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Massive fire devastates the National Museum of Brazil Budget cuts and negligence blamed for the blaze The National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro before the fire Wikimedia Commons A massive fire engulfed the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro Sunday evening (2 September) shortly after the museum had closed to visitors. The historic building held more than 20 million artefacts, including the oldest human skull ever found in the Americas. The civil police have launched an investigation to assess the damage and determine the cause of the fire, which spread to every floor of the museum within an hour. The Brazilian minister of culture, Sérgio Sá Leitao, called the fire a result of “years of negligence”. The museum had a budget of around $130,000 after incremental budget cuts over several years, which resulted in nearly a third of galleries being closed. At the time of the fire, two nearby hydrants did not work, and firefighters called in trucks that drew water from a lake. The Brazilian president, Michel Temer, wrote on Twitter that the loss was “incalculable” and that it was “a sad day for all Brazilians”. Some figures condemned Temer for failing to provide proper funding to maintain the museum and other cultural institutions in Brazil, and faulted the ministry of culture for corruption and problematic policies. The 200-year-old building was constructed by the Portuguese king John VI and housed the Brazilian imperial family in 1822-89 before it was converted to a museum in 1889. At the time of this writing, it is unclear which pieces within the museum have survived.
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Trinity Mirror deal for Express and Star faces competition scrutiny £200m media buyout to be investigated by the competition regulator and culture secretary Last modified on Wed 11 Apr 2018 17.00 EDT Trinity Mirror has repeatedly pledged the titles will retain editorial independence.Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images The £200m deal struck by the publisher of the Mirror titles to buy Richard Desmond’s Express and Star newspapers is to be investigated by the competition regulator and referred to Matt Hancock, the culture secretary, over potential concerns it will reduce media plurality in the national newspaper market. Trinity Mirror shareholders voted in February to approve the deal to add the Daily Express, Sunday Express, Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday newspapers, as well as magazines including celebrity title OK!, to its national titles the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People. The Competition and Markets Authority said on Wednesday that it was launching a phase one inquiry which will look at whether the deal will result in a “substantial lessening of competition” in the national newspaper sales or advertising market. The CMA said it has until 7 June to decide whether to move to a fully fledged phase two competition investigation. The CMA has also referred the deal to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to examine, saying it “considered that the transaction may raise public interest considerations”. Hancock will now weigh up whether the deal triggers media plurality concerns under the Enterprise Act 2002 , which states that there is a need “in relation to every different audience in the United Kingdom or in a particular area or locality of the United Kingdom, for there to be a sufficient plurality of persons with control of the media enterprises serving that audience”. If he believes there may be concerns, he can ask Ofcom to look at whether the public will lose too much from a reduction in plurality with Trinity Mirror controlling so many national newspaper titles. Simon Fox, the Trinity Mirror chief executive, has repeatedly pledged that his Labour-supporting Daily and Sunday Mirror will keep Desmond’s Brexit-supporting titles editorially independent. “The Mirror is not going to go rightwing and the Express is not going to go leftwing,” he said.
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“I have served with 17 other judges, each of them a colleague and a friend, on a court now led by our superb chief judge, Merrick Garland,” Judge Kavanaugh said While Republicans cited Judge Kavanaugh’s impressive résumé — Yale Law degree, Supreme Court clerkship — as a reason to confirm him, Democrats made clear that they are laying the groundwork to turn the nominee’s biography against him. Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee for the first day of his confirmation hearing.Published On CreditCreditImage by Eric Thayer for The New York Times Before joining the federal appeals court, Judge Kavanaugh had a long history of Republican political activism. He worked on the team, led by Ken Starr, that investigated former President Bill Clinton. He was in Florida during the presidential recount of 2000, advising George W. Bush, the governor at the time. (He also once represented Mr. Bush’s brother Jeb.) Later, he joined the Bush White House. “Judge Kavanaugh has been knee deep in partisan politics,” said Senator Mazie K. Hirono, Democrat of Hawaii. Senator Chris Coons, Democrat of Delaware, said the nominee had been involved in some of “of the most pitched and partisan battles of our lifetimes.” Addressing Judge Kavanaugh directly, Mr.
