“Prisons here are not like in Belgium”, assures Metin Karasular, second Belgian accused

Metin Karasular is certainly younger, 50 years against 67, but he was especially shown much more determined in front of the court at the time of evoking his personality. His credo? His conditions of detention in France, where he has been imprisoned since June 2, 2017. “Frankly, sir, it’s the jungle here!” He assured the judge. Prisons here are not like prisons in Belgium! I didn’t think it was like that, France. Here, when you are put in jail, it looks like you fought alongside Hitler and you were arrested for it! ”

Karasular, a former cafe boss, must answer until November 10 on the charge of criminal terrorist association, for which he faces 20 years in prison. Justice suspects him of having provided arms and ammunition to the Kouachi brothers and Amedy Coulilbaly, perpetrators of the killings that left 17 dead in the streets of the French capital 5 years ago.


Where can I get SEP textbooks?

To consult the SEP textbooks, it is only necessary to access the internet page https://www.conaliteg.sep.gob.mx/ where the books appear by school level.


For the first time, free textbooks are available in digital format.

The Secretary of Public Education, Esteban Moctezuma, announced that for the first time in Mexico, all titles are already available on the internet.

He informed that the program that will be applied through television stations is based on the Free Textbooks and that, for the same reason, the studies will have official validity and that when the return to school is authorized, the same program will continue.

Regarding the backwardness issue that exists among students, he reiterated that there will be spaces and diagnostic evaluations so that teachers can attend to these cases, so there will be a leveling period.

He said that it is an equitable effort, given that 96 percent of households have access to a television, that the remaining 6 percent will be provided with radio instruction, in addition to the content being translated into 22 indigenous languages.

To consult the SEP textbooks, you only need to access the website https://www.conaliteg.sep.gob.mx/ where the books appear by grade level.

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The National Commission of Free Textbooks is a decentralized public body whose objective is to provide books for free to basic education students enrolled in the national educational system.

Frequent questions

1) Replacement of textbooks

Where can I get textbooks?

For replacement, you must contact the Sole Distribution Manager of the Federal Entity where you are, at the following link you will find the directory of the Sole Distribution Officers:

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Where can I consult the textbooks of the different generations?

The Conaliteg has a Consultation Center in the facilities of:

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To consult the bibliographic heritage, it is only necessary to make an appointment with the Department of Dissemination, Public Relations and Historical Heritage, by phone (55) 54-81-0467.

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Director Alexei Uchitel – about the new nudity of Christina Asmus: “I was amazed!”

Each has its own isolation. Someone got stuck in Bali, someone climbed away into the wilderness, someone does not leave the city apartment. And here Director Alexey Uchitel (“Walk”, “Land”, “Diary of his wife”) is completing work on a new painting – “47”, dedicated to the journey of Victor’s tomb Tsoi to the northern capital after deadly Accident in 1990.

In a conversation with the writer Alexander Tsypkin, based on the works of which the series is already being shot, the director remembered how he convinced Tsoi to star in his film and why


“When we shot“ Rock ”in 1986, none of that company knew me – neither Grebenshchikov nor Garkusha. Who knows who I am? The KGB or something else. AND [чтобы наладить контакт] I chose the most silent – Tsoi. And he said: “Listen, Victor, let me come with an operator, a camera to your boiler room, and we will sit with you for a shift – and he was on duty for two days – and we’ll shoot. Not a single question, I swear, I will. As it is, it is. Then you come – take a look. If you don’t like it, we’ll disperse. ” And these were the first frames of the stoker, which now often show. I saw a lot of things: different people came and drank, but I honestly restrained myself – I didn’t move anything, I didn’t say “come here”. Perhaps that’s why it turned out to make a film. And then they came to my native Leningrad documentary studio in the director’s room with the whole Kino group – they watched in silence, went out in silence. I think: Christmas trees, sticks, what is there? I say: “Vit, tell me! Did you like it or not? ” And in response there was one word: “Normal.” This word gave me a sharp pass to life. After that, no one asked who I am and what they eat me with. ”

