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Lunar Alert: Avoid shopping or making major decisions after 5:30 p.m. EDT today (2:30 p.m. PDT) and for the rest of the day. The Moon is in Gemini.

Happy Birthday for Saturday, September 17, 2022:

You are useful to others. You are practical, intelligent and organized. You also have a great sense of comedic timing. It’s a year of change for you, which means you need to be light-hearted and ready to adapt to new opportunities and new situations. Let go of what is holding you back.

RAM

(March 21-April 19)
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It’s another tough day. It’s important to know that if you’re disappointed or angry with someone (or vice versa), the problem could just be some kind of confusion. Someone is missing the facts. This is really a misunderstanding or an erroneous assumption. Tonight: clear things up.

BULL

(April 20-May 20)
★★★
Again, it’s a bad day for financial matters because you might be cheated or confused about something. This can even apply to purchases. Definitely limit purchases to food and gas after 5:30 p.m. EDT. Keep your receipts and the box. Tonight: Be happy.

GEMINI

(May 21-June 20)
★★
Today you are in a dream state and very sensitive to your surroundings. However, this “fuzzy” state of mind can lead to misunderstandings with others. Be aware of this. Family discussions will go off the rails if you don’t pay attention. Tonight: Be patient.

CANCER

(June 21-July 22)
★★
Unfortunately, it’s another day of languor and lack of energy, as well as a kind of general confusion in all your communications with others. Naturally, this robs you of your motivation. Cope as best you can. Postpone what you don’t have to deal with. Tonight: Hope for a better tomorrow.

LEO

(July 23-August 22)
★★★
Your efforts to deal with friends and groups could be misunderstood or misinterpreted today, as it is another hazy day prone to confusion and a general feeling of unease. Double-check everything that has to do with money and your belongings to avoid regrets later. Tonight: take care of the finances.

VIRGIN

(August 23-September 22)
★★
Unfortunately, the financial confusion you may have felt yesterday continues today. Additionally, you may find yourself at odds with a parent, boss, or authority figure. Don’t assert yourself until you find the truth. Someone could deceive you. Tonight: Be careful.

BALANCE

(Sep 23-Oct 22)
★★
Walk carefully! It seems like another day where you feel like you are walking on eggshells. Avoid controversial topics like politics, religion, and racial issues, as they are prone to confusion and misunderstanding. Trust your instincts. Tonight: Keep a low profile.

SCORPIO

(23 Oct-21 Nov)
★★
Be careful in discussing inheritances, shared assets, wills, debts and insurance matters today, as disputes and confusion are likely. A friend or group may not have a complete picture or, if they have, may not share everything with you. Tonight: Tread carefully.

SAGITTARIUS

(22 Nov-21 Dec)
★★★
It’s a tricky day because communication with others is poor at best. In fact, if you think something fishy is going on, it probably is. Check the Moon Alert before you move. That said, you’ll have to cooperate with others today – there’s no doubt about that. Tonight: be patient.

CAPRICORN

(22 Dec-19 Jan)
★★★
Whether you are at work today or completing a task you have set for yourself, you will feel misled or confused about something. Join the club; we number in the millions. It’s a confusing day for many people. However, be smart and avoid confrontations with others. Tonight: Go lightly.

AQUARIUS

(20 Jan-18 Feb)
★★
Parents need to be patient with their children today because confusing communications and assumptions can lead to poor decisions. If you’re not sure what’s going on, do your best to investigate. But wait until next week to find out the facts. This same element of confusion applies to romantic relationships. Tonight: Check your finances.

PISCES

(February 19-March 20)
★★
Conversations with family members are vague and confusing today. Therefore, do not base any important decisions on these interactions. Avoid any important decisions during the Lunar Alert. Today you will need to get along to get along, especially with partners and close friends. Tonight: Cooperation is key.

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The Court of Justice of the Republic (CJR) ordered this October 3 a trial against Eric Dupond-Moretti, accused of having taken advantage of his function to settle accounts with magistrates to whom he had opposed when he was a lawyer.

“As unfortunately we expected it, it is a dismissal judgment which was rendered by the commission of the instruction [de la CJR]. We immediately lodged an appeal in cassation against this judgment. This judgment no longer exists, ”announced the minister’s lawyers, Christophe Ingrain and Rémi Lorrain at the exit of the CJR, in Paris, in the absence of Eric Dupond-Moretti.

