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شاهد : النجم الأمريكي أرنولد شوارزنيجر يتعرض للضرب في جوهانسبورج بجنوب إفريقيا

أقدم شخص مجهول بالإعتداء على الممثل الامريكي العالمي أرنولد شوارزنيجر 71 سنة في مدينة جوهانسبورج بجنوب إفريقيا. واوضحت صحيفة “صن” البريطانية أن النجم الأمريكي كان يشارك في التحكيم على مسابقة للمصارعة والتي تحمل اسم ارنولد كلاسيك افريكا للهواة. وذلك بجو...

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NOUVELLE MISSION POUR L’AGENCE DE L’EMPLOI : L’ANEM chargée de mettre en place un système d’information

Selon un décret paru dans le dernier numéro du journal officiel, l’ANEM a pour missions entre autres d’organiser et d’assurer la connaissance de la situation et de l’évolution du marché national de l’emploi et de la main d’œuvre. En ef...

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L’ambassadeur de France travaillait ‘’au noir’’

L’ambassadeur de France en Algérie, Xavier Driencourt, a présenté ses lettres de créances ce jeudi au chef de l’Etat, M.Abdelkader Bensalah devenant officiellement le chef de la mission diplomatique de la France en ...

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L’ambassadeur de France travaillait ‘’au noir’’

L’ambassadeur de France en Algérie, Xavier Driencourt, a présenté ses lettres de créances ce jeudi au chef de l’Etat, M.Abdelkader Bensalah devenant officiellement le chef de la mission diplomatique de la France en ...

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مليونية في العاصمة.. بشعار «مكاش انتخابات يا بقايا العصابات»

المتظاهرون دخلوا في مناوشات مع قوات مكافحة الشغب بسبب استعمال «الكريموجان» تطويق كلي لمداخل العاصمة 24 ساعة قبل مسيرات الجمعة 13 قوات مكافحة الشغب تمنع المتظاهرين من الوصول إلى سلالم البريد المركزي قدماء الفيس يشاركون في مسيرة من باب الوادي نحو البريد ...

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«لن تكون هناك سنة بيضاء.. والحراك أثر على المنظومة الجامعية

وزير التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي الطيب بوزيد: أكد وزير التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي، الطيب بوزيد، أنه لن تكون هناك سنة بيضاء، مشيرا إلى أنه أسدى إلى مديري الجامعات تعليمات. أكد من خلالها على ضرورة وضع مخططات لاستدراك الدروس الضائعة وفتح أبواب الحوار م...

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Hirak ou Révolution ?

Les marches entamées par les Algériens ont, dès le 22 février 2019 premier vendredi de marche, porté sur des revendications politiques. Il s’agissait pour le citoyen de recouvrer sa dignité bafouée par un clan et ses sbires qui ont pr...

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Le local du CPA !

On ne peut cacher le soleil par un tamis, tôt ou tard la vérité éclatera ! Encore la dissimulation de la vérité au wali de Mostaganem, mais cette fois-ci, l’information concerne une banque Etatique, le CPA de Mostag...

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AFFAIRE DE CORRUPTION : L’ancien wali de Tipaza entendu par le juge d’instruction

L’ancien wali de Tipaza, Mustapha Layadi, (exercice 2011/2015) a comparu ce jeudi devant le juge d’instruction près le tribunal de Tipaza pour être entendu dans le cadre d’une enquête judiciaire sur une affaire de corruption, a indiqu...

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AFFAIRE DE CORRUPTION : L’ancien wali de Tipaza entendu par le juge d’instruction

L’ancien wali de Tipaza, Mustapha Layadi, (exercice 2011/2015) a comparu ce jeudi devant le juge d’instruction près le tribunal de Tipaza pour être entendu dans le cadre d’une enquête judiciaire sur une affaire de corruption, a indiqu...

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هذه هي مواقيت العمل خلال شهر رمضان المبارك

اعلنت اليوم الأحد المديرية العامة الوظيفة العمومية والاصلاح الإداري عن مواقيت العمل خلال شهر رمضان المبارك. وجاء في بيان ذات المديرية فقد تم تحديد أوقات العمل المطبقة في المؤسسات والإدارات العمومية. وذلك من يوم الاحد إلى يوم الخميس إبتداءا من التاسعة ص...

