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  • The nine previous finals featuring Argentina and Germany

    RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Argentina and Germany have appeared collectively in nine previous World Cup finals and two against each other. The South Americans beat West Germany to win the 1986 World Cup before the Europeans gained revenge in the final four...
  • Karlovy Vary Film Review: 'Bjork: Biophilia Live'

    Since Bjork, that eternally eccentric spirit animal of contemporary pop, largely rejected screen acting following an untoppable turn in Lars von Trier's "Dancer in the Dark," a concert film is the closest thing to a starring vehicle that her fans can...
  • Outside forces help stoke anti-Roma tension in Polish town

    ANDRYCHOW Poland (Reuters) - The Roma have never got on particularly well with their neighbors in this Polish town, but they cannot remember things being as bad as they are now. What has changed is that radical nationalists showed up in Andrychow last...
  • Hungary's Movie Renaissance Continues as Pix Win Laurels, Incentives Rise, and Hungarian Film Week Returns

    The Hungarian film biz is on a roll, and keen to maintain its momentum. Variety spoke to Agnes Havas, head of the Hungarian National Film Fund, who is attending the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival this week, about the three Hungarian features playing...
  • Hungary identifies fresh case of anthrax in beef

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) - An infection of deadly anthrax has been identified in beef in Heves county in eastern Hungary and one person showing symptoms is receiving medical treatment, the veterinary authority NEBIH said in a statement on its website late on...
  • Czech Rep. Sees Jump in Foreign Production Spend as Incentives Hiked

    Czech film bizzers are reporting a healthy jump in foreign productions and a new "more business-like" approach to the country's production incentives, which have been boosted by CZK 300 million ($14.8 million) annually for the next two years. Foreign pics...
  • Gilchrist, Musselman win Kirishi Cup with U.S. women's water polo team

    Gilchrist, Musselman win Kirishi Cup with U.S. women's water polo team
    The U.S. women's water polo senior national team, that includes Kaleigh Gilchrist and Maddie Musselman, won the 2014 Kirishi Cup, capping an undefeated week of action with a 6-5 victory over the Netherlands Sunday in Kirishi, Russia. Team USA defeated...
  • Cruising the Danube River is an eye-opening experience

    A set of headlights on the Serbian side of the Danube River disappeared into a tunnel and emerged, and I had to remind myself that it was I — not the land — that was drifting by. In that moment, I was as carefree as a leaf on a stream, a...
  • 100 years later, remembering the crucible called World War I

    100 years later, remembering the crucible called World War I
    The shot that changed the world rang out on a sunny summer's morning in Southeastern Europe. No one knew then that the assassin's bullet would spell the death not just of an Austrian aristocrat but the entire global order, with four empires and millions...
  • Reader feedback June 30: Gay marriage plaintiffs, U.S. 460 project, World War I centennial

    Plaintiffs for gay marriagesurprised at attention In Sunday's edition, the Daily Press profiled Tim Bostic and Tony London, the lead plaintiffs in the push for same-sex marriage equality in Virginia. They said they're surprised at the intense public...
  • June 28, 1914: Armageddon, Act I

    It started as a day like any other a hundred years ago, but before it was out, it would have ushered in a century of war, revolution, terror and mass murder like no other. For today, June 28th, is a dark centennial. It's the 100th anniversary of the...
  • Bosnian Serbs erect statue to nationalist who ignited World War I

    Bosnian Serbs erect statue to nationalist who ignited World War I
    Bosnian Serbs unveiled a bronze statue Friday in Sarajevo of Gavrilo Princip, the nationalist who assassinated Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand a century ago and set in motion the First World War, which took 10 million lives and shattered empires....