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Jack Dorsey, Posting About Myanmar on Twitter, Is Accused of Being Tone Deaf

By MIKE IVES

Mr. Dorsey’s tweets about his silent-meditation retreat in the country were criticized for not mentioning the plight of the Rohingya, a persecuted Muslim minority.

Jack Dorsey, Posting About Myanmar on Twitter, Is Accused of Being Tone Deaf

By MIKE IVES

Mr. Dorsey’s tweets about his silent-meditation retreat in the country were criticized for not mentioning the plight of the Rohingya, a persecuted Muslim minority.

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Rosanell Eaton, Fierce Voting Rights Advocate, Dies at 97

By ROBERT D. McFADDEN

Calling her an unsung hero, President Barack Obama praised her and others for refusing “to accept anything less than a full measure of equality.”

ARD and ZDF extend Formula E live coverage

By JΓΆrn Krieger

With the start the new season only days away, German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF have expanded their existing partnerships with the FIA Formula E Championship to show more live races in season five across their networks.

ZDF will providing coverage of the Rome E-Prix while ARD will air both the Monaco E-Prix and the BMW i Berlin E-Prix.

The new partnership – brokered by pan-European media rights distributor Eurosport – will see ARD and ZDF cover at least two more races live than in the 2017/18 season, with all remaining races streamed live across online platforms.

According to Ali Russell, media and business development director at Formula E, Germany is a key market for the FIA Formula E Championship “and it’s imperative we remain free-to-air to ensure our fans can keep up with the fastest-moving series in motorsport.”

Russell added: “As we continue on our mission to bring Formula E to the masses, it’s fantastic that two of the largest European public channels – ARD and ZDF – are increasing their coverage and showing continued support. We’re grateful to Eurosport and SportA for their contribution to this agreement.”

ARD and ZDF extend Formula E live coverage

By JΓΆrn Krieger

With the start the new season only days away, German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF have expanded their existing partnerships with the FIA Formula E Championship to show more live races in season five across their networks.

ZDF will providing coverage of the Rome E-Prix while ARD will air both the Monaco E-Prix and the BMW i Berlin E-Prix.

The new partnership – brokered by pan-European media rights distributor Eurosport – will see ARD and ZDF cover at least two more races live than in the 2017/18 season, with all remaining races streamed live across online platforms.

According to Ali Russell, media and business development director at Formula E, Germany is a key market for the FIA Formula E Championship “and it’s imperative we remain free-to-air to ensure our fans can keep up with the fastest-moving series in motorsport.”

Russell added: “As we continue on our mission to bring Formula E to the masses, it’s fantastic that two of the largest European public channels – ARD and ZDF – are increasing their coverage and showing continued support. We’re grateful to Eurosport and SportA for their contribution to this agreement.”

Gender letter: Does β€˜Having It All’ Mean Doing It All?

By MAYA SALAM

Plenty of new research underscores the reality that women are still shouldering, and expected to shoulder, much of the work associated with the home.

Lean In’s Sheryl Sandberg Problem

By NELLIE BOWLES

The movement that Facebook’s chief operating officer started is trying to leave her, and her scandals, behind.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70

By Evan Lamos

In 1948, with the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, world leaders launched the human rights project rooted in the inherent dignity of every person.

A US-Russia-China-EU summit? EU is interested

By Georgi Gotev

The EU is taking seriously the idea expressed recently by the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev for holding a four-way summit to defuse global tensions, an EU diplomat told an audience on Tuesday (4 December).

Commission to determine EU tariffs on Myanmar, Cambodia rice

By Georgi Gotev

EU countries failed on Tuesday (4 December)  to determine whether to impose tariffs on rice coming from Cambodia and Myanmar from the start of next year to curb a surge in imports, leaving the European Commission to take the final decision.

Cambodia eases pressure on opposition, media after EU sanctions threat

By Georgi Gotev

Cambodia’s parliament is reviewing a five-year ban on more than 100 members of the main opposition party, which could allow them to return to politics, following threats by the European Union to deny duty-free trading access to the Southeast Asian...

Denmark Plans to Isolate Unwanted Migrants on a Small Island

By MARTIN SELSOE SORENSEN

The island center, housing as many as 100 people, is part of the government’s drive to make life so untenable for failed asylum seekers that they leave voluntarily.

Rania Youssef, Egyptian Actress Who Dressed to Impress, Could Be Jailed

By DECLAN WALSH

Her lacy, revealing dress at a Cairo film festival spurred three lawyers to sue her for “incitement to debauchery.” A trial is scheduled for January.

surfacing: Rwandan Women Paddle Into the Male World of Fishing

By SHANNON SIMS, HOLLY PICKETT and CLΓ€UDIA PRAT

“Now a woman can say: ‘I can build a house by myself. I can look after my family properly. And even if my husband dies, we can live a better life.’”

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