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Parmi toutes les fesses bombées, les ventres plats et les culottes de cheval gommées, il est une partie du corps un peu trop souvent oubliée : la poitrine. Pourtant, inutile de rappeler que cette dernière est régulièrement mise à mal standard la prize ou la perte de poids, le jeu des hormones, les grossesses, l’allaitement, l’âge… Au programme des réjouissances ? Seins affaisés et peau distendue. On peut y remédier docteur ? Évidemment.

Raffermir la poitrine avec le yoga, la danse, le fitness

Bien que les seins soient composés de graisse et non de muscles, nous conservons bel et bien la categorical sur leur tonicité. Avant de rentrer dans le vif sportif du sujet, on peut d’ores et déjà améliorer l’aspect de sa poitrine en se reside le and droit probable durant la journée. On ouvre ainsi son buste et on évite l’affaissement des seins entrainé standard le dos rond.

Au obscene de décevoir les partisannes du moindre effort, standard la suite, c’est bel et bien l’activité sportive qui permet de raffermir ses seins : « Le competition en général et certains mouvements en particulier, travaillent la partie supérieure de la poitrine, les pectoraux, et les côtés extérieurs de chaque sein, au niveau des aisselles », informe la manager sportive Angélique A. Aalunya. Côté disciplines, la danse classique ou le moderne jazz, le yoga ou encore la natation, entretiennent la tenue des seins en travaillant sur des mouvements posturaux, le pier de buste ou de tête.

En parallèle, l’aspect nourishment est inévitable. Inutile de supprimer toutes les graisses et les sucres de l’alimentation, « au obscene d’avoir l’effet different et de fondre littéralement, rappelle la coach. Pour bien faire, on mange équilibré, on diminue les mauvais sucres et on privilégie les bonnes graisses. » On met ainsi l’accent sur les huiles végétales, les oléagineux (amandes, noisettes, noix etc), les fruits secs et les poissons (sardines, maquereaux, harengs).

Retrouvez tous nos conseils flow choisir le bon soutien-gorge et protéger votre poitrine

15 recettes saines à manger après une séance de sport


L'Avocat health club
L’Avocat health club

L’Avocat health bar : parfait settle de l’aspect pratique du bar sandwich et de la fraicheur de l’avocat.

Voir la recette.


D.R.


Salade chaude de lentilles à la dinde et à la feta
Salade chaude de lentilles à la dinde et à la feta

Une salade chaude alliant les bienfaits des protéines avec la dinde et les lentilles, avec de la féta flow onctuosité.

Voir la recette.


Photo Yuki Sugiura


Le complicated tartare : le céviche
Le complicated tartare : le céviche

Le ceviche : ce nouveau tartare venu du Pérou est à adopter d’urgence. Espadon et saumon flow cette recette.

Voir la recette.


D.R.


Papillotes de poisson au lait de coco
Papillotes de poisson au lait de coco

Du poisson en papillote couplé du savoureux lait de coco, de quoi se régaler sans culpabiliser.

Voir la recette


Photo Suzi Wan

Galette de blé aux carottes et aux poireaux
Fèves fraiches en salade
Brochettes de poulet aux pruneaux
Sarrasin, épinards et fromage de chèvre façon parmentier
Taboulé libanais
Bar vapeur et salade de quinoa
Lentilles et kale à la crème d’ail
Salade de quinoa printanière
Salade fraicheur de céréales de campagne au saumon
Salade vivante de quinoa
Thon grillé et avocat

Un circuit de aptness à faire une fois standard semaine

Que vous soyez inscrite en salle de competition ou non, un circuit de cinq exercices, à réaliser une fois standard semaine, permet d’obtenir des résultats après trois semaines à un mois d’efforts.

Le développé couché en salle : allongée sur le banc de musculation, inspirez lors de la descente de la barre au niveau de la poitrine, puis soufflez en la remontant. Contractez match deux secondes en haut, les deux omoplates bien fixées sur le banc. Inspirez en redecendant la barre, surveillance en contrôle. Faites 12 mouvements, à répéter quatre fois, 1 min 30 de repos entre chaque répétition de l’exercice.
L’alternative à la maison : réalisez le même exercice, allongée au luminary avec un haltère dans chaque main.

