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    ^^Unfortunately for you I read Portuguese.

    So, now you have an infraction.

    In the future please post in English. Of course, if it's provocative nonsense like the above you'll still get an infraction.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    ^^Unfortunately for you I read Portuguese.

    So, now you have an infraction.

    In the future please post in English. Of course, if it's provocative nonsense like the above you'll still get an infraction.

    Hi,
    I posted in Portuguese because it's a topic about Portugal started by a Portuguese and the vast majority of the commentators are Portuguese.

    What do you define as "infraction" and "provocative"?

    I really can't see where is the "provocative" as I was just confirming what Pedro Gomes had stated.

    Cerezo M, Achilli A, Olivieri A, Perego UA, Gómez-Carballa A, Brisighelli F, et al. (2012) Reconstructing ancient mitochondrial DNA links between Africa and Europe. Genome Res 22: 821–826. pmid:22454235

    "Phylogeographic analyses showed that ∼65% of the European L lineages most likely arrived in rather recent historical times, including the Romanization period, the Arab conquest of the Iberian Peninsula and Sicily, and during the period of the Atlantic slave trade. However, the remaining 35% of L mtDNAs form European-specific subclades, revealing that there was gene flow from sub-Saharan Africa toward Europe as early as 11,000 yr ago."

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