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تسجيل أزيد من 170 جريمة الكترونية بالجزائر العاصمة منذ بداية 2018

تم تسجيل أزيد من 170 جريمة إلكترونية على مستوى ولاية الجزائر منذ بداية سنة 2018 تتعلق بالنصب والاحتيال عبر الأنترنت والتهديد والمساس والاعتداء على الحياة الخاصة للأشخاص وغيرها من أنواع الجرائم الإلكترونية ,حسبما علم من رئيس فرقة مكافحة الجرائم المعلوما...

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بن حبيلس يوارى الثرى بمقبرة سيد نعمان ببوزريعة

ووري الثرى، أمس، بمقبرة سيد نعمان، ببوزريعة (الجزائر)، الرئيس الأسبق للمجلس الدستوري، عبد المالك بن حبيلس، الذي وافته المنية ليلة الجمعة بالجزائر العاصمة عن عمر ناهز 98 سنة. جرت مراسم التشييع بحضور رئيس مجلس الأمة عبد القادر بن صالح ورئيس المجلس الشعبي...

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للإشتباه في‮ ‬تهريبها كميات من الذهب

أعلنت قوات الدعم السريع السودانية،‮ ‬عن إيقاف طائرة تابعة لشركة‮ ‬مناجم‮ ‬المغربية بولاية نهر النيل شمال السودان،‮ ‬قبيل محاولتها تهريب كميات من الذهب،‮ ‬مؤكدة أن الخطوة تأتي‮ ‬في‮ ‬إطار الجهود لحماية الاقتصاد السوداني‮.‬ وتم إيقاف الطائرة في‮ ‬ولاية ن...

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Ottoman

جرفته السيول على بعد 15 كلم

تم العثور على جثة غريق جرفته مياه السيول لمسافة تزيد عن 15 كلم بعد 15 ساعة من البحث المتواصل و كان الضحية قد سقط في وادي مينا منذ مساء الخميس الماضي . و ذكرت مصالح الحماية المدنية بأن الغريق المدعو (م .م ) البالغ من العمر 43 سنة و الذي ينحدر من دوار "المقان" بإقليم بلدية بن داود و أثناء عبوره وادي (...)

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Haddad va lancer une radio

 “Une radio sera créée dans peu de temps. Les équipements sont là et même le personnel” a indiqué Ali Haddad, patron de l’ETRHB selon Algérie Focus.

Elle émettra sur le net, en attendant que la loi algérienne permette l’émission sur les ondes classiques selon Haddad. En créant sa radio, le magna du bâtiment en Algérie se dotera d’un groupe de presse complet avec ses 2 chaines TV Dzair TV et Dzair News et ses 2 titres de presse Le Temps d’Algérie et Waqt El Djazair.

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Colorado woman Dynel Lance JAILED for 100 years for cutting baby from Michelle Wilkins’ womb

  • Dynel Lane, 36, used a kitchen knife to cut an eight-month-old fetus out of Michelle Wilkins's womb in a 2015 attack 
  • She was convicted of the crime in February and on Friday she was sentenced to 100 years in prison by a Colorado judge
  • Judge Maria Berkenkotter wanted Lane to show remorse but the woman refused to speak at the February conviction or sentencing phase 
  • Lane was sentenced to 48 years for attempted murder, 32 years for unlawful termination of a pregnancy and the remainder was for assault 
  • Lane faked her own pregnancy for months before attacking Wilkins

By Associated Press and Dailymail.com Reporter

Published: 22:55 GMT, 29 April 2016 | Updated: 14:52 GMT, 30 April 2016

A Colorado woman who cut a baby from a stranger's womb has been sentenced to 100 years in prison. 

Judge Maria Berkenkotter said the harshest sentences for the most serious charges were justified by the brutality of the 2015 attack, described as performing a cesarean with a kitchen knife. 

Berkenkotter also said the victim, Michelle Wilkins, as well as her family and the community needed Dynel Lane, 36, to express remorse.

Lane murmured a 'no' when the judge asked if she wanted to speak. 

Dynel Lane (pictured),  36, was convicted in February of attempting to kill a fetus. She appeared during sentencing at the Boulder County Justice Center in Boulder, Colorado, on Friday.

Dynel Lane (pictured),  36, was convicted in February of attempting to kill a fetus. She appeared during sentencing at the Boulder County Justice Center in Boulder, Colorado, on Friday.