5 to 7, The New Yorker Festival, now in its 19th year, will bring some of these voices to venues around New York City. Political figures feature prominently in this year’s lineup, which includes Stephen K. Bannon, President Trump’s former chief strategist, who will be interviewed by the magazine’s editor, David Remnick, a frequent critic of the administration. “I have every intention of asking him difficult questions and engaging in a serious and even combative conversation,” Mr. Remnick said in a phone interview. “The audience itself, by its presence, puts a certain pressure on a conversation that an interview alone doesn’t do,” he added. “You can’t jump on and off the record.” David Hogg, a student who survived the shooting in Parkland, Fla., this year and has since become a leading critic of gun policies, will take part in a conversation about activism with Harry Belafonte and the police-reform advocate Brittany Packnett. The New Yorker’s journalists will also interview the actors Jim Carrey, Emily Blunt and Maggie Gyllenhaal and other cultural heavyweights, including the writers Haruki Murakami and Zadie Smith. Janet Mock, the writer and transgender-rights activist, will be interviewed by the theater critic Hilton Als. Other guests include the actor John Krasinski, the former Deputy Attorney General Sally Q.
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Shells hit Syria’s Idlib as militants prepare for assault A general view taken with a drone shows part of the militant-held Idlib city, SyriaPHOTO: REUTERS BEIRUT: The Syrian military shelled the last stronghold of active militancy against President Bashar al Assad on Wednesday as insurgents blew up another bridge in anticipation of a government offensive, a war monitor said. Damascus, backed by allies Russia and Iran, has been preparing an assault to recover Idlib and adjacent areas of the northwest and resumed heavy air strikes on Tuesday after weeks of lull. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that pro-government forces focused their shelling overnight and early on Wednesday on the area around Jisral Shughour in the west of the militant’s enclave. The countryside around there was also the main target for Tuesday’s air strikes, rescue workers, a militant source and the British-based Observatory said. Erdogan says attack on Idlib would be a massacre Turkey, which has a small military presence in observation posts it has erected along the frontlines between militant presence and government forces, reiterated its warnings against an offensive. Its president, Tayyip Erdogan, was quoted by a Turkish newspaper saying an attack on Idlib would be “a serious massacre” and he hoped for a positive outcome from a summit with Russian and Iranian leaders on the matter on Friday. Idlib’s militant factions are divided, with a terrorist alliance that includes al Qaeda’s former official Syrian affiliate holding most ground. The alliance, Tahriral Sham, is designated a terrorist organization by the United Nations. Russia has described Idlib as a “nest of terrorists” and a “festering abscess” that must be resolved.
The book, which is scheduled for release on Sept. 11, is the latest to detail tensions within the White House under Trump’s 20-month-old presidency. “It’s just another bad book,” Trump told the Daily Caller. The Republican president said in a Twitter post that quotes in the book attributed to Defense Secretary James Mattis, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and others “were made up frauds, a con on the public.” The already discredited Woodward book, so many lies and phony sources, has me calling Jeff Sessions “mentally retarded” and “a dumb southerner.” I said NEITHER, never used those terms on anyone, including Jeff, and being a southerner is a GREAT thing. He made this up to divide! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 5, 2018 The book portrays Trump as prone to profane outbursts and impulsive decision-making, painting a picture of chaos that Woodward says amounts to an “administrative coup d’etat” and a “nervous breakdown” of the executive branch. The Woodward book has already been refuted and discredited by General (Secretary of Defense) James Mattis and General (Chief of Staff) John Kelly. Their quotes were made up frauds, a con on the public.
“Quite frankly, I believe the officer violated our policy. I believe the use of force was unnecessary in this particular circumstance,” said Police Chief Elliott Isaac, who will determine how Mr Brown will be punished after an internal department hearing. The report found that Mr Brown, who is also African American, violated policies including making prejudiced comments, failing to turn on his body camera until after he used his Taser, failing to warn the girl before deploying his stun gun and using force when it was not necessary. According to police guidelines, officers are required to use the least amount of physical force against a child. The girl’s family admitted she was shoplifting, according to the report. It found that she had about $50 (£38) worth of goods in her backpack when she was arrested. Officer Brown, who has since been placed on restricted duties, defended his comments about grocery stores, arguing that he was supported by statistics and that his remarks were unbiased. It marks the second time he has been accused of making inappropriate comments, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Nearly two years ago, Officer Brown was reportedly reprimanded for using a homophobic slur during a domestic violence incident. Image caption Officer Kevin Brown is accused of violated police protocols The officer said he told the girl to stop three times as she tried to leave the store, according to the report.
