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As the hearse solemnly pulled out from St Mary’s Cathedral on Thursday and made its sombre way down College Street behind a five-strong police motorcycle escort, a chum of the late designer Carla Zampatti, who fondly remembered the fashionista whipping around Sydney in her bright yellow sportscar, whispered: “That’s probably the slowest car ride Carla has ever had”.
The cortege slowly leaves St Mary’s Cathedral on Thursday down College Street.

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As the hearse solemnly pulled out from St Mary’s Cathedral on Thursday and made its sombre way down College Street behind a five-strong police motorcycle escort, a chum of the late designer Carla Zampatti, who fondly remembered the fashionista whipping around Sydney in her bright yellow sportscar, whispered: “That’s probably the slowest car ride Carla has ever had”.
The cortege slowly leaves St Mary’s Cathedral on Thursday down College Street.

TOM UTLEY: My life may have been far duller than Mick Jagger's, but I can relive mine with pleasure


By my standards, though I don't know about yours, Sir Mick Jagger has led a pretty interesting life.
He has sold some quarter of a billion records, and counting, amassing a fortune reckoned in the hundreds of millions of pounds.
He has appeared in numerous films, has been painted by Andy Warhol and has even had his bare bottom photographed by Cecil Beaton.
He has met just about everyone in the world who is or was anyone.
They include the Queen and most of the Royal Family, Barack Obama, Margaret Thatcher and, of course, more or less every rock star who has ever made a hit record, from Chuck Berry to The Beatles.

Obituary: Wilfred "Willie" Coolidge - Portland Press Herald

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POLAND - Wilfred “Willie” Coolidge passed away quietly at home on April 10, 2021, after a brief illness, surrounded by those ...
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POLAND – Wilfred “Willie” Coolidge passed away quietly at home on April 10, 2021, after a brief illness, surrounded by those who loved him dearly.
Willie was born on Oct. 21, 1924, the second of what was to be seven children. He loved sports and while at Bethel’s Gould Academy played football, basketball, and baseball. Willie continued with Legion Baseball playing second base for years after his service in the U.S. Navy was completed.
Hearing his Nation’s call, Willie enlisted in the U.S. Navy at the age of 18, where he was selected to attend radio school in Boston and was assigned to the U.S. 7th Beach Battalion. Willie participated in the June 6, 1944 landings on Omaha Beach in Northern France. His battalion’s role was to establish and maintain shore-to-ship communications, and Willie’s skills as a radio man were highly valued. Although he seldom ever discussed those experiences, Willie was proud of the fact that he radioed in the command for General Patton’s tank division to come ashore. On Nov. 17, 2010, in gratitude for his courage, French President Nicolas Sarkozy bestowed upon Willie, France’s highest honor, the Legion of Honor.

Veteran French filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier (1941–2021): In genuine appreciation

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Veteran French filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier (1941–2021): In genuine appreciation
The death late last month of French director-screenwriter, producer and film historian Bertrand Tavernier, a few weeks before his 80th birthday, saw an outpouring of tributes from throughout France and internationally.
A tweet by former Cannes Film Festival president Gilles Jacob captured something of the wider sentiment. “French cinema is mourning,” Jacob wrote. “The filmmaker, the cinephile, the memory, all contributed to the exercise of an art to which he dedicated his life. He will no longer tell us his stories with that powerful force of conviction that made him such a precious auteur.” The Institut Lumière, the museum complex dedicated to cinema pioneers Auguste and Louis Lumière, located in Tavernier’s native city, Lyon, and where he served as a virtual lifetime president, received thousands of condolence messages.

Zones of anarchy: Inside the chaos and depravity of Libya's long civil war

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Zones of anarchy: Inside the chaos and depravity of Libya’s long civil war
While there is relative calm in Tripoli, in Benghazi a tumultuous and bloody reordering is taking place.
All mass graves are not the same, and the hundreds of pits behind Issa Haroudah’s farmhouse outside of Tarhuna, about an hour’s drive south of Tripoli, are distinctive because of their orderliness. They stretch like a marker-less cemetery across his land, between his almond groves.
The men who carved this atrocity into the fine red Libyan sand did not rush. Some of the graves contain single bodies, others families. There are signs of torture on the corpses and some have been bound and blindfolded.