Lane cut an eight-month old fetus out of the stomach of  Michelle Wilkins after the 36-year-old lured the pregnant woman to her home

Lane cut an eight-month old fetus out of the stomach of  Michelle Wilkins after the 36-year-old lured the pregnant woman to her home

Lane also did not speak in her defense during her trial, which ended in February when jurors found her guilty of attempting to kill Wilkins after luring her victim to her home with an ad for maternity clothes.

Jurors had heard that Lane went to elaborate lengths to feign her own pregnancy before attacking Wilkins.

They did not hear that in 2002, Lane's 19-month-old son drowned in what investigators ruled was an accident. 

Relatives who spoke on Lane's behalf before the sentencing Friday said her remorse over losing her son may have led her to take an action they could not understand or explain.

Lane wept as she was sentenced to 100 years in prison by a judge who said she showed not enough to no remorse

Lane wept as she was sentenced to 100 years in prison by a judge who said she showed not enough to no remorse

Wilkins (from left) stands with her sister Sarah, their father Mark and mother Wendy, as Wilkins speaks with members of the media following the sentencing hearing for Lane

Wilkins (from left) stands with her sister Sarah, their father Mark and mother Wendy, as Wilkins speaks with members of the media following the sentencing hearing for Lane

District Judge Maria Berkenkotter told Lane the victim and the courtroom was 'hungry' to hear her speak 

District Judge Maria Berkenkotter told Lane the victim and the courtroom was 'hungry' to hear her speak 

Lane's attorneys did not dispute that she attacked Wilkins, but they argued there was no evidence it was a calculated murder attempt. 

They urged jurors to convict Lane of the lesser charge of attempted manslaughter.

Berkenkotter sentenced Lane to 48 years for attempted murder and 32 years for unlawful termination of a pregnancy. 

The remainder of her sentence was for assault charges in the attack. 

She was given credit for the more than a year she has served since her arrest.

Kathryn Herold, the public defender representing Lane, told the judge Friday she would appeal and that Lane had the right not to speak. 

Berkenkotter acknowledged that was Lane's constitutional right. 

But the judge said that in weighing her sentence she had to take into account that 'people are hungry to hear from you, Miss Lane. Hungry, desperate to hear you express genuine remorse from the bottom of your heart'.

Prosecutors said they were unable to charge Lane with murdering Wilkins' unborn girl because a coroner found no evidence the fetus lived outside the womb. 

Lane murmured a 'no' when the judge asked if she wanted to speak. Lane lost an 18-month-old baby in a drowning accident in 2002

Lane murmured a 'no' when the judge asked if she wanted to speak. Lane lost an 18-month-old baby in a drowning accident in 2002

 Prosecutors said they were unable to charge Lane with murdering Wilkins' unborn girl because a coroner found no evidence the fetus lived outside the womb

Prosecutors said they were unable to charge Lane with murdering Wilkins' unborn girl because a coroner found no evidence the fetus lived outside the womb 

That led Colorado Republicans to introduce legislation that would have allowed a murder charge. Democrats rejected the measure, the third time such a proposal failed in Colorado. 

Over the objection of abortion-rights supporters, 38 states have made a fetus' killing a homicide.

Wilkins focused on her unborn daughter Friday. 

She placed a large photograph of her dead baby, who appeared to be sleeping, on an easel next to the witness stand, then asked Berkenkotter to impose the harshest possible sentence.

Wilkins said after the sentencing that she saw the hearing as a day in court for her daughter, who she named Aurora.

'Judge Berkenkotter was clearly listening to everything that we were saying,' Wilkins told reporters, adding she felt justice had been served.

In court, Wilkins had directed her words to Lane, who sat straight and showed no emotion as her victim spoke. 

Lane cried later in the hearing when a letter from one of her two daughters expressing love was read.

Lane's mother apologized in court to Wilkins and her family, as did her father in a letter his wife read.

Jurors had heard that Lane went to elaborate lengths to feign her own pregnancy before attacking Wilkins

Jurors had heard that Lane went to elaborate lengths to feign her own pregnancy before attacking Wilkins

Lane had posted online photos of herself with a distended belly and sent the man she said was the father of her child ultrasound images downloaded from the Internet. 

David Ridley, who lived with Lane and her two daughters, testified at trial that Lane claimed for more than a year that she was expecting a boy, whom they planned to name James. 

Friends even threw a baby shower.

