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lunedì 16 gennaio 2017

Un incontro emozionante. Diego Maradona ha incontrato ieri sera, dopo le prove dello spettacolo di stasera al San Carlo, Antonella Leardi. “Avevamo un abbraccio in sospeso da tre anni – ha spiegato la mamma di Ciro Esposito a radio Marte – da quando inviò al Policlinico Gemelli la sua maglia a Ciro che era ancora ricoverato.


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Pasquale Tina per repubblica.it

Un incontro emozionante. Diego Maradona ha incontrato ieri sera, dopo le prove dello spettacolo di stasera al San Carlo, Antonella Leardi.

“Avevamo un abbraccio in sospeso da tre anni – ha spiegato la mamma di
Ciro Esposito a radio Marte – da quando inviò al Policlinico Gemelli la sua maglia a Ciro che era ancora ricoverato.

ANTONELLA LEARDI CON CIRO ESPOSITOANTONELLA LEARDI CON CIRO ESPOSITO 
L’avrebbe ospitato a Dubai in caso di guarigione, ma purtroppo non è stato possibile. Ci tenevo a salutarlo. Maradona è un simbolo di Napoli. Tra l’altro il suo amore nei nostri confronti e non è mai terminato. Noi non dimentichiamo”.
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Aggiudicato. Il single più ambito del mondo dello spettacolo - Brad Pitt, chi altri sennò? - va a Kate Hudson, la figlia di Goldie Hawn, attrice di tante commedie romantiche. Le voci sul loro conto si rincorrono da settimane, tanto che a dicembre i giornali scandalistici avevano addirittura lanciato la notizia bomba di un figlio in arrivo. Ma se la cicogna per ora può attendere a spiccare il volo, questa mattina dall’Australia arriva la conferma: «Sì, è nata una nuova coppia».........


brad pitt ai golden globesBRAD PITT AI GOLDEN GLOBES
Lorenza Castagneri per www.lastampa.it

Aggiudicato. Il single più ambito del mondo dello spettacolo - Brad Pitt, chi altri sennò? - va a Kate Hudson, la figlia di Goldie Hawn, attrice di tante commedie romantiche. Le voci sul loro conto si rincorrono da settimane, tanto che a dicembre i giornali scandalistici avevano addirittura lanciato la notizia bomba di un figlio in arrivo. Ma se la cicogna per ora può attendere a spiccare il volo, questa mattina dall’Australia arriva la conferma: «Sì, è nata una nuova coppia».
kate hudson sul red carpetKATE HUDSON SUL RED CARPET

A parlarne agli amici, che, come da migliore tradizione, hanno subito spifferato tutto ai quattro venti, sarebbe stata proprio lei, 37 anni, mamma di due bambini, sola da tempo dopo la fine della sua storia con Matt Bellamy, il cantante dei Muse: «Ci siamo visti più di una volta da quando Brad è single».

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L’ultima occasione? La festa seguita alla consegna dei Golden Globe, dove l’ex marito di Angelina Jolie, ha fatto una apparizione a sorpresa - magrissimo e in smoking - ricevendo l’ovazione dei colleghi. Anche Kate Hudson era presente all’evento di gala fasciata in un abito color bronzo con una profondissima scollatura firmato da Roberto Cavalli.

kate hudson in quasi famosiKATE HUDSON IN QUASI FAMOSI
Decisamente un «dress to impress», come si dice in inglese, un vestito per impressionare. Chi? Gli esperti di cronaca rosa ne sono convinti: proprio lui, Brad Pitt. Nessuno è riuscito a immortalare i due attori insieme ma, secondo Yahoo, l’attrice sarebbe stata vista chiacchierare con Bryan Lourde, il manager del protagonista di “Sette anni in Tibet”, prima di scappare via dalla festa sulla stessa auto su cui prima se n’era andato Brad Pitt.

