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Ukraine 'paid Trump lawyer for talks'

Michael Cohen took at least $400,000 to arrange a meeting between Ukraine leader and Trump, sources tell BBC.

Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, received a secret payment of at least $400,000 (£300,000) to fix talks between the Ukrainian president and President Trump, according to sources in Kiev close to those involved.

The payment was arranged by intermediaries acting for Ukraine's leader, Petro Poroshenko, the sources said, though Mr Cohen was not registered as a representative of Ukraine as required by US law. Mr Cohen denies the allegation. The meeting at the White House was last June. Shortly after the Ukrainian president returned home, his country's anti-corruption agency stopped its investigation into Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort. A high-ranking Ukrainian intelligence officer in Mr Poroshenko's administration described what happened before the visit to the White House. Mr Cohen was brought in, he said, because Ukraine 's registered lobbyists and embassy in Washington DC could get Mr Poroshenko little more than a brief photo-op with Mr Trump. Mr Poroshenko needed something that could be portrayed as "talks". This senior official's account is as follows - Mr Poroshenko decided to establish a back channel to Mr Trump. The task was given to a former aide, who asked a loyal Ukrainian MP for help. He in turn used personal contacts in a Jewish charity in New York state, Chabad of Port Washington. This eventually led to Michael Cohen, the president's lawyer and trusted fixer. Mr Cohen was paid $400,000.    Who is Michael Cohen?    Why raid on lawyer a big deal   The man who helped Trump win

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Beware odd sounds, US warns staff in China

A US diplomatic employee suffers a brain injury after experiencing abnormal "sounds and pressure".

The US state department has urged its staff in China to alert them to any abnormal hearing or vision issues after one employee reported mystery symptoms. The person experienced "subtle and vague, but abnormal, sensations of sound and pressure", a statement said. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the incident was "medically similar" to suspected sonic attacks on diplomatic staff in Cuba . China said it was investigating "in a very responsible manner". China-US relations have been strained recently, amid fears of a trade war. The state department said it was taking the incident "very seriously", but the US has not accused China of being behind it. In a separate move, the US has rescinded its invitation to China to participate in the forthcoming Rim of the Pacific naval exercise, which brings together the military forces of more than 20 countries.  What is a covert sonic weapon?     What is a covert sonic weapon?   Is Trump losing China trade war?

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Saudi women's rights crackdown widens

Eleven people are now being held, activists say, just weeks before a ban on women driving is lifted.

File photo showing Saudi women's rights activist Aziza al-Yousef (27 September 2016)

Saudi Arabia has reportedly arrested three more women's rights activists in a crackdown launched just weeks before a ban on women driving will be lifted. Human rights groups said at least 11 people, most of them women who had long campaigned for the right to drive, had now been detained since last week. Officials have said they are suspected of "suspicious contact with foreign parties" and undermining "stability". Other activists have said the crackdown is "unprecedented" and "shocking". The US has expressed concern about the detentions and said it is "keeping a close eye" on the progress of reforms in the Gulf state, which is a key regional ally. King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, drew widespread praise last year when they announced that the decades-old ban on women driving would end on 24 June.   Saudi TV 'sorry' for airing women wrestlers    Have executions doubled in Saudi Arabia?   Who is Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed?   Saudi women troll 'You won't drive' trend   Video Saudi women prepare to hit the road    

World's most advanced jet in first combat

The US-made F-35 stealth fighter has seen its first ever combat action, flying in an operation for the Israeli air force.

The air force chief showed an image of jets over Beirut , Lebanon , and said the planes had "already attacked twice on two different fronts". Israel recently carried out scores of air strikes in Syria . The F-35, from the world's priciest military programme, has been criticised both for cost and combat effectiveness. Last year, Defence Secretary James Mattis had to defend the programme after then President-elect Donald Trump tweeted criticising its huge price, said to be close to $100m (£74m) per plane. 'Game-changer' Maj Gen Amikam Norkin told heads of 20 foreign air forces meeting in Israel : "We are flying the F-35 all over the Middle East and have already attacked twice on two different fronts." He did not specify the targets. "You know that we just won the Eurovision with the song 'Toy.' Well, the F-35 is not a toy," he said.  More at That side of the world

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Two Montreal police officers charged with dumping homeless man near Ontario border

Patrick Guay, 33, and Pierre-Luc Furlotte, 35, have been suspended with pay.

