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Study: U.S. Wars Have Left Over 1 Million Dead in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan


Physicians organizations publish casualty figures from the “War on Terror” To mark the 12th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, physicians from Germany, Canada, and the US have collaborated to record the injuries and deaths resulting from the “War on … Continue reading

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“I gave them a good boy, and they sent me back a murderer!” Mother of USA Vietnam Vet after My Lai Massacre


My Lai Revisited: 47 Years Later, Seymour Hersh Travels to Vietnam Site of U.S. Massacre He Exposed TOPICS Vietnam, Military, Journalism GUESTS Seymour Hersh, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for The New Yorker magazine. Fifty years after the U.S. ground invasion of … Continue reading

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ADHD and Me (Pt. 2): Distracted-ness Leads to Hyperfoci on a Variety of Skills


The first part of my tale began at this link, ADHD and Me (Pt. 1), some years ago. –kas ADHD and Me (Pt. 2) by Kevin Stoda This, my second attempt to share my story of living with ADHD, was inspired by … Continue reading

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ADHD and Me: A 12-year-old muses about balancing ADHD with her special abilities


This is an important article for me.  It reflects a lot about my own experience with ADHD, although I was not diagnosed fully till I was 38 or 39 years old. I began to write my own story some years … Continue reading

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Saudi Arabia launches air attacks in Yemen


The Saudi’s are simply afraid of Iranian influence rising in Yemen, but they provide the greater instability traditionally in Yemen–in Syria and often in Iraq and other neighboring lands.–kas In the news Saudi Arabia Begins Air Assault in Yemen New … Continue reading

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Thousands Protest Mob Killing of Afghan Woman in Kabul–Such Public Indignation Needs to Punishment of Officials Who Did Nothing to Stop Burning of Victim by Mob


Thousands Protest Mob Killing of Afghan Woman in Kabul   Thousands of people have marched in the Afghan capital of Kabul to protest the brutal killing of a woman by an angry mob. Twenty-seven-year-old Farkhunda was beaten with sticks and … Continue reading

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Migrant Women Appear Via Video from Detention Centers in Asylum Cases Amid Harsh Conditions (Part 2)


WEB EXCLUSIVES Part 2: Migrant Women Appear Via Video from Detention Centers in Asylum Cases Amid Harsh Conditions WATCH LISTEN Watch our extended interview about detained migrant women seeking asylum in court via video stream, as they face harsh conditions … Continue reading

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As slave trade abolition is celebrated, millions of Africans continue to live as slaves


HUMAN RIGHTS As slave trade abolition is celebrated, millions of Africans continue to live as slaves The transatlantic slave-trade was officially abolished more than two centuries ago, but more than six million people in Africa continue to live under slave-like … Continue reading

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TUNISIA : World Social Forum activists gather as Bardo Museum delays opening


TUNISIA World Social Forum activists gather as Bardo Museum delays opening Thousands of international activists are gathering in the Tunisian capital for an alternative globalization forum. The city’s Bardo Museum has delayed its planned public reopening after last week’s attack … Continue reading

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‘We on the Earth are at a tipping point’


CONSERVATION Jagger: ‘We are at a tipping point’ Author Interview: Karin Jäger / mw Human rights activist and ex-wife of Mick Jagger, Bianca Jagger, tells DW how the Bonn Challenge is helping communities vulnerable to climate change. DW: What’s the … Continue reading

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