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Donald Trump a signé lundi un nouveau décret interdisant match 90 jours l’entrée des Etats-Unis aux ressortissants de 6 pays musulmans, décret amendé en vue de passer l’obstacle de la probity et d’éviter le tollé mondial de sa première version.

A lire :La cessation du décret migratoire de Trump maintenue standard la justice

L’accueil de réfugiés est également suspendu match 120 jours, le temps de mettre en place de nouvelles procédures permettant de vérifier le passé des demandeurs.

Le président américain continuait parallèlement à se battre sur un autre front, avec l’affaire des contacts supposés entre son environment et des responsables russes match la campagne présidentielle.

Après avoir accusé ce week-end Barack Obama de l’avoir placé sur écoute avant l’élection, il a demandé au Congrès d’élargir son enquête et d’intensifier la chasse aux “fuiteurs”.

M. Trump, invisible lundi, a signé le décret dans le Bureau ovale, et non lors d’un événement médiatisé. Il entrera en vigueur le 16 mars.

Ce décret “est une mesure vitale flow renforcer notre sécurité nationale”, a assuré le cook de la diplomatie américaine, Rex Tillerson, lors d’une déclaration avec ses homologues de la Justice et de la Sécurité intérieure.

“Les principes du décret restent les mêmes”, a assuré Sean Spicer, porte-parole de la Maison Blanche.

L’Irak retiré de la liste des pays dont les ressortissants sont interdits d’entrée

Principaux amendements standard rapport au décret du 27 janvier, bloqué standard la probity fédérale: l’Irak ne fait and partie des pays dont les ressortissants ne pourront and entrer aux Etats-Unis, et les résidents permanents (“cartes vertes”) ainsi que les détenteurs de visas sont explicitement protégés.

Pour les réfugiés, la postponement durera 120 jours, comme auparavant. Mais cette fois cela vaut également flow les réfugiés syriens, qui étaient bannis indéfiniment dans le précédente mouture du texte. Quant aux réfugiés dont le excursion aux Etats-Unis était déjà planifié, ils pourront s’y rendre.

Ce décret présidentiel est le prélude à la mise en place d’une politique de “vérification extrême” aux frontières -qui reste à définir- afin d’empêcher des infiltrations jihadistes.

L’administration a justifié l’urgence de ces mesures en affirmant qu’environ 300 personnes entrées comme réfugiés faisaient actuellement l’objet d’une enquête antiterroriste du FBI.

Avec le premier décret, suspendu standard un juge le 3 février et définitivement révoqué lundi, Donald Trump avait été accusé de taste -potentiellement anticonstitutionnelle- envers les musulmans. Cette nouvelle chronicle est présentée comme and solide juridiquement.

Beaucoup and détaillé, ce décret nouvelle chronicle est deux fois and long. Et la préférence accordée aux minorités religieuses persécutées, qui avantageait les chrétiens, a été supprimée.

De multiples exemptions possibles, au cas flow cas, sont énumérées: ceux qui rendraient visite à de la famille, auraient un enfant nécessitant des soins d’urgence, ou encore les étrangers ayant travaillé flow l’armée américaine, reference illusive aux interprètes irakiens, dont certains avaient été bloqués dans les aéroports.

Et le président décrit en longueur la conditions sécuritaire des 6 pays frappés d’interdiction.

Il s’agit des trois pays listés standard les Etats-Unis comme “soutenant le terrorisme” (Iran, Syrie, Soudan), ainsi que trois Etats “compromis de façon significative standard des organisations terroristes” ou étant théâtres de “zones de conflit actives” (Libye, Somalie, Yémen). Vérifier les antécédents des demandeurs s’y avère impossible, selon l’administration américaine.

“Rendez-vous au tribunal”, a prévenu l’ACLU

Cette réécriture a satisfait la majorité républicaine, dont beaucoup s’étaient désolidarisés du gouvernement.

“Ce nouveau décret promeut notre objectif commun de protéger le pays”, s’est félicité Paul Ryan, président de la Chambre des représentants.

Mais les ONG et l’opposition démocrate ont dénoncé un texte à peine édulcoré, toujours discriminatoire.

La grande organisation de défense des droits civiques ACLU a promis de le contester, en donnant “Rendez-vous au tribunal” sur Twitter.

“Ce nouveau décret stigmatise toujours l’islam et les musulmans. Il ne splinter pas l’Amérique and sûre, mais il la splinter moins grande”, a déploré flow sa partial Nihad Awad, directeur du CAIR, le Conseil des family américano-islamiques.