Two Montreal police officers have been charged with forcible confinement, assault and uttering threats for allegedly forcing a homeless man into a police cruiser, driving him off the island of Montreal and leaving him there in 2010. Two Montreal police officers were arrested Wednesday and will face charges of forcible confinement, assault and uttering threats for allegedly forcing a homeless man into a police cruiser and dumping him near the Ontario border. According to Radio-Canada, the two Station 20 officers, Patrick Guay, 33, and Pierre-Luc Furlotte, 35, turned themselves in at the Sûreté du Québec headquarters early Wednesday afternoon and have been released on a promise to appear in court at a later date. Guay and Furlotte have been suspended with pay. SQ Sgt. Claude Denis told CBC News the charges relate to an incident that took place in March 2010. He did not offer any further details.

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NFL clubs to be fined if players kneel

Players who do not stand for the anthem will be allowed to stay in the locker room until it is over.

NFL teams will be fined if players kneel for the US national anthem under a new policy.

The American football league said players who do not stand for the Star-Spangled Banner can stay in the locker room until it has been performed. The NFL also vowed to "impose appropriate discipline on league personnel who do not stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem".Players said the protests were against police brutality of African Americans. "It was unfortunate that on-field protests created a false perception among many that thousands of NFL players were unpatriotic," said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a statement accompanying Wednesday's new policy. "This is not and was never the case. This season, all league and team personnel shall stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem." NFL players were previously required to be on the field for the anthem, but there was no firm directive to stand during the song. The policy includes the provision that clubs can develop their own rules - so long as they abide by the league's directive - to handle players who do not wish to stand.    Decoding the NFL protests    Kaepernick: From one man to a movement   What must Americans do during the anthem?    Decoding the NFL protests

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Italian PM candidate faces CV scrutiny

Giuseppe Conte, 54, is accused of embellishing his academic record on his official CV.

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The law professor nominated to be Italy 's next prime minister is facing allegations he embellished his CV. Giuseppe Conte, 54, says on his resume that he "perfected his legal studies" at New York University . But a spokeswoman for the institution told the New York Times there was no record of him having studied there. The Five Star Movement and its prospective coalition partner, the League, are awaiting approval from Italy 's president to form a government. A spokeswoman for New York University told the BBC their records did "not reflect Giuseppe Conte having been at the university as a student or having an appointment as a faculty member". "While Mr Conte had no official status at NYU, he was granted permission to conduct research in the NYU Law library between 2008 and 2014, and he invited an NYU Law professor to serve on the board of an Italian law journal." Italy populist pact: What you should know   Italy's economy in charts   What the populist parties want   What exactly is populism?

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US guitar firm Gibson goes bust

It made an ill-fated acquisition of Philips' consumer audio division four years ago for $135m.

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Gibson, whose electric guitars have been played by stars including Elvis, Keith Richards and Jimmy Page, has filed for bankruptcy protection as it struggles with $500m (£367m) of debt.  Lenders will take control of the Nashville-based company, which was founded in 1902.  It made an ill-fated acquisition of Philips' consumer audio division four years ago for $135m.  Gibson will pull out of that business, and focus on musical instruments.   Chief executive Henry Juszkiewicz, who bought the company in 1986, said the Chapter 11 filing would assure the company's "long-term stability and financial health".   Image copyrightGETTY IMAGESImage captionKeith Richards of the Rolling Stones plays a Gibson guitar  Under the bankruptcy measures, Gibson will wind down its consumer audio business, whose brands include KRK, Cerwin Vega and Stanton headphones, loudspeakers and turntables. Mandolin origins The firm makes its electric guitars in Nashville and Memphis , while its acoustic guitars are manufactured in Bozeman , Montana . It sells more than 170,000 guitars annually in more than 80 countries, and said electric guitar sales jumped more than 10% to $122m in the 12 months to January. Lenders including Silver Point Capital, Melody Capital Partners and funds affiliated with KKR Credit Advisors will take a stake in the company. It aims to exit bankruptcy protection on 24 September. The earliest documented instrument produced by founder Orville Gibson was a mandolin made in 1894, with the company being officially founded eight years later.

