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World-Class IT Pros Trained in Ukraine
When a new generation IT school, 42 opened last year in the Silicon Valley, few people in Fremont, California knew that a similar school had already been functioning in the capital of Ukraine under the ...

Assange Case:
Evidence Destroyed Over And Over Again

Special Conbritution
By Goran Rudling
One of the women who filed charges against Julian Assange is Anna Ardin. She stood in the elections to the community council for the social democrats and she is a public name. ...

Orchestra Academy of the Berliner Philharmoniker Is Renamed Karajan Academy
From now on the Orchestra Academy of the Berliner Philharmoniker will be called the Karajan Academy of the Berliner Philharmoniker. The members of the association ...

Maria Balshaw Appointed Tate's New Director
46-Year-Old Becomes Tate's 1st Woman Director
London: On Jan. 17, 2017, Tate announced that Maria Balshaw, currently Director of the Whitworth (University of Manchester) and Manchester City Galleries, and Director of Culture for Manchester ...

German Streets Descend into Lawlessness
"We Are Losing Control of the Streets"
Special Contribution
By Soeren Kern
During the first six months of 2016, migrants committed 142,500 crimes, according to the Federal Criminal Police Office. This is equivalent to 780 crimes committed by migrants every day, an increase of nearly ...

ICCK "Diwali Ball 2016" at JW Marriott on Nov. 5
The Indian Chamber of Commerce in Korea (ICCK) is organizing a delightful and colorful ‘black-tie' event "Diwali Ball 2016" at the luxurious JW Marriott Dongdaemun Square Seoul to celebrate the ...

Slovenia Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary with "I Feel 25" Campaign
On June 25, 1991, Slovenia gained independence from the former Yugoslavia and hence celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. In this framework, the Slovenian Convention Bureau has started ...

N. Korea Has 10 Nukes: SIPRI
North Korea has 10 nuclear weapons, according to a Sweden-based nonproliferation think tank of SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute). In its annual report released on June ...

World's Oldest Person Says She "Thinks Positively" in Addition to Her Genetic Longevity
The world's oldest living person Emma Morano Martinuzzi (born on Nov. 29, 1899) is an Italian supercentenarian at the age of 116 years. She is the the last verified living person to have been born ...

One Third of Europeans and Americans Consider Crimea Part of Russia
MOSCOW (March 16, 2016) Sputnik Press — According to a survey organized by Sputnik Polls, about one third of American, Dutch, British, French, German and Italian people believe Crimea is part of Russia. ...

