2000 years ago, Romans and Germanic tribesmen clashed atop the "Harzhorn," a hill in northern Germany. Archaeologists have built copies of ancient weapons to re-enact the battle.
Archaeologists have launched a new drive to explore an ancient Germanic-Roman battlefield. Nationalists spun the carnage into a myth about Germany's birth - fake news that has persisted to this day.
The Trump official's remarks came while addressing Syrian President al-Assad's alleged use of chemical weapons against civilians. Political and civil leaders slammed Spicer's oversight of the Holocaust.
German authorities are trying to find out if a 16-year-old who converted to Islam and disappeared from her home near Dresden last year is one of 20 women found in a tunnel in Iraq. She had been under investigation.
Archeologists in Greece have discovered a trove of gold rings, jewels and weapons inside the tomb of a warrior dating back to 1,500 B.C. Authorities say the grave is the most spectacular find of its kind in decades.
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