domingo, 3 de julho de 2016

THE NEW YORK TIMES-Elie Wiesel, Auschwitz Survivor and Nobel Prize Winner, Is Dead

Dhaka Attack Is New Evidence of ISIS Shift Beyond Mideast

  • Bangladeshi troops stormed a restaurant in the capital city, where Islamist militants killed 20 hostages, hacking some of them to death. Six gunmen were also killed.
  • The attack suggests that Bangladesh’s militant networks are internationalizing, a key concern as the United States seeks to contain the growth of the Islamic State.

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Elie Wiesel in 1985. Mr. Wiesel, liberated from Buchenwald at 16, seared the memory of the Holocaust on the world’s conscience.CreditNeal Boenzi/The New York Times

Elie Wiesel, Auschwitz Survivor and Nobel Prize Winner, Is Dead

Mr. Wiesel became an eloquent witness for the six million Jews slaughtered in World War II, driving home the enormity of what happened through several dozen books. He was 87.

Obama After Dark:
The Precious Hours Alone

President Obama has come to consider the solitary hours after dark as essential as his time in the Oval Office. Barely getting five hours of sleep a night, he considers the time alone more important.


Britain’s Vote Gave Me a Harsh, Belated Wake-Up Call

Born in Washington, Francesca Barber grew up in Europe and came to appreciate the sense of feeling so connected to other Europeans. Now she is trying to make sense of what happened.

Pillars of Black Media, Now Fighting for Survival

The influence of black-owned media companies on black culture is diminishing. Companies are smaller and lack the financial resources to compete in the media landscape.

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