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Ukraine claims control of Russian logistics hub, seeks to cut more supply lines

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KYIV – Ukraine has claimed full control of Russia’s eastern logistics hub, Lyman, its biggest battlefield gain in weeks, paving the way for further advances aimed at cutting the lines of supply from Russia to its battered troops on a single route.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s stinging setback came after he on Friday proclaimed the annexation of four regions covering nearly a fifth of Ukraine, an area that includes Lyman. Kyiv and the West condemned the proclamation as an illegitimate farce.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the capture of the town, where Ukrainian flags were hoisted above municipal buildings on Saturday, demonstrated Ukraine’s ability to dislodge Russian forces and showed the impact that Ukraine’s deployment of advanced Western weapons was having on the conflict.

A destroyed Russian APC stands in the courtyard of a private house in front of a church in Izium, Ukraine, October 2, 2022.
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the success of the country’s soldiers was not limited to Lyman.

Ukrainian forces have also liberated the small settlements of Arkhanhelske and Myrolyubivka in the Kherson region, he said.

Ukraine’s Interfax news agency reported that according to Serhiy Cherevatyi, spokesman for the Group of Ukrainian Forces in the East, Ukrainian forces have taken over Torske, a village in the Donetsk region, about 15 km (9 miles) to the is of Lyman, now released.

A Destroyed Bridge Over The Siverskyi-Donets River Is Seen In The Recently Liberated City Of Izium On October 2, 2022.
A destroyed bridge over the Siverskyi-Donets river is seen in the recently liberated city of Izium on October 2, 2022.
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Reuters was unable to immediately verify the information.

Russia’s Defense Ministry said on Saturday it was withdrawing troops from the Lyman area “in connection with the creation of an encirclement threat.”

It did not mention Lyman in its daily update on Sunday, although it said Russian forces had destroyed seven artillery and missile depots in Ukraine’s Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia, Mykolaiv and Donetsk regions.

Russian forces had captured Lyman in Ukraine in May and used it as a hub for their operations in the northern Donetsk region. Its recapture by Ukrainian troops is Russia’s biggest battlefield loss since Ukraine’s lightning counteroffensive in the northeast Kharkiv region in September.

Control of Lyman could prove a “key factor” in helping Ukraine reclaim lost territory in the Luhansk region, which Russia announced had been fully captured in July after weeks of massive advances, the official said. governor of Luhansk, Serhiy Gaidai.

The Armed Forces Of Ukraine Make A Statement In Front Of The Lyman Municipal Administration Office, In Lyman, Ukraine, October 1, 2022.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine make a statement in front of the Lyman Municipal Administration Office, in Lyman, Ukraine, October 1, 2022.
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Lyman’s operational importance was due to his command over a crossing of the Siverskyi Donets River, behind which Russia tried to shore up its defences, the UK Ministry of Defense said.

“Thanks to the successful operation in Lyman, we are moving towards the second north-south route … and that means a second line of supply will be interrupted,” said Reserve Colonel Viktor Kevlyuk of the Ukrainian think tank Center for Defense Strategies.

“In this case, the Russian Luhansk and Donetsk group could only be supplied by the (Russian) Rostov region,” Kevlyuk told Espreso TV.

A View Shows A Destroyed Russian Armored Personnel Carrier In The Liberated Village Of Kamianka In Ukraine On October 2, 2022.
A view shows a destroyed Russian armored personnel carrier in the liberated village of Kamianka in Ukraine on October 2, 2022.
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Ukraine’s military said Monday morning that Russian forces had used missiles, airstrikes and artillery in attacks on 35 settlements in the past 24 hours. The Ukrainian Air Force attacked a command post, weapons caches and an anti-aircraft missile complex, and shot down a helicopter, an attack plane and eight drones, he added.

The Zaporizhzhia region governor said Russian forces attacked the city of Zaporizhzhia and nearby villages overnight, with at least 10 missiles.

Reuters could not independently verify reports from the battlefield.

A Destroyed Russian Tank Is Seen On A Road, Amid Russia's Attack On Ukraine, In The Kharkiv Region On October 2, 2022.
A destroyed Russian tank is seen on a road, amid Russia’s attack on Ukraine, in the Kharkiv region on October 2, 2022.
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The areas claimed by Putin as annexed just over seven months after Russia invaded its neighbor – Donetsk and Luhansk plus Kherson and Zaporizhzhia to the south – make up about 18% of Ukraine’s total area.

