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WWII Pigeon’s Code Stumps Codebreakers

The corpse of a World War II-era pigeon discovered in a British chimney could hold tantalizing secrets about the invasion of Normandy. Too bad no one can read...

Must-Reads from Around the World: April 2, 2012

Eying the Presidency – The Daily News Egypt assesses the implications of the surprising nomination of the Muslim Brotherhood’s key financier and long-time chief...

Michael Foot

Many of the Britons mourning Michael Foot, who died March 3 at 96, did not vote Labour when he led the party. Some had not yet reached voting age when he (right,...

Official Secrets

Standing in the dock of a London court last week, Katharine Gun was yet another reason why Tony Blair can't put the Iraq war behind him. She was a translator at...

Agony and Ecstasy

England The path to Buckingham Palace is still hung with flags to celebrate 50 years of Queen Elizabeth's reign, but last week England had a new monarchy. As...

Mind If We Tag Along?

In his quest to give Argentina a greater international profile, President Carlos Menem may be sailing into troubled waters. Last week two missile- bearing...

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