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Berlin pride parade draws nearly 1 million to celebrate LGBT rights - 07/28/2019

BERLIN, Taylan Goekalp (dpa)- Some one million people filled the streets of the German capital on Saturday for a series of events around Berlin's annual pride parade, celebrating 50 years since the...

New witness account could find Nazis guilty of 1933 Reichstag fire - 07/26/2019

HANOVER, GERMANY, Michael Evers (dpa)- Germany may be inching closer to solving the decades-old mystery of the fire at the Reichstag building in Berlin in 1933, after a new witness account was found...

Experts laud progress on treating HIV as conference ends in Mexico - 07/25/2019

MEXICO CITY, Andrea Sosa Cabrios (dpa)– Important progress is being made in developing treatment and prevention technologies against HIV, experts said at a conference of the International AIDS...

Epstein gave millions to Harvard and others; is that cash tainted? - 07/23/2019

MIAMI, Rob Wile and Aaron Brezel, Miami Herald (tca/dpa)- From Bill Cosby to Harvey Weinstein, big-ticket charitable donors have turned out to be thieves, abusers and scoundrels. Now comes Jeffrey...

Search for missing Vatican teen unearths 'thousands' of bones - 07/20/2019

ROME (dpa)- Experts discovered "thousands" of bones after opening up two ossuaries in a Vatican cemetery on Saturday as part of an ongoing bid to solve the disappearance of a papal servant's daughter...

German teens and Sudanese refugee set for part in Bastille Day parade - 07/14/2019

PARIS (dpa)- Two German teenagers and a young Sudanese refugee are adding an international flavour to Sunday's Bastille Day parade in Paris. They are among a group of 17 young people from France's...

Dubai ruler sues wife Princess Haya in UK's High Court - 07/07/2019

The case opened by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum against Princess Haya bint al-Hussein will be heard in London, at the Family Division of the High Court. London (CNN)Dubai's billionaire...

Indonesian woman charged with blasphemy for bringing dog to mosque - 07/03/2019

Jakarta (dpa) - A Christian woman who entered a mosque with a dog and her shoes on has been charged with religious blasphemy despite evidence that she is mentally ill, Indonesian police said...

German court confirms arrest warrant in political murder case - 07/02/2019

Karlsruhe, Germany (dpa) - Germany's Federal Court of Justice on Tuesday issued a warrant for the arrest and detention of Stephan E, the right-wing activist who has admitted to the killing last month...

Pakistan seeks international assistance to control HIV outbreak - 05/27/2019

Islamabad – An international team of experts is expected to arrive in southern Pakistan where an HIV outbreak has infected hundreds of children.   A 10-member joint team of World Health...
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