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The month of July was not synonymous with a “good start” for the thousands of passengers affected by strikes and “embarrassment” at various airports. Canceled or delayed flights, long queues and a feeling of frustration were the scenario that was reproduced in Europe and the USA. Passengers who booked flights for this month will face these problems, because the weekend was just the beginning.

The problem will have started with the pandemic, which forced several airlines and airports to cut staff and salaries, recalls the agency Reuters. Now the aviation sector he complains about the lack of personnel, demands salary increases and asks for better working conditions.

In order to avoid labor disputes, the Norwegian Air, for example, implemented a 3.7% salary increase for pilots in June, along with other benefits.

STRIKE AT CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT BETWEEN JULY 8 AND 10

(Photo by Geoffroy Van der Hasselt / AFP) (Photo by GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT / AFP via Getty Images)

Workers at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris confirmed recently a three-day layover, from the 8th to the 10th of July. The objective is to press a salary increase of 300 euros.

The airport operator would have workers were offered a 4% raise, if they did not agree not to go ahead with the strike on Friday, but this offer was rejected, a union representative told Reuters.

BRITISH AIRLINES CANCELS ABOUT 700 FLIGHTS

In the last few hours, the airline, British Airways canceled around 700 flights for the summer with the aim of reducing workload and avoiding strikes. However, the pilots and crew called for a strike at Heathrow Airport after the airline failed to raise a salary after a 10% cut during the pandemic.

RYANAIR ON STRIKE 12 MORE DAYS

Ryanair cabin crew, based in Spain, plans to carry out a strike for another 12 days this month. Irish low-cost carrier anticipates a “minimal” interruption of the schedules corresponding to flights in July because of the strikes.

At the 10 Spanish airports where Ryanair operates, the crew will strike on the following days: July 12-15, July 18-21, July 25-28.

EASYJET ON STRIKE FOR 9 DAYS

(Photo by Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Swiss cabin crew EasyJet plans to go on strike for nine days in Spain in July, to demand a 40% increase in base pay.

SAS AIRLINE WORKERS ON STRIKE

The Scandinavian airline SAS announced the cancellation of around 50% of its flights after the main pilots’ union declared a strike for lack of progress in negotiations on salary increases.

SAS pointed out in a statement that, after the talks ended without an agreement, wants to continue with the mediation mechanisms to end the strike “as soon as possible”, tin view of the great impact of the stoppage on the holiday season.

According to the company’s estimates, the strike will lead to the cancellation of about 50% of flights as of this Monday, affecting approximately 30,000 passengers a day.

More than 900 pilots based in Sweden, Norway and Denmark have delivered strike notice indefinitely on June 9 denouncing the salary sacrifices demanded by the administration, which are said to be on the order of 30% of salaries.

HIRING STAFF AND INCENTIVES

Airports and airlines are demonstrating efforts to hire more workers after the vast number of layoffs during the Covid-19 crisis.

Os executives do sector they say it is difficult to recruit staff for often demanding jobs and relatively underpaid at airports outside the city centre.

the airport of Schipholin Amsterdam, agreed to pay an extra €5.25 per hour during the summer to 15,000 cleaning staff, porters and security personnel. The airport needs hire 500 security personnel.

Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports in Paris need fill 4,000 jobs, mainly in ssecurity, maintenance and retailing of travel, according to airport operator Groupe ADP and CDG Alliance.

More than 20,000 employees were laid off. at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.

A airport security company operating at this airport is offer a bonus of 180 euros to those who postpone their holidays until after the 15th of September and 150 euros for staff who sign new recruitments.

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The problem will have started with the pandemic, which forced several airlines and airports to cut staff and salaries, recalls the agency Reuters. Now the aviation sector he complains about the lack of personnel, demands salary increases and asks for better working conditions.

In order to avoid labor disputes, the Norwegian Air, for example, implemented a 3.7% salary increase for pilots in June, along with other benefits.

STRIKE AT CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT BETWEEN JULY 8 AND 10

(Photo by Geoffroy Van der Hasselt / AFP) (Photo by GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT / AFP via Getty Images)

Workers at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris confirmed recently a three-day layover, from the 8th to the 10th of July. The objective is to press a salary increase of 300 euros.

The airport operator would have workers were offered a 4% raise, if they did not agree not to go ahead with the strike on Friday, but this offer was rejected, a union representative told Reuters.

BRITISH AIRLINES CANCELS ABOUT 700 FLIGHTS

In the last few hours, the airline, British Airways canceled around 700 flights for the summer with the aim of reducing workload and avoiding strikes. However, the pilots and crew called for a strike at Heathrow Airport after the airline failed to raise a salary after a 10% cut during the pandemic.

RYANAIR ON STRIKE 12 MORE DAYS

Ryanair cabin crew, based in Spain, plans to carry out a strike for another 12 days this month. Irish low-cost carrier anticipates a “minimal” interruption of the schedules corresponding to flights in July because of the strikes.

At the 10 Spanish airports where Ryanair operates, the crew will strike on the following days: July 12-15, July 18-21, July 25-28.

EASYJET ON STRIKE FOR 9 DAYS

(Photo by Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Swiss cabin crew EasyJet plans to go on strike for nine days in Spain in July, to demand a 40% increase in base pay.

SAS AIRLINE WORKERS ON STRIKE

The Scandinavian airline SAS announced the cancellation of around 50% of its flights after the main pilots’ union declared a strike for lack of progress in negotiations on salary increases.

SAS pointed out in a statement that, after the talks ended without an agreement, wants to continue with the mediation mechanisms to end the strike “as soon as possible”, tin view of the great impact of the stoppage on the holiday season.

According to the company’s estimates, the strike will lead to the cancellation of about 50% of flights as of this Monday, affecting approximately 30,000 passengers a day.

More than 900 pilots based in Sweden, Norway and Denmark have delivered strike notice indefinitely on June 9 denouncing the salary sacrifices demanded by the administration, which are said to be on the order of 30% of salaries.

HIRING STAFF AND INCENTIVES

Airports and airlines are demonstrating efforts to hire more workers after the vast number of layoffs during the Covid-19 crisis.

Os executives do sector they say it is difficult to recruit staff for often demanding jobs and relatively underpaid at airports outside the city centre.

the airport of Schipholin Amsterdam, agreed to pay an extra €5.25 per hour during the summer to 15,000 cleaning staff, porters and security personnel. The airport needs hire 500 security personnel.

Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports in Paris need fill 4,000 jobs, mainly in ssecurity, maintenance and retailing of travel, according to airport operator Groupe ADP and CDG Alliance.

More than 20,000 employees were laid off. at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.

A airport security company operating at this airport is offer a bonus of 180 euros to those who postpone their holidays until after the 15th of September and 150 euros for staff who sign new recruitments.

