The publisher spent years adding comments to Hitler's original text in an effort to highlight his propaganda and mistakes.
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Security experts believe the attacker is a skilled marksman. 'He could have been fighting in Syria for years,' says one.
Ten rebel factions say they will suspend talks until the cease-fire is 'fully implemented,' citing the ongoing military offensive in Barada Valley.
Here's a look at how close North Korea may already be to developing a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the United States.
Last Thursday, state media reported that the Egyptian government approved the maritime border agreement despite a court ruling the deal unconstitutional.
Rachel Freier, believed to be the first woman elected as a U.S. judge from the ultra-Orthodox community, will start work on Tuesday as the new Brooklyn civil court judge.
Sean Spicer also dismissed a report released by the FBI and Homeland Security Department supporting the accusations against Russia, calling it a "how-to" manual on basic cybersecurity for Democrats.
Controversial new Mayor Marcelo Crivella has been to Israel over 35 times and has had to distance himself from disparaging statements he has made against homosexuals, Catholics and Hindus.
Gunman who killed 39 people in Istanbul still at large; officials believed he is either from Uzbekistan or Kyrgyzstan.
Explosion in Shi'ite district comes hours after French President Hollande's arrival to the country.