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Journal Reference:

  1. Mohammad Harun Rashid, Nicklaus A. Sparrow, Faizan Anwar, Gena Guidry, Ambart E. Covarrubias, Haoming Pang, Chandrakumar Bogguri, S. Ananth Karumanchi, Shouri Lahiri. Interleukin-6 mediates delirium-like phenotypes in a murine model of urinary tract infection. Journal of Neuroinflammation, 2021; 18 (1) DOI: 10.1186/s12974-021-02304-x

Older women are among the most susceptible to developing UTIs, an infection of the bladder and urethra that causes urinary urgency and pain. UTIs also can cause delirium in older people, resulting in a sharp decline in mental abilities that triggers disoriented thinking.

“Up to one-third of elderly patients hospitalized with UTIs can experience some degree of confusion and reduced awareness of their surroundings,” said Shouri Lahiri, MD, director of the Neurosciences Critical Care Unit and Neurocritical Care Research at Cedars-Sinai and senior author of the study. “Delirium affects millions of patients a year in the U.S., contributing to longer hospital stays, long-term cognitive problems and increased mortality. Delirium can be a tipping point from which patients never fully recover. This is well established. What is less well established is why this is happening.”

To better understand the specific biological mechanisms behind UTI-associated delirium, Lahiri and colleagues observed laboratory mice with and without UTIs in specially designed mazes. In an arena where the animals could move about freely, uninfected mice spent more time in the center of the chamber. Those with UTIs huddled in the periphery, suggesting they had higher levels of anxiety, a common symptom of delirium.

In a Y-shaped maze with three arms to explore, uninfected mice tended to explore all three arms, while mice with UTIs kept returning to the same one, suggesting a lapse in short-term memory, another feature of delirium.

The investigators also observed structural changes in the brains of mice with UTIs.

In a previous study led by Lahiri, published in February in the American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology, investigators found a connection between ventilator-induced lung injury and delirium. Lahiri and colleagues theorized that in both cases this was because of the reaction of IL-6, which helps regulate immune response, to the lung injury or the UTI.

“Occasionally, when the response of IL-6 is excessive, our research indicates that there can be brain injury,” Lahiri said. “IL-6 induces changes within the neurons that our studies connected with delirium-like behavior. This is the first time this type of structural and functional change has been demonstrated. We’ve now shown two distinct models of this connection, one non-infectious and one infectious.”

In the current study, when investigators treated some of the infected mice with antibodies that blocked the effects of IL-6, the delirium-like behavior of those animals resolved. “Treatment with anti-IL-6 antibody in the UTI group normalized all the brain changes, both structural and functional,” Lahiri said. “A wealth of studies have shown a link between IL-6 and delirium, but only this study and our previous study have shown that IL-6 may play a direct pathological role in delirium.”

If symptoms are treated early, he added, full recovery is possible, and the next step is to design clinical trials with anti-IL-6 antibodies as a treatment for patients with UTI-induced delirium.

“Dr. Lahiri and his team have built a research framework with implications far beyond this study,” said Nancy Sicotte, MD, chair of the Department of Neurology who holds the Women’s Guild Distinguished Chair in Neurology at Cedars-Sinai. “Building on these efforts could improve outcomes for many of our patients.”

Lahiri believes the model he and co-investigators created could be used to study delirium in other conditions associated with increased incidence of UTI. These include those with pre-existing neurologic disorders like Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, stroke and multiple sclerosis where delirium can be hard to distinguish from the underlying disease but is important to treat.

“A huge population stands to benefit from these investigations,” he said. “We’re looking to apply this model to these other systemic disease conditions and states where the brain dysfunction caused is potentially reversible.”

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Unlocking the cause of UTI-induced delirium

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Journal Reference:

  1. Mohammad Harun Rashid, Nicklaus A. Sparrow, Faizan Anwar, Gena Guidry, Ambart E. Covarrubias, Haoming Pang, Chandrakumar Bogguri, S. Ananth Karumanchi, Shouri Lahiri. Interleukin-6 mediates delirium-like phenotypes in a murine model of urinary tract infection. Journal of Neuroinflammation, 2021; 18 (1) DOI: 10.1186/s12974-021-02304-x

Older women are among the most susceptible to developing UTIs, an infection of the bladder and urethra that causes urinary urgency and pain. UTIs also can cause delirium in older people, resulting in a sharp decline in mental abilities that triggers disoriented thinking.

“Up to one-third of elderly patients hospitalized with UTIs can experience some degree of confusion and reduced awareness of their surroundings,” said Shouri Lahiri, MD, director of the Neurosciences Critical Care Unit and Neurocritical Care Research at Cedars-Sinai and senior author of the study. “Delirium affects millions of patients a year in the U.S., contributing to longer hospital stays, long-term cognitive problems and increased mortality. Delirium can be a tipping point from which patients never fully recover. This is well established. What is less well established is why this is happening.”

To better understand the specific biological mechanisms behind UTI-associated delirium, Lahiri and colleagues observed laboratory mice with and without UTIs in specially designed mazes. In an arena where the animals could move about freely, uninfected mice spent more time in the center of the chamber. Those with UTIs huddled in the periphery, suggesting they had higher levels of anxiety, a common symptom of delirium.

In a Y-shaped maze with three arms to explore, uninfected mice tended to explore all three arms, while mice with UTIs kept returning to the same one, suggesting a lapse in short-term memory, another feature of delirium.

The investigators also observed structural changes in the brains of mice with UTIs.

In a previous study led by Lahiri, published in February in the American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology, investigators found a connection between ventilator-induced lung injury and delirium. Lahiri and colleagues theorized that in both cases this was because of the reaction of IL-6, which helps regulate immune response, to the lung injury or the UTI.

“Occasionally, when the response of IL-6 is excessive, our research indicates that there can be brain injury,” Lahiri said. “IL-6 induces changes within the neurons that our studies connected with delirium-like behavior. This is the first time this type of structural and functional change has been demonstrated. We’ve now shown two distinct models of this connection, one non-infectious and one infectious.”

In the current study, when investigators treated some of the infected mice with antibodies that blocked the effects of IL-6, the delirium-like behavior of those animals resolved. “Treatment with anti-IL-6 antibody in the UTI group normalized all the brain changes, both structural and functional,” Lahiri said. “A wealth of studies have shown a link between IL-6 and delirium, but only this study and our previous study have shown that IL-6 may play a direct pathological role in delirium.”

If symptoms are treated early, he added, full recovery is possible, and the next step is to design clinical trials with anti-IL-6 antibodies as a treatment for patients with UTI-induced delirium.

“Dr. Lahiri and his team have built a research framework with implications far beyond this study,” said Nancy Sicotte, MD, chair of the Department of Neurology who holds the Women’s Guild Distinguished Chair in Neurology at Cedars-Sinai. “Building on these efforts could improve outcomes for many of our patients.”

Lahiri believes the model he and co-investigators created could be used to study delirium in other conditions associated with increased incidence of UTI. These include those with pre-existing neurologic disorders like Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, stroke and multiple sclerosis where delirium can be hard to distinguish from the underlying disease but is important to treat.

“A huge population stands to benefit from these investigations,” he said. “We’re looking to apply this model to these other systemic disease conditions and states where the brain dysfunction caused is potentially reversible.”

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Unlocking the cause of UTI-induced delirium

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638654583) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(67) "Artificial material protects light states on smallest length scales" ["link"]=> string(103) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/artificial-material-protects-light-states-on-smallest-length-scales/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Dec 2021 20:31:27 +0000" ["category"]=> string(55) "Health And Scienceartificiallightmaterialprotectsscales" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8169" ["description"]=> string(734) "Journal Reference: Jinlong Lu, Konstantin G. Wirth, Wenlong Gao, Andreas Heßler, Basudeb Sain, Thomas Taubner, Thomas Zentgraf. Observing 0D subwavelength-localized modes at ~100 THz protected by weak topology. Science Advances, 2021; 7 (49) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abl3903 Topological crystals function on the basis of specific structures, the properties of which remain largely unaffected by disturbances and deviations. ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4902) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Jinlong Lu, Konstantin G. Wirth, Wenlong Gao, Andreas Heßler, Basudeb Sain, Thomas Taubner, Thomas Zentgraf. Observing 0D subwavelength-localized modes at ~100 THz protected by weak topology. Science Advances, 2021; 7 (49) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abl3903

Topological crystals function on the basis of specific structures, the properties of which remain largely unaffected by disturbances and deviations. While in normal photonic crystals the effects needed for light manipulation are fragile and can be affected by defects in the material structure, for example, in topological photonic crystals, they are protected from this. The topological structures allow properties such as unidirectional light propagation and increased robustness for guiding photons, small particles of light — features that are crucial for future light-based technologies.

