomats from the embassy to the airport in Kabul on August 15, 2021. ANDREW QUILTY / AGENCY VU FOR “THE WORLD” The night before the fall of Kabul was very short. Helicopters that skimmed the sky every two or three minutes left little room for a semblance of nocturnal calm. The …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3959) "

The night before the fall of Kabul was very short. Helicopters that skimmed the sky every two or three minutes left little room for a semblance of nocturnal calm. The Taliban were already at the gates of Kabul, a few dozen kilometers away. At around midnight local time, after the news of the fall of Jalalabad (east) to the Taliban – and this without any fight – the slim hopes that government forces might have a chance to face evaporated.

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All night long from Saturday August 14 to Sunday August 15, on the Clubhouse application, a network of discussions and audio debates, Afghan women explained their fears of a return to power by the Islamist insurgents. “We are not dead, we are still breathing”, “What fate awaits our daughters? “, “We need help, please! “ So many distress messages from the Afghan capital … “I’m waiting for a miracle to happen. I want someone to come wake me up and tell me it was just a nightmare. Wake up ! It’s finish !», tweeted a young Afghan journalist. Like many others of her generation, she grew up and became a journalist thanks to the fall of the Taliban in 2001, after a military intervention led by the United States. Now she is risking her life.

At 2 a.m., the explanations of the first Afghan vice-president, Amrullah Saleh, assuring, against all evidence, that the Taliban had not taken the Pul-e-Sharki prison (the largest detention center in the country) n ‘have hardly helped. In recent days, the more reassuring officials of President Ashraf Ghani’s government, the less Afghans felt in good hands, as their assurances had turned out to be false. News of the hasty evacuation of US Embassy workers – in less than 36 hours – added to the general panic: the Taliban were about to enter Kabul and the situation could deteriorate. quickly. “The Americans got it all wrong”, many Afghans said to each other.

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Kabul woke up with a hangover feeling. As early as 6 a.m., large crowds were waiting in front of the banks, seeking in vain to withdraw all their assets. Distributors have little reserve and also reject customer requests. On the way to Kabul airport, a long line of cars waits to pass the many security checkpoints.

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The night before the fall of Kabul was very short. Helicopters that skimmed the sky every two or three minutes left little room for a semblance of nocturnal calm. The Taliban were already at the gates of Kabul, a few dozen kilometers away. At around midnight local time, after the news of the fall of Jalalabad (east) to the Taliban – and this without any fight – the slim hopes that government forces might have a chance to face evaporated.

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All night long from Saturday August 14 to Sunday August 15, on the Clubhouse application, a network of discussions and audio debates, Afghan women explained their fears of a return to power by the Islamist insurgents. “We are not dead, we are still breathing”, “What fate awaits our daughters? “, “We need help, please! “ So many distress messages from the Afghan capital … “I’m waiting for a miracle to happen. I want someone to come wake me up and tell me it was just a nightmare. Wake up ! It’s finish !», tweeted a young Afghan journalist. Like many others of her generation, she grew up and became a journalist thanks to the fall of the Taliban in 2001, after a military intervention led by the United States. Now she is risking her life.

At 2 a.m., the explanations of the first Afghan vice-president, Amrullah Saleh, assuring, against all evidence, that the Taliban had not taken the Pul-e-Sharki prison (the largest detention center in the country) n ‘have hardly helped. In recent days, the more reassuring officials of President Ashraf Ghani’s government, the less Afghans felt in good hands, as their assurances had turned out to be false. News of the hasty evacuation of US Embassy workers – in less than 36 hours – added to the general panic: the Taliban were about to enter Kabul and the situation could deteriorate. quickly. “The Americans got it all wrong”, many Afghans said to each other.

Files interminables

Kabul woke up with a hangover feeling. As early as 6 a.m., large crowds were waiting in front of the banks, seeking in vain to withdraw all their assets. Distributors have little reserve and also reject customer requests. On the way to Kabul airport, a long line of cars waits to pass the many security checkpoints.

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Did you hear about SpaceX’s acquisition last week?

Most investors didn’t.

