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  • Bomb kills at least 4 on tourist bus in Egypt near Israel's border

    Bomb kills at least 4 on tourist bus in Egypt near Israel's border
    CAIRO — A bomb blast ripped through a bus packed with tourists Sunday, killing at least four people near Egypt's border with Israel, security officials said, in an attack that threatened to damage the tourist economies of both countries. Three...
  • Gunman kills two at Orthodox cathedral in Russian far east

    Gunman kills two at Orthodox cathedral in Russian far east
    MOSCOW — A gunman opened fire on worshipers at a Russian Orthodox cathedral on Sakhalin Island off Russia’s Pacific coast, killing a nun and a parishioner in an attack that rattled nerves across the vast Russian federation. The gunman’...
  • Moscow, city of fire and ice

    Moscow, city of fire and ice
    MOSCOW — Once I came to Moscow to cover an urban ballooning expedition. In winter. But when the balloonists came face to frigid, wind-lashed face with the winter here — well, we never got off the ground. And so, as icy gales scoured the...
  • Ultra-Orthodox protest Israeli plan to draft students

    Ultra-Orthodox protest Israeli plan to draft students
    JERUSALEM -- Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jewish men protested across Israel on Thursday against the government's plans to draft them into the military. Carrying signs and chanting slogans pledging to resist enlistment, the demonstrators shut down...
  • John Tavener dies at 69; composer best known for spiritual pieces

    John Tavener dies at 69; composer best known for spiritual pieces
    Composer John Tavener, whose works ranged from angry, dissonant cantatas to achingly beautiful choral works sung around the world during holidays, died Tuesday at his home in Child Okeford in southern England, according to his publisher, Chester Music....
  • Young people to race to retrieve cross from ocean in Epiphany ritual

    Young people to race to retrieve cross from ocean in Epiphany ritual
    At least a dozen young people will race to retrieve a cross thrown into the waters of Mother’s Beach in Long Beach on Sunday in the annual Greek Orthodox celebration commemorating the baptism of Jesus Christ. The Epiphany celebration for the...
  • Report: AK-47 inventor Kalashnikov was tormented over gun's toll

    Report: AK-47 inventor Kalashnikov was tormented over gun's toll
    Mikhail Kalashnikov denied throughout his long life that he bore any responsibility for the millions of deaths caused by his namesake invention, the 100 million-plus AK-47 assault rifles that have been the weapon of choice for guerrillas, terrorists and...
  • Lebanese library burned, loses more than 50,000 books

    Lebanese library burned, loses more than 50,000 books
    Tens of thousands of books were lost to fire when a library in Lebanon was set ablaze. Officials said unknown arsonists torched Tripoli's Saeh Library, or Traveler's Library, Friday after claims that its founder, Father Ibrahim Sarouja, a Greek Orthodox...
  • Putin pardons tycoon, Pussy Riot; envies Teflon Obama. Then he rests

    Putin pardons tycoon, Pussy Riot; envies Teflon Obama. Then he rests
    Pardon me, but no one told me that Thursday was Pardoning Day. Turns out that President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin do have at least one thing in common (besides all those nuclear warheads, I mean): They both have something of a soft spot...
  • Lebanese singer stirs controversy with 'love' of Hezbollah chief

    Lebanese singer stirs controversy with 'love' of Hezbollah chief
    BEIRUT -- An iconic Lebanese singer has stirred controversy by expressing her love for the leader of the Shiite Muslim militant group Hezbollah. Ziad Rahbbani, an accomplished songwriter in his own right and son of Lebanese singer Fairouz, caused a...
  • Still defiant, members of Russia's Pussy Riot band go free

    Still defiant, members of Russia's Pussy Riot band go free
    MOSCOW — Two members of the feminist punk-rock band Pussy Riot were freed from prison Monday as part of an amnesty law that one of them immediately denounced as "a profanity." The two musicians were released after serving most of their two-year...