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The problem will have started with the pandemic, which forced several airlines and airports to cut staff and salaries, recalls the agency Reuters. Now the aviation sector he complains about the lack of personnel, demands salary increases and asks for better working conditions.

In order to avoid labor disputes, the Norwegian Air, for example, implemented a 3.7% salary increase for pilots in June, along with other benefits.

STRIKE AT CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT BETWEEN JULY 8 AND 10

(Photo by Geoffroy Van der Hasselt / AFP) (Photo by GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT / AFP via Getty Images)

Workers at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris confirmed recently a three-day layover, from the 8th to the 10th of July. The objective is to press a salary increase of 300 euros.

The airport operator would have workers were offered a 4% raise, if they did not agree not to go ahead with the strike on Friday, but this offer was rejected, a union representative told Reuters.

BRITISH AIRLINES CANCELS ABOUT 700 FLIGHTS

In the last few hours, the airline, British Airways canceled around 700 flights for the summer with the aim of reducing workload and avoiding strikes. However, the pilots and crew called for a strike at Heathrow Airport after the airline failed to raise a salary after a 10% cut during the pandemic.

RYANAIR ON STRIKE 12 MORE DAYS

Ryanair cabin crew, based in Spain, plans to carry out a strike for another 12 days this month. Irish low-cost carrier anticipates a “minimal” interruption of the schedules corresponding to flights in July because of the strikes.

At the 10 Spanish airports where Ryanair operates, the crew will strike on the following days: July 12-15, July 18-21, July 25-28.

EASYJET ON STRIKE FOR 9 DAYS

(Photo by Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Swiss cabin crew EasyJet plans to go on strike for nine days in Spain in July, to demand a 40% increase in base pay.

SAS AIRLINE WORKERS ON STRIKE

The Scandinavian airline SAS announced the cancellation of around 50% of its flights after the main pilots’ union declared a strike for lack of progress in negotiations on salary increases.

SAS pointed out in a statement that, after the talks ended without an agreement, wants to continue with the mediation mechanisms to end the strike “as soon as possible”, tin view of the great impact of the stoppage on the holiday season.

According to the company’s estimates, the strike will lead to the cancellation of about 50% of flights as of this Monday, affecting approximately 30,000 passengers a day.

More than 900 pilots based in Sweden, Norway and Denmark have delivered strike notice indefinitely on June 9 denouncing the salary sacrifices demanded by the administration, which are said to be on the order of 30% of salaries.

HIRING STAFF AND INCENTIVES

Airports and airlines are demonstrating efforts to hire more workers after the vast number of layoffs during the Covid-19 crisis.

Os executives do sector they say it is difficult to recruit staff for often demanding jobs and relatively underpaid at airports outside the city centre.

the airport of Schipholin Amsterdam, agreed to pay an extra €5.25 per hour during the summer to 15,000 cleaning staff, porters and security personnel. The airport needs hire 500 security personnel.

Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports in Paris need fill 4,000 jobs, mainly in ssecurity, maintenance and retailing of travel, according to airport operator Groupe ADP and CDG Alliance.

More than 20,000 employees were laid off. at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.

A airport security company operating at this airport is offer a bonus of 180 euros to those who postpone their holidays until after the 15th of September and 150 euros for staff who sign new recruitments.

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The month of July was not synonymous with a “good start” for the thousands of passengers affected by strikes and “embarrassment” at various airports. Canceled or delayed flights, long queues and a feeling of frustration were the scenario that was reproduced in Europe and the USA. Passengers who booked flights for this month will face these problems, because the weekend was just the beginning.

The problem will have started with the pandemic, which forced several airlines and airports to cut staff and salaries, recalls the agency Reuters. Now the aviation sector he complains about the lack of personnel, demands salary increases and asks for better working conditions.

In order to avoid labor disputes, the Norwegian Air, for example, implemented a 3.7% salary increase for pilots in June, along with other benefits.

STRIKE AT CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT BETWEEN JULY 8 AND 10

(Photo by Geoffroy Van der Hasselt / AFP) (Photo by GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT / AFP via Getty Images)

Workers at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris confirmed recently a three-day layover, from the 8th to the 10th of July. The objective is to press a salary increase of 300 euros.

The airport operator would have workers were offered a 4% raise, if they did not agree not to go ahead with the strike on Friday, but this offer was rejected, a union representative told Reuters.

BRITISH AIRLINES CANCELS ABOUT 700 FLIGHTS

In the last few hours, the airline, British Airways canceled around 700 flights for the summer with the aim of reducing workload and avoiding strikes. However, the pilots and crew called for a strike at Heathrow Airport after the airline failed to raise a salary after a 10% cut during the pandemic.

RYANAIR ON STRIKE 12 MORE DAYS

Ryanair cabin crew, based in Spain, plans to carry out a strike for another 12 days this month. Irish low-cost carrier anticipates a “minimal” interruption of the schedules corresponding to flights in July because of the strikes.

At the 10 Spanish airports where Ryanair operates, the crew will strike on the following days: July 12-15, July 18-21, July 25-28.

EASYJET ON STRIKE FOR 9 DAYS

(Photo by Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Swiss cabin crew EasyJet plans to go on strike for nine days in Spain in July, to demand a 40% increase in base pay.

SAS AIRLINE WORKERS ON STRIKE

The Scandinavian airline SAS announced the cancellation of around 50% of its flights after the main pilots’ union declared a strike for lack of progress in negotiations on salary increases.

SAS pointed out in a statement that, after the talks ended without an agreement, wants to continue with the mediation mechanisms to end the strike “as soon as possible”, tin view of the great impact of the stoppage on the holiday season.

According to the company’s estimates, the strike will lead to the cancellation of about 50% of flights as of this Monday, affecting approximately 30,000 passengers a day.

More than 900 pilots based in Sweden, Norway and Denmark have delivered strike notice indefinitely on June 9 denouncing the salary sacrifices demanded by the administration, which are said to be on the order of 30% of salaries.

HIRING STAFF AND INCENTIVES

Airports and airlines are demonstrating efforts to hire more workers after the vast number of layoffs during the Covid-19 crisis.

Os executives do sector they say it is difficult to recruit staff for often demanding jobs and relatively underpaid at airports outside the city centre.

the airport of Schipholin Amsterdam, agreed to pay an extra €5.25 per hour during the summer to 15,000 cleaning staff, porters and security personnel. The airport needs hire 500 security personnel.

Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports in Paris need fill 4,000 jobs, mainly in ssecurity, maintenance and retailing of travel, according to airport operator Groupe ADP and CDG Alliance.

More than 20,000 employees were laid off. at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.

A airport security company operating at this airport is offer a bonus of 180 euros to those who postpone their holidays until after the 15th of September and 150 euros for staff who sign new recruitments.

