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- Official: Wallenberg possibly outlived death date
Associated Press= MOSCOW (AP) — Raoul Wallenberg, who saved tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews before vanishing into Soviet captivity, may have been alive after the official 1947 date of his death — but only for a few days, says the chief archivist of Russia’s counterintelligence service.
The disappearance of the [...]
- Klenicki, interfaith rabbi honored by pope, dies
MONROE TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) Rabbi Leon Klenicki, an advocate for improving interfaith relations whose efforts were lauded by Pope Benedict XVI, has died. He was 78.
He died Jan. 25 of cancer at his Monroe Township home, his wife, Myra, said Saturday.
Klenicki wrote or co-wrote numerous books and papers aimed at improving relations between Jews and [...]
- Lantos dies of cancer at age 80
Rep. Tom Lantos was a unique figure in the US Congress and world politics at large. His passing leaves a huge void.
Lantos, a Holocaust survivor who fought the Nazis alongside the Hungarian resistance, was eventually saved by Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who granted life-worth visas to 100,000 Hungaria Jews and ended-up abducted by the [...]
- Putin’s chance
Tom Parfitt (Bureaucracy forces foreign aid groups to stop work in Russia, October 19) calls attention to the troubling status of human rights in Russia, in the wake of Anna Politkovskaya’s murder. As President Putin comes under EU pressure on civil liberties, he is presented with a suitable opportunity to honour human dignity and courage. [...]