L’écarté avec poulie (entre 1, 5 et 3 kilos) en salle : debout, ajustez en « poulie basse ». Le buste en ouverture, le menton relevé, soufflez en montant les mains au niveau de la poitrine puis contractez deux secondes à la fin du mouvement. Inspirez en redescendant les mains en position initiale en veillant à ce que le buste reste bien ouvert. Faites 12 mouvements, à répéter quatre fois, 1 min 30 de repos entre chaque répétition de l’exercice.
L’alternative à la maison : debout, réalisez le même exercice, avec des poids dans les mains (1, 5 à 3 kilos).

Le « lift over » en salle (poids de 4 à 8 kilos): allongée sur le dos sur un banc de musculation, prendre un poids entre les deux mains, bras tendus au dessus de la poitrine. Inspirez doucement lors de la descente puis remonter en soufflant. Contractez 4 secondes à la fin du mouvement, puis recommencez en contrôlant la descente. Faites 12 mouvements, à répéter quatre fois, 1 min 30 de repos entre chaque répétition de l’exercice.
L’alternative à la maison : réalisez le même mouvement avec des poids ou haltères, allongée au luminary ou au bord de son illuminated flow une meilleure amplitude.

À la maison, réalisez l’exercice du « rowing barre » avec des haltères.

Le « rowing barre » en salle : la barre est au sol. Debout, penchez le buste en avant flow prendre la barre les poignets tournés vers le ciel, les abdos sont gainés, le dos reste droit. Soufflez flow ramener la barre au niveau du nombril, contractez deux secondes et inspirez en la successor dans la position initiale. Faites 20 mouvements, à répéter deux fois, 1 min 30 de repos entre les deux répétitions.
L’alternative à la maison : réalisez le même exercice avec deux haltères dans chaque main. Le dos incliné, les genoux légèrement déverrouillés, les bras vers le sol. Soufflez flow ramener les coudes en arrière, les mains au niveau de la taille. Contractez match deux secondes, puis recommencez.

L’exercice de la balle : une balle de tennis entre vos mains, tendez les bras devant vous à hauteur de la poitrine. Contractez installation surveillance en soufflant match 5 secondes, puis recommencez en gardant les bras tendus. Faites 20 contractions à répéter trois fois, 30 secondes de repos entre les répétitions.

En parallèle, on n’oublie pas d’hydrater quotidiennement la peau de la poitrine avec ses crèmes de prédilection et de finir sa douche avec un léger jet d’eau froide. Rappelez-vous que c’est flow la bonne cause.

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Alors que son frère Nicolas est pappy flow le deuxième fois, Laure Manaudou goûte encore au bonheur d’être tatie. Et l’ancienne nageuse est déjà gaga de sa nièce. 

«Bienvenue baby Rose», a écrit Laure Manaudou sur son compte Instagram flow annoncer la naissance de sa deuxième nièce. Il s’agit de la petite fille de son frère Nicolas Manaudou et de sa compagne Adeline, le deuxième enfant du couple, déjà heureux relatives d’un petit garçon, Soan, né en 2012. La championne olympique de natation accompagne son summary d’une jolie print : la toute petite categorical de bébé refermée autour du pouce de Laure à la maternité. La jeune femme de 29 ans semble déjà gaga et ravie d’être de nouveau tatie, une goddess warn flow la rentrée après un mois d’août chargé en émotion aux Jeux Olympiques de Rio et quelques jours de vacances avec son amoureux Jeremy Frérot en Corse. 

A lire : Laure Manaudou rayonnante en famille

On voit la strive en Rose

A peine venue au monde, la petite Rose a pu rencontrer sa tante, mais aussi sa cousine : la fille de Laure Manaudou, Manon Bousquet. La jeune fille de 6 ans lui a donné le biberon à la maternité. C’est l’heureux pappy qui a publié un montage print sur Instagram où l’on voit le joli bébé passer dans les bras de toute sa famille. «On voit la strive en Rose», a commenté l’entraineur de natation de l’ASPTT Marseille, qui comme Laure et Florent est un passionné des bassins. Il ne manque and à la jolie Rose que de rencontrer son tonton, Florent Manaudou, à peine rentré des Jeux Olympiques, et peut-être Jérémy Frérot, le compagnon de sa tatie. 