Bahrain discovers huge offshore oilfield

The field contains up to 80 billion barrels of oil, dwarfing the Gulf kingdom's current reserves.

Bahrain says a newly-discovered oil field contains up to 80bn barrels of tight (or shale) oil, dwarfing the Gulf island kingdom's current reserves. Appraisals of the offshore Khaleej Al Bahrain basin by two US firms also suggest the presence of 280bn to 560bn cubic metres of natural gas. Oil Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa said it was not yet known how much oil could be extracted. But it could turn Bahrain into a major player in the global market. Officials expect extraction from the oil field to begin within five years, according to Bahrain 's national news agency. 'Long-term production' Before the discovery, Bahrain had proven crude reserves of just 125m barrels and 92bn cubic metres of natural gas. By comparison, neighbouring Saudi Arabia , the world's top oil exporter, has 266bn barrels of proven reserves. Qatar , the top exporter of liquefied natural gas, has 24tn cubic metres of gas. In recent years, the Bahraini government had responded to its relatively small reserves and falling oil prices by seeking to diversify the economy into other sectors, such as financial services and tourism.   Oil price hits three-year high of $70    Israel scraps UN migrant relocation deal    Last rebels 'begin leaving Syria enclave'

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Japan's Shoplifters wins Cannes Palme d'Or

Choosing the winner of festival's top gong, which went to Japanese indie filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-edu, was "painful" in light of the strong competition, said Blanchett.

Hirozaku Kore-Eda accepts the Palm d'Or (Golden Palm) for the movie Shoplifters (Manbiki Kazoku) during the Closing Awards Ceremony

The Japanese family drama Shoplifters has received the coveted award for best film, the Palme d'Or, at the Cannes Film Festival. The runner-up Grand Prix went to US director Spike Lee's anti-racism satire BlacKkKlansman. Led by actor Cate Blanchett, the jury announced their top picks after what was a politically charged festival. Disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, who sparked the #MeToo movement, was particularly called out. While presenting an award, Italian actress Asia Argento said: "I want to make a prediction: Harvey Weinstein will never be welcomed here ever again."     Spike Lee tells world to ‘wake up’   Cannes Film Festival: 10 films to watch   Whitney 'sexually abused', film claims

Kanye West slavery comment sparks outcry

The rapper suggests the enslavement of African Americans over centuries may have been a "choice".

US rapper Kanye West,

US rapper Kanye West has said the enslavement of African Americans over centuries may have been a "choice". "When you hear about slavery for 400 years ... for 400 years? That sounds like a choice," he said during an appearance on entertainment site TMZ. "We're mentally imprisoned," the star added. He recently made headlines for his support for President Trump. Black people were forcibly brought from Africa to the US during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries and sold as slaves.  West later tweeted that his comments on Tuesday had been misinterpreted and that he "brought up the 400 years point because we can't be mentally imprisoned for another 400 years". To the interviewers at TMZ, West said that "right now we're choosing to be enslaved", which provoked an angry response from a black member of staff at the company, Van Lathan. Mr Lathan said the rapper's comments appeared to be made with "the absence of thought". "You're entitled to believe whatever you want, but there is fact and real-world, real-life consequence behind everything that you just said," he added as the star stood still stroking his chin.   Kanye defends Trump in new song    Kim Kardashian defends Kanye's tweets   Kanye defends Trump in song  

Avengers set for weekend global record

The superhero sequel is estimated to have the highest ever global opening weekend take of $630m.