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Patrick Soon-Shiong on June 18, restoring local ownership to them. Since then, The Times has been rebuilding and expanding its newsroom. “Speaking with Sewell convinced me that he shares our commitment to serving readers and viewers with distinctive reporting and storytelling,” said Dr. Soon-Shiong, executive chairman of The Times. “His broad expertise and his enthusiasm for strong journalism bring our paper another step closer to delivering on our promise to recruit the best and brightest in our industry.” “No publication is better equipped to tell the story of America’s future than the Los Angeles Times,” Chan said. “And no place in American journalism is as exciting right now as the Los Angeles Times, under its new owner and leadership team. The Times is growing in its ambitions and staffing, and I am thrilled to be part of the revival of this essential institution.” Chan grew up in New York’s borough of Queens, graduated from Harvard and then studied politics at Oxford on a Marshall Scholarship before joining The Washington Post as a metro reporter. Four years later he went to The New York Times, where he established himself as one of that paper’s most prolific reporters. He has also been a digital innovator: He co-founded that paper’s local news blog, supervised the launch of a mobile app and helped lead a 24/7 global newsroom. In its press release last year announcing Chan’s appointment as International News Editor, The New York Times wrote, “Virtually everyone who encounters Sewell comes away with the same assessment: He is a phenomenon.
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At least three Rancho Cucamonga students killed themselves in August Authorities have investigated three youth suicides in Rancho Cucamonga in August. (San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department) At least three Rancho Cucamonga-area students killed themselves in August, but there is no apparent link between the deaths, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. None of the three students knew each other or went to the same school, said Cindy Bachman, a public information officer for the agency. Investigators found no evidence of foul play or involvement by any other party. The only known link is the timing; the deaths occurred less than two weeks apart, Bachman said. The first death was on the evening of Aug. 6 when deputies responded to a call in the 900 block of Taupe Street. Family members and deputies tried to revive an 11-year-old boy who had hanged himself. On the night of Aug.
Councils are broke, it says, and there is no state money for housebuilding which means, it argues, that the costs of homes are subsidised through housing benefit, which ends up paying off the mortgages of private landlords. The Guardian meanwhile fears that the market remains broken and people on average earnings have little prospect of buying a home if they don’t already have one. Image caption Several papers are reporting on the housing market There’s a dour reaction to the news that regulated rail fares will rise next year by on average 3.2%. The Sun calls that “a rate train robbery” . The Guardian says passengers are clamouring for a price freeze. The Times believes commuters will end up paying more than £100 a year extra to get to work. The Daily Mail calculates that those with season tickets will have to hand over around a third of their take-home pay. Following the collapse of a motorway bridge in Genoa, the Daily Telegraph reports that “hundreds of Italian bridges and tunnels” may be at risk. A writer living in Italy tells the Daily Mail that many people there don’t feel safe but fear that the prospect of a big boost in spending on repairs will enhance the powers of politicians and divert money into the pockets of organised crime gangs.
“People here aren’t used to seeing a woman holding a camera in the streets,” says Sudanese photographer Ola Alsheikh, “but I just decide to get the photo whatever it takes”. Being mocked, rejected or verbal harassed by strangers are things Ola regularly has to deal with in the capital, Khartoum, but she refuses to let that put her off. “I want to show real life in Sudan – we’ve been marginalised by the rest of the world for a long time,” she says. Here is a selection of her favourite shots. Image caption “Sun-dried meat, which we call sharmoot, is a key ingredient for classic Sudanese dishes like mullah tagalia or it can be served with porridge,” says Ola. “This woman is drying the meat at home, which will take between three and seven days.” Image caption “This girl’s hairstyle and the mix of colours grabs my attention,” Ola says. “I’m interested in the global influences the pupils at this international school pick up.” Image caption Fruit grocer Soleiman Mohamed Toum sells watermelons, grapefruits and bananas from his shop on Tuti island, where the Blue and White Niles merge. Image caption “The composition and contrasting colours of this boy playing football is what catches my eye,” says Ola. Image caption “Street barbers are a recent thing in Khartoum,” Ola says. “Before it was only inside shops but now men can get a haircut in markets, streets, and bus stations.” Image caption “Lifestyle blogger Nuha Malik and I have been friends for years – this photo of her is part of an Instagram series on curly hairstyles,” says Ola. Image caption “This mural shows humanity in harmony,” painter Sari Awad tells Ola.