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The suspect, described by police as a white male between the ages of 18 and 20, is on the run and “considered armed and dangerous”. According to the sheriff’s office, the man fired a shotgun from the roof of a building. The authorities are still looking for him.

According to the daily Chicago Sun-Times, the parade began around 10 a.m. (5 p.m. Paris time), but only lasted about ten minutes before gunshots were heard. A witness told the American channel CNN to have heard between twenty and twenty-five shots. Videos, filmed by witnesses, have recorded the gunshots and the panic that followed.

The 4th of July festivities canceled around

Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering had confirmed on Twitter that the municipal police were carrying out an intervention in the city center. The July 4 festivities have been canceled, she continued, asking to avoid the perimeter.

Brad Schneider, who represents the state of Illinois in the lower house of Congress, was in this wealthy city, located on the shores of Lake Michigan, when the shots rang out. “My campaign team and I had just met for the start of the parade, when the gunfire started”does he have tweeted after taking cover.

The 4th of July festivities have been canceled in several neighboring towns, notably in Evanston and Mount Prospect, as a precaution.

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At least six people were killed and twenty-four others injured in a shooting Monday, July 4, during a parade on the occasion of July 4, the American national holiday, in Highland Park, a wealthy city north of Chicago (Illinois). Earlier, the municipality said sixteen people had been taken to hospital.

The suspect, described by police as a white male between the ages of 18 and 20, is on the run and “considered armed and dangerous”. According to the sheriff’s office, the man fired a shotgun from the roof of a building. The authorities are still looking for him.

According to the daily Chicago Sun-Times, the parade began around 10 a.m. (5 p.m. Paris time), but only lasted about ten minutes before gunshots were heard. A witness told the American channel CNN to have heard between twenty and twenty-five shots. Videos, filmed by witnesses, have recorded the gunshots and the panic that followed.

The 4th of July festivities canceled around

Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering had confirmed on Twitter that the municipal police were carrying out an intervention in the city center. The July 4 festivities have been canceled, she continued, asking to avoid the perimeter.

Brad Schneider, who represents the state of Illinois in the lower house of Congress, was in this wealthy city, located on the shores of Lake Michigan, when the shots rang out. “My campaign team and I had just met for the start of the parade, when the gunfire started”does he have tweeted after taking cover.

The 4th of July festivities have been canceled in several neighboring towns, notably in Evanston and Mount Prospect, as a precaution.

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The Sakhalin-2 supplies about 4% of the world market for liquefied natural gas.

Russia took control of a major oil and gas project in which Britain’s Shell has a 27.5% stake and Japan’s Mitsui and Mitsubishi another 22.5%.

Towards the end of last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree to take over Sakhalin-2, in a move that particularly affects Japan.

The measure could force Shell, Mitsui y Mitsubishi to abandon their investments as the economic fallout from the Ukraine war spreads.

Oil giant Shell said: “We are aware of the decree and are assessing its implications.”

The decree said that a new company would take over all the rights and obligations de Sakhalin Energy Investment.

Shell signaled in February that it would sell its Russian investments due to the conflict in Ukraine, including the flagship Sakhalin-2 facility in Russia’s Far East.

The company said in April that leaving Russia would mean a $4.6 billion hit.

The project, which supplies around 4% of the world market current liquefied natural gas (LNG), is 50% owned and operated by Gazprom.

According to the decree, Gazprom will retain its stake, but other shareholders must apply to the Russian government for a stake in the new company within a month.

Government it will then decide whether to allow them to keep a stake.

Shell has been in talks with potential buyers for its stake in the project, including some from China and India, according to previous reports by The Daily Telegraph and Reuters.

The firm’s chief executive, Ben van Beurden, said on Wednesday that Shell was “making good progress” on its plan to exit the joint venture.

“I can’t tell you exactly where we are because it’s a business process so I have to respect confidentiality, but I can tell you that when I got an update last week I was very pleased with where we are,” he said.

Analysis of Theo Leggett

BBC business correspondent

This appears to be a deeply political move. The impact is likely to be felt most deeply in Japan, which has been heavily involved in sanctions against Russia.

Three foreign companies have significant holdings en Sakhalin-2: Shell, Mitsui y Mitsubishi.

But Shell has already written off the value of its Russian assets and said it will leave the country.

Meanwhile, Japan relies heavily on imports of liquefied natural gas.

Competition for shipments globally is currently intense, and the Sakhalin project alone it currently satisfies about 8% of its needs.

So the prospect of Russia potentially hijacking Japanese interests in the project is sure to elicit an uneasy response in Tokyo, though ministers insist it won’t make imports “immediately impossible”.

If Russian supplies to Japan are cut off, will have tofind new sources elsewhere, increasing competition for available supplies.

That could push up prices globally, at a time when rising energy costs are already fueling inflation.

Japan measures

The five-page decree, which comes amid Western sanctions on Moscow over the Ukraine invasion, says it is up to the Kremlin to decide whether foreign shareholders should remain in the consortium.

Japan has previously said that even if asked to leave, would not give up their interests in the Sakhalin-2 project, which is important for its energy security.

Shares of Mitsui and Mitsubishi fell 6% in trading on Friday on concern about losses, and the broader Nikkei index fell 1.9%.

A Mitsubishi spokesman said the company was in talks with its partners at Sakhalin Energy and the Japanese government about how to respond to Putin’s decree.

Mitsui did not immediately respond to a BBC request for comment, but told Nikkei Asia he was “in the process of confirming the facts.”

image source, Getty Images

Caption,

Shell has a 27.5% stake in the Sakhalin-2 project.

Mitsui has a 12.5% ​​stake in the project and Mitsubishi 10%, while Shell owns 27.5% minus one share. Russian gas giant Gazprom has 50%, plus one share.

Japan, South Korea and China are the main customers for oil and LNG exports, according to Shell.

Japanese Chief Deputy Cabinet Secretary Seiji Kihara said the government was examining the content of the decree and analyzing Moscow’s intentions.

“Generally speaking, our country’s interests in resources should not be affected,” he told a regular news conference, declining to say whether Japan was in contact with Moscow on the matter.

Japanese Industry Minister Koichi Hagiuda said the government did not view the decree as a requisition.

“The decree does not mean that imports of LNG from Japan will immediately become impossible, but it is necessary to take all possible measures in preparation for unforeseen circumstances,” he said.

pressure on gas

Saul Kavonic, head of Integrated Energy and Resources Research at Credit Suisse, noted that Russian LNG production in projects like Sakhalin-2 is likely to suffer over time as foreign expertise and parts are not available.

“This will materially tighten the LNG market in this decade,” he said.

He indicated that any increase in the Russian government’s involvement will only make the acquisition of these projects more difficult for many buyers.

And he added that Japan was urgently looking for alternative options of supply.

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image source, Getty Images

Caption,

The Sakhalin-2 supplies about 4% of the world market for liquefied natural gas.

