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L'Oreal says it is working with start-ups and research institutions to bioprint skin that can actually "feel." PARIS, France — French beauty and cosmetics giant L'Oreal is working on a form of synthetically produced skin that it says will one day be able to "feel" like we do. At the Viva Technology conference in Paris last week, L'Oreal showed off demonstrations of "bioprinting," technology that can 3D print humanlike skin, in action. L'Oreal says it ceased testing its products on animals back in 1989, long before it was required by regulation. We're doing it internally but also working with external partners as well," Balooch told CNBC at the firm's booth at VivaTech.
Persons: Balooch Organizations: L'Oreal, Viva Technology, CNBC Locations: PARIS, France, Paris, VivaTech
CNN —There seems to be a doctrine within the National Security Council in the Biden administration: escalation aversion. Ukraine requested Javelins and Stingers before the full-scale war began when Russia invaded Ukraine in February of 2022. After the battle of Kyiv was won, Ukraine requested MiG-29s, which Poland agreed to provide in exchange for Western fighters. Ukraine requested Abrams tanks and Bradley infantry fighting vehicles for trench warfare in the east. During the Cold War, nuclear threats were not uncommon, but the US didn’t keep them from advancing its foreign policy interests.
Persons: Adam Kinzinger, Kinzinger, Ben Hodges, Biden, Vladmir Putin, Putin, Let’s, Abrams, Olaf Scholz, Emmanuel Macron, Annegret Hilse, Donald Trump’s Organizations: CNN, Republican, House Foreign Affairs, Air National Guard, US Army Europe, US Army, National Security Council, Ukraine, MiG, Western, Patriot, HIMARS, Bradley, ATACMS, NATO, Kyiv, Twitter, Facebook Ukraine Locations: Illinois, Ukraine, France, Germany, Russian, Russia, Kyiv, Poland, West, Vietnam, Afghanistan
The term "Asian American" was first coined in 1968 amid the rising voices of the Third World Liberation Front student movements in California. With tensions from protests against the Vietnam War and calls for universities to invest in ethnic studies programs, the Asian American identity was born out of advocacy for multiethnic unity among the Asian diaspora. Historical photographs showcase the history of Asian American resistance movements from the 1960s to the 1980s, demonstrating the strength and resilience of the Asian American community among tenants, students, and laborers. For the next five years, Filipino and Mexican American workers continued to strike for economic justice for all farm workers. AdvertisementThe same year, Yuji Ichioka and Emma Gee, both graduate students and key organizers of the Asian American Political Alliance, coined the term "Asian American."
Persons: Delano, Cesar Chevez's Huelga, Julio Hernandez, Larry Itliong, Cesar Chavez, Gerald French, Chavez, Ted Streshinsky, Slava J, Garth Eliassen, Yuji Ichioka, Emma Gee, Dave Randolph, Sheriff Richard Hongisto, Terry Schmitt, Emil de Guzman, May Chen, Walter Leporati, Chol Soo Lee, Yip Yee Tak, Lee, John O'Hara, Chol, Lee's, Jerry Telfer, Vincent Chin, Vincent, Lily Chin, Detroit . Chin, Ronald Ebens, Michael Nitz, Ebens, Helen Zia, Victor Yang, Chin, Chin's Organizations: Liberation, Business, American, Agricultural Labor, Committee, Delano, Getty, Labor, National Farm Workers Association, United Farm Workers, Migratory Labor, National Farm Workers, University of California, University of California Regents, Black Student Union, UC Berkeley, Asian American Political Alliance, San Francisco State University, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, . Police, Chinatown Community Development Center, Manilatown Heritage Foundation, Images Garment Worker, Ladies Garment Workers Union, International Ladies Garment Workers Union, San, Korean American Journalists Association, Asian, Lee Defense, Hall of Justice, The, American Citizens, Justice, Department of Justice, FBI Locations: California, Vietnam, Asia, San Francisco, Mexican, Bakersfield , California, Spanish, Washington, Delano, Sacramento, American, Berkeley, Berkeley , California, Africa, America, San, Los Angeles, Kearny, New York, Chinatown, Columbus, councilmen, San Quentin, Detroit ., Detroit
Wheelchair tennis player Diede de Groot, though, has been unequivocally the dominant constant in the face of those challenges. Diede De Groot is one of the most decorated tennis players of all time. “Twenty years ago wheelchair tennis was one of the biggest Paralympic sports in the Netherlands,” says De Groot. So, it’s just a coincidence … but it’s a funny coincidence!”De Groot has won a total of 39 grand slam titles. It’s a really fun time to be a wheelchair tennis player.”De Groot has noticed a recent improvement in visibility for wheelchair players.
