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Shroud of Turin on public display after 5 years
Times of India - 4 Hours ago
TURIN: The Turin Shroud, one of Christianity's most celebrated and hotly-debated relics, went on display to the public on Sunday for the first time in five years . More than one million people have already
Interest Keen in Shroud of Turin Burial Cloth NewsR.in
Turin shroud goes on show to public MENAFN
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Dortmund appoint Tuchel to replace Klopp
Deutsche Welle - 4 Hours ago
Borussia Dortmund has named Thomas Tuchel as their new head coach. The former Mainz coach will succeed Jürgen Klopp at Signal Iduna Park next season on a three-year contract. The
UPDATE 2-Soccer-Dortmund seal deal for Tuchel to succeed Klopp Reuters UK
Dortmund name Tuchel as Klopp's successor Masress.com
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Bill Clinton on Hillary's run: 'I'm proud of her'
CNN - 3 Hours ago
49 photos Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, pictured here on Tuesday, March 3, has become one of the most powerful people in Washington. Here's a look at her life and career through the years.
Clinton's husband weighs in CNN
Bill Clinton: 'I'm proud of her' CNN
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Saudis fund French weapons for use in Lebanon
France24 - 6 Hours ago
Hundreds feared dead after migrant boat capsizes off Libya Read more France commemorates Algerian massacres for first time Read more Mass killings of Christians purported in IS
France 'negotiating with Russia' over Mistral deal France24
Ethiopian Christians killed in Libya, IS video purports France24
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Rescue underway for overturned migrant ship off Italian coast
Los Angeles Times - 11 Hours ago
Emergency services mounted a major search and rescue operation Sunday north of Libya after a ship containing hundreds of migrants trying to reach Italy capsized in the Mediterranean. Italy's ANSA news
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Hundreds feared dead in Med sinking
BBC - 13 Hours ago
Hundreds of people are feared to have drowned after a boat carrying up to 700 migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea, the Italian coastguard says. A major rescue operation is under way after the
Hundreds feared dead after Mediterranean boat capsizes Africa News Wire
Hundreds feared dead boat capsizes in Mediterranean Sea MSN Canada
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Gupta: Legalize medical marijuana nationally. Now.
CNN - 17 Hours ago
Story highlights CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta says we should legalize medical marijuana now He says he knows how easy it is do nothing "because I did nothing for too long" Dr. Sanjay Gupta puts medical marijuana
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Moroccan asylum seeker sets himself on fire on German street
ABC Online - 6 Hours ago
Related Story: Anti-immigration rally draws 18,000 to protest in Germany Related Story: Germans want tougher stance on immigration: poll A Moroccan man who was denied political
Moroccan asylum seeker sets himself alight in German town Deutsche Welle
Moroccan asylum seeker sets himself on fire on German street (AFP) West Australian
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Sydney Morning Herald - 53 Minutes ago
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Live AFL: Geelong v Gold Coast Sydney Morning Herald
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When the hunter becomes the hunted
Deutsche Welle - 3 Hours ago
The tables appear to have turned on VW's patriarch. Initially set on an aggressive course against CEO Martin Winterkorn, Ferdinand Piëch was forced to backpedal. Now does he have to worry about his position?
When the hunter becomes the hunted: VW chairman Ferdinand Piëch Deutsche Welle
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Preliminary results from Finland poll show lead for opposition Centre Party
Deutsche Welle - 3 Hours ago
Results of advance voting in Finnish elections show the opposition Centre Party strongly in the lead. The party has also been clearly ahead in pre-elections surveys. The results released
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Union: German train drivers' strike imminent
Deutsche Welle - 4 Hours ago
The union representing German train drivers has threatened new strikes next week after a breakdown in talks with rail operator Deutsche Bahn. The long running labor dispute caused major disruptions last
Union: German train drivers strike imminent Deutsche Welle
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Pro-government fighters make headway in Yemen's Aden
Deutsche Welle - 4 Hours ago
Forces loyal to exiled Yemeni President Mansour Hadi have made advances in the port city of Aden. Meanwhile, Saudi-led airstrikes and clashes between Shiite rebels and Hadi loyalists have killed at least
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EU refugee policies come under fire amid Mediterranean migrant disaster
Deutsche Welle - 4 Hours ago
Calls for a rethink of EU refugee policies are growing following the sinking of a refugee boat in the Mediterranean with hundreds on board. German activists are demanding a new and larger sea rescue program.