Russia took control of a major oil and gas project in which Britain’s Shell has a 27.5% stake and Japan’s Mitsui and Mitsubishi another 22.5%.

Towards the end of last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree to take over Sakhalin-2, in a move that particularly affects Japan.

The measure could force Shell, Mitsui y Mitsubishi to abandon their investments as the economic fallout from the Ukraine war spreads.

Oil giant Shell said: “We are aware of the decree and are assessing its implications.”

The decree said that a new company would take over all the rights and obligations de Sakhalin Energy Investment.

Shell signaled in February that it would sell its Russian investments due to the conflict in Ukraine, including the flagship Sakhalin-2 facility in Russia’s Far East.

The company said in April that leaving Russia would mean a $4.6 billion hit.

The project, which supplies around 4% of the world market current liquefied natural gas (LNG), is 50% owned and operated by Gazprom.

According to the decree, Gazprom will retain its stake, but other shareholders must apply to the Russian government for a stake in the new company within a month.

Government it will then decide whether to allow them to keep a stake.

Shell has been in talks with potential buyers for its stake in the project, including some from China and India, according to previous reports by The Daily Telegraph and Reuters.

The firm’s chief executive, Ben van Beurden, said on Wednesday that Shell was “making good progress” on its plan to exit the joint venture.

“I can’t tell you exactly where we are because it’s a business process so I have to respect confidentiality, but I can tell you that when I got an update last week I was very pleased with where we are,” he said.

Analysis of Theo Leggett

BBC business correspondent

This appears to be a deeply political move. The impact is likely to be felt most deeply in Japan, which has been heavily involved in sanctions against Russia.

Three foreign companies have significant holdings en Sakhalin-2: Shell, Mitsui y Mitsubishi.

But Shell has already written off the value of its Russian assets and said it will leave the country.

Meanwhile, Japan relies heavily on imports of liquefied natural gas.

Competition for shipments globally is currently intense, and the Sakhalin project alone it currently satisfies about 8% of its needs.

So the prospect of Russia potentially hijacking Japanese interests in the project is sure to elicit an uneasy response in Tokyo, though ministers insist it won’t make imports “immediately impossible”.

If Russian supplies to Japan are cut off, will have tofind new sources elsewhere, increasing competition for available supplies.

That could push up prices globally, at a time when rising energy costs are already fueling inflation.

Japan measures

The five-page decree, which comes amid Western sanctions on Moscow over the Ukraine invasion, says it is up to the Kremlin to decide whether foreign shareholders should remain in the consortium.

Japan has previously said that even if asked to leave, would not give up their interests in the Sakhalin-2 project, which is important for its energy security.

Shares of Mitsui and Mitsubishi fell 6% in trading on Friday on concern about losses, and the broader Nikkei index fell 1.9%.

A Mitsubishi spokesman said the company was in talks with its partners at Sakhalin Energy and the Japanese government about how to respond to Putin’s decree.

Mitsui did not immediately respond to a BBC request for comment, but told Nikkei Asia he was “in the process of confirming the facts.”

image source, Getty Images

Caption,

Shell has a 27.5% stake in the Sakhalin-2 project.

Mitsui has a 12.5% ​​stake in the project and Mitsubishi 10%, while Shell owns 27.5% minus one share. Russian gas giant Gazprom has 50%, plus one share.

Japan, South Korea and China are the main customers for oil and LNG exports, according to Shell.

Japanese Chief Deputy Cabinet Secretary Seiji Kihara said the government was examining the content of the decree and analyzing Moscow’s intentions.

“Generally speaking, our country’s interests in resources should not be affected,” he told a regular news conference, declining to say whether Japan was in contact with Moscow on the matter.

Japanese Industry Minister Koichi Hagiuda said the government did not view the decree as a requisition.

“The decree does not mean that imports of LNG from Japan will immediately become impossible, but it is necessary to take all possible measures in preparation for unforeseen circumstances,” he said.

pressure on gas

Saul Kavonic, head of Integrated Energy and Resources Research at Credit Suisse, noted that Russian LNG production in projects like Sakhalin-2 is likely to suffer over time as foreign expertise and parts are not available.

“This will materially tighten the LNG market in this decade,” he said.

He indicated that any increase in the Russian government’s involvement will only make the acquisition of these projects more difficult for many buyers.

And he added that Japan was urgently looking for alternative options of supply.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1656944833) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(37) "Prices will drop starting this Monday" ["link"]=> string(71) "https://movs.world/international/prices-will-drop-starting-this-monday/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 04 Jul 2022 10:26:49 +0000" ["category"]=> string(37) "InternationaldropMondaypricesstarting" ["guid"]=> string(71) "https://movs.world/international/prices-will-drop-starting-this-monday/" ["description"]=> string(529) "Another week and again expectation to find out if fuel prices go up or down. As mentioned here, the Government will maintain the tax cut during the months of July and August. This week fuel prices will come down. Find out what the expected price is. Fuels: Diesel should cost 1,986 euros and gasoline 2,071 ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3618) "

Another week and again expectation to find out if fuel prices go up or down. As mentioned here, the Government will maintain the tax cut during the months of July and August.

This week fuel prices will come down. Find out what the expected price is.

Fuels: Diesel should cost 1,986 euros and gasoline 2,071 euros

The price of fuel will undergo another change from this Monday. The Government will extend the reduction of the Tax on Petroleum Products over the next two months. The measures approved by the Council of Ministers will represent a decrease of 28.2 cents per liter for diesel and 32.1 cents per liter for gasoline, which is close to current values.

According to indications, a liter of simple diesel will again cost less than two euros. According to calculations, the price of diesel should fall to 1,986 euros. Simple gasoline 95 should drop to 2,071 euros.

Fuels: Prices will drop from this Monday

It should be remembered that the evolution of costs depends, however, on each filling station, the brand and the area where it is located.

In order to make available to the public the fuel prices charged at filling stations, and that their knowledge may constitute a weighting factor in the consumer's choice and, in this way, also boost competition, was created, by Decree-Law 243/2008, of 18 December, the Online Fuel Prices Portal.

In addition to prices, information on the location, opening hours and services available at each filling station is also available.

Fuels: Prices will drop from this Monday

This portal also makes it possible to calculate, on a daily basis and for each fuel sold, the average prices, allowing DGEG to make the necessary statistical calculations not only to fulfill Portugal's national and international obligations to report fuel sales prices to the public, but also obtain statistical information that allows the evaluation and support of the monitoring of policies and measures adopted in this area.

" } ["summary"]=> string(529) "Another week and again expectation to find out if fuel prices go up or down. As mentioned here, the Government will maintain the tax cut during the months of July and August. This week fuel prices will come down. Find out what the expected price is. Fuels: Diesel should cost 1,986 euros and gasoline 2,071 ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3618) "

Another week and again expectation to find out if fuel prices go up or down. As mentioned here, the Government will maintain the tax cut during the months of July and August.