Persons: CNN —, Diede de Groot, , ” De Groot, “ They’re, Diede De Groot, Scott Barbour, De Groot, , , Groot, I’m, ” De, Frank Franklin II, Esther Vergeer’s, Roland Garros, Vergeer, Shingo Kunieda, De Groot’s, Vergeer’s –, Julian Finney, , Mike Hewitt, , Alfie Hewitt, Novak … he’s, Dylan Alcott, It’s, Lewis Storey, I’ve, “ It’s, Ivan Alvarado Organizations: CNN, Wheelchair, Paralympic, De, Getty, Lawn Tennis Association, Tennis Centre, ATP, WTA, Miami Open, Wimbledon, Tokyo Games, Reuters Locations: Paris, Dutch, Amstelveen, Netherlands, Woerden, Miami, Tokyo, Rio
Alexander Zverev of Germany in action against David Goffin of Belgium in the second round of the men's singles at Roland Garros on May 30, 2024 in Paris, France. The French Open has banned alcohol from the stands in a bid to clamp down on fan behavior at Roland Garros. The first week of the tournament has seen a raucous atmosphere and there was an incident on Wednesday when Belgian David Goffin claimed a spectator spat chewing gum at him during his five sets victory over France's Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard. Tournament director Amelie Mauresmo also said security would be improved and umpires will be instructed to be stricter with the crowd during the match. "The umpires are really going to be even more strict to further respect to the players and respect the game.
Persons: Alexander Zverev of, David Goffin of, Roland Garros, Belgian David Goffin, France's Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard, Iga Swiatek, Naomi Osaka, Amelie Mauresmo, Mauresmo, we're Organizations: Belgian Locations: Alexander Zverev of Germany, David Goffin of Belgium, Paris, France
The loosening of the restrictions marks a break from long-standing policy and comes amid growing international pressure from close US allies. But it is limited to the area around Kharkiv, and Ukraine has not requested permission beyond that, the official said, adding that they do not anticipate the US widening the area allowed. Russian forces, ammunitions depots and logistical hubs can now be targeted with US-provided artillery and rockets across the border from Kharkiv in western Russia. But the prohibition has blocked Ukraine from targeting Russian aircraft that are on the ground inside Russia. “Ukrainian soil is being attacked from bases in Russia,” Macron said during a visit to Schloss Meseberg in Brandenburg, Germany.
Persons: Joe Biden, , Antony Blinken, ” Blinken, Olaf Scholz, Emmanuel Macron, ” Macron, Germany’s Scholz, Macron’s Organizations: CNN, Politico, Kyiv, US Locations: Ukraine, Kharkiv, Russia, Russian, Washington, Moldova, , Meseberg, Brandenburg, Germany, United States
We asked seven pro investors to identify the best trades of their careers and explain how the lessons from those decisions still apply today. The CBOE Volatility Index, also known as the VIX, shot above 40, essentially meaning traders were betting that the stock market would be exceptionally rocky over the following month. Jeff Muhlenkamp, lead portfolio manager at Muhlenkamp & CompanyJeff Muhlenkamp Muhlenkamp & CompanyJeff Muhlenkamp's namesake Muhlenkamp Fund (MUHLX) has been in the top 3% of its category in the past half-decade, thanks to trades like one he pulled off on Chinese internet firm Baidu (BIDU). "I pretty much expected, 'OK, if I get a double out of this in five years, I'll be happy' — that's pretty decent money," Muhlenkamp said. He noted that industrials within the Russell Mid Cap value index have returned 116% over the previous five years.
