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Dresden bombing: Composite images show the Second World War ruin of German city compared to present

Allied bombing during the Second World War killed around 25,000 people in the German city of Dresden and turned tens

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Why Omar & Mehbooba’s PSA Dossiers Make Pretty Strange Accusations

A deep dive into the allegations against the former CMs and why they don’t add up.

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Putin’s Power Play May Hinge on Premier’s Economic Revival

(Bloomberg) -- If Vladimir Putin plans to keep power in Russia beyond 2024, he must solve a more immediate problem.

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Does the constitution matter?

Perhaps not, as dictatorships render laws redundant while courts in democracies interpret them according to the national mood

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Putin’s Constitutional Proposals Approved in First Duma Reading

Commentators see these proposals as a strategy for Putin to stay in charge by becoming the head of State Council.

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In Albania, a film follows communism's star-crossed lovers

Inside the stone walls of a 13th-century fortress, Albanian and Russian actors are striving to re-enact a little-known but troubling

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Poland says Russia trying to ‘divert attention for dark wartime past’ with Holocaust accusations

Vladimir Putin has been accused of rewriting history to turn killers who carried out bloody massacres into victims in an

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Israel’s Auschwitz Ceremony Divides U.S. Allies

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- In Israel, the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp will be marked by

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As scientists, we are appalled at the government’s support for the polluting airline industry

We write as scientists who are appalled at the support of this government for the high-carbon emissions airline industry, and

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The National Archives' dangerous corruption of history

David Perry writes that the National Archives' decision to obscure anti-Trump messages in photos of the Women's March represents a corruption of history and shows how far people in the Trump administration will go to cover for the President, even without him asking.

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