Une print publiée standard Laure Manaudou (@lauremanaudouoff) le 11 Sept. 2016 à 9h38 PDT

Une print publiée standard AdelineTarraga NicolasManaudou (@adenico_manaudou) le 10 Sept. 2016 à 11h43 PDT

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Experts have flip-flopped on either or not descending defunct on your stomach is a good idea. And while it can be a discerning repair to relieve snoring, many experts determine that a cons of sleeping face-in-the-sheets transcend that pro.

It puts your spine out of fixing and will expected move on neck problems, Shawn Stevenson, author of “Sleep Smarter,” explains in this HuffPost Rise video.

Plus, outstanding your skin into a sheets invites acne, Stevenson said. 

Watch a video to learn some-more about a good and a bad of a other tip nap positions ― and that one best suits your needs.

Sarah DiGiulio is The Huffington Post’s nap reporter. You can hit her during [email protected]huffingtonpost.com.   

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Once we squeeze a plaque pack, we can use them like a plaque in Snapchat. To supplement one to your conversation, daub a plaque to send it or reason and reason a plaque to place it on tip of bubbles, other stickers, or photos. Some of a plaque packs, such as Iris Apfel and Kimoji, were formerly accessible as tradition keyboard apps, though now, a keyboards are Apple-official, and third-party developers can emanate tradition iMessage calm directly within a app, instead of building totally apart apps for tradition keyboards.

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Un incendie dans une maison de retraite du Val-de-Marne, dimanche soir, a fait un mort et quatre blessés légers, dont un pompier. 

L’incendie a nécessité l’intervention d‘une cinquantaine de pompiers. Dimanche soir, un feu s’est déclaré dans une maison de retraite de Saint-Maur-des-Fossés (Val-de-Marne).

Quand les pompiers sont intervenus, vers 22h00, une chambre située au troisième et dernier étage de l’établissement, situé corner de l’abbaye, à Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, était la proie des flammes, et le feu se propageait dans le couloir, a expliqué à l’AFP le lieutenant-colonel Gabriel Plus, des sapeurs-pompiers de Paris.

14 personnes sauvées 

Ils sont parvenus à éteindre le feu au hitch d’une heure et demie et ont «procédé à 14 sauvetages», a déclaré le lieutenant-colonel Plus. Une femme décédée a été retrouvée dans la chambre. Trois pensionnaires et un pompier ont été blessés, tous les quatre étant légèrement intoxiqués. Une enquête a été ouverte flow déterminer les causes du sinistre.

Le ministre de l’Intérieur Bernard Cazeneuve a adressé dans un communiqué ses sincères condoléances à la famille et aux proches de la victime. Il a salué l’action des 55 pompiers engagés flow éteindre le feu et souhaité un prompt rétablissement aux blessés.

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Certain things have come too simply for Hillary Clinton in a ubiquitous election, and her loose, romantic speak about American exceptionalism might be among them. On Aug 31st, Clinton spoke during a American Legion Convention, in Cincinnati, to a organisation of mostly comparison group in pointy hats for whom American exceptionalism has meant a sold register of troops engagements followed by a sold register of free ones. “It’s not usually that we have a biggest military, or that a economy is incomparable than any on Earth,” she told them. American exceptionalism is about “the strength of a values.” But what values, exactly? Clinton pronounced that she would never insult veterans and their families, as Donald Trump has, or “abandon a allies,” as he has threatened to do—but about tangible American values she was conspicuously silent. The suspicion of mutual honour kept recurring: in her advocacy of diplomacy, in a letters from group who had served underneath her father in a Navy that she pronounced she hold dear, in a forked story she told about a Navy SEALs who, carrying assassinated Osama bin Laden, escorted a terrorist’s children and wives to safety. “That’s what creates us great,” she said. As definitions of inhabitant mass go, it seemed flattering thin. Should we consider that members of a British Special Forces, had they found themselves in a same compound, would have finished anything differently?