That’s because the press largely yawned at the news. After all, what’s the big deal?

Well, as our macro specialist, Eric Fry, points out below, why SpaceX made this acquisition is very telling.

The answer points toward a massive technological trend that will define this decade, and generate enormous wealth for investor portfolios that are well-positioned.

Today, let’s hear more from Eric about SpaceX’s acquisition, this megatrend, and a leading space technology and intelligence company that’s poised for huge growth over the next two to three years.

I’ll let Eric take it from here.

Have a good weekend,

Jeff Remsburg

Elon Musk’s Quiet Acquisition Has Everything to Do With 5G

By Eric Fry

When SpaceX does something, you know about it.

Whenever one of its rockets launches or lands, media outlets everywhere plaster it all over our screens.

Scroll YouTube for a while, and you can find thousands of Elon Musk fans cheering SpaceX’s admittedly impressive launches and landings.

SpaceX crashes get blanket coverage as well… and they bring out Musk haters full of schadenfreude.

Earlier this week, however, SpaceX did something very quietly.

When it acquired Swarm Technologies, a small satellite connectivity startup, it didn’t issue a press release. Musk didn’t tweet about it.

Instead, SpaceX pencil pushers filed some paperwork with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) – and enterprising reporters dug it up.

Of course, once we found out about it, the SpaceX-Swarm deal got the same amount of attention that everything Musk-related receives.

However, the deal’s surreptitiousness ended up receiving most of the attention. (As did the fact that this is SpaceX’s first acquisition during its 19-year life.)

And that means you could have missed out on learning why SpaceX bought Swarm – and how that ties into the 5G megatrend.

Let’s take a look…

No IoT Without 5G

Swarm operates a constellation of 120 smartphone-sized satellites and a ground station network. In the deal, SpaceX gets all that plus various space licenses and patents.

Of course, the deal makes sense for Swarm. It gets this tiny 30-person company the resources it needs to take on similar “smallsat” companies.

While SpaceX prefers to develop technology internally, this deal puts it in one quick move into the Internet of Things (IoT) business.

Swarm’s “SpaceBEE” satellites communicate with its ground station network of antennas with a Swarm “Tile.” All those devices on the ground are then part of the global IoT network.

The IoT is a vibrant, high-speed network of physical objects – “things” – that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of exchanging data and “communicating with” other devices, systems, and/or people.

The global IoT market is expected to reach a value of $1.39 trillion by 2026, up from $761.4 billion in 2020, according to Mordor Intelligence.

At this point, you’re likely asking what all this has to do with 5G.

Here’s the thing: The IoT cannot reach its true potential without the next generation of mobile broadband that will replace or augment existing 4G LTE connections.

5G technology drastically improves upload and download speeds, while also improving latency, which is the time it takes devices to communicate with wireless networks.

The current 4G network delivers around 100 megabits per second. But once 5G rolls out, that number jumps to 10,000 megabits per second — or 100 times faster than the current speed.

That means an entirely new generation of technologies may become feasible and flourish.

Whereas 4G provided the network speeds necessary to run online apps and mobile streaming, 5G represents a monumental leap forward. It provides the foundation for a whole host of “gee-whiz” technologies… including the IoT and dozens of other innovations now waiting at the starting gate.

Qualcomm estimates that 5G networks will generate a whopping $13.2 trillion in global sales activity by 2035. Other estimates say 5G is about to unleash an economic tsunami worth at least $56 trillion.

You can’t invest in SpaceX… or in Swarm.

But you can do this…

A “Competitive Constellation”

Currently, around 100 satellites are launched every year.

But by the end of the decade, Euroconsult estimates, we’ll be launching nearly 1,000 satellites every year.

By 2028, there could be 15,000 satellites in orbit.

According to Euroconsult, by 2028, there could be 15,000 satellites in orbit.

Morgan Stanley predicts that the global space industry could generate over $1 trillion by 2040, up from $350 billion today.

Moreover, these non-terrestrial networks will become a vital link in the global 5G network deployment.

That’s a high-growth sector we want to be in.

