A Populist Leader Kicks Off a Culture War, Starting in Museums

The directors of publicly funded museums in Slovenia serve five-year terms, and many were scheduled to come up for renewal shortly after Mr. Jansa took power. “On the one side there’s people who want museums to be responsible, relevant and ethical, and places of understanding Continue Reading

Covid-19: White House criticises ‘chaotic’ vaccine rollout

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For Nicaragua’s Lobstermen, Deadly Dives Are All Too Common

PUERTO CABEZAS, Nicaragua — Every time he is out at sea, the lobster diver says a prayer just before he drops into the water in what has become a steadfast ritual since he nearly lost his life on a hunt three years ago. “God, help Continue Reading