|came into conflict||対立した|
|conflict of interest||利益相反|
|during the conflict||紛争中|
· Morning mail: $15bn jobkeeper overhaul, mine threatens Aboriginal site, Beirut anger →
The former ACT Liberal leader Kate Carnell faces conflict of interest allegations after a party-affiliated communications firm received nearly $200,000 from the now small business ombudsman’s office without a tender process.
The New York Times
· Violence at Rikers at an ‘All-Time High’ Despite City’s Promise to Curb It →
The city also agreed to assign more senior supervisors to the jails to oversee correction captains and to evaluate the mental health of inmates who have been involved in repeated conflicts with guards and determine if the existing rules for handling those inmates are appropriate.
· U.S. envoy for Iran policy Brian Hook steps down →
Hook also worked alongside Trump senior adviser Jared Kushner to win support for their Mideast peace plan to bring resolution to the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians, who to date have rejected the proposal.
The New Republic
· The Problem With MSNBC Isn’t That it’s Too Liberal →
Indeed that show, hosted by the recently exiled Chris Matthews, is a fine stand-in for the network as a whole—a show that always privileged the inane over the substantive and partisan conflict over rigorous inquiry.
· Alex Azar’s trip to Taiwan is about refusing to appease China →
The Middle East was a primary example of this, with the Soviets trying to build support among Arab nations by taking their side in the conflict with Israel.
· Ukraine expects to swap 100 prisoners with Russian-backed separatists within weeks →
Ukraine has pushed prisoner exchanges in a series of confidence-building measures to break the deadlock over a conflict in the eastern Donbass region that has killed more than 13,000 people since 2014.
· Beirut explosion: How to help those in Lebanon →
Preemptive Love is an organization that provides relief, jobs, and community to those on the frontlines in conflict zones.
The New York Times
· Former Saudi Official Accuses the Crown Prince of Trying to Kill Him →
In an interview, his son, Dr. Khalid Aljabri, a cardiologist also based in Canada, said his family chose to file the suit after running out of other options to secure the release of their relatives detained in the kingdom and resolve the conflict with Prince Mohammed.
· What Next for Beirut, the Fashion Hub of the Middle East? →
The generation which has grown up against a background of conflict and unpredictability has developed a collective character—seizing the day, being self-reliant, and looking out for each other in the absence of a government which can be trusted.
· Small business ombudsman awards contracts to Liberal-linked firm without tender →
A spokeswoman for the ombudsman, Kate Carnell, who is the former ACT Liberal chief minister, has denied any conflict of interest