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Arrested Development: Jessica Walter on Jeffrey Tambor Row

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The cast of Arrested Development reunited this week for a frank group interview that addressed some difficult topics, including allegations of sexual misconduct against Jeffrey Tambor and an on-set fight he had years ago with co-star Jessica Walter.

The wide-ranging discussion with the New York Times, which included Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Jason Bateman, Tony Hale, Alia Shawkat, Will Arnett, and David Cross, also touched on how the fifth season of the show confronts President Trump’s administration and the challenges of the series’ longevity. Portia de Rossi and Michael Cera, the show’s other two stars, did not participate.

Tensions were laid bare when the interview turned to allegations of sexual and verbal harassment against Tambor. The actor, who plays George Bluth Sr. in the show, was accused of sexual harassment last year by two people on Amazon’s Transparent. He was fired from Transparent in the wake of the claims.

Tambor recently acknowledged that he could be “mean” and “difficult” on set but denied the Transparent allegations in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. He also alluded to a “blowup” with Walter, his on-screen wife on Arrested Development, for which he said he “profusely apologized.”

Bateman (Michael Bluth) defended Tambor’s behavior as typical of sometimes-strained relations. “In the entertainment industry it is incredibly common to have people who are, in quotes, ‘difficult.’” he said. “It’s a weird thing, and it is a breeding ground for atypical behavior and certain people have certain processes.”

“But that doesn’t mean it’s acceptable,” Shawkat (Maeby Fünke) shot back. “And the point is that things are changing, and people need to respect each other differently.”

Walter (Lucille Bluth) cried when she recounted the incident with Tambor, describing it as anything but ordinary. “In like almost 60 years of working, I’ve never had anybody yell at me like that on a set. And it’s hard to deal with, but I’m over it now,” she said. “I have to let go of being angry at him. He never crossed the line on our show, with any, you know, sexual whatever. Verbally, yes, he harassed me, but he did apologize. I have to let it go.”

The exchange sat uncomfortably for some readers, sparking a heated debate on social media.

Tambor will appear on Arrested Development‘s fifth season, which is set to be released on Netflix on May 29. The cult favorite ran for three seasons on Fox from 2003 to 2006, before Netflix revived the show in 2013.

After drawing criticism, Bateman apologized to co-star Jessica Walter Thursday morning in a series of tweets.

France: Macron Turns to Putin on the Iran Nuclear Deal

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(PARIS) — Having failed to persuade U.S. President Donald Trump to stay in the Iran nuclear accord, French President Emmanuel Macron is reaching out to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Macron heads to St. Petersburg on Thursday amid deep differences with Putin over Syria, Ukraine and alleged Russian meddling abroad. But both men want to salvage the Iranian nuclear deal.

Macron’s aides insist he is not cozying up to Putin, or seeking to pivot away from France’s longstanding alliance with the U.S. in favor of one with Russia and China.

Rather, they say Macron wants to keep a dialogue open to help solve world crises. And France wants Russia to use its influence with Iran to ensure it respects its nuclear commitments despite Trump’s decision.

And the Iran issue marks the first time that Russia, France and Germany agree on such a major matter in years.

“When points of view coincide, it can only mean that the countries edge at least a bit closer to each other,” Putin’s foreign affairs adviser, Yuri Ushakov, said earlier this month.

France and Russia can’t save the nuclear accord on their own but are trying to find ways to keep it alive despite the threat of new U.S. sanctions on those doing business with Iran.

For the Kremlin, the E.U. pledge to protect its companies doing business with Iran from prospective U.S. sanctions sets an important precedent of the European resistance to the U.S. pressure.

Macron and Putin will also discuss economic ties despite sanctions over Russia’s annexation of Crimea. They will meet with Russian and French executives at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum, Russia’s leading business event and a showcase for Putin.

Macron and Putin will also discuss Syria and Ukraine though neither side expects much progress. Instead they will focus on safe, lower-level ties and sign economic, cultural, university and sports agreements.

Macron will later pay homage to victims of the Nazi siege of Leningrad, St. Petersburg’s name during the Soviet era, and attend a performance at the Mariinsky Theater performance in honor of Marseillais choreographer Maurice Petipa.

One question will hang in the air during Macron’s two-day trip: Whether or not he will go to Russia when it hosts the World Cup starting next month, or stay away to protest the poisoning of an ex-Russian agent in Britain. Macron’s aides said the decision still hasn’t been made.

Train Crash in Northern Italy Leaves 2 Dead, 18 Injured

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Two people were killed and 18 others injured when a regional train collided with a truck in northern Italy on Wednesday, Reuters reports.

The train, running on a line that connects the cities of Turin and Ivrea in Italy’s northern Piedmont region, crashed into a freight truck that had broken through a crossing barrier and become stuck on the tracks, according to Italy’s state train company.

