The Daily Populous

Sunday September 1st, 2019 day edition

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A través de la sembratón Bosques de Vida se plantaron 200.000 árboles en todo el departamento.

Hace parte de la estrategia de reforestación para sembrar 180 millones de árboles en el país durante los próximos cuatro años.

En la Sembratón de mayo,en Antioquia, se sembraron más de 100.000 plántulas de árboles en todo el departamento.

“Hoy en la sembratón de Antioquia se plantaron 200.000 árboles y dentro de dos meses lograremos la siembra de 400.000 más”, agregó.

Por su parte, la Alcaldía de Medellín logró plantar 861.000 árboles en la capital del departamento antioqueño.

La primera Gran Sembratón Bosques de Vida fue liderada por Corantioquia el pasado 24 de mayo; en ella se plantaron 106.095 árboles. »

When they dissed the future Lady Gaga

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The group was peppered with comments, sharp as porcupine needles, vilifying the aspiring musician for being an "attention-whore."

I also remember one dude posting a flyer for one of her upcoming gigs at a local village bar.

He had clearly stomped on the flyer, an outline of his muddy sole [soul] struggling to eclipse her name. »

Trump made up phone call with China at G7 summit, White House aides admit

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White House aides have admitted that positive phone calls the president claimed he had had with China at last week’s G7 summit “didn’t happen the way he said they did”, according to a report from CNN.

The concession comes after Mr Trump told reporters that “China called last night our top trade people and said, ‘Let’s get back to the table’.

Sources suggest the invented phone call is related to his attempt for an accomplishment to prop up his 2020 campaign. »

Red wine benefits linked to better gut health, study finds

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They found that the GM of red wine drinkers was more diverse compared to non-red wine drinkers.

A person’s gut microbiome with a higher number of different bacterial species is considered a marker of gut health.

The team observed that the gut microbiota of red wine consumers contained a greater number of different bacterial species compared to than non-consumers. »