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If you spend your days stressed out in front of a screen, you need to try heated eye masks

 

Putting something warm over your eyes doesn’t sound particularly soothing. I blame all those pictures of people with bits of cucumber on their lids for the belief that cooling the eye area is better than applying some warmth. As a result, I’ve been missing out for ages. To save you from the same fate, I urge you, try a heated sleep mask. I tried one for the first time on the recommendation of Lisa, who uses Space Masks to relax on longhaul flights. I was skeptical at first. I can’t usually sleep with something on my face, and I didn’t find the idea of something self-heating on my eyes particularly appealing. Then I slipped one on and something magical happened. All the tension that had been hanging around my forehead and eye area melted away. I hadn’t been aware that I was holding tension there until it all flooded out. My eye strain disappeared. My face relaxed. Instead of my usual pre-sleep routine of running through all the doors and windows that might not be closed and thinking of everything I have to do the next day, I drifted off feeling entirely at peace. These masks didn’t just soothe my eyes, they somehow managed to soothe my anxious mind.

 

If you spend your days stressed out in front of a screen, you need to try heated eye masks

I was concerned that experience was just a one-night thing, the result of being very much in need of a decent night’s sleep. Then I tried it again another night, and the same thing happened. I felt as relaxed as I’d be post-massage. And another night, the same. This is down to a few key things. First off, the masks self-heat, quickly reaching the perfect level of warmth that fades away by the time you’ve drifted off. The heat feels soothing, but it also helps to relax the muscles in the face, getting rid of tension and strain. This is especially noticeable if, like me, you spend your days squinting at the screen. Feeling your eye strain fade away is glorious. Secondly, they’re scented with jasmine, which adds to the relaxation bit. They also have little loops that fit over your ears rather than one big band that goes around your head, which are a bonus. You know when something’s so life-changing that you run around telling all your friends about it? That’s me with these sleep masks. I’ve already handed out masks to my housemates, someone in the Metro.co.uk offices who is constantly exhausted (get some rest, please), and my significant other. Now I’m telling you about them, because anyone who’s feeling stressed, exhausted, and square-eyed deserves to try these and have a night when they feel all blissed out.

 

That being said, the masks aren’t perfect. Each one is single-use, making them a pricey habit (Space Masks are £15 for a box of five, so £3 for each mask) and one that can’t be great for the environment. I found some other eye masks that you can heat up yourself in the microwave and re-use, but annoyingly these aren’t scented, so don’t provide quite the same relaxing benefits as Space Masks. You could spray them with a lavender sleep spray as an easy fix. There are also cheaper versions of single-use sleep masks available. Optrex makes their own lavender scented warming eye masks for £9.99 for a box of five.

 

 

 

Cosmetic procedures: tips, damages and side effects

The appearance is generally important for women and men, so many people are looking for cosmetic operations that will correct or beautify the desired area. In some cases, however, cosmetic surgery takes a different curve and gives results that are completely different than expected, especially in case of exaggeration. .

You can perform a process of beautification of any area you want in your body and face, and perhaps the most famous cosmetic operations nose reduction and blowing lips and supply, in addition to many other processes that spread more widely after the stars such as carving the face and exposing the jaw and raising eyes.

عمليات التجميل: النصائح والأضرار والآثار الجانبية

Are there any tips before performing cosmetic surgery?
– Do not try to perform cosmetic surgery in order to resemble a professional, if you do not need it, do not risk at all.

– Try to choose a doctor who is competent and successful in his work, and make sure of this step is the most important part because the success of the process depends entirely on the experience of the doctor.

– Make sure that you do the necessary tests and tests, so as to avoid any problems and complications after cosmetic operations.

عمليات التجميل

What are the damages of cosmetic surgery?
– Psychological problems, especially depression and nervousness, and in this case must follow a specialist doctor.

– Addiction to cosmetic operations whether the success or failure of the process.

– Feeling severe pain in the area of ​​operation, and continues for several weeks.

– No disappearance of the effects of the cosmetic process, causing psychological and moral frustration.

– The need to repeat the process because of failure, or because the process is basically temporary results such as injection of the Filler and Botox.

– In terms of material rather expensive.

What are the side effects of cosmetic surgery?
– Anemia which in some cases leads to death due to bleeding.

– inflammation of the place of the operation, or infection.

– The occurrence of complications of anesthesia.

– Gather fluid under the skin and swelling.

– Damage of nerves and brain cells.

– Increase the chances of strokes and heart attacks.

– The incidence of pneumonia.