Frame from the movie “Rock”


“When a terrible accident occurred (Viktor Tsoi crashed on August 15, 1990 after the collision of his Moskvich in the oncoming lane with the Ikarus bus, which was driven by Janis Fibigs, on the highway SlokaTalsi – Aut.) From material that was not included in the Rock, we mounted the picture “The Last Hero”, then I met the driver of Ikarus, who was driving, and spoke with the investigator. Then it settled down with me. When you go and don’t know who Tsoi is … and then life changes abruptly (the driver was found not guilty, but nevertheless became known throughout the USSR – Aut.). The story of our picture “47” begins with an accident, and then begins the journey of the bus with Tsoi’s coffin in Petersburg. A kind of roadflies. The one who is driving does not know who all these people close to Choi are (Ricochet performed by Ilya Del, wife Natalya Reasons performed by Paulina Andreeva etc.), but they don’t know what kind of driver it is.

About 7-8 years ago, Sasha Gonorovsky (“The Land”, “From Five to Seven”) wrote the script, but we did not shoot. I thought that it was irrelevant, but interest in Tsoi is growing more and more every year. This is a mystery that no one will solve. With all due respect and Vysotskyand to Okudzhavaaccording to how often they sing, Choi overtook them. ”

In December, I starred in the full-length film Whaling. This is not horror)))), this is drama. I played the girl from the video chat Uuuf))) But I hasten to upset you, there were no naughty scenes. It’s even straight offensive. But there was my longest double in my career, which lasted 43 minutes. Studio: @ rockfilms.ru Production: Russia, Poland Gen. producer: Aleksey Uchitel Director and screenwriter: Philipp Yuryev Camera-man: Mikhail Khursevich, Yakov Mironchev Which image from the movie do you like more?


“At our Rock studio, we also shoot full-length debuts. One of my students Philip Yuriev seven years he wrote the script for the painting “Whalers”, which he then shot in Kamchatka. A stunning story will soon be shown at one of the major festivals, if it takes place. So, according to the plot, whalers are watching a computer showing a undressing girl [из секс-чата]. And this heroine was supposed to play Christina Asmus. She read the script, she liked it, agreed. Then the film “Text” comes out, this whole story takes place (after naked scenes with Ivan Yankovsky the actress’s husband, Harik Kharlamov, was sucked as a cuckold, in the end couple gets divorced and assures that the cinema has nothing to do with it – Auth.). And then an agent calls me and explains that Christina can’t act in our scene. I begged them to come to the studio, Asmus apologized for a long time that it would not work. Hoping for nothing, I turned on her 10 minutes of the film, she looked and said: “That’s it. Let’s. When to shoot? ” I asked again: “Are you not afraid that they will start rinsing again?” “This is my business,” she said firmly and starred wonderfully. I was amazed! ”


“This is not vulgarity, but real life”: Christina Asmus told how she decided on the bed scene in the new film

For the sake of the role in the 18+ tape, the actress first completely undressed on the screen and herself shot intimate shots on the phone (details)


Covid-19, Catholic prelates sign conspiracy text

Among the Catholic voices that have risen in recent weeks to demand the resumption of worship in the countries affected by Covid-19, a text published Thursday, May 7 and relayed in France by the weekly Valeurs Actuelles stands out for its virulence and tone conspiratorial. Posing as a call for the Church and for the world to the Catholic faithful and to men of good will “, it was initiated by Mgr Carlo Maria Vigano.