And I like one particular play right now…

Warren Buffett advises buying companies that possess a “competitive moat” – an advantage that secures their market share and growth potential.

A space company that I recommended to members of my trading service, The Speculator, possesses what I call a “competitive constellation.”

That company is a leading space technology and intelligence company that traces its roots to the early days of space exploration.

Today, dozens of its satellites are orbiting Earth, and this constellation is gathering reams of data and delivering it in various forms to its government and corporate customers. As a result, nearly 4 billion people interact with this company’s technology every month.

Clearly, it has constructed an impressive “competitive constellation.”

But the company does face competitive threats from the likes of other established satellite companies as well as upstarts like SpaceX and Virgin Galactic.

In addition to these corporate threats, it must also grapple with the ongoing technological challenges of space travel and exploration. As astronaut Scott Kelly famously quipped after a SpaceX rocket explosion in 2015, “Space is hard.”

Space exploration failures can lead to charges in the tens of millions against earnings.

In fact, despite delivering a strong quarterly report earlier this month that topped analyst estimates for both revenues and earnings, the company’s shares dipped due to a worse-than-expected announcement about its next-generation fleet of satellites.

Despite this setback, however, the company’s brass maintained its revenue and earnings guidance for the rest of the year.

Bottom line: That selloff seemed like a major overreaction to the satellite delay.

And following that report, I reiterated my belief in the company to Speculator members, stating that this company has compiled a long-term track record of success, despite intermittent setbacks, and I believe it will do so again… and reap sizable earnings growth as a result.

The company, I said, remains a leading space technology and intelligence company that possesses substantial earnings growth potential over the next two to three years.

And I said that I believed the selloff is affording investors a second opportunity to invest in outstanding speculation.

To learn how to get this outstanding speculation as a Speculator member, click here.

Regards,

Eric Fry

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Did you hear about SpaceX’s acquisition last week?

Most investors didn’t.

That’s because the press largely yawned at the news. After all, what’s the big deal?

Well, as our macro specialist, Eric Fry, points out below, why SpaceX made this acquisition is very telling.

The answer points toward a massive technological trend that will define this decade, and generate enormous wealth for investor portfolios that are well-positioned.

Today, let’s hear more from Eric about SpaceX’s acquisition, this megatrend, and a leading space technology and intelligence company that’s poised for huge growth over the next two to three years.

I’ll let Eric take it from here.

Have a good weekend,

Jeff Remsburg

Elon Musk’s Quiet Acquisition Has Everything to Do With 5G

By Eric Fry

When SpaceX does something, you know about it.

Whenever one of its rockets launches or lands, media outlets everywhere plaster it all over our screens.

Scroll YouTube for a while, and you can find thousands of Elon Musk fans cheering SpaceX’s admittedly impressive launches and landings.

SpaceX crashes get blanket coverage as well… and they bring out Musk haters full of schadenfreude.

Earlier this week, however, SpaceX did something very quietly.

When it acquired Swarm Technologies, a small satellite connectivity startup, it didn’t issue a press release. Musk didn’t tweet about it.

Instead, SpaceX pencil pushers filed some paperwork with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) – and enterprising reporters dug it up.

Of course, once we found out about it, the SpaceX-Swarm deal got the same amount of attention that everything Musk-related receives.

However, the deal’s surreptitiousness ended up receiving most of the attention. (As did the fact that this is SpaceX’s first acquisition during its 19-year life.)

And that means you could have missed out on learning why SpaceX bought Swarm – and how that ties into the 5G megatrend.

Let’s take a look…

No IoT Without 5G

Swarm operates a constellation of 120 smartphone-sized satellites and a ground station network. In the deal, SpaceX gets all that plus various space licenses and patents.

Of course, the deal makes sense for Swarm. It gets this tiny 30-person company the resources it needs to take on similar “smallsat” companies.

While SpaceX prefers to develop technology internally, this deal puts it in one quick move into the Internet of Things (IoT) business.

Swarm’s “SpaceBEE” satellites communicate with its ground station network of antennas with a Swarm “Tile.” All those devices on the ground are then part of the global IoT network.