Australia's Sam Gilmour Wins ISAF Youth Match Racing Worlds
N. Korean Defector Launches Memoir at Asia House in London
"Moritzburg Festival 2015”to Open August 15
Van Praag to Support Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein of Jordan in May-29 Race for FIFA President
The Joys of Bookbinding
Researchers at University of Zurich Unveil New Technology to Make Drones Safer and Smarter
Russian Economy Is Ready to Grow
"Awareness May Exist Even after Clinical Death"
World-Class Golfer Ian Poulter Announce as Founding Capin of Ballantine's Online Golf Club
Moritzburg Festival August 9-24, 2014 Composer-in-residence: David Philip Hefti
Opening of Sophie Kuijken at Galerie Nathalie Obadia in Brussels on June 26-Aug 2, 2014
4th Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism Takes Places in Hanover on June 18-22, 2014
2014 Glashütte Original Music Festival Award Presented to Hilary Hahn
Learning Second Language Slows Brain Ageing
2014 Sochi Olympics Patchwork of Challenges
Ukraine on the Brink
World Economic Forum: Gazprom’s Risky Arctic Oil Business Kills Polar Bears in Davos
World’s Largest Hallyu Expo Lands on London
Turkey Looks to China on Air & Missile Defense
Derek -- Simply Brilliant
Dara O’Briain -- The Gentleman Comic
World Premiere: A Marriage Proposal in Space
Museum of East Asian Art Marks Year of Snake
Forbes & World’s Most Powerful People Deception
Fear of Flying: My Morbid View of Airline Safety
David Webb: Actor, Legal Reform Campaigner
The Cocktail at Cannes
"Tyson Gay All Set to Make Impression"
ASHU, Asian-Hungarian Union Opens Its First Meeting in Budapest
Mo Farah, Great Britain's World Champion
Korean Cultural Center Opens In Budapest
Left Moves to Far-Left, Right Moves to Far-Right
New Exhibitions to Open at Museum of East Asian Art in Bath, England
Sarkozy’s Financial Transaction Tax, Reelection
Applying Game Theory to the US-Iran Conflict
EU-China: A Rocky Ride Ahead
Funny Boy
Michael D Higgins Becomes New Irish President
Nuclear Power to Steadily Grow in the Future
London Goes K-Pop Crazy
ASEM Inter-Faith Dialogue to Focus on Challenge of Multi-Culturalism
Anger as Carlos Tevez Appears to Refuse to Play
For 90th Anniversary of Gucci, Mario Nanni Composes Light Poem "All Along Forever"
Shadow Chancellor Outlines Five-Point Plan for Growth
Broken Hearted: What Do You Say?
President Obama Weighs-in to the Japanese Child Abduction Row
Real Punishments for Real Crimes: Three Steps of a Safer Country
World's Best Skyscraper Is in Barcelona
Elections in Serbia, Russia, and United States: Who’s On "Our" Side?
Russia Signs Deal with S. Korea, Singapore to Set Up Asian Nanotechnology Fund
“Moritzburg Festival 2011” to Be Held on August 7-21
"Ideas & Jellyfish" -- A New Book by Askin Ozcan !
Asia-Pacific Irish Business Forum in Dublin
18th Korean Culture Festival Held in Moscow
Pope Benedict XVI Visits Croatia
S. Korean Director Park Jung-Bum Wins "Best Featured Film" Award at Russian Film Festival
Korean Foreign Minister Kim Sung-Hwan in Hungary for Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM)
German-Korean Rocks German Charts
Serbia to EU: “We Arrested Ratko Mladic, Now We Want to Join the EU”
"There Is No Heaven; It's a Fairy Story"
Askin Ozcan Attacked at Home in Handen, Sweden
Cannes Film Fest Begins on a Delightful Note
"Dresden Music Festival 2011" to Kick Off May 18-June 5 under Direction of Cellist Jan Vogler
Chernobyl Catastrophe's 25th Anniversary Marked in Ukraine and All Over the World
The Beautiful Game: Memories of When My Team Pulled Off the Great Escape
No Indian Movie at the Festival
Middle-Aged People the Most Gloomy
Renewal of the Diplomatic Information Activity
Christians, Muslims, Jews -- Stop Fighting!
Oldest Prostitute in Brussels Calls It a Day
