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              An opponent of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi speaks on a mobile phone at a railway station decorated with a banner reading: Obama Stop supporting MB (Muslim Brotherhood) fas

    An opponent of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi speaks on a mobile phone at a railway station decorated with a banner reading: Obama Stop supporting MB (Muslim Brotherhood) fas

    Posted: 7/1/2013 3:28:53 AM EST
    An opponent of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi speaks on a mobile phone at a railway station decorated with a banner reading: Obama Stop supporting MB (Muslim Brotherhood) fascist regime in Cairo, Egypt, Monday, July 1, 2013. Hundreds of thousands thronged the streets of Cairo and cities around the country Sunday and marched on the presidential palace, filling a broad avenue for blocks, in an attempt to force out the Islamist president with the most massive protests Egypt has seen in 2½ years of turmoil. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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              Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, foreground, sits in front of Northern League party's leader Roberto Maroni, in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. Silvio Berlusconi says Beni

    Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, foreground, sits in front of Northern League party's leader Roberto Maroni, in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. Silvio Berlusconi says Beni

    Posted: 1/27/2013 10:33:32 AM EST
    Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, foreground, sits in front of Northern League party's leader Roberto Maroni, in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. Silvio Berlusconi says Benito Mussolini did much good, except for dictator's regime's anti-Jewish laws. Berlusconi also defended Mussolini for siding with Hitler, saying the late fascist leader likely reasoned that German power would expand so it would be better for Italy to ally itself with Germany. He was speaking to reporters Sunday on the sidelines of a ceremony in Milan to commemorate the Holocaust. When Germany's Nazi regime occupied Italy during World War II, thousands from the tiny Italian Jewish community were deported to death camps. In 1938, before the war's outbreak, Mussolini's regime passed anti-Jewish laws, barring them from universities and many professions, among other bans. Berlusconi called the laws Mussolini's "worst fault" but insisted that in many other things, "he did good." (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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              Italian Premier Mario Monti, left, and former Premier Silvio Berlusconi shake hands in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. Silvio Berlusconi says Benito Mussolini did much good, except

    Italian Premier Mario Monti, left, and former Premier Silvio Berlusconi shake hands in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. Silvio Berlusconi says Benito Mussolini did much good, except

    Posted: 1/27/2013 10:33:32 AM EST
    Italian Premier Mario Monti, left, and former Premier Silvio Berlusconi shake hands in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. Silvio Berlusconi says Benito Mussolini did much good, except for dictator's regime's anti-Jewish laws. Berlusconi also defended Mussolini for siding with Hitler, saying the late fascist leader likely reasoned that German power would expand so it would be better for Italy to ally itself with Germany. He was speaking to reporters Sunday on the sidelines of a ceremony in Milan to commemorate the Holocaust. When Germany's Nazi regime occupied Italy during World War II, thousands from the tiny Italian Jewish community were deported to death camps. In 1938, before the war's outbreak, Mussolini's regime passed anti-Jewish laws, barring them from universities and many professions, among other bans. Berlusconi called the laws Mussolini's "worst fault" but insisted that in many other things, "he did good." (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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              Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, foreground, sits in front of Norther League party's leader Roberto Maroni in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. Silvio Berlusconi says Benito

    Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, foreground, sits in front of Norther League party's leader Roberto Maroni in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. Silvio Berlusconi says Benito

    Posted: 1/27/2013 10:33:32 AM EST
    Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, foreground, sits in front of Norther League party's leader Roberto Maroni in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. Silvio Berlusconi says Benito Mussolini did much good, except for dictator's regime's anti-Jewish laws. Berlusconi also defended Mussolini for siding with Hitler, saying the late fascist leader likely reasoned that German power would expand so it would be better for Italy to ally itself with Germany. He was speaking to reporters Sunday on the sidelines of a ceremony in Milan to commemorate the Holocaust. When Germany's Nazi regime occupied Italy during World War II, thousands from the tiny Italian Jewish community were deported to death camps. In 1938, before the war's outbreak, Mussolini's regime passed anti-Jewish laws, barring them from universities and many professions, among other bans. Berlusconi called the laws Mussolini's "worst fault" but insisted that in many other things, "he did good." (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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              FILE -- In this photo from files, taken on April 18, 2009, Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986, is seen at a press con