KATE HUDSONKATE HUDSON 
Se la storia venisse confermata, per la bionda figlia d’arte sarebbe un sogno che si realizza. Mesi fa, alla radio, Kate Hudson aveva detto di sognare un ragazzo «divertente e seducente». Poi, incalzata dall’intervistatore, ammetteva: «Sì, prendo Brad. È davvero molto bello». E ora anche un po’ più tranquillo: messe a tacere le voci di una liason con Marion Cotillard, al suo fianco nel film «Allied», in questi giorni al cinema, l’attore è riuscito a trovare un accordo con la ex Angelina Jolie sul loro divorzio. Il 2017 comincia nel migliore dei modi. Manca solo l’amore. O forse: mancava.



We live in dangerous times, where the behavior espoused by Obama and Clinton has been extremely dangerous, says former British ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray. Russian hackers have found themselves at the center of yet another controversy, thus helping to fuel the latest round Russophobia.......


‘Russophobic hysteria now backed up by massive US troop movements in Europe’


We live in dangerous times, where the behavior espoused by Obama and Clinton has been extremely dangerous, says former British ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray.
Russian hackers have found themselves at the center of yet another controversy, thus helping to fuel the latest round Russophobia.
A Russian-language version of a new, highly-anticipated episode of Sherlock was leaked online before its first official airing, leading to all sorts of conspiracies.
The BBC, which owns the rights to show Sherlock, says it will carry out a full investigation of the incident.
RT: What do you think of the claim that Russia keeps a dossier on key British MPs?
Craig Murray: It seems to me unlikely. Of course there are spies – all countries more or less have spies. Russia has spies, America has spies, Britain has spies. I suppose these people have to do something to justify their salaries and the enormous cost of their organization. There is a certain amount of nonsense that goes on. But I really don’t think that Russia spends a great deal of its time keeping dossiers on British politicians with incriminating photographs and that sort of thing. I think it is a very 1950’s idea.
RT:  Like in the hacking scandal, no real evidence has been put forward. Is it now acceptable to just forget about evidence?
CM: It seems quite remarkable the number of claims that we’ve seen. The so-called hacking scandal, then the wider claims from that absolutely unbelievable dossier apparently compiled by Christopher Steele about meetings where people can prove they were nowhere near the meeting; about people being sacked who weren’t sacked, and all kinds of absolutely fact-free nonsense, which the media then claims as unverifiable.
Actually, it was very verifiable – you could easily verify it wasn’t true. And now we have this stuff. I think anti-Russian stories using a secret source are going to be with us for some time. You’ve got to remember that the military and the security services have to justify their enormous budgets, and that is what this is all about.
'Dont Share it!’: Sherlock season 4 finale leaked online   https://on.rt.com/80dw 
RT: Is the worst of the hacking hysteria over now, do you think?
CM: Well, this is going to have to calm down though now, because eventually people will have to admit there is no evidence on this whatsoever, and in fact it didn’t happen. But the lack of evidence seems no barrier at all to the hysteria continuing. This sort of wave of Russophobic hysteria is something which we experienced once or twice during the Cold War at this kind of level, which I really believed the world had got over. And it is extremely sad to see it coming again when that is backed up by massive troop movements and tanks wheeling around, churning up fields all over the Europe. We live in dangerous times, where the behavior espoused by Obama and Clinton has been extremely dangerous.
RT: One could say this has all gone to make Russia's special services seem all powerful - is there now nothing the world they wouldn't put past the Russians?
CM: I used to be British Ambassador in Uzbekistan. Before I was British ambassador to Uzbekistan, I learned Russian living as a student in St. Petersburg for many months. And I was a senior British diplomat at that time. I should say I had an extremely active social life. If the Russian secret services were doing what they claimed, then they would have some amazing photos of me; in fact, I would like copies. But I never heard anything from them at all. I think the great deal of it is entirely fictitious.

