Sábado 06 de marzo de 2021

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?Her Prose Is Sometimes Poetry?: Why Margaret Jull Costa Loves Virginia Woolf

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?She?s such a compassionate describer of her characters with all their flaws,? says the prolific translator, most recently of Júlio Dinis?s ?An English Family? and (with Robin Patterson) Machado de Assis?s ?Posthumous Memoirs of Brás Cubas.?

?She?s such a compassionate describer of her characters with all their flaws.?

by The New York Times


Ex-Times Reporter Who Used Racial Slur Publishes a Lengthy Defense

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By Marc Tracy

Donald G. McNeil Jr., a science and public health reporter at The New York Times who resigned under pressure last month after 45 years at the paper, published an account on Monday describing the circumstances of his departure, in a four-part essay that was often critical of Times leadership.

Donald McNeil, who resigned last month after the publication of an article on his conduct during a student trip, writes that he left the paper after ?a series of misunderstandings and blunders.?

by The New York Times


Manchin, Trump Taxes, John Geddert: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

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By Will Dudding and Jeremiah M. Bogert, Jr

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Here?s what you need to know at the end of the day.

by The New York Times


For Travel, a Sustainable Comeback?

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By Elaine Glusac

With travel stalled for the past 10 months, its sustainable comeback has been a popular topic. Now with Covid-19 vaccines in distribution, and the prospect of travel reviving later this year, some travel operators, local governments and nonprofit organizations are walking the talk, with new eco-oriented programs, trips, transportation initiatives and preserves.

From a newly certified Whale Heritage Site to scenic byways for electric cars, five new initiatives suggest the travel industry may be envisioning a more responsible future.

by The New York Times


Your Friday Briefing

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By Amelia Nierenberg and Andrea Kannapell

Facebook said it had banned Myanmar?s military from its platforms, leaving little question that the company was openly siding with the country?s pro-democracy movement against the figures who abruptly seized power on Feb. 1, ousting the civilian leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.

Facebook takes a side in Myanmar.

by The New York Times


Exposing Shady Gold Traders, Illegal Gun Traffickers and Government Lies

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By Jonathan Green

WE ARE BELLINGCAT Global Crime, Online Sleuths, and the Bold Future of NewsBy Eliot Higgins255 pp. Bloomsbury. $28.

Three new books by investigative journalists tackle unsavory and dangerous spheres of human activity.

by The New York Times


?V.I.P. Immunization? for the Powerful and Their Cronies Rattles South America

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By Mitra Taj, Anatoly Kurmanaev, Manuela Andreoni and Daniel Politi

LIMA, Peru ? The hope brought by the arrival of the first vaccines in South America is hardening into anger as inoculation campaigns have spiraled into scandal, cronyism and corruption, rocking national governments and sapping trust in the political establishment.

A wave of corruption scandals is exposing how the powerful and well-connected in South America jumped the line to get vaccines early. Public dismay is turning into anger.

by The New York Times


Public dismay turns to anger as South American officials jump the line for vaccines.

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By Mitra Taj, Anatoly Kurmanaev, Manuela Andreoni and Daniel Politi

The hope brought by the arrival of the first vaccines in South America is hardening into anger as inoculation campaigns have spiraled into scandal, cronyism and corruption, rocking national governments and sapping trust in the political establishment.

by The New York Times


Blood Bath at Ecuador Prisons as Drug Gangs Battle for Control

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By José María León Cabrera and Anatoly Kurmanaev

QUITO, Ecuador ? More than 60 inmates were killed Tuesday in the worst prison riots in Ecuador?s history, as rival gangs battled for control of the country?s growing drug trade.

More than 60 prisoners were killed in gruesome violence, some of it videotaped and posted online, that the authorities tied to the drug trade.

by The New York Times


Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

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By Jonathan Wolfe

A new variant of the coronavirus has been identified in New York City, and it contains an alarming mutation that may make it less susceptible to vaccines.

A new variant has been discovered in New York.

by The New York Times


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