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I'm sure almost everyone has heard about the kidnapping of about 300 girls from a boarding school in Nigeria. The girls were taken by a terrorist group. They are against girls going to school and...

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How Many Of You Hate America?

The common view of things is often different from the reality. They can be twisted, beautiful images that shield us from the truth. Sometimes people should think of it not as a shield, but as a...

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In 1927, the Slavery Convention outlawed the ­institution of involuntary labor in order “to bring about, progressively and as soon as possible, the complete abolition of slavery in all its...

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