Avengers: Infinity War made history with a $630m (£457m) global opening weekend take, according to estimates. Industry tracker Exhibitor Relations made the estimate, even though the film has not yet opened in China . If confirmed, the superhero sequel would overtake The Fate of the Furious's $542m global opening weekend haul, a record set in 2017. The film is also seen taking the all-time domestic opening record, making $250m in the US alone. Official figures will come out on Monday, but this would put Avengers ahead of Star Wars: The Force Awakens' $248m take. Infinity War, directed by brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, cost between $300m and $400m to make. The film tracks a range of Marvel superheroes in their battle against villain Thanos. Actors including Robert Downey Jr, Scarlett Johansson, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chadwick Boseman and Chris Pratt, star in the sequel, the first of two parts. The conclusion is set to be released in May 2019.  Critics hail 'bedazzling' Infinity War    Avengers: Infinity War superhero count

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Black Panther takes $1bn at box office

Analysts say the superhero film, which has a predominantly black cast, is a watershed moment.

Marvel's superhero film Black Panther has taken more than a billion US dollars (£794m) at cinemas worldwide.

It is the fifth movie based in Disney's Marvel Universe to hit the milestone. The film stars Chadwick Boseman as the crime-fighting ruler of Wakanda, a fictional African nation with the most advanced technology on earth. Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o, Michael B Jordan and Daniel Kaluuya play key roles, with The Hobbit star Martin Freeman as CIA agent Everett Ross. The film has been widely praised as game-changing - including by Michelle Obama - for having a largely black cast and a black director, Ryan Coogler. Box office analyst Jeff Bock told the New York Times: "I think about it like a wall crumbling. In terms of Black Panther, no studio can say again, 'Oh, black movies don't travel, overseas interest will be minimal.'"   Video How to speak like Black Panther    'Why black people like me are refusing to be sub-plots

Frances McDormand's Oscar is stolen

A man is arrested for grand theft for taking Frances McDormand's best actress Oscar.

Frances McDormand and Oscar

A man has been arrested on suspicion of stealing Frances McDormand's Oscar after the awards ceremony on Sunday. Los Angeles Police have confirmed Terry Bryant was arrested for grand theft, after the statuette went missing from the Governor's Ball. The 47-year old was booked and has had bail set at $20,000 (£14,400). He will attend court at a future date. The statue has since been returned to the best actress winner. A representative for the actress told USA Today: "Fran and Oscar are happily reunited and are enjoying an In-N-Out burger together". LAPD said Bryant was a ticket holder for the Governor's Ball, which is the official formal dinner after the ceremony. McDormand had already had her name engraved on the statue at the ball before it went missing. The actress was celebrating her win of the award for best actress for her role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri .   Shape of Water and McDormand rule Oscars   The 11 BEST moments from Oscars night   When one Oscar dress is just not enough    Why's everyone talking about this outfit?   When one Oscar dress is just not enough

Medical News

 Cancer blood test ‘enormously exciting’

Scientists move nearer to one of the biggest goals in medicine - a universal blood test for cancer.

 

Scientists have taken a step towards one of the biggest goals in medicine - a universal blood test for cancer.

A team at Johns Hopkins University has trialled a method that detects eight common forms of the disease. Their vision is an annual test designed to catch cancer early and save lives. UK experts said it was "enormously exciting". However, one said more work was needed to assess the test's effectiveness at detecting early-stage cancers. Tumours release tiny traces of their mutated DNA and proteins they make into the bloodstream. The CancerSEEK test looks for mutations in 16 genes that regularly arise in cancer and eight proteins that are often released. It was trialled on 1,005 patients with cancers in the ovary, liver, stomach, pancreas, oesophagus, colon, lung or breast that had not yet spread to other tissues. Overall, the test found 70% of the cancers. Dr Cristian Tomasetti, from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, told the BBC: "This field of early detection is critical. "I think this can have an enormous impact on cancer mortality."  'Exciting' blood test spots cancer a year early       Test spots cancer a year early   Prostate test 'targets treatment'      Blood tests spot ovarian cancer early

Prostate cancer blood test 'helps target treatment'

