Royal visit heavy on symbolism for Dubliners

17 May 2011 Last updated at 12:45 ET By Conor SpackmanBBC News Travelling into Dublin on Tuesday morning, it was clear that the Irish police were leaving nothing to chance. As far as 10 miles from anywhere the Queen was due to visit, police cars were parked on unusual corners of suburban avenues.

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McDonald’s upgrades — cashiers out, computers in-McDonald’s restaurants in Europe

updated 5/16/2011 4:07:03 PM ET

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China row over Forbidden City ‘club for the rich’

By Michael Bristow BBC News, Beijing Chinese officials have denied the Beijing palace that was once home to China’s emperors is being used as a club for the rich.

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THE LAST SURVIVOR OF HITLER’S DOWNFALL – THE FUHRER’S BODYGUARD GIVES LAST INTERVIEW

Fuhrer’s bodyguard gives last interview Rochus Misch is the last living witness of Hitler’s suicide Sunday May 15,2011 By Stefan Schnoor and Boris Klinge   FORMER SS officer Rochus Misch, the last surviving member of Hitler’s inner circle is terminally ill. Misch, the Fuhrer’s bodyguard gives his final interview… IN A Berlin suburb, just a few […]

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Washington criticizes “taxation without representation” May 17, 1769:

May 17, 1769:

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