L’Irak n’est and visé automobile son gouvernement aurait accepté de fournir des informations supplémentaires sur ses citoyens demandant des visas. Bagdad, qui avait protesté d’être mis au ban, s’est félicité du revirement.

Pendant la postponement de 120 jours, Washington demandera à certains pays de partager and d’informations.

Avec ce lancement précautionneux, l’exécutif souhaite éviter les scènes de difficulty vues dans les aéroports fin janvier, quand le décret avait été appliqué sans avertissement.

“Il n’y aura pas de disharmony dans les aéroports”, a expliqué un haut responsable du ministère de la Sécurité intérieure. “Si vous avez un visa valide, vous n’aurez pas de problème”, a assuré un haut responsable du département d’Etat.

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Let’s call it grin therapy: a autumn/winter 17 deteriorate has shown merriment in times of despair, going high when a universe went low, as Hillary Clinton’s best crony Michelle Obama taught us. Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski wasn’t about to make a domestic matter during her Hermès uncover on Monday, though her energetic collection where shearling coats in sorbet colours most took a equestrian oppulance residence to a unusual high felt decidedly statement-y. It reflected Hermès’ ongoing reinvention towards a somewhat younger, some-more fashion-forward place, really most felt during Veronique Nichanian’s men’s uncover in January, too—an approach, that goes hand-in-hand with a clarity of fun that’s always surrounded a house. Last summer, for instance, they shipped a congregated conform press off to a French castle where opening artists roamed a adjacent woods dressed as fantastical creatures. There wasn’t a mantle or bag in sight. This was pristine fun, a individualist Hermès way, and it’s superb to see that suggestion translated into Vanhee-Cybulski and Nichanian’s collections.

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Perhaps conform has been reading The Secret, a self-help book that teaches we to visualize your ideal reality; make a collage of a things we wish to achieve—that Ralph Lauren debate husband, a residence in a Cotswolds, assent on Earth, and a Birkin bag. Certainly this attention knows how to put together a good mood board, though a deteriorate has been a lot some-more forceful in a eagerness for peace than that. At Missoni in Milan, Angela Missoni and her geo-knit-clad house took to a runway post-show and gave a debate job for a conform attention to arise adult opposite a domestic situation. Shows including Tommy Hilfiger and Dior have promoted a white bandana, fashion’s central anti-Trump accessory. And on Monday morning during a Opera, Stella McCartney’s models rang out her uncover with singing and dancing to George Michael’s Faith, a ridicule good singalong event that done Anna Wintour and Pamela Anderson grin courtside. McCartney tackled a cone bra, effectively needlework pointy breast shapes into tops.

Stella McCartney autumn/winter 17

When her BFF Madonna pioneered that demeanour on her Blond Ambition Tour some thirty years ago, several countries threatened to detain her. The Ancient Egypt-inspired opening she put on wearing her Jean Paul Gaultier cones and simulating masturbation on theatre was simply too most for a 1990 world. Determined to foster her summary of womanlike empowerment – that any lady is giveaway to appreciate that in her possess proceed – a thespian went by with her performances. In a stage prisoner in her debate documentary Truth or Dare, she and her backup singers travel to a venue in Toronto – one of a cities that had threatened detain – singing Holiday, “celebration, come together in each nation”. As we proceed International Women’s Day tomorrow, a new era of womanlike purpose models are carrying to quarrel a same battles Madonna did behind afterwards (and still does), and conform can be a absolute apparatus for it—not only in a proceed of what we wear, though since of a large height a conform uncover now commands.

Stella McCartney autumn/winter 17

On Monday dusk in Paris, Sarah Burton took us behind to an age where feminism was seen as a opposite kind of threat. Her Alexander McQueen collection distinguished Cornwall’s story of paganism and witchcraft, that didn’t always have a enchanting ring to it, it does now. It was a thought of a nature-centric woman, whose peace with a elements and eccentric walk shocked a masculine egos of a Middle Ages. Burton beautifully portrayed a seemly inlet of these women, who would tie ribbons around a twigs of trees and spin them into Wishing Trees or Trees of Life, an picture a engineer translated into ethereal beading and threading on dresses and coats. But there was also a darker, some-more protecting component to a collection – that used a soundtrack from Lion, a exile runway strike this deteriorate – celebrated in a Gothic armour silhouettes that non-stop a show, assembled in leather. Burton referenced it as “Queen Guinevere’s soothing armour”, and we couldn’t have asked for a improved picture of a uniform carried by a new era of feminists.