Blood tests could help target precision drugs at the right people with cancer

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Scientists have developed a blood test that could pick out which men with advanced prostate cancer would benefit from a new drug treatment. The test detects cancer DNA in the blood, helping doctors check whether precision drugs are working. Cancer Research UK said the test could "greatly improve survival". But larger studies involving more men needed to take place to confirm if doctors could rely on the test, the charity said. Blood samples from 49 men with advanced prostate cancer were collected by researchers, as part of the phase II clinical trial of a drug called olaparib. This type of precision drug is seen as the future of cancer medicine but because it is a targeted treatment, the drug does not work for everyone.  Researchers from The Institute of Cancer Research and the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust said the test could help target treatment better and also reduce its side effects.  They used it to identify men who were not responding to the treatment in four to eight weeks and also to pick up signs that the cancer was evolving and becoming resistant to the drugs. 'Major impact'  Prof Johann de Bono, consultant medical oncologist at the two organisations, said: "From these findings, we were able to develop a powerful, three-in-one test that could in future be used to help doctors select treatment, check whether it is working and monitor the cancer in the longer term.

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Salmonella baby milk 'affects 83 countries'

The boss of French firm Lactalis says up to 12 million boxes of formula are now subject to a recall.

More than 12 million boxes of powdered baby milk have now been recalled in 83 countries in a salmonella scandal involving French company Lactalis. The dairy firm's CEO, Emmanuel Besnier, confirmed the extent of the contamination risk to French media. The products have been subject to a recall since December, after salmonella bacteria was discovered at a factory. Lawsuits have been filed by parents who say their children became unwell after drinking the formula. A spokesman told the BBC that all the countries affected had been informed, in Europe , Asia , Latin America and Africa . The UK , US and Australia were not affected, he added. The Lactalis group is one of the world's largest producers of dairy products, with annual sales of €17bn ($21bn; £15bn), It has 246 production sites in 47 countries and employs 15,000 people in France alone.

  Gaza conjoined twins survive separation

Baby girls Farah and Haneen, joined at the abdomen, are separated after surgery in Saudi Arabia .

Palestinian conjoined twins lie in an incubator at the nursery of the Shifa Hospital in Gaza City (02 October 2017)

A life-saving operation to separate a pair of Palestinian conjoined twins from Gaza has been successful, doctors say. The baby girls, named as Farah and Haneen, underwent surgery at King Abdullah Children's Hospital in Riyadh . They shared a leg but had separate hearts and lungs. The girls were flown to Saudi Arabia with their father after doctors warned their lives would be at risk if they remained in the Gaza StipLiving a conjoined life  The girls, who were born in October, were joined at the abdomen and lower body.  Doctors announced that the surgery had been a success in a statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency.  The agency said the operation required separating the intestine, liver and pelvic wall, and involved nine stages.   Living a conjoined life

India separated twin 'opens eyes'

 A team of 30 doctors carried out the operation - One of the twin boys who were conjoined at the head has opened his eyes four days after a historic surgery to separate them in India , a doctor says. Two-year-old Jaga has also responded to simple commands, including moving his limbs. He is on a ventilator and needs daily dialysis due to kidney problems. His brother, Kalia, is not yet conscious and has suffered seizures. The boys were born with shared blood vessels and brain tissues and a 16-hour surgery separated them.   A team of 30 doctors carried out the operation - the first of its kind in India - at a state-run hospital in the capital, Delhi . Both boys are stable and doctors are satisfied with their progress so far, Professor Deepak Gupta, who was involved in the operation, told the BBC.