Berlusconi Scandals Weakening His Grip on Power Amid Challenge from Rivals
Bomber Kills at Least 31, Wounds Nearly 170 at Moscow's Busiest Airport
TV Viewing Doubles Risk of Heart Attack
Come Naked, Wear All You Can, No Charge!
Swine Flu Is Back in Europe
3 Giant Spaceships Will Attack Earth in 2012
London Shop Worker Claims to Be Marilyn Monroe in Past Life
Shake It, Baby!
Cartelization Harries the UK Student
Student Protestors Riot in London
Study Abroad -- Painful and Joyful
Swedish General Election 2010
Russia Launches North Pole-38 Drifting Station
Global Economic Crisis and China
Language Learning Experience
The Amityville Horror
Berliner Philharmoniker in 3D at IFA
The Blitz
"Black Swan" Opens Venice Festival
British, US Soldiers to Do Marathon Run for Charity
Festival to Bounce with Youthful Energy
Hitler Probably Descended from Jews, Africans
Horse-trading with People’s Lives
Is It the Future or Just a Fad?
Swedes, Independent and Nice People
The Price of Failure
You Know He Was British, Don’t You?
The Drug Problem in United Kingdom
Capitalism: How Free Does It Really Make Us?
Rogue Afghan Soldier Kills 3 British Soldiers
Let's Make 2010 a Success by Showing Animals You Care
"Artist" Trump Has Scottish Sand Dunes for His Canvas
Blair’s Guards’ Expenses under Scrutiny
Britain’s Hidden Disaster
Referendum on Electoral Reform to be Announced
The Mediterranean Diet
Shame! England, My England!
To Hell in a Handcart
It’s Not Easy Being an England Fan
EU Holds 27 Nation Summit in Brussels
Cumbrian Gunman Kills 12
Rooney Is Greatest Player World Has Ever Seen
Video Games: PC Vs. PS
More Injury Woes for England
England Team Banned from Using Twitter during the World Cup
Gareth Barry in Race to Prove Fitness
Forgotten Couple Still in Hands of Somali Pirates
England 3 – 1 Mexico
England Captain, Ferdinand, Expresses Concern at Wembley Pitch
President Obama Looking for Spending Cuts
Cannes Film Festival And Poetry
British Airways Obtains an Injunction to Prevent Strike Action by Cabin Crew
Hedgehogs and Plumbers
Cannes More Art Than Glamour This Time
Comparison between Japanese & American
David Cameron Is Britain's New Prime Minister
Liberal Democrats Should Support Conservatives
Britain Has a Hung Parliament
Is It Being Destroyed by Too Much Money?
Video Games: A Community Divided
Video Games: They’ve Come a Long Way
Gordon Brown Forced to Apologise over “Bigoted Woman” Remark
24th Anniversary of Chernobyl to Be Commemorated in Seoul
Why British Monarchy Is the Best in World
U.S. to Allies: "No More, From Now On, The US Armed Forces Are for Rent Only"
How Many Wives Did Henry VIII Have?
Icelandic Volcano Eruption -- Possible Causes and Consequences
Annual Leave? I’d Rather Stay, If That"s All Right
Plea of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s War Crime Victim
The Family Way — Divorce
UK Flights Grounded by Volcanic Ash
Deadly Italian Train Crash Kills 6
Hungarians to Decide Their Future: Democracy, Conservatism or Fascism?
President of Poland Killed in a Plane Crash
The Rise of Nationalism in Britain
The New Start with the "New START" between US and Russia
When America Sneezes the World Gets a Cold
Oil Companies Continue to Rape Planet for Profit
Snow in Spring Brings Chaos to Parts of the UK
Bureaucracy Strikes Again
Sarah Harding Could Never Live in America
Darling Targets Election Victory with Safe Budget
The Child Bride Problem Is Still Alive and Well
Terrified Emergency Call of a Woman Whose Car Was Pushed Along a Motorway by a Truck
Achilles Tendon Injury Ends World Cup Dream
CSR – Genuine Principle or Marketing Wheeze?
Continuing Turbulence at British Airways
Moroccan King Mohammed VI Installs Advisory Committee on Regionalization
