Norwegian police apologize for deportations of Jews
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 »
Sweden's Ericsson announces job cuts
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 »
Obama wins second term as president
Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson has said it will cut about 15 hundred jobs at home in an attempt to lower its costs. The company has recently logged slumping profit and sales in Read more »
Russia Urges UN Approval of Syria Communique
President Barack Obama has won a second term in the White House, defeating Republican contender Mitt Romney after securing several key battleground states.
Republican candidate Mitt Romney Read more »
China-Japan dispute lifts lid on simmering enmity
Russia continues to call on the UN Security Council to approve the Geneva statement of the Action Group for Syria, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.
“Urgent Read more »
European car markets continue to slide in August
The dispute over islands in the East China Sea has seen both Tokyo and Beijing bow to nationalist sentiment. There are hopes that both governments will seek to ease the pressure before the Read more »
German Muslims split over anti-Islam film screening
As recession grips Europe, consumers' lust for cars is waning, driving auto sales on the continent in August to their lowest numbers almost a year. The slump has affected all markets, Read more »
Kabul suicide bomb attack in protest of film
Opinion among Muslims groups in Germany is divided over whether public screenings of a US-made anti-Islam film should be prohibited. "The Innocence of Muslims" is at the centre of Read more »
Merkel touches on finances and films in annual address
A suicide bomber has blown up a minibus carrying foreigners near Kabul in response to an anti-Islam film that has sparked protests worldwide. The insurgent group Hezb-e-Islami has claimed Read more »
Hezbollah issues film warning as protests spread
In an extended press conference that she holds every year, German Chancellor Angela Merkel commented on several issues facing Germany. She devoted much of her time to Germany's role in the Read more »
Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has warned of grave repercussions if an anti-Islam film is released in full. Global protests over the American-made film have resulted in the deaths Read more »
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