Persons: , That's, Michael Burry, Warren Buffett, Berkshire, Rob Arnott, Tim Boyle, Arnott, I'd, Bob Elliott, Bob Elliott's, Elliott, Jeff Muhlenkamp, Jeff Muhlenkamp Muhlenkamp, Jeff Muhlenkamp's, Muhlenkamp, you've, Sona Menon, Cambridge Associates Sona Menon, Bryant VanCronkhite, Allspring Bryant VanCronkhite Allspring Bryant VanCronkhite, VanCronkhite, Russell, industrials, James Davolos, Davolos, George Patton, Harley Bassman, Harley Bassman's, Bassman, Merrill Lynch, I'm Organizations: Service, American Express, Business, Research, Bloomberg, Getty, Bridgewater Associates, Treasury, Securities, Muhlenkamp, Baidu, Google, North, Cambridge Associates, Allspring, Horizon Kinetics, Opportunities Fund, Credit Suisse Locations: industrials, West Africa, New York City, Guinea
CNN —Iga Świątek criticised the French Open crowd for shouting during points following her tense second-round victory against Naomi Osaka on Wednesday. When you scream something during the rally or right before the return, it’s really, really hard to be focused … This is serious for us, we’re fighting our whole lives to be better and better and sometimes it’s just hard to accept that. “Osaka vs Swiatek is a brilliant watch,” Andy Murray posted on X, adding that the sport should be doing more to promote the match. CNN has contacted the French Open for comment regarding fan behaviour. “It’s hard to have any logical thoughts because it was really intense and on a really high level,” Świątek told reporters.
Persons: Iga Świątek, Naomi Osaka, Świątek, Roland Garros, Philippe Chatrier, , , ” Świątek, it’s, Andy Murray, Osaka, Jean, Francois Badias, Justine Henin, Jana Fett, Marie Bouzková Organizations: CNN, Osaka, , Swiatek, Świątek Locations: Swiatek, Osaka, Madrid, Rome, Czech
watch nowArtificial intelligence for cancer screening has taken off. So, it is quite a challenge," said Brittany Berry-Pusey, CEO of AI screening startup Avenda Health. Nearly 600 of them have been radiology AI applications approved in the last five years. Thorwarth wrote that AI reimbursement is complex and establishing billing codes for every approved AI tool is "problematic." RadNet's executives compare the process with AI screening to the radiology industry's experience with digital breast Tomosynthesis, known as 3D mammography.
Persons: Brittany Berry, Pusey, Porte, Julien De Rosa, Berry, William Thorwarth, Thorwarth, mammography, Rodrigo Cerda, Cerda, RadNet, Greg Sorensen, RadNet's, Sorensen Organizations: FDA, Food and Drug Administration, Porte de, Afp, Getty, American Medical Association, American College of Radiology, Centers, Medicare, Medicaid Services, CNBC, Artificial Intelligence, Blue Cross Locations: Paris, New Jersey
With her biggest triumph in years, Naomi Osaka lost to world No. 1 and three-time defending champion Iga Swiatek at the French Open today, Wednesday May 29. Few even considered that Osaka, less than a year after giving birth, with little success on clay, would stand a chance. Swiatek saved a match point, then let Osaka’s errors bring her back on serve. A killer cross-court backhand winner brought her to match point, and then she watched Osaka send one more backhand long.
Persons: Naomi Osaka, Iga Swiatek, It’s, Swiatek, Roland Garros, Philippe, Osaka, Richard Gasquet, Mateo Villalba Organizations: Wednesday, Osaka, Getty Locations: Osaka, California
Now, Kylian Mbappé, who is widely expected to imminently join Real Madrid, says he’s looking forward to the challenge of playing in a new country. Spada/LaPresse/ShutterstockThe first time Real came calling for Mbappé was when the forward was just 13 years old. In his comic book, “Je m’appelle Kylian (I’m called Kylian),” Mbappé describes his dreams of one day playing in the famed white shirt of Los Blancos. We won the league and went to the semifinal of the Champions [League], but I did nothing important in the world of football. I’m French, I’m from Paris, so it was something special.
