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  • Grave of Ukrainian nationalist Stepan Bandera vandalized in Germany

    MUNICH (Reuters) - The grave of Stepan Bandera, a leader of Ukrainian fighters who fought both Nazi and Soviet forces during World War Two and after, was vandalized in a German cemetery overnight, police said on Sunday. A marble cross about 1.80 meters...
  • Senior Merkel ally calls for common European arms export rules

    BERLIN (Reuters) - One of Chancellor Angela Merkel's main allies in parliament has called for Europe to adopt common arms export regulations, saying there would be an increasing number of European defense companies in future. Volker Kauder, the floor...
  • Foreign Briefing: Warnings issued for Mideast, Africa and Ebola

    The U.S. State Department has issued several new warnings — none surprising but all important — as trouble plagues the Middle East and Africa. Iraq: In an Aug. 10 warning, the agency warns travelers "against all but essential travel to Iraq....
  • Thousands of Israelis demonstrate for peace

    TEL AVIV (dpa) Thousands of Israelis took to the streets of Tel Aviv Saturday evening to call for a peace agreement with the Palestinians. Author David Grossman warned demonstrators in Tel Aviv's central Rabin Square of "fanaticism and hate" also between...
  • Separatists claim advances in eastern Ukraine

    MOSCOW (dpa) Pro-Russian separatists claimed Saturday that they had opened up a supply line between the besieged eastern Ukraine areas of Donetsk and Luhansk. Their next aim in fighting with Ukrainian government forces is to break the army blockade of...
  • Spanish priest becomes first Ebola patient to die in Europe

    MONROVIA, Liberia A Spanish priest who contracted Ebola in Liberia has died in a Madrid hospital, medical sources said on Tuesday, as the outbreak spreads through West Africa. Miguel Pajares, 75, was the first Ebola patient to die in Europe. He had...
  • Merkel, Poroshenko say arms deliveries to Ukraine separatists must stop

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko agreed in a phone call on Saturday that deliveries of weapons to separatists in Ukraine must stop and a ceasefire must be agreed, a spokesman for the German...
  • Germans say they accidentally tapped Clinton, Kerry calls

    BERLIN The German Foreign Intelligence Agency has admitted tapping "at least one" phone call each by current Secretary of State John Kerry and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton while they were aboard United States government jets, according to...
  • Iraqi Kurdish leader appeals to Germany for weapons

    BERLIN (Reuters) - The leader of Iraq's Kurds appealed to Germany for weapons to help Kurdish fighters battling militants of the Islamic State, and said foreign powers must find a way to cut off the group's funding. The European Union on Friday gave a...
  • German emigres' effect on U.S. cinema saluted

     German emigres' effect on U.S. cinema saluted
    The United States was a relatively provincial country in the 1930s, and the films coming out of Hollywood reflected this lack of sophistication, even though it was the glamorous center of the movie production world. But the intellectual atmosphere began...
  • Ukraine foreign minister calls on NATO, EU to give military support

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin called on NATO and the European Union to provide military support for Ukrainian troops fighting pro-Russian separatists and said the Western military alliance needed to come up with a new...