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Critics said the monument is an attempt on the part of the governing Fidesz party to rewrite history and downplay the role Hungarians had in the Holocaust.
An aide to Prime Minister Abe criticized Obama for expressing disappointment in the PM's visit to the Yasukuni shrine.
Hearings into an appalling genocide have seen just five indictments and only one conviction in eight years at a cost of some $200 million.
A Romanian agency has accused the former commander of a labor camp of crimes against humanity for the deaths of 115 political prisoners.
The villa-style home in Columbia, S.C., built in 1871, is one of four historic sites for Wilson.
University police found the rope noose and a pre-2003 Georgia state flag with the Confederate "stars and bars" on its face Sunday morning.
The single "Lookin A** N*gga" has been taking hits from some critics because of its almost-continual use of the n-word.
Lake Placid in 1980 was as unprepared for the games as Sochi in 2014.
Among the participant will be Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Julian Bond, Taylor Branch, Julian Castro, Luci Baines and Lynda Bird Johnson, and Jon Lewis.
A new donation has brought 60,000 CDs and 4,000 LPs to the University of Texas.
American president sometimes seems to be suffering under a barrage of paranoid criticism, but so did Barack Obama's most illustrious predecessors
Inquiry chairman writes to Kim Jong-un warning he could face trial at The Hague for crimes against humanity.
Model also links avian influenza strains to deadly horse flu.
A new research consortium begins a conservation phase that might add an important piece to the puzzle of what happened to the submarine.
How Jewish ‘enemy aliens’ overcame a ‘traumatic’ stint in Canadian prison camps during the Second World War
In 1940, German Jewish refugees in Canada were placed in internment camps, treated as dangerous threats to Canadian security.
Even George Washington had a major impact on the development of international law.
Catherine Pelonero argues the case in "Kitty Genovese: A True Account of a Public Murder and its Private Consequences."
Nazi scientists were working on ways to use malaria-carrying mosquitoes as a weapon, researchers have uncovered. Until now, experts have disputed whether Germany was working on biological warfare during World War II.
Documents reveal Hillary Clinton’s private reaction to her husband's cheating scandal with Monica Lewinsky
Hillary Clinton told a close friend that Monica Lewinsky was a "narcissistic loony toon," according to documents released Sunday.
The project is to be led by the University of Leicester geneticist who helped identify the remains.