It took 20 soldiers almost nine hours to remove a World War II "Panther" tank from a pensioner's cellar in a wealthy community in northern Germany—and that's in spite of the fact that the German army sent in modern recovery tanks to help confiscate the vintage 1943 vehicle, reports the BBC.
"In two poorly worded sentences, he sounded to Polish readers as if he were repeating the World War II myth that most drives them crazy: Namely, that somehow, those who lived in occupied Eastern Europe shared full responsibility for a German policy."
This increased repression occurs while talks between Washington and Havana are taking place. Amnesty reported that during 2013 there were 6,424 documented short-term political detentions and in 2014 there were 8,899.
"Lest Western readers in general, Christians in particular, think this is just happening 'over there,' the same narrator, speaking to the West in general, also said—right before the slaughtered and decapitated bodies of the Ethiopian Christians were shown—that 'you won’t have safety, even in your dreams, until you embrace Islam.'"