Emmanuel Macron, l'ENA, and the old weird France

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Emmanuel Macron, l'ENA, and the old weird France
Paul Wells: Macron is closing the school known for churning out presidents, prime ministers and top public servants. What's behind this assault on what made him?
April 14, 2021
Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron visit a hospital in Normandy, on April 5, 2018 (CHRISTOPHE ENA/AFP via Getty Images)
We haven’t updated you on French President Emmanuel Macron in a while. It’s not going great. The next presidential election is a year away and polls suggest Macron could lose to Marine Le Pen, leader of the populist Ralliement National, the successor to her father Jean-Marie Le Pen’s Front National. The older Le Pen made it to the second round of presidential elections in 2002, the younger in 2017. Each time respectable opinion told French voters they must vote against Le Pen to save the Republic; both times voters did as they were told. The second time the result was Macron’s presidency. He can’t be sure it will work again. He’d become France’s third consecutive one-term president. His successor would open a can of worms. A belated sequel to Trump and Brexit.

French political space slides rightward as Macron, Le Pen swap planks


As next year’s presidential elections in France approach, the two front-runners are trying on each other’s clothes. 
Marine Le Pen, traditionally a candidate of the extreme right, is seeking more moderate voters by steering her party, the National Rally, toward the middle ground of French politics. More surprisingly, perhaps, President Emmanuel Macron is veering sharply rightward, shocking many of his supporters and raising questions about the boundaries of acceptable political discourse.
Why We Wrote This
The French president and his far-right competitor for the 2022 elections are adopting parts of each other’s platforms, throwing into question just what topics are acceptable in the mainstream.

J K Rowling Fast Facts

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J K Rowling Fast Facts
Here is a look at the life of J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter book series.
Personal
Birth place: Gloucestershire, England
Mother: Anne (Volant) Rowling, lab technician
Marriages: Neil Murray (December 26, 2001-present); Jorge Arantes (1992-1995, divorced)
Children: with Neil Murray: Mackenzie Jean and David Gordon; with Jorge Arantes: Jessica
Education: University of Exeter, B.A. in French and the Classics, 1986; Moray House School of Education at The University of Edinburgh, 1995-1996, received a postgraduate certificate in modern languages.
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Born Joanne Rowling (pronounced roll-ing), she has said that her publishers wanted another initial, so she gave herself the middle name Kathleen, after her paternal grandmother.

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November 2001
– The first film, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” opens.
2002 – The 1999 lawsuit against Scholastic is dismissed when the judge rules that Stouffer “perpetrated a fraud” on the court.
June 21, 2003
– “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” the fifth book in the series is published.
2004
July 16, 2005 – The sixth book, “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” is published.
September 6, 2005
July 21, 2007
– The seventh and final book, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” is released and sells 8.3 million copies in the United States in its first 24 hours.
October 2007
– Along with Warner Brothers, sues publishing house RDR Books for copyright infringement regarding the Harry Potter brand. RDR is planning to release an encyclopedia of the seven Harry Potter books. Rowling is planning her own book of the same nature with the proceeds to go to charity.

Burka bans in Europe: Why the burka is so important for right-wing populists

On 7 March, Switzerland became the latest European country to vote in favour of a so-called "burka" ban. It was yet another feather in the cap of the right-wing populist Swiss People's Party (SVP) on an issue that remains a perennial favourite with the Right across Europe. Essay by Daniel Bax

Persecution of the Roma has lasted for centuries - even in Turkey today

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The Roma (also known as Gypsy) is an ethnic group of traditionally itinerant people who
 currently live in many countries across the world. Because of the diversity of locations and cultural integration over the years, the group is known by a great variety of names throughout Europe and the Middle East region -including Zigeuner and Sinti (Germany), Gitans (France), Gitanos and Calo (Spain), Dom and Nawar (Jordan; Palestine), Qurbat (Syria), and Roman/Çingene (Turkey).
Gypsies who live in Turkey are also one of the most vulnerable groups in society; even the
 word “Gypsy (Çingene in Turkish)” has been used for insulting purposes by a large part of

New start for Paris mosque shut down after teacher's murder

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A Paris mosque that became a focal point in the controversy over the place of Islam in France reopened on Friday after a six-month closure following a clampdown on Islamist radicals sparked by the beheading of a teacher last October.

Why is Macron abolishing France's school for the political class? | France

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With Marine Le Pen rising in the polls, the president has turned his attention to the ENA, a symbol of inequality
‘Emmanuel Macron does not want to dispense with the idea of an elite school altogether but to build something that allegedly works better.’ Photograph: Chesnot/Getty Images
‘Emmanuel Macron does not want to dispense with the idea of an elite school altogether but to build something that allegedly works better.’ Photograph: Chesnot/Getty Images
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On Thursday 8 April, Emmanuel Macron announced the closure of the prestigious École Nationale d’Administration, France’s elite school for turning out senior civil servants and politicians. The president’s announcement sounded familiar – he had already pledged to reform the ENA, a school renowned for its conservatism and aversion to change, back in 2019 – but this time it’s final: Macron said that the time had come to abolish an institution that is widely regarded as a symbol of elitism and inequality.

