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1 hr ago | New York Daily News

Photos of the day from around the world: April 17

From tulips in the Netherlands to post-election celebrations in Afghanistan, see the most striking photos from across the globe.

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5 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

Hungary and the Jews

When countries such as Hungary take an anti-democratic, anti-liberal turn, inevitably it is the Jews who feel the heat first.

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6 hrs ago | Star Tribune

The Kansas Nazi-sympathizer/shooter and Hitler's personal...

Continuously in the professional broadcasting and entertainment industry since age 5, Barry is a Telly Award-winning and three-time Emmy-nominated producer, writer, director, talent and production designer, locally, nationally and internationally.

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13 hrs ago | European Journal of Human Genetics

Genetic analysis of dyslexia candidate genes in the European cross-linguistic NeuroDys cohort

Tel: +49 228 287 51028; Fax: +49 228 287 51011; E-mail: johannes.schumacher@uni-bonn.de We would like to express our deepest condolences on the loss of our colleague and friend Leo Blomert, who passed away in 2012.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

United Methodist Church

Cultural traditions enhance Easter

Easter service visitors at Neuenhain United Methodist Church near Frankfurt, Germany transform a cross of wire mesh to one with fresh flowers to convey the "life-giving" messge of the resurrection.

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Rare Baby Camel Iliad Born

A very rare event took place at Budapest Zoo on Tuesday. A baby Bactrian camel named Ilias was born to its mother of eight years named Iris.

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The Times of Israel

Hungary marks Holocaust anniversary despite protests

Hungary began 70th anniversary commemorations of the Holocaust on Wednesday amid boycotts and protests by Jewish groups which accuse the government of whitewashing the country's role in the mass deportations of Jews in 1944.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Transitions Online

The Russia Factor

The weekend elections in Hungary turned out as expected. Fidesz, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's party, will rule the country for the next four years with the support of a two-thirds majority in parliament.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

The Jersey Journal

'Magnificat and Motets are Bach to Bach' at St. Paul's Church in Westfield

By T.J. Karns Johann Sebastian Bach is the featured composer in this year's 28th Anniversary Concert at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Westfield on Sunday, May 4. The St. Paul's Choir, with guest soloists and members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, will perform choral and orchestral works by the celebrated Baroque musical genius, including ... (more)

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Transitions Online

Hungary's Fidesz Gets a Landslide, Separatists Seize Buildings in Eastern Ukraine

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party has won a landslide victory in parliamentary elections in which the far-right Jobbik party came in third with enough votes to make it one of Europe's most popular extreme right parties.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

CNN

Hungarians protest against Nazi invasion monument

A demonstration was held against the controversial monument dedicated to the victims of the German occupation of Hungary during WW II, held by the opposition Democratic Coalition party in Freedom Square Budapest, Hungary.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Transitions Online

Hungary's Fidesz Gets a Landslide, Separatists Seize Buildings in Eastern Ukraine

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party has won a landslide victory in parliamentary elections in which the far-right Jobbik party came in third with enough votes to make it one of Europe's most popular extreme right parties.

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Reuters

GE to build back-office facility in Cincinnati

GE is centralizing areas such as IT and finance around the world to lower costs and standardize such back-office functions.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

SBWire

New Report Available: Bahrain Infrastructure Construction: Market Update

This report is the result of Timetric's extensive market research covering the infrastructure construction market in Bahrain.

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Reuters

Special Report: From Hungary, far-right party spreads ideology, tactics

In a rented public hall not far from Poland's parliament, about 150 people gathered one afternoon late last year to hear speeches by a collection of far-right leaders from around Europe.

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The Russia Factor

The weekend elections in Hungary turned out as expected. Fidesz, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's party, will rule the country for the next four years with the support of a two-thirds majority in parliament.

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

Bangkok Post

Disputed Hungary Holocaust monument...

Several hundred protesters blocked work on a controversial monument in Budapest Tuesday which Jewish critics say glosses over Hungary's active role in the Holocaust.

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CBC News

Roma family living in Toronto church exhausted from living in exile

The six-year-old daughter of a Roma couple has spent more than one-third her life at a Toronto church where her family lives in exile.

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Mon Apr 07, 2014

Canada.com

Tracing the end of communism through the altered monuments of Budapest

The toppling of statues and monuments during times of political upheaval has been a well-documented act in Eastern and Central European history.

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BBC News

Hungary PM scorns critics after win

An official from the OSCE international monitoring group, Adao Silva, said restrictive campaign rules and biased media coverage had helped Fidesz.

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