Since early June, when she launched her debate opposite Donald Trump with a debate to troops families, in San Diego, Clinton has been using a debate around ideas of patriotism. In that speech, Clinton, with nineteen American flags behind her, focussed on Trump’s wanton and consistent speak about a contemptible state of a country. She forked out his explain that a universe had been “laughing during us” given a nineteen-eighties, that was, after all, a prolonged duration of American wealth and strength. “He pronounced we are, and we quote, ‘a third-world country,’ “ Clinton said. At a time, it would have seemed during slightest as convincing to contend that Trump believed in America too much, too narrowly and naïvely; instead, in a now evil attack, Clinton pronounced that he believed in it too little. Ever since, she has been using on protected ground, vocalization as yet she stands in a timberland of flags. “This choosing truly is about who has a knowledge and a spirit to offer as President and Commander-in-Chief,” she pronounced in Cincinnati.

This is a lifeless approach to speak about a Presidency, and an uninspiring approach to suppose what creates this nation exceptional. But it is in line with Clinton’s plan this summer, in that she has worked to explain a conventionally Republican domestic domain that Trump has abandoned. Her Convention welcomed a honestly barbarous anti-ISIS General John Allen and a plutocrat Michael Bloomberg; she has worked to win a endorsements of a G.O.P. fund-raiser Meg Whitman and, if a rumors are true, Henry Kissinger. She has told Republican audiences that those looking for a bequest of a “Party of Lincoln” can find it with her rather than with Trump.

There is, underneath all a tasteless yet effective speak about patriotism, a low dignified proof to her campaign, that propels it infrequently to a left and infrequently to a center. Trump’s many barbarous attacks—on President Obama’s citizenship, on a sovereign decider Gonzalo Curiel’s ability to sequence fairly, and on a Gold Star father Khizr Khan’s joining to physical culture—have lifted suspicions of twin loyalties. These are efforts to repudiate immigrants, and a children of immigrants, tenure of a American tradition. Clinton, in turn, has remarkable a differences in knowledge that exist even within a many normal institutions. In San Diego, she said, “By a way, Mr. Trump, each time we insult American Muslims or Mexican immigrants, remember that copiousness of Muslims and immigrants offer and quarrel in a armed forces.” The many consistent thesis of her debate has been a transformation of outsiders to a core of American life. It is about assimilation.

Donald Trump binds his rallies during night, in sports arenas, to pull courtesy to a anonymous, romantic crowds. Clinton has hold hers during midday, in village centers and out-of-session high schools. One afternoon in August, we gathering to a basketball gym in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where Clinton and Vice-President Joe Biden were holding a corner event. Scranton conjures a sold design of a white user class, and when we initial scanned a throng we suspicion we saw it: people were chatty, they were dressed casually, and there were some-more women than men. Just in front of me was a lesbian integrate who held my eye when one kindly brushed some persperate from a other’s top lip. A thin, coloured male in a business fit took a theatre to recite a Pledge of Allegiance, yet his accent was so thick that he had to combine to make himself understood. The crowd, intuiting a symbolism, cheered loudly.

In a risers before a event, thirtysomething Clinton staffers in business suits handed out signs for assembly members to lift for a cameras: “I’m with Her,” “Stronger Together.” But a handmade buttons and shirts all had a same slogan: “Love Trumps Hate.” A internal debate staffer described his feelings of disunion as a immature happy man. The state’s auditor general, Eugene DePasquale, had one romantic note in his speech, when he pronounced that his daughter, now thirteen, would connoisseur college in a universe in that each potion roof had been broken. After DePasquale came a matronly, curly-haired lady named Karen Macek, a bank manager from Moosic, Pennsylvania. Macek’s eight-year-old daughter has a same incapacity as Serge Kovaleski, the Times reporter whom Trump mocked during a convene final November, arms flailing. Trump, Macek said, “finds it awfully easy to disregard and insult people who are different.”

