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Helmut Oberlander: The judicial battle against the deportation of the last Nazi from Canada | International

The Nazi past haunts Helmut Oberlander, 97, and also Canada. The North American country fought Adolf Hitler's regime in World War II and received thousands …

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Barguti, the most popular Palestinian prisoner, challenges President Abbas's old guard at the polls | International

Palestinian leader Marwan Barguti, before the Tel Aviv court that tried him in 2004.Reuters Photographer / Reuters The leader of the Second Intifada, Marwan Barguti, …

Read moreBarguti, the most popular Palestinian prisoner, challenges President Abbas's old guard at the polls | International

The procession no longer goes inside in Jerusalem | International

Palm Sunday procession, this Sunday in Jerusalem.ATEF SAFADI / EFE Waving palms and olive branches, between songs of Hosana! With fervor as religious as nationalistic, …

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The Pritzker Prize for Architecture awarded to the French Lacaton and Vassal

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 4:52 p.m. The Pritzker Prize, the world's highest distinction in architecture, was awarded Tuesday to the French Jean-Philippe Vassal and …

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On February 17, 1986, the first Francophonie Summit opens

Radio-Canada Posted at 6:55 p.m. On February 17, 1986, the first Francophonie Summit was inaugurated in Paris. A look back at a historic event that …

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Kubrick, Bergman, Antonioni, Kurosawa, Fritz Lang: 15 clássicos gratuitos para ver no carnaval

Para os cinéfilos que estão em busca de bons filmes para assistir durante a folga, a Bula reuniu em uma lista 15 clássicos que estão …

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Jovenel Moïse: "A group of oligarchs wants to take over Haiti" | America

Since last Sunday, Haiti has two presidents. One, Jovenel Moïse, 52, served his fourth year as president. The second is Joseph Mécène, a 72-year-old judge …

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Controversy in Tunisia after three young people were sentenced to 30 years in prison for possession of cannabis and consumption of hashish | International

The protests of young people in Tunisia continue to fade. On January 14, the tenth anniversary of the revolution that marked the beginning of the …

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Italy Launches Largest Mafia Trial in Decades | International

Italy seats the Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta, currently the most widespread, powerful and dangerous mafia in the country. It is the first time that this organization, considered …

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On January 14, 2011, the people of Tunisia oust President Ben Ali from power

Radio-Canada Posted at 6:25 p.m. yesterday 10 years ago, Tunisian President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali gave up power under popular pressure. If the revolution supported …

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