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RF Navy's frigate Admiral Kasatonov passed the Pas-de-Calais


RF Navy's frigate Admiral Kasatonov passed the Pas-de-Calais
The Northern Fleet detachment of warships headed by the frigate Admiral Kasatonov passed the Pas-de-Calais-the narrowest part of the English Channel, says press center of RF Defence Ministry.
The detachment is heading to the North Sea, where the weather is improving. Earlier, due to a storm on the route, the frigate and support vessels made a stop in the international waters of the Gulf of Seine.
A detachment of ships and vessels of the Northern Fleet began to pass the English Channel three days ago.
The first long-range cruise of the newest Russian frigate Admiral Kasatonov has been going on since December 30 last year. For more than two months the warship operated in the Mediterranean Sea, she visited the ports of Algeria, Greece, Cyprus, Syria and Turkey and conducted a series of the exercises both in a single mode and in coordination with other ships and Russian Navy aviation.

COVID travel: Paris Paris back in lockdown mode starting Friday

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PARIS — The French government backed off Thursday from ordering a tough lockdown for Paris and several other regions despite an increasingly alarming situation at hospitals with a rise in the numbers of COVID-19 patients. Instead, the prime minister announced a patchwork of new restrictions while reducing the national curfew by one hour.
Getting large doses of fresh air is being encouraged, meaning that people living in the Paris region and in the north of the country can walk as long as they like in a day, but within a 10-kilometer (6-mile) radius of their homes and with a paper authorizing the stroll.

How the U.S. Military Turned a Explosive-Laden B-17 Into a Suicide Bomber

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How the U.S. Military Turned a Explosive-Laden B-17 Into a Suicide Bomber
This is how the Allies figured out how to guide a suicide plane with radio control and set it on its deadly course.
Here’s What You Need to Remember: When it came to advanced military technology in World War II, arguably no one was better at it than Nazi Germany, whose scientists Adolf Hitler keep busy trying to invent the ultimate “super weapon” capable of defeating his enemies.
For a while, it seemed that Germany might just succeed. After all, it was the Germans who had created, tested, and deployed the V-1 flying bomb, the V-2 ballistic missile, the Fritz X glide bomb, and a family of jet-powered aircraft. German tanks were, in many respects, superior to American tanks. Only in the race to build an atomic bomb were the German scientists lagging behind the United States and Great Britain.

France announces soft new virus restrictions in Paris region

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France announces soft new virus restrictions in Paris region
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March 19, 2021 05:06 IST
Prime Minister Jean Castex announced the new rules, which will take effect as of midnight on March 19 and last for at least four weeks
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French Prime Minister Jean Castex and French Health Minister Olivier Veran deliver a news conference on the current French governmen’s strategy for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, in Paris, France on March 18, 2021.
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Prime Minister Jean Castex announced the new rules, which will take effect as of midnight on March 19 and last for at least four weeks
The French government backed off from ordering a tough lockdown for Paris and several other regions despite an increasingly alarming situation at hospitals with a rise in the numbers of COVID-19 patients.

New Covid restrictions in and around Paris - but not full lockdown


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Parisians have avoided a tough new lockdown as the French government shied away from harsh Covid restrictions amid rising coronavirus cases.
A patchwork of new rules will instead be enforced, including reducing the national curfew by one hour and the closure on non-essential stores.
It comes as the country said it would resume its AstraZeneca vaccination programme from Friday after the jab was ruled safe and it was deemed it had no link to blood clots.
Those living in the Paris area have been encouraged to get fresh air - with people living in the Paris region and in the north of the country allowed to walk as long as they like in a day, but only within a six mile radius of their homes and with a paper authorizing the stroll.

France Announces Month-Long Limited Lockdown; What's Open And What's Not

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France Announces Month-Long Limited Lockdown; What's Open And What's Not
Prime minister Jean Castex announced a patchwork of new restrictions while reducing the national curfew by one hour in the French capital.
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The French government backed off from ordering a tough lockdown for Paris and several other regions despite an increasingly alarming situation at hospitals with a rise in the numbers of Covid-19 patients.
Instead, the prime minister on Thursday announced a patchwork of new restrictions while reducing the national curfew by one hour. 