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Los Angeles, CA, December 11, 2017 ― This New Year's Eve, Dr. Levi Harrison is hoping that people everywhere will resolve to make 2018 their healthiest year yet by incorporating fitness into their daily lives in a way that is both effective and sustainable. True fitness is about much more than a gym membership, Dr. Levi emphasizes. It's about adopting a lifestyle that balances mind, body, soul and spirit. Dr. Levi is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in hand, wrist and shoulder injuries. He is passionate about overall health and fitness and has developed a multi-faceted, multi-media approach to sharing his healthy lifestyle strategies. Every Wednesday at 10 a.m. PST on the Dr. Levi Show (available on YouTube, iTunes and iHeart Radio), Dr. Levi addresses emotional and spiritual aspects of wellness during interviews with a variety of motivational and inspirational guests. And his YouTube channel, @DrLeviharrison, is chock-full of videos demonstrating innovative stretches, strengthening and rehabilitative techniques for repetitive stress and sports injuries. His first book, The Art of Fitness: A Journey to Self Enhancement, is an encyclopedia of core-stabilizing and body-building exercises, with easy-to-follow instructions and photographs. The DVD, The Art of Fitness Cardio Core Workout, is a great accompaniment to the book. The DVD demonstrates aerobic, core and abdominal exercises that can elevate and improve any fitness level, with a bonus workout, Perfect Abs, for those who want additional abdominal work. Dr. Levi also provides ESPORTS coaching, motivational speaking and nutritional counseling. Dr. Levi Harrison earned his medical degree at The University of California at Davis School of Medicine and completed his fellowship at the internationally renowned Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center in Indianapolis . His practice in Los Angeles is a center of excellence for sports-related upper extremity and shoulder injuries as well as hand rehabilitation. He has appeared as a medical authority on The Dr. Oz Show, CNN, Fox TV, Studio 11 LA and the KTLA Morning News. Dr. Levi has also been featured in multiple gaming communities, including Yahoo Games, Kotaku, Geek & Sundry, Vice's Motherboard, Machinima, IGN, XM Radio and countless others for his groundbreaking work in preventing repetitive stress injury in the competitive ESPORTS community. For videos and more information about Dr. Levi, please visit http://drleviharrison.com/. The Art of Fitness: A Journey to Self Enhancement Publisher: Brio Press  ISBN-10: 1937061825  ISBN-13: 978-1937061821 Available from Amazon.com. Available from http://drleviharrison.com/. 12.13.17

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One Square Mile of Canada

Montreal is a French island in a predominantly English-speaking country

Montreal skyline

Montreal is The Best City In The World ?

It's known as La Main - "The Main" - and it's the lifeblood of Montreal . For the past three centuries this sweeping avenue, Boulevard St Laurent, has shaped the character of a city in the heart of French-speaking Canada . La Main was once the symbolic dividing line between the city's French and English speaking communities, with the boulevard a soft buffer attracting and absorbing waves of new immigrants. Today, it celebrates a cosmopolitan city with its array of little villages, from the Quartier Chinois, or Chinese quarter, to Little Italy and Portugal , along with strong remnants of an historic Jewish quarter.

What does it mean to be Canadian?

 With Asian trade and support for the monarchy rising, what does Canadian identity mean now?

What the Indians are trying to say, The French came as visitors and now they want the country for themselves?”  So they say "over my dead body" before Quebec becomes a republic. After all, they already killed millions of us since they arrived here. This is not a provocation but just letting them know we are still around and Quebec Nation is not going to happen as long as there are still Indians around. Please send your comments to the editor... MP Maxime Bernier defends language-law quip - Quebecers don't need Bill 101, "Not by imposing [French] and by preventing people from making their own decisions in matters that concern their personal lives."   Quebec militia leader faces death-threat charges Patriotic Militia of Quebec's website   Que. militia worries separatists   Death threats target Quebec English rights group    Letters threaten FLQ attacks in Montreal  Oops! Parti Quebecois are falling apart

QUEBEC NATION?

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Canada launches Arctic seabed quest

How much farther can the Separatist push the envelope to preserve a language that's hard to economically maintain? Aren't we bankrupt yet? Send your comments to charles@montrealtribune.com