The former apostolic nuncio to the United States, in open conflict with Pope Francis, convinced several dozen personalities to sign this petition. They claim that “Under the pretext of the epidemic (…) the inalienable rights of citizens have been violated, by disproportionately and unjustifiably limiting their fundamental freedoms. “

“World Government”

The signatories see in the current crisis “A disturbing prelude to the creation of a world government out of control. ” According to them, “There are strong powers interested in creating panic among the population for the sole purpose of permanently imposing unacceptable forms of limitation of freedom. “

On several occasions, they take up arguments which circulate abundantly on populist or conspiratorial sites. They claim that “Doubts are growing as to the effective contagiousness, dangerousness and resistance of the virus”, pointing only to the responsibility of the media in the alarmist tone of the messages broadcast. Without further details, they also denounce “Censorship. “

Uncompromising position

The text dwells on the question of the resumption of worship. The signatories are in an uncompromising position. “The state, they write, does not have the right to interfere, for whatever reason, in the sovereignty of the Church. ” They ask for the removal of the limitations imposed so far and refuse to accept civil authority “All right to prohibit (…) public worship. “ Speaking more specifically to believers, they enjoin them to ” choose (their) side: with Christ, or against Christ. “

Three cardinals among the signatories

This forum presents itself as a petition, whose list of signatories would expand. For the time being, it has dozens of names, foremost among which – in addition to Bishop Vigano – Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, former prefect of the congregation for the doctrine of the Faith, also in conflict with the Pope. Two other cardinals signed: Joseph Zen, 88, bishop emeritus of Hong Kong and Janis Pujats, 89, bishop emeritus of Riga (Latvia). Among the signatories (1) are several bishops, priests as well as scientists, doctors, journalists, lawyers or association leaders who all have a conservative sensitivity in common.

The name of Cardinal Robert Sarah, often presented as one of the curatorial leaders of the Curia, appeared in a first version, but it was quickly withdrawn. “I will not speak on this petition which seems to occupy a lot of people today, he said on Friday May 8 on his Twitter account. I leave to their conscience those who want to exploit it in one way or another. I decided not to sign this text. I fully accept my choice. “


How to change the size of the text in WhatsApp chats




WhatsApp is a host of surprises. It is a very popular tool that has many functions to exploit and that, on many occasions, users they get to know. One of the most interesting “tricks” is the ability to change the size of text in chat windows. But it is a function that is not well implemented by default. It changes depending on the operating system that is being used.

In the Android operating system, for example, this feature can be done directly from the application itself, while in the case of iOS, the platform on which the iPhone moves, things change due to the dynamic size.

To make the changes in Android, go to the “Settings” section within WhatsApp. It is located at the bottom right. So, you have to enter the “Chats” settings, from where The possibility of changing the size of the used text should appear. There are three options: small, medium, or large. This is useful for those who have vision problems or a somewhat small mobile device. What it means is that the recipients will not see the text font of another size.

In the case of iOS, users should go to the “Settings” of the operating system itself. To change the size of the text on WhatsApp, you have to enter this application and then select the “Screen and brightness” menu. You have to look for “Size and text”, which is at the end. Once you have entered you just have to select the size of all the options it leaves, which are many, by the way. The only thing to be clear about is that these changes will affect the rest of the applications.


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ADELAIDE skipper Rory Sloane will join the 200-game club in Saturday’s meeting with Sydney at the Adelaide Oval.

Sloane will lead a new Crows team with seven players aged 22 or under, including rookie Fischer McAsey.

It is also the first game in charge for the new Crows coach Matthew Nicks, who has played 175 games with the Swans from 1996-2005.

In addition, the Swans made no late changes to the team named Thursday night, with recruits Lewis Taylor and Sam Gray playing their first games for red and white.

It will be the first game of ruckman Sam Naismith 918 days after the disappearance of 2018 and 2019 due to a knee reconstruction.

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The bow line of ESSENDON will be led by Jake Stringer after the bombers and dockers have both named sides unchanged for Saturday’s clash.

Stringer did not appear in the Essendon Marsh Community Series, but was selected to play Fremantle, with the first rebound set for the AEDT at 2.20 pm at Marvel Stadium.

The 2016 Western Bulldogs star will have to lead the inexperienced half of the bombers as he heads to the clash without a key target.

Fremantle will also enter the fight as selected, with the choice of the 2018 Dockers’ first round, Sam Sturt, to make his AFL debut.