Ridley had grown suspicious by the time Lane lured Wilkins to her Longmont home. 

Wilkins testified they chatted for about an hour before Lane hit, pushed and tried to choke her, then used two kitchen knives to cut the baby from her womb.

When Ridley came home early from work that day to meet Lane for a doctor's appointment, he said he found the fetus in a bathtub and drove the child and Lane to a hospital, where she begged staff to save her baby.

Lane said nothing to Ridley about Wilkins, who was unconscious at her home. Wilkins regained consciousness and called police.

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Sir David Attenborough’s first wildlife show Zoo Quest to be screened in colour

  • Nature documentary Zoo Quest first shown on the BBC in December 1954 
  • Sir David Attenborough thought the footage was filmed in black and white 
  • Series was broadcast 10 years before colour television was seen in the UK 

By Ben Tufft For Mailonline

Published: 17:28 GMT, 20 April 2016 | Updated: 17:41 GMT, 20 April 2016

Sir David Attenborough's first nature documentary, originally aired in black and white, is to be shown in colour to mark his 90th birthday.

Zoo Quest ran for seven series between 1954 and 1963 and was thought to have been filmed in the original mode of transmission.

The naturalist was stunned to discover that - after the footage had been unearthed from BBC vaults last year - the series was in fact shot in colour.

Sir David Attenborough's first nature documentary aired in black and white. The broadcaster is pictured with Benjamin, a Malaysian sun bear
Sir David pictured with Jane the chimp, who became a favourite with viewers

Sir David Attenborough's first nature documentary aired in black and white. The broadcaster is pictured with Benjamin, a Malaysian sun bear (left) and Jane the chimp, who became a favourite with viewers

Zoo Quest ran for seven series between 1954 and 1963. The naturalist was stunned to discover that - after the footage had been unearthed from BBC vaults last year - the series was shot in colour

Zoo Quest ran for seven series between 1954 and 1963. The naturalist was stunned to discover that - after the footage had been unearthed from BBC vaults last year - the series was shot in colour

'I was astonished when someone said we've got nearly all the film of the first three expeditions you did in colour,' Sir David said.

'I said, "It's impossible, we shot in black and white",' he added. 

Zoo Quest In Colour will be screened on BBC Four in May as part of a week of programming across the BBC to mark the veteran naturalist's milestone birthday on May 8.

First broadcast in December 1954, Zoo Quest was one of the most popular television series of its time and launched the career of the young David Attenborough as a wildlife presenter.

The series was broadcast 10 years before colour television was seen in the UK.

Zoo Quest In Colour will be screened on BBC Four in May to mark the veteran naturalist's milestone birthday

Zoo Quest In Colour will be screened on BBC Four in May to mark the veteran naturalist's milestone birthday

The series was broadcast 10 years before colour television was seen in the UK and made a star of Sir David

The series was broadcast 10 years before colour television was seen in the UK and made a star of Sir David

Zoo Quest was one of the most popular television series of its time and launched the career of the young David Attenborough (pictured)
Sir David Attenborough will be the focus of a number of programmes on the BBC to mark his 90th birthday

Zoo Quest was one of the most popular television series of its time and launched the career of the young David Attenborough (left) 

Using the newly-discovered colour 16mm film, together with behind the scenes stories from Sir David and cameraman Charles Lagus, the special will showcase the best of Zoo Quest To West Africa, Zoo Quest To Guiana and Zoo Quest For A Dragon in HD colour.

Mr Lagus said: 'At its best it's as good as any colour you see now, quite staggering for the period that it was filmed in. I was astonished.'

Other programmes to be screened as part of the week include Attenborough At 90 on BBC One, which will see presenter Kirsty Young talking to the broadcaster about his career and some of his animal encounters across the world.

BBC Two will also screen Life That Glows, in which Sir David looks at creatures such as glow worms, fire flies and luminous plankton to guide viewers through the world of bioluminescence.

