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  • Hiking Italy's Dolomites is challenging and beautiful

    Hiking Italy's Dolomites is challenging and beautiful
    CORTINA D' AMPEZZO, Italy — Hiking up a road should be simple, right? It's relatively wide, so you're not apt to step off and tumble down the mountain. It's relatively smooth, so you're not likely to stumble. So why am I stopping for a...
  • Review: 'In Partial Disgrace' by Charles Newman

    Review: 'In Partial Disgrace' by Charles Newman
    TriQuarterly still serves as his calling card. Seven years after his death and nearly four decades after he stepped down as editor, Charles Newman will always be best remembered as the dashing pipe-smoker who took Northwestern University's sleepy literary...
  • Allan B. Calhamer dies at 81; inventor of Diplomacy game

     Allan B. Calhamer dies at 81; inventor of Diplomacy game
    The origins of the board game Diplomacy can be traced to an old geography book that Allan B. Calhamer discovered while rummaging around with a friend in the attic of his boyhood home in suburban Chicago. Calhamer was fascinated by the exotic countries...
  • PASSINGS: Gyula Horn

    Gyula Horn, 80, a former Hungarian prime minister who played a key role in opening the Iron Curtain, died Wednesday, the Hungarian government announced. He had been hospitalized in Budapest for several years. He was best known internationally for his...
  • Book review: 'The Lost Prince' by Selden Edwards

    Book review: 'The Lost Prince' by Selden Edwards
    -------------------- The Lost Prince A Novel Selden Edwards Dutton: 437 pp., $26.95 -------------------- Three years ago, a first-time novelist and longtime English teacher named Selden Edwards popped up on bestseller lists with "The Little Book,"...
  • Hungary demands return of $8 million for Holocaust survivors

     
    Hungary is demanding that a United States organization return roughly $8 million in payments for Holocaust survivors, claiming it has failed to properly account for the money. The American organization, in turn, says it provided reams of information and...
  • ‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome’ star on secret Cylon agenda

     
    Actress Lili Bord├ín was living and working in Budapest, Hungary, when she got her first taste of “Battlestar Galactica,” taking ......
  • Hundreds protest pardon of man who killed Armenian military officer

     
    Roughly 400 people protested Thursday outside the consulates of Hungary and Azerbaijan, decrying the release and pardon of an Azerbaijani soldier convicted of killing an Armenian military officer with an ax....
  • Lewis Hamilton wins Hungarian Grand Prix for first victory of season

    Lewis Hamilton wins Hungarian Grand Prix for first victory of season
    BUDAPEST, Hungary -- Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix from the pole position on Sunday for his first victory of a frustrating season and a record-tying fourth triumph on the Hungaroring circuit. Kimi Raikkonen was second after holding off a...
  • Azerbaijan defends freeing convicted killer as Armenians protest

     
    Ramil Safarov had been sentenced to spend the rest of his days behind bars after killing an Armenian officer with an ax in Budapest, Hungary. But President Ilham Aliyev pardoned the convicted killer last week after Hungary agreed to return him to...
  • Pentagon warns Navy SEAL author on Bin Laden book

     
    The Pentagon formally warned a former Navy SEAL who has written a first-person account of the May 2011 raid that killed Osama bin Laden that he has violated his signed agreement not to divulge classified information and threatened him with legal action......
  • Germany and Russia at odds over new Hermitage Museum exhibition

    Germany and Russia at odds over new Hermitage Museum exhibition
    A new exhibition at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia is causing diplomatic friction between Germany and Russia. "The Bronze Age of Europe: Europe Without Borders" features some German works of art that were looted by Russian soldiers at...