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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Germany
Germany will use a newly built World Cup base for next year's tournament in Brazil that will allow for relatively short flights to games.
Iran has shut down nuclear talks in Vienna and returned to Tehran in response to the United States' blacklisting of companies that were found to have violated sanctions.
Even before leading the United States in a difficult first-round group at next year's World Cup, Jurgen Klinsmann has been signed to stay on as the American coach for the 2018 World Cup.
Those marked by the Gestapo for death were doomed. Only in the rarest of circumstances was escape an option.
Four-time European Tour champion Alex Cejka of Germany upstaged a star-filled field with an 8-under 64 Thursday to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Thailand Golf Championship.
In "Calvinism: A History," D.G. Hart, a professor of history at Hillsdale College, traces a half-millennium of Reformed Protestantism from its European roots to its now-global presence. He shows how Protestantism's fissiparous nature has allowed it to adapt and, in some instances, transmogrify to fit local and personal needs. Mr. Hart identifies three types of church communions that currently exist under the Reformed banner: The first group embraces a personal experience of saving grace.
Four-time Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel says it's "absurd" to double points in the final race of the upcoming seasons.
Bayern Munich received 166 points out of a possible 170 to top this week's Associated Press global soccer poll.
FIFA, the international governing body for soccer, announced the 32-country World Cup draw on Friday. This global soccer (or, as it's known in most countries, football) tournament will be held next summer in Brazil.
President Obama's new nuclear deal reached last month with Iran faced bipartisan criticism as Secretary of State John Kerry gave his first defense of the agreement on Capitol Hill.
President Obama's infamous Obamacare lie that "you can keep your doctor, period" is clearly not the exception — it's the rule. The pattern is especially worrisome with respect to his practice of what amounts to serial national-security fraud.
In a move to further strengthen Kremlin control over Russian media, President Vladimir Putin ordered Monday the creation of a news agency that an influential lawmaker described as a "powerful propaganda" weapon and critics dubbed the "Ministry of Truth."
Even as cybercops from a half-dozen countries analyze computer servers seized last week in a $2.7 million-per-month scam against online advertisers, analysts say they expect the fraudulent network to be up and running again soon.
German President Joachim Gauck will not attend the Winter Olympics in Russia next year over concerns about human rights.
President Obama acknowledged Saturday that he'd prefer to see a much harsher agreement with Iran, one that not only shuts down the Middle Eastern nation's nuclear program entirely but also eliminates all of its "military capabilities."