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File  - In this Jan 27, 2010 file picture, then President of Israel Shimon Peres, right, hugs former German President Richard von Weizsaecker, during the Walther Rathenau Prize award ceremony in Berlin, Germany.  Former German President Richard von Weizsaecker, who urged his country to confront its dark past, promoted reconciliation and denounced far-right violence during a 10-year tenure spanning the reunification of west and east, has died. He was 94. The German president’s office announced the death of Weizsaecker, who was president from 1984 to 1994, on Saturday Jan. 31, 2015.  (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
Former German president Richard von Weizsaecker dies at 94Richard von Weizsaecker, former president who urged Germany to confront past, dies at 94
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New Italian President Sergio Mattarella arrives at the Constitutional court building near the Quirinal Palace, the official residence of the President of the Italian Republic, in Rome, Jan. 31, 2015. Italian lawmakers elected Sergio Mattarella, a Constitutional Court justice widely considered to be above the political fray, as the nation's new president on the third day of voting Saturday. Mattarella's election as head of state was clinched when he amassed 505 votes — a simple majority. The 73-year-old former minister with center-left political roots went on to garner 665 votes from the 1,009 eligible electors. Known as a man of few words, Mattarella cemented that reputation with his first remarks to the nation. "My thoughts go, above all, to the difficulties and hopes of our fellow citizens. That's enough, he said, referring to the grim economic situation. Italy is mired in recession and unemployment has hovered about 13 percent nationally. Young Italians are increasingly seeking work abroad. (AP Photo/Alessandro Di Meo, Ansa) ITALY OUT
Italy's lawmakers elect Sergio Mattarella as presidentItaly's lawmakers elect Sergio Mattarella as president in a victory for Premier Matteo Renzi
The Associated Press31 minutes ago
Firefighters put down the blaze at a library of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015. A fire at one of Russia's largest libraries has been raging for more than 17 hours, to destroy thousands of rare documents. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr)
Fire devastates major Russian library, threatens rare textsFire devastates major Russian public library, threatens rare documents, Slavic texts
The Associated Press40 minutes ago
In this photo taken Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015, Somalian, Salat Abdullahi, talks with the Associated Press, in what is known as Little Mogadishu in Johannesburg. Abdullahi is living in temporary quarters after he was barricaded inside the shop that he worked and slept in, in Soweto, while looters threatened him from outside during unrest and looting in the township south west of Johannesburg. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)
South Africa riots raise worry about anti-foreign sentimentSouth Africa's Soweto area, once epicenter of resistance to apartheid, convulsed by looting
The Associated Press44 minutes ago
This photo taken with a long exposure provided by NASA, spectators watch as a Delta 2 rocket carrying the Soil Moisture Active Passive, SMAP, satellite launches early Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  The launch is a three-year mission to track the amount of water locked in soil, which may help residents in low-lying regions brace for floods or farmers prepare for drought conditions.  (AP Photo/NASA, Bill Ingalls)  MANDATORY CREDIT
NASA launches Earth-observing satelliteNASA launches satellite to measure amount of water in soil; launch previously delayed
The Associated Press45 minutes ago
This is the Weather Underground forecast for Sunday, Feb. 1,  2015 for the eastern region of the U.S. (AP Photo/Weather Underground)
Up to foot of snow possible for Midwest, NortheastWidespread winter storm could drop up to a foot of snow in parts of Midwest, Northeast
The Associated Press46 minutes ago
FILE - In this Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014 file photo police officers turn their backs as New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at the funeral of New York city police officer Rafael Ramos in the Glendale section of Queens in New York. Mayor Bill de Blasio declares he has moved past the crisis with police that threatened to derail his administration. He says in an interview with The Associated Press that he was able to pull off the feat sticking to a strategy to maintain the moral high ground and avoid confrontation with police unions. At the same time, public opinion turned against police for their behavior in the feud, including turning their backs on the mayor. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
AP Interview: NYC mayor says he has moved past police crisisAP Interview: New York City Mayor de Blasio says he has moved beyond crisis with police unions
The Associated Press51 minutes ago
People wait in the hallway of a city council building before leaving the town of Debaltseve, Ukraine, Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015. Fighting between government and Russian-backed separatist forces in eastern Ukraine has intensified in recent days as rebels seek to encircle the town of Debaltseve, which hosts a strategically important railway hub. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)
Civilians flee east Ukraine town as fighting intensifiesEast Ukraine town of Debaltseve emptying as artillery duels intensify, services fail
The Associated Press54 minutes ago
Woods out of top 50 for 1st time in more than 3 yearsTiger Woods plunging in ranking, risks missing a World Golf Championship
The Associated Press55 minutes ago
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