Catastrophe Looms If NGOs Are Forced To Halt Rescue Missions In Mediterranean, Report Warns

June 18, 2017

… Africa to the Libyan coast. heated Twitter exchange with little choice but to attempt the crossing, whether rescue missions were operating or not. launched into ties between the humanitarian groups and Libyan smugglers. Three months later, Carmelo Zuccaro said in court he had found no evidence proving the hypothesis. While far more measured in his analysis, Humanitarian organizations carrying out search and rescue at sea are saving tens of thousands of people from drowning every year. …


Foreign Carmakers Invoke Reagan To Sway Trump On Trade

June 17, 2017

… return to a time of less competition and less choice for consumers? Notwithstanding foreign carmakers employment of American workers, their critics lament that they have largely fought off unionization efforts and deliberately located most of their facilities in the American South, where laws and political culture are more hostile to union formation. Unionized auto manufacturing jobs at American carmakers in the Midwest typically offer higher pay and safer working conditions than their …


Frank Lloyd Wright: What his 5 best buildings tell us about his life and work

June 8, 2017

… doubted this, even in the face of personal loss and downright tragedy. Asked for his occupation in a court of law, Wright replied “The world’s greatest architect.” His (third) wife remonstrated him. “I had no choice, Olgivanna,” he told her. “I was under oath.” “Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive” is on June 12 to Oct. 1, 2017 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. More From this publisher : HERE Recommended …


Election 2017: What do leaders do in their spare time? – BBC News

June 4, 2017

… that were taken”. He also likes fell running and walking in the Lake District. When it comes to relaxing, you’ll often find the UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Paul Nuttall in a boozer – he describes himself as a “pub person”, with Guinness his tipple of choice. Co-leader of the Green Party, Caroline Lucas, “loves nothing more than walking on the Sussex Downs” with her family. This walking theme among a few politicians raises the tantalising …