Teenager's Murder Highlights Dangers of Facebook
UK Election Juggernaut Begins to Roll
Good Literature Is Getting Lost In the Hub of Marketing
Value of Academy Equals the Value of Its People
Berlin Philharmonic to Give Benefit Concert for Haiti -- Live on Web
Ukraine Election Authority Declares Yanukovych President
Fortunes Made, Fortunes Missed
RK Pachauri under Attack from British Media
Pope Benedict Knocked Down by Mentally Unstable Woman
Italian Premier Berlusconi Attacked by Terrorist
Blast in Russian Cafe Kills 76, Injure 114
Local Solutions That Address Climate Change
Famous Korean Model Found Dead in Paris
War Families Anger at MoD Bonuses
14 Years After the Bosnian War, Victims of Rape and Sexual Violence Are Still Waiting for Justice
Eugene Choi, "Jewel of the Han River" Plays with Famous Serbian Violinist Jovan Kolundzija
Cameron under Pressure over Lisbon Treaty
Resignations Follow the Sacking of Government’s Chief Drugs Adviser in UK
Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet
Tony Blair Ready to Stand for EU Presidency “If the Job is Big Enough”
Debates Continue as Queen Weighs in to Row over BNP
Protests Greet Nick Griffin’s Appearance on BBC
21 Environment Protesters Arrested in England
The British Government Passes the Buck Again
Everything Must Go As British Government Sells Its Children to Japan
Successful CEOs Take More Time for Reflection
Boyzone Star Stephen Gately Dies
Is David Cameron Even Capable of Honest Emotion?
S. Korea's Universities Climb World Rankings
Ireland Passes Lisbon Treaty for EU Integration
The Tragedy of "Heaven's" Child Brides
Merkel Has Narrow Centre-Right Majority:Exit Poll
Elite – The UK’s Higher Education System
Why Can’t I Hate Barack Obama?
The Venetian Sorrow
Sienna Miller Seen Flirting with Josh Hartnett
Public Wants Gov't to Act on Climate Change
Israeli War Film Wins Venice’s Top Golden Lion
Women Have Sex Not for Romatic Reasons
Laura Tells of Life of Her and Her Husband
Politicians Livid over Festival Movie
"Bad Lieutenant" Creates Bad Blood between Two Directors at Venice
Clooney and Damon Star Attractions at Venice
Tigers Have Larger Brain than Lions
International Community Sits Back as Japan Steals Children
Megan Fox Thinks Getting Hit on Screen Is Sexy
Islamic Ramadan Begins, Blood Keeps Flowing
Kosovo and Ongoing De-Christianization
Pamela Anderson "Nymphomaniac" at School
Moore's "Capitalism," 70 Other Films to Premiere
Madonna Says Jewish Mystic Changed Her Life
Festival May Be Strong on European Fare
Evan R. Wood Attracted to Androgynous Men
South Koreans Worry More about Economy than Nulcear Threat from North Korea
Durg Can Extend Human Life by Over Decade
Courteney Cox Insists Her Marriage Has Never Been Better
Workers Go Naked at Office in Britain
"I Was Hitler's Secretary"
Alternative Medicine: A Modest Inquiry
Lost Russian Imperial Gold Lies in Lake Baikal
Swiss National Dog Finds New Role
Ukraine Is Thriving as Sex Tourists' Destination
Cannes Jury Honors Chilling Tales
Lars Von Trier’s Sex and Horror
Media, Publishing Staff, Worst Binge-Drinkers
Gems and the Cannes Film Festival
Market and the Cannes Film Festival
Keats Poetry, Campion’s Reading
Lou Ye’s Controversial Disaster
Why Pope Needs to Travel Further
Clash of Titans on the Croisette
Sexy Sirens and Political Propagandists
Is Sharmila Tagore the Right Choice for Cannes Jury?
The Stars in Cannes’ Dark Skies
Hollywood Legend's Marriage Secrets Revealed
Korean Embassy in Serbia Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Diplomatic Ties with Serbia
Guessing the Festival Goodies
NATO Sec. Gen. Jaap de Hoop Schefferon Afganistan and 60th Anniversary of NATO
"HULDA FESTIVAL" Runs Until April 5
Paramount Partners with Gaumont
Animated Film, Up, to Open Festival