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'Remembrance has no expiration date' at Sachsenhausen, Ravensbrück
Deutsche Welle - 5 Hours ago
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier was among dignitaries marking 70 years since the liberation of the Sachsenhausen Nazi concentration camp, saying remembrance must endure after survivors
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Save the Children: 'Restart search and rescue operation'
Deutsche Welle - 6 Hours ago
The staggering death toll in the Meditarrean's latest migrant boat shipwreck has prompted calls for a new EU response. DW spoke to Save the Children's Sarah Tyler about the dire conditions migrants face.
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Zuma calls on foreigners to stay despite xenophobic attacks
Deutsche Welle - 9 Hours ago
After two weeks of xenophobic protest, South Africa's president has appealed to foreigners to stay in the country. He also urged churches to pray for peace and friendship. President
Zuma calls on foreigners to stay despite xenophobia Deutsche Welle
South Africa: Zuma Calls On Foreigners to Stay Despite Xenophobic Violence AllAfrica.com
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Why Tuchel is a 'rule-breaking' coach
Deutsche Welle - 7 Hours ago
Eight-time German champions Borussia Dortmund confirmed Thomas Tuchel as Jürgen Klopp' successor as of July. But is Tuchel, who has agreeded a three-year deal at Signal Iduna Park, up to reinvigorating
'Rule-breaker' Tuchel takes on job of replacing Klopp at Dortmund Deutsche Welle
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Liberation of Ravensbrück women's concentration camp remembered
Deutsche Welle - 8 Hours ago
Ravensbrück was the largest concentration camp for women in Nazi Germany, where some 150,000 prisoners were held by the SS until the camp was liberated in April 1945. Annette Chalut
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EU plans meeting after latest Mediterranean migrant tragedy
Deutsche Welle - 8 Hours ago
The French president has called for an emergency EU meeting in response to what he called the "worst catastrophe in recent years" in the Mediterranean: Over 600 migrants are feared dead after their boat
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Calls mount for G36 assault rifle replacement
Deutsche Welle - 9 Hours ago
A German politician has said a replacement is needed for the highly criticized G36 assault rifle used by the Bundeswehr. The guns are inaccurate in hot temperatures. German paliamentary
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Critics slam Kenya's Somalia border wall project
Deutsche Welle - 9 Hours ago
Kenya has begun construction of a wall along the long, porous border with neighboring war-torn Somalia. This is the latest in a series of measures Kenya has announced to try to curb al-Shabab insurgents.
Critics Slam Kenya's Wall Project [interview] Individual.com
Kenya: Govt Criticised Over Wall Project Along 'Porous' Somali Border AllAfrica.com
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UN: Thousands flee latest 'IS' advance in Iraq
Deutsche Welle - 9 Hours ago
Jihadists' advance in Iraq's Anbar province has forced over 90,000 people to leave their homes, according to the United Nations. The "Islamic State" militants have been gaining ground in the area over
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Iran to block inspectors to military sites, reports
Deutsche Welle - 10 Hours ago
A senior Iranian official says Tehran would ban inspectors from military sites under any nuclear agreement with world powers. Iran has likened international inspections to being under foreign occupation.
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Finns poised for a political shakeup
Deutsche Welle - 10 Hours ago
Observers say Finland's left-right government will be thrown out for a coalition that could include euroskeptics. The economy has been a major topic of the campaign. Opposition Center
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