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BERLIN (AP) — It probably wasn't the reception Barbie was hoping for at the start of her European tour. Feminist protesters burned a doll on a cross and left-wing demonstrators shouted "pink stinks" at the Berlin opening of a life-sized Barbie...
Donald Ray Dickey, 78, of Somerset, died May 14, 2013, at his home. Born Oct. 21, 1934, in Black Twp., son of Francis Russell and Mary Ellen (Youler) Dickey. Preceded in death by parents, son-in-law Gunter Stehr; brothers Harry D. Dickey, Robert E. Dickey...
The opening this month of the first life-sized Barbie Dreamhouse in Europe may be the fantasy of many a little girl, but Berlin feminists are mobilising against what they call a sexist icon. With her ironed-straight blond tresses, doe-like baby blue...
When on Jan. 30, 1933, then-German President Hindenburg appointed Hitler as the country's chancellor, it changed German as well as world history. Twelve years later, Hitler ended his own life, but not before millions of victims had perished. Several...
South Bend TribuneBENTON HARBOR -- Ever hear of Gail Halvorsen? Probably not. But students at St. Paul's Lutheran School in Stevensville have. They know him as "Uncle Wiggly Wings" or the "Candy Bomber," and he was on hand Tuesday at Southwest Michigan Regional Airport...
Austrian director Ulrich Seidl makes a habit of blurring boundaries: his documentaries include staged scenes, and his dramas feature nonprofessional actors who are sometimes playing versions of themselves. But there is little middle ground when it comes...
Sixty-eight years ago, the Russian Third Army liberated the Ravensbrück Concentration Camp near the town of Fürstenberg, Germany. One of the survivors in the camp was a 6-year-old boy from Poland named Nathan Montrose. Nearly seven decades later, on...
BERLIN -- Europe's most important relationship is under increasing strain after French officials accused Germany's leader of "egotistical intransigence" and leaders in Berlin shot back by describing France as the continent's "biggest problem child."...
Tags: Employment, France, Career and Workplace, Germany, Angela Merkel
Germany: Berlin will charge a 5 percent tax on overnight stays in hotels, hostels and campsites, starting July 1. The third most visited city in the European Union reported more than 20 million overnight hotel stays in 2010. The levy is expected to...
WDBJ7 BloggerAt 2:50 am Anthony and Bates are off to Dresden, Germany to find the Ministry of Finance. The guys express feelings to keep working with Caroline and Jen. They consider the guys “race boyfriends.” This is just like a Big Brother showmance....
Tags: Auto Racing, Rush Limbaugh, Ronald Reagan, Germany, Trials
Ursula Elsa Geiger Nisley, 90, of Greencastle, Pa., passed away Saturday, April 13, 2013, at Chambersburg Hospital from complications of a sudden illness. Ursula was born in Berlin, Germany, on Jan. 25, 1923. She grew up in Berlin, as a school girl,...
Blogging with Bill WhiteBetween the blog and my column, I've written several times about poet/playwright/composer/educator Edwin Romond of Wind Gap. I'm no poetry expert, but his themes and his words have touched me, over and over. I had the honor of introducing Romond......
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