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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has just formed a new government in Israel. But nothing of substance will change. Peace negotiations will not resume; settlement activity will expand; war with Iran will still be threatened; and Israel will move even...
Tags: Palestine, Religion and Belief, Government, European Union, Iran
This post has been corrected. See the note below. PARIS — France on Tuesday gaveá seven paintings once destined for display in an art gallery for Adolf Hitler back to the families of those who had lost or sold them as the Nazis pushed through...
It’s being marketed as a one-time tax -- a civic donation to the nation’s financial stability. But the people of Cyprus know it by another name: expropriation. A government plan to siphon as much as 10% from individual bank deposits to co-...
Lena Dunham had a few post-Oscar tweets about a few of the night's key players: Anne Hathaway and Seth MacFarlane, two of Oscar Sunday's controversial headline-makers. But she did have love for the diminutive "Beasts of the Southern Wild" lead actress...
The Hartford CourantBarry Simons' resume was unusual, to say the least. It would reveal that he had raised a lion cub, performed in a circus, spent time as a London "Bobby" and had tea with the Queen. He was even given an honorary knighthood by a group in Australia; he...
New details about the Vienna Philharmonic's past Nazi ties have come to light, with research showing that the venerated orchestra contained its fair share of party members during World War II. The new research was carried out by an independent group of...
The roots of the Israel Philharmonic are traced in director Josh Aronson's documentary, detailing how Polish violinist Bronislaw Huberman spearheaded a four-year effort to spirit Jewish musicians out of Nazi Germany and assemble them into an orchestra....
Tags: DVDs, Culture, Arts and Culture
FrameworkWednesday's Pictures in the News begins in Africa, where Malian youths restrain an alleged shop looter after arresting him in the northern city of Gao, a key Islamist stronghold until it was retaken by French and Malian troops in a major boost to the...
The only way to have a database to track guns used in crimes is to have a database of all guns sold and owned in the U.S.A. This would put the government one step away from confiscating all firearms. áThis is the sworn goal of the president, Feinstein...
"Wicked" rips the lid off of Oz. Rips it right off. Dirty politics. Infidelity. Domestic surveillance. A love child. Racial discrimination (y'know, against the green-skinned coloreds). Emotional abuse. Animal rights. Blacklisting. And...
For both audiences who admire it and the protagonist who lives it, the intense, emotional "Lore" is a picture from life's other side. While stories dealing with the suffering surrounding World War II and the Holocaust are a dramatic staple, "Lore" flips...
The Road Warrior w/Dan HartzellIn Friday's post entitled "Deutschland, Deutschland Uber Alles," I provided a translation of an anonymous email I recevied regarding a previous Warrior column on bicycle and pedestrian traffic regulations. I am no language expert, and I assumed from the...
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