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Rome spares Iranian president’s blushes by covering nude statues

Giuseppe, Lami EPA

Italian officials keen to spare the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, any possible offence on his visit to Rome covered up nude statues at the city’s Capitoline Museum, where Rouhani met Matteo Renzi, the Italian prime minister. Photographs of Monday’s visit show both men standing near a grand equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, the Roman emperor. Nude statues in the vicinity were covered by large white panels.     A spokesman for Renzi did not immediately return a request for comment. A spokesman for the city of Rome, which manages the museum, said any decision regarding the ceremony with Rouhani and display…

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Obama: Dem primary isn’t an ’08 redux

The Hill

President Obama said the 2016 Democratic presidential primary will not be a repeat of the race in 2008, when he emerged as a successful insurgent challenger against the established front-runner, Hillary Clinton. “No … I don’t think that’s true,” Obama said in an interview with Politico, when asked if he sees Clinton’s chief rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), as his alter ego in this year’s race. In his most extensive comments on the 2016 campaign to date, Obama conceded there are some parallels to the campaign he won eight years ago. He views the race as a contest between Clinton’s experience…

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Dreamers on the campaign trail: ‘We cannot vote, but we do have a voice’

The Guardian

Nobody could accuse Erika Andiola or César Vargas of joining Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign because they fantasized about working in the West Wing. As “Dreamers”, young immigrants protected by presidential action, his Latino outreach directors keenly feel the limits that bound their ambitions.   Could Latino voters decide the next American president? Read more   Not only will the young Mexicans be barred from voting for the Vermont senator as he campaigns for the Democratic nomination this spring, they will also be blocked from the polls in November, after devoting more than a year of their lives to the election. And should…

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Haiti presidential candidate won’t participate in election

AFP Photo,Hector Retamal

Port-au-Prince (AFP) – Haiti’s opposition presidential candidate Jude Celestin said Monday he will not participate in a planned run-off, calling it a farce with only one candidate. The January 24 election is the latest attempt to restore stability in one of the poorest and most unstable countries in the Americas. Since the end of the Duvalier dictatorship in 1986, Haiti has been jolted by coups and contested elections that have further undermined the fragile economy. After being mired for years in a political crisis that kept any elections from being held, Haiti went on an electoral marathon in 2015, holding…

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Supreme Court rejects Arizona sheriff’s appeal on immigration


The Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal Tuesday from Arizona Sheriff Joseph Arpaio in a case challenging the president’s executive actions on immigration. Arpaio, an outspoken lawman, had argued that Obama’s measures to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation harmed him because those spared would commit crimes in Maricopa County and as sheriff he would be forced to spend more money policing the county and running its jails. In August, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. circuit affirmed a lower court’s December decision to dismiss the case for lack of legal standing. The D.C. Circuit Court…

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Hawking: Humans at risk of lethal ‘own goal’


Humanity is at risk from a series of dangers of our own making, according to Prof Stephen Hawking. Nuclear war, global warming and genetically-engineered viruses are among the scenarios he singles out. And he says that further progress in science and technology will create “new ways things can go wrong”. Prof Hawking is giving this year’s BBC Reith Lectures, which explore research into black holes, and his warning came in answer to audience questions. He says that assuming humanity eventually establishes colonies on other worlds, it will be able to survive. “Although the chance of a disaster to planet Earth…

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Leonardo DiCaprio wants to play Putin and Lenin


A spokesman for Russia’s film company “Lenfilm,” Valery Karpov, said in a recent interview with “Radio Baltic” that the company would be interested in having US actor Leonardo DiCaprio for a film project. “It is always interesting to create films. Leonardo DiCaprio is often compared to Lenin in his youth. We have plenty of scenery and props to recreate the era of the revolution,” he said. Earlier, DiCaprio told Welt am Sonntag that would be interested in playing Russian President Vladimir Putin, Grigory Rasputin or Vladimir Lenin. Film director Vladimir Bortko also expressed his desire to work with the US-based…

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Haïti organise la conférence ministériel de l’AEC

Metropole Haiti

La 21ème réunion ordinaire du Conseil des ministres de l’Association des États des Caraïbes (AEC) se tiendra demain mardi 19 Janvier, 2016 à Pétion-Ville. Le Ministre haïtien des Affaires étrangères, Lener Renauld, prononcera le discours inaugural de cette réunion ministérielle. Les discussions entre les ministres sur le développement durable de la mer des Caraïbes et les résultats du Symposium I de la Commission mer des Caraïbes seront à l’ordre du jour de cette réunion. Les ministres débattront des conclusions et recommandations adoptées lors du Colloque des 23 et 24 novembre, 2015 à Port of Spain, République de Trinité-et-Tobago. La réunion…

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Donald Trump debate: Ban risks making tycoon a ‘martyr’


Banning Donald Trump from the UK risks turning him into a martyr, a Labour MP has claimed as the House of Commons debates the issue. Paul Flynn said Mr Trump’s call to ban Muslims from the US were “extremely dangerous”, branding the tycoon “impulsive and not well-informed”. But he said barring him from the UK risked being seen as anti-American. MPs are debating a petition, which has attracted 574,000 signatures, urging a ban in a crowded Commons event. Follow our live text and video coverage of the debate What is all the UK fuss about Donald Trump? Profile of Donald…

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Clinton hopes to shore up black voters’ support in face of Sanders surge

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Hillary Clinton will address a Martin Luther King Day rally at the South Carolina state house in Columbia this morning in an attempt to shore up her support among Southern African American voters as a firewall against the surging tide of Democratic rival Bernie Sanders. With polls tightening in Iowa and Sanders continuing to show a lead in New Hampshire where he has a home advantage, South Carolina, the first state in the South to hold a primary, is increasingly seen within the Clinton camp as an essential buttress against the senator for Vermont’s insurgency. Clinton advisers are mindful that Barack Obama defeated her in…

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