ニュースの中での Authority

コロケーションの例

central authority 中央当局
legal authority 法的権限
local authority 地方自治体
no authority 権限なし
unitary authority 単一権威

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Washington Post
· Pair pleads guilty in plot to firebomb Nebraska pharmacy  
Authorities say a search of Burgamy’s home found eight loaded weapons in his residence.
The China Post
· First F1 race in Tuscany; Russian GP could be 1st with fans  
It was not immediately clear how many fans Russian authorities hope to allow inside the 55,000-capacity Sochi Autodrom.
Washington Post
· No bail for 2 accused of helping ex-Nissan boss escape Japan  
Authorities say the Taylors helped sneak Ghosn out of a hotel in a large box and then out of Japan on a private jet.
Washington Post
· Ethiopia says 2 arrested in killing that sparked mass unrest  
Angry protests followed his death on June 29, and authorities have said at least 239 people were killed.
FRANCE 24
· Instagram to block all content promoting LGBT ‘conversion therapy’  
In a global survey of 1,641 survivors of conversion therapy published by the United Nations in May, 46% identified the perpetrators as being medical and mental health providers, while 19% were religious authorities and traditional healers.
Washington Post
· 2 New Orleans statues toppled, 1 vandalized with red paint  
NEW ORLEANS — At least two statues of prominent historical figures were pulled from their pedestals in New Orleans and another has been covered with red spray paint, authorities said Friday.
Washington Post
· Two comforting revelations from the Supreme Court  
(Peter Baker of the New York Times hits the nail on the head, explaining, “No matter how often Mr. Trump insists that he has complete authority in this instance or that, the justices made clear on Thursday that there were in fact limits, just as they did in landmark executive power cases involving Presidents Richard M. Nixon and Bill Clinton.”) However, the cases also contained broader lessons for our democracy and the rule of law.
The China Post
· 2 New Orleans statues toppled, 1 vandalized with red paint  
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — At least two statues of prominent historical figures were pulled from their pedestals in New Orleans and another has been covered with red spray paint, authorities said Friday.