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“I didn’t know any better then, but I do now,” Smith said in a series of tweets on Monday. I didn’t know any better then, but I do now, which is why I brought it up in the HN thread about unethical developer behavior. https://t.co/V8JH36HYpP — Austin Smith (@netaustin) August 6, 2018 He said he is sorry for deleting stories by Observer staff members. BuzzFeed highlighted the deletions on Monday. A “handful of articles” were affected. The White House press office did not respond to requests for comment. According to emails seen by BuzzFeed’s Steven Perlberg, Kushner went around the paper’s editors “to mandate the removal of a handful of articles from the website.” BuzzFeed noted that “the secret removal of stories due to outside pressure is widely regarded as an unethical practice in journalism.” The editor at the time, Elizabeth Spiers, said on Twitter that she found out about this action “a few months ago.” Her reaction: “I don’t have enough choice expletives describe my feelings about that.” I found out a few months ago that while I was the editor in chief of the Observer, Jared was instructing our third party tech provider to delete articles critical of his business associates w/out my knowledge. I don’t have enough choice expletives describe my feelings about that. https://t.co/EYyEn0YIKI — Elizabeth Spiers (@espiers) August 6, 2018 How could Kushner pull this off without the newsroom knowing?
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REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins Out east, the governor of Sucre called for calm. “Do not fall victim to psychological terror, messages about a tsunami and all that,” said governor Edwin Rojas, who belongs to President Nicolas Maduro’s Socialist Party. The Information Ministry did not respond to a request for comment for additional information. The quake was felt in capital Caracas, neighboring Colombia and nearby island nations like Trinidad and Tobago, and St. Lucia, to the west and north. In Trinidad and Tobago, there were initial reports of some cracks to buildings, cars damaged when concrete debris fell on them, and loss of electricity. Traffic jams formed on highways in Port of Spain, but there were no immediate reports of casualties there either. Colombia’s government said the country was unharmed too, although workers dashed out of high-rise blocks in the mountainous capital Bogota. “It was a moment of panic, we thought the worst,” said Jimena Valencia, a 29-year-old administrator in the north of Bogota.