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The suspect has not been officially named but Bild newspaper identified him as Taoufik M, a Moroccan who has lived in Germany for two years.
Taoufik M was interviewed in a documentary for Spiegel television in which he denied allegations he was the leader of a gang of petty criminals operating in Düsseldorf.
She tells me that because she is a “good” Arab, which is to say one who follows no religious restrictions, she is embraced by certain French people with a readiness she finds discomfiting, held up in their minds as a model of “integration,” a word I hear used far more often than “equality.” Through her eyes, I struggle to understand the nuances of a racist society whose structures are completely different than my own.
Recently, France’s Burkini bans — laws prohibiting women from wearing a modest wetsuit and headscarf on France’s beaches — have been the subject of fierce debate at nearly every social gathering I’ve attended.
The act of unveiling became an iconic symbol of French domination because it symbolized how French colonizers attempted to destroy Algerian women's identity, which linked these women to Algerian culture.
However, visual evidence portrayed clear resistance against colonialism and pushes the viewer to feel compassion for Algerian women.
But only six of these changes were the house mouse’s own innovations.
The other four came from a close relative – the Algerian mouse, which is found throughout northern Africa, Spain, Portugal, and southern France.
In some cases, French soldiers forced Algerian women to unveil for portrait identifications, which violated local Algerian customs and religious practices.
Reportedly, the 23-year old thief was arrested a few hours later.
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It’s still used, but to a lesser extent, for rodents have become increasingly resistant to warfarin ever since the 1960s.
This is a common theme – humans create a fatal chemical – a pesticide or an antibiotic – and our targets evolve resistance. Ying Song from Rice University, Houston, has found that some house mice picked up the gene for warfarin resistance from a different species. This vitamin activates a number of genes that create clots in blood, but it itself has to be activated by a protein called VKORC1.
Rodents can evolve to shrug off warfarin by tweaking their vkorc1 gene, which encodes the protein of the same name.