Photonic crystals influence the propagation of electromagnetic waves with the help of an optical band gap for photons, which blocks the movement of light in certain directions. Scattering usually occurs — some photons are reflected back, while others are reflected away. “With topological light states that span an extended range of photonic crystals, you can prevent this. In normal optical waveguides and fibers, back reflection poses a major problem because it leads to unwanted feedback. Loss during propagation hinders large-scale integration in optical chips, in which photons are responsible for transmitting information. With the help of topological photonic crystals, novel unidirectional waveguides can be achieved that transmit light without any back reflection, even in the presence of arbitrarily large disorder,” explains Professor Thomas Zentgraf, head of the Ultrafast Nanophotonics research group at Paderborn University. The concept, which has its origins in solid-state physics, has already led to numerous applications, including robust light transmission, topological delay lines, topological lasers and quantum interference.

“It was also recently proven that topological photonic crystals based on a weak topology with a crystal dislocation in the periodic structure also exhibit these special properties and also support what are known as topologically-protected strongly spatially localised light states. When something is topologically protected, any changes in the parameters do not affect the protected properties. Localised light states are extremely useful for non-linear amplification, miniaturisation of photonic components and integration of photonic quantum chips,” adds Zentgraf. In this context, weak topological states are special states for the light that result not only from the topological band structure, but also from the formation of the crystal structure.

In a joint experiment, researchers from Paderborn University and RWTH Aachen University used a special near-field optical microscope to demonstrate the existence of such strongly localised light states in topological structures. “We showed that the versatility of weak topology can produce a strongly spatially localised optical field in an intentionally induced structural dislocation,” explains Jinlong Lu, a PhD student in Zentgraf’s group and lead author of the paper. “Our study demonstrates a viable strategy for achieving a topologically-protected, localised zero-dimensional state for light,” adds Zentgraf. With their work, the researchers have proven that near-field microscopy is a valuable tool for characterising topological structures with nanoscale resolution at optical frequencies.

The findings provide a basis for the use of strongly localised optical light states based on weak topology. Phase-change materials with a tunable refractive index could therefore also be used for the nanostructures used in the experiment to produce robust and active topological photonic elements. “We’re now working on concepts to equip the dislocation centres in the crystal structure with special quantum emitters for single photon generation,” says Zentgraf, adding: “These could then be used in future optical quantum computers, for which single photon generation plays an important role.”

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Artificial material protects light states on smallest length scales

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Journal Reference:

  1. Jinlong Lu, Konstantin G. Wirth, Wenlong Gao, Andreas Heßler, Basudeb Sain, Thomas Taubner, Thomas Zentgraf. Observing 0D subwavelength-localized modes at ~100 THz protected by weak topology. Science Advances, 2021; 7 (49) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abl3903

Topological crystals function on the basis of specific structures, the properties of which remain largely unaffected by disturbances and deviations. While in normal photonic crystals the effects needed for light manipulation are fragile and can be affected by defects in the material structure, for example, in topological photonic crystals, they are protected from this. The topological structures allow properties such as unidirectional light propagation and increased robustness for guiding photons, small particles of light — features that are crucial for future light-based technologies.

Photonic crystals influence the propagation of electromagnetic waves with the help of an optical band gap for photons, which blocks the movement of light in certain directions. Scattering usually occurs — some photons are reflected back, while others are reflected away. “With topological light states that span an extended range of photonic crystals, you can prevent this. In normal optical waveguides and fibers, back reflection poses a major problem because it leads to unwanted feedback. Loss during propagation hinders large-scale integration in optical chips, in which photons are responsible for transmitting information. With the help of topological photonic crystals, novel unidirectional waveguides can be achieved that transmit light without any back reflection, even in the presence of arbitrarily large disorder,” explains Professor Thomas Zentgraf, head of the Ultrafast Nanophotonics research group at Paderborn University. The concept, which has its origins in solid-state physics, has already led to numerous applications, including robust light transmission, topological delay lines, topological lasers and quantum interference.

“It was also recently proven that topological photonic crystals based on a weak topology with a crystal dislocation in the periodic structure also exhibit these special properties and also support what are known as topologically-protected strongly spatially localised light states. When something is topologically protected, any changes in the parameters do not affect the protected properties. Localised light states are extremely useful for non-linear amplification, miniaturisation of photonic components and integration of photonic quantum chips,” adds Zentgraf. In this context, weak topological states are special states for the light that result not only from the topological band structure, but also from the formation of the crystal structure.

In a joint experiment, researchers from Paderborn University and RWTH Aachen University used a special near-field optical microscope to demonstrate the existence of such strongly localised light states in topological structures. “We showed that the versatility of weak topology can produce a strongly spatially localised optical field in an intentionally induced structural dislocation,” explains Jinlong Lu, a PhD student in Zentgraf’s group and lead author of the paper. “Our study demonstrates a viable strategy for achieving a topologically-protected, localised zero-dimensional state for light,” adds Zentgraf. With their work, the researchers have proven that near-field microscopy is a valuable tool for characterising topological structures with nanoscale resolution at optical frequencies.

The findings provide a basis for the use of strongly localised optical light states based on weak topology. Phase-change materials with a tunable refractive index could therefore also be used for the nanostructures used in the experiment to produce robust and active topological photonic elements. “We’re now working on concepts to equip the dislocation centres in the crystal structure with special quantum emitters for single photon generation,” says Zentgraf, adding: “These could then be used in future optical quantum computers, for which single photon generation plays an important role.”

We wish to thank the writer of this post for this outstanding content

Artificial material protects light states on smallest length scales

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638649887) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(137) "Fabrice Hyber, plastic artist: “I wanted to revive the landscape I saw as a child, before the damage caused by intensive agriculture”" ["link"]=> string(164) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/fabrice-hyber-plastic-artist-i-wanted-to-revive-the-landscape-i-saw-as-a-child-before-the-damage-caused-by-intensive-agriculture/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Pauline Moonlky" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Dec 2021 20:27:07 +0000" ["category"]=> string(85) "MagazineagricultureartistcausedchilddamageFabriceHyberIntensivelandscapeplasticrevive" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8166" ["description"]=> string(870) "Fabrice Hyber with one of his “Men of Bessines”, in his workshop in Mareuil-sur-Lay-Dissais, Vendée, in June 2021. HENRI VAN MELLE Fabrice Hyber, 60, usually wears the mischievous smile of an eternal teenager. In recent days, however, his mood has darkened. At the beginning of December, the French artist was to install on the basin ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6392) "

Fabrice Hyber, 60, usually wears the mischievous smile of an eternal teenager. In recent days, however, his mood has darkened. At the beginning of December, the French artist was to install on the basin of the Palais de Tokyo, in Paris, thirty Men of Bessines, his firecracker-green fountain sculpture that we now see all over the world. Two weeks before the event, discussions with the art center stumbled over security issues. But the optimist has too much to do to mope.

Artist, sheep breeder, seed sower, distiller: with the same bulimic happiness, Hyber is on all fronts, marking art, nature and science with his originality. This winter he has several pots on the fire. The preparation of two exhibitions first, at the Fondation Cartier, in Paris, in 2022 and at the domain of Chaumont-sur-Loire the following year.

A fresco from the Atelier des Jardiniers in Montrouge.

He has also just co-founded the Atelier des Jardiniers in Montrouge, an eco-responsible and locavore art and restaurant space, which will open next summer after renovations. Since November, he has finally welcomed in his workshop in Pantin, in Seine-Saint-Denis, five students from a brand new vocational training course set up by the Beaux-Arts de Nantes.

“I have built a universe, and I don’t want it to be cut into pieces, but transmitted in its entirety. »Fabrice Hyber

But the miraculous jack of all trades is also a miracle. He survived a lot of things: a nasty bacteria that took him away from the art world for a while, the little air hole after the Venice Biennale in 1997, where he won the Golden Lion, and on the death of several relatives, in particular his companion. Today, the Immortal, which was installed in July under the dome of the Académie des beaux-arts, ensures that the aftermath is sustainable. “I have built a universe, and I don’t want it to be cut into pieces, but transmitted in its entirety”, he explains.

Fabrice Hyber during his installation at the Academy of Fine Arts, July 7, 2021.

In June, therefore, he created an endowment fund, headed by Henri van Melle, former international director of Hermès events. Her task ? To keep the stock of 10,000 works (his own and those of artists that he has collected), to continue his reasoned encyclopedia started in 2013, to create a permanent place to exhibit his works in Vendée… And to preserve the spirit of freedom that Fabrice Hyber pegged to the body.

