US Airmen saved him, now Tony Foulds wants them honored

SHEFFIELD, England – Tony Foulds has a routine when he visits the memorial for 10 American airmen killed in World War II. First, he kisses his finger and lays it on the metal plate bearing their names. He feels immense guilt. He says simply: “I killed them.” Foulds believes the young Americans sacrificed their lives
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HONG KONG – The Lord Mayor of London is touting the city’s attractiveness for business even with the looming threat of Britain leaving the European Union without a deal. On a visit to Hong Kong on Tuesday, Peter Estlin called Brexit a “short-term frustrating issue” that will be overcome in time. He said despite the
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Journalist Jason Rezaian, next to his wife, Yeganeh Salehi, in front of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Landstuhl, Germany, in January 2016. (AP, File) Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has revealed new details of his horrifying ordeal in an Iranian prison, telling The Guardian newspaper that while he was never physically abused, “I was certainly
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TORONTO – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s top adviser has resigned while denying allegations he pressured Canada’s former attorney general to avoid prosecuting a major Canadian engineering firm. Principal Secretary Gerald Butts has been Trudeau’s closet adviser and best friend since university. Butts issued a statement Monday denying that he or anybody else in Trudeau’s office
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UGHELLI, Nigeria – Nigeria’s president says security forces should be “ruthless” ahead of the country’s postponed election and that anyone who tries to disturb the vote “will do so at the expense of his own life.” President Muhammadu Buhari spoke Monday as both Nigeria’s ruling party and top opposition party condemned the last-minute decision to
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JERUSALEM – Israeli police say they have arrested five Palestinians for allegedly “causing a disturbance” at a flashpoint Jerusalem holy site. The men took part in a prayer protest Monday outside a section of the hilltop compound that has been closed by Israeli court order for over a decade. Muslim religious officials convened in the
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FILE – In this June 17, 2014 file photo, French pilots Bruno Odos, left, and Pascal Jean Fauret, who have been formally charged with drug trafficking, are escorted to a courtroom in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Nine men go on trial in southern France for an alleged cocaine trafficking between the Caribbean and Europe, including
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KABUL, Afghanistan – The Taliban has postponed an unscheduled round of peace talks with the United States set for Monday in Pakistan saying “most” members of their negotiating team are unable to travel because they’re on the U.S. and United Nations’ blacklists. The statement Sunday offered no other details. It did not explain how several
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ATHENS, Greece – Dionissis Arvanitakis, a Greek baker who provided free bread to refugees who arrived on a Greek island, has died of unspecified causes. He was 77. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker released a statement Sunday expressing his respect “for an exemplary European citizen” who showed “rare generosity and sensitivity towards the hundreds of
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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – El Salvador police say they’ve arrested a man convicted of participating in the 1981 killing of two American labor advisers and the head of the country’s land reform agency — a case that shook U.S. relations with a Central American nation then embroiled in civil war. Police said Sunday they
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