A jury voted unanimously to acquit Simone Gbagbo, the wife of former President Laurent Gbagbo, said Judge Kouadio Bouatchi. The prosecution had asked for a life sentence, saying she was part of a committee that organized abuses against supporters of her husband’s opponent after the 2010 election. More than 3,000 people were killed after Mr. Gbagbo refused to accept his defeat by the current president, Alassane Ouattara.
“So,” Ms. Smith said. “I don’t think it needs to be raised.”
The action, which follows a similar vote in the Senate last week, will next be brought to President Trump, who is expected to sign the bill into law. A swift repeal may be a prelude to further deregulation of the telecommunications industry.
Does this concept seem far-fetched? History shows that nearly every version of this famous score has been different — different from Shakespeare or from Prokofiev’s idea, or both. Shakespeare’s Lord Capulet says to his cousin, “You and I are past our dancing days,” but you may be sure all choreographers have ignored that.
Except, of course, that they are. You just need to recalibrate your expectations, just as Duchamp made audiences recalibrate their expectations of art and the show’s subject, Cage, made them rethink music.
David Morgan, her son-in-law, said she died in her sleep. He did not specify the cause.
From the moment Laurence D. Fink, the chief executive of BlackRock, created the largest fund company in the world by snapping up the exchange-traded fund business from Barclays in 2009, he has faced a thorny challenge.
Add “Nobodies,” which makes its debut Wednesday on TV Land, to that pile. Yeah, it’s amusing, but in a forgettable sort of way. Too much about it resembles too many other shows.
Tensions between Turkey and a range of European countries have mounted in recent weeks as the Turkish government, in effect, seeks to broaden the scope of its activities among Turks living in Europe, who can also cast votes in the referendum that Mr. Erdogan is by no means assured of winning.