Oh Canada How I Love You

The tour was to only last one hour. While the other educator and I waited for their arrival we decided we would not visit the Canadian galleries, since they were in another pavilion at the other end of the museum. We would choose the European Art collection to save time. They arrived twenty minutes late. My group had three mothers with eight children between the ages of two months and nine years old. Two Muslim mothers dressed in hijab and long over-... Quickly it was decided, even though time was limited, that we had to go visit the Canadian galleries. We showed the paintings, sculptures and objects from the Inuit, First Nations along with the first settlers from France and England . The children were mesmerized, listening to the legends and stories of the Canadian people. The mothers asked many insightful questions. As we toured from one gallery to the next, the mother from Benin began unapologetically to nurse her son. She didn’t ask for help or lag behind. She did what came naturally and continued to be an active participant. And the two other mothers? They held the infant’s head as she went to adjust her top and looked after her other child. Mothers from different parts of the world, nurturing, protecting and caring for one another. I witnessed the actions of a community. Being an Art Educator at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts affords me the opportunity to meet and interact with many people from all walks of life. I am very fortunate to live in a country where all people have equal rights and are valued for their uniqueness. Ennutsiak Nunavik 1896 – Iqaluit, Nunavut, 1967 Untitled (Birth Scene with Midwives) By Deirdre Potash, 2779 Honore Mercier Vaudreuil-Dorion Quebec J7V 8P5 Deirdre.potash@sympatico.ca (514) 999-8581 www.artwill.ca

What's the difference?

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It's Just A Question ©
By Conrad David Brillantes

Seriously, ask me!: Got a question? Anything in mind that bothers you because no one seems to listen? Send them in and I will try to find the answers. Your name will be kept confidential if requested, and no one will ever know.

The Montreal Tribune and its publishers are not responsible for all contents in this section. All Rights reserved. Copyright 2007 Conrad David Brillantes. All Questions or inquiries submitted are not edited...posted as they are received. Question: Why on earth the Separatist government of  the late Rene Levesque created the language law known as Bill 101? Answer: Actually, Robert Bourassa, Quebec Premier then started the controversial language law (Bill 22) which was duplicated and made it more complicated by government of Levesque. Note that Bill 101 was declared not valid by the Supreme Court of Canada but because of the veto option given to all provinces under the unfinished Canada constitution headed by Brian Mulroney, precipitated when Pierre Trudeau, prime minister of the day brought home the BNA (British North America Act - Canadian Constitution) to Canada, Quebec was able to maintain the law (Bill 101) ...  

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Poland buys famous da Vinci at discount

Poland buys the Czartoryski collection of about 86,000 artefacts for about 5% of its market value.

a woman posing for pictures beside a painting entitled "Portrait of Cecilia Gallerani" (The Lady with an Ermine) by Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci, London

The Polish government has bought a world-famous art collection, including a rare Leonardo da Vinci painting, for a fraction of its market value.

The Czartoryski collection was sold for €100m ($105m; £85m) despite being estimated at about €2bn. It includes Rembrandt and Renoir works, and da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine. The head of the Czartoryski family, which owned the collection, said it was a "donation", but the board of its foundation resigned in protest. The Czartoryski Foundation's management board said it was not consulted about the sale, which was negotiated between Poland 's culture ministry and Adam Karol Czartoryski, a descendent of Princess Izabela Czartoryska, who founded the collection in 1802. Mr Czartoryski, the foundation's head, said he was following his ancestors who "always worked for the Polish nation". "I felt like making a donation and that's my choice," he said. The collection is made up of about 86,000 artefacts, as well as 250,000 manuscripts and books. Most of the artworks are housed in the National Museum in the southern city of Krakow . All are now the property of the Polish state.  Scans reveal hidden Leonardo works

Stolen Van Gogh paintings found in Italy

Italian police have recovered two famous Van Gogh paintings stolen from an Amsterdam museum in 2002, officials say.

Vincent van Gogh, View of the Sea at Scheveningen, 1882     Vincent van Gogh, Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen, 1884 - 1885

Italian police have recovered two Van Gogh paintings stolen during a dramatic raid on an Amsterdam museum in 2002.

The works were recovered from the Naples mafia, they said. The Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam said the works were found during a "massive, continuing investigation" by Italian prosecutors and organised crime officials. The paintings were taken when thieves used a ladder and sledgehammers to break into the museum. They were among assets worth millions of euros seized from the Camorra group, Italian reports said. Image copyrightVAN GOGH MUSEUMImage captionVan Gogh's father was a minister at the Reformed Church in Nuenen The theft of the two works, described as priceless, led to criticism of security at the world's major art museums. The thieves broke into the museum through the roof during the night of 6-7 December 2002 and used sledgehammers to break a first-floor window. 