    FILE -- In this photo from files, taken on April 18, 2009, Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986, is seen at a press con

    Posted: 12/30/2012 10:48:21 AM EST
    FILE -- In this photo from files, taken on April 18, 2009, Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986, is seen at a press conference for her one hundredth birthday, in Rome. Rome's mayor says biologist Rita Levi-Montalcini, who conducted underground research in defiance of Fascist persecution, and went on to win a Nobel Prize for helping unlock the mysteries of the cell, has died at her home in the city. She was 103. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)
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              FILE -- In this photo from files, taken on April 18, 2009, Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986, is seen at a press con

    FILE -- In this photo from files, taken on April 18, 2009, Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986, is seen at a press con

    Posted: 12/30/2012 10:48:21 AM EST
    FILE -- In this photo from files, taken on April 18, 2009, Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986, is seen at a press conference for her one hundredth birthday, in Rome. Rome's mayor says biologist Rita Levi-Montalcini, who conducted underground research in defiance of Fascist persecution, and went on to win a Nobel Prize for helping unlock the mysteries of the cell, has died at her home in the city. She was 103. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)
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              FILE -- In this photo from files, taken on April 18, 2009, Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986, is seen at a press con

    FILE -- In this photo from files, taken on April 18, 2009, Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986, is seen at a press con

    Posted: 12/30/2012 10:48:21 AM EST
    FILE -- In this photo from files, taken on April 18, 2009, Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986, is seen at a press conference for her one hundredth birthday, in Rome. Rome's mayor says biologist Rita Levi-Montalcini, who conducted underground research in defiance of Fascist persecution, and went on to win a Nobel Prize for helping unlock the mysteries of the cell, has died at her home in the city. She was 103. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)
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              FILE -- Undated file photo of Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986. Rome's mayor says biologist Rita Levi-Montalcini, w

    FILE -- Undated file photo of Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986. Rome's mayor says biologist Rita Levi-Montalcini, w

    Posted: 12/30/2012 10:48:21 AM EST
    FILE -- Undated file photo of Italian neurologist and senator for life Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1986. Rome's mayor says biologist Rita Levi-Montalcini, who conducted underground research in defiance of Fascist persecution, and went on to win a Nobel Prize for helping unlock the mysteries of the cell, has died at her home in the city. She was 103. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
  •  - A defaced photo of Gyongyosi is seen on placard during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    A defaced photo of Gyongyosi is seen on placard during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Posted: 12/2/2012 2:17:19 PM EST
    A defaced photo of Marton Gyongyosi, a leader of Hungary's far-right political party Jobbik, is seen on a placard during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
  •  - A woman wears a yellow star during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    A woman wears a yellow star during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Posted: 12/2/2012 2:17:19 PM EST
    A woman wears a yellow star during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
  •  - Orthodox Jews attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Orthodox Jews attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Posted: 12/2/2012 2:17:19 PM EST
    Orthodox Jews attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
  •  - Hungarians shout slogans during demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Hungarians shout slogans during demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Posted: 12/2/2012 2:17:19 PM EST
    Hungarians shout slogans during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
  •  - Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Posted: 12/2/2012 2:17:19 PM EST
    Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest

    Posted: 12/2/2012 2:17:19 PM EST
    Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
  •  - Hungarians protest outside a parliament building against anti-semitic remarks by a far-right politician in Budapest

    Hungarians protest outside a parliament building against anti-semitic remarks by a far-right politician in Budapest