Persons: Italy CNN —, Germain, Kylian Mbappé, imminently, ” Mbappé, Amanda Davies, , , “ It’s, it’s, Mbappé, Real, , Frenchman, Matthias Hangst, Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo Nazário, Luís Figo, David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaká –, Karim Benzema, Vinícius Jr, Jude Bellingham, Will Mbappé, Alain Jocard, I’m, “ I’ve, that’s Organizations: Italy CNN, Paris Saint, Real Madrid, CNN, Globe Soccer, PSG …, French, PSG, Global, France, Real, Borussia Dortmund, Champions League, London’s Wembley, League, Bayern Munich, RC Lens, Getty, Paris, AS Monaco, Ligue, Champions, Locations: Sardinia, Italy, Spada, Paris, Qatar, Real Madrid, Lyon, London’s, France, England, Spain, Germany, Lisbon, AFP, Monaco
But this is the global system we do have and, within it, some billionaires are behaving much more generously and ethically than others. Melinda French Gates is one of the good ones. French Gates has long been an advocate for family planning and women’s rights abroad, and now she’s dedicating $1 billion through 2026 to those issues. Female billionaires, in other words, are far more likely than male ones to give away substantial portions of their wealth. So yes, we can applaud the good billionaires who give their wealth away, even if we think that they are representative of a bigger inequality problem.
Persons: Jill Filipovic, , Melinda French Gates, French Gates, it’s, She’s, Gates, MacKenzie Scott, Jeff Bezos, Scott, Forbes, Elon Musk, Larry Ellison, Warren Buffett, Larry Page, Ellison, Page, Buffett, Donald Trump’s, Sam Altman, Bill Gates, Scarlett Johansson, that’s, George Soros, doesn’t Organizations: Twitter, CNN, Gates Foundation, The New York Times, Forbes ’, Forbes, Elon, Facebook Locations: New York, United States, French, The, New Zealand, There’s
CNN —Archaeologists in France have uncovered nine “astonishing” graves containing the skeletons of 28 horses that were buried about 2,000 years ago, though their precise cause of death remains a mystery. All these horses were buried at the same time shortly after their deaths, archaeologists said after observing the position of the skeletons and the connections between the bones. That leaves, archaeologists said, the possibilities that these horses were either killed in battle or as part of a ritual sacrifice. The horses may have been killed in battle or sacrificed. If these horses were indeed buried as part of a ritual rather than killed in battle, the sheer number shows the “importance and extent of the sacrifice,” the statement added.
Persons: Julius Caesar, Gaul Organizations: CNN — Archaeologists, French National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research, Inrap Locations: France, Villedieu
🇫🇷 Caroline Garcia (21), 6-3, 6-3Caroline Garcia (21), 6-3, 6-3 🇬🇷 Stefanos Tsitsipas (9) def. 🇳🇱 Jesper de Jong (Q), 6-3, 6-4, 2-6, 6-2🇳🇱 Jesper de Jong (Q), 6-3, 6-4, 2-6, 6-2 🇷🇺 Andrey Rublev (6) def. 🇪🇸 Pedro Martinez, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3🇪🇸 Pedro Martinez, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3 🇵🇱 Iga Swiatek (1) def. 🇸🇮 Tara Zidansek, 6-3, 6-4🇸🇮 Tara Zidansek, 6-3, 6-4 🇮🇹 Jannik Sinner (2) def. 🇫🇷 Richard Gasquet, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4🇫🇷 Richard Gasquet, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 🇷🇺 Pavel Kotov def.
Persons: Roland Garros, Naomi Osaka Naomi Osaka, Iga Swiatek, Ash Barty, Philippe, Chatrier, Swiatek, Tim Clayton, Corbis, she’s, , , Naomi Osaka, Ben Shelton, Kei Nishikori, queueing, Stan Wawrinka, Andy Murray, Jannik, Richard Gasquet, Sofia Kenin, Caroline Garcia, Garcia didn’t, Jesper de Jong, Jesper De Jong, olin e Garcia, Garcia, 7-5, Coco Gauff, 6-4 🇮🇹, 🇫🇷 Rich, Katie V, Dani, oren, Mathieu 🇺🇸 Madi, Clive Br Organizations: Getty, Swiatek, Philippe Locations: Osaka, Swiatek, Paris, 6-2, 6
There will be no French fries for the 15,000 athletes at the Olympic Games that open in France in July. Yes, you read that right. In what is being called the biggest restaurant in the world — a 700-foot-long former electrical power plant at the heart of the Olympic Village — there will be no foie gras, either, but vegetarian hot dogs and quinoa muesli will abound. This is a far cry from the classic French cuisine of elaborate sauces and “enough melted butter to thrombose a regiment,” as A.J. Liebling once described a dish.