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Blockades, demonstrations and an event billed as a ‘gay dance parade’ are being planned in an attempt to sabotage Donald Trump’s inauguration, as left-wing protesters look to up the ante in a day of civil disobedience against the US president-elect.........


Protests & ‘gay dance party’ planned to sabotage Trump inauguration


Blockades, demonstrations and an event billed as a ‘gay dance parade’ are being planned in an attempt to sabotage Donald Trump’s inauguration, as left-wing protesters look to up the ante in a day of civil disobedience against the US president-elect.
A group known as #DisruptJ20, the most active in the day of disruption, have called for those opposed to Trump to join their “bold mobilization” in Washington, DC, described as an attempt to “shut down the Inauguration ceremonies and any related celebrations.”
 isn't just about Trump, it's a rejection of the system that created Trump and what he represents http://buff.ly/2iskGkJ 
“If Trump is to be inaugurated at all, let it happen behind closed doors, showing the true face of the security state Trump will preside over,” the group said in its call for action.
Protesters are also planning a “Giant Queer Dance Party” at the home of Vice-President-elect Mike Pence in the days leading up to the inauguration.
“Get ready to WERK it and tell Daddy Pence: homo/transphobia is not tolerated in our country!” the call to action reads.
Trump has emboldened the ugliest, most hateful elements of society. Fight back, join the resistance! http://buff.ly/2iEcKy9 
Trump, known for his brash style, has become a figure of contempt for the US left-wing, vehemently opposed to the businessman-come-politician’s election to the White House.
“We would like the headline the next day to be ‘Donald Trump inaugurated amid complete chaos’, not ‘Donald Trump, inaugurated amid applause’,” #DisruptJ20 organizer Legba Carrefour told WJLA.
#DisruptJ20 plans to also hold unpermitted marches after failing to secure permits for all its planned events.
Other inauguration events arranged include ‘Occupy Inauguration’, with the group planning to march on Trump’s inauguration and hold a rally of speakers and music across Washington DC.
“We’re going to [be] blockading checkpoints into the security zones. We're also going to be blockading roads and other modes of transit into the city,” a female member of #DisruptJ20 was heard saying in audio acquired by Fox.
Trump supporters, including ‘Bikers for Trump’, plan to show their presence in the capitol in solidarity with the president-elect.
“I think it's important to show that he has not been fairly portrayed in the media and there are people that support him,”Charles Hale told WJLA.
The Bikers For Trump have a permit for the National Mall and will be very sad to find out that they won't be able to bring their bikes.
Hale is one of a group of bikers expected to rev their engines for Trump on the day of inauguration, driving from Baltimore to witness the event.
Presidential Inauguration guests using @Airbnb

'09: 200
'13: 1,300
'17: 15,000

(there are ~31k hotel rooms in DC)
Large crowds are expected in the city for Trump’s inauguration and the Women’s March the following day. Airbnb reported 15,000 bookings on its home-rental site, up from 1,300 in 2013.
Some 3,000 extra police officers and 5,000 members of the National Guard are being brought in to provide security at the event.

Wife of the Pulse nightclub attacker Omar Mateen was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice. The FBI concluded Noor Salman was not telling the truth about her husband’s plans for the June 2016 rampage. Mateen declared allegiance to Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS/ISIL) during the attack in which 49 people were killed and 53 injured at the Orlando, Florida gay nightclub. Mateen himself died in a shootout with police.....