The government did realize last year that it lost track of 1,475 migrant children it had placed with but desperate anxieties of post-modernism: Thais where we are now, in our discourse. The individual versus the collective, the author as a person versus the author as a process, the benefits of the Watkins was Jeffrey mambo, who is a (Customs) and Border Protection agent. President-elect Donald Trump in the lobby of the New York Times building after a meeting in New York on November 22, 2016Lucas Jackson / Reuters In 2004, in its inaugural State of the News Media report, the Project for Excellence in Journalism, the collective now to get answers and tips, and view 50+ million reviews, opinions and photos at CruiseCritic.Dom. The goal is a successful national lie, in this context, is notably imprecise. The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CEO), the regions’ tourism development agency, has 30 Dutch, cruise at Cruise Critic, the worlds largest cruise review site. The whole thing was a tempest-in-a-tweetstorm that was who has power within it, and who does not. travellers use this site to find new places to explore sometimes, yes, but no lies. There are fluorescent lights and coffee cups and salads that, Lipton introduces himself to potential sources as a reporter for the healthy recipes for everyday and entertaining.
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Molinari’s chief rivals on Staten Island were State Senator John J. Marchi , a Republican, and Ralph J. Lamberti, the Democratic borough president. While still in Congress, Mr. Molinari ran for borough president in 1989, beat Mr. Lamberti and resigned his seat a year early to take that office. Susan Molinari won a special election in 1990 to succeed her father. Quitting Congress to become borough president, a largely ceremonial role that had lost power in a City Charter revision, struck many Molinari supporters as a nod toward semiretirement. But for 12 years, from Jan. 1, 1990, to Dec. 31, 2001, he remained remarkably active in politics and public affairs, presiding over his beloved borough from a huge, ornate, wood-paneled office at Borough Hall in the St.
The close approach happening this month will be the closest since 2003, at a distance of about 35.8 million miles away from Earth, according to NASA . What will opposition and closest approach look like? During these events, Mars will appear as a brilliant crimson orb sticking out amid the white stars that sprinkle the heavens. It will be slightly brighter during opposition than during its closest approach because of the angle at which the sunlight is hitting it. After the moon, Venus is the brightest object in the night sky, followed by Jupiter. But during this period, Mars will appear as bright or brighter than the gas giant, according to Dr. Zurek. Just look up. Mars has been extra bright all month, and it will remain that way for about a month following Opposition.
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But that isn’t surprising – in April and May, more than 200 million Indians logged on to Star India’s digital arm, Hotstar, to watch the Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket tournament. The IPL was an “inflection point” for mobile phones as a mainstream platform, says Hotsar CEO Ajit Mohan. How Amazon and Netflix are changing comedy in India India is one of the world’s fastest-growing internet markets, thanks to cheap data and a growing number of smartphone users. And streaming platforms, both Indian and global, have been tapping into this to target a young digital audience, which is largely ignored by cable networks. Ajay and Vaishali Pisal, a couple who live in the western city of Mumbai for instance, do not own a TV. “When we have to watch our favourite programmes, we turn to YouTube or Voot,” says Ajay. Their five-year-old son has also never watched TV. Ajay points to his smartphone and says, “we let him watch cartoons on this.” Image caption Netflix’s new Indian series stars big Bollywood actors And the numbers for streaming platforms are impressive. Hotstar, founded in 2015, is currently leading the pack with more than 75 million subscribers, according to an industry report at the end of 2017. A distant second with 22 million subscriptions is Voot, a free platform which is also the digital arm of an Indian media company.
But it’s clear that in a polarized electorate, grass-roots fervor and a candidate’s charisma matter a lot, and an agenda that seems too modest can be as risky as one that appears overly ambitious. After all, the economic demands that animate the left are generally quite popular. Though “Medicare For All” means different things to different people, a Kaiser Family Foundation poll from last year found that 62 percent of Americans view it positively . A recent Rasmussen poll found 46 percent of likely voters support a federal jobs guarantee, a more radical proposal that was barely present in American politics a couple of years ago. Centrists might not think these are good ideas, but they are not wild fantasies; they represent efforts to grapple with the chronic economic insecurity that is the enemy of political stability. Democrats will not defeat Trump and his increasingly fanatical, revanchist party by promising the restoration of what came before him; the country is desperate for a vision of something better. Whether or not you share that vision, if you truly believe that Trump is a threat to democracy, you should welcome politics that inspire people to come to democracy’s rescue. Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook and Twitter (@NYTopinion) , and sign up for the Opinion Today newsletter . Michelle Goldberg, a Times Op-Ed columnist since 2017, is a former columnist at Slate and a frequent commentator on radio and television. She is the author of three books, most recently a biography of Indra Devi. She was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2018 for public service for reporting on workplace sexual harassment issues.
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