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US ‘hushed up’ massacre

Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill hushed up evidence that the Soviet secret police had killed thousands of Polish men in the Katyn forest in 1940 for fear of alienating World War II ally Josef Stalin, newly-declassified documents show....   | Read..
 

UK critic in Julia sexism row

Film critic Barry Norman has fended off criticism that he is sexist after readers complained of his description of Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman as “every ma...   | Read..
 

Netanyahu plea to meet Obama rejected

The White House has rejected a request by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to meet President Barack Obama in the US this month, an Israeli official said today....   | Read..
 

Glare on Cook to deliver a hit

Tim Cook is no Steve Jobs — and so far, that has not been a problem for Apple Inc....   | Read..
 
A memorial in memory of the victims of the Katyn massacre in Warsaw. (AP)