The IoT is a vibrant, high-speed network of physical objects – “things” – that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of exchanging data and “communicating with” other devices, systems, and/or people.

The global IoT market is expected to reach a value of $1.39 trillion by 2026, up from $761.4 billion in 2020, according to Mordor Intelligence.

At this point, you’re likely asking what all this has to do with 5G.

Here’s the thing: The IoT cannot reach its true potential without the next generation of mobile broadband that will replace or augment existing 4G LTE connections.

5G technology drastically improves upload and download speeds, while also improving latency, which is the time it takes devices to communicate with wireless networks.

The current 4G network delivers around 100 megabits per second. But once 5G rolls out, that number jumps to 10,000 megabits per second — or 100 times faster than the current speed.

That means an entirely new generation of technologies may become feasible and flourish.

Whereas 4G provided the network speeds necessary to run online apps and mobile streaming, 5G represents a monumental leap forward. It provides the foundation for a whole host of “gee-whiz” technologies… including the IoT and dozens of other innovations now waiting at the starting gate.

Qualcomm estimates that 5G networks will generate a whopping $13.2 trillion in global sales activity by 2035. Other estimates say 5G is about to unleash an economic tsunami worth at least $56 trillion.

You can’t invest in SpaceX… or in Swarm.

But you can do this…

A “Competitive Constellation”

Currently, around 100 satellites are launched every year.

But by the end of the decade, Euroconsult estimates, we’ll be launching nearly 1,000 satellites every year.

By 2028, there could be 15,000 satellites in orbit.

According to Euroconsult, by 2028, there could be 15,000 satellites in orbit.

Morgan Stanley predicts that the global space industry could generate over $1 trillion by 2040, up from $350 billion today.

Moreover, these non-terrestrial networks will become a vital link in the global 5G network deployment.

That’s a high-growth sector we want to be in.

And I like one particular play right now…

Warren Buffett advises buying companies that possess a “competitive moat” – an advantage that secures their market share and growth potential.

A space company that I recommended to members of my trading service, The Speculator, possesses what I call a “competitive constellation.”

That company is a leading space technology and intelligence company that traces its roots to the early days of space exploration.

Today, dozens of its satellites are orbiting Earth, and this constellation is gathering reams of data and delivering it in various forms to its government and corporate customers. As a result, nearly 4 billion people interact with this company’s technology every month.

Clearly, it has constructed an impressive “competitive constellation.”

But the company does face competitive threats from the likes of other established satellite companies as well as upstarts like SpaceX and Virgin Galactic.

In addition to these corporate threats, it must also grapple with the ongoing technological challenges of space travel and exploration. As astronaut Scott Kelly famously quipped after a SpaceX rocket explosion in 2015, “Space is hard.”

Space exploration failures can lead to charges in the tens of millions against earnings.

In fact, despite delivering a strong quarterly report earlier this month that topped analyst estimates for both revenues and earnings, the company’s shares dipped due to a worse-than-expected announcement about its next-generation fleet of satellites.

Despite this setback, however, the company’s brass maintained its revenue and earnings guidance for the rest of the year.

Bottom line: That selloff seemed like a major overreaction to the satellite delay.

And following that report, I reiterated my belief in the company to Speculator members, stating that this company has compiled a long-term track record of success, despite intermittent setbacks, and I believe it will do so again… and reap sizable earnings growth as a result.

The company, I said, remains a leading space technology and intelligence company that possesses substantial earnings growth potential over the next two to three years.

And I said that I believed the selloff is affording investors a second opportunity to invest in outstanding speculation.

To learn how to get this outstanding speculation as a Speculator member, click here.

Regards,

Eric Fry

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Cruz Azul thrashed Toluca and violated his position as leader, which America took after beating Atlas this Sunday

America won 0 to 1 over Atlas and ascended to the position of honor of the Apertura 2021, that Toluca left vulnerable in front of Blue Cross, after being thrashed 4 to 0 on the Azteca Stadium field.

Prior to the start of Matchday 4 in Mexican football, The Red Devils occupied the top of the championship with nine points, followed by a contingent of seven units made up of Athletic of San Luis, Mazatlan FC, America Y AtlasOnly the Eagles achieved the victory that allowed them to climb to the top of the rankings.

