'We did our part': The overlooked role women played in the Capitol riot
With women making up 14% of recent arrests related to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, experts warn that the role women play in terrorism has been drastically underestimated. "We broke into the Capitol … we got inside, we did our part," Dawn Bancroft said into her cell phone camera while standing next to Diana Santos-Smith, both of them wearing "Make America Great Again" hats. Referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Bancroft added: "We were looking for Nancy to shoot her in the friggin' brain, but we didn't find her," according to federal prosecutors.
© Alexis Huguet The President of the Congo Denis Sassou Nguesso (c) comes out of a polling station in Brazzaville on March 21, 2021
President Denis Sassou Nguesso, Proclaimed the winner of the presidential election in Congo, was invested Friday in Brazzaville for a fourth term, promising for about twenty African heads of state to defend the forest of the Congo basin, "African lung that brings the world".
At 77, of which soon 37 cumulated in power, Mr. Sassou was invested for a new five-year term at the head of Congo-Brazzaville, Central African countries rich in oil and wood, which extends to the Middle of forests and peatlands of the Congo basin.
Koh-Lanta. Three "All-Stars" candidates from Occitanie to the 20-year cast of the
emission © Philippe The Roux / Alp Denis Brogniart for nearly twenty years. The famous TV game of TF1, animated by Denis Brogniart, will celebrate its twenty years. For the occasion, the public will be able to appreciate a high-level cast with three candidates living in the region Occitania: Jade Handi, Ugo Lartiche and Teheiura Teahui. The edition will be broadcast in September 2021. The "Cream of Cream" , had promised Denis Brogniard on the waves of Europe 1.
has a little over six months of COP26 in Glasgow in November, the former officer promised to "give the Congo the global dimension it deserves in the protection of the environment and biodiversity".
"We will no longer say black Africa but green Africa," added the president of a country who receives as his neighbors aid from his partners in the name of the fight against global warming.
Inside, Mr. Sassou promised a "zero tolerance policy" with respect to misappropriations and illicit enrichment.
"I will be sure," insisted the president whose entourage was several times suspected by NGOs of Villas or luxury buildings abroad with diverted public funds.
Twenty African Heads of State made the displacement of Brazzaville for the investiture of "The Emperor" (nickname gave him Ivorian and Guinean presidents): those of Angola, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Equatorial Guinea, Liberia, Mauritania, Mali, Namibia, Niger, Senegal, Chad and Togo.
Capitol riot defendant will plead guilty, cooperate with government
Schaffer, who was seen on camera deploying chemical spray at officers, will admit to obstructing Congress' effort to certify the 2020 election results.The move from Schaffer came at an unannounced proceeding before U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta on Friday morning. Mehta acknowledged that the deal included a cooperation agreement. As part of the agreement, the Justice Department has agreed to sponsor Schaffer for the witness protection program.
Algeria, Cameroon, Gabon, Rwanda, South Africa have been represented by their prime ministers or senior manager for Mr. Sassou's investiture, involved in African mediations in conflict Regional (Libya, Central African Republic, DRC).
Resulting a campaign theme, the President promised an "agricultural revolution" to take out his country from his dependence on oil and imports.
Mr. Sassou Nguesso was elected at the election of March 21, compared to six adversaries, with 88.40% of votes, according to the results validated by the Constitutional Court.
Three of its opponents have filed remedies in annulment that have been rejected.
His main opponent, Guy-Brice Perfect Kolelas, died of COVID-19 the day after polling day, upon his arrival in France for sanitary evacuation.
Mr. Sassou is one of the deans of African heads of state in terms of longevity, behind his Cameroonian neighbor Paul Biya and the Equato-Guinean Teodoro Obiang Nguema.
Mr SASSSOU NGUESSO came to power in 1979 and led the country of an iron hand under the single party regime until 1992.
beat at the first pluralistic election in 1992, he returned to business in 1997 Following a bloody civil war that he won against President Pascal Lissouba's regime, thanks to the support of Angolan troops.
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