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Just Ask Republican Senators Senator Richard C. Shelby and his colleagues met with members of the Russian Federation Council last week in Moscow.CreditYuri Kadobnov/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images WASHINGTON — Even for an era of strained relations, the images that crossed back over the Atlantic last week stood out: Seven Republican senators and one Republican congresswoman ushered into a Moscow conference room, exchanging pleasantries with top Russian officials on the eve of American Independence Day. But if the delegation was intended to help thaw friction between the two countries before a summit meeting between their two leaders, its aftermath has shown just how treacherous diplomacy between Washington and Moscow has become amid Russia’s brazen aggression abroad. In Moscow, the senators have been portrayed as anything from peacemakers to fools. Democrats in Washington were only slightly more generous. “It is clear to me that there are members of the Senate who are either naïve or they don’t recognize the real risk factors that Russia imposes on our system of government,” said Senator Benjamin L. Cardin, Democrat of Maryland, who led a report on Vladimir V. Putin’s tactical aggression in Europe this year. Russian commentators and officials, meanwhile, claimed that the senators’ overtures were evidence that the tide of United States-Russian relations were, in fact, moving toward the Kremlin just as President Trump prepared to meet privately with Mr. Putin, the Russian president. “The wind is blowing in our sails,” Vyacheslav Nikonov, the chairman of the State Duma education committee, told a Russian state television talk show after meeting with the delegation.
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Stateless and Poor, Some Boys in Thai Cave Had Already Beaten Long Odds Classmates of Adul Sam-on, one of the boys trapped in Tham Luang Cave, visited a tribute for the Wild Boars soccer team on Monday.CreditLauren Decicca/Getty Images MAE SAI, Thailand — Adul Sam-on, 14, has never been a stranger to peril. At age 6, Adul had already escaped a territory in Myanmar known for guerrilla warfare, opium cultivation and methamphetamine trafficking. His parents slipped him into Thailand, in the hopes that proper schooling would provide him with a better life than that of his illiterate, impoverished family. But his greatest escape came on Tuesday, when he and 11 other members of a youth soccer team, along with their coach, were all finally freed from the Tham Luang Cave in northern Thailand, after an ordeal stretching more than two weeks. For 10 days, Adul and his fellow Wild Boars soccer squad survived deep in the cave complex as their food, flashlights and drinking water diminished. By the time British divers found them on July 2, the Wild Boars and their coach looked skeletal. It was Adul, the stateless descendant of a Wa ethnic tribal branch once known for headhunting, who played a critical role in the rescue, acting as interpreter for the British divers. A video grab shows some of the members of a soccer team, with Adul Sam-on on the right, in a section of Tham Luang Cave.CreditThai Navy Seals Proficient in English, Thai, Burmese, Mandarin and Wa, Adul politely communicated to the British divers his squad’s greatest needs: food and clarity on just how long they had stayed alive. When a teammate piped up in broken English, “eat, eat, eat,” Adul said he had already covered that point. In images released by the Thai Navy SEAL force, he had a huge grin on his gaunt face.
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Facebook ruling: German court grants parents rights to dead daughter’s account These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption The parents were initially denied access to their daughter’s account after her death Germany’s highest court has ruled that the parents of a dead daughter have the rights to her Facebook account under inheritance law. The Federal Court of Justice (BGH) said online data should be treated the same as private diaries or letters, and pass to heirs. The case involves parents of a 15-year-old girl killed by a train in 2012. They sought access to her Facebook account to try to determine whether the death was suicide. Aside from emotional closure, the parents also wanted to know whether the train driver was entitled to compensation – as would be the case in the event of a suicide. Facebook had refused access to the account after their daughter’s death, citing privacy concerns about the girl’s contacts. Under its current policy, the company only allows relatives of the dead partial access to the account, allowing them to change the page into an online memorial or to delete it entirely. How your digital self could ‘live’ on after you die A lower German court backed the parents in 2015, supporting the claim that Facebook data was covered by inheritance law as the equivalent of private correspondence. But in 2017, an appeals court backed Facebook and overturned the ruling , on the grounds that any contract between the girl and the company ended with her death and could not pass on to the parents.