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July 09, 2010
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Sales of coltan, used in cell phones, fund rebel groups that continue brutalizing eastern Congo.
Arts, Culture & Media
August 04, 2008
In 1942, during WWII, the Nazis swept through the Ukrainian countryside killing between 600,000 and 900,000 Ukrainian Jews, and The World's Jason Margolis' family is originally from Ukraine.
June 24, 2008
The site of the world's worst nuclear disaster is turning into something of a tourist destination.
January 01, 1970
The US State Department has announced that it is offering up to $5 million for Lord’s Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony and 3 other war crimes fugitives.
Saudi Arabia appears less concerned than the rest of the world about avoiding civilian casualties, or even having a clear military strategy.
The Taliban has stepped up attacks after the brutal Afghan winter. And it is now joined by the Islamic State. This fighting season could be one of the worst yet.
The United States and Iran have agreed, mostly, on a means to limit Iran's ability build nuclear weapons. And that's great news for Iranians.
Seven months after Operation Protective Edge, much of the coastal territory still lies in ruins.
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