If people can be arrested for asking questions at library events, 'then I guess we're going to have to shut the library down,' says outraged director about the May incident.
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The station that broadcast Jan Boehmermann's ditty took it out of its archives, but argued that it didn't break the law.
The Filipino head of state also lashes out at the EU, which has criticized his brutal anti-drug crackdown, saying 'better choose purgatory, hell is filled up.'
One of the winners, Michael Kosterlitz, is the son of Hans Kosterlitz, a German-born Jewish biologist who emigrated to Scotland in 1934 following the election of the Nazi Party.
At an event with veterans in Virginia, Trump called for better mental health services for those returning from combat, saying that while many are 'strong,' others 'can't handle' what they have seen on the battlefield.
Washington accuses Moscow of not living up to its commitments to restore the cease-fire in Syria and ensure sustained deliveries of humanitarian aid to besieged cities.
At least three maintenance staff were killed, including one found 100 meters (330 feet) away, apparently thrown by the impact of the explosion.
The Japanese biologist work on autophagy (aw-TAH'-fuh-jee) may be harnessed in the fight against cancer, Alzheimer's and other diseases.
'Free Palestine' spray-painted on entrance to Chabad building in Parkland in south Florida.
Nonetheless, while Hitler's victims were innocent people, Duterte said his targets are 'all criminals.'