Sturt is an intelligent forward medium with good skills and the ability to push the ground as the main option.

Recruit James Aish will play his first game for the Dockers after being swapped by Collingwood last year.

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The master slaughterhouse apprentice again … so what should I do now?

THE WESTERN Bulldogs brought a bat to premiership clock theory in 2016.

Written in folklore now, Luke Beveridge’s puppies have won four finals that year to rise from seventh place and conquer a fairytale premiere.

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At the time, they didn’t have to be contenders, and the finals were missing the next two seasons before attempting a late spike last year.

Beveridge’s team is not yet a favorite of the flag in 2020, but it is at least the most exalted in the AFL package, after attracting two new bookends in Telstra AFL’s commercial period last year.

Translation: people will see them coming this time.

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Josh Bruce became the high target and reliable goalkeeper they needed – apologizing for the huge promising Aaron Naughton – and Alex Keath for propping up the bottom line and providing an interception signal.

The two main gaps have allegedly been filled, but another remains a significant position problem.

If there is one thing that AFL coaches hate about media coverage, it is an overreaction to a game, but a trend is developing.

Tim English took on the role of Bulldogs’ number 1 ruckman last year, after being the first big man brought to No.19 in the NAB AFL 2016 project.

Bulldog Tim English in action against magpies. Image: AFL Photos

Only the reluctance of recruiters to use a choice on a ruckman too early has prevented the Western Australian beanpole from being in the top 10.

Last season the Englishman played 20 of his 29 career games and there were good signs, but his almighty fights against AFL’s measuring stick, Brodie Grundy of Collingwood, are cause for concern.

He had a total of 22 hitouts (seven to advantage) in those two fights. Grundy had 108 (34 in advantage) and scored top marks on the Brownlow Medal on both occasions.

Magpies have always pierced the Bulldogs.

Magpie Brodie Grundy in action against Bulldog Tim English. Image: AFL Photos

So much was expected since the two great men split the pitch again in the long-awaited start of the club’s season on Friday night.

Instead, it was a massacre. Yet. Grundy slaughtered the Englishman to start a Collingwood onball brigade eager to bring down the Bulldogs’ counterparts.

Grundy literally and regularly freaked out the unfortunate 22-year-old, who went halfway with a handball and six hitiuts to his name as the Pies accumulated on eight of the first nine goals.

His opponent in Collingwood had 13 supplies (seven contested), 26 hitouts, five in 50 and three shots on goal at that point.

There was also brutality in the overall numbers, which at one point had Nathan Buckley’s team in command of the interiors of the 1950s 24-4, the distance games 21-6 (9-1 in the middle), the signs all internal 50 7-0 and eliminations 154-107.

The Dogs could not even implement his card to get out of prison, with Marcus Bontempelli performing a rare poor performance in his first official game as a skipper.

To English credit, it improved slightly in the second half.

Smart judges, including one of the greatest ruckmen in Kennel’s history in Luke Darcy, who commented on the Triple M game on Friday night, are convinced that the Englishman will be “an excellent player”.

The purpose of this article is not to contest it. Ruckmen takes time.

What Beveridge and his fellow Bulldogs have to solve in the next 16 rounds is whether they can afford to continue playing in English as their main ruckman in a season when a flag isn’t out of the question.

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At the same time, there aren’t many other options. Lewis Young and Josh Bruce supported the 205cm boy against the Magpies.

Another 22-year-old Dogs ruckman, Jordon Sweet, has yet to make his AFL debut after averaging nearly 40 departures in last year’s VFL. Maybe it could have helped.

Beveridge’s men will and will be much better than they showed on Friday night but they have a lot to think about – starting with the ruck.


Serena returns in style in 2018

Welcome to Sunshine Stories, where wtatennis.com will take a look at some of the most memorable North American spring games in the past five years. Continuing our countdown from the 2018 edition of the BNP Paribas Open is 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams at the return bent against Zarina Diyas in the first round.