The driver of the train was killed, Reuters said, along with the driver of a vehicle accompanying the truck.

Italy’s railway network has seen a series of deadly accidents recently. In Jan., a packed commuter train derailed near Milan, killing three people. In 2016, a head-on collision between two trains in Italy’s southern Puglia region killed 23 people.

What the Karnataka Polls Mean For India’s General Elections

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A hotly contested state election, seen as a bellwether for India’s national polls next year, has resulted in a politician of a local party allied with the opposition Congress being appointed chief minister — but only after a Supreme Court ruling and a race tainted by allegations of bribery.

H.D. Kumaraswamy took the top job Wednesday in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. Its capital Bangalore is a technology hub, home to corporate giants like Infosys and Walmart’s latest acquisition Flipkart.

The final tally, with the BJP winning 104 seats and the Congress-led alliance picking up 115, will please neither the ruling BJP nor the opposition parties. Congress, India’s grand old party, needed a decisive win to show that it can mount a credible fight in 2019.

A victory for the BJP would have given it a presence in the south, a region of India that has not been swept away in the party’s saffron wave. It would have also been its first big win in the south under Modi — an encouraging development before its seeks another term. For Modi personally, a win in Karnataka would have been a boost to his standing as he struggles to unite a country polarized by religious and cultural divisions and deals with large-scale unemployment, rising inflation and oil prices and a weakening rupee.

Here’s how party strategists in the world’s largest democracy will be parsing the results of the Karnataka elections.

For The Congress

Many Indians see the Congress as a crumbling party that has lost some of its national relevance after losing a string of state elections over the last few years.

The Congress chose to go it alone in Karnataka — a key state in terms of the number of seats it commands in the Indian Parliament — but once the party realized it wouldn’t get a simple majority in the state legislature, it formed an alliance against the BJP with the local Janata Dal (Secular) party. This is the same JD(S) that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi called the BJP’s “B Team” in a pre-election rally — a classic example of politics making strange bedfellows.

Congress’ lackluster showing majority is a setback and highlights the importance of recognizing when and where regional partners are essential. Rahul Gandhi was lucky that his coalition attempts succeeded this time, but that may not always be the case. Gandhi and his team will now have to work with regional leaders to form a united opposing coalition. Establishing those connections before India votes, rather than after, would stand the party in good stead.

As Dr. P.S. Jayaramu, a senior fellow at the Indian Council of Social Science Research told TIME, “A loss in Karnataka would have undermined the Congress’ position and the party would have found it difficult to call itself the leader of a national coalition against the BJP.” It would have also struggled to raise funds for upcoming campaigns given declining confidence in its abilities.

But after surviving the Karnataka drama, the Congress lives to fight another day and another election.

For The BJP

Since coming to power in 2014, the BJP has systematically won elections across the country, and now controls 21 out of 29 states. However, it has failed to find a strong foothold in the culturally and linguistically distinct south.

A win in Karnataka would have provided the party with a gateway to the region, as BJP President Amit Shah said, and allowed it to lay the groundwork to change the regional anti-BJP sentiment ahead of May 2019. It would also have helped with the party’s image. “So far, the BJP has been seen as a north Indian, ‘cow-belt’ party but this win would have helped change the perception to a more pan-Indian outfit,” Jayaramu said.

Despite the loss, the election showed how effective the BJP’s machinery has been. The party was smart about allocating resources, choosing candidates for constituencies and using Modi wisely. The Indian prime minister, known for his passionate speeches, is a crowd-puller and the BJP capitalized on this by increasing his appearances from 15 to 21. It may have paid off. Overall, Modi campaigned in districts that covered 164 seats and the BJP won 80 of them, considerably bettering previous performances in some instances. This bodes well for the 2019 elections.

For India

If the past week is anything to go by, India’s 2019 general elections promise to be a roller coaster ride.

The Congress has a year to get its act together and begin implementing strategies that will help it put on a strong show against Modi in the national polls. Party leader Rahul Gandhi is viewed by many as not up to the challenge and has received flak for not bringing together a core team to oversee the party’s overall functioning and strategy. Perhaps the Karnataka results will be the impetus required to bring about change.

In any case, potential members of the united opposition from across the country came together at the swearing-in ceremony of Karnataka’s new chief minister on May 23. Leaders such as Mayawati of the Bahujan Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee were in attendance.

The BJP will be buoyed by the fact that it had an impressive show in the state and will continue to hone its political strategies and machinery in upcoming state elections before going all out in the general elections. However, it must bear in mind that its machinations will meet a stiff challenge from opposition parties and even India’s Supreme Court, if the need arises.

There has been some talk that Modi might choose to advance next year’s elections to the end of 2018, but nothing has been mentioned by the prime minister himself. Jayaramu believes that Modi will wait for another one or two state election results before deciding on when to hold national elections, depending on whether the momentum is with the BJP or not.