– Sensitivity in case of skin transfer.

– Severe blood drop.

Stress Is Affecting Your Skin Without You Even Realising It. Here’s How

Stop the stress right away, at least for the sake of your skin

 

When you think about stress, what immediately comes to mind is clammy palms, pools of sweat and jittery hands. Whether it’s because of an upcoming presentation or a squabble with a friend, what you may not know is that the reach of stress is far wider than just its visible effects on the body. Along with creating a sort of mental block that clouds your focus, prolonged stress can have long-lasting effects on the skin too. The worst part is, barely anyone ever realises this, so it’s time to find out how exactly stress affects the skin in 5 ways.

1. It Aggravates Skin Conditions

If you already have pre-existing skin conditions like psoriasis, rosacea or eczema, stress can worsen it further by breaking down the immune system which is responsible for combating such conditions. Additionally, it also aggravates tic behavior like picking or scratching your face, which can only worsen your skin.

2. It Makes Skin Oilier

Oily-skinned types, this doesn’t bode well for you. When one’s body is faced with stress, it reacts by producing more androgen hormones. This in turn causes more oil to be produced, and we all know what happens when excessive oiliness strikes, right? That’s right – clogged pores, one of the primary causes of acne.

3. It Leads To Fine Lines

Those fine lines that seem to crop up around your eyes and mouth could be the result of too much pressure. When stressed, the stress hormone cortisol is released, which elevates the body’s blood sugar level. When it increases too much, it can damage the skin’s collagen, which can lead to wrinkles, lines and saggy skin.

4. It Causes Dryness

On the other end of the spectrum, stress can also make skin excessively dry. The release of cortisol breaks down the skin’s ability to retain water. When that happens, the skin loses its natural ability to hold onto moisture, leaving it dry and dull.

5. It Makes Skin Inflamed

Once stress hits, it activates various glands which release a flood of chemicals. This is primarily responsible for making the skin red, inflamed and itchy, which you’ve probably noticed in highly stressful situations.

So how do you stop this from happening?

1. Be mindful and realise that you can only change things that are under your control.

2. Exercise regularly — it’s the perfect way to channel stress productively.

3. Step up your daily skin care routine and make sure to always keep your skin moisturised and clean.

Have any tips on how to combat the effects of stress on the skin? Tell us in the comments below.

Does Smoking Weed Make You More Creative?

By Ryan Standifird

 

 

A new study on the effects of smoking marijuana and its relation to creativity has some interesting results.

The study consisted of 412 marijuana users (they couldn’t find 8 more?) and 309 non-users, and they attempted to answer the question: Does smoking marijuana make you more creative?

Emily LaFrance, the co-author of the study and graduate student at Washington State University, says she first became interested in the topic when she noticed that a lot of her favorite artists admit they smoke marijuana. “This cannabis use was commonly thought to have been a cause of the creative success of many artists,” she explains. “I began to wonder about this commonly held idea – are cannabis users really more creative than non-users?”

The study is called “Inspired by Mary Jane? Mechanisms underlying enhanced creativity in cannabis users” and was published in Consciousness and Cognition. It examined the participants over a variety of areas including psychological tests, and measuring creative works and achievements.

Some major points from the study include:

  • Cannabis users were more likely to be extroverted and open to new experiences.
  • Cannabis users reported higher levels of artistic creativity, but not a higher amount of creative achievements or completed works.
  • Cannabis users performed better on a convergent thinking test (which tests creative problem solving).

Overall, they did find that those who use marijuana are more creative than their counterparts who do not use it, but when they dug deeper they made a startling discovery.

When the scientists included the personality traits into the data, they realized that these traits on their own could determine whether a person is more open to using marijuana, as well as drive a tendency to be more creative.

“Cannabis users may be more creative than non-users,” LaFrance says, “but this is not because using cannabis has increased their creativity.” She goes on to explain that it’s the fact that marijuana users “are more open to experience than non-users, and this openness to experience is associated with both cannabis use, and heightened creativity.”

So there you have it: if you smoke pot you’re probably more creative than people who don’t… but it’s not necessarily the weed that’s got your creativity going. It was you all along!

Note: This study was conducted with all subjects being sober, meaning none of them were under the influence of marijuana during the test.

Macao’s top skincare treatments protect against winter’s chill

The run-up to the end of the year traces a gradual increase in anticipation of Christmas, the New Year, and finally Lunar New Year – whether it’s for the relief of the holidays; the excitement of the parties; the long-awaited reconnection with
family; or all of the above.