Persons: Stéphane Chicheri, Charles Guilloy, Liebling Organizations: Olympic Games, Olympics Locations: France
French startup Vizcab has secured a fresh $4.9 million in its Series A extension. Vizcab's AI-driven platform helps calculate the Life Cycle Assessment of construction projects. Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest on the culture & business of sustainability — delivered weekly to your inbox. Vizcab, which launched in 2015, has developed a software platform that calculates the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of construction projects to reduce their carbon impact. It measures how environmentally efficient each stage of a given project is, and how much CO2 the project may emit.
Organizations: Service, Business
And it’s a style that Melinda French Gates appears to be emulating, at least partly, in her newly solo philanthropic venture. Now independent of that organization, French Gates is free to take bets on organizations and communities regardless of their size or ability to demonstrate their impact. Scott and French Gates’ ex husbands, meanwhile, aren’t getting as many kudos for their charitable work as they might like. Gates, with a net worth of $154 billion, has also faced criticism for the Gates Foundation’s methods. “That can’t happen through the Gates Foundation’s father-knows-best, look-at-me brand of bureaucratic philanthropy.”
Persons: CNN Business ’, New York CNN —, Ivana Trump, Don’t, MacKenzie Scott, Jeff Bezos, Melinda French Gates, Gates, Bill Gates, “ I’m, Scott, it’s, ” Amir Pasic, Indiana University Lilly, ” That’s, ” Pasic, , Gates ’, aren’t, Bezos, hadn’t, Tim Schwab, Organizations: CNN Business, New York CNN, Club, New York Times, Indiana University, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Women’s, Gates, CNN, Bloomberg Locations: New York, Maui, Bezos, Gates, Nation
France's president said Ukraine should be allowed to use Western weapons to hit targets in Russia. Other Western leaders have urged allies to lift the ban on Ukraine using their weapons in Russia. AdvertisementFrench President Emmanuel Macron said Ukraine should be allowed to use weapons supplied by its Western allies to target positions inside Russia — but on one condition. Macron said at a press conference on Tuesday that Ukraine should be able to target military bases in Russia that are directly used to launch attacks on Ukraine. "We think that we should allow them to neutralize the military sites from which the missiles are fired and, basically, the military sites from which Ukraine is attacked," he told reporters.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, , Macron Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Ukraine, Russia
A top McDonald's executive is weighing in on claims that the company has jacked up its prices. Joe Erlinger, president of McDonald's USA, said in an open letter Wednesday that the average price of McDonald's menu items is up around 40% since 2019. Erlinger said the average price of a Big Mac meal today is $9.29, up 27% from $7.29 in 2019. The price for a 10-piece McNuggets meal is up 28% over the same period, and the price of medium french fries increased 44%. Erlinger added the cost increases are tied to similar increases in input costs such as crew salaries and cost of goods.
Persons: Joe Erlinger, Erlinger, we've Organizations: McDonald's, House Republicans Locations: McDonald's USA
CNN —Vanity Fair France has issued an apology after editing a photo of actor Guy Pearce, in which a Palestinian flag pin he wore is not visible. The move, which was quickly called out on social media, has been labeled by some as an attempt at censorship. But social media sleuths detected an issue. An apology was also posted to social media on Sunday. Following the Vanity Fair France controversy, Pearce reiterated his support for the Palestinian cause in a post on X, writing “Palestinians are being murdered as we speak.