An enchanted islet

Both a enfant terrible and a nice fellow, the artist has always gone beyond the limits and conventions. In 1981, still a student, he obtained twenty tubes of lipstick from the cosmetics firm Liliane France to make his first painting, The Square Meter of Lipstick. In 1990, he imagined the largest soap in the world (over 20 tonnes) with the help of the Marseille soap and detergents company.

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Fabrice Hyber, plastic artist: “I wanted to revive the landscape I saw as a child, before the damage caused by intensive agriculture”

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Fabrice Hyber, 60, usually wears the mischievous smile of an eternal teenager. In recent days, however, his mood has darkened. At the beginning of December, the French artist was to install on the basin of the Palais de Tokyo, in Paris, thirty Men of Bessines, his firecracker-green fountain sculpture that we now see all over the world. Two weeks before the event, discussions with the art center stumbled over security issues. But the optimist has too much to do to mope.

Artist, sheep breeder, seed sower, distiller: with the same bulimic happiness, Hyber is on all fronts, marking art, nature and science with his originality. This winter he has several pots on the fire. The preparation of two exhibitions first, at the Fondation Cartier, in Paris, in 2022 and at the domain of Chaumont-sur-Loire the following year.

A fresco from the Atelier des Jardiniers in Montrouge.

He has also just co-founded the Atelier des Jardiniers in Montrouge, an eco-responsible and locavore art and restaurant space, which will open next summer after renovations. Since November, he has finally welcomed in his workshop in Pantin, in Seine-Saint-Denis, five students from a brand new vocational training course set up by the Beaux-Arts de Nantes.

“I have built a universe, and I don’t want it to be cut into pieces, but transmitted in its entirety. »Fabrice Hyber

But the miraculous jack of all trades is also a miracle. He survived a lot of things: a nasty bacteria that took him away from the art world for a while, the little air hole after the Venice Biennale in 1997, where he won the Golden Lion, and on the death of several relatives, in particular his companion. Today, the Immortal, which was installed in July under the dome of the Académie des beaux-arts, ensures that the aftermath is sustainable. “I have built a universe, and I don’t want it to be cut into pieces, but transmitted in its entirety”, he explains.

Fabrice Hyber during his installation at the Academy of Fine Arts, July 7, 2021.

In June, therefore, he created an endowment fund, headed by Henri van Melle, former international director of Hermès events. Her task ? To keep the stock of 10,000 works (his own and those of artists that he has collected), to continue his reasoned encyclopedia started in 2013, to create a permanent place to exhibit his works in Vendée… And to preserve the spirit of freedom that Fabrice Hyber pegged to the body.

An enchanted islet

Both a enfant terrible and a nice fellow, the artist has always gone beyond the limits and conventions. In 1981, still a student, he obtained twenty tubes of lipstick from the cosmetics firm Liliane France to make his first painting, The Square Meter of Lipstick. In 1990, he imagined the largest soap in the world (over 20 tonnes) with the help of the Marseille soap and detergents company.

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Fabrice Hyber, plastic artist: “I wanted to revive the landscape I saw as a child, before the damage caused by intensive agriculture”

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638649627) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(75) "Ubiquitous food additive alters human microbiota and intestinal environment" ["link"]=> string(111) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/ubiquitous-food-additive-alters-human-microbiota-and-intestinal-environment/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Dec 2021 19:13:58 +0000" ["category"]=> string(82) "Health And ScienceadditivealtersenvironmentFoodhumanintestinalmicrobiotaUbiquitous" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8161" ["description"]=> string(745) "Journal Reference: Benoit Chassaing, Charlene Compher, Brittaney Bonhomme, Qing Liu, Yuan Tian, William Walters, Lisa Nessel, Clara Delaroque, Fuhua Hao, Victoria Gershuni, Lillian Chau, Josephine Ni, Meenakshi Bewtra, Lindsey Albenberg, Alexis Bretin, Liam McKeever, Ruth E. Ley, Andrew D. Patterson, Gary D. Wu, Andrew T. Gewirtz, James D. Lewis. Randomized controlled-feeding study of dietary emulsifier ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4933) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Benoit Chassaing, Charlene Compher, Brittaney Bonhomme, Qing Liu, Yuan Tian, William Walters, Lisa Nessel, Clara Delaroque, Fuhua Hao, Victoria Gershuni, Lillian Chau, Josephine Ni, Meenakshi Bewtra, Lindsey Albenberg, Alexis Bretin, Liam McKeever, Ruth E. Ley, Andrew D. Patterson, Gary D. Wu, Andrew T. Gewirtz, James D. Lewis. Randomized controlled-feeding study of dietary emulsifier carboxymethylcellulose reveals detrimental impacts on the gut microbiota and metabolome. Gastroenterology, 2021; DOI: 10.1053/j.gastro.2021.11.006

The research was led by a collaborative team of scientists from Georgia State University’s Institute for Biomedical Sciences, INSERM (France) and the University of Pennsylvania. Key contributions also came from researchers at Penn State University and Max Planck Institute (Germany).

Carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) is a synthetic member of a widely used class of food additives, termed emulsifiers, which are added to many processed foods to enhance texture and promote shelf life. CMC has not been extensively tested in humans but has been increasingly used in processed foods since the 1960s. It had long been assumed that CMC was safe to ingest because it is eliminated in the feces without being absorbed. However, increasing appreciation of the health benefits provided by bacteria that normally live in the colon, and thus would interact with non-absorbed additives, has led scientists to challenge this assumption. Experiments in mice found that CMC, and some other emulsifiers, altered gut bacteria resulting in more severe disease in a range of chronic inflammatory conditions, including colitis, metabolic syndrome and colon cancer. However, the extent to which such results are applicable to humans had not been previously investigated.

The team performed a randomized controlled-feeding study in healthy volunteers. Participants, housed at the study site, consumed an additive-free diet or an identical diet supplemented with carboxymethylcellulose (CMC). Because the diseases CMC promotes in mice take years to arise in humans, the researchers focused here on intestinal bacteria and metabolites. They found that CMC consumption changed the make-up of bacteria populating the colon, reducing select species. Furthermore, fecal samples from CMC-treated participants displayed a stark depletion of beneficial metabolites that are thought to normally maintain a healthy colon.

Lastly, the researchers performed colonoscopies on subjects at the beginning and end of the study and noticed that a subset of subjects consuming CMC displayed gut bacteria encroaching into the mucus, which has previously been observed to be a feature of inflammatory bowel diseases and type 2 diabetes. Thus, while CMC consumption did not result in any disease per se in this two week study, collectively the results support the conclusions of animal studies that long-term consumption of this additive might promote chronic inflammatory diseases. Therefore, further studies of this additive are warranted.

“It certainly disproves the ‘it just passes through’ argument used to justify the lack of clinical study on additives,” said Georgia State University’s Dr. Andrew Gewirtz, one of the paper’s senior authors. Beyond supporting the need for further study of carboxymethylcellulose, the study “provides a general blueprint to carefully test individual food additives in humans in a well-controlled manner,” said co-senior author Dr. James Lewis, of the University of Pennsylvania, where the subjects were enrolled.

Lead author Dr. Benoit Chassaing, research director at INSERM, University of Paris, France, noted that such studies need to be large enough to account for a high degree of subject heterogeneity. “Indeed, our results suggest that responses to CMC and likely other food additives are highly personalized and we are now designing approaches to predict which individuals might be sensitive to specific additives,” Chassaing said.

This study was funded by the National Institutes of Health, the European Research Council, the Max Planck Society, the INSERM and the Kenneth Rainin Foundation.

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Ubiquitous food additive alters human microbiota and intestinal environment

" } ["summary"]=> string(745) "Journal Reference: Benoit Chassaing, Charlene Compher, Brittaney Bonhomme, Qing Liu, Yuan Tian, William Walters, Lisa Nessel, Clara Delaroque, Fuhua Hao, Victoria Gershuni, Lillian Chau, Josephine Ni, Meenakshi Bewtra, Lindsey Albenberg, Alexis Bretin, Liam McKeever, Ruth E. Ley, Andrew D. Patterson, Gary D. Wu, Andrew T. Gewirtz, James D. Lewis. Randomized controlled-feeding study of dietary emulsifier ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4933) "

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  1. Benoit Chassaing, Charlene Compher, Brittaney Bonhomme, Qing Liu, Yuan Tian, William Walters, Lisa Nessel, Clara Delaroque, Fuhua Hao, Victoria Gershuni, Lillian Chau, Josephine Ni, Meenakshi Bewtra, Lindsey Albenberg, Alexis Bretin, Liam McKeever, Ruth E. Ley, Andrew D. Patterson, Gary D. Wu, Andrew T. Gewirtz, James D. Lewis. Randomized controlled-feeding study of dietary emulsifier carboxymethylcellulose reveals detrimental impacts on the gut microbiota and metabolome. Gastroenterology, 2021; DOI: 10.1053/j.gastro.2021.11.006

The research was led by a collaborative team of scientists from Georgia State University’s Institute for Biomedical Sciences, INSERM (France) and the University of Pennsylvania. Key contributions also came from researchers at Penn State University and Max Planck Institute (Germany).

Carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) is a synthetic member of a widely used class of food additives, termed emulsifiers, which are added to many processed foods to enhance texture and promote shelf life. CMC has not been extensively tested in humans but has been increasingly used in processed foods since the 1960s. It had long been assumed that CMC was safe to ingest because it is eliminated in the feces without being absorbed. However, increasing appreciation of the health benefits provided by bacteria that normally live in the colon, and thus would interact with non-absorbed additives, has led scientists to challenge this assumption. Experiments in mice found that CMC, and some other emulsifiers, altered gut bacteria resulting in more severe disease in a range of chronic inflammatory conditions, including colitis, metabolic syndrome and colon cancer. However, the extent to which such results are applicable to humans had not been previously investigated.

The team performed a randomized controlled-feeding study in healthy volunteers. Participants, housed at the study site, consumed an additive-free diet or an identical diet supplemented with carboxymethylcellulose (CMC). Because the diseases CMC promotes in mice take years to arise in humans, the researchers focused here on intestinal bacteria and metabolites. They found that CMC consumption changed the make-up of bacteria populating the colon, reducing select species. Furthermore, fecal samples from CMC-treated participants displayed a stark depletion of beneficial metabolites that are thought to normally maintain a healthy colon.

Lastly, the researchers performed colonoscopies on subjects at the beginning and end of the study and noticed that a subset of subjects consuming CMC displayed gut bacteria encroaching into the mucus, which has previously been observed to be a feature of inflammatory bowel diseases and type 2 diabetes. Thus, while CMC consumption did not result in any disease per se in this two week study, collectively the results support the conclusions of animal studies that long-term consumption of this additive might promote chronic inflammatory diseases. Therefore, further studies of this additive are warranted.

“It certainly disproves the ‘it just passes through’ argument used to justify the lack of clinical study on additives,” said Georgia State University’s Dr. Andrew Gewirtz, one of the paper’s senior authors. Beyond supporting the need for further study of carboxymethylcellulose, the study “provides a general blueprint to carefully test individual food additives in humans in a well-controlled manner,” said co-senior author Dr. James Lewis, of the University of Pennsylvania, where the subjects were enrolled.

Lead author Dr. Benoit Chassaing, research director at INSERM, University of Paris, France, noted that such studies need to be large enough to account for a high degree of subject heterogeneity. “Indeed, our results suggest that responses to CMC and likely other food additives are highly personalized and we are now designing approaches to predict which individuals might be sensitive to specific additives,” Chassaing said.

This study was funded by the National Institutes of Health, the European Research Council, the Max Planck Society, the INSERM and the Kenneth Rainin Foundation.

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¡Al fin! After delaying its premiere date on more than one occasion due to the coronavirus pandemic, ‘Black Widow‘is now available in theaters, as well as on Disney +. Therefore, we show you five things you probably did not know about its protagonist, the great Scarlett Johansson.

Has a twin brother

Believe it or not, the actress of ‘Lucy‘has a twin brother, Hunter Johansson, who is also an actor. In fact, they both shared a scene on the tape. ‘Manny & Lo.‘, in 1996. In addition to Hunter, Scarlett has two older brothers, Vanessa and Adrian, and a half brother, Christian.

He auditioned for ‘Parent Trap

Can you imagine how it would have been ‘Parent Trap‘without Lindsay Lohan? Well then Scarlett Johansson auditioned to give life to the famous twins, Annie and Hallie, in the 1998 Disney children’s comedy, however, it was Lohan who got the lead.

They leaked her photos after being hacked in 2009

Scarlett Johansson is on the list of celebrities who have been hacked. In 2009, Intimate images of the actress were leaked online after her cell phone was hacked. Fortunately, the FBI managed to capture the person responsible, who received his well-deserved sentence.

These photographs They were originally sent to Ryan Reynolds, who was her husband at the time. Reynolds and Johansson were married for two years, but they decided to end their relationship and divorce in 2010 due to their “busy schedules”, although there are those who affirm that Blake Lively was behind that breakup.

View gallery

10 celebrities who were exposed by being hacked

Kylie Jenner

The youngest of the Jenners was a victim of hacking in 2017, when someone threatened her through her own Snapchat account with publishing her intimate photos.

Selena Gomez

In 2011 the singer was the victim of hacking in her social networks. The hacker was in charge of writing “Oh, yes JUSTIN BIEBER APESTAAAA” in the official Twitter account of the actress.

Scarlett Johansson

In 2011, the actress was hacked by Christopher Chaney, who was in charge of sharing intimate images of Johansson. Chaney pleaded guilty, facing 10 years in prison.

Jennifer Lawrence

In 2014 photographs where the actress goes out without a single garment on top were published on the site ‘4Chan’. George Garafano pleaded guilty and faced eight months in prison.

Kate Upton

Like Lawrence, intimate photos of the model were also posted on the now closed site ‘4Chan’.

Rihanna

Lawrence and Upton were not the only ones affected by the site ‘4Chan’, because in this, they also uploaded private photographs of the interpreter of ‘Diamonds’.

Sofia Vergara

A year ago, the Colombian’s Instagram account was hacked, which is why her feed was full of false giveaways.

Mila Kunis

Ashton Kutcher’s wife was hacked in 2011, and although they did not publish private information about the actress, photos of Justin Timberlake without a shirt came out from her cell phone.

Demi Lovato

The former Disney star was involved in controversy when, in 2014, she was hacked and images of her and her ex-partner, Wilmer Valderrama, were published on her Twitter account in private.

Emma watson

In 2017, several photographs, where the actress appeared changing clothes due to a wardrobe test, were stolen from Watson’s cell phone.

His musical career

Scarlett not only does he have acting skills, Well, the actress of ‘AvengersHe also has a track record in the music industry. Johansson made her singing debut in 2008 with her album ‘Anywhere I Lay May Head’, which has ten singles and you can find it on Spotify.

She is expecting her second child

As reported Page Six, Scarlett Johansson is expecting her second child, and the first with comedian Colin Jost; reason for which did not attend the premiere of ‘Black Widow‘in the Hamptons.

Scarlett’s baby is coming soon, I know she and Colin are delighted. She has kept a very low profile ”, expressed a source close to the actress for the aforementioned medium.

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5 things you probably didn’t know about Scarlett Johansson

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¡Al fin! After delaying its premiere date on more than one occasion due to the coronavirus pandemic, ‘Black Widow‘is now available in theaters, as well as on Disney +. Therefore, we show you five things you probably did not know about its protagonist, the great Scarlett Johansson.

Has a twin brother

Believe it or not, the actress of ‘Lucy‘has a twin brother, Hunter Johansson, who is also an actor. In fact, they both shared a scene on the tape. ‘Manny & Lo.‘, in 1996. In addition to Hunter, Scarlett has two older brothers, Vanessa and Adrian, and a half brother, Christian.

He auditioned for ‘Parent Trap

Can you imagine how it would have been ‘Parent Trap‘without Lindsay Lohan? Well then Scarlett Johansson auditioned to give life to the famous twins, Annie and Hallie, in the 1998 Disney children’s comedy, however, it was Lohan who got the lead.

They leaked her photos after being hacked in 2009

Scarlett Johansson is on the list of celebrities who have been hacked. In 2009, Intimate images of the actress were leaked online after her cell phone was hacked. Fortunately, the FBI managed to capture the person responsible, who received his well-deserved sentence.

These photographs They were originally sent to Ryan Reynolds, who was her husband at the time. Reynolds and Johansson were married for two years, but they decided to end their relationship and divorce in 2010 due to their “busy schedules”, although there are those who affirm that Blake Lively was behind that breakup.

View gallery

10 celebrities who were exposed by being hacked

Kylie Jenner

The youngest of the Jenners was a victim of hacking in 2017, when someone threatened her through her own Snapchat account with publishing her intimate photos.

Selena Gomez

In 2011 the singer was the victim of hacking in her social networks. The hacker was in charge of writing “Oh, yes JUSTIN BIEBER APESTAAAA” in the official Twitter account of the actress.

Scarlett Johansson

In 2011, the actress was hacked by Christopher Chaney, who was in charge of sharing intimate images of Johansson. Chaney pleaded guilty, facing 10 years in prison.

Jennifer Lawrence

In 2014 photographs where the actress goes out without a single garment on top were published on the site ‘4Chan’. George Garafano pleaded guilty and faced eight months in prison.