If you’re anywhere north of the equator, you could be embarking on a hectic Amazing Race-style hustle of social engagements, work celebrations and condensed deadlines set against increasingly chilly and dry conditions. The results? Fatigued complexions and dehydrated, textured skin that threatens to show your age, and at a time when you need to look gorgeously effervescent.

Read on for the best advice on how Macao’s spas can spruce your complexion back up for that effortless radiant, red carpet glow.

Consultation at Shine Spa, Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel

“Weather has a huge effect on our skin,” says Ayu Desak, spa assistant manager at the Four Seasons Macao. “The winter months bring harsh, cold wind that irritates the delicate skin on our face and hands. Winter also brings dry conditions that strip skin of its natural moisture. Having a facial treatment will help keep the skin moisturised and protected.”

She recommends the Four Seasons Diamond Brightening facial by Natura Bissé, renowned for its trifecta of renewal, depigmentation and lightening qualities. It also says that it delivers a triple exfoliating system (nicknamed CP3), which includes glycolic acid claimed to stimulate cell renewal, and Alpha Hydroxy
Acids (chemical exfoliants) combined with carboxitherapy (the use of CO2). It’s the mother of all brightening facials and evens tone, clears congestion and moisturises and protects the skin.

Conrad Macao’s Bodhi Spa’s Aroma Radiance Lift Facial delivers multiple courses of nourishment post enzyme peel via Aromatherapy Associates rose actives and vitamin skin boosters. Then the magic kicks in: gentle electric microcurrent stimulation helps the ingredients properly penetrate for maximum glow.

Over at the Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel’s Shine Spa, your facial will be preceded by a massage – did you even realise how exhausted the rest of your body was too? Deep-tissue techniques help loosen knots and ease aches, simultaneously boosting the circulation while profoundly relaxing every molecule.

Ling’s Ultrasonic Serum Infusion Facial at Le SPA’tique

Don’t move a muscle (as if you could), as next up is the Live Native Nourishing Facial straight from Bonnie Scotland. This collection uses the limitless goodness of seaweed to deliver what feels like a year’s worth of Scotland’s pure rain via moisturisation. Breathe in and you’ll feel as if you’re on the rugged shores of a misty loch; breathe out and admire your newly plumped and dewy complexion (against the background of Cotai’s cacophonous casinos). What’s more, you walk away with two SoyLites candles, ideal as gifts.

For hi-tech, outer-space wizardry to go with your festivities, head over to The Parisian’s Le SPA’tique for its ultra-innovative facials. The skincare brand is Ling,
and the technology sounds as if it belongs on a rocket ship hurtling through space. Plump for the Ling 02 Jet Facial and you’ll experience supersonic jet propulsion up close. The technology mixes saline water and oxygen into a
gas-liquid jet that powers away dead skin cells and the day’s (the week’s, maybe even the year’s) impurities.

The new skin revealed is instantly nourished with the Oxygen Plasma Potion by Ling, sprayed in a gentle mist over the face, allowing the skin to soak up the active ingredients.

The Marseilles massage room at Le SPA’tique

Alternatively, the Ultrasonic Serum Infusion Facial goes a step further, bringing in ultrasonic waves that are claimed to exfoliate, stimulate the circulation, detoxify the skin via lymphatic drainage and boost collagen and elastin production. Ling serums, chosen according to your skin type, are again misted over the skin, then a massage and mask are applied. Finally, a Firming Eye Contour Ultrasound treatment gets to work on dark circles and wrinkles. Buckle up and enjoy the ride.

The St Regis Macao’s spa director Kittipitch Watnoi has
some final words of ‘radiance-under-festive-pressure’ advice:

• Cold weather harms our skin, so above all avoid dehydrating. This includes avoiding overly hot tubs, baths and showers. After cleansing in warm water, immediately apply lotion and moisturise your skin.
• Watch what you eat and drink – as far as possible. Hydrate your skin from the inside out by drinking plenty of warm water during the day. Avoid drinking too much alcohol as it slow down collagen production, reduces skin elasticity and adds more lines and wrinkles.
• Avoid sugar in food and soft drinks. Too much sugar causes a decrease in skin elasticity and an increase in wrinkles.
• Avoid smoking. Apart from being bad for our health, smoking causes skin ageing.
• Avoid poor sleeping habits. A lack of sleep speeds up signs of ageing and prevents our skin from regenerating fully overnight.

Does drinking fizz make you fat?

We all know that sugary, fizzy drinks are full of calories – with the equivalent of about seven teaspoons of sugar in a standard can of cola.

