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The group blew vuvuzela horns, handed out leaflets, and covered the gallery’s new sign with a banner reading: “Who keeps the cube white?”, forcing the media to access the new £4.5m building via a back entrance. According to one of the protesters, the Justice for Cleaners campaign is looking to put pressure on the university not to renew its contract with the cleaning company ISS when it expires next month. Instead, they are urging the university to bring the employment of the cleaning staff inhouse. Unfazed by the protests, and speaking inside the new spaces, the head of Goldsmiths’s art department Richard Noble, said this was “fairly typical for Goldsmiths” and that the protesters would not be disrupted. The university has reputation for a loud and political student body, with a healthy history of protest. “This is the context in which the gallery has been created,” Noble added. The New York-based artist Mika Rottenberg, whose exhibition inaugurates the space, has also lent her voice to the campaign with a statement of support , “especially given that my work deals in parts with hidden labour”. A spokesperson for Goldsmiths, University of London says: “Goldsmiths respects the right to peaceful protest and acknowledges the concerns expressed by some students and staff about the terms and conditions of cleaning staff. We are currently involved in discussions with cleaners and their recognised trade union UNISON. Our cleaning contracts are due for renewal this autumn and one of the options we’re looking at is taking this important work in-house.” The protests are due to continue tomorrow during the private view, and the gallery opens to the public on 8 September.
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It also comes amid several recent successes by China in luring away some of the few nations that diplomatically recognize the democratically self-ruled island. While Taipei battles to keep its remaining formal allies, it is keen to deepen strategic ties with larger regional powers, sensing an opportunity as they too seek to cope with a rising China, Taiwanese officials say. “We want Taiwan and those countries to have more in-depth understanding of the strategic or security environment we are in,” Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Joseph Wu told Reuters. As China grows more powerful and assertive, he said “many of these countries feel the pinch and they might want to know more about Taiwan as an interest to them, rather than something they want to avoid.” China considers democratic Taiwan to be a wayward province and has never renounced the use of force to bring the island under its control. It has intensified military activity surrounding Taiwan in recent years. El Salvador switched ties to Beijing last month, while the Dominican Republic did so in May and Panama changed sides last year – leaving Taiwan with just 17 diplomatic allies, six of which are small Pacific island states. “None of the other regional powers will come close to what Taiwan is doing with the U.S.,” said Bonnie Glaser, a security expert at Washington’s Center for Strategic and International Studies. “But it is clear that there are intersecting interests, and that these are being actively explored.” Washington, like other major powers, maintains a “one China” policy that thwarts formal diplomatic relations with Taipei but remains by far Taiwan’s largest weapons supplier and most powerful international backer. That relationship has been boosted under U.S. President Donald Trump, whose administration is eyeing more weapons sales and is encouraging official exchanges.
Ms Hartley-Brewer said: ‘This is a vote that is only wanted by people who lost’ (Image: BBC/GETTY) Speaking on the BBC’s Question Time programme, which has recently returned to UK screens after the Parliamentary summer recess, Ms Hartley-Brewer expressed her concerns at returning to the British people after a Brexit deal is thrashed out with the EU. The newspaper columnist and political commentator was responding to a question put to the panel by Janet Johnson, who asked whether the UK public should have a final say on the final Brexit deal. She said: “I just think it is great that we are keeping up the EU tradition. “When France voted the ‘wrong way’, they were told to vote again; when Ireland voted the ‘wrong way’, they were told to vote again; when Denmark voted the ‘wrong’ way, they were told to vote again. “And, what a surprise, we voted the ‘wrong’ way and we are going to be told to vote again. “At what point do the British politicians, the British establishment, accept the views of the British people?” The media star insisted the public was being painted as “too ignorant, too stupid, too uneducated and too xenophobic” to know what they were doing when they voted to leave the EU. She said: “Suddenly, we are going to have this moment of clarity when we will have all the information and then we will miraculously make the ‘right’ decision. The televised debate was held in Banbury, Oxfordshire (Image: BBC) “If we don’t get a deal, it is because our ‘wonderful’ friends in the EU want to punish us for having a democratic vote. “And if they want to punish us for having a democratic vote, why on earth would anyone want to remain in that club?” Large numbers of the Question Time audience applauded her words as chair David Dimbleby pressed Ms Brewer on her comments.