France's Far Right Is Setting the Agenda Because the Mainstream Allows It To

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France’s Far Right Is Setting the Agenda Because the Mainstream Allows It To
Ahead of the 2022 election, French media are presenting an inevitable duel between incumbent Emmanuel Macron and the "populist" Marine Le Pen. Yet for decades we've seen how this liberal framing fuels far-right talking points.
Marine Le Pen, French National Front (FN) political party leader and candidate for French 2022 presidential election. Photo: Reuters
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A year ahead of France’s 2022 presidential election, countless articles have been written about the threat posed by the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, leader of the Rassemblement National. With no particular attention paid to the French system or the current context, we are often told that she is the main contender to the presidency and the embattled Emmanuel Macron’s only real opponent. As always, opinion polls are mustered to push the message that this is what the people want. That it is not yet clear who the candidates will actually be — and whether a unified left-wing alternative could arise — does not seem to bother anyone with access to public discourse. The dice have already been rolled, and they seem loaded anyway.

German conservatives seek Angela Merkel′s successor | News | DW

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Poll shows Germans critical of pandemic policy
Germany's ruling conservative bloc met on Sunday to discuss who would stand as the successor to Angela Merkel as the bloc's candidate for chancellor in this year's election.
The leading candidates to fill Merkel's shoes are Armin Laschet, the state premier of North Rhine-Westphalia, and Markus Söder, the state premier of Bavaria. Laschet is seen as Merkel's favorite and currently leads her Christian Democratic Union (CDU), while Söder serves as the head of Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU), which is the CDU's closest political ally.
"We have both declared that we are ready," Söder said during the party meeting, according to reports from the DPA news agency. He said the discussion was "not decisive," as both candidates were suitable for the job.

Eamon Quinn: Joe Biden's tax plan puts Ireland and the multinationals back in the frame

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Eamon Quinn: Joe Biden's tax plan puts Ireland and the multinationals back in the frame
The sting for Ireland is the US president's proposal to raise the Trump-era minimum tax rate on earnings generated overseas by US companies to 21%.
US president Joe Biden and Taoiseach Micheál Martin during a virtual meeting for St Patrick's Day. Mr Biden's new plan could upend the global tax regime that has anchored Irish prosperity since the late 1980s. Picture: Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images
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In the thick of a global pandemic, any initiative to overhaul global tax will likely leave most people cold. 

Burka bans in Europe: Why the burka is so important for right-wing populists

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Why the burka is so important for right-wing populists
On 7 March, Switzerland became the latest European country to vote in favour of a so-called "burka" ban. It was yet another feather in the cap of the right-wing populist Swiss People's Party (SVP) on an issue that remains a perennial favourite with the Right across Europe. Essay by Daniel Bax
Nearly four years ago, Germany's then Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere drew up a catalogue of ten things he considered part of the German
Today, with the German population required to wear masks and keep their distance, these phrases seem like something from a bygone age. But the buzzword "burka" continues to conjure up ghoulish terror – a symbol of maximum foreignness guaranteed to rile people and stir emotions on both sides.

New start for Paris mosque shut down after teacher's murder | World

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Muslim worshippers arrive for the Friday prayers to the Grande Mosquee de Pantin (Pantin Great Mosque) on the day of its reopening in Pantin, a northern Paris suburb, on April 9, 2021. — AFP pic
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PARIS, April 9 — A Paris mosque that became a focal point in the controversy over the place of Islam in France reopened today after a six-month closure following a clampdown on Islamist radicals sparked by the beheading of a teacher last October.
Some 200 worshippers returned for Friday prayers at the 1,300-person capacity mosque in Pantin on the northern outskirts of Paris, an AFP correspondent said.

Ukraine turmoil reflects Europe's history

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Arthur I. Cyr is Clausen Distinguished Professor at Carthage College and author of “After the Cold War.” Contact [email protected]
Once again, Ukraine is emerging as a focus of tension between Russia and the United States as well as Europe.
An always-uncertain ceasefire has broken down, and very substantial Russian troop movements in the region now accompany sporadic fighting.
In addition, Moscow is stating as well as otherwise signaling that diplomatic relations with the West in general, and the U.S. in particular, are deteriorating seriously, perhaps ominously. Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has declared that dealings with Washington have “bit bottom.” 

Cyr column: Ukraine turmoil reflects Europe's history


Cyr column: Ukraine turmoil reflects Europe’s history
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Once again, Ukraine is emerging as a focus of tension between Russia and the United States as well as Europe. An always-uncertain ceasefire has broken down, and very substantial Russian troop movements in the region now accompany sporadic fighting.
In addition, Moscow is stating as well as otherwise signaling that diplomatic relations with the West in general, and the U.S. in particular, are deteriorating seriously, perhaps ominously. Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has declared that dealings with Washington have “bit bottom.”

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