Indian Wells Rewind:
2015: Simona Halep d. Jelena Jankovic, final
2016: Victoria Azarenka d. Karolina Pliskova, semifinal
2017: Elena Vesnina d. Venus Williams, quarter-finals

HOW THEY WERE HERE: The anticipation was skyrocketing for Serena Williams’ long-awaited return to action as she probably began her most ambitious return. At the age of 36, the legendary champion was attempting to return after maternity leave, six months after having her daughter Olimpia and 14 months since she played her last official game – a defeat of sister Venus in the final of the Australian Open 2017 to seal its 23rd Grand Slam title – and with it, the Open Era record for the most important trophies.

In 2020, mothers who return to professional tennis are, fortunately, not a one-off rare – in the GNP Seguros last month in Monterrey, they represented almost one sixth of the entire main draw – but still few now try when they approach to 40 of 30, nor with Williams’ very high ambition to pursue the all-time main count. In addition, the American had undergone a difficult birth, revealing a month before Indian Wells that, following an emergency cesarean section, she had almost died after a series of medical complications.

Williams’ return, originally slated for the Australian swing in January, had already been delayed by three months and he had only fielded twice since he gave birth, losing 6-2, 3-6, [10-5] to Jelena Ostapenko in an exhibition in Abu Dhabi at the end of December and, together with Venus, falling 6-2, 6-3 to Lesley Pattinama Kerkhove and Demi Schuurs in a dead Fed Cup, doubles the tire in February. The postponement and subsequent question marks, however, only increased the suspense for a narrative that promised to be compelling.

Amid the noise, the Zarina Diyas World No. 53 was trying to prove that it was more than just a Williams film. The Kazakh was writing his own return story, which also deserved applause. After hitting a career high in the world # 31 in 2015, reaching twice the second week of Wimbledon, a wrist injury put Diyas aside for eight months between June 2016 and February 2017. His rankings would have plummeted out of the Top 200, and when he returned it was initially at the lowest level of the ITF Pro circuit.

But slowly, Diyas had regained his rhythm in 2017, with strong ITF performances leading to the emotional reward of his first WTA title in Tokyo as a qualifier in September. Once firmly placed in the Top 100, the 24-year-old had strongly started 2018 with a quarter-final in Shenzhen – although after that she had slightly reversed her course, suffering losses of three sets to Sorana Cirstea in the first round of the Australian Open and Monica Niculescu in the Taipei City second round before falling to Lesia Tsurenko in Dubai.

WHAT HAPPENED: Williams took to the field running with his service, one of the greatest weapons in the history of the women’s game: he would have captured 70% of his first service points and 77% behind his second delivery for a series of impregnable holds, during which did not face a breaking point. But Diyas was also serving well, in addition to showing his usual tenacity in hopes of sealing a famous scalp, and he rejected the first five break points he faced while the first 10 games of the game were successful.

Match report: Serena triumphs against Diyas in the return of Indian Wells

But in some ways, the Kazakhstan game proved ideal as Williams’ first test. Diyas’ counterattack and the ability to participate in the rallies would test the bases of the champion – in addition to giving excellent extended points – but the constant rhythm he gave Williams also allowed the American to play gradually. Shaking off his previous missed chances, Williams eventually broke 6-5 with a backhand along the line too hot to be handled by Diyas, then closed the opening act on his third set point while his opponent found the network with a straight.

If the solid take-ups had been the story of the first set, that narrative changed in the second, which was much more angular – particularly during his central pass of the game, which saw five consecutive service interruptions. Three times Williams made returns and overheads to catch the Diyas service; twice, Diyas clung to the game and immediately broke. But as in the first set, Williams’ instinct to know exactly when to step up his game has arrived. Leading 4-3, the sharper focus offered a grip of love that exorcised the fights that preceded it immediately – and Williams wasted no time in taking advantage of his lead, breaking again for the game and signing a 7-5, 6-3 victory a straight Diyas at the last moat went on the tram lines.

