Vladimir Putin is a lucky man. And he’s got three more years of luck to come.
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The Japanese navy had a second successful ballistic missile
intercept in space late Tuesday using a Standard Missile-3 made by
Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems, the company said
The Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona's Coalition for Jewish
Education a program Sunday highlighting the Jewish culture and
communities that existed in Poland before the German invasion on
Sept. 1, 1939.
WARSAW, Poland — Vice President Joe Biden sought reconciliation
with America's staunch allies in Eastern Europe Wednesday, starting
with Poland, which eagerly signed on to a revamped U.S. missile
BUCHAREST, Romania — Even his best friend betrayed him.
WARSAW, Poland — To try to reach young people around the world,
the memorial museum at Auschwitz has launched a page on Facebook,
the social networking site usually home to news and photos about
friends, funny videos and the minutiae of modern life.
NEW YORK — Increased contraceptive use has led to fewer
abortions worldwide, but deaths from unsafe abortions remain a
severe problem, killing 70,000 women a year, a research institute
reported Tuesday in a major global survey.
VATICAN CITY — A 19th-century priest whose courageous work with
leprosy patients in Hawaii has been likened to the efforts of those
battling the stigma of AIDS was elevated to sainthood Sunday by
Pope Benedict XVI, along with four other Catholics he hailed as
heroes of holiness.
LONDON — The Phantom of the Opera is coming back — but this
time, he'll be haunting the amusement park at New York's Coney
Island rather than the Paris opera house.