This week fuel prices will come down. Find out what the expected price is.

Fuels: Diesel should cost 1,986 euros and gasoline 2,071 euros

The price of fuel will undergo another change from this Monday. The Government will extend the reduction of the Tax on Petroleum Products over the next two months. The measures approved by the Council of Ministers will represent a decrease of 28.2 cents per liter for diesel and 32.1 cents per liter for gasoline, which is close to current values.

According to indications, a liter of simple diesel will again cost less than two euros. According to calculations, the price of diesel should fall to 1,986 euros. Simple gasoline 95 should drop to 2,071 euros.

Fuels: Prices will drop from this Monday

It should be remembered that the evolution of costs depends, however, on each filling station, the brand and the area where it is located.

In order to make available to the public the fuel prices charged at filling stations, and that their knowledge may constitute a weighting factor in the consumer's choice and, in this way, also boost competition, was created, by Decree-Law 243/2008, of 18 December, the Online Fuel Prices Portal.

In addition to prices, information on the location, opening hours and services available at each filling station is also available.

Fuels: Prices will drop from this Monday

This portal also makes it possible to calculate, on a daily basis and for each fuel sold, the average prices, allowing DGEG to make the necessary statistical calculations not only to fulfill Portugal's national and international obligations to report fuel sales prices to the public, but also obtain statistical information that allows the evaluation and support of the monitoring of policies and measures adopted in this area.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1656930409) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(43) "The Japanese and the temptation to withdraw" ["link"]=> string(77) "https://movs.world/international/the-japanese-and-the-temptation-to-withdraw/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 03 Jul 2022 22:23:09 +0000" ["category"]=> string(39) "InternationalJapanesetemptationwithdraw" ["guid"]=> string(77) "https://movs.world/international/the-japanese-and-the-temptation-to-withdraw/" ["description"]=> string(573) "Sunset over Tokyo, July 1, 2022. ISSEI KATO / REUTERS LETTER FROM TOKYO Lagging behind the G7 countries, Japan began to slowly reopen its borders to foreign visitors after taking drastic measures to close the country following the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 at the end of 2021. These measures have been widely supported by public ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4290) "

LETTER FROM TOKYO

Lagging behind the G7 countries, Japan began to slowly reopen its borders to foreign visitors after taking drastic measures to close the country following the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 at the end of 2021. These measures have been widely supported by public opinion to the point that foreigners have seen a new period of “closing the country” (sakoku) like that experienced by Japan at the beginning of the 17the century until the arrival in 1854 off the future port of Yokohama of the gunboats of the American Commodore William Perry who forced the shogunate to open the Archipelago.

Tokyo’s diplomatic activism in fact contrasts with a mixed feeling in the way the Japanese view the foreigner as seen in conversations or letters from newspaper readers. China is certainly scary. But the United States and Europe, shaken by crises and outbreaks of violence, are no longer a dream. The Archipelago, not exempt from social problems, enjoys a stability that stands out among advanced countries. Moreover, as elsewhere, doubts are emerging about this globalization “beneficial” of which the World Economic Forum in Davos wanted to be the high mass.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Covid-19: Japan cautiously reopens its borders to foreign visitors

For the Japanese, the Archipelago’s periods of withdrawal have not always been dark. And the trajectory towards modernization itself experienced a cyclical alternation of phases of xenophile openness and return of Japanese tropism.

At the beginning of the XVIIe century, Japan closed itself abroad to protect itself from the potentially subversive influence of the Christian faith disseminated by Spanish and Portuguese missionaries. He eradicated Christianity and cordoned off the Archipelago. But it was not until the nineteenthe century that the word appeared sakoku ( “chained country”) in the translation, pulling on the meaning of the expression “closing the country” appearing in the writings of the German naturalist and physician Engelbert Kaempfer (1651-1716). The expression remained. But it is misleading.

Closed, the Archipelago was… partially. Kaempfer resided from 1690 to 1692 in the Dutch enclave of Nagasaki authorized to trade for the East India Company. Japan also maintained contact with China and Korea via the Kingdom of Ryukyu (Okinawa) and the island of Tsushima and two others. ” Windows “ on the outside.

Two and a half centuries of isolation

At the time, Korea and China were also “closed”. But Japan had the intelligence thanks to the Nagasaki enclave to keep itself informed of the progress of science in Europe. What was called “Dutch studies” constituted an important contribution which allowed him to switch so quickly into modernity in contact with a West which discovered, fascinated, a civilization in many respects advanced.

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LETTER FROM TOKYO

Lagging behind the G7 countries, Japan began to slowly reopen its borders to foreign visitors after taking drastic measures to close the country following the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 at the end of 2021. These measures have been widely supported by public opinion to the point that foreigners have seen a new period of “closing the country” (sakoku) like that experienced by Japan at the beginning of the 17the century until the arrival in 1854 off the future port of Yokohama of the gunboats of the American Commodore William Perry who forced the shogunate to open the Archipelago.

Tokyo’s diplomatic activism in fact contrasts with a mixed feeling in the way the Japanese view the foreigner as seen in conversations or letters from newspaper readers. China is certainly scary. But the United States and Europe, shaken by crises and outbreaks of violence, are no longer a dream. The Archipelago, not exempt from social problems, enjoys a stability that stands out among advanced countries. Moreover, as elsewhere, doubts are emerging about this globalization “beneficial” of which the World Economic Forum in Davos wanted to be the high mass.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Covid-19: Japan cautiously reopens its borders to foreign visitors

For the Japanese, the Archipelago’s periods of withdrawal have not always been dark. And the trajectory towards modernization itself experienced a cyclical alternation of phases of xenophile openness and return of Japanese tropism.

At the beginning of the XVIIe century, Japan closed itself abroad to protect itself from the potentially subversive influence of the Christian faith disseminated by Spanish and Portuguese missionaries. He eradicated Christianity and cordoned off the Archipelago. But it was not until the nineteenthe century that the word appeared sakoku ( “chained country”) in the translation, pulling on the meaning of the expression “closing the country” appearing in the writings of the German naturalist and physician Engelbert Kaempfer (1651-1716). The expression remained. But it is misleading.

Closed, the Archipelago was… partially. Kaempfer resided from 1690 to 1692 in the Dutch enclave of Nagasaki authorized to trade for the East India Company. Japan also maintained contact with China and Korea via the Kingdom of Ryukyu (Okinawa) and the island of Tsushima and two others. ” Windows “ on the outside.

Two and a half centuries of isolation

At the time, Korea and China were also “closed”. But Japan had the intelligence thanks to the Nagasaki enclave to keep itself informed of the progress of science in Europe. What was called “Dutch studies” constituted an important contribution which allowed him to switch so quickly into modernity in contact with a West which discovered, fascinated, a civilization in many respects advanced.