Giant Sea Worm Unmasked as Coral Killer
"Tourist" Putin Met Reagan in 1988 in Moscow
Corporate Water Forum Spurs Mass Protest
Oscar-Rich Penelope Set to Master English
Cannes Honours Clint Eastwood
Renowned French Star to Chair Cannes Jury
Europe's #1 Beverage Fair Comes to Seville, Spain!
Valentine's Day Is at Hand -- Here's How to Be Ready
"The Mini-Submarine," A New Novelette of Adventure and Romance
Protester Throws Shoe at China's Premier at Cambridge University
Askin Ozcan's Books Gains Global Popularity
Russian Military Is Nothring But "Paper Tiger"
Austria: Wine Market Defies the Economic Crisis
"Wisdom in Smile" by Askin Ozcan
Fin Whale Dies after Being Beached on Cork Sandbank
EU Is Alarmed by Gas Dispute between Russia and Ukraine
London Rally Vents World Anger at Korean Jailing of Innocent Seafarers
At 176 Tortoise Is World's Oldest Animal
S. Korea, Poland Seek Closer Ties in Energy, Infrastructure Sectors
Sex Trafficking Flourishes in Cyprus
Turkey and The Secular Card, Myth or Reality?
Russia, Venezuela Ink Energy Pacts, Eye 'Counterweight' to US
Venice Festival Blues
Venice Festival a Haven for World Premieres
Medvedev Orders End to Military Operation in Georgia
Alexander Solzhenitsyn Dies at 89
3rd Summit of Organization for Democracy and Economic Development -- GUAM
Hillary Clinton's Defeat Fuels Divorce Rumors
Fringe 2008: The Stage Is Set
S. Korea: Hardest Worker of OECD Members
Cannes Line-Up
Putin to Wed 24-Year-Old Ex-Rhythmic Gymnast
Afghans Want Sen. Obama for US President
Naomi Campbell Bailed after Arrest
Surgical Clamps Left inside Man's Abdomen
'Olympic Boycott Should Not Be Ruled Out'
UFO Snapped over Thames
G7 Citizens Critical of Putin's Impact on Russian Democracy
Mohammed bin Rashid Meets German Chanceller Merkel
Oksana& Maxim Win Gold at Cup of Russia
German Experts Crack Mona Lisa Smile
France to Have First Lady -- Bruni Soon
Britain's Queen Elizabeth Joins YouTube Community
Whale Series Shows Mother and Calf Bond
EU Backs Poppy for Medicine in Afghanistan
Mind Your Language!
Turkey Should Exercise Caution
Europe's 25 NGOs Meet for Forgotten Animals
Baku GUAM Summit Communiqué Follows
Inter-Korean Summit Is Hope for New Peace
Olga Kapranova Defends Her Clubs Title
KIST and Italian SSSA Sign Cooperation Agreement, Open Joint Laboratory
Anti-AFSPA Protestors Demand "Free Burma and Aung San Suu Kyi"
Why Turks Feel Threatened by the US
Icon of Liverpool's Links with China
Zeppelin NT Flies for Jülich Climatologists
N. Korean Defectors Leave Danish Embassy in Vietnam, Heading for Seoul
Glamour Girl Gulbis Wins Evian Masters
Norway's Princess Claims Clairvoyant Powers
Russia to Suspend CFE Treaty Participation
Spectacular Exhibition on Scythians in Berlin
Cannes 2007: Killings
The Spy Case
US Forced to Badk Off on Bobcats
UN Conference Firm against Whale Trade
G8 Summit in Heiligendamm, Germany
"For the Love of God": a £50m Work of art
8th ASEM Foreign Ministers Meeting in Hamburg
Hagler Joins Nawal El Moutawakel at Morocco
Serbian Parliament Votes for New Government
Little Mermaid Hurt in Clashes
"Fairy Tale" Heroine to Host Seminar in Seoul
Berlin Hails Launch of EU-Korea FTA Talks
World Leaders Pay Tribute to Yeltsin
Sarkozy Will Beat Royal in French Presidential Run-off: Poll
Two Russian Left-leaning Parties Unite
France Opens Secret UFO Files of 50 Years
"Harry Potter" Goes Green for Final Novel
Anne Frank's Chestnut Tree to Be Cut Down
Germany-Led EU Delegation Travels to N. Korea
S. Korean Astronauts Start Training for Flight
Prince Harry to Serve in Iraq for 6 Months
Are Not to Blame for West-Islam Tensions
Churches Back Plan to Unite under Pope
Putin Blames US for Provoking Nuke Arms Race
Scientists to Save 5,000-Year-Old Embrace
