Images can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . The National Museum was the oldest scientific institution in the country and held around 20 million artefacts spanning 11,000 years, including various early indigenous works of art, the largest meteorite ever discovered in Brazil and the oldest human skull discovered in the Americas, nicknamed Luzia. The status of the institution’s most important works remains unknown. Reactions from the São Paulo biennial (7 September-9 December) At the launch of the 33rd Bienal de Sāo Paulo on Tuesday (4 September), Eduardo Saron, the vice president of the biennial foundation, said: “This is catastrophic, I’ve cried a lot. It is a defeat for all of us, for mankind. We are lacking a state policy for culture. There is no overarching policy for heritage. Maybe the death of this museum will force the government to move forward.” “Our government does not care for its heritage; it is despicable. These [destroyed] items were from all over the world,” said Danilo Miranda, the director of the non-profit cultural and business body Sesc (Serviço Social do Comércio), at the launch. “We are currently going through an electoral process [a presidential election will be held next month], and I have not seen one word on art or culture.” The Brazilian artist Letícia Ramos is showing a selection of works at the Pivo exhibition space in Sāo Paulo (Universal History of the Earthquakes, until 27 October).
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Car scammers appear in Oregon newspaper classifieds; 3 Things To Know Today Car scammers appear in Oregon newspaper classifieds; cougar hunt is on; We Three eliminated; 3 Things To Know Today Published: 9:16 AM PDT September 13, 2018 A classified ad for a 2008 Honda Accord in Oregon newspapers is a trap set by a grifter. (KGW) Car scammers appear in Oregon newspaper classifieds again – The 2008 Honda Accord looked familiar to KGW investigative reporter Kyle Iboshi. The same car was used in a scam in the Oregonian classified ads two years ago when Iboshi first covered the con. If you inquire about buying the Honda, a grifter tells you he’s a vet who just got divorced. Search for cougar involved in fatal attack to begin Thursday – The search for the cougar will include hounds trained to pick up a cougar’s scent. If searchers find a cougar, they will kill it , and use DNA evidence to confirm it was the cougar that killed Diana Bober. “We are going to be as humane as possible when we do that,” said Brian Wolfer of the ODFW. We Three, a sibling trio from McMinnville, will be featured on “America’s Got Talent” Judge Cuts Tuesday, July 31. (Photo: Bethany Hope Palacios) We Three eliminated in semifinals of ‘America’s Got Talent’ – While Mel B picked the sibling We Three group from McMinnville to advance to the finals, the other three judges selected singer Daniel Emmet to move on. The group tweeted “for those of you who found us on this AGT journey, we hope you stick around. We can’t wait for what’s next.”
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Critics say its surveillance in Xinjiang approaches martial law conditions. “As to surveillance, China is learning from the UK,” Li said. “Your per capita CCTV is much higher than that for China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region.” U.S. ‘looking at situation’ on China’s Muslim crackdown: official Europe’s top rights court ruled on Thursday that Britain had violated privacy and free speech with a “Big Brother” electronic surveillance program. Li said it was normal practice for Xinjiang police to use closed-circuit television for the public good, especially after ethnic riots in 2009, which were blamed on “foreign forces”. He said the Xinjiang education centers were not “detention centers or re-education camps”, which he dismissed as “the trademark product of eastern European countries”, an apparent reference to Soviet Gulag detention camps during the Cold War. “To put it straight, it’s like vocational training … like your children go to vocational-training schools to get better skills and better jobs after graduation. “But these kind of training and education centers only accept people for a short period of time – some people five days, some seven days, 10 days, one month, two months.” He rejected the idea of having a U.N. expert visit the region, saying there was no need.