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Today is Veterans Day, the 11th of November. Its' origins go back to the last day of WWI, or what was called at that time the Great War or the World War. It is a day to honor our men and women who served in the military. Well, if
The shooter, Paul Ciancia, apparently hunted through the airport until he found someone who happened to have a job with the Transportation Safety Administration and then he killed him. Because this mass-shooting resulted in relatively few casualties,
There has been progress in the gay rights and gay marriage equality movement. President George H.W. Bush (the first Bush president) http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/reliable-source/wp/2013/09/25/george-h-w-bush-is-witness-at-
A powerful suicide blast has killed at least 16 Syrian soldiers in a Damascus suburb. The government blamed “terrorists” for the explosion, but did not give details. It should be noted here that the government of President Bashar al-
By EMMANUEL UDOM Eighteen serving soldiers in the Nigerian Army may either be killed or jailed for life soon. Reasons: the soldiers are accused of fraternizing one way or the other with members of the Boko
On Wednesday morning, Joe Placente held his own 9/11 ceremony. Wearing a giant smile and an outfit of red, white and blue, Placente, an 81-year-old Korean War veteran, proudly walked along Main Street carrying the American and POW/MIA flags. The Toms
Video shows the moment when seven soldiers of the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad are executed by a group of Syrian rebels. The soldiers appear naked, bound and on the ground, as the rebels were aiming their weapons.
Amnety International expressed hope that the conviction of eight Kopassus (Special Forces Command) soldiers today is a step towards ending impunity In Indonesia, but also highlights how military courts are not fit to try its own soldiers for
Alix Mattingly Luke Hortenstine looks over the skyline to spot doves on the opening day of dove season. Eleven o'clock on Sunday marked more than the opening of dove season it marked another step in the healing process for five soldiers stationed at
By EMMANUEL UDOM The Lagos state command of the Nigeria security and civil defence corps, (NSCDC) on Monday disclosed that eight suspected oil thieves were arrested in Ejibgo area of the state on Saturday.