A painting taken for Hitler's 'Fuehrer Museum' was given back to Poland on Monday, in hopes of a quid pro quo: Germany wants to recover a vast trove of documents from Poland.
In the wake of Crimea's annexation, Estonia is shoring up its ties with NATO and the United States.
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Hitler remark on Putin stirred up critics of Clinton's own role as secretary of State in the 'reset' of relations with Russia. Clinton said her comment referred to a 'tactic' used by both men.
A Christian Science perspective: we can learn from the life of the world's oldest Holocaust survivor, who recently passed away, and whose life was commemorated in an Oscar-winning documentary.
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