Czech harpsichordist Zuzana Ruzickova endured three Nazi concentration camps and persecution under communist rule. She says her love of Bach's music gave her strength and hope in the bleakest of moments.
Ruzickova survived persecution from the Nazis and Soviet communists before becoming one of the world's most acclaimed harpsichordists. She died in a Prague hospital after battling a short illness.
Denmark has described reports President Trump is interested in buying the island as a mistimed April Fool's joke.
The question is not if — but when — a devastating earthquake will hit Istanbul. Experts say the city of 15 million people is unprepared for the next big tremor.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has told the port of Algeciras to welcome migrants from a charity rescue boat. But a spokesperson for the Open Arms vessel declined the offer, citing an emergency situation on board.
Britain faces a shortfall of everyday essentials if it leaves the European Union without a transition deal, a new leaked report says. Some lawmakers are demanding Parliament be recalled to discuss a no-deal Brexit.
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