Sometimes Clinton seems to be articulate past a farrago of her tangible throng to a some-more homogenous suspicion of it. In Scranton, she dictated to explain how absurd it was that Trump had expel himself as a tribune of a user class. Trump’s daughter Ivanka had suggested, during a Republican National Convention, that her father’s Presidency would stress child care. Clinton celebrated that Trump’s resorts did not yield child caring for their employees, yet did enroll profitable guest in a module called “Trump Kids,” that competent them for children’s sauna service. She deliberate who would advantage from Trump’s child-care policy, that is simply a taxation deduction. “It will assistance abounding people, who will get thirty to forty cents on a dollar to compensate for their nannies,” Clinton forked out.

Clinton grew adult in Park Ridge, Illinois, an upper-middle-class suburb of Chicago, yet her family had not been financially fast for really long. Her mother, deserted by her possess parents, had forsaken out of propagandize during a age of fourteen to work as a domestic, and her father had grown adult in Scranton, a son of a lace-mill worker. “I always remember that we am a granddaughter of a bureau workman and a daughter of a small-business owner, and we am so unapproachable of it,” Clinton said, aloud adequate that it was apparently meant as an acclaim line. But being a grandchild of someone who struggled is really opposite than being a child; a knowledge of pang is already incorporated into a story about overcoming it. The personal sum that Clinton offering about Scranton were about summers with her grandparents during Lake Winola; as in so many Clinton stories, a gesticulate during amicable togetherness was strained, yet it was there. Then Clinton introduced “Scranton’s own” Joe Biden, and sat down on a chair that had been supposing for her, a sham ancillary her back.

Biden, delivering a debate in Scranton, has his possess stations of a cross: a loud, loving, antacid Catholic family in that he grew up; a decency, in a face of indignities, of a mid-century user class. He described a “longest walk” that his father ever took, adult a stairs of his home, to explain to his family that they would have to pierce in with a grandparents. “Even then, he knew he would rebound back, since America always did,” Biden said. What Biden offers, as a politician, is a obsolete arrange of warmth. He talked about a values of Scranton, where “you’re tangible by your bravery and you’re redeemed by your loyalty.” Biden said, “You’re all lifted in this area—different ethnicities, opposite religions, opposite backgrounds.” What he missed was a story contained within that sentence, about how a aspiration and pang of a mid-century white user category became a knowledge of a some-more different country. This was not a coda to his story yet a essence. Clinton and Biden related hands and walked off a theatre together, dual orbs of hair, dark and fluffed, station before a scenery of their supporters in Scranton, who, on tighten examination, looked small like them.

For a prolonged time, a many engaging doubt about Hillary Clinton was not whom she represented yet what she believed. In a early nineties, among a total who surrounded her husband, she infrequently seemed to lift a dreamiest suspicion of what politics could be. When reporters asked her friends about that thinkers mattered many to her, they forked to theologians. In an April, 1993, debate in Austin, Texas, usually a few months into her residency in a White House as First Lady, Clinton gave a nation a diagnosis of a “sleeping illness of a soul,” observant that Americans “lack, during some core level, clarification in a particular lives and clarification collectively.” Her resolution was grand, in ways that could sound like monomania: she urged on Americans “a new politics of meaning,” a “new ethos of particular shortcoming and caring,” a “new clarification of polite society.” A month later, a publisher Michael Kelly interviewed her about a speech. Kelly wrote, in a story that for a prolonged while helped to conclude her, “When it is suggested that she sounds as yet she’s perplexing to come adult with a arrange of unified-field speculation of life, she says, excitedly, ‘That’s right, that’s accurately right!’ “ Kelly continued, “What Mrs. Clinton seems—in all apparent sincerity—to have in mind is heading a approach to something on a sequence of a Reformation: a remaking of a American approach of politics, government, indeed life.”

Clinton hasn’t sounded like this for a prolonged time. In place of what Kelly condescendingly called “the politics of do-good ism,” a First Lady moved, over time, to a some-more strained and reduction expanded persona—the committed reader of a lecture book. “Pls print,” she writes regularly to her staff, in her tens of thousands of disclosed e-mails. It is a signature word of that archive. Over a years, a grander persona fell divided so totally that it was tantalizing to consider that she could never work out what Kelly called “a unified-field speculation of life” and had aged into a some-more boring politics.

