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German pianist plays mid-air magic carpet show over Munich Air...

German pianist Stefan Aaron hovers about the Munich airport Franz-Josef-Strauss, southern Germany on July 23, 2014. Stefan Aaron was seated in front of his piano on an aluminum structure that was reminiscent of a flying carpet and attached to a ..., 34 minutes ago
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Poetry in the pity

, a month after Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were shot, the Austro-Hungarian foreign minister sent a telegram to his Serbian counterpart. Its subject — war. It would eventually become World War I, a cataclysmic conflict that would wipe ...
 Indian Express8 hours ago Sarajevo begins to heal from its haunted history  Los Angeles Times2 days ago

July 28, 1914: Austria-Hungary's calamitous last hurrah

NEWS-HUNGRY, patriotic crowds had been massing for hours outside newspaper offices in Vienna when emperor Franz Joseph's "To My Peoples!" proclamation of war against Serbia finally came on the evening of July 28, 1914. A month after a Bosnian ...
 The Guardian Nigeria22 hours ago
Gladstone Observer

Stage set for Anzacs

ONE HUNDRED years ago today, the world changed forever. With the assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and wife Sophie by Serb nationalist Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo a month earlier, Austria-Hungary had the reason it had been looking ...
 Gladstone Observer3 hours ago Germany: After one hundred years  Bangladesh Daily Star6 days ago After one hundred years  Big News Network1 week ago The Man Who Ignited WWI Has A Nephew Who's Still Alive (And Other Crazy Great War Facts)  Huffington Post4 weeks ago
US News & World Report

The First World War, before it was the First World War

, Austria-Hungary formally declared war on Serbia in response to the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the imperial heir, one month earlier in Sarajevo. By December, the great powers of the European continent were deeply mired in the ...
 Austin American Statesman1 day ago Ukraine, Russia, the Middle East and the Return of World War I  US News & World Report3 days ago Expert available to speak with media about First World War centenary  Noodls4 days ago Lessons from Europe a century ago  CHINAdaily3 hours ago

Charge laid in hit-and-run that killed B.C. teenager

Irwin Richard Franz, 73, is accused of hitting 16-year-old Annie Leung with his truck on Sept.
 CTV News3 days ago Port Coquitlam man, 73, charged in 2013 hit and run  CBC3 days ago Irwin Richard Franz charged in Coquitlam hit and run  CBC3 days ago Irwin Richard Franz charged in fatal Port Coquitlam hit and run  CBC3 days ago
US News & World Report

Photos: WW1, 100 Years Later

1 of 40 World War I, originally known as the Great War, was triggered by the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria on June 28, 1914, by a 19-year-old Serbian. On July 28, the first shots to mark the global standoff were fired. The ...
 US News & World Report2 days ago Countdown to war: The events that triggered WW1  ITV.com6 days ago Centennial Commemoration of World War I  EurActiv.com4 days ago
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Urban physicists are claiming that cities are like molecules

Franz-Josef Ulm, an engineering professor at MIT, was looking at an aerial photo of a city with a colleague, trying to work out why it looked so familiar. Then suddenly, they got it: with its regular, grid-like pattern, it looked a little like the ...
 New Statesman4 days ago What urban physics could tell us about how cities work  Boston Globe1 week ago

The Kosher Gourmet

Though everyone in Vienna agrees that Kaiserschmarrn was first prepared for Emperor Franz Joseph (1830-1916), in typical Viennese fashion no one seems to agree about what the name actually means.Kaiser is of course emperor, but schmarrn has a ...
 Jewish World Review2 days ago

Students to clean the Russian Arctic from garbage

Research vessel the Professor Molchanov set off from Arkhangelsk to Franz Josef Land. The ship will deliver environmental specialists and activists of student group "Gandvik" to the archipelago. The mission was organized with the support of the ...
 Pravda2 days ago
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