But is it only the sugar in the drink that swells our waists, or could it also be the bubbles?

In a recent study done last year at Birzeit University in the Palestinian territories, researchers took a group of male rats and gave them either a fizzy sugary drink, a flat sugary drink or tap water to consume.

They found that the rats who regularly drank the gassy sugary drink put on more weight at a much faster rate than rats given either flat sugary liquids or tap water.

When they took blood samples, they found that the rats drinking fizz had much higher levels of the hunger hormone ghrelin, which could explain the weight gain.

Cheese sandwich test

It was such an interesting study that the BBC’s Trust Me I’m a Doctor team thought we should do a similar experiment, but with a mix of human volunteers.

With the help of Dr James Brown from Aston University in Birmingham we recruited a group of healthy volunteers.

Rather cunningly, we decided not to tell our volunteers what the experiment was really about as we didn’t want that knowledge to affect the results.

So instead of telling them it was mainly about bubbles, we said it was about measuring the impact of sugary drinks on appetite – which was partly true.

At the start of the experiment, our volunteers arrived at the lab after having gone 10 hours without food.

They were then given identical, calorie-controlled cheese sandwiches to eat. The idea of doing this was to ensure that all our volunteers started with roughly similar levels of ghrelin in their blood.

An hour after eating their sandwich each volunteer was given one of several different soft drinks, allocated at random.

They either received a glass of a fizzy sugary drink, a glass of the same drink (but flat), a glass of fizzy water or one of flat water.

Ten minutes after they had had their drink, James took a blood sample to measure the volunteers’ ghrelin levels.

Once he’d done that, our volunteers were sent away with a food diary – so we could assess how many calories they ate in the hours following their drink.

They had to come back to the lab three more times over the next couple of weeks to eat the same cheese sandwich and have bloods taken, but each time they were given a different drink.

This is what’s known as a crossover trial – the idea being to try different things on the same person rather than just across a group.

It means you can produce statistically significant results with fewer recruits.

Ghrelin is the key

Once James had crunched the numbers we gathered our volunteers together to tell them the true purpose of our study, which was to assess the impact of not only the sugar, but the fizziness, on hunger.

What James had found was that ghrelin levels were about 50% higher when people had a fizzy drink.

So the fizzy sugary drink makes you a lot hungrier an hour later than drinking the same drink, but flat.

This increase in ghrelin wasn’t only seen after drinking sugary fizzy drinks; there was also a slight effect when James and his team compared the impact of still with carbonated water.

We also wanted to see what effect drinking carbonated fizz had on how much food our volunteers consumed later in the day. And that, in some ways, was even more revealing.

James says: “If you group together the carbonated drinks and the non-carbonated drinks, they ate on average 120 calories more after they had had a carbonated drink than they ate after they had a non-carbonated drink, and that’s a really significant finding.”

So, on top of the 140 calories in the fizzy drink, it seems they ate another 120 calories later in the day as a direct result of the extra ghrelin that was produced by having had a drink with fizz in it.

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But why should bubbles have this effect on our hunger signals?

We don’t know for sure, but James thinks there are two possible reasons.

“One is that after drinking a carbonated drink, carbon dioxide is released in your stomach. There are chemical receptors in the stomach which detect carbon dioxide and cause the cells at the top of the stomach to release ghrelin and it makes you feel hungry.

Another possibility is it is a mechanical thing. The stomach bloats and stretches a little bit from that extra gas and again that stimulates cells to release ghrelin. Those are the best two possibilities in terms of mechanism.”

So is it OK to drink flat, sugary drinks?

Unfortunately not. According to James: “The take home message from this is sadly and boringly that the healthiest option is probably still water.”

In terms of scientific research this is early days, but it provides another good reason why people should steer clear of sweet fizzy drinks.

The new series of Trust Me I’m a Doctor starts on BBC2 at 20:30 GMT on Wednesday 3 January and available on iPlayer afterwards.

Gaucho grill: Argentine cuisine glows with wood-fire cooking

Flames glow, smoke billows and the aroma of slowly burning logs blends with the flavors of lightly charred calamari with broccoli and aioli cooked inside a handmade wood-fired oven.

Like other dishes at Proper restaurant, essential ingredients for this house favorite are timber and fire. Proper was recently named in the Latin American edition of the prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, part of Argentina’s growing international recognition for creative open-flame cooking.

The sacred Argentine “asado,” or barbeque, brings together families and friends, regardless of social class, and is a source of national pride. While grilling in other countries involves gas or store-bought charcoal, the Argentine way is often more primal — just wood, flames and meat.

