The top French journalist and humanitarian, Jan Daniels, died at the age of 99

The top French journalist and humanitarian, Jan Daniels, died at the age of 99

১৯৪ In 1947 he founded the Literature Review Caliban, wrote in the form of Jean-Daniel, and was editor until that time. In 5, he published articles on Sartre, Camas, and other intellectuals that first appeared in the Political Journal Esprit. Camus wrote an introduction to Mr. Daniel’s first novel, “L’Orior” (1953).

Mr. Daniel was married in 1966 to Michelle Bansilhon. In addition to his wife, he has a daughter, Sarah Daniel, who was a L’Obs reporter.

In the late sixties, the French correspondent for Newsweek, Benjamin C. Bradley, the future executive editor of the Washington Post, met with Mr. Daniel through interaction with the Algerian Guerrilla Group FLN. It was Mr Bradley, a longtime friend of Kennedy’s, who advised Mr Daniels to carry his proposal to Castro in 1963, when the president needed personal contact.

At a meeting in the White House, Kennedy asked Mr Daniel to state his views that improved relations are possible and the president agreed to allow exploratory negotiations. Mr. Daniel met Castro on November 7 in Havana. He said that Castro listened with “devouring and keen interest” and expressed cautious approval of such talks.

Three days later, after knowing that the president was dead, Castro told Mr. Daniel, “They have to find the murderer very quickly, but very soon, you look and see, I know them, they will try to blame us for this thing.”

After announcing his arrest for Oswald, Mr Daniel recalled, “The word came in reality, a murderous young man who was a member of the Cuba Committee’s Fair Play, admiring Fidel Castro.”

Investigating the Warren Commission’s assassination ১৯ In 19৪ it was concluded that Oswald acted alone for the assassination of Kennedy and that two days later Jack Ruby acted alone to assassinate Oswald. Its reports have been challenged and defended for years.

Meanwhile, the collapse between Cuba and the United States was continued by eight American presidents Mr. Obama and President Roll Castro, Fidel’s brother and successor, agreed to establish diplomatic relations on December 17, 2014, removing the last part of the Cold War.

Constant Mehut contributed to the report.

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