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Aerial photos reveal the stark divide between rich and poor These are external links and will open in a new window Aerial images by drone photographer Johnny Miller reveal the dramatic divide between rich and poor in cities in South Africa, Mexico and India. Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com The photos are part of Mr Miller’s Unequal Scenes project, which he started in April 2016 to challenge people’s acceptance of inequality. The South African-based photographer says: “From the minute you land in Cape Town, you are surrounded by shacks. “Literally, tin shacks surround the airport, which you have to drive past for about 10 minutes, until you reach the more affluent suburbs where privileged people (myself included) live.” Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image caption Vukuzenzele, Sweet Home, Cape Town. Mr Miller continues: “This is the status quo in Cape Town, in South Africa, and in many parts of the world – but that’s a status quo that I’m not OK with. “To paraphrase Barack Obama, I believe that inequality is the defining challenge of this generation.” Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com The overhead angle, known as “nadir view”, reveals borders made up of fences, roads or wetlands between rich and poor. On one side lie poor housing and on the other affluent homes and mansions. Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image caption Papwa Sewgolum Golf Course, Durban. Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Image copyright Johnny Miller / mediadrumimages.com Finding the best places to shoot drone photography takes Mr Miller a lot of research. “I identify where to take the photographs through a variety of tools …
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Lane could become the first hurricane to directly make landfall in Honolulu since Hawaii became a state, Axios reported. “If the storm were to make a significant impact on the island of Oahu, in particular, it could cause flooding at Honolulu International Airport, the oil refinery at Barbers Point, and several large military installations, including Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam,” it noted. While the Big Island, at most immediate risk from Lane, has been hit by tropical depressions and storms, it also has never been struck directly by a hurricane-strength storm in modern records. The hurricane center urged residents of Hawaii to prepare for the storm. In Kona, on the Big Island, it cautioned that at least 4 to 8 inches of rain could fall and that winds could exceed tropical-storm force (39 mph). On Tuesday morning, Lane was 450 miles south-southeast of Kona, tracking west at 12 mph. Over the next day, the storm is predicted to turn more to the north, but how sharply is the critical question. The sharper the turn, the more likely one or more islands will receive a direct hit. If the storm takes a more westerly course, it may just brush the islands.
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“It’s actually breathtaking,” said Craig Holman of the liberal watchdog group Public Citizen. “We haven’t seen this many indictments and convictions even during the whole Watergate period,” he said. “The Trump administration’s only been around for about a year and a half.” “There is no draining of the swamp going on here,” he added. “That is very clear.” The image of corruption has been helped along by a spate of Republican elected officials charged in recent weeks with crimes. Most recently, Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine) was indicted Tuesday on charges of illegally using $250,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses. Earlier this month, Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.) was indicted on insider trading charges. Collins and Hunter were among the first Republican members of the House to back Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. For Republicans, meanwhile, the developments in court only deepen the problems they face with a midterm election that’s just 11 weeks away. The mounting legal furor surrounding Trump poses a near-hopeless choice for many Republican candidates, said veteran pollster Peter Hart.
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