Hermes datebook, eBAY Addresses Unlock Secrets of Picasso’s anti-Semitic Lover

French journalist Brigitte Benkemoun knew she struck gold when a search for a Hermes datebook led her to new discoveries about ‘Weeping Woman’ Dora Maar

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British passport among the world’s most powerful and sought after? Who is at the top?

The most powerful passports in the world have been unveiled/ /Ross McGuinness,Yahoo News UK

With Brexit looming, the UK has slid down the list, while the passport power has shifted to Asia.

Japan and Singapore have held on to their joint top spot, with each country offering visa-free access to 189 destinations.

Iran to breach nuclear/uranium enrichment deal in 10 days

Iran nuclear deal: Enriched uranium limit will be breached on 27 June||Analysis by Jonathan Marcus, Defence Correspondent, BBC News||

Iran announced that it will reach allowed enriched-uranium levels within ten days, the country’s nuclear spokesperson announced on Monday.

Iran has announced it will breach on 27 June the limit on its stockpile of enriched uranium that was set under a 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

Italian mafia, political corruption in Slovakia, the murder of reporter Ján Kuciak underlines the importance of experimental reporting in Europe

Capitalizing on the strengths of their smaller markets and the inexpensive cost of reaching audiences online, these innovative startups are cultivating specialties, offering ancillary services, and even becoming major media players in their respective markets//Crimson Tazvinzwa
To journalists at Slovak news startup Denník N, the murder of reporter Ján Kuciak underlined the importance of the experiment they started more than three years ago.

Kuciak was shot in February as he investigated links between the Italian mafia and political corruption in Slovakia for digital news outlet Aktuality.sk and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. His death revealed the lengths to which criminals, corrupt officials, shady businesspeople, and others would go to quash a story in the Central European country.