“Fire is a very strong part of Argentina’s identity,” said Augusto Mayer, who launched Proper last year in a refurbished auto-repair shop with fellow chef Leo Lanussol. “We have a bunch of ways of cooking with wood and we’re harnessing the potential of that type of cooking.”

Diners stand in long lines every night outside the restaurant in the trendy Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires, attracted by the scent of the vegetable-centric dishes. From a haricot bean puree with almonds and pumpkin-seed mole to celery with kefir cream, green apples and pecans. The owners take pride in their sourdough bread served with homemade butter and anchovies from the coastal city of Mar del Plata.

“Argentine cooking is going through a very important moment,” Nico Visne, a local food critic and journalist, said as he tried the calamari at a counter near the wood-burning oven. “It’s based in our gaucho (cowboy), indigenous and immigrant cooking — and there’s this return to the real flavors and the fire.”

It seems odd to call it a trend since flames are the oldest way of cooking food. And yet a growing number of chefs around the world have elevated wood-fire cooking to new heights at some of the most acclaimed restaurants like Spain’s Asador Etxebarri in the Basque countryside.

In Argentina, the precursor of this movement is Francis Mallmann. The country’s most famous chef and owner of three restaurants began his career cooking French food. At some point, he returned to the elemental ways of cooking that he knew growing up in his native Patagonia region. Many Argentines grew up watching Mallmann’s cooking shows on TV in the 1980s, long before he entranced audiences worldwide with his grilling methods in the Netflix docu-series “Chef’s Table.”

“He said it was all right for Argentine chefs to cook the way that Argentines do, not just the way that the French do or the Italians do, and I think that resonated with a couple of generations of Argentine chefs,” said Peter Kaminsky, a food critic and co-author with Mallmann of “Seven Fires: Grilling The Argentine Way.”

Logs pile to the ceiling in the courtyard of Bestia restaurant, which recently opened in the outskirts of Buenos Aires. Its co-owner, chef Nacho Trotta, traveled for weeks through Alabama, Louisiana and Texas to incorporate smoking and grilling methods of U.S. Southern cuisine into tender ribs and others dishes that he slowly cooks for more than 10 hours.

“Firewood is the engine of this restaurant,” he said. “You can’t get this type flavor from a gas grill or a frying pan.”

The wood-fueled fusion is also key at Fayer (fire in Yiddish), a restaurant that blends Argentine open-fire grilling with Jewish cuisine. Even fast food has been influenced by the logs. At Kon Kon, a huge mural of a bearded lumberjack greets people who come for shawarmas cooked with embers instead of the traditional rotisserie.

“I see so many North American young chefs going to Argentina to learn how to cook that way,” Kaminsky said. “Argentina has become a magnet for people who want to learn how to cook with fire.”

Abu al_hail … The poet and the human

He was a young man with an ambitious ambition, full of hair, fears and a desire for reform and renewal. He was obsessed with patriotism and the desire to live up to the institution he ran. When Abu al-Hill was president of the Council, The trustees in the network, was complaining about the lack of commitment of the previous head of the network recommendations of the Board of Trustees, and he is unique to work outside the will of the trustees, and the recommendations of the Board of Trustees do not listen to the ears, was to be remedied situation and restoration so as not to waste the efforts of secretaries and in vain and subject to the large institution of acquisition And come back The former of the hegemony and tyranny and the exclusion of creative energies in the Iraqi media network. Abul Hail is a poet and media person. He holds a master’s degree in sociology and is a member of the Iraqi media network. The history of Abu al-Hill includes a great deal of jihad and honorable positions. He is a descendant of a family that offered the sacrifice and sacrifice to the homeland and confronting the captured dictator during the 1980s And the nineties, the father of Abu al-Hail one of the righteous martyrs known patience and his achievements and steadfastness and his performance of tyranny, a man known as the city of Nasiriyah, and embroider (the hand of the pharaohs) to which the name belongs to the letters of Noor. Mujahid Abu al-Hill,