China Olympic Soccer Team in Brawl with Queens Park Rangers
TAQA Launches First Overseas Venture in Holland
EU Calls on China to Stick with Hague Code
EU-OSCE Cooperation in Vienna Speech
Angela Merkel Speaks at EU Parliament
Russian Pilots Stir Up Competition at Al Ain Int'l Aerobatic Championship 2007
UAE, Italy Underline Need to Conclude FTA
'Smallest State' Seeks New Owners
World Faces Hottest Year Ever in 2007
Italy, S. Korea Signed Science & Tech. Accord
Russians Remember Dead Journalists
Travel back in time in grand, majestic city of Riga
Soon, Europe Will Speak in 23 Tongues
Ukraine Marks 74th Years of Great Famine
Britons Wary of Bush More than Kim Jong-Il
World Citizens Reject Torture: Global Poll
UAE, Russia Vow to Spur Business Links
No Confirmation on an Article Announcing bin Laden's Death
People Want Negotiated Settlement
French Couple Will Not Return to Seoul
Illegal, But Tolerated, in a Parallel Existence
Tony Blair Speaks Out on Middle East
Kid Rock And Pamela Anderson Marry
Senior Singles Face Acute Coronary Risk
7/7 – "One Year On and What Has Changed?"
Italy Wins World Cup Final after Shootout
Germany Takes 3rd with Win over Portugal
Global Village Awaits to Learn from Old World
France Shows Class to Tame Brazil Again
Portugal Defeats England 3-1 in Shootout
Germany Beats Argentina 4-2 on Penalty
Gleneagles – Turning Promises into Action
Naomi Campbell's Catwalk into Court
Kidman Marries Singer Keith Urban
Ukraine Beat Switzerland in Penalty Shootout
"We Had Sex in Berlusconi's Office"
Swiss Win Sends S. Korea Home
France Advances to R 16 with Spain, Ukraine
Coaches without Borders
Japan in Need of Miracle
Argentina Ties Netherlands to Advance
Germany Pounds Ecuador 3-0
Won't Play for Draw against S. Korea
World Cup, a Boon for Sex Workers in Germany
Australia Beat Japan 3-1 to Make Soccer History
European States "in CIA's Spider's Web"
Ronaldinho:Laureus Awards Are Very Important
Danish Prince Loves Eating Dog Meat
666 Expectant Mum's Worry
Unwed Parents on Rise In Europe
No Clear Election Winner in Sight
Orange Divorce Partners to Reconcile?
Rooster Saves Life for Speaking "Allah"
Five More Years of Dictatorship
The Incredible Water Bear
How Women Evolved Blond Hair
WFP Approves North Korea Aid Plan
A Dose of Thatcherism for Portugal?
Small Brothels May Be Legalised in UK
Finland’s President Faces Run-off
Stardust Capsule Returns to Earth
Can Britain Succeed Where Hwang Failed?
N. Koreans Toil Abroad Under Grim Conditions
Elton John Makes It Legal With Longtime Partner
Last Orders for Britain’s Licensing Laws
Enigma of Mona Lisa Smile Cracked
Mission Impossible-Style Texts Launched in UK
UK Awaits Bombing Investigation
UK Hosts Climate Change Summit
Royal Lovers Are U.S. Bound
Egalitarian Finland Most Competitive, Too
Lech Kaczynski Elected Poland’s President
Can Saddam Hussein Get a Fair Trial?
Blond Bond: Daniel Craig Named Next 007
Angela Merkel Set to Lead Germany
IAEA, Its Chief Win Nobel Prize for Peace
Golf: Pro Tour Awaits Wie with Some Curiosity
Britain's Secret Sex Survey
France's Role Is Audience Favorite
Arctic Ice "Disappearing Quickly"
Ways of Learning to Speak in Tongues
Reform Postponed in Germany
Synchronizing Present, Past in Timeless Place
Norway Still World's Best Place to Live
France and Belgium Name Banned Airlines
Echoes of Tsushima Can Still Be Heard
French Firsm Drop French for English
Roman Ruler's Head Found in Sewer
When the Allies Fell Out of Love
Slowly, Shared Car Is Making Inroads in Europe
Latvia Prepares for a Tourist Invasion
On the Thames, Where Food Matches the View
France Accepts Trafalgar Legacy
Poland's Plea to Europe: Can We All Get Along?
China Is More Popular Than the US
Wordsworth Aficionados Have New Destination
Chasing Summer in Norway