Kate Upton

Like Lawrence, intimate photos of the model were also posted on the now closed site ‘4Chan’.

Rihanna

Lawrence and Upton were not the only ones affected by the site ‘4Chan’, because in this, they also uploaded private photographs of the interpreter of ‘Diamonds’.

Sofia Vergara

A year ago, the Colombian’s Instagram account was hacked, which is why her feed was full of false giveaways.

Mila Kunis

Ashton Kutcher’s wife was hacked in 2011, and although they did not publish private information about the actress, photos of Justin Timberlake without a shirt came out from her cell phone.

Demi Lovato

The former Disney star was involved in controversy when, in 2014, she was hacked and images of her and her ex-partner, Wilmer Valderrama, were published on her Twitter account in private.

Emma watson

In 2017, several photographs, where the actress appeared changing clothes due to a wardrobe test, were stolen from Watson’s cell phone.

His musical career

Scarlett not only does he have acting skills, Well, the actress of ‘AvengersHe also has a track record in the music industry. Johansson made her singing debut in 2008 with her album ‘Anywhere I Lay May Head’, which has ten singles and you can find it on Spotify.

She is expecting her second child

As reported Page Six, Scarlett Johansson is expecting her second child, and the first with comedian Colin Jost; reason for which did not attend the premiere of ‘Black Widow‘in the Hamptons.

Scarlett’s baby is coming soon, I know she and Colin are delighted. She has kept a very low profile ”, expressed a source close to the actress for the aforementioned medium.

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5 things you probably didn’t know about Scarlett Johansson

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In October 2018, American actress Selma Blair revealed that she suffers from multiple sclerosis and offered a vision of his life with the disease.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system), causing serious damage to people’s quality of life.

“I’m incapacitated. I fall down sometimes. I drop things. My memory is blurry. And my left side is asking for directions from a broken GPS. But we are succeeding. And I laugh and I don’t know exactly what I will do, but I will do my best, ”he wrote at the time.

Almost three years after that, the interpreter released her documentary Introducing, Selma Blair, about his inspiring battle, at the SXSW 2021 festival, which he attended BioBioChile.

“This is what happens that I do not want people to see,” says Blair during an interview that appears in the film and in which his speech and movement problems are evident.

The film also shows the day to day of the actress and how the disease progresses, as we remember that one of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis is Spasmodic dysphonia, a neurological disease that occurs as a consequence of the alteration in laryngeal motor control and that causes difficulty in speaking.

Many of the images are personal files of the actress, taken with her phone, mixed with other professionals.

“The documentary is difficult to see in those moments, as it happens in the scenes of the daily video recorded with the actress’ phone, while she lies crying and prostrate in bed, her body is a shudder of frozen pain,” said the magazine Variety.

“Selma says at the beginning of the movie, ‘Now I just want to be a better person.’ The way she is a better person is really serving the world, sharing what is happening with specificity and honesty, “assured director Rachel Fleit to the Deadline portal.

“I think the comments and the people who say to her, ‘You’re so honest about what you’re going through, and that’s helping me too,’ were the fuel that kept her going through really, really tough times,” she added.

The documentary will be released later this year in Discovery +, and delves into the physical and emotional journey of the actress from the time she received the diagnosis to the care of her young son, through the stem cell transplant that she underwent to slow the progress of the disease.

“Everyone I interviewed about Selma said that she is the type of person who would do (the transplant) if it meant that she was going to be a little better every day and be there for her son,” Fleit said. And I really saw that in her. She is a person who will just do it, ”he added.

Blair said she started having symptoms after the birth of her son in 2011, and did her best to manage the intense fatigue, emotional distress and loss of physical control that the illness brought with it. But it was not formally diagnosed until August 2018.

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In October 2018, American actress Selma Blair revealed that she suffers from multiple sclerosis and offered a vision of his life with the disease.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system), causing serious damage to people’s quality of life.

“I’m incapacitated. I fall down sometimes. I drop things. My memory is blurry. And my left side is asking for directions from a broken GPS. But we are succeeding. And I laugh and I don’t know exactly what I will do, but I will do my best, ”he wrote at the time.

Almost three years after that, the interpreter released her documentary Introducing, Selma Blair, about his inspiring battle, at the SXSW 2021 festival, which he attended BioBioChile.

“This is what happens that I do not want people to see,” says Blair during an interview that appears in the film and in which his speech and movement problems are evident.

The film also shows the day to day of the actress and how the disease progresses, as we remember that one of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis is Spasmodic dysphonia, a neurological disease that occurs as a consequence of the alteration in laryngeal motor control and that causes difficulty in speaking.

Many of the images are personal files of the actress, taken with her phone, mixed with other professionals.

“The documentary is difficult to see in those moments, as it happens in the scenes of the daily video recorded with the actress’ phone, while she lies crying and prostrate in bed, her body is a shudder of frozen pain,” said the magazine Variety.

“Selma says at the beginning of the movie, ‘Now I just want to be a better person.’ The way she is a better person is really serving the world, sharing what is happening with specificity and honesty, “assured director Rachel Fleit to the Deadline portal.

“I think the comments and the people who say to her, ‘You’re so honest about what you’re going through, and that’s helping me too,’ were the fuel that kept her going through really, really tough times,” she added.

The documentary will be released later this year in Discovery +, and delves into the physical and emotional journey of the actress from the time she received the diagnosis to the care of her young son, through the stem cell transplant that she underwent to slow the progress of the disease.

“Everyone I interviewed about Selma said that she is the type of person who would do (the transplant) if it meant that she was going to be a little better every day and be there for her son,” Fleit said. And I really saw that in her. She is a person who will just do it, ”he added.

Blair said she started having symptoms after the birth of her son in 2011, and did her best to manage the intense fatigue, emotional distress and loss of physical control that the illness brought with it. But it was not formally diagnosed until August 2018.

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“This is what happens”: documentary shows Selma Blair’s heartbreaking fight against sclerosis | TV and Show

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THE FASHION RAPPER

From overnight, Lil Nas X went from being a simple kid uploading songs to Soundcloud for fun to becoming a worldwide star with the premiere of MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name). The American rapper has a controversial career and many successes behind him.

Lil Nas X It has proven that it is the embodiment of the music of a generation. At 22, the American singer has become one of the best known internationally, starring in one of the songs of this 2021: MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name).

However, the success of the young Montero Lamar Hill It has a real explanation: being at the right time and in the right place to reach the top. The artist has known how to get the best of himself to be liked and how to exploit the networks in his favor to become a authentic social and LGBT icon.

The story of his name

Born in 1999 in Atlanta (Georgia), Montero Lamar Hill, known as Lil Nas X, comes from a family of british origin by father and Dominican by Mother.

Despite this, his name is out of the ordinary. Baptized as Montero, the true story behind his name is very funny: it is a tribute to Mitshubishi Montero, the dream car her mother never owned.

The humble origin of their parents never allowed them to have luxuries and this fantastic japanese off-road Nor was it an exception in the life of the American singer.

Who is Yai Ariza, Lil Nas X’s ex-boyfriend?

Lil Nas X has become a real LGBT phenomenon thanks to their interactions on social networks. The singer he has never hidden his homosexuality And, in fact, he has regularly bragged about his sexual orientation, especially in the video clips of his songs, where he does not cut a hair.

But if someone is talking about at this time it is Yai Ariza, the boy she has related to Lil Nas X in these lasts months. Of Colombian origin, this professional dancer shared a intense kiss with the rapper during his performance at the BET Awards.

In fact, Yai Ariza is also the co-star of one of the singer’s latest music videos, That’s What I Want, where both appear kissing fiercely in a high school locker room.

Lil Nas X and Yai Ariza in the video for ‘That’s What I Want’. // Columbia

Until now, the singer had never spoken of him as his partner, but, after their breakup, Lil Nas X has revealed that they were a couple for a few months: “We were dating and we’re still on great terms. You know? It is possible that we will go out again, I am sure, “he reiterated, assuring that he loved him and that he was incredible.

Although the relationship seemed to be serious, and the singer made it clear when he first spoke about his partner in Variety magazine, everything seems to have gone wrong. The reason? The musical career of the American singer, who has ensured that right now he is at a time when he wants to “focus” on his music.

The viral challenge that made him famous

Lil Nas X has proven that when you push yourself, luck can really be on your side. That’s what happened to Old Town Road, the song that launched him to stardom thanks to a viral challenge.

This first release came when the singer was a complete stranger. However, he was very cunning to take advantage of the social networks of our time, presenting his topic thanks to memes and publications on many pages such as Reddit.

Still, his big break didn’t come until he decided share this topic on Tik Tok, whose peak moment had just arrived and even more so if we talk about dances and songs. Through the application, Montero uploaded this topic along with the hashtag #YeehawChallenge with a country choreography, which ended up going viral and being imitated by many users.