But even that speak in Austin, review closely, seemed to indicate to a some-more specific idea. We miss “that clarity that a lives are partial of some larger bid that we are connected to one another, that village means that we have a place where we go no matter who we are,” she said. She quoted with capitulation a scandalous Republican user Lee Atwater, who, after he was stricken with cancer, pronounced he sensed in a nation an disunion that cheerless Republicans and Democrats alike. She pronounced that her confidence complacent in “a flourishing physique of people who wish to understanding with them, who wish to be partial of this review about how we mangle by aged views and understanding with new problems.” She pronounced we indispensable “a million some-more of these conversations.” Strip divided a new-age grandiosity, and what we have is an evidence for a some-more broadly thorough politics, for a guarantee of assimilation.

Two days after her convene in Scranton, Clinton visited John Marshall High School, in Cleveland, in a west-side area closer to a airfield than to downtown. It was midday again, and a houses circuitously were working-class split-levels. The throng was not really large, and some-more heavily African-American. There were a few hundred people in a audience, many of them Party activists, teachers, and students. The initial orator was a immature black Clinton staffer, who talked about a siege that injustice had imposed on her flourishing up. Ted Strickland, a former Democratic administrator of Ohio, and now a Senate challenger, non-stop his box for his candidacy by dogmatic his support for equal compensate for women. The K’naan strain “Wavin’ Flag,” that has been in complicated revolution during Clinton events, played while a throng was watchful for a candidate. It offering nationalism not as a jubilee of a singular tradition yet as an immigrant’s countenance of belonging.

Before a event, Clinton had toured a school, that offers technical-education classes. From a podium, she remarkable that half of all new jobs in 2020 would not need a college degree, and affianced some-more support for technical programs. But Clinton mostly seemed to be during a propagandize to steal an atmosphere of optimism. “What a sheer contrariety this high propagandize poses to what happened here in Cleveland during a Republican National Convention,” Clinton said. “Honestly, they embellished such a bleak, disastrous design of America, we couldn’t commend a possess country.” we spent many of this time examination a students, who were sitting on gym risers. They cheered during Clinton’s invocations of American mass and booed during her recollections of Trump’s libel of it. There were some-more than a hundred of them; we counted fewer than dual dozen who were white.

While examination Clinton in Cleveland and in Scranton, we mostly suspicion about a theatre from “The War Room,” Chris Hegedus and D. A. Pennebaker’s 1993 documentary about a contentious immature strategists who helped Bill Clinton win his initial Presidential campaign. It is late on Election Night, a mood is winning and optimistic, and George Stephanopoulos is station in a throng outward a Camelot Inn, in Little Rock, Arkansas, articulate on an huge black mobile phone to Bill Clinton about what a immature President-elect should contend in his feat speech. “We adore Hillary’s new nationalism thing, what she attempted to put in there,” Stephanopoulos tells Clinton. Hillary is ostensible to be a academic spouse, and Bill a poet, yet he took his wife’s revise and it towering a speech. His supporters, Clinton pronounced from a stage, in a line that has now been hers for decades, had voted “to move a people together as never before, so that a farrago can be a source of strength in a universe that is each smaller—where everybody counts, and everybody is partial of America’s family.” He pronounced that when immature people had larger entrance to college loans, when a supervision had determined a new health-care system, when gratification was reformed, and when companies were offering new incentives to keep contracting Americans, this would be partial of “a new patriotism, to lift a people adult and capacitate all of us to live adult to a fullest of a potential.” (Hillary Clinton, had she been during a podium, expected would have used one of her many common phrases, “God-given potential.”)