Toluca, which established itself in the first position of the tournament two days ago, jumped onto the field of the Azteca Stadium out of concentration in the defensive zone and received the first punishment in minute 4, due to a failure in the mark by Miguel Barbieri that left Bryan Angulo alone and outlined to finish on goal. Just a minute later, Santiago Giménez made the second on the count, as he took advantage of a rebound from goalkeeper Luis García to shoot on goal.

At 34 ‘, Angulo intercepted a bad delayed pass from Barbieri to Haret Ortega and galloped towards the rival goal, to define in a heads-up against Alfredo Saldívar, a relief under the sticks of García, who was injured from the play that led to the second goal.

To seal the result, Orbelín Pineda scored the fourth target at 85 ‘, with a right cross shot from inside the area, after receiving a filtered diagonal towards his position. It is worth mentioning that with this result, Juan Reynoso’s pupils rose from eleventh to third place in the table.

In the duel held on the Jalisco Stadium field, the Eagles resolved a situation that was complicated due to a hard tackle by Emanuel Aguilera on Julián Quiñones, which the referee decreed as a direct red card at 57 ‘.

The parity in the electronic was broken until minute 77 thanks to Sebastián Córdova, new number ’10’ of the team, who entered only from the right side of the area and connected a filtered ball provided by Salvador Reyes.

.

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Cruz Azul thrashed Toluca and violated his position as leader, which America took after beating Atlas this Sunday

America won 0 to 1 over Atlas and ascended to the position of honor of the Apertura 2021, that Toluca left vulnerable in front of Blue Cross, after being thrashed 4 to 0 on the Azteca Stadium field.

Prior to the start of Matchday 4 in Mexican football, The Red Devils occupied the top of the championship with nine points, followed by a contingent of seven units made up of Athletic of San Luis, Mazatlan FC, America Y AtlasOnly the Eagles achieved the victory that allowed them to climb to the top of the rankings.

Toluca, which established itself in the first position of the tournament two days ago, jumped onto the field of the Azteca Stadium out of concentration in the defensive zone and received the first punishment in minute 4, due to a failure in the mark by Miguel Barbieri that left Bryan Angulo alone and outlined to finish on goal. Just a minute later, Santiago Giménez made the second on the count, as he took advantage of a rebound from goalkeeper Luis García to shoot on goal.

At 34 ‘, Angulo intercepted a bad delayed pass from Barbieri to Haret Ortega and galloped towards the rival goal, to define in a heads-up against Alfredo Saldívar, a relief under the sticks of García, who was injured from the play that led to the second goal.

To seal the result, Orbelín Pineda scored the fourth target at 85 ‘, with a right cross shot from inside the area, after receiving a filtered diagonal towards his position. It is worth mentioning that with this result, Juan Reynoso’s pupils rose from eleventh to third place in the table.

In the duel held on the Jalisco Stadium field, the Eagles resolved a situation that was complicated due to a hard tackle by Emanuel Aguilera on Julián Quiñones, which the referee decreed as a direct red card at 57 ‘.

The parity in the electronic was broken until minute 77 thanks to Sebastián Córdova, new number ’10’ of the team, who entered only from the right side of the area and connected a filtered ball provided by Salvador Reyes.

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1629103895) } [7]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(59) "in Haiti, after the earthquake, the survivors are destitute" ["link"]=> string(83) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/in-haiti-after-the-earthquake-the-survivors-are-destitute/" ["comments"]=> string(91) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/in-haiti-after-the-earthquake-the-survivors-are-destitute/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Peter Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 16 Aug 2021 08:28:49 +0000" ["category"]=> string(46) "InternationaldestituteearthquakeHaitisurvivors" ["guid"]=> string(83) "https://newnewsdaily.xyz/in-haiti-after-the-earthquake-the-survivors-are-destitute/" ["description"]=> string(298) "During a rally in front of the Petit Pas hotel in the city of Les Cayes, destroyed by the earthquake in Haiti, Saturday August 14, 2021. JOSEPH ODELYN / AP At the age of fifty, Marcélus Dorcinvil had the fear of his life, Saturday August 14th. “It was 8:21 or 22. I sensed that something …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4566) "

At the age of fifty, Marcélus Dorcinvil had the fear of his life, Saturday August 14th. “It was 8:21 or 22. I sensed that something unusual was going on. The house began to shake very badly. Everything was shaking very strongly. We rushed outside ”, remembers this inhabitant of Aquin, pretty port city of 90,000 inhabitants, located in the southern Haitian department.