FBI arrests wife of Orlando nightclub shooter


Wife of the Pulse nightclub attacker Omar Mateen was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice. The FBI concluded Noor Salman was not telling the truth about her husband’s plans for the June 2016 rampage.
Mateen declared allegiance to Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS/ISIL) during the attack in which 49 people were killed and 53 injured at the Orlando, Florida gay nightclub. Mateen himself died in a shootout with police.
Salman was arrested in San Francisco on Monday. She had moved several times since the shooting, citing hostility from the public.
“I just want people to know that I am human. I am a mother,” Salman told the New York Times in November, speaking to the media for the first time after the attack. “I was unaware of everything,” she said. “I don’t condone what he has done. I am very sorry for what has happened. He has hurt a lot of people. How can someone be capable of that?”
According to the investigators, however, Salman drove with her husband to Pulse on at least one occasion, and accompanied him to the St. Lucie Shooting Center, where he purchased the handgun and rifle used in the attack.
 the charges are obstruction of justice & aiding/abetting the attempted provision of material support to a foreign terrorist org.
Salman and Mateen met on an internet dating site in 2011, and have a 3-year-old son together. Mateen’s ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, said he had physically abused her during their brief four-month marriage in 2009.
“Nothing can erase the pain we all feel about the senseless and brutal murders of 49 of our neighbors, friends, family members and loved ones. But today, there is some relief in knowing that someone will be held accountable for that horrific crime,” Orlando Police Chief John Mina said, commenting on Salman’s arrest.
OPD @ChiefJohnMina Statement on @FBI arrest of wife of  shooter.

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Environmentalist groups are mobilizing against the Bayou Bridge pipeline in the swamps of southern Louisiana, seeking to repeat the success at Standing Rock, North Dakota. They are taking on the same company that is behind the Dakota Access Pipeline.


After Dakota Access victory, protesters take aim at Louisiana pipeline


Environmentalist groups are mobilizing against the Bayou Bridge pipeline in the swamps of southern Louisiana, seeking to repeat the success at Standing Rock, North Dakota. They are taking on the same company that is behind the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The extension, proposed in 2015, would link up the existing portion of the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) to refineries on the Gulf coast of Texas. If approved, it would run 176 miles across the Atchafalaya Basin, the largest natural swamp in the US.
Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind DAPL, seeks to begin construction on Bayou Bridge as early as March 2017, but just like in the case of Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, it requires a permit from the US Army Corps of Engineers first.
“We are a long way away from deciding whether or not to grant this permit,” ACE spokesperson Ricky Boyett told the Shreveport Times.
Meet the water protectors defending the bayou from the Dakota Access pipeline route http://thkpr.gs/842d603721ae 
According to the permit application, the pipeline would temporarily affect 171 acres of wetlands in the Atchafalaya watershed and result in the permanent loss of 77 acres.  If approved, the Bayou Bridge extension would cross 11 parishes, traversing 600 acres of wetlands and 700 bodies of water, including wells that supply drinking water to about 300,000 families.
Hundreds of local residents packed the Galvez office building in Baton Rouge, Louisiana last Thursday, for a public hearing on the pipeline extension. Proponents of the pipeline argued that it was the safest method of transporting oil – some 280,000 barrels of crude per day – and that many pipelines already run through the basin.
The pipeline would also bring 2,500 temporary jobs – but only 12 permanent ones – according to Cory Farber, the Bayou Bridge project manager.
“The people who are against pipelines in general would have you believe that these are environmental disasters waiting to happen,” Tommy Foltz, executive director for the Consumer Energy Alliance, told the Shreveport Times. “A lot of these pipelines will last 100 years or more without incidences. I have a hard time seeing the negative impacts.”
Not so, according to the Louisiana Bucket Brigade, a New Orleans-based environmentalist organization. They counted a total of 144 spills, leaks or other pipeline accidents in 2016 just in Louisiana, an average of 2.7 a week.
Critics of the pipeline further pointed out that construction often leaves behind silt and “spoil banks” of displaced dirt, which increase the risk of floods and adversely impact the fish and crawfish in the wetlands. ETP’s plans include an initiative to improve water quality in the basin and clear up the spoil banks.
“I have no problem with the pipeline if they do it right. I do like my oil and gas,” said Jody Meche, president of the state Crawfish Producers’ Association, who spoke against the pipeline at the hearing.
Meche told the Guardian he’s skeptical the ETP would actually follow through with the clean-up.
“You know how much money you’re talking about, bringing tractors back in the basin to fix all that? They’re only going to pay what they are obligated to do, and nothing else,” he said.