Soon after, in 2019, the song entered the top Hot Country Songs de Billboard, a true milestone for a singer completely unknown within the industry. Over time, his song ended up being disqualified from this list for not meeting all the requirements, but until then he had already managed to reach number 19.

Without practically realizing it, Old Town Road It ended up being covered by a lot of artists and even Billy Ray Cyrus participated in the remix of the song, silencing the controversy that the song really wasn’t country. This remix was so successful that it ended up reaching the number one on the Hot 100 Billboard for 17 weeks, in addition to being awarded 14 platinum records.

The success of his first album

A little less than two months ago, Lil Nas X surprised the world with MONTERO, an album that broke with everything heard so far, generating a new paradigm for urban music.

This album, born in full confinement, has been a true resurgence of the Atlanta artist, who took advantage of the release of Montero (Call Me By Your Name) to set the precedents for what his music would be up to now. A new artist who arrives at the perfect time to show us a new idea of ​​music.

We wish to thank the author of this write-up for this remarkable material

Who is Lil Nas X: his age, his known ex-boyfriend, the story of his name and the viral challenge that launched him to fame

" } ["summary"]=> string(780) "THE FASHION RAPPER From overnight, Lil Nas X went from being a simple kid uploading songs to Soundcloud for fun to becoming a worldwide star with the premiere of MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name). The American rapper has a controversial career and many successes behind him. Lil Nas X It has proven that it ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(8411) "
THE FASHION RAPPER

From overnight, Lil Nas X went from being a simple kid uploading songs to Soundcloud for fun to becoming a worldwide star with the premiere of MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name). The American rapper has a controversial career and many successes behind him.

Lil Nas X It has proven that it is the embodiment of the music of a generation. At 22, the American singer has become one of the best known internationally, starring in one of the songs of this 2021: MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name).

However, the success of the young Montero Lamar Hill It has a real explanation: being at the right time and in the right place to reach the top. The artist has known how to get the best of himself to be liked and how to exploit the networks in his favor to become a authentic social and LGBT icon.

The story of his name

Born in 1999 in Atlanta (Georgia), Montero Lamar Hill, known as Lil Nas X, comes from a family of british origin by father and Dominican by Mother.

Despite this, his name is out of the ordinary. Baptized as Montero, the true story behind his name is very funny: it is a tribute to Mitshubishi Montero, the dream car her mother never owned.

The humble origin of their parents never allowed them to have luxuries and this fantastic japanese off-road Nor was it an exception in the life of the American singer.

Who is Yai Ariza, Lil Nas X’s ex-boyfriend?

Lil Nas X has become a real LGBT phenomenon thanks to their interactions on social networks. The singer he has never hidden his homosexuality And, in fact, he has regularly bragged about his sexual orientation, especially in the video clips of his songs, where he does not cut a hair.

But if someone is talking about at this time it is Yai Ariza, the boy she has related to Lil Nas X in these lasts months. Of Colombian origin, this professional dancer shared a intense kiss with the rapper during his performance at the BET Awards.

In fact, Yai Ariza is also the co-star of one of the singer’s latest music videos, That’s What I Want, where both appear kissing fiercely in a high school locker room.

Lil Nas X and Yai Ariza in the video for ‘That’s What I Want’. // Columbia

Until now, the singer had never spoken of him as his partner, but, after their breakup, Lil Nas X has revealed that they were a couple for a few months: “We were dating and we’re still on great terms. You know? It is possible that we will go out again, I am sure, “he reiterated, assuring that he loved him and that he was incredible.

Although the relationship seemed to be serious, and the singer made it clear when he first spoke about his partner in Variety magazine, everything seems to have gone wrong. The reason? The musical career of the American singer, who has ensured that right now he is at a time when he wants to “focus” on his music.

The viral challenge that made him famous

Lil Nas X has proven that when you push yourself, luck can really be on your side. That’s what happened to Old Town Road, the song that launched him to stardom thanks to a viral challenge.

This first release came when the singer was a complete stranger. However, he was very cunning to take advantage of the social networks of our time, presenting his topic thanks to memes and publications on many pages such as Reddit.

Still, his big break didn’t come until he decided share this topic on Tik Tok, whose peak moment had just arrived and even more so if we talk about dances and songs. Through the application, Montero uploaded this topic along with the hashtag #YeehawChallenge with a country choreography, which ended up going viral and being imitated by many users.

Soon after, in 2019, the song entered the top Hot Country Songs de Billboard, a true milestone for a singer completely unknown within the industry. Over time, his song ended up being disqualified from this list for not meeting all the requirements, but until then he had already managed to reach number 19.

Without practically realizing it, Old Town Road It ended up being covered by a lot of artists and even Billy Ray Cyrus participated in the remix of the song, silencing the controversy that the song really wasn’t country. This remix was so successful that it ended up reaching the number one on the Hot 100 Billboard for 17 weeks, in addition to being awarded 14 platinum records.

The success of his first album

A little less than two months ago, Lil Nas X surprised the world with MONTERO, an album that broke with everything heard so far, generating a new paradigm for urban music.

This album, born in full confinement, has been a true resurgence of the Atlanta artist, who took advantage of the release of Montero (Call Me By Your Name) to set the precedents for what his music would be up to now. A new artist who arrives at the perfect time to show us a new idea of ​​music.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638642585) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(136) "The Belgians abroad: defeat at the end of the match for Chelsea and Lukaku, Divock Origi offers victory in the last seconds to Liverpool" ["link"]=> string(170) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/the-belgians-abroad-defeat-at-the-end-of-the-match-for-chelsea-and-lukaku-divock-origi-offers-victory-in-the-last-seconds-to-liverpool/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(8) "Tim Hall" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Dec 2021 18:28:18 +0000" ["category"]=> string(70) "SportBelgiansChelseadefeatDivockLiverpoolLukakumatchoffersOrigivictory" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8137" ["description"]=> string(809) "Loss at the end of the match for Chelsea and Lukaku Chelsea and Romelu Lukaku, for 45 minutes, lost 3-2 at West Ham on Matchday 15 of the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. The Blues remain stuck at 33 points and could see Manchester City grab first place if they win at Watford. On the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5811) "

Loss at the end of the match for Chelsea and Lukaku

Chelsea and Romelu Lukaku, for 45 minutes, lost 3-2 at West Ham on Matchday 15 of the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. The Blues remain stuck at 33 points and could see Manchester City grab first place if they win at Watford. On the bench for the third time in a row in the league since his return from injury, Romelu Lukaku has enjoyed more playing time than in the two previous meetings (9 and 22 minutes), since he entered mid- time. Les Bleues lead 1-2 when the Dibale Rouge came into play. Thiago Silva opened the scoring shortly before the half-hour mark (28th, 0-1), before West Ham re-established the tie at 5 minutes from the break by Manuel Lanzini, following a fault by goalkeeper Edouard Mendy (40th, 1-1). Chelsea regained the advantage just before half-time with a superb volley from the inside of the right foot in the rectangle of Mason Mount on a long pass from Hakim Ziyech (44th, 1-2).

Returning from the locker room, the Hammers were soon to once again pick up the score through Jarrod Bowen, author of a left foot strike at the entrance to the rectangle (56th, 2-2). Coming up in stoppage time in the first half, Arthur Masuaku would offer the victory to West Ham a few minutes from the end of the game. On the left side, the Congolese tried his luck and his sending was deflected by Ruben Loftus-Cheek before going to lodge in the nets of Edouard Mendy (87th, 3-2).

Koen Casteels still absent in the ranks of Wolfsburg

Wolsfburg still had to do without the services of his goalkeeper and captain Koen Casteels during his trip to Mainz on Saturday at 3.30 p.m. in the Bundesliga. The Red Devil is recovering from a coronavirus infection that the club made known on October 22. The return date of the porter is currently unknown. The absence of Casteels benefits the reservist Pavao Pervan who will defend the cages of the Wolves for the third consecutive time after the defeats against Sevilla in the Champions League (2-0) and against Dortmund in the league (1-3).

Koen Casteels had tested positive for the coronavirus after the international truce with Belgium in mid-November. He was not the only one to have been infected, since Kevin De Bruyne and Thorgan Hazard had also tested positive.

First goal of the season for Alexis Saelemaekers and victory for AC Milan

Alexis Saelemaekers stood out on Saturday in AC Milan’s 2-0 victory over Salernitana for Matchday 16 of Serie A. The Red Devil scored his first goal of the season by doubling the bet for the Rossoneri in the 18th minute of play. This victory allows the Milanese, 38 points, to temporarily take two lengths ahead of Naples. On the bench last December 1 during the victory against Genoa by Zinho Vanheusden (0-3), Alexis Saelemaekers agreed with his coach to start him again against Salernitana.

