Two months after original deal is rejected, Colombia's president and country's largest rebel group sign new deal in sober ceremony.
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From cries of 'Heil Hitler' to jeers that he 'should have been burned in the ovens,' life in Providence is not what it used to be for Rabbi Dolinger.
Critic says the law is unnecessary because many Dutch institutions already have independent authority to stop women from wearing burqas and niqabs.
Even if the U.S. president-elect were to try to change the guidelines, he'd face steep legal and legislative hurdles to reinstate the interrogation practice.
Judge says the murder was carried out to advance a political cause 'of violent white supremacism associated with Nazism.'
Berlin has 'great faith in American civil society, media and politics to address such bad developments,' German government spokesman says.
The sale price, nearly three times the upper limit of the auction house's estimate, shows the enduring popularity of the Jewish diarist.
After purchasing the jacket for $2, Jillian Eisman donated it to a Holocaust Center in N.Y.C., where curators unearthed the story of the man who once wore it.
Remarks likely to irk Cairo's top financial backer, Saudi Arabia, which backs the rebels in the Syrian civil war.
From climate change to his thoughts about the New York Times, U.S. president-elect sounds completely different than candidate Trump.