You have 52.31% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1656886989) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(61) "Ricky Martin reacts after domestic violence restraining order" ["link"]=> string(95) "https://movs.world/international/ricky-martin-reacts-after-domestic-violence-restraining-order/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 03 Jul 2022 14:20:45 +0000" ["category"]=> string(146) "InternationalCulturedomesticeconomyfamafootballinternationalMartinNationalNewsorderPAÍSpoliticsreactsrestrainingRickysporttechnologyviolenceworld" ["guid"]=> string(95) "https://movs.world/international/ricky-martin-reacts-after-domestic-violence-restraining-order/" ["description"]=> string(623) "RIcky Martin denies allegations he is being targeted after a domestic violence restraining order was issued. It should be noted that a complaint was made against the artist under Law 54 (also known as the Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention Act by the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law), and the identity of the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2610) "

RIcky Martin denies allegations he is being targeted after a domestic violence restraining order was issued.

It should be noted that a complaint was made against the artist under Law 54 (also known as the Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention Act by the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law), and the identity of the alleged victim was not disclosed. The singer reacted through a statement sent by his representatives to People.

“The allegations against Ricky Martin, which led to a restraining order, are completely false and fabricated,” they said. “We are very confident that when the true facts are out, our client will be fully vindicated,” they added.

According to the Associated Press, a judge has issued a restraining order against the Puerto Rican singer, police said Saturday.

The order was signed on Friday and the authorities visited the place where the artist lives to try to comply with the order, as the spokesman for the authorities explained. “So far, the police have not been able to find him,” he said.

According to the Puerto Rico newspaper El Vocero, the order states that Ricky Martin and the alleged victim had been in a relationship for seven months and that they separated two years ago. However, it is said, the singer did not accept the separation and was seen near the petitioner’s home at least three times. “The petitioner fears for his safety.”

The said restraining order prevents the artist from contacting or calling the person who filed a complaint. The judge will later determine at a hearing whether the order should remain in effect or be revoked.

Also Read: At 50, Ricky Martin shows off toned body by appearing bare-chested

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RIcky Martin denies allegations he is being targeted after a domestic violence restraining order was issued.

It should be noted that a complaint was made against the artist under Law 54 (also known as the Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention Act by the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law), and the identity of the alleged victim was not disclosed. The singer reacted through a statement sent by his representatives to People.

“The allegations against Ricky Martin, which led to a restraining order, are completely false and fabricated,” they said. “We are very confident that when the true facts are out, our client will be fully vindicated,” they added.

According to the Associated Press, a judge has issued a restraining order against the Puerto Rican singer, police said Saturday.

The order was signed on Friday and the authorities visited the place where the artist lives to try to comply with the order, as the spokesman for the authorities explained. “So far, the police have not been able to find him,” he said.

According to the Puerto Rico newspaper El Vocero, the order states that Ricky Martin and the alleged victim had been in a relationship for seven months and that they separated two years ago. However, it is said, the singer did not accept the separation and was seen near the petitioner’s home at least three times. “The petitioner fears for his safety.”

The said restraining order prevents the artist from contacting or calling the person who filed a complaint. The judge will later determine at a hearing whether the order should remain in effect or be revoked.

Also Read: At 50, Ricky Martin shows off toned body by appearing bare-chested

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1656858045) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(53) "Humboldt University cancels lecture on sex and gender" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://movs.world/international/humboldt-university-cancels-lecture-on-sex-and-gender/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 03 Jul 2022 10:19:22 +0000" ["category"]=> string(178) "InternationalBirgit MangelsdorfcancelsgenderHumboldtHumboldt-UniversitätlectureLouise VollbrechtMarie Louise VollbrechtMarie Luise VollbrechtMathias DöpfnerSexTwitterUniversity" ["guid"]=> string(87) "https://movs.world/international/humboldt-university-cancels-lecture-on-sex-and-gender/" ["description"]=> string(628) "Dhe Humboldt University in Berlin has canceled a lecture by biologist Marie Luise Vollbrecht that was planned as part of the “Long Night of Science”. This Sunday afternoon she wanted to show that there are only two genders in biology. The left-wing group “Working Group of Critical Lawyers” called for a counter-demonstration. According to a ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(15264) "

Dhe Humboldt University in Berlin has canceled a lecture by biologist Marie Luise Vollbrecht that was planned as part of the “Long Night of Science”. This Sunday afternoon she wanted to show that there are only two genders in biology. The left-wing group “Working Group of Critical Lawyers” called for a counter-demonstration. According to a statement by the group, Vollbrecht’s “thesis” is “unscientific, inhuman and hostile to queer and trans*”. The fact that the Humboldt University offers a stage to a “well-known trans * hostile speaker is scandalous,” according to the appeal. “There is no place for queer hostility at our university. See you on the street!”, writes the “working group” on Twitter. The university then canceled the lecture, for security reasons, it is said.

Michael Hanfeld

responsible editor for feuilleton online and “media”.

The police had informed them that a protest was planned, the “Welt am Sonntag” quoted the university as saying. A counter-demonstration was also announced. “We very much regret that Ms. Vollbrecht cannot give the lecture,” said the university’s head of communications, Birgit Mangelsdorf, of the newspaper. You don’t make a substantive decision, but follow security concerns. “We are looking for a way that Ms. Vollbrecht can talk about her work at the HU at a later date,” the spokeswoman quoted the “Welt am Sonntag” as saying. The quote from the university in the “Bild” newspaper reads that the lecture was “cancelled in the interest of the event as a whole and of the visitors”. “The debate about the lecture” threatened to “overshadow all other offers”.









Marie Louise Vollbrecht’s theme was: “Gender is not the same gender. Sex, gender and why there are only two sexes in biology”. So it should be about the difference between biological sex and the attribution of the social gender role (gender). Trans activists who value such a distinction are often referred to as ” transphobic” attacked.

Rejection “for fear of violence”

This is also the case for Marie Louise Vollbrecht, who co-wrote an article in the “Welt” against which the trans scene also ran a storm. The queer job fair “Sticks & Stones” had immediately uninvited the Springer publishing house, which had supported the event for years. Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner felt compelled to dismiss the article as “underground”, scientifically “at best grossly one-sided” and in tone “superficial, condescending and resentful”. At the same time, Döpfner opposed the cancellation reflex of the trade fair organizers, the Uhlala Group. For a guest article in a newspaper, “18,000 employees of this company would be held jointly liable”.