Author of two assists in the league since the start of the season, the Red Devil has finally opened his goal counter by planting the second rose of his family after a little over a quarter of an hour. Located on the right side of the large rectangle, the former Anderlecht player stared at his defender before sending the left ball out of reach of the goalkeeper (18th, 2-0). He put the Rossoneri on a roll after opening the scoring very early in the meeting with Franck Kessié (5th, 1-0).

Divock Origi delivers victory in the dying seconds to Liverpool

Liverpool took full advantage of Chelsea’s defeat by winning 0-1 on Wolverhampton’s lawn on Saturday for the 15th day of the championship. The only goal of the match was scored by Divock Origi in the last moments of the match (90 + 6). Thanks to this precious success, Liverpool temporarily takes the lead in the championship with 34 points, a step ahead of Chelsea. On the bench early in the match, Divock Origi came into play in the 68th minute. A choice that paid off for Jürgen Klopp, since the Red Devil offered victory to his people thanks to a service from Mohamed Salah allowing the former Genk to score his second goal of the season (90 + 6).

At the same time, Brighton and Leandro Trossard lost 1-0 on the Southampton lawn. The only goal of the game was scored by Albanian Armando Broja at the half hour mark.

Yorbe Vertessen and PSV easy winners of Utrecht

With Yorbe Vertessen just over 20 minutes, PSV Eindhoven easily won 4-1 on Saturday against Utrecht on Matchday 15 of Eredivisie. With 34 points, PSV are second, two lengths behind Ajax Amsterdam. Quickly led by a goal from Mike van der Hoorn (12th, 0-1), PSV did not leave Utrecht any chance. Cody Gakpo first equalized (27th, 1-1), before André Ramalho (35th, 2-1) gave his team the advantage.

In the second half, Ritsu Doan (51st, 3-1) and Philipp Mwene (70th, 4-1) gave the score its final pace. Yorbe Vertessen entered the game in the 67th minute, replacing the first scorer of the day for PSV.

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The Belgians abroad: defeat at the end of the match for Chelsea and Lukaku, Divock Origi offers victory in the last seconds to Liverpool

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Loss at the end of the match for Chelsea and Lukaku

Chelsea and Romelu Lukaku, for 45 minutes, lost 3-2 at West Ham on Matchday 15 of the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. The Blues remain stuck at 33 points and could see Manchester City grab first place if they win at Watford. On the bench for the third time in a row in the league since his return from injury, Romelu Lukaku has enjoyed more playing time than in the two previous meetings (9 and 22 minutes), since he entered mid- time. Les Bleues lead 1-2 when the Dibale Rouge came into play. Thiago Silva opened the scoring shortly before the half-hour mark (28th, 0-1), before West Ham re-established the tie at 5 minutes from the break by Manuel Lanzini, following a fault by goalkeeper Edouard Mendy (40th, 1-1). Chelsea regained the advantage just before half-time with a superb volley from the inside of the right foot in the rectangle of Mason Mount on a long pass from Hakim Ziyech (44th, 1-2).

Returning from the locker room, the Hammers were soon to once again pick up the score through Jarrod Bowen, author of a left foot strike at the entrance to the rectangle (56th, 2-2). Coming up in stoppage time in the first half, Arthur Masuaku would offer the victory to West Ham a few minutes from the end of the game. On the left side, the Congolese tried his luck and his sending was deflected by Ruben Loftus-Cheek before going to lodge in the nets of Edouard Mendy (87th, 3-2).

Koen Casteels still absent in the ranks of Wolfsburg

Wolsfburg still had to do without the services of his goalkeeper and captain Koen Casteels during his trip to Mainz on Saturday at 3.30 p.m. in the Bundesliga. The Red Devil is recovering from a coronavirus infection that the club made known on October 22. The return date of the porter is currently unknown. The absence of Casteels benefits the reservist Pavao Pervan who will defend the cages of the Wolves for the third consecutive time after the defeats against Sevilla in the Champions League (2-0) and against Dortmund in the league (1-3).

Koen Casteels had tested positive for the coronavirus after the international truce with Belgium in mid-November. He was not the only one to have been infected, since Kevin De Bruyne and Thorgan Hazard had also tested positive.

First goal of the season for Alexis Saelemaekers and victory for AC Milan

Alexis Saelemaekers stood out on Saturday in AC Milan’s 2-0 victory over Salernitana for Matchday 16 of Serie A. The Red Devil scored his first goal of the season by doubling the bet for the Rossoneri in the 18th minute of play. This victory allows the Milanese, 38 points, to temporarily take two lengths ahead of Naples. On the bench last December 1 during the victory against Genoa by Zinho Vanheusden (0-3), Alexis Saelemaekers agreed with his coach to start him again against Salernitana.

Author of two assists in the league since the start of the season, the Red Devil has finally opened his goal counter by planting the second rose of his family after a little over a quarter of an hour. Located on the right side of the large rectangle, the former Anderlecht player stared at his defender before sending the left ball out of reach of the goalkeeper (18th, 2-0). He put the Rossoneri on a roll after opening the scoring very early in the meeting with Franck Kessié (5th, 1-0).

Divock Origi delivers victory in the dying seconds to Liverpool

Liverpool took full advantage of Chelsea’s defeat by winning 0-1 on Wolverhampton’s lawn on Saturday for the 15th day of the championship. The only goal of the match was scored by Divock Origi in the last moments of the match (90 + 6). Thanks to this precious success, Liverpool temporarily takes the lead in the championship with 34 points, a step ahead of Chelsea. On the bench early in the match, Divock Origi came into play in the 68th minute. A choice that paid off for Jürgen Klopp, since the Red Devil offered victory to his people thanks to a service from Mohamed Salah allowing the former Genk to score his second goal of the season (90 + 6).

At the same time, Brighton and Leandro Trossard lost 1-0 on the Southampton lawn. The only goal of the game was scored by Albanian Armando Broja at the half hour mark.

Yorbe Vertessen and PSV easy winners of Utrecht

With Yorbe Vertessen just over 20 minutes, PSV Eindhoven easily won 4-1 on Saturday against Utrecht on Matchday 15 of Eredivisie. With 34 points, PSV are second, two lengths behind Ajax Amsterdam. Quickly led by a goal from Mike van der Hoorn (12th, 0-1), PSV did not leave Utrecht any chance. Cody Gakpo first equalized (27th, 1-1), before André Ramalho (35th, 2-1) gave his team the advantage.

In the second half, Ritsu Doan (51st, 3-1) and Philipp Mwene (70th, 4-1) gave the score its final pace. Yorbe Vertessen entered the game in the 67th minute, replacing the first scorer of the day for PSV.

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The Belgians abroad: defeat at the end of the match for Chelsea and Lukaku, Divock Origi offers victory in the last seconds to Liverpool

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638642498) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(39) "France evacuates 258 Afghans from Kabul" ["link"]=> string(75) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/france-evacuates-258-afghans-from-kabul/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Susan Qnenly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Dec 2021 18:26:43 +0000" ["category"]=> string(37) "World NewsAfghansevacuatesFranceKabul" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8131" ["description"]=> string(637) "France evacuated 258 Afghans from Kabul to Doha, Qatar, French diplomacy announced on Friday (December 3), without specifying when this operation took place. It’s about people “Particularly threatened because of their commitments, especially journalists, or their link with France, including former civilian local recruiting staff of our armies (PCRL)”, clarified a press release from the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4653) "

France evacuated 258 Afghans from Kabul to Doha, Qatar, French diplomacy announced on Friday (December 3), without specifying when this operation took place. It’s about people “Particularly threatened because of their commitments, especially journalists, or their link with France, including former civilian local recruiting staff of our armies (PCRL)”, clarified a press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. They will soon be repatriated to France.

“I thank Qatar for the role it has played since the start of the crisis and which has made it possible to organize several evacuations”said Emmanuel Macron, who met with Qatari Head of State Sheikh Tamim Ben Hamad Al Thani on Friday evening on the second day of his Gulf tour.

Eleven French and sixty Dutch and their dependents were also evacuated by the flight chartered by Paris. “Since September 10, 110 French people and their dependents as well as 396 Afghans to be placed in protection have been evacuated on ten separate flights organized by Qatar”, adds the statement, where the emirate is “Strongly” thanked for his “Decisive help in the planning and execution of these complex operations”.

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Medical equipment and food transported to Kabul

Since the capture of Kabul in August by the Taliban and the departure of the Americans, many countries have evacuated their nationals, as well as Afghans particularly threatened for having served foreign interests in recent years.

The French president also specified that a reflection was underway so that several European countries jointly open a representation site in Kabul after the departure of the ambassadors.