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And I tell you what, I’d give her a kick up the backside.” Jarrod Bleijie, a state politician from the Liberal National Party, said on Twitter that Harper’s parents were using their child as a political pawn. “Refusing to stand disrespects our country and our veterans,” he wrote. “Suspension should follow if she continues to act like a brat.” Members of the Indigenous community, however, applauded the girl and praised her parents. “Her parents should be congratulated for raising a brilliant, thinking young student who won’t be forced to do something that is against her deeply held beliefs,” Sam Watson, an Aboriginal elder, told The Courier Mail. The Queensland Department of Education rebutted Harper’s claim that she had been threatened with suspension and said the school allowed for peaceful demonstrations. “The school has been respectful of the student’s wishes and has provided other alternatives, including remaining outside the hall or not singing during the national anthem,” the department said in a statement. “At no time did the school suggest that the student would be suspended or excluded for refusing to take part in the national anthem.” Follow Isabella Kwai on Twitter: @bellakwai . Want more Australia coverage and discussion? Join us in our Facebook group , sign up for the weekly Australia Letter and start your day with the Australian Morning Briefing .
• Turkey’s central bank, to stem a spiraling currency crisis, raised interest rates to 24 percent in defiance of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. • Hypebeast has gone from a single streetwear fashion blog in 2005 to a publicly traded media empire with legions of fans. Now the company, based in Hong Kong, is adding a festival in Brooklyn to its repertoire. • Facebook is “better prepared”’ to fight election interference around the world, Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a blog post . He said that the company has “developed sophisticated systems that combine technology and people” to fight back. CreditFocke Strangmann/EPA, via Shutterstock • Catholic Church turmoil: 3,677 children aged 13 or younger were sexually abused by clergy members of German Catholic churches, according to a new study . And Pope Francis has ordered an investigation into allegations that a West Virginia bishop sexually harassed adults. [both from The New York Times] • Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s civilian leader, rebuffed criticism of her country’s Rohingya crisis and urged the international community to understand “all sides” of what the U.N. has called genocide. [ The New York Times ] • Some Dua Lipa fans were forcefully removed from the English singer’s concert in Shanghai last night, for dancing and, apparently, waving pro-gay rights flags. [ BBC ] • An American aid program in Afghanistan to help 75,000 women get jobs, promotions and internships has been a huge flop, having helped only 55 in three years, a U.S.
Image caption The counterfeit perfume bottle recovered from Mr Rowley’s home and the box police say it came in “For normal blokes, to be carrying women’s perfume with us, isn’t that silly?” Mr Boshirov asked. The two men told RT their lives had been “turned upside down” by the allegations. “We’re afraid to go out, we fear for ourselves, our lives and lives of our loved ones,” said Mr Boshirov. The BBC’s Sarah Rainsford in Moscow described the interview as carefully choreographed and bizarre, pointing out that in tone and content it matched the whole Russian response to the case – flat denial mixed with mockery. The British police believe the men to be officers of Russian military intelligence, GRU, who may have travelled on false passports to London from Moscow in March. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOn the trail of Russians Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, who UK police say carried out a nerve agent attack in Salisbury in March 2018 They say the purpose of the men’s visit to Salisbury on 3 March was reconnaissance, and on 4 March they returned to apply Novichok to the Skripals’ front door. The UK Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) says there is enough evidence to convict the two men, although it is not applying to Russia for their extradition because Russia does not extradite its own nationals. However, a European Arrest Warrant has been obtained in case they travel to the EU, and UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid has warned that the men will be caught and prosecuted if they ever step out of Russia. The appearance of the two men looks like the next step in the struggle between London and Moscow to convince their own publics and those around the world about their respective cases.
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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.
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Prosecutors say he was arrested in the Iranian year of 1385 (March 2006-March 2007) and sentenced the next year. It is not clear why the punishment was carried out more than 10 years later. The photographs show a young man tied to a tree being flogged by a masked man in uniform. A small crowd of people can be seen watching at a distance. “The circumstances of this case are absolutely shocking, representing another horrific example of the Iranian authorities’ warped priorities,” Amnesty’s Middle East and North Africa Director, Philip Luther. said in a statement. “No-one, regardless of age, should be subjected to flogging; that a child was prosecuted for consuming alcohol and sentenced to 80 lashes beggars belief.” The Young Journalists Club website quoted Kashmar’s prosecutor as saying M R consumed alcohol at a wedding where an argument caused a fight in which a 17-year-old boy was killed . He was not suspected of involvement in the death. Article 265 of Iran’s Islamic penal code states that the punishment for consumption of alcohol by a Muslim is 80 lashes. More than 100 other offences are punishable by flogging, including theft, assault, vandalism, defamation and fraud, as well as acts that Amnesty said should not be criminalised, such as adultery, intimate relationships between unmarried men and women, “breach of public morals” and consensual same-sex sexual relations. Mr Luther said Iran should abolish all forms of corporal punishment.
