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Sunday, April 13, 2014
Bats roost at Nazi German defense line in Poland
An awe-inspiring Nazi defense line in western Poland has taken on a new role in peacetime as home to tens of thousands of bats in what is Europe's largest artificial roost.
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Pope assumes responsibility for priest sex abuse
Pope Francis said Friday he took personal responsibility for the "evil" of priests who raped and molested children, asking forgiveness from victims and saying the church must be even bolder in its efforts to protect the young. It was the first time a pope has taken personal responsibility for the sex crimes of his priests and begged forgiveness.
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Ukraine PM: Regions should have more powers
Ukraine's prime minister went on a charm offensive Friday as he visited the country's southeast, pledging to give regions more powers and to defend the rights of Russian speakers.
EU demands Russia honor gas commitments
The EU urged Russia on Friday to honour its gas contracts after President Vladimir Putin warned Europe its supplies were in peril unless it helped pay Ukraine's gas debt.
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British author Sue Townsend, whose books about awkward teenage diarist Adrian Mole sold tens of millions of copies worldwide, has died at the age of 68, her publishers said Friday.
Pope Francis asked for forgiveness Friday from people who were sexually abused by priests, and vowed that there will be no going back in the church's fight to protect children.
Northern Ireland police charged a 43-year-old man on Thursday with the murders of 29 people in the 1998 Omagh bombing, the worst single atrocity of the Troubles.
Friday, April 11, 2014
Traders in a British city have driven a tank around the streets to protest about proposed parking restrictions they fear could damage their businesses, the BBC reported Thursday.
An Italian court on Wednesday recognized a gay couple as married for the first time in Italy, which does not have any form of official acknowledgement of same-sex unions.
British Culture Secretary Maria Miller, who was in charge of legislation on press regulation and gay marriage, resigned Wednesday after an embarrassing row over her parliamentary expense account.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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