The epicenter of the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the Caribbean country was located near Saint-Louis-du-Sud, about 30 kilometers from Aquin, and some 150 kilometers from Port -au-Prince, the capital. “The house is badly damaged. Everything is demolished ”, said with fatalism this host of Quina FM, a local radio station. “But the four of us are safe and sound”, adds the father.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Haiti: in Port-au-Prince, “chaos is total, gangs are everywhere, overarmed and with out of control violence”

Three departments in the southwest of Haiti – those of the South, Grand’Anse and Nippes – paid the heaviest price for this disaster. The balance sheet, still provisional, showing at least 1,297 dead and 5,700 injured, for around 30,000 houses damaged or destroyed. All three form the western end of the Tiburon peninsula, a narrow, long strip of land that stretches over 200 kilometers, west of Port-au-Prince. “It’s really bad for Aquin. There are a lot of injured ”, laments Mr. Dorcinvil. “We have already recorded fourteen dead, but there are many missing. There are completely destroyed schools, damaged houses, churches. Farmers have lost a lot of cattle because the barns have collapsed ”, he adds, in a weary voice.

The situation is just as critical in many localities in the Tiburon region. About fifty kilometers to the west, the city of Les Cayes, capital of the South department, is one of the most affected. “Our teams were able to [y] identify 550 damaged houses and 37 others completely collapsed ”, testified, Sunday evening, Sylvie Rameau, mayor of this city of 100,000 inhabitants, on the television news of Martinique la 1ère. “We visited the morgues and we were able to count 221 corpses. This is a very partial assessment, because we are still in the process of removing the rubble and finding corpses under the rubble ”, she continued.

“We don’t know if our house will resist”

In this city, the third largest in the country, the victims number in the thousands. James Noncanting is one of them. Still, compared to some of his friends and neighbors, his family has been lucky. “Our house has held up quite well. It only has a few cracks ”, notes this 32-year-old trainee lawyer, who lives with his mother, two brothers and his cousin. They all escaped unscathed, with only a few scratches. “But we left our house, and we are in the street, because there are too many shaking, and we don’t know if our house will resist. “

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At the age of fifty, Marcélus Dorcinvil had the fear of his life, Saturday August 14th. “It was 8:21 or 22. I sensed that something unusual was going on. The house began to shake very badly. Everything was shaking very strongly. We rushed outside ”, remembers this inhabitant of Aquin, pretty port city of 90,000 inhabitants, located in the southern Haitian department.

The epicenter of the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the Caribbean country was located near Saint-Louis-du-Sud, about 30 kilometers from Aquin, and some 150 kilometers from Port -au-Prince, the capital. “The house is badly damaged. Everything is demolished ”, said with fatalism this host of Quina FM, a local radio station. “But the four of us are safe and sound”, adds the father.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Haiti: in Port-au-Prince, “chaos is total, gangs are everywhere, overarmed and with out of control violence”

Three departments in the southwest of Haiti – those of the South, Grand’Anse and Nippes – paid the heaviest price for this disaster. The balance sheet, still provisional, showing at least 1,297 dead and 5,700 injured, for around 30,000 houses damaged or destroyed. All three form the western end of the Tiburon peninsula, a narrow, long strip of land that stretches over 200 kilometers, west of Port-au-Prince. “It’s really bad for Aquin. There are a lot of injured ”, laments Mr. Dorcinvil. “We have already recorded fourteen dead, but there are many missing. There are completely destroyed schools, damaged houses, churches. Farmers have lost a lot of cattle because the barns have collapsed ”, he adds, in a weary voice.