The Russian parliament is due to consider bills and ratification treaties on Monday to absorb the regions, said the speaker of the lower house of the Russian parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin.

A signing ceremony to much Kremlin fanfare on Friday with Russian leaders ensconced in the regions failed to stem a wave of criticism in Russia over the way the military operation is being handled.

A Member Of The Ukrainian Troupe Brings Down A Flag Of The Donetsk Republic Hoisted On A Monument In Lyman, Ukraine.
A member of the Ukrainian troupe brings down a flag of the Donetsk Republic hoisted on a monument in Lyman, Ukraine.
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Putin’s ally Ramzan Kadyrov, the head of the southern region of Chechnya, on Saturday called for a change in strategy “until the declaration of martial law in the border areas and the use of nuclear weapons low performance”. The United States says it would react decisively to any use of nuclear weapons.

Other warmongering Russian figures on Saturday criticized the generals and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu on social media for overseeing the setbacks, but refrained from attacking Putin.

The United States was “very encouraged” by Ukraine’s gains, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Sunday.

The Remains Of St. George's Monastery In The Village Of Dolyna Are Displayed In Donetsk, Ukraine, In October 2022.
The remains of St. George’s Monastery in the village of Dolyna are displayed in Donetsk, Ukraine, in October 2022.
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Pope Francis on Sunday appealed to Putin to stop “this spiral of violence and death” in Ukraine and also called on Zelensky to be open to any “serious peace proposals”.

Zelensky said Friday that peace talks with Russia while Putin was president would be impossible. “We are ready for a dialogue with Russia, but with another president of Russia,” he said.

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Quarterback Zach Wilson ‘not flinching’, rallies New York Jets to early season win

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PITTSBURGH — Quarterback Zach Wilson’s season debut included a historic touchdown catch, a two-quarter fall that nearly doomed the New York Jets and the biggest fourth-quarter comeback of his young career.

“It was an ugly win, but it was one of the most fun I’ve had playing football,” Wilson said Sunday after a 24-20 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Acrisure Stadium.

It was a wild game.

The Jets led by 10 points in the first quarter and trailed by 10 in the fourth, but Wilson rallied them with touchdowns for 81 and 65 yards on their final two possessions to earn their second win from behind on the road. Wilson returned to huddle after a preseason knee injury that required arthroscopic surgery on Aug. 16. With just three days of full practice, he was predictably rusty (18 for 36, 252 yards, two interceptions), but he made several clutch throws in the fourth quarter. Sunday’s game was the first time since 1988 that the Jets led by 10 points, trailed by 10 and won the game, according to Elias Sports Bureau research.

Wilson was nearly flawless in the fourth, completing 10 of 12 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown — a 5-yard rush to wide receiver Corey Davis with 7:31 remaining.

“The young man doesn’t flinch,” coach Robert Saleh said.

Wilson, drafted second overall in 2021, showed tenacity and resilience in the final minutes. He’s completed his last seven passes, including 5-on-5 for 57 yards on the final drive. The Jets took over on Michael Carter II’s interception with 3:34 remaining and marched to Breece Hall’s 2-yard touchdown with 16 seconds left.

Wilson said he didn’t think about his surgically repaired knee during the game. He was under heavy duress by a makeshift line. He’s only been sacked once, but he’s been hit six times and pressured 14 times, according to NFL Next Gen Stats.

“I thought it was probably the most comfortable I’ve ever felt from a pre-game perspective before a game,” said Wilson, who went 3-10 as a starter during a tough rookie year.

Wilson proved he could catch a pass. In the second quarter, he scored on the Jets’ version of the “Philly Special,” a dazzling play in which he handed it to wide receiver Garrett Wilson, who threw it to receiver Braxton Berrios, who threw a pass from 2 yards. to a wide-open Wilson.

He became the first quarterback in Jets history to score a touchdown reception and the first to catch a pass since Geno Smith in 2013. Wilson celebrated with a “Griddy” dance in the end zone.

“It’s pretty cool,” he said of his touchdown, joking, “I have the best hands on the team.”

The Jets looked in control with a 10-0 lead, but Wilson threw two interceptions (one from tight end Tyler Conklin) as the Jets squandered chances to put the game away. Wilsons said “there was frustration, but it was the right frustration”. The defense made four interceptions, including two by safety Lamarcus Joyner, to keep the Jets in the game. It gave Wilson two big possessions at the end.

“He never stopped. He never turned it off. You can tell he just believes in himself. He may not have played a perfect game, but it was his first game and everything,” Hall said of Wilson.

