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Syria on Sunday strongly denied allegations that its forces killed scores of people — including women and children — in one of the deadliest days of the country’s uprising, but the U.N. Security Council after an emergency session...
Associated PressGovernments around the world expelled Syrian ambassadors and diplomats Tuesday, an unusual, coordinated blow to Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime following a gruesome massacre that the United Nations said involved close-range shootings of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThis weekend, the Maryland Symphony Orchestra will present the grand finale of its 30th anniversary season, a season marked by bold programs and appreciative audiences. Music Director Elizabeth Schulze has not lowered the bar for this weekend’s...
email@example.comMusic lovers young and old packed The Maryland Theatre Saturday night for a Russian-inspired finale to the Maryland Symphony Orchestra’s 30th anniversary Masterworks series. The concert, titled “From Russia With Love,” will be...
Associated PressU.N. envoy Kofi Annan said Tuesday he has received the backing of both Syria and China for his plan for a negotiated end to the bloody Syrian conflict. Annan believes Syria’s acceptance of the peace plan is an important first step which now needs...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgI want to go back to the days when I didn't know the names of any European leaders (with the exception of France, whose leaders' antics were always highly amusing) and, beyond that, had no need to know the names of any European leaders. Perhaps I am...
email@example.comZach Bauer, 11, found out that sixth-graders in Italy spend more time at home on the Internet than his fellow sixth-graders. Emma Espinosa, 11, another Charles Town Middle School sixth-grader, learned that the Italian students watch much less...
"In October of 1929, the seizure of all church bells was ordered because 'the sound of bells disturbs the right of peace of the vast majority of atheists in the towns and countryside.'" These were the words of Historian Nicolas Werth as he described...
Associated PressThe U.S. strongly warned Iran on Wednesday against closing a vital Persian Gulf waterway that carries one-sixth of the world's oil supply, after Iran threatened to choke off traffic through the Strait of Hormuz if Washington imposes sanctions targeting...
Associated PressRussia and China are urging the chief U.N nuclear inspector to scrap or delay U.S.-backed plans to reveal intelligence on Iran's alleged nuclear arms experiments, in a bluntly worded confidential document obtained Monday by The Associated Press. The...
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