The situation is just as critical in many localities in the Tiburon region. About fifty kilometers to the west, the city of Les Cayes, capital of the South department, is one of the most affected. “Our teams were able to [y] identify 550 damaged houses and 37 others completely collapsed ”, testified, Sunday evening, Sylvie Rameau, mayor of this city of 100,000 inhabitants, on the television news of Martinique la 1ère. “We visited the morgues and we were able to count 221 corpses. This is a very partial assessment, because we are still in the process of removing the rubble and finding corpses under the rubble ”, she continued.

“We don’t know if our house will resist”

In this city, the third largest in the country, the victims number in the thousands. James Noncanting is one of them. Still, compared to some of his friends and neighbors, his family has been lucky. “Our house has held up quite well. It only has a few cracks ”, notes this 32-year-old trainee lawyer, who lives with his mother, two brothers and his cousin. They all escaped unscathed, with only a few scratches. “But we left our house, and we are in the street, because there are too many shaking, and we don’t know if our house will resist. “

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The Malaysian government, led by Muhyiddin Yassin, has resigned, a minister said on Monday (August 16th). This departure opens a new period of political instability for this Southeast Asian country grappling with a resurgence of the Covid-19 epidemic.

“The government has handed in its resignation to the king”Science Minister Khairy Jamaluddin said on his Instagram account. Deputy Sports Minister Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Wan Ahmad Kamal thanked the head of government on Facebook for his work.

The Malaysian prime minister came to power in March 2020, without an election, and led a coalition government after the fall of the government of Mahathir Mohamad, a heavyweight in Malaysian politics. Mr. Yassin had postponed the holding of elections for several months by imposing a state of emergency due to the epidemic.

Read also (2020): Malaysia: Prime Minister Mahathir presents his resignation to the king

No obvious successor

The 74-year-old leader had tried, again Friday, to cling to power, by unsuccessfully offering opposition officials to support him in exchange for the adoption of several reforms. After failing to gain the support of parliamentarians, he held his last cabinet meeting on Monday before heading to the palace to submit his resignation to the Malaysian monarch.

Politicians have already started to position themselves to take his place as prime minister, but he has no obvious successor. The country could plunge back into a tumultuous period of political instability that it has already passed through on several occasions against a backdrop of struggle between rival factions.

This country of 32 million inhabitants is suffering a strong wave of Covid-19 contamination that it is struggling to contain, with tens of thousands of new cases every day. Its economy has been damaged by the lockdowns and restrictions imposed by the government.

Read also (2020): In Malaysia, a new prime minister surprised

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The Malaysian government, led by Muhyiddin Yassin, has resigned, a minister said on Monday (August 16th). This departure opens a new period of political instability for this Southeast Asian country grappling with a resurgence of the Covid-19 epidemic.

“The government has handed in its resignation to the king”Science Minister Khairy Jamaluddin said on his Instagram account. Deputy Sports Minister Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Wan Ahmad Kamal thanked the head of government on Facebook for his work.

The Malaysian prime minister came to power in March 2020, without an election, and led a coalition government after the fall of the government of Mahathir Mohamad, a heavyweight in Malaysian politics. Mr. Yassin had postponed the holding of elections for several months by imposing a state of emergency due to the epidemic.

Read also (2020): Malaysia: Prime Minister Mahathir presents his resignation to the king

No obvious successor

The 74-year-old leader had tried, again Friday, to cling to power, by unsuccessfully offering opposition officials to support him in exchange for the adoption of several reforms. After failing to gain the support of parliamentarians, he held his last cabinet meeting on Monday before heading to the palace to submit his resignation to the Malaysian monarch.

Politicians have already started to position themselves to take his place as prime minister, but he has no obvious successor. The country could plunge back into a tumultuous period of political instability that it has already passed through on several occasions against a backdrop of struggle between rival factions.

This country of 32 million inhabitants is suffering a strong wave of Covid-19 contamination that it is struggling to contain, with tens of thousands of new cases every day. Its economy has been damaged by the lockdowns and restrictions imposed by the government.

