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^Cameroonian journalist wins asylum with assist from pro bono lawyer<
JOURNALIST-ASYLUM:SD — As Cameroonians come across themselves stuck in southern Mexico due to improved immigration enforcement from stress by the Trump administration, a journalist who fled right after getting attacked, beaten, detained, imprisoned and tortured by her government was granted asylum this month by an immigration judge at Otay Mesa Detention Center.
Cameroonians, specifically from the English-speaking component of the nation, have been producing their way to the U.S.-Mexico border in current months to request asylum simply because their government has retaliated against anglophones right after they protested discriminatory remedy.
Migrants from Cameroon and other African nations who are fleeing exceptionally oppressive governments have been swept up in several of the current policies from the Trump administration that influence the asylum technique.
1800 (with trims) by Kate Morrissey in San Diego. MOVED
^CBDs: a ‘Wild West’ of wild claims<
Fairly unknown just a couple of years ago, CBD-infused balms, stated to assist relieve discomfort and anxiousness, now are prominently displayed at CVS pharmacies and Sprouts groceries. CBD shops have opened in Old Town and Pacific Beach, though CBD tinctures, bath salts, vaping cartridges, transdermal patches and other products are hawked at gas stations, farmer’s markets and across the net.
Claims for these items’ overall health rewards variety from the fraudulent — in July, the FDA warned a Massachusetts organization to quit marketing its CBD nostrums as treatment options for cancer, dementia and Parkinson’s illness — to the extravagant. A New York firm, Voesh, markets $500 CBD-treated collagen gloves as a way to “deliver an intense dose of moisture and visibly restore skin’s youthfulness.”
1300 by Peter Rowe in San Diego. MOVED
^Firecrackers. Molotov cocktails. Attacks have shaken LA’s homeless neighborhood<
LA-HOMELESS-ATTACKS:LA — Curled up in bed with his two cats nearby, Freddie was reading a paperback novel and drifting toward sleep late on a Sunday evening when somebody blew a hole in the side of his residence.
The final two sounds Freddie says he heard have been the roar of a vehicle engine followed by a resounding boom that left him dazed and dizzy, enveloped in smoke though his ears rang.
Freddie does not feel anybody was attempting to hurt him particularly. But he’s particular his tent beneath the Sunset Boulevard overpass in Echo Park was the target of the explosion, which was set off by what police described as a firecracker.
“I know it is not directed toward me as an person,” he stated. “But it is directed toward me as a homeless particular person.”
The Oct. six incident was the most recent in a string of unsettling attacks involving fire or incendiary devices that because late August have in some instances left homeless folks dead or injured and complete encampments scorched across the Los Angeles location.
1700 by James Queally in Los Angeles. MOVED
^SCIENCE, MEDICINE, Atmosphere<
^Sea gulls enjoy In-N-Out. But their eating plan may possibly be altering their Channel Islands residence<
ENV-CHANNELISLANDS-GULLS:LA — Thirty minutes right after setting sail for the Channel Islands National Park, Ana Sofia Guerra spotted a creamy white sea gull soaring majestically against the slate gray sky.
The other passengers on the 64-foot catamaran have been captivated by a pod of dolphins leaping playfully from the water, but Guerra kept her eyes educated on the solitary gull.
The ecologist pointed a big camera skyward and snapped a image of the seabird gliding on the robust ocean breeze. Then a smile spread across her face.
“It’s most likely heading back from a trip to McDonald’s,” she stated.
For the final couple of years, Guerra has been studying the consuming habits of western gulls that nest on Anacapa and Santa Barbara islands in the Channel Islands archipelago.
Generally it is humans who are accountable for polluting organic ecosystems. But on Anacapa and Santa Barbara islands, gulls seem to be the ones spoiling the wild habitat with processed meals and puked-up trash.
Guerra hopes her investigation will reveal no matter if, and how, the birds’ unnatural consuming behaviors are affecting the other plants and animals that share their island residence.
1700 by Deborah Netburn in Los Angeles. MOVED
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