The fate of the employees of the French army during its operations in the country has been the subject of many controversies for years. Some voices accuse France of having failed in its duty to protect by refusing to grant them visas. From 2001 to 2014, 770 PCRLs collaborated with the French army as interpreters, drivers or domestic workers in Afghanistan.

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In addition, in a joint statement with the Doha authorities, Paris says it has sent some “Forty tons of medical equipment, food and winter supplies for international organizations in Afghanistan”.

French aid, consisting mainly of medical equipment intended for the French Medical Institute for Mother and Child in Kabul, was transported to Afghanistan via a military flight provided by Qatar.

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France evacuates 258 Afghans from Kabul

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France evacuated 258 Afghans from Kabul to Doha, Qatar, French diplomacy announced on Friday (December 3), without specifying when this operation took place. It’s about people “Particularly threatened because of their commitments, especially journalists, or their link with France, including former civilian local recruiting staff of our armies (PCRL)”, clarified a press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. They will soon be repatriated to France.

“I thank Qatar for the role it has played since the start of the crisis and which has made it possible to organize several evacuations”said Emmanuel Macron, who met with Qatari Head of State Sheikh Tamim Ben Hamad Al Thani on Friday evening on the second day of his Gulf tour.

Eleven French and sixty Dutch and their dependents were also evacuated by the flight chartered by Paris. “Since September 10, 110 French people and their dependents as well as 396 Afghans to be placed in protection have been evacuated on ten separate flights organized by Qatar”, adds the statement, where the emirate is “Strongly” thanked for his “Decisive help in the planning and execution of these complex operations”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Doha, the Taliban in search of dialogue with the West

Medical equipment and food transported to Kabul

Since the capture of Kabul in August by the Taliban and the departure of the Americans, many countries have evacuated their nationals, as well as Afghans particularly threatened for having served foreign interests in recent years.

The French president also specified that a reflection was underway so that several European countries jointly open a representation site in Kabul after the departure of the ambassadors.

The fate of the employees of the French army during its operations in the country has been the subject of many controversies for years. Some voices accuse France of having failed in its duty to protect by refusing to grant them visas. From 2001 to 2014, 770 PCRLs collaborated with the French army as interpreters, drivers or domestic workers in Afghanistan.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Kabul-Laon, one-way ticket for Afghan translators in the French army

In addition, in a joint statement with the Doha authorities, Paris says it has sent some “Forty tons of medical equipment, food and winter supplies for international organizations in Afghanistan”.

French aid, consisting mainly of medical equipment intended for the French Medical Institute for Mother and Child in Kabul, was transported to Afghanistan via a military flight provided by Qatar.

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The World with AFP

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France evacuates 258 Afghans from Kabul

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638642403) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(44) "Czech dissident and journalist Petr Uhl dead" ["link"]=> string(80) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/czech-dissident-and-journalist-petr-uhl-dead/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Paula Hooper" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Dec 2021 18:20:16 +0000" ["category"]=> string(43) "MagazineCzechDeaddissidentjournalistPetrUhl" ["guid"]=> string(42) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=8125" ["description"]=> string(577) "Former dissident, deputy, then commissioner for human rights, Petr Uhl will devote his life to the defense of human and minority rights. Here, November 11, 2009. RENE VOLFAK / AP Young Czechoslovak teacher passing through Paris, Petr Uhl had acquired a taste for revolution in the effervescence of May 68. This taste must have cost ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4836) "

Young Czechoslovak teacher passing through Paris, Petr Uhl had acquired a taste for revolution in the effervescence of May 68. This taste must have cost him dearly: back in Prague, a fight lasting two decades, interspersed with long stays in prison, was waiting for him before being able to find, in 1989, this freedom to which he so valued. Left dissident, companion of Vaclav Havel, journalist, francophile, Petr Uhl died on 1is December in Prague, at the age of 80.

Born October 8, 1941 in the Czechoslovak capital, he obtained an engineering degree in 1963 and opted for education. As a student, he had met Alain Krivine in Moscow at the International Youth Festival and befriended him during a trip to Paris; “It is in this milieu of the far left, he will tell the World, that my political opinions have been forged. “ Petr Uhl created the Revolutionary Youth Movement, which earned him his first arrest in 1969, in full normalization after the Soviet intervention which had crushed the “Prague Spring”; he is sentenced to four years in prison.

The creation of Charter 77 and VONS

He continued to fight after his detention and organized, with the playwright Vaclav Havel and a few other dissidents, Charter 77, around which the opposition to the communist regime was to crystallize. He published an underground bulletin and also co-founded the VONS, Committee for the Defense of Unjustly Prosecuted Persons. Petr Uhl was arrested again in 1979, along with Havel, Jiri Dienstbier and Vaclav Benda, companions of Charter 77. This time it will be for five years.

The country they find on leaving is hard. Havel, Uhl, Dientsbier and their dissident friends are isolated, ostracized, constantly watched. In front of the building that houses the apartment where Petr Uhl lives, in the center of Prague, with his wife Anna Sabatova – daughter of Jaroslav Sabata, figure of the “Prague Spring”, she is also an activist of Charter 77 – and their children, cameras record their comings and goings and those of their visitors. Because in this silent country, the door of Petr Uhl and Anna Sabatova remains courageously open to those who need help or to journalists from abroad. Perfect French-speaking, Petr Uhl, lively, warm and welcoming, never shies away from his creaky humor, even at the darkest moments.

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The fall of the regime is slower in Prague than in Warsaw

The Czechoslovak glacis finally began to crack in 1988, as Poland and Hungary launched the final assault on the Soviet empire. On December 9, 1988, President François Mitterrand came on an official visit to Prague and took the unprecedented initiative of inviting a group of dissidents to a breakfast at the French Embassy, ​​thus showing invaluable support for this democratic opposition; Petr Uhl is there, alongside Havel and Dientsbier.

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Czech dissident and journalist Petr Uhl dead

" } ["summary"]=> string(577) "Former dissident, deputy, then commissioner for human rights, Petr Uhl will devote his life to the defense of human and minority rights. Here, November 11, 2009. RENE VOLFAK / AP Young Czechoslovak teacher passing through Paris, Petr Uhl had acquired a taste for revolution in the effervescence of May 68. This taste must have cost ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4836) "

Young Czechoslovak teacher passing through Paris, Petr Uhl had acquired a taste for revolution in the effervescence of May 68. This taste must have cost him dearly: back in Prague, a fight lasting two decades, interspersed with long stays in prison, was waiting for him before being able to find, in 1989, this freedom to which he so valued. Left dissident, companion of Vaclav Havel, journalist, francophile, Petr Uhl died on 1is December in Prague, at the age of 80.

Born October 8, 1941 in the Czechoslovak capital, he obtained an engineering degree in 1963 and opted for education. As a student, he had met Alain Krivine in Moscow at the International Youth Festival and befriended him during a trip to Paris; “It is in this milieu of the far left, he will tell the World, that my political opinions have been forged. “ Petr Uhl created the Revolutionary Youth Movement, which earned him his first arrest in 1969, in full normalization after the Soviet intervention which had crushed the “Prague Spring”; he is sentenced to four years in prison.

The creation of Charter 77 and VONS

He continued to fight after his detention and organized, with the playwright Vaclav Havel and a few other dissidents, Charter 77, around which the opposition to the communist regime was to crystallize. He published an underground bulletin and also co-founded the VONS, Committee for the Defense of Unjustly Prosecuted Persons. Petr Uhl was arrested again in 1979, along with Havel, Jiri Dienstbier and Vaclav Benda, companions of Charter 77. This time it will be for five years.

The country they find on leaving is hard. Havel, Uhl, Dientsbier and their dissident friends are isolated, ostracized, constantly watched. In front of the building that houses the apartment where Petr Uhl lives, in the center of Prague, with his wife Anna Sabatova – daughter of Jaroslav Sabata, figure of the “Prague Spring”, she is also an activist of Charter 77 – and their children, cameras record their comings and goings and those of their visitors. Because in this silent country, the door of Petr Uhl and Anna Sabatova remains courageously open to those who need help or to journalists from abroad. Perfect French-speaking, Petr Uhl, lively, warm and welcoming, never shies away from his creaky humor, even at the darkest moments.

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The fall of the regime is slower in Prague than in Warsaw

The Czechoslovak glacis finally began to crack in 1988, as Poland and Hungary launched the final assault on the Soviet empire. On December 9, 1988, President François Mitterrand came on an official visit to Prague and took the unprecedented initiative of inviting a group of dissidents to a breakfast at the French Embassy, ​​thus showing invaluable support for this democratic opposition; Petr Uhl is there, alongside Havel and Dientsbier.

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Czech dissident and journalist Petr Uhl dead

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