Read also (2020): In Malaysia, a new prime minister surprised

Le Monde with AFP and AP

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The morale of the troops plummets. Private security agents already control health passes at the entrance to places of culture or leisure accommodating at least 50 people, such as swimming pools or cinemas. But with the extension, since August 9, of the application of sesame to the entrances of bars, restaurants, hospitals – except in an emergency – stations, airports, etc., even to shopping centers upon decision of the prefect, opens a period full of ” worry “ for these staff, according to Djamel Benotmane, CGT union delegate at Fiducial Private Security, who says he receives “Many calls from employees”.

The fears relate in particular to the risk of conflict with the users whom the agents have to control. According to the group of security companies, in tourist places in Paris, for example, where the control of the pass began on July 21, it took place “Rather well between customers and security guards”.

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But how should the security guards react “If the user does not have a pass?, s’interroge M. Benotmane. There is a risk of conflict occurring, but we do not have the right to enter into a conflict ”. Will they be able to avoid them? “We have no training in conflict management, raises Daniel Peltier, general secretary of the CFTC union of safety prevention employees. The officers are waiting for instructions on what to do. It is already complicated sometimes to enforce the wearing of a mask. This is why there are currently a lot of resignations. “

“Call on the police”

Avoiding conflict is imperative: “We are holders of a professional card renewable every five years, specifies Elhadji Niang, in charge of the prevention and safety branch at the CGT. In the event of an altercation, if there is a complaint for example, your professional card is frozen until the matter is settled. “ Without a card, no work.

For Mr. Peltier, “The best solution, in the event of a conflict, is to exercise your right of withdrawal or to call on the police”. “A part of the population is reluctant to adopt a health pass, adds Alain Bouteloux, FO federal secretary in charge of private security. The security guards will take these rejections in the face. ” In Normandy, at the Caen Memorial, “People at the reception who asked visitors for their passes were called collaborators”, emphasizes Mr. Peltier. He deplores “The establishment of rapid decisions, without consultation with the branch, while one could have explained to the Ministry of the Interior what the difficulties are on the ground”.

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The morale of the troops plummets. Private security agents already control health passes at the entrance to places of culture or leisure accommodating at least 50 people, such as swimming pools or cinemas. But with the extension, since August 9, of the application of sesame to the entrances of bars, restaurants, hospitals – except in an emergency – stations, airports, etc., even to shopping centers upon decision of the prefect, opens a period full of ” worry “ for these staff, according to Djamel Benotmane, CGT union delegate at Fiducial Private Security, who says he receives “Many calls from employees”.

The fears relate in particular to the risk of conflict with the users whom the agents have to control. According to the group of security companies, in tourist places in Paris, for example, where the control of the pass began on July 21, it took place “Rather well between customers and security guards”.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Health pass: security companies are struggling to recruit

But how should the security guards react “If the user does not have a pass?, s’interroge M. Benotmane. There is a risk of conflict occurring, but we do not have the right to enter into a conflict ”. Will they be able to avoid them? “We have no training in conflict management, raises Daniel Peltier, general secretary of the CFTC union of safety prevention employees. The officers are waiting for instructions on what to do. It is already complicated sometimes to enforce the wearing of a mask. This is why there are currently a lot of resignations. “

“Call on the police”

Avoiding conflict is imperative: “We are holders of a professional card renewable every five years, specifies Elhadji Niang, in charge of the prevention and safety branch at the CGT. In the event of an altercation, if there is a complaint for example, your professional card is frozen until the matter is settled. “ Without a card, no work.

For Mr. Peltier, “The best solution, in the event of a conflict, is to exercise your right of withdrawal or to call on the police”. “A part of the population is reluctant to adopt a health pass, adds Alain Bouteloux, FO federal secretary in charge of private security. The security guards will take these rejections in the face. ” In Normandy, at the Caen Memorial, “People at the reception who asked visitors for their passes were called collaborators”, emphasizes Mr. Peltier. He deplores “The establishment of rapid decisions, without consultation with the branch, while one could have explained to the Ministry of the Interior what the difficulties are on the ground”.

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