Sir David said: 'I was astonished when someone said we've got nearly all the film of the first three expeditions you did in colour'

Sir David said: 'I was astonished when someone said we've got nearly all the film of the first three expeditions you did in colour'

Using the newly-discovered colour 16mm film, together with behind the scenes stories from Sir David and cameraman Charles Lagus, (right) the new show will bring together the best of the naturalist's programmes

Using the newly-discovered colour 16mm film, together with behind the scenes stories from Sir David and cameraman Charles Lagus, (right) the new show will bring together the best of the naturalist's programmes

Sir David is now the preeminent nature broadcaster in the world and his programmes are screened worldwide

Sir David is now the preeminent nature broadcaster in the world and his programmes are screened worldwide

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Sir David Attenborough’s first wildlife show Zoo Quest to be screened in colour

  • Nature documentary Zoo Quest first shown on the BBC in December 1954 
  • Sir David Attenborough thought the footage was filmed in black and white 
  • Series was broadcast 10 years before colour television was seen in the UK 

By Ben Tufft For Mailonline

Published: 17:28 GMT, 20 April 2016 | Updated: 17:41 GMT, 20 April 2016

Sir David Attenborough's first nature documentary, originally aired in black and white, is to be shown in colour to mark his 90th birthday.

Zoo Quest ran for seven series between 1954 and 1963 and was thought to have been filmed in the original mode of transmission.

The naturalist was stunned to discover that - after the footage had been unearthed from BBC vaults last year - the series was in fact shot in colour.

Sir David Attenborough's first nature documentary aired in black and white. The broadcaster is pictured with Benjamin, a Malaysian sun bear
Sir David pictured with Jane the chimp, who became a favourite with viewers

Sir David Attenborough's first nature documentary aired in black and white. The broadcaster is pictured with Benjamin, a Malaysian sun bear (left) and Jane the chimp, who became a favourite with viewers

Zoo Quest ran for seven series between 1954 and 1963. The naturalist was stunned to discover that - after the footage had been unearthed from BBC vaults last year - the series was shot in colour

Zoo Quest ran for seven series between 1954 and 1963. The naturalist was stunned to discover that - after the footage had been unearthed from BBC vaults last year - the series was shot in colour

'I was astonished when someone said we've got nearly all the film of the first three expeditions you did in colour,' Sir David said.

'I said, "It's impossible, we shot in black and white",' he added. 

Zoo Quest In Colour will be screened on BBC Four in May as part of a week of programming across the BBC to mark the veteran naturalist's milestone birthday on May 8.

First broadcast in December 1954, Zoo Quest was one of the most popular television series of its time and launched the career of the young David Attenborough as a wildlife presenter.

The series was broadcast 10 years before colour television was seen in the UK.

Zoo Quest In Colour will be screened on BBC Four in May to mark the veteran naturalist's milestone birthday

Zoo Quest In Colour will be screened on BBC Four in May to mark the veteran naturalist's milestone birthday

The series was broadcast 10 years before colour television was seen in the UK and made a star of Sir David

The series was broadcast 10 years before colour television was seen in the UK and made a star of Sir David

Zoo Quest was one of the most popular television series of its time and launched the career of the young David Attenborough (pictured)
Sir David Attenborough will be the focus of a number of programmes on the BBC to mark his 90th birthday

Zoo Quest was one of the most popular television series of its time and launched the career of the young David Attenborough (left) 

Using the newly-discovered colour 16mm film, together with behind the scenes stories from Sir David and cameraman Charles Lagus, the special will showcase the best of Zoo Quest To West Africa, Zoo Quest To Guiana and Zoo Quest For A Dragon in HD colour.

Mr Lagus said: 'At its best it's as good as any colour you see now, quite staggering for the period that it was filmed in. I was astonished.'

Other programmes to be screened as part of the week include Attenborough At 90 on BBC One, which will see presenter Kirsty Young talking to the broadcaster about his career and some of his animal encounters across the world.

BBC Two will also screen Life That Glows, in which Sir David looks at creatures such as glow worms, fire flies and luminous plankton to guide viewers through the world of bioluminescence.

Sir David said: 'I was astonished when someone said we've got nearly all the film of the first three expeditions you did in colour'

Sir David said: 'I was astonished when someone said we've got nearly all the film of the first three expeditions you did in colour'

Using the newly-discovered colour 16mm film, together with behind the scenes stories from Sir David and cameraman Charles Lagus, (right) the new show will bring together the best of the naturalist's programmes

Using the newly-discovered colour 16mm film, together with behind the scenes stories from Sir David and cameraman Charles Lagus, (right) the new show will bring together the best of the naturalist's programmes

Sir David is now the preeminent nature broadcaster in the world and his programmes are screened worldwide

Sir David is now the preeminent nature broadcaster in the world and his programmes are screened worldwide

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