  Forger jailed for bogus paintings   Munch's The Scream sold for $120 million

Painting sale sets $300 million record

Gauguin painting breaks sale record at nearly $300m

Two women look at the painting "Nafea faa ipoipo" (When will you marry?, 1892) by French painter Paul Gauguin on display in the Fondation Beyeler in Riehen, Switzerland, 06 February 2015  

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Van Gogh's poppies sells for $61.8m

A floral masterpiece by Vincent van Gogh, painted in the closing stages of his life, sells in New York for $61.8m (£38.7m).

Still Life, Vase with Daisies, and Poppies by Vincent Van Gogh

Van Gogh's striking canvas is dominated by the red of the poppies

A floral masterpiece by Vincent van Gogh, painted in the closing stages of his life, has sold in New York for $61.8m (£38.7m). Still Life, Vase with Daisies, and Poppies exceeded its estimate of up to $50m (£31.3m) at the Sotheby's auction. A 1951 piece by Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti fetched more than $100m (£62.7m), but fell just short of the record $104.3m (£65.3m) for the artist. A sculpture by Amedeo Modigliani set a new benchmark for his work. Tete, an elongated head created in 1911-12 from a block of limestone scavenged from a Paris building site, was sold for more than $70m (£44.2m). Van Gogh's painting was created at the French home of his doctor just months before his death in 1890 and was one of the few works he sold during his lifetime. But it fell far short of the auction record for a piece by the Dutch artist, which stands at $82.5m (£51.6m). Sotheby's said the painting was bought by a private bidder from Asia . Portrait of Dr Gachet - the physician whose flowers he captured in this latest work to sell - went under the hammer for a record in 1990.

Germany to release confiscated art   -   Owner gives up on 'Chagall' painting    Stolen Rembrandt found 15 years on

Matisse's Femme Assise  Chagall Painting  Rembrandt's painting Child with a Soap Bubble

A 17th Century painting by Dutch master Rembrandt is recovered in France , 15 years after it was stolen. - The painting measures 60cm by 49cm and was said to be in a good condition

A 17th Century painting by Dutch master Rembrandt has been recovered in France , 15 years after it was stolen. L'enfant a la bulle de savon (Child with soap bubble), valued at 3.2m euros (£2.7m), was taken from a museum in the southern city of Draguignan in 1999. Two men were arrested in Nice on Tuesday, according to the Agence France Presse (AFP) news agency. Police said they received information that a transaction was due to take place in a hotel the following day. The men, aged 46 and 53, one of whom was described as a former insurer, appeared in court in Nice on Thursday, AFP said. They were reported to be known to police for previous petty crimes. Police are still looking for other suspects.

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Monet and Picasso among art theft

Paintings by artists including Picasso, Matisse, Monet, Gauguin and Freud have been stolen from a museum in Rotterdam . Police in the Netherlands said the works were taken from the Kunsthal Museum early on Tuesday morning. The museum is showing works from the Triton Foundation as part of its 20th anniversary celebrations. The paintings include Monet's Waterloo Bridge , Picasso's Tete d'Arlequin, Matisse's La Liseuse en Blanc et Jaune and Freud's Woman with Eyes Closed.  Monet water lilies sells for $43 million    Monet artwork bequeathed by reclusive heiress  "Madame Leon Clapisson": The visualization (right) is produced using advanced image processing software - Conservation scientists in Chicago produce a stunning visualization of how they think a Renoir painting might have looked before its colors faded. Researchers in Chicago have produced a visualization of how they think a Renoir could have looked before its colors faded. The picture of Madame Valentine Clapisson was painted by the great French Impressionist more than 130 years ago. The original's impact has been degraded and dulled by the action of light. But by using the latest analytical tools, conservators have been able to recover a sense of Renoir's rich reds."When we first brought this picture into the conservation studio for examination and removed the frame, we noticed that at the top and at the left-hand side there was a sliver of very intense colour," recalls Dr Francesca Casadio from The Art Institute of Chicago. "This tipped us off to the fact that the mood of this painting that is now pretty cool and restrained with light purples and blues was once far more vibrant," she told BBC News.

Bankruptcy may not be the answer

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