- Making News: UN Reviews Nuclear Proliferation Treaty The United Nations today began a month-long assessment of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Mohamed ElBaradei, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, set the tone by acknowledging a rise in terrorism, clandestine nuclear programs and a black market that have "heightened our awareness of vulnerabilities in the NPT regime." Carol Giacommo is diplomatic correspondent for the Reuters News Service.
- Reporter's Notebook: Hitler's Nurse Speaks
Sixty years ago today, Russian soldiers arrived at the Berlin bunker where Adolf Hitler had taken his own life. Only two of the 6 or 7 Germans who were there at the time are alive today. One of them, a 93 year-old Red Cross nurse, says she never saw Hitler's body, but that others heard the shot he fired to kill himself shortly after he'd said goodbye to his medical staff. Erna Flegel spoke with Luke Harding of Britain's Guardian newspaper.
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