Alexander McQueen autumn/winter 17

The autumn/winter 17 women’s deteriorate hasn’t been a rebellious march some would have approaching for a initial conform presentations following a domestic events of 2016. Rather, it’s kept a conduct adult high and attempted to pull a summary of confidence and togetherness. But in all a poetic demonstrations of brotherhood and peace and joined fronts opposite Trump and his cronies, some of us have wondered where that suggestion was only a few months ago when Hillary Clinton was fighting to kick him and few came out ancillary her with a integrity we’re now saying opposite Trump. Where were a runway speeches then? Where were a large messages of support for a person, who could have been a initial lady to lead a Free World? On Women’s Day tomorrow, let’s give it adult for Hillary Clinton, whose signature pantsuit, by a way, has been a large tie on a runways this season, and who came so tighten to realising a ultimate dream.

Alexander McQueen autumn/winter 17

Read: From New York to London to Milan to Paris, check out all a coverage you’ll need of a autumn/winter 17 shows.

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For those of us who can’t sew, who can usually hoop so most vintage, and who aren’t accurately shopping couture, Collings has good news: There’s another approach to build a habit full of singular looks—and each conform lady does it. “When we shop, consider over a garment’s dictated use,” she advises. “Wearing an object in an astonishing or unintended approach is a good approach to supplement a small creativity to your look.” The ideal example? 7 for All Mankind’s Belted Shirt Dress—also famous as her stream favorite striped coat, that she tells us is a ideal weight for this time of year.

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Known for both crafting artistic soil tracks, including Wiley’s determined return Back with a Banger, as good as Solo 45′s chant-anthem Feed ‘em to a Lions, Birmingham beat-master Nathan Gerald has now expelled his possess offering.

The intelligent Blank Canvas delivers 5 graphic tracks, any distinct a other; from sheer 140, to a skippiest of skippy garage, Preditah’s rambling tempos showcase a producer’s premonition for all moods. Opening with a super sub-lo Touch Road featuring Pred’s hermit C4 and his ‘picky afro like Skepta’, a EP closes out with gaseous instrumental, Tango.

Here, exclusively for i-D, Pred talks by any of a 5 marks that forms Blank Canvas.

Touch Road ft. C4
“I stoical a instrumental behind in Oct while we was on my Australian tour. All we had was my laptop and headphones rather than loads of hardware to play around with and program that we have fibbing around in my studio. The instrumental was strange named Cricket (laughs). Anyway, we sent C4 a shave of a kick by Whatsapp, since C4 grew adult on garage and soil instrumentals so he understands a good, elementary beat. C4 came to my studio in Jan this year and he had already had a initial 16 bars and carol of Touch Road over a kick he made. we desired a lyrics so most that we asked him if he could underline on my EP with it. He was adult for it and we spent a few hours going over new beats we had done and we attempted and attempted though we couldn’t find a kick that matched a vibe of his lyrics. At a finish of a session, we played a Cricket kick that we done behind in Australia and C4 was in a credentials messing around, spitting a bars of Touch Road. we incited a kick adult and he squabble a lyrics louder and in that moment, we knew we found a winner! That’s how Touch Road came about – incidentally on purpose!”

Caveman
“I stoical Caveman behind in Apr 2016. If you’ve been following my productions from when we initial started, you’ll know that we am a outrageous fan of regulating strings and orchestral sounds within my compositions. Caveman is flattering most an orchestral sounding kick that captures my mood during a time. we wanted to make a elementary though indignant beat. The drums are hard-hitting and if we tighten your eyes and play this kick loud, you’ll hear a passion behind it.”

Goblin
“I was in my studio with a few of my friends final Nov when we done this. we done a kick while they were watching. we intentionally wanted to harmonise something that was ‘left’ and not my common style. Progression is what I’m all about and this kick shows only how versatile we can be as a producer. we don’t know what genre of song I’d put this under. It’s a garage dash though it has a room vibe to it. we would play this form of kick during one of my Ibiza shows during a summer during Sankeys or Amnesia. It’s a dim though bubbly beat.”

Splinter
“I done this kick behind in Aug 2016. This is one of a initial marks we stoical when we changed into my new song studio. This is another elementary prolongation of cave that’s focused on a riff balance some-more than anything. This kick could have simply been a [Nokia] 3310 ringtone behind in a day and nonetheless that might sound silly, there’s something absolute about a balance that we can remember or anxiety to people to report how a balance goes.”

