Tag: history

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Hospital staff ‘truly exhausted,’ says Texas doctor in viral hug photo

by Mark FELIX with Sarah Titterton in Washington Through multiple masks, a face shield and a protective suit he likens to those worn by...
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Trump shows no surrender in first post-election rally

by Andrew Caballero-Reynolds President Donald Trump made clear Saturday he had no intention of relinquishing his baseless claims that last month’s election was stolen...
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Criticises over temple demolition, Kedah MB tells MIC and DAP critics not to be...

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec. 5 — Kedah Mentri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor has hit out at MIC and DAP critics by referring to the...

Up close and personal with PSP’s Dr Tan Cheng Bock

In the latest in a series of videos released by Progress Singapore Party (PSP) in a bid to allow members of the public to...

Berlin bans snapshot ‘soldiers’ at Checkpoint Charlie

The classic souvenir photo with two "American soldiers" at Checkpoint Charlie, once the border crossing from West Berlin to the East, may be off...

How Berlin Wall’s fall sparked joy and upended lives

by Yacine LE FORESTIER and Yannick PASQUET Three citizens of former East Germany recount how they experienced the fall of the Berlin Wall, from the...

With exhibit and selfies, Russians mark 100th birthday of Kalashnikov

by Andrea PALASCIANO Dozens of cadets and youngsters from Russia's Youth Army have been getting up close and personal with perhaps the world's most iconic...

Far-right surge rattles guardians of Nazi era remembrance

AFP is republishing this feature which has been selected by the agency's chief editors as one of the best of the week. by Deborah COLE A...

75 years ago, Paris freed from Nazi occupation

by Juliette Baillot In August 1944 ordinary Parisians rose up, led by Resistance fighters supported by workers, women and even priests to throw off the Nazi...

Social studies, Little India riot, and a sad case of confirmation bias

By Howard Lee Parents who have had misgivings about what social studies is teaching their children in secondary school would now have reason to erase...
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