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U.S. Army Veterans, Survivors To Mark 70th Anniversary Of Dachau Liberation

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A Russian launch vehicle carrying the Progress M-27M cargo ship lifts off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Tuesday. Fears mounted Wednesday that the unmanned cargo capsule was lost and may plunge back to Earth as ground control failed to gain control of the orbiting ship for a second day in a row. Roscosmos /EPA /Landov hide caption

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People stand beside the entrance gate of the former concentration camp in Dachau, southern Germany, on Wednesday. Dachau was opened in 1933, less than two months after Adolf Hitler became German chancellor, to house political prisoners. This week marks 70 years since U.S. forces liberated the camp. Christof Stache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Searing Memories Of Nazi Germany's First Concentration Camp

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Cartoonist Art Spiegelman attends the French Institute Alliance Francaise's "After Charlie: What's Next for Art, Satire and Censorship" at Florence Gould Hall on Feb. 19 in New York City. Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images hide caption

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Graphic Novel About Holocaust 'Maus' Banned In Russia For Its Cover

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People line up to visit St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Although flights to Europe remain expensive, the falling euro is still leading to a surge in American tourists visiting Europe. Andrew Medichini/AP hide caption

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Europe May Be On Sale, But The Ticket To Get There Isn't

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Inna Brayer (center) with students, Alex Volynsky (left) and Simone Lempert (right) at her dance studio in Brooklyn, New York. Alexandra Starr hide caption

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Why Russian-American Jews Are Ballroom Dance Leaders

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Report: To Aid Combat, Russia Wages Cyberwar Against Ukraine

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Authors Criticize Pen America's Decision To Honor 'Charlie Hebdo' Survivors

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