    Posted: 11/27/2012 4:42:49 PM EST
    Hungarians protest outside a parliament building against anti-semitic remarks by a far-right politician in Budapest November 27, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician had urged the government to draw up lists of Jews who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
  •  - Hungarians protest outside a parliament building against anti-semitic remarks by a far-right politician in Budapest

    Hungarians protest outside a parliament building against anti-semitic remarks by a far-right politician in Budapest

    Posted: 11/27/2012 4:42:49 PM EST
    Hungarians protest outside a parliament building against anti-semitic remarks by a far-right politician in Budapest November 27, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician had urged the government to draw up lists of Jews who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
  •  - A woman puts on a yellow star during a flash mob demonstration outside a parliament building against anti-semitic remarks by a far-right politician in Budapest

    A woman puts on a yellow star during a flash mob demonstration outside a parliament building against anti-semitic remarks by a far-right politician in Budapest

    Posted: 11/27/2012 4:42:49 PM EST
    A woman puts on a yellow star during a flash mob demonstration outside a parliament building against anti-semitic remarks by a far-right politician in Budapest November 27, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician had urged the government to draw up lists of Jews who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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              This combined picture shows Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi's statue of Pope John Paul II before its restoration, left, on May 20, 2011, and at its inauguration after the restoration

    This combined picture shows Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi's statue of Pope John Paul II before its restoration, left, on May 20, 2011, and at its inauguration after the restoration

    Posted: 11/19/2012 4:48:45 AM EST
    This combined picture shows Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi's statue of Pope John Paul II before its restoration, left, on May 20, 2011, and at its inauguration after the restoration, in Rome, Monday, Nov. 19, 2012. The city of Rome has inaugurated a revamped statue of Pope John Paul II after the first one was pilloried by the public and the Vatican. Artist Oliviero Rainaldi says he's pleased with the final product, saying it matches his original vision. He blamed foundry workers for a botched assemblage the first time around. The statue was restored after Rainaldi was pilloried by the Vatican for creating a sculpture of Pope John Paul II that some mockingly say looks more like Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini than the beloved late pontiff. (AP Photo)
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              This combined picture shows Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi's statue of Pope John Paul II before its restoration, left, on May 20, 2011, and at its inauguration after the restoration

    This combined picture shows Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi's statue of Pope John Paul II before its restoration, left, on May 20, 2011, and at its inauguration after the restoration

    Posted: 11/19/2012 4:23:24 AM EST
    This combined picture shows Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi's statue of Pope John Paul II before its restoration, left, on May 20, 2011, and at its inauguration after the restoration, in Rome, Monday, Nov. 19, 2012. The city of Rome has inaugurated a revamped statue of Pope John Paul II after the first one was pilloried by the public and the Vatican. Artist Oliviero Rainaldi says he's pleased with the final product, saying it matches his original vision. He blamed foundry workers for a botched assemblage the first time around. The statue was restored after Rainaldi was pilloried by the Vatican for creating a sculpture of Pope John Paul II that some mockingly say looks more like Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini than the beloved late pontiff. (AP Photo)
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              This combined picture shows Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi's statue of Pope John Paul II before its restoration, left, on Sept. 23, 2011, and at its inauguration after the restorati

    This combined picture shows Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi's statue of Pope John Paul II before its restoration, left, on Sept. 23, 2011, and at its inauguration after the restorati

    Posted: 11/19/2012 4:23:24 AM EST
    This combined picture shows Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi's statue of Pope John Paul II before its restoration, left, on Sept. 23, 2011, and at its inauguration after the restoration, in Rome, Monday, Nov. 19, 2012. The city of Rome has inaugurated a revamped statue of Pope John Paul II after the first one was pilloried by the public and the Vatican. Artist Oliviero Rainaldi says he's pleased with the final product, saying it matches his original vision. He blamed foundry workers for a botched assemblage the first time around. The statue was restored after Rainaldi was pilloried by the Vatican for creating a sculpture of Pope John Paul II that some mockingly say looks more like Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini than the beloved late pontiff. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)