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It was hard to find the physical remains of King Richard III. Imagine how hard, then, to psychoanalyze the man. That, nonetheless, is what Mark Landsdale, head of the University of Leicester School of Psychology, has attempted to do, with help from...
President Obama's visit to the Middle East next month is widely billed as an earnest attempt to double down on diplomacy and revive the moribund peace process between the Israelis and Palestinians. Unfortunately, the odds are stacked against the...
Tags: Yasser Arafat, Barack Obama, Politics, Elections, Hamas
SAIR, West Bank — As Israel looked for ways to contain growing Palestinian anger over the death of a West Bank detainee in its custody, thousands of mourners gathered Monday for the funeral of the man Palestinian officials say succumbed to torture...
Tags: Civil Rights, Politics, Hamas, Israel, Crime, Law and Justice
Re “Moving past stalemate,” Opinion, Feb. 19 Maen Rashid Areikat relies on what has become the standard Palestinian rationalization for refusing to return to negotiations with Israel until the settlement issue is resolved. He relieves the...
RAMALLAH, West Bank -- Palestinians demonstrated throughout the West Bank and East Jerusalem on Friday demanding the release of four prisoners on a hunger strike in Israeli jails. Israeli officials say the Palestinian prisoners are militants accused...
King Richard the Third, left alone for the evening after the archaeologists had left, stretches out his bony self and contemplates his comeback. It was good to have people making a fuss over him again, after all those centuries. From what he hears,...
When Joni Mitchell wrote "Big Yellow Taxi" in 1970, parking lots seemed permanent. When a parking lot went in, something else came out, and it was cause for mourning. You never thought the past would be able to come back from the parking lot. Don&...
Tags: Joni Mitchell, CNN (tv network)
As President Barack Obama begins his second term, he faces a series of Middle East challenges far more daunting than when he began his presidency in 2009. These problems include: •what to do about the Arab-Israeli conflict, with peace talks between...
Viewed from the American side of the water, the fanfare about the discovery of the bones of the last Plantagenet monarch probably seems a bit quaint. Having determined that the remains found in Leicester, U.K., a few months back are indeed those of...
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Who was Richard III? We've got an idea of what he looked like thanks to a new 3-D reconstruction of his head, made after the discovery of his skull, along with the rest of his skeleton, under a parking lot in Leicester, England. But what kind of...
This week it was announced that DNA testing of bones found buried beneath a parking lot in Leicester, England, had established that they belonged to King Richard III, who was killed in battle in 1485. Researchers were able to match DNA recovered from...
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