Which is more or less the story with the film as a whole, which starts out promising but can’t really deliver on its serious intentions. Reeves may be best known these days for his two “John Wick” movies (a third is on the way), but those expecting another violence-laden legendary assassin role are going to be disappointed. Instead Reeves plays diamond merchant Lucas Hill, a well-heeled habitué of private jets with a nicely trimmed beard and the expensive wardrobe to match. Lucas has picked up some combat skills along the way, but a member of the killer elite he is not. Similarly, while “Siberia” has designs on combining thriller elements with a serious romantic drama about love, commitment and masculine codes of honor, it doesn’t work out that way. As written by Scott B. Smith (“A Simple Plan”) from an idea hatched by Reeves’ business partner Stephen Hamel and Smith, “Siberia” does benefit, as all of his films do, from Reeves’ restrained presence. A master of charismatic nonchalance, Reeves is as usual a man of few words, and in this case many of them are in Russian. When Lucas says to another character, “You’re not much of a talker, are you,” it plays like the inside joke it undoubtedly is. Lucas speaks Russian because that’s where some of his best customers are.
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He doesn’t remember the last time he bought it. When he paged through a copy at a friend’s home last week, he was unimpressed. Tristan Dominguez, on the other hand, is still a big Daily News fan. “It’s the only place you see anything local,” Mr. Dominguez said at a bodega in Washington Heights, where a stack of papers sat behind the counter. He reads the paper mostly online and through Twitter. All of this helps explain why there was an air of inevitability about the news on Monday that the organization was laying off half its editorial staff . Once upon a time, The Daily News sold more than two million papers a day. Now its circulation is only about a tenth of that, and the paper’s non-hometown owner, the Chicago-based media company Tronc, which bought the paper last year, does not have the patience for non-profitability that the prior owner, Mortimer B. Zuckerman, did.
FILE PHOTO: A Syrian army soldier stands next to a Syrian flag in Umm al-Mayazen, in the countryside of Deraa, Syria, July 10, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki/File Photo Cranes from the state-run Deraa municipal council erected a flag pole near the mosque where the eruption of large protests in March 2011 was widely seen as heralding the start of the conflict. Government forces backed by Russia have recovered swathes of rebel-held Deraa province at the border with Jordan in a major offensive that got underway last month and has forced many rebels to give up territory in negotiated surrender deals. Two residents contacted said word had spread the state appointed governor of Deraa province was expected to attend the flag raising ceremony in a hugely symbolic move that pro-Assad supporters see as signaling the end of the revolt is near. For many of Assad’s opponents, early peaceful protests about political freedoms and against authoritarian rule in a one-party system were violently repressed. For the authorities, the protests, which began in Deraa, were instigated by Washington, Israel and former colonial powers and financed by Gulf states such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar to force Syria to yield to Western pressure. Russian military enters rebel-held enclave in Syria’s Deraa city Rebels holed up in part of Deraa city are still in talks with Russian officers, with many of them aiming to secure safe passage to opposition-held areas of northern Syria, rebel officials said. A rebel official told Reuters negotiations were proceeding smoothly, with the Russians so far abiding by the terms of a deal that includes weapons handovers, evacuation of rebels opposed to the deal and return of state sovereignty. “Everyone is committed to the agreements,” said Abu Jihad, adding rebels had already begun since late Wednesday handing over their heavy weapons. A convoy of Russian military police was expected to enter the devastated area later on Thursday in the first such deployment inside the enclave where they were expected to set up observation posts and perform security deputies.
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Firefighter killed while battling blaze near Yosemite National Park A helicopter gathers water from the Merced River to fight the Ferguson fire Saturday along Highway 140 in Mariposa County. (Andrew Kuhn / AP) A firefighter was killed Saturday morning while battling a wildfire in the Sierra National Forest, officials said. Braden Varney, a heavy equipment operator with Cal Fire, died at the scene as crews battled the Ferguson fire in the rugged area near Yosemite National Park, said Cal Fire spokesman Scott McLean. Varney, 36, of Mariposa had served in the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection’s Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit for a decade. He left behind a wife and two young children, according to the agency. “He was a community member. That’s where he lived, protecting the area where he grew up,” McLean said. McLean said Varney’s death is still under investigation. Varney’s job involved operating bulldozers, and he was working on the line with teams trying to contain the fire when he was killed, McLean said.
“Once it’s out in the public record, it is our decision to decide whether it is newsworthy and we should publish. “Ultimately we will get the information out,” he added. The judge sealed the motion, filed by Mr. Balian’s lawyer, that requested the order to the newspaper, so it was not clear on what basis it was sought or justified. Kelli Sager, a lawyer handling the case for The Times, said it was particularly strange that the judge did not involve the newspaper in any hearing before acting. “It is very surprising that this kind of order would be issued without being heard,” Ms. Sager said. “We were never given notice. We don’t know what was said.