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The 20th century still looms large in Poland, and particularly in Nowa Huta. The eastern suburb of Krakow was built almost from scratch at Stalin’s behest by Poland’s communist government shortly after the Second world War, and is still home to more than 100,000 residents. The area – whose name means “New Steelworks” in Polish – was built as a sort of communised utopia for the city’s workers.

Failure to launch military strike against Syria will be taken as a sign of Western weakness, says Nato chief

Anders Fogh Rasmussen says direct strikes against Assad's regime were the only way to prevent him - and other rogue states - using chemical weapons

Syria crisis: Assad warns US it will ‘pay the price’ if threatened missile strikes happen

In first American TV interview for two years, Syrian dictator tells America: ‘You will pay the price if you are not wise with dealing with terrorists’

Syria civil war: John Kerry and Arab leaders agree ‘global red line was crossed’

Ahead of talks with the Foreign Secretary William Hague on Monday, the US Secretary of State says the world must not stand by as 'silent spectators to slaughter'

The News Matrix: Saturday 7 September 2013

University to scrap zero-hours contracts

the classified document outlines a highly-sensitive inquiry into the claims that the elderly Nazi was killed on British orders to preserve wartime secrets

Adolf Hitler's Nazi deputy Rudolf Hess ‘murdered by British agents’ to stop him spilling wartime secrets

Surgeon claims Hess was killed on British orders to preserve wartime secrets

Hitler's bodyguard and secretary has died aged 96

'Hitler was no brute': Führer’s defiant bodyguard and witness to his last hours Rochus Misch dies aged 96

SS guard who spent five years with Hitler died remaining loyal to the man he affectionately called 'boss'

An explosion killed the military prosecutor Yussef Ali al-Asseifar in Benghazi last week

Special report: We all thought Libya had moved on – it has, but into lawlessness and ruin

Libya has plunged unnoticed into its worst political and economic crisis since the defeat of Gaddafi

Two fully armed Royal Air Force Tornado bombers during an operation

Syria crisis: Military action against Assad would avoid repeating failure to deal with Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein at early stage, warns Boris Johnson

London Mayor suggest second vote on intervention if US politicians back Obama over use of force

Gareth Bale at a press conference announcing his move to Real Madrid at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

Gareth Bale, his £85m transfer deal, and how Real Madrid ruined football for fans

As the dealing reaches fever pitch, Borrusia Dortmund show you can join football's big boys without buying success

Globo media organisation apologises for supporting Brazil’s dictatorship

The network comes clean about working as the propaganda wing between 1964 and 1985

Nearly 100,000 Nazi storm troopers are gathered at Luitpold arena to listen to a speech by Adolf Hitler on 'Brown Shirt Day'

Nuremberg rallies to repair crumbling Nazi heritage site

Officials in the German city of Nuremberg have announced controversial plans to spend up to €70m (£60m) on renovating the city’s vast yet dilapidated Nazi Party rally grounds, used by the documentary filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl as a haunting backdrop for her Hitler propaganda film Triumph of the Will.

Syria: Philip Hammond confuses Saddam Hussein with Bashar al-Assad on Newsnight

With David Cameron’s shock Commons defeat on Syria sending Conservatives into disarray, it’s no surprise that Defence Secretary Philip Hammond seemed flustered on Newsnight.

The singer, the X-rated movies and the dictator: Kim Jong-un's former lover ‘executed by machine-gun for appearing in porn films’

A member of a North Korean pop group and erstwhile companion of the country's leader has reportedly been killed by machine gun

George Clooney, Sandra Bullock and director Alfonso Cuaron arrive at the 70th Venice Film Festival in Venice

'Gravity' star George Clooney helps keep an eye on Sudanese dictator accused of war crimes

Star claims spy satellite he funds helps to curb murderous tendencies of ruler

Jim Armitage: Taking on Carney might not be a walk in the park

Outlook Mark Carney's PR savvy impresses more with every outing. First his arrival at Threadneedle Street by Tube rather than limo. Then women on banknotes. Now, his love-in with the East Midlands.

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