Voting in the midst of Nazi terror
Indian career women put pregnancy on freeze
In March 1933, Germans voted for a new parliament - their last free election before all but the Nazi party was banned. Such extraordinary measures of terror preceded the election that there Read more »
Turkish conditions bother German Patriot troops
Egg freezing is becoming increasingly popular in India, where many women in good jobs are now choosing to put their careers ahead of babies.
Hundreds of clinics have sprung up across India Read more »
Forbes crowns world's richest people
German troops manning two Patriot batteries in Turkey face unexpected problems. The potential threat from Syrian missiles is not the main subject among soldiers - it is the conflict over Read more »
Monti demise sends jitters through markets
In its latest annual count of billionaires, Forbes magazine has listed the world's richest people. It found that the number of super-rich men and women had gone up again despite unfavorable Read more »
EU to receive Nobel Peace Prize at Oslo ceremony
Uncertainty has returned to the financial markets after Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti announced his resignation over the weekend. European shares and Italy's bonds fell, while the euro Read more »
EU less than peaceful ahead of Nobel ceremony
The European Union has received the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize at a ceremony in Norway. The award comes for the group's role in "stabilizing" Europe and transforming it "from a Read more »
Berlusconi makes a play for political comeback
The Nobel committee considers the European Union a big project for peace and understanding. But ahead of the award ceremony, the EU is busy nit-picking and quibbling.
When the Chairman of Read more »
Projections: Romania's ruling coalition wins landslide
Former Italian prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, tainted by scandals and corruption, has tossed his hat back into the political ring, following Mario Monti's announced resignation. Read more »
Norwegian police apologize for deportations of Jews
Early projections are indicating that Prime Minister Victor Ponta's center-left alliance has waltzed to an absolute majority in parliamentary elections. These early results conform with Read more »
Treasures of Chinese emperors come to Cologne
Norwegian police have apologized for the first time over their role in arresting and deporting over 700 Jews while under German occupation during World War II. The prime minister apologized Read more »
'We need good leaders in Israel and Palestine'
Colossal paintings and exquisite art objects of the former emperors of China are on display in a new exhibition in Cologne. It illuminates the historical conditions from which modern-day Read more »
Pirate Party struggles to hammer out platform
The conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is once again on everyone’s lips. But according to Israeli author Assaf Gavron, his countrymen normally do not like talking about the Read more »
(video) K-Pop Star PSY: I Would Teach President Obama ‘Gangnam Style’
The Pirate Party has been criticized by the mainstream for lacking concrete positions on many issues. Although the party sought to develop a clearer platform at its weekend convention, the Read more »
Obama ‘Would Like’ to Visit Russia - Envoy
International superstar PSY announced that he would be willing to go to the White House and teach President Barack Obama the ‘Gangnam Style’ dance.
In an interview with Read more »
US President Barack Obama would like to visit Russia, Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul said on Wednesday.
Obama would especially like to go to St. Petersburg, which he has never been to, Read more »
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