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WINNENDEN, Germany - A 17-year-old gunman dressed in black opened fire at his former high school in southwestern Germany on Wednesday then fled in a hijacked car, killing at least 15 people before police shot him to death, state officials said. The...
Times Staff WriterA breezy romantic farce bouncing lightly off a singular historical moment, Manuel Gómez Pereira's "Queens" takes place in the days leading up to Spain's first legal gay wedding. (Spain was the fourth country to legalize gay marriage, a little over a...
Tribune foreign correspondentPoland could be Europe's first red state. The 25 members of the European Union do not think of themselves in terms of blue states and red states, at least not yet. If they did, the map of Europe would have a decidedly blue hue. Even countries with...
Tags: Activism, Social Issues, Values, Democracy, Reformed
Tribune foreign correspondentAl Fath Mosque is in a scruffy immigrant neighborhood not far from the neon-lit kitsch of Pigalle. On Friday afternoons the mosque is jammed, and the overflow of worshipers--all men--spills into the streets. Tourists who stumble on the scene...
Tags: North Africa, Benedict XVI, Migration, Education, Europe
Spin CycleSomehow we missed it until now, but LI USReps Steve Israel and Gary Ackerman both make cameo appearances in a USNWR story about Congressional junketing over the Memorial Day recess. Both took their wives along for the ride, according......
The Swampby Mark Silva In a weeklong journey across Europe, his first since election, President Barack Obama will not only seek a global commitment to economic stimulus -- rumored at $2 trillion in the European press -- but also work on......
The Swampby Mark Silva Simon Sefarty knows his way around Europe, and Washington, too. As President Barack Obama prepares to embark for Europe next week - attending the G-20 summit and traveling from France to Turkey - Sefarty, a senior......
Times Staff WritersPARIS — Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat arrived Friday at a military hospital south of Paris to undergo treatment for a mysterious illness that has severely weakened him and added an unpredictable dynamic to Middle East politics. Traveling on a...
In his own words ON POPE JOHN PAUL II "Today we bury his remains in the earth as a seed of immortality. Our hearts are full of sadness, yet at the same time [full] of joyful hope and profound gratitude." - from homily during Pope John Paul II's...
The Washington PostAfter three years of legal delays, Britain's highest court ruled Monday that an alleged Al Qaeda leader can be extradited to the United States on charges he helped plan the lethal 1998 bombings of two U.S. Embassies. But U.S. officials here said Khaled al...
In his new role as spiritual leader of the Roman Catholic Church in America, Pope Benedict XVI takes on a divided flock, with some believers fervently clinging to fundamental church teachings and others yearning for change on social issues. Pressing...
Tags: Social Issues, Values, Arts and Culture, Europe, Sexual Assault
Sun Foreign StaffLONDON - The ways the U.S. and British governments have handled news surrounding the capture of Saddam Hussein could hardly be more different, and with good reason: While the accomplishment has given an instant and significant boost to President Bush,...
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