Museum Reopens Without Its 'Scream'
Finland's Rich Bounty of Musicians
German National Tourist Board Opens New Office in Dubai
What We Still Don't Know
Views of Human History, as Elegant as Ballets
City Names Mark Changing Times
Geneva Remains Favourite Summer Destination
Seoul Shows Worst Record of Women's Rights
Some Surprises in That Galaxy Far, Far Away
Beau-Rivage Palace Still Majestic
Capturing the Heart of Hitler's Reich
World Leaders Mourn Soviet Wartime Dead
North Korea 'May Have Six Bombs'
Trousers Tell Why Napoleon Died
Stalin Refuses to Be Wished Away
Pedal Power Thrives in Germany
Elton John to 'Marry' Partner
Antarctic Glaciers Show Retreat
Joseph Ratzinger Is Elected as New Pope
Charles and Camilla Married at Last
All-Embracing Man of Action for New Papacy
Pope Dies after Suffering Heart, Kidney Failure
Monaco Anxious over Prince's Health
Hitler 'Tested Small Atom Bomb'
Can a Nazi Retreat Be Reinvented?
Marital Rowing "Good for Wives"
McDonald's, MTV Launch Global Partnership
Prince Charles to Wed Camilla Parker Bowles
Modern Love for Ancient Vines in Southern Italy
Spaniards Dare to Question Way Day Is Ordered
Air to "Guard Michelangelo David"
Snappy Slogan? In German? Try English
Third Time Unlucky for Female Gondolier
An Island's 'Grave, Hard Splendor'
French Influence in Europe Is Waning
Russia Cracks Down on Beer Ads
The All-Too-Human Hitler, on Your Big Screen
German President Praises UAE Tolerance
Como, Milano, Roma
Third Reich in New Light
China's Students Flock to Europe
Bavaria's Summer Playground in Germany
Munch's "the Scream" and "Madonna" Stolen
Homeless Londoners Sleep at Heathrow Airport
Romania's Pot-holed Road into Europe
Where Faith, Commerce Join Hands in Prayer
There's History - And a Secret - in Every Bite
A World Empire by Other Means
The Other Copenhagen
Welfare Bill Stirs Russian Anger
Land of Vodka Is Awash in Beer
Madrid Wants the Rock Returned to Spain
Why Britons Are "Language Barbarians"
Russia Points Back at the U.S. in Priacy Issues
Poor Moldovans Lured into Sex Trade
Lewis and Harris -- An Ancient Scottish Isle
Jews of Gibraltar Reflect on Their Roots
Britain Examines 'Honor Killings'
5,000 Years of Stonehenge
Dresden Ruins Finally Restored in 60 Years
Abandoned Pets Find Haven in Barcelona
Athens Readies Itself for 2004 Summer Olympics
US Flag Symbolizes the Liberation of 1944
Politics Dominates Cannes Int'l Film Festival
Legend Says This Is Where Olympic Games Started
Royal Wives No Longer Blue Bloods
Michael Moore Film Shows "US Abuse of Iraqis"
Italy Heralds 'First Woman Prime Minister'
Danish Prince Marries Australian Commoner
New Picture, Military Critics Increase Pressure on Bush
Torture of Iraq Prisoners Prompts Wave of Revulsion
Iraq: US Military in Torture Scandal
Shame of Abuse by British Troops in Iraq
EU Newcomers Welcomed to the Club
Q&A: EU Enlargement
Hamdan, Fischer Review Global Developments
Stunning Wedding Dress in Paris




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A World Empire by Other Means
It is everywhere. Some 380 million people speak it as their first language and perhaps two-thirds as many again as their second. A billion are learning it, about a third of the world's population are in some sense exposed to it and by 2050, it is predicted, half the world will be more or less proficient in it. It is the language of globalization -- of international business, politics and diplomacy. ... more
Hitler Tested Small Atom Bomb
A German historian has claimed in a new book presented on Monday that Nazi scientists successfully tested a tactical nuclear weapon in the last months of World War II. Rainer Karlsch said that new research in Soviet and ... more

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