The library has published online catalog of World War II war crimes files that is now accessible to visitors to the Wiener Library for the Study of Holocaust & Genocide or the US Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C.
Yugoslavia's breakup a quarter-century ago unleashed wars that killed about 140,000 people and unleashed deep ethnic hostilities. Today, the region’s carefully calibrated path to recovery hangs in the balance.
Adding to tensions around the tightest presidential race in recent memory, a gunman open fired in Paris Thursday evening. The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Local media broadcast footage of the Arc de Triomphe monument and top half of the Champs-Elysees packed with police vans and heavily armed police shutting the area down.
Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron currently holds 23 percent support, with Marine Le Pen at 22 percent, Francois Fillon with 20 percent, and Jean-Luc Melenchon at 19 percent.
The new elections would take place on June 8 if her proposal wins the support of two thirds of parliament.
With much of the voting public still undecided, four candidates could reach the runoff.
How a group of gritty farmers turned Samsø, Denmark, into a premier global model of renewable energy.
The post-communist countries have refused to accept asylum seekers under the bloc's migration plan, but a court case would drag out the issue instead of finding a quick resolution.
Opponents of a law that could close Central European University call the measure a way for Hungary's ruling party – proponent of 'illiberal democracy' – to clamp down on academic freedom.
Swedes observed a national day of mourning on Monday for the four people killed and 15 wounded in Friday's attack.