who was still at the beginning of his youth, traveled with his family to Iran to escape the oppression of the tyrants and the Galawza. He completed his studies there to the level of junior high school. He has established good relations with a group of young Iraqi young poets and artists living in Iran, poetry books, and published in the magazine Al Qasab, which was then managed by the poet Jaber Jabri, and known to a large elite of Iraqi creators of different generations, and when To Iraq after the fall of the dictator, was still young, worked for a short period in the magazine Islamic Solidarity, led by His Eminence Sheikh Mohammed Baqir Naciri, to be the first window in Iraq, and then moved to the Ministry of Culture, and participated in poetry festivals, Al-Shaari after liberation is a creative poet. His short texts are characterized by a poetic glow and a bright surprise, while his poems are characterized by pureness, condensation and translucent language that reflect the transparency of his soul and heart. He completed his university studies and obtained a master’s degree. a Der poetry groups and traveled to various capitals of the world and participated in festivals and literary and cultural forums around the world. It is remarkable that Abu Hail is greater than rhetoric and empty debates. He works silently, calmly, and equanimously to invent creative ideas that benefit the institution that he manages away from utilitarianism and personal interests as he is concerned. Abu Hail, as everyone knows with himself and with others, With its rare and rare heritage, embraces its jihadist heritage and its bright history and begins to work hard to instill in its workshop a fruitful tree that will undoubtedly be remembered by everyone. This is the father of the poet and the man with the utmost degree of brevity. One of the most important achievements during the month of assuming the presidency of the network: – – Attention to the speech national media in all languages ​​and forms, as announced the start of the Iraqi Kurdish channel for two hours a day after discovering flaws in the speech of the network, which abandoned a decade and a half of any time to communicate with the components of Iraq speaking non-Arab, so initiated in his first days to head the network Of the announcement of the Kurdish broadcast promising full broadcast over 24 hours 

He also initiated the development of the Iraqi-Turkmen channel and start a promising plan for its development

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A number of important questions related to the security and current challenges, and the coordination mechanisms of the various security services, were directed to the Minister of the Interior, Mr. Qassem Al-Araji, who was hosted by the news now

To make them answers short and specific and far from explanation and elaboration, and give sufficient light on the reality of the security landscape. – Did a delegation from the Ministry of Interior participate in the negotiations with the Kurdish party? –

Yes, the Ministry of the Interior participated in the recent negotiations between the federal forces and the Peshmerga forces – What did the negotiations include? –

The talks dealt with two main points, the withdrawal of the Peshmerga from the disputed areas to where they were in 2003 and the delivery of border crossings to the federal forces. – Have you put forward a specific view in this regard –

yes that the Peshmerga forces are subject to the disputed areas, to lead the federal forces, pending the resolution of the dispute over Article 140 of the Constitution – How to read the problem with the Kurds? –

There is no problem with our Kurdish people, but there is a difference with the leaders of the province on the style of administration and their attempt to violate the Iraqi constitution. –

Is the internal commitment to the security of Kurdish citizens? – I say from the position of responsibility that the interior is the ministry of all Iraqis in all their spectrum and mission to provide security for all

– what about trying to revolt and coup against the Constitution and the law? – I call on citizens in Kirkuk and northern Iraq to abide by the controls and instructions so that the state can perform its duties in protecting them and protecting their property –

Is there coordination and coordination to ensure that there is no return to the liberated areas? – Yes, there are constant contacts and coordination between the

various security services to maintain security and not allow gangs to encourage terrorism in the exploitation of tension with the north – What about the Peshmerga? – We consider that the Peshmerga is part of the Iraqi security system, contributing to the war on the preacher. Q: How do you see a supporter after his defeat in Mosul and other areas? – Doubt gangs will try to search for quality operations in a desperate attempt to cover up the defeat, but the vigilance of the security services and the solidarity of the Iraqis will thwart attempts to promote? –

A number of the same reasons for the Iraqi forces during the battles of liberation, how to deal with them? – Yes, there are more than 600 supporters who have surrendered to the federal forces and will be prosecuted in a fair trial under Article 4 of the Anti-Terrorism Act. – What is your assessment of the media under the current challenges? –

 

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PMU asks Washington to apologize for US Secretary of State Remarks
PMU Spokesman, Ahmed Al-Asadi, sought an apology on Monday, Oct 23th, 2017, from the United States for the remarks of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson about the existence of “Iranian militias in Iraq”.
In the press conference held in the Iraqi Parliament and attended by PMU delegate, Al-Asadi described “Tillerson’s remark as unacceptable and is only false accusation” and assured that “all fighters in the Iraqi lands are Iraqis”.
Al-Asadi added “those remarks reflect lack of expertise and they belittle the Iraqi sacrifices” and he demanded the US to apologize for them.
Considering the advisers in Iraq, Al-Asadi confirmed “their presence is authorized by the Iraqi government” and “the government will request them to leave Iraq after the end of the military operations