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Dhe Humboldt University in Berlin has canceled a lecture by biologist Marie Luise Vollbrecht that was planned as part of the “Long Night of Science”. This Sunday afternoon she wanted to show that there are only two genders in biology. The left-wing group “Working Group of Critical Lawyers” called for a counter-demonstration. According to a statement by the group, Vollbrecht’s “thesis” is “unscientific, inhuman and hostile to queer and trans*”. The fact that the Humboldt University offers a stage to a “well-known trans * hostile speaker is scandalous,” according to the appeal. “There is no place for queer hostility at our university. See you on the street!”, writes the “working group” on Twitter. The university then canceled the lecture, for security reasons, it is said.

Michael Hanfeld

responsible editor for feuilleton online and “media”.

The police had informed them that a protest was planned, the “Welt am Sonntag” quoted the university as saying. A counter-demonstration was also announced. “We very much regret that Ms. Vollbrecht cannot give the lecture,” said the university’s head of communications, Birgit Mangelsdorf, of the newspaper. You don’t make a substantive decision, but follow security concerns. “We are looking for a way that Ms. Vollbrecht can talk about her work at the HU at a later date,” the spokeswoman quoted the “Welt am Sonntag” as saying. The quote from the university in the “Bild” newspaper reads that the lecture was “cancelled in the interest of the event as a whole and of the visitors”. “The debate about the lecture” threatened to “overshadow all other offers”.









Marie Louise Vollbrecht’s theme was: “Gender is not the same gender. Sex, gender and why there are only two sexes in biology”. So it should be about the difference between biological sex and the attribution of the social gender role (gender). Trans activists who value such a distinction are often referred to as ” transphobic” attacked.

Rejection “for fear of violence”

This is also the case for Marie Louise Vollbrecht, who co-wrote an article in the “Welt” against which the trans scene also ran a storm. The queer job fair “Sticks & Stones” had immediately uninvited the Springer publishing house, which had supported the event for years. Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner felt compelled to dismiss the article as “underground”, scientifically “at best grossly one-sided” and in tone “superficial, condescending and resentful”. At the same time, Döpfner opposed the cancellation reflex of the trade fair organizers, the Uhlala Group. For a guest article in a newspaper, “18,000 employees of this company would be held jointly liable”.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1656843562) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(35) "a Documenta listening to resistance" ["link"]=> string(69) "https://movs.world/international/a-documenta-listening-to-resistance/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 03 Jul 2022 02:17:08 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "InternationalDocumentalisteningRésistance" ["guid"]=> string(69) "https://movs.world/international/a-documenta-listening-to-resistance/" ["description"]=> string(546) "View of Documenta Halle, during the press visit, June 15, 2022. MARTIN MEISSNER/AP Every Documenta is an adventure. Every five years, the German city of Cassel, in Hesse, becomes the spokesperson for world creation. Artists invade the city, for an open-air exhibition that sets the tone for all the museums and art centers on the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3720) "

Every Documenta is an adventure. Every five years, the German city of Cassel, in Hesse, becomes the spokesperson for world creation. Artists invade the city, for an open-air exhibition that sets the tone for all the museums and art centers on the planet. This 15e edition will be marked with a white stone: favoring ethics over aesthetics, the fight over observation, Documenta is for the first time orchestrated by an extra-Western artistic direction (except for the American-Nigerian Okwui Enwezor in 2002).

It was the Indonesian collective ruangrupa, founded in Jakarta in 2000 and hitherto known only to experts on the Asian scene, which orchestrated the event by making its revolution. No more Eurocentrism, place for South-South dialogues. Rather than aligning the works, he endeavored to resonate with all sorts of resistance, social or political. So we dance there, we skate there, we print leaflets there, we play there, we campaign there: a hundred promises for a hundred days of exhibition.

Rather than the artist-star, ruangrupa favored the collective, deploying a constellation of projects according to the Indonesian principle of shed, a community space for sharing harvests. Even if it means turning into a bit of a hubbub. Often, we no longer know who is sharing, or what: the avalanche effect of collectives inviting other collectives which in turn invite others is sometimes formidable. The Fridericianum Museum is teeming with sketches, with arrows, bubbles, diatribes, potatoes and dynamics, revealing the bowels of these cooperatives of all kinds. But rather than the process, we would have preferred to contemplate the result.

Questioning

It is all the more unfortunate that the institution, on the very central Friedrichsplatz, is traditionally the beating heart of the five-year. Coming out of there, this Documenta is nonetheless an adventure, for the institution which is questioning itself like never before, and for the public: ruangrupa has taken over neighborhoods which have rarely seen the end of a fan’s nose. ‘art.

During his wanderings (two days minimum are recommended), the visitor will thus get lost between the tombs of the strange museum of sepulchral culture, before sniffing plants in a squat. He will have the choice to wander in the splendid Karlsaue park in search of a compost well hidden behind the pines, or to shudder in front of a rather gory Kenyan film. He will weave through a labyrinthine cellar haunted by sadomasochistic utensils. In the secrecy of a tunnel, he will be grabbed by the inverted pythia of Black Quantum Futurism, to whom he will have to entrust his vision of the future. In a wildly fifties hotel, he will discover a world in miniature.

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Every Documenta is an adventure. Every five years, the German city of Cassel, in Hesse, becomes the spokesperson for world creation. Artists invade the city, for an open-air exhibition that sets the tone for all the museums and art centers on the planet. This 15e edition will be marked with a white stone: favoring ethics over aesthetics, the fight over observation, Documenta is for the first time orchestrated by an extra-Western artistic direction (except for the American-Nigerian Okwui Enwezor in 2002).

It was the Indonesian collective ruangrupa, founded in Jakarta in 2000 and hitherto known only to experts on the Asian scene, which orchestrated the event by making its revolution. No more Eurocentrism, place for South-South dialogues. Rather than aligning the works, he endeavored to resonate with all sorts of resistance, social or political. So we dance there, we skate there, we print leaflets there, we play there, we campaign there: a hundred promises for a hundred days of exhibition.

Rather than the artist-star, ruangrupa favored the collective, deploying a constellation of projects according to the Indonesian principle of shed, a community space for sharing harvests. Even if it means turning into a bit of a hubbub. Often, we no longer know who is sharing, or what: the avalanche effect of collectives inviting other collectives which in turn invite others is sometimes formidable. The Fridericianum Museum is teeming with sketches, with arrows, bubbles, diatribes, potatoes and dynamics, revealing the bowels of these cooperatives of all kinds. But rather than the process, we would have preferred to contemplate the result.

Questioning

It is all the more unfortunate that the institution, on the very central Friedrichsplatz, is traditionally the beating heart of the five-year. Coming out of there, this Documenta is nonetheless an adventure, for the institution which is questioning itself like never before, and for the public: ruangrupa has taken over neighborhoods which have rarely seen the end of a fan’s nose. ‘art.

