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As ISIS forces continue to diminish in Iraq, the nation is preparing to rebuild – and they now have $400 million to help them...

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The Soviet military officer Stanislav Petrov who single-handedly averted a worldwide nuclear war when he chose to believe his intuition instead of the computer...

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Republished with permission from Peace News Written by John Oryang August 15th, 2017 When Kelvin and his friends filmed their own version of a US pop song, they...

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  101 years ago today, the Boeing Company (Pacific Aero) was first formed by William Boeing in Seattle Washington. 36 years later they would test...

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These roommates may seem like an unlikely pair, but their friendship has provided valuable comfort and inspiration for both of them. 95-year-old Howard Stern is...

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Though it may seem counterintuitive, new research shows that American women who were shipped overseas to Vietnam are currently more happy than the average...

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What used to be the kidnapping hotspot of the world has seen a dramatic drop in kidnappings since a peace treaty ended Colombia's 52-year war.

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Poland has now joined the ranks of 157 states that have destroyed their stockpiles of anti-personnel land mines.

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Since airstrike campaigns began in 2014, over 50,000 terrorist fighters have been defeated in Syria and Iraq, which has seriously damaged their ranks.

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This year's recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize is Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos now hailed for ending a bloody battle lasting half a century.

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In a historic moment, after four years of negotiations, FARC rebels in Colombia have signed a peace deal with the government, bringing to an...

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A US publisher of Adolf Hitler"s Nazi manifesto announced its decision to donate all proceeds to a local organization that works directly with aging Holocaust survivors

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The State Department reported Thursday the number of terror-related attacks around the world dropped by 13 percent in 2015. Additionally, the annual report measured a...

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Barack Obama became the first US president to visit Hiroshima Friday, laying a wreath at the peace memorial on the site of the world’s first atomic bombing.

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A woman who risked her life to save 30,000 children has been awarded the first Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity. Marguerite Barankitse plans to use...

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Since 1066, this fortress in North Yorkshire has held a lot of prisoners, including conscientious objectors — people who refused to go to war.

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These four musketeers from a war long past have reunited to recreate an iconic photo of their friendship from fifty years ago. Once the Vietnam war...

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It's truly beautiful how a few kind words from a stranger can close the gaps of race and age.

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There are many different shapes and sizes of rebellion; whether they be emotional, physical, mental, or political. But it takes an artist to rebel against...

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Imagine being in the middle of fighting a war in freezing cold weather when you run out of ammunition and get candy instead.