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Retired NASA astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, has died, the space agency announced. He was 82......

'We leave as we came': Gene Cernan, the last man who walked on moon, passes away


Retired NASA astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, has died, the space agency announced. He was 82.
We are saddened by the loss of retired NASA astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon. http://go.nasa.gov/2iEFt4w 
“This is Gene, and I'm on the surface; and, as I take man's last step from the surface, back home for some time to come – but we believe not too long into the future – I'd like to just (say) what I believe history will record: that America's challenge of today has forged man's destiny of tomorrow,” Cernan told Mission Control as he reentered the Challenger lunar module.
“And, as we leave the Moon at Taurus–Littrow, we leave as we came and, God willing, as we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind. Godspeed the crew of Apollo 17.”
Cernan was the spacecraft commander for Apollo 17, the last scheduled US manned mission to the moon. The launch was the first manned nighttime launch for NASA, according to his bio. The voyage established several other firsts for manned spaceflight, including: longest manned lunar landing flight (301 hours 51 minutes); longest lunar surface extravehicular activities (22 hours 6 minutes); largest lunar sample return (an estimated 115 kg (249 lbs.); and longest time in lunar orbit (147 hours 48 minutes).
Apollo 17 was Cernan’s third space flight. Prior to the December 1972 launch, he was the pilot for the Gemini IX mission in June 1966 and the lunar module pilot for Apollo 10 in May 1969. He also served as the backup pilot for Gemini 12, as backup lunar module pilot for Apollo 7 and as backup spacecraft commander for Apollo 14.
Cernan logged a total of 566 hours, 15 minutes in space, more than 73 of which were on the surface of the moon.
In 1956, Cernan was commissioned into the US Navy through the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps program at Purdue University in Indiana, where he majored in electrical engineering. Upon his commissioning, he entered flight training. He was assigned to Attack Squadrons 26 and 112 at Naval Air Station Miramar in California. He received a master’s degree in aeronautical engineering from the US Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey California.
NASA selected Cernan as one of 14 astronauts to join the agency in October 1963. A decade later, he became the special assistant to the program manager of the Apollo Program at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. As part of that role, he helped plan, develop and evaluate the joint US-Soviet Apollo-Soyuz mission, including serving as the US negotiator in direct discussion with the USSR.
He retired from the Navy and NASA on July 1, 1976.
 After leaving government service, Cernan joined Coral Petroleum to enhance the company’s energy-related programs. In 1981, he started his own company to pursue management and consultant interests in the energy, aerospace and other related industries. From there, he became chairman of the board of Johnson Engineering Corporation.
Only six moonwalkers remain, including Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon. In late November, Aldrin faced a health scare while visiting the South Pole. 

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We mourn the loss of our friend Gene Cernan, the Last Man on the Moon and a hero for the ages. Godspeed the Commander of Apollo 17.
We have lost another of the Twelve. NASA is reporting that Eugene Andrew Cernan, commander of Apollo 17, has died. Six moonwalkers remain
A true American hero. He will be so missed - by our country, and by yours truly. I was so blessed to call him a friend.
National hero, navy pilot, and the first astronaut who ever kissed my wife. Fair winds and following seas, Gene
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We are saddened by the loss of retired NASA astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon. http://go.nasa.gov/2iEFt4w 
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I'm lucky to have met Gene Cernan a handful of times. Lovely guy, even if he retained that beautiful, scary, icy stare through his 80s!
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“With peace and hope for all mankind.” - Apollo 17 Commander Gene Cernan Last man to walk on the moon. Rest in Peace.
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Gene: You have been an inspiring leader, astronaut, mentor, personal hero, and friend. Godspeed.
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Very sad to report that astronaut Gene Cernan has died. Commanded Apollo 17 and was last man on the Moon. PD pic.