Persons: Guy Pearce, Pearce, Sebastian Stan, Bella Hadid, Yves Saint Laurent, , Saskia Lawaks “, , Condé Nast, ” Pearce, Benjamin Netanyahu Organizations: CNN, Cannes, Palestinian, Ministry of Health, Hamas Locations: Palestinian, Gaza, Israel, Rafah, Israeli
Emmanuel Macron, France's president, during a news conference with Olaf Scholz, Germany's chancellor, not pictured, in Meseberg, Germany, on Tuesday, May 28, 2024. Ukraine should be allowed to use Western arms against Russian military sites used to target Ukraine, French President Emmanuel Macron said late Tuesday, bowing to ongoing requests from Kyiv. "How can we explain to Ukraine that they need to protect their cities . Macron was joined by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who agreed Ukraine should be allowed to defend its territory as long as it respected the conditions of the weapons suppliers. Russian President Vladimir Putin warned of serious consequences if Russia is struck with Western weapons.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Olaf Scholz, Germany's, Macron, Vladimir Putin, Volodymyr Zelenskyy's Organizations: Russian, White, Reuters Locations: Meseberg, Germany, Ukraine, Kyiv, Russian, Russia, Europe, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, U.S, China
You can opt-out at any time by visiting our Preferences page or by clicking "unsubscribe" at the bottom of the email. download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. The French group of trade associations fears that Apple's web eraser could represent another example of Big Tech implementing disruptive changes over which media and advertising companies have no control. Apple generates advertising and subscription revenue from its Apple News service, though it makes the majority of its ad revenue from search ads within the Apple App Store. A spokesperson for the NMA said the organization hadn't heard back from Apple since it sent the letter on May 10.
Persons: , Tim Cook, Apple's Cook, Thierry Breton, Apple, NMA, hadn't Organizations: Service, Apple, Business, Safari, Alliance, SRI, Union des Marques, Big Tech, Google, Facebook, Publishers, Apple News, French Competition Authority, Europe's, UK's News Media Association, Daily Mail, Guardian Locations: France, Europe, Germany
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWhat's next for crypto billRep. French Hill (R-Ark. ), chair of the subcommittee on digital assets, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss what's next as the House passed a bill outlining a crypto regulatory framework last week.
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CNN —Ukraine should be allowed to use French weapons, including long-range missiles, against targets inside Russia from which Moscow attacks Ukraine, French President Emmanuel Macron said Monday. The SCALP missiles have a range of up to 155 kilometers (96 miles) and carry a 400-kilogram (881-pound) high-explosive penetration warhead, according to the Missile Threat project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Macron stressed that the French arms are to be used only against targets from which attacks are launched into Ukraine. “We must not allow them to hit other targets in Russia,” including civilian or other military targets, the French leader said. The meeting follows a similar agreement between Ukraine and Spain on Monday, with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announcing a $1.08 billion weapons deal for Ukraine.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, , ” Macron, Olaf Scholz, Guillaume Souvant, David Cameron, Putin, ” Cameron, let’s, Caesar, Viacheslav Ratynskyi, Germany’s Scholz, Macron’s, ” Scholz, Vladimir Putin, ” Putin, , Volodymyr Zelensky, Zelensky, ” Zelensky, Pedro Sánchez Organizations: CNN, French Defense, Missile, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Getty, British, NATO, Spanish, Ukraine Locations: Ukraine, Russia, Moscow, Brandenburg, Germany, France, Bourges, AFP, Kyiv, ” France, Avdiivka, Donetsk region, United States, Uzbekistan, Europe, Belgium, Brussels, Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Denmark, Finland, Canada
An experienced international aid official, Garry Conille, was unanimously appointed prime minister of Haiti by a Presidential Transition Council on Tuesday, which tasked him with leading the country out of its current crisis until elections for a new president can be held. Mr. Conille will take on his new role just as a U.N.-backed security mission led by Kenyan police is scheduled to begin operations in the violence-torn Caribbean nation, which is battling to restore political stability and tackle armed gangs who control large parts of the capital, Port-au-Prince. Fluent in English, French and Creole, Mr. Conille’s credentials include a 25-year career working for the United Nations and other aid agencies. He also briefly led Haiti as prime minister over a decade ago during another period of crisis following the devastating 2010 earthquake. But Mr. Conille has spent many of the last few years outside the country, and his perhaps rusty domestic political skills are sure to be tested by the highly volatile situation he will encounter as prime minister.
Persons: Garry Conille, Conille Organizations: Kenyan, United Nations Locations: Haiti, Port
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