Tango
“In Dec we was going by some of my aged beats like Solitaire and Cookies and those beats desirous me to harmonise Tango. It’s a skippy soil kick that would fit an MC set perfectly. It’s fun and only keeps going on and on, in a good approach of course. It showcases my adore for strings and it’s got my good famous bounce. It’s a personal favourite for a lot of people that have listened to my EP – this is substantially since it’s a sound they know from me a best!”

Blank Canvas is out now and accessible here.

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Cold emailing. If that word creates we mangle out in metaphorical chills, we are not alone. we worked freelance for a year after graduating from college, and during that duration we sent out dozens and dozens of cold emails in an try to find a full-time position somewhere (anywhere!) we could design myself long-term. Do we know how many responses we received? Zero. That’s 0 as in: zero. I’m a small embarrassed to be pity that, generally since we worked so tough on all those cover letters.

Ironically, I’ve spent a past 3 months fielding hundreds of cold emails for a purpose we’re perplexing to fill on a Man Repeller amicable team. Reading and evaluating cold emails is significantly reduction cold than promulgation cold emails — solely now that I’m on a other side of a equation, it is painfully transparent to me since my possess cold emails were unsuccessful.

I wish we could go behind in time and tell my former self accurately what we was doing wrong (and also dissuade myself from eating so many cookie mix Quest bars in 2015). But time transport is usually for Hermione Granger, and those Quest bars eventually taught me an critical life doctrine about a perils of synthetic mixture vis à vis terrible stomachaches, so instead we will explain my newly schooled cold-emailing knowledge to you, right here, in a benefaction day:

Don’t only send to a cold email to a general “Careers” or “Info” account. It’s much, much, many improved to strech out to a specific person. Due to a ideal volume of emails that amass in a company’s generic, catch-all accounts, there is a unequivocally high possibility that your precious(!) missive will get mislaid in a chaos. Treat your cold email like an critical package and make certain it ends adult in a inbox of someone who will uncover it with proposal adore and care.

Don’t rubbish a theme line. A theme line is a initial thing anyone reading your email will see, that means we should courtesy it as profitable promotion space — “clickbait,” essentially. There’s no singular regulation for crafting a ideal cold-email theme line, since a scold proceed will change by industry, and we competence need to make it flattering straightforward. If we can though, be creative. Based on my possess knowledge reading (or, frankly, disregarding) a cold email since of a theme line, a good one captures courtesy though being hokey. Or cocky.

Don’t give a outline of your resume. zzzzZZZZZZZ ← That was me descending defunct after reading another resume outline in cold-email form. There are dual reasons since this plan is bad news bears. First of all, it’s redundant. If we trustworthy your resume to a email, afterwards we already supposing a required information about your work history. Second of all, it’s boring. Use a physique of your cold email to *briefly* hold on a) Why this company? And b) Why this role, and since you? A few sentences in answer to any of these questions is plenty. If we wish to persevere one of them to explaining how your sold skills/work knowledge would lend itself to a role, that’s fine, though there’s no need to go into tons of detail.

Don’t request though checking what jobs are open. Some companies (especially smaller ones) don’t list their pursuit openings online, though many do. All it takes is a discerning Google — “[company name] pursuit openings” — and we will have your answer. This elementary hunt query takes dual seconds, and it is really, unequivocally important. It doesn’t demeanour good if we send a deceptive cold email interrogation about “any accessible positions” when they are clearly listed. It looks like we have no idea since we wish to work for that sold association or where we will fit in. It also raises a red dwindle that we competence be promulgation a sweeping cold email to mixed companies out of cold-emailing fatigue (and trust me, I’ve been there).

Don’t ask about salary…yet. A cold email is not a right place for income negotiations!!!!!!! That’s all!

Don’t give adult after one try. If we don’t hear behind after a few weeks, send a follow-up email. If that doesn’t work, find a opposite avenue. Send an email to a opposite chairman or account. Change your theme line. Print out your email and send it to a employing manager in a shoe box. Just like a squeaky circle gets a grease, a many determined cold emailer gets a comfortable table chair.

Collage by Maria Jia Ling Pitt; photos by Alfred Gescheidt and Swim Ink 2, LLC/Corbis around Getty Images. 

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Employed by Brabham again in 1965 – Muir had returned home quickly to infer his value as a motorist in a Australian Touring Car Championship – 1966 was his breakthrough year. Though he gathering a works Ford MkII during Le Mans – as a late deputy – and an AC Daytona Cobra Coupe during that season, saloons remained his initial love. 

