The house in Austria where Adolf Hitler was born is set to be demolished to stop it becoming a focal point for neo-Nazis.The future of the former guesthouse has been widely debated, with opinion torn between razing it or changing its use.The argument was further complicated after its owner refused to sell.But Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka said a committee of experts had decided that the house should be demolished, reported Austrian newspaper Die Presse.A new building put in its place will be used for administrative or for charitable purposes, the paper added (in German).
What is the point of demolishing the building? The history will not change unfortunately. Historical structures of all sort should be preserved I feel, as an evidence of the good or bad truth that happened in the past, unless you are truly short of land, for those who are the current inhabitants of that nation.
Donald J. Trump was emphatic in the second presidential debate: Yes, he had boasted about kissing women without permission and grabbing their genitals. But he had never actually done those things, he said.
“No,” he declared under questioning on Sunday evening, “I have not.”
At that moment, sitting at home in Manhattan, Jessica Leeds, 74, felt he was lying to her face. “I wanted to punch the screen,” she said in an interview in her apartment.
More than three decades ago, when she was a traveling businesswoman at a paper company, Ms. Leeds said, she sat beside Mr. Trump in the first-class cabin of a flight to New York. They had never met before.
About 45 minutes after takeoff, she recalled, Mr. Trump lifted the armrest and began to touch her.
According to Ms. Leeds, Mr. Trump grabbed her breasts and tried to put his hand up her skirt.
Denying sex to husband for a long time without any justification amounts to mental cruelty and is a ground for divorce, Delhi High Court has said.The verdict came on a petition by a husband seeking divorce, complaining that his wife had subjected him to mental cruelty by not allowing him to have physical relations for four-and-a-half-years though she was not suffering from any physical disability.
Taking hormonal birth control might be associated with an increased risk for depression compared with those who don’t use contraception, according to a new study published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry last week.The finding is something that users have long suspected, as about 30% of women who ever used the pill in the United States eventually quit because of dissatisfaction with side effects, according to a 2013 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (PDF).