The week in art news – US museums reject permanent easing of deaccessioning guidelines

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Association of Art Directors (AAMD) have voted by a narrow margin, 91 to 88, against asking its trustees to explore changing its guidelines to allow museums to sell art to pay for the care of their collections on a permanent basis. In April 2020, anticipating the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on museum finances, the AAMD allowed institutions to sell artworks to directly finance collection care for a period of two years. Pre-existing guidelines state that proceeds from a deaccessioned work should only be used to acquire other works of art. The informal vote, in which 42 institutions did not take part, was carried out in two virtual sessions on 9 and 11 March.

Nordic countries outliers as Europe resumes use of AstraZeneca shot


Nordic countries outliers as Europe resumes use of AstraZeneca shot
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The European Medicines Agency said on Thursday in an eagerly expected report that the benefits of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine “continue to outweigh the risk of side effects” and that the shot “is not associated with an increase in the overall risk of blood clots.”
But Finland suspended use of the vaccine until the completion of a week-long investigation by the country’s Institute for Health and Welfare on two possible cases of blood clots.
Rollout of the vaccine will now resume in Germany, France, Italy, Spain and most of the other European Union countries that had suspended use of the shot pending the EMA’s review. But Sweden and Denmark, as well as Norway (outside the EU) said they would need more time to review the report.

France announce soft new virus restrictions in Paris region

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France announces soft new virus restrictions in Paris region
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1of6French President Emmanuel Macron, French Health Minister Olivier Veran, right, and Chief of Intensive Care Unit Dr. Jan Hayon listen to staff working in the intensive care ward of the Poissy/Saint-Germain-en-Laye hospital, near Paris, Wednesday, March 17, 2021. With the virus rebounding from Paris to Budapest and beyond, European governments that rushed to suspend use of AstraZeneca vaccines after reports of blood clots are realizing the far-reaching impact of the move. (Yoan Valat, Pool via AP)Yoan Valat/APShow MoreShow Less
2of6French President Emmanuel Macron, left, speaks with staff working in the intensive care ward of the Poissy/Saint-Germain-en-Laye hospital, near Paris, Wednesday, March 17, 2021. With the virus rebounding from Paris to Budapest and beyond, European governments that rushed to suspend use of AstraZeneca vaccines after reports of blood clots are realizing the far-reaching impact of the move. (Yoan Valat, Pool via AP)Yoan Valat/APShow MoreShow Less

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PARIS (AP) — The French government backed off Thursday from ordering a tough lockdown for Paris and several other regions despite an increasingly alarming situation at hospitals with a rise in the numbers of COVID-19 patients. Instead, the prime minister announced a patchwork of new restrictions while reducing the national curfew by one hour.
Getting large doses of fresh air is being encouraged, meaning that people living in the Paris region and in the north of the country can walk as long as they like in a day, but within a 10-kilometer (6-mile) radius of their homes and with a paper authorizing the stroll.

Health: Pollution could be behind the rising number of boys born with undescended testicles


Experts looked at 89,382 undescended testicle cases in France from 2002–14
They found incidences of the condition have risen by 36 per cent in that time
Furthermore, the team found that there were 24 geographic clusters of cases
These were in areas of concentrated metal work, mining and agricultural activity
However, the team warned they have identified a correlation, not a causal link 

Could environmental pollution from industry contribute to cryptorchidism increase?


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Environmental pollution from industries such as coal mining and metal works may play a role in the increasing numbers of boys born with undescended testicles, according to a study published today (Wednesday) in
Human Reproduction [1].
The researchers stress that their findings are hypothesis-generating, cannot show that these industries cause cryptorchidism and that further, targeted research is required. However, the study of nearly 90,000 boys is the first to describe at a national level a recent increase in incidence of the condition over time and to identify clusters of cases in parts of France that are former mining or metal-working areas, such as the Pas de Calais in northern France. The boys all had operations to correct undescended testicles between 2002 and 2014 when they were younger than seven years.

Pollution from coal mining and metal works 'may be linked to cryptorchidism'


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Environmental pollution from industries such as coal mining and metal works may play a role in the increasing numbers of boys born with undescended testicles, new research suggests.
Researchers say their findings are hypothesis-generating, cannot show that these industries cause the condition called cryptorchidism and that further, targeted research is required.
However, the study of nearly 90,000 boys is the first to describe at a national level a recent increase in incidence of the condition over time.
It also identified clusters of cases in parts of France that are former mining or metal-working areas, such as the Pas de Calais in northern France.

Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal Receive the 2021 Pritzker Architecture Prize

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The 2021 Pritzker Architecture Prize, architecture’s highest honor, has been granted to Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, founders of Lacaton & Vassal, the French duo renowned for their multiple sustainable housing projects and for the Palais de Tokyo, a contemporary art gallery in Paris. In their three decades of work, Lacaton & Vassal always prioritized the “
enrichment of human life”, benefiting the individual and supporting the evolution of the city.
"Good architecture is open—open to life, open to enhance the freedom of anyone, where anyone can do what they need to do. It should not be demonstrative or imposing, but it must be something familiar, useful and beautiful, with the ability to quietly support the life that will take place within it." -- Anne Lacaton

Key projects by Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal

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Lacaton and Vassal met in the late 1970s at École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture et de Paysage de Bordeaux, before establishing their Paris-based studio, Lacaton & Vassal, in 1987.
The architects are best known for their positive attitude to renovation, describing demolition as an "act of violence", as well as their numerous social housing projects across France.
Above: Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal. Photo by Laurent Chalet. Top: the Transformation of 530 Dwellings in France
According to the Pritzker Architecture Prize jury, these are the key factors that led them to be recognised in this year's award.
"Not only have they defined an architectural approach that renews the legacy of modernism, but they have also proposed an adjusted definition of the very profession of architecture," the jury said.

Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal Receive the 2021 Pritzker Architecture Prize

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The 2021 Pritzker Prize, architecture’s highest honor, has been granted to Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, founders of Lacaton & Vassal.

2021 Pritzker Prize Awarded To Architects Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal : NPR

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Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, this year's winners of the most prestigious award in architecture, are as surprised as anyone else.
"Of course it's very pleasant, and we are very pleased," Lacaton marveled in a Zoom call with NPR. She and her partner, both wearing black, smiled broadly from the screen behind their blocky eyeglasses.
The Pritzker jury citation says that Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal "have shown that architecture can have a great impact on our communities and contribute to the awareness that we are not alone."
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2021 Pritzker Prize Goes To French Architects Who 'Work With Kindness'

Often referred to as the "Nobel Prize of Architecture," this year's Pritzker was awarded to Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, a design pair who emphasize reuse and equitable housing.

Lacaton and Vassal win 2021 Pritzker Prize


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Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal are the winners of the 2021 Pritzker Architecture Prize.
The decision to give architecture’s biggest prize to the French duo, who founded Lacaton & Vassal in 1987, was announced by Tom Pritzker, chair of sponsor the Hyatt Foundation, this afternoon.
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Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal
The pair are best known for their large-scale housing and cultural projects which always focus on reuse and other principles of sustainability.
“By prioritising the enrichment of human life through a lens of generosity and freedom of use, they are able to benefit the individual socially, ecologically and economically, aiding the evolution of a city,” said today’s statement.

Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal named 2021 Pritzker Prize Winners

French architects Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal of Lacaton & Vassal have been awarded the 2021 Pritzker Architecture Prize, widely considered one of the industry's highest honors. Transformation of G, H, I Buildings, Grand Parc, 530 Units, Social Housing (with Frédéric Druot and...

Four women recruited into top secret WWII posts tell of the part they played in defeating Hitler


Christian Lamb, 100, plotted enemy ships' path for Women's Royal Naval Service
Patricia Owtram, 97, intercepted German naval broadcasts from cliffs of Dover
Sister Jean, 95, worked as a cipher officer in places including Italy and Egypt
Elizabeth Davies, 96, was stationed at Bletchley Park codebreaking facility  
Tales in documentary Women of the Second World War: Courage and Conviction

Pritzker Prize: French duo wins top architecture honour | Arts and Culture News

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Anne Lacaton, Jean-Philippe Vassal receive top award for radical work and sustainable approach towards architecture.

The U.S. Military Used B-17 "Drones" That Bombed Nazi Germany

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The U.S. Military Used B-17 “Drones” That Bombed Nazi Germany
A human pilot still needed to guide the planes and so had to hastily bail out before getting close to target!
Key point: The plane was not a full drone, but more of a suicide bomber without a pilot staying in the plane to the end. Here is how this experiment worked (but also literally at times sadly backfired).
When it came to advanced military technology in World War II, arguably no one was better at it than Nazi Germany, whose scientists Adolf Hitler keep busy trying to invent the ultimate “super weapon” capable of defeating his enemies.

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