Wilson, showing no ill effects from his knee surgery, escaped a handful of sacks thanks to his mobility. He said he was “in a good position” with his knee, thanking the coaching staff for preparing him. He was on the run because his offensive line suffered another key injury, as rookie right tackle Max Mitchell (knee) was knocked out in the second quarter — the Jets’ fourth tackle to be injured since training camp.

The day started with a surprise move, with right guard Alijah Vera-Tucker starting at left tackle. At halftime, only two of the five Week 1 starters were in their original positions – center Connor McGovern and left guard Laken Tomlinson. Led by Wilson, the Jets (2-2) overcame a lot of adversity.

“I think he played a good game for his first game back,” Saleh said.

The Steelers (1-3) had a hard time swallowing. Said safety Minkah Fitzpatrick, “It’s very frustrating. It’s frustrating to lose to people you know are better than, more talented than.”

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Swiss CPI YoY: Prev: 3.5% Fcst: 3.5%

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Prev: 0.3%
Work: 0.2%

Year :

Prev: 3.5%

Work: 3.5%

Core inflation, which excludes volatile items such as fuel and food prices, was unchanged from August and rose 2.0% year-on-year.

Interestingly, Swiss Harmonized CPI for September drops 0.2% m/m (deflation horn)

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Firefighters launched an arson investigation on Sunday after a blaze damaged an abandoned apartment building in Grant Hill, the third fire at the property in less than a week, authorities said.

The fires caused at least $470,000 in damage, San Diego Police Sgt. Rick Pechin of the Metro Arson Strike Team.

The property, located on K Street near 38th Street, has been frequented by squatters “for quite some time,” Pechin said.

The property includes a front house that was destroyed by a fire early Saturday.

Around 11:45 a.m. Sunday, San Diego police officers were driving down an alley that borders the building when they noticed smoke billowing from the two-story structure.

Pechin said the fire started in an upstairs unit and caused damage estimated at $120,000. No one was hurt.

The fire was the third in recent days. Few details were available on the first fire, which occurred on Wednesday. Pechin said it was an outdoor fire in front of the front house which caused “fairly minor” damage.

The second fire broke out shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday. The fire engulfed the house, which was boarded up.

When firefighters arrived, no one was inside. The estimated damage from this fire was $350,000.

Pechin declined to comment on the cause of the fires, citing ongoing investigations. “However, we treat them as arson,” he said.

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Sacheen Littlefeather, activist who turned down Marlon Brando’s Oscar, dies at 75 : NPR

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Sacheen Littlefeather, the Native American actress and activist who turned down Marlon Brando’s Best Actor Oscar in 1973, has died, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Sunday night. She was 75 years old.

The Academy announcement Littlefeather’s death on his Twitter account. No cause of death was immediately given, but several news outlets reported that Littlefeather suffered from breast cancer.

Born Marie Louise Cruz on November 14, 1946, in Salinas, California, Littlefeather then changed her name in her twenties as she explored her Native American heritage and became an activist.

On March 27, 1973, she delivered one of the most dramatic moments in Oscar history. As Brando’s name read for winning Best Actor for his role in The GodfatherLittlefeather took the stage wearing loafers and a buckskin dress to politely offer Brando’s regret for turning down the award due to Hollywood’s treatment and portrayal of Native Americans.

His speech to refuse the Oscar on behalf of Brando was met with a mixture of boos and cheers. She said she saw actor John Wayne being restrained from rushing onto the stage while she was on it, The Los Angeles Times reported.

Last August, NPR’s Mandalit Del Barco reported on an interview Littlefeather gave to member station KQED in 2020 about the speech and its fallout.

“People were making money off this Hollywood Indian racism. Of course they’re going to boo. They don’t want their party to be interrupted.”

Littlefeather said she was escorted off stage at the Oscars by a team of security guards. She said that for years Hollywood boycotted her, calling her redlisted.

Earlier this year and almost 50 years later, the academy officially apologized to Littlefeather for the abuse she subsequently suffered as a result of her Oscar appearance. In a June letter from former academy president David Rubin, the academy described the “unwarranted and unwarranted” abuse she endured.

Brando later admitted his regret for the position he put Littlefeather in, according to The Los Angeles Time. “I was distressed that people booed and hissed and stomped on, even though it may have been directed at myself,” he told then-talk show host Dick Cavett. “They should have at least had the courtesy to listen to him.”

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