During his wanderings (two days minimum are recommended), the visitor will thus get lost between the tombs of the strange museum of sepulchral culture, before sniffing plants in a squat. He will have the choice to wander in the splendid Karlsaue park in search of a compost well hidden behind the pines, or to shudder in front of a rather gory Kenyan film. He will weave through a labyrinthine cellar haunted by sadomasochistic utensils. In the secrecy of a tunnel, he will be grabbed by the inverted pythia of Black Quantum Futurism, to whom he will have to entrust his vision of the future. In a wildly fifties hotel, he will discover a world in miniature.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1656814628) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(77) "Susana Dosamantes, actress and mother of Paulina Rubio, died at the age of 74" ["link"]=> string(109) "https://movs.world/international/susana-dosamantes-actress-and-mother-of-paulina-rubio-died-at-the-age-of-74/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 02 Jul 2022 22:16:00 +0000" ["category"]=> string(61) "InternationalactressAgediedDosamantesmotherPaulinaRubioSusana" ["guid"]=> string(109) "https://movs.world/international/susana-dosamantes-actress-and-mother-of-paulina-rubio-died-at-the-age-of-74/" ["description"]=> string(695) "Susana became Pulina’s mother on June 17, 1971 (Photo: Instagram/@sdosamantesof) was reported on death of Susana Dosamantes this Saturday, July 2, at the age of 74. The first actress and mother of Pauline Rubiosuffered from cancer. Last April the actress announced that she suffered from pancreatic cancer and was in treatment with the best doctors ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5780) "
Susana became Pulina’s mother on June 17, 1971 (Photo: Instagram/@sdosamantesof)

was reported on death of Susana Dosamantes this Saturday, July 2, at the age of 74. The first actress and mother of Pauline Rubiosuffered from cancer.

Last April the actress announced that she suffered from pancreatic cancer and was in treatment with the best doctors in Miami, in the United States. However, she unfortunately would not have managed to overcome the disease.

According to reports, the protagonist of films such as Jalisco never loses y compadre’s day He died at 11:00 a.m. on July 2 in a hospital in Florida, USA..

Just last Thursday, Paulina Rubio asked for prayers for her mother after receiving an award from the magazine Marie Claire in the Metropolitan Palace of the CDMX.

“I want to say something: I am in a very sensitive moment in my familyand vulnerability is something that has to be taught. I want your best prayer for my motherwho is always with me and that we live in very uncertain times in the family (…) We are hand in hand with God with my mom

(Photo: Instagram/@paulinarubio)
(Photo: Instagram/@paulinarubio)

After weeks in which the rumor was around, Susana was going through a bad time, through a statement in the magazine Who the actress confirmed that she suffered from pancreatic cancer; nevertheless, he was facing it with the best attitude.

the mother of the golden girl She shared that she was surrounded by love and support thanks to her children and grandchildren. Also, she was being treated at the Monut Sinai Medical Center in the United States and sometimes received treatment in Mexico City as well.

“His children, his grandchildren and his family are united and focused on his recovery. We have full confidence in the medical staff both in Mexico and in Miami, who has extensive experience and professionalism in this type of cancer, ”wrote the Dosamantes family in the letter.

(Photo: IMDb)
(Photo: IMDb)

Mary of Perpetual Help Guadalupe Susana Dosamantes Rul Riestraknown as Susana Dosamantes, was born on January 9, 1948 in Guadalajara.

His artistic career began in the decline of cinema in his Golden Age with the movie memories of the future (1968). She was quick to catapult her fame thanks to her talent in performing arts and her beauty.

Of his filmography, the films stand out: the red marewhich he filmed with Antonio Aguilar, border rosealong with Eric del Castillo and Dirty Triumph. In her adulthood she participated in several horror, suspense and drama films such as Beloved Enemy, the ghost of my girlfriend y the pleasure of revenge.

(Photo: IMDb)
(Photo: IMDb)

Susana filmed more than 30 moviesbut also entered the world of television with at least 23 soap operas.

His first melodrama was Italian girl comes to get married (1971) and the last production in which he participated was in If they let us (2021). Thanks to her talent as a villain of hers, she won the award TVyNovelas a Best Antagonistic Actress in 1990 by Die for live.

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Susana became Pulina’s mother on June 17, 1971 (Photo: Instagram/@sdosamantesof)

was reported on death of Susana Dosamantes this Saturday, July 2, at the age of 74. The first actress and mother of Pauline Rubiosuffered from cancer.

Last April the actress announced that she suffered from pancreatic cancer and was in treatment with the best doctors in Miami, in the United States. However, she unfortunately would not have managed to overcome the disease.

According to reports, the protagonist of films such as Jalisco never loses y compadre’s day He died at 11:00 a.m. on July 2 in a hospital in Florida, USA..

Just last Thursday, Paulina Rubio asked for prayers for her mother after receiving an award from the magazine Marie Claire in the Metropolitan Palace of the CDMX.

“I want to say something: I am in a very sensitive moment in my familyand vulnerability is something that has to be taught. I want your best prayer for my motherwho is always with me and that we live in very uncertain times in the family (…) We are hand in hand with God with my mom

(Photo: Instagram/@paulinarubio)
(Photo: Instagram/@paulinarubio)

After weeks in which the rumor was around, Susana was going through a bad time, through a statement in the magazine Who the actress confirmed that she suffered from pancreatic cancer; nevertheless, he was facing it with the best attitude.

the mother of the golden girl She shared that she was surrounded by love and support thanks to her children and grandchildren. Also, she was being treated at the Monut Sinai Medical Center in the United States and sometimes received treatment in Mexico City as well.

“His children, his grandchildren and his family are united and focused on his recovery. We have full confidence in the medical staff both in Mexico and in Miami, who has extensive experience and professionalism in this type of cancer, ”wrote the Dosamantes family in the letter.

(Photo: IMDb)
(Photo: IMDb)

Mary of Perpetual Help Guadalupe Susana Dosamantes Rul Riestraknown as Susana Dosamantes, was born on January 9, 1948 in Guadalajara.

His artistic career began in the decline of cinema in his Golden Age with the movie memories of the future (1968). She was quick to catapult her fame thanks to her talent in performing arts and her beauty.

Of his filmography, the films stand out: the red marewhich he filmed with Antonio Aguilar, border rosealong with Eric del Castillo and Dirty Triumph. In her adulthood she participated in several horror, suspense and drama films such as Beloved Enemy, the ghost of my girlfriend y the pleasure of revenge.

(Photo: IMDb)
(Photo: IMDb)

Susana filmed more than 30 moviesbut also entered the world of television with at least 23 soap operas.

His first melodrama was Italian girl comes to get married (1971) and the last production in which he participated was in If they let us (2021). Thanks to her talent as a villain of hers, she won the award TVyNovelas a Best Antagonistic Actress in 1990 by Die for live.

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Susana Dosamantes, mother of Paulina Rubio, confirmed that she has pancreatic cancer
Paulina Rubio praised the figure of her mother and children: “Honor to whom honor deserves”
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