Indian Wells: Serena vs. Diyas

WHAT THEY SAY: Williams was excited to be back in competition later. “I was surprised with some of the mistakes,” he said. “But right now, for this particular tournament, I’m really just trying to take it easy and not put too much stress, pressure or expectation on myself. And this is really one of the few times I’ve been able to do that.

Aware of everything he had gone through to get to this point, he also downplayed his immediate expectations: “I entered knowing that I won’t be where I wanted to be in the first few games,” Williams said. “It takes time to go back.”

WHAT DOES IT MEAN: For Diyas, his solid performance was a stepping stone for a career-best run in Miami the following fortnight, including a defeat by Svetlana Kuznetsova. However, her season turned back when Kazakh suffered a knee injury in Nottingham, forcing her to lose her beloved grass swing – and 2019 saw her need to mount another return from outside the Top 100. .

Williams, meanwhile, was able to score a Top 30 win in his first tournament when he defeated No. 29 Kiki Bertens seed 7-6 (5), 7-5 in the second round – but this was followed. two consecutive losses, 6-3, 6-4 to sister Venus to end her campaign in the desert and then 6-3, 6-2 to the newly crowned Indian champion Wells Naomi Osaka in the first round of Miami.

Following this result, Williams will no longer play for over two months, retiring from Madrid and Rome due to the need for more time to be “100% ready to compete”. In May, his coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, admitted that the former No. 1 in the world “has clearly returned too early”, citing complications related to Williams’ birth as a factor. Williams would have had a couple of quality wins on his return to Roland Garros, on Ashleigh Barty – the following year’s champion – and Julia Goerges, but it was in Wimbledon in July that his return made his stride as he reached the first of the four Grand Slam finals since returning from maternity leave. In light of his journey, this achievement in itself is surprising – but Williams still remains hungry for a 24th major trophy.


Giants ready to load the gun in half for the first round

Tom Green, draped in Greater Western Sydney, Tom Green will not let uncertainty over the start of the season dampen his excitement after being told he will make his debut against Geelong on Saturday night if the game continues.

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It has already been a monstrous week for the teenager, who also revealed on Wednesday that he signed an extension of the two-year contract, which binds him to the Giants until at least the end of the 2023 season.

With League officials yet to decide whether the 2020 season will begin this week due to the coronavirus pandemic, Green, like the rest of his peers during the competition, faces anxious wait.

Giant Tom Green is confronted by Ben Ronke of the Swans. Image: AFL Photos

The GWS Academy product, taken with pick # 10 from last year’s NAB AFL draft, said Wednesday that it was “pumped” to be informed by coach Leon Cameron that he was on the team to deal with the cats.

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Although the opening of the season will be played without spectators if he actually goes on, which means that his family will not be seen running out in the colors of the Giants for the first time in a home match, Green could not wipe the smile from his face after training at Giants Stadium.

The hard-nosed midfielder said he had great confidence in line against athletes like Sydney Josh Kennedy and Luke Parker and Richmond Dustin Martin and Trent Cotchin during the pre-season competition.

“They are such good players and I learned so much that I was out there with them, but I didn’t feel out of my depth,” he said.

While Green is confident of facing Geelong and superstar Patrick Dangerfield if the two teams meet on Saturday night, GWS star defender Zac Williams may not take his place in Cameron’s 22nd.

Zac Williams at GWS training. Image: AFL Photos

Williams lost the Marsh Community Series after his training was downsized due to some pain in the Achilles that he ripped in early 2018.

The fast-paced backman trained solidly with the rest of the team on Wednesday, but sided with the best Giants team in some simulation exercises of the game, which means he could have skipped the start of the year.

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Draftee Lachie Ash and young Isaac Cumming performed well on the mid back during the Marsh series, giving Cameron the luxury of relieving one of his best attack weapons of the season.

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“We will discuss Zac really well,” said Cameron.

“He trained very well and played a bit last week too, and the discussion will take place if he has done enough work to (be able to) face cats in a high intensity game.

“If we don’t think he has it, he’ll have another week or two (training), but we think he’s getting very close.”