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Germany's Angela Merkel in Moscow to mark end of WWII

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/uk/1166000/1166328_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1534491491_f85aa73c89e87b518836506d1e6cc17d<p><b>German Chancellor Angela Merkel has attended a wreath-laying ceremony in Moscow to commemorate the Russians killed during World War Two.</b><p>Mrs Merkel and …

Russia

Who was Andreas Lubitz, Germanwings co-pilot blamed for crash?

<b>Montabaur, Germany (CNN) —</b> Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz's voice isn't heard in a recording of the final moments of Germanwings Flight 9525.<p>But investigators say he was the one at the controls inside the cockpit, deliberately locking out the plane's captain and setting the plane on a crash course for the …

North Korea's Kim expected to visit Moscow in May, Russian official says

<b>Moscow (CNN) —</b> Kim Jong Un is expected to attend World War II anniversary celebrations in Moscow at Russia's invitation, a Russian official speaking on condition of anonymity said Thursday.<p>North Korea accepted Russia's invitation, but Russia is waiting on Pyongyang to make the official announcement …

North Korea

What I’m Reading: BBC News Reporter Laura Locke

<i>It’s hard to predict the future of tech. Overnight sensations can turn into tomorrow’s duds, and anyone claiming to know a thing about what’s next should have plenty of credibility.</i><p><i>One such person is Laura Locke, tech reporter for the BBC. Formerly at TIME, Locke focused her career on covering all</i> …

Instagram Spotlight: On the Move

Picture Stories<p>“I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.”<p>So wrote Robert Louis Stevenson in his 1879 memoir, <i>Travels With a Donkey in the Cevennes</i>. It’s true—as long as there has been a Point A and a Point B, humans have invented some pretty …