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A dozen students and a teacher saw a man kill himself with a shot in the head at a private Catholic school on Thursday, Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe said.
The remains of Yugoslavia's last king _ Peter II Karadjordjevic, who died in the U.S. in 1970 _ were flown back to Serbia in a solemn ceremony on Tuesday, despite protests by some Serb royalists in America.
On Monday, Mrs. Suu Kyi begins a weeklong trip to Britain as part of a European tour. The most bittersweet moment likely will be her homecoming to Oxford, where on Wednesday the 66-year-old finally will accept the honorary doctorate she was awarded in 1993 while she was under house arrest in Yangon.
A motorcycle assailant opened fire with two handguns Monday in front of a Jewish school in the southwestern French city of Toulouse, killing a rabbi, his two young sons and a schoolgirl.
The venerable Robert Massie has written another fascinating book about one of his favorite subjects: Czarist Russia. The new narrative by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Nicholas and Alexandra," "Peter The Great" and "The Romanovs" reveals, in exhaustive detail, the lavish and byzantine lives of the imperial family along with the machinations, intrigues, malicious gossip and rumors that flourished in the shadows of their court.
Macedonia is 20 years old, if you're talking about the former Yugoslav republic. Or it's thousands of years old, if you're talking ancient history.
Ward 7 Council Member Yvette Alexander responded to the news on Thursday that the D.C. Office of Campaign Finance (OCF) is investigating her use of constituent service funds with a letter to - her constituents.
It's a boy for Rod Stewart and his wife, Penny Lancaster.
The invites for the royal event of the year aren't even in the mail, but some among the European blue-blood set say they have already been given a quiet tap on the shoulder.