ICAN leader Beatrice Fihn makes first visit to Nagasaki

Jan 13, 2018

ICAN leader Beatrice Fihn makes first visit to Nagasaki

Beatrice Fihn, leader of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), which won the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, laid flowers Saturday at the ground zero monument in Nagasaki Peace Park. Afterward, Fihn visited the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, which she said made her realize ...

Abe to pay tribute to Japan's Oskar Schindler in Lithuania

/ Jan 12, 2018

Abe to pay tribute to Japan's Oskar Schindler in Lithuania

A Japanese diplomat who saved 6,000 European Jews from the Holocaust by issuing visas so they could escape war-torn Lithuania will be hailed by Japan's prime minister decades after defying Tokyo to help the refugees. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will pay tribute to Chiune Sugihara ...

Dec 28, 2017

Dutch experts doubt authenticity of rare 'Hitler' painting

Two researchers in the Netherlands have raised doubts about a rare watercolor painting signed by Adolf Hitler, saying it appears more likely to be the work of a forger, a Dutch newspaper reported Wednesday. "It is very probably a fake Hitler" painting, Bart Droog and ...