Some of the paintings may have passed through the hands of a dealer the Nazis let sell 'degenerate' art they disliked, and who had amassed a cache of roughly 1,400 works of art.
With new jets, missiles, tanks and a reformed army culture of paid soldiers, Russia is determined to prove its military worth.
U.S. Jewish organization's decision to host holiday event with Azeri embassy sparks dissent among its members.
'Russia is the No. 1 threat to the United States,' Air Force Secretary Deborah James says, 'because of the nuclear aspect, it could be an existential threat to the United States.'
A 2008 document, leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden, says the British were concerned about Israel's stance on Iran. GCHQ also spied on Israeli diplomats, and defense firms.
Ontario’s legislature on Dec. 1 by a vote of 49 to 5, passed a motion rejecting 'the differential treatment of Israel, including the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.'
Despite international incident with China, Trump tweeted Taiwanese president 'CALLED ME,' grousing that: 'Interesting how U.S. sells Taiwan billions of dollars of military equipment but I should not accept a congratulatory call.'
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