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Wednesday 20 February 2013
David Cameron, Britain’s prime minister, has ended his rather over-done public relations blitz in India with a sombre and respectful visit to the Jallianwala Bagh site of the 1919 Amritsar massacre, one of the worst atrocities of British rule, which he described as a “deeply shameful event in British history”.
Tuesday 19 February 2013
Many Indians feel that Britain's outrages during the colonial era have never been fully admitted, never mind taken responsibility for
Tuesday 19 February 2013
An Israeli investigative journalist has launched a search for nearly half-a-ton of Jewish-owned gold and platinum believed to have been stolen by the Nazis and dumped in a remote lake north of Berlin during the last days of the Second World War.
Tuesday 29 January 2013
Neil Heslin was testifying at a local hearing on firearm control at the time
Sunday 27 January 2013
Miklos Nyiszli was a Hungarian Jewish doctor whose life was spared by the Nazis because he had trained at one time in Germany.
Friday 25 January 2013
After a career spent studying genocide, this survivor of Auschwitz finally tells his own story
Wednesday 23 January 2013
More than 30 shotguns and pistols were found wrapped in newspaper dated March 14 1996
Friday 18 January 2013
Auschwitz survivor will lead pre-match ritual following anti-Semitic chants at Tottenham
Thursday 10 January 2013
Bill Clinton says that the availability of high-capacity bullet magazines was 'nuts'
Monday 24 December 2012
If authorities succeed in banning the neo-Nazi NPD, its successor is ready and waiting
Friday 21 December 2012
Rather than recoiling from the gun, Americans are emptying stores of ‘sporting rifles’ while online prices soar
Thursday 20 December 2012
Lady Gaga, MC Hammer and Goldie Hawn are among 100 big names to have publicly condemned America's gun policies
Monday 10 December 2012
Not The Nine O'Clock News once announced on air that the TV picture of anyone without a TV licence would go black. It did so, then a phone number appeared and a voiceover invited culprits to call the Director-General and explain themselves. From that moment the phone in our production office started ringing. Stifling our laughter, each of us in turn fielded calls from frantic viewers promising to pay up. After 40 years in entertainment, I believe making people laugh is "a Good Thing". But – like power, money, science and religion – comedy is a powerful tool that can be used for good or ill. And, on rare occasions, it can be lethal.
Saturday 24 November 2012
This stark novel of deprivation and survival makes us see, and feel, the reality of the camps
Tuesday 20 November 2012
A university researcher has been arrested over an alleged plot to detonate a four-tonne bomb in front of the parliament building in Warsaw when the President, Prime Minister, government ministers and MPs were present.
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