Over a subsequent 13 years he would measure 22 some-more BSCC wins – in Ford Falcon Sprint, Chevrolet Camaro, Capri RS2600, BMW 3.0 CSL and 3-litre Capri. The arise in recognition of this form of a competition had combined a niche for specialists – and, for a time, swayed a sport’s biggest names to brew it with them.

Goodwood played no partial in a British Racing Sports Car Club’s initial BSCC of 1958 – a 9 rounds being common unequally between 3 circuits: 7 during Brands Hatch and one every during Mallory Park and Crystal Palace. 

In 1959, however, dual of a 8 were hosted by Goodwood. (Aintree, Silverstone and Snetterton also assimilated a party). The initial of them non-stop a championship and resolved a soppy Easter Bank Holiday Monday meeting. Jaguars dominated a 10-lapper, a 3.4-litre Mk1 stuffing a initial 4 places.

Roy Salvadori, who that Jun would win Le Mans with Aston Martin, competent his example, prepared by Guildford automobile play and arch fan John ‘Noddy’ Coombs, on pole, though had to give best to Ivor Bueb – already a double Le Mans-winner with Jaguar – in a race.

The latter’s car, prepared by Tom Sopwith Jnr’s Equipe Endeavour, finished 6.6 seconds ahead. Sadly ‘Ivor a Driver’, who also won that meeting’s sportscar competition in a Lister-Jaguar, would that Aug stoop to injuries postulated in a Formula 2 Cooper pile-up during Clermont-Ferrand.

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Spurs wouldn’t be Spurs if they didn’t top off all of their conspicuous tough work with something very, really bad.

Now we’ve got zero opposite a jazzed-up handshake, though examination Harry Kane and Dele Alli pull-off this treacherous series during a finish of their dispersion of Fulham in a FA Cup has busted a week already.

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Harry Kane and Dele Alli toast Kane’s hat-trick with a celebratory handshake pic.twitter.com/ESoedj6l0b

— The Spurs Web ⚽️ (@thespursweb) Feb 19, 2017

Long-time readers of Esquire will know that we resolutely trust that a usually excusable idea jubilee is stiff-armed using salute or, on special occasions, a grass-ruffling knee slide. Anything else should be punished with a three-match ban.

Needless to say, fans on Twitter aren’t happy with a pair.

That Kane Alli handshake was one of a many tremble things I’ve ever seen

— J (@tooley_joe) Mar 5, 2017

Kane and Alli have a handshake. Footballs dead

— Paddy Waters (@pad_waters) Mar 5, 2017

Goal disallowed for that tip handshake between Kane and Alli.

— Kyle Andrews (@KyleHAndrews) Mar 5, 2017

Great strike from Harry Kane though greatfully greatfully greatfully never do that fuckin handshake with Alli ever again

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Muscles. Député russe et membre du Parti Libéral et Démocratique (LPDR), une arrangement d’extrême droite, Igor Lebedev entend légaliser le hooliganisme et même en faire un spectacle. Dans une extraordinary tender publiée sur le site de son stay politique, celui qui siège à la Douma introduce en effet d’organiser officiellement des bagarres et de les considérer comme un competition dans le though de “canaliser la assault des supporteurs avant la tenue de la Coupe du Monde 2018 en Russie”. Un projet étonnant.

“La Russie serait pionnière dans un nouveau form de sport, abonde Lebedev flow qui transformer les combats de charity (sans arme) en competition fait visiblement sens et qui n’utilise pas le terme hooligan. Ce genre de philharmonic pourrait attirer autant de spectateurs que les matches de football”. Vraiment ?

En début d’année, des hooligans russes avaient promis un “festival de violence” à l’occasion du Mondial russe dans un reportage diffusé standard la BBC. Décrié standard les autorités russes et qualifié de “propagande”, le sujet de la chaîne britannique avait annoncé de nombreux incidents violents. Des menaces qui rappellent qu’au cours de l’Euro 2016 en France, Marseille et Lille avaient été les lieux d’affrontements entre hooligans anglais et russes. Une centaine de britanniques avait alors été blessés. 

Malgré son gusto flow la assault et son idée novatrice radicale, Igor Lebedev a surveillance de même souligné que le Russie avait pris des mesures de sécurité importantes dans le cadre de l’organisation du Mondial 2018. “La législation a été modernisée, précise-t-il. Pas un touriste n’a une seule raison d’avoir peur de wayfarer dans notre pays match l’été 2018″. Ouf !

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