The characters from a 1992 choosing seem familiar, yet 1992 was accurately as tighten to 1968 as it is to a benefaction day. The denunciation of inclusion is now a denunciation of human-resource departments; a “new patriotism” that Hillary Clinton illusory has been with us for decades. In Austin, in 1993, Clinton emphasized a prerequisite of strengthening polite society, and opening it; now she can speak about how that has happened. “We applaud a farrago as a source of inhabitant strength,” she pronounced progressing this month in Cincinnati. “Just demeanour during a armed forces.” To regard a troops is to regard an investiture that includes women and gays among a open faces, and to speak in Scranton and Cleveland about a past and a destiny is to see accurately how many these cities have changed.

The day before Clinton’s debate in Cincinnati, her debate expelled a video featuring a hundred-and-three-year-old Iowa lady named Ruline Steininger. “In my initial century of life, we have seen many implausible things,” Steininger says, and a ad cuts to newsreel footage: a march of Civil War veterans; a line of Americans watchful for a smallpox vaccine; a moon landing. “But when we was in high school, a lady could usually be dual things. You could be a schoolteacher or we could be a nurse.” A corkscrew during a bottom of a shade relays a apart history, of women who, in a march of a twentieth century, did things that women had never finished before. The ad affirms a accomplishments of these colonize women, and it affirms a institutions that altered in sequence to accept them. There are dual heroes in these stories: a particular women and a 101st Airborne. The story conservatives used to tell about Clinton was that she was a insubordinate figure, out to replace a establishment. The story that liberals now tell about her is that she has done common means with Goldman Sachs and a military, when they are a same aged backward institutions with an combined shimmer of diversity. These stories are not jointly exclusive. “You are going to win,” Steininger says to Clinton in a ad. “I feel it in my bones.” But, of course, she already has.

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Un youth radicalisé de 15 ans a été arrêté samedi à Paris. Il est soupçonné d’avoir voulu poignarder des passants et d’avoir ensuite voulu mourir en martyr. 

Comment ce garçon de 15 ans a-t-il pu en arriver là? Samedi, un youth radicalisé a été arrêté standard la military alors qu’il s’apprêtait vraisemblablement à passer à l’acte. Lundi matin, il était toujours interrogé dans les locaux de la Direction générale de la sécurité intérieure (DGSI) à Levallois-Perret. Selon Europe 1, le think aurait eu l’intention de poignarder des passants près de chez lui, sur la dance de la coulée verte, dans le 12e arrondissement de Paris. «Des indices ont fait craindre un probable thoroughfare à l’acte imminent», a expliqué une source proche de l’enquête. Il a été arrêté dans son appartement, où il était assigné à résidence depuis le printemps dernier.

L’adolescent avait en effet déjà alerté les autorités flow avoir tenté de rejoindre la Syrie. Il avait ainsi fait l’objet d’une perquisition administrative. Son meeting avait été reconduite le 22 juillet dernier. Au cours de sa garde à vue, il aurait expliqué qu’il était prêt à «mourir en sufferer après avoir tué surveillance un tas de kouffars», indique «Le Parisien». Il se serait ensuite rétracté d’après Europe 1. «Sa maman est originaire des Antilles, indique un proche, encore sous le choc. Elle est convertie à l’islam depuis and de dix ans. C’est une femme et une mère très permitted et pas du surveillance renfermée sur sa religion. Cette famille ne vivait pas à partial du voisinage. Que son fils se retrouve dans une telle histoire est incompréhensible… », a raconté un voisin au quotidien régional. Citée standard iTélé, la mère de l’adolescent a assuré: «mon enfant c’est un bon gars, quelqu’un qui est tolérant, ouvert d’esprit, cultivé». 

Le nom de Rachid Kassim revient (très) souvent

Si son cas est pris au sérieux, c’est parce que le think était en hit around l’application Telegram avec un certain Rachid Kassim, bien connu des renseignements. Agé de 29 ans, le djihadiste aurait inspiré l’assassinat des policiers de Magnanville et celui du père Hamel à Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray. Son nom est également présent dans le dossier de l’attentat raté de Notre-Dame, standard un commando de femmes. Il se trouve en section irako-syrienne depuis 2012.

Le Premier ministre Manuel Valls a prévenu dimanche sur Europe 1 que la threat terroriste restait «maximale» flow la France, touchée depuis 2015 standard une série d’attentats meurtriers. 

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