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Obama will visit the Belgian cemetery Wednesday.
Battered case, believed to have been lent to officer during first world war, part of reopening exhibition at Bank of England.
For Ukraine and Russia, no era or actor is more omnipresent in their crisis today than World War II and Stepan Bandera.
Memento Park in Budapest is one of Eastern Europe's major galleries of communist-era statuary.
"The" word has a long, controversial political and social history.
Nalanda University was one of the world's first institutions of higher learning -- and now it's coming back after nearly a millennium.
Suárez led a new generation of Spanish politicians to power after Franco's death in 1975.
The museum has set aside the preceding week as a dedication period.
The new College of Charleston president is an avid Civil War reenactor and is affiliated with the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
The most comprehensive study of Saudi textbooks ever commissioned by the U.S. government was completed at the end of 2012, but to this date the State Department has kept it from the public.
Illinois, New York and Hawaii are all expected to compete for Obama's library.
Walsh helped expose the Iran-Contra scandal.
NTT DATA said it would digitize 3,000 manuscripts totaling 1.5 million pages over the next four years.
Vladimir Putin recounted the post-Cold War history during a speech Tuesday marking Crimea's annexation.
A newly deciphered 1,800-year-old letter from an Egyptian solider serving in a Roman legion in Europe to his family back home shows striking similarities to what some soldiers may be feeling here and now.
The photos were found in the collection of the National Archives.
The Spanish government has been flooded with thousands of inquiries about legislation it approved last month that will grant dual citizenship to descendants of Sephardic Jews.
2014 marks both the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I and the year in which British troops withdraw from Afghanistan.
A spokesman for Koch Industries cited a 1958 Supreme Court case guaranteeing NAACP membership lists against state seizure.
Mr. Thrower’s unusual legal background helped garner wide support from lawyers’ groups and lawmakers when Nixon nominated him for I.R.S. commissioner.