Moscow formally launched a project to build a bridge to Ukraine's Crimea, as the Russian army took the Black Sea peninsula under almost complete control
In the first book of “The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich,” William L. Shirer depicts Berlin in Nazi-era Germany.
Two rare copies of "Mein Kampf" signed by the young Nazi leader Adolf Hitler went under the hammer for $64,850 Thursday in Los Angeles, auctioneers said.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed into law a controversial bill that will see homosexuals jailed for life, defying international pressure and criticism
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After a career which spans over almost four decades, it was not surprising that George Clooney would have chosen a subject so sensitive to us who live in this part of the world: the plundering of works of art
Western governments pressed Ukraine's president to compromise with protesters camped on the streets
Cologne Archbishop Joachim Meisner had praised the high birth rate of many Catholics, telling followers: 'One of your families to me makes up for three Muslim families'
A Greek cabinet minister said illegal immigrants in the country are of different 'quality' than those elsewhere in Europe, calling the situation 'tragic'
UN mediator Lakhdar Brahimi signalled that both sides were ready to move beyond their harsh rhetoric to discuss prisoner swaps, local ceasefires and humanitarian aid
The much-anticipated Geneva II talks appear no closer to deciding Syria’s future, with the country’s warring sides trading accusations amid acrimony
Syria's justice ministry dismissed a report alleging the 'industrial-scale' torture and murder of 11,000 detainees with over 55,000 digital images
West Bromwich Albion striker Nicolas Anelka has been charged after making an allegedly anti-Semitic salute during a recent match, the Football Association announced on Tuesday.
Despite the peace efforts on the political agenda, Israeli football continues to brim with discrimination and bigotry.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry is gathering together the country’s far-flung ambassadors for a review of the nation’s foreign policy
A strong democracy is a must in pursuing an active diplomacy, Davutoğlu said at the envoys' conference as the ruling AKP is giving its own test of democracy amid a graft scandal
Two Golden Dawn lawmakers were placed in pre-trial detention late on Saturday in Athens in an ongoing crackdown against the Greek far right group, court officials said.
Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Google apologised Friday after a major square in Berlin regained its Nazi-era name "Adolf Hitler" on its popular online Maps page for a few hours.
The leader of France's far right National Front, which is expected to score well in upcoming European polls, pledged Thursday to do all in her power to facilitate the collapse of the EU.
Israel unveiled Friday a memorial in Tel Aviv to remember the gay and lesbian victims of Nazi persecution, in a ceremony attended by Germany's ambassador.
Swedish police have opened a hate-crime investigation after swastikas were spray-painted on the entrance of a mosque in downtown Stockholm.