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A bid to reopen an investigation into the Second World War massacre by Nazi soldiers of 560 civilians in a Tuscan village was rejected Tuesday by the attorney general of Stuttgart. A victims' association had been trying to reopen the investigation of
The administrator overseeing efforts to provide financial help to victims of the Boston Marathon bombings says he will keep to the June 30 date for release of donated money. Kenneth Feinberg spoke at the commencement of Curry College on Sunday. He
www.thelocal.de/national/20130517-49769.html As the trial of a German woman accused of being part of a murderous neo-Nazi terror cell adjourned until next month, when two of her alleged accomplices will speak, excruciating details emerged of how the
Indian-origin MP Sebastian Edathy, who chairs a German parliamentary inquiry commission, has sharply criticised the country's security authorities for their "total failure" in probing a string of 10 racially motivated murders allegedly by a neo-Nazi
Attorney Ken Feinberg, who managed similar funds after Sept. 11 and Virginia Tech and is managing this fund, says there's no easy way to decide who gets how much of the $30 million that's been donated.
Dozens of Boston's top chefs are leaving their kitchens to set up at the oldest baseball park in the major leagues for an evening and raise money for Boston Marathon bombing victims. The Boston Bites Back'' event at Fenway Park on Wednesday is being
Suspected ring leader of a neo-Nazi gang, Beate Zschaepe, has been indicted at a court in Munich for her alleged involvement in 10 racially-motivated murders committed across Germany over a period of six years. As the regional court in Munich
A survivor of the Boston Marathon bombings who was shown in a widely publicized photo staggering away from the scene of the explosions wants people to remember the victims of the April 15 blasts. James "Bim" Costello, a 30-year-old Harvard University
UMass Dartmouth campus to the bombing memorial on Bolyston Street in Boston. All proceeds from the event will go to the One Fund, Mello said. Mello is recruiting participants now and has a team of about 15 "student leaders" helping him plan the event.
00 AM Boston has given us quite a lot, and I'm not just talking about a distinctive dialect or eating seafood while watching baseball. Besides being a bastion of the arts with one of the most revered symphony halls on the planet, The Olde Towne has