The Day We Saved 2,147 POWs
Filipino guerrillas worked with the U.S. Marine Corps across the Pacific during WWII. (Photo: U.S. Marine Corps)

The Day We Saved 2,147 POWs

The Day We Saved 2,147 POWs From Los Baños Prison (reprinted from military.com) By February 1945, the cruel and inhumane treatment by the Japanese against their enemies was well known.…

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Flooded Zimbabwe mine
© Reuters Rescuers built wooden platforms over unstable and muddy entrances

Flooded Zimbabwe mine

Nine illegal miners have been rescued from a gold mine in Zimbabwe days after a burst dam flooded two shafts. They are reported to have survived by finding higher ground…

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Recovering Korean War Dead
© Chung Sung-Jun/Getty ImagesA South Korean soldier standing in December at the Military Demarcation Line between South and North Korea, a site of fierce battles.

Recovering Korean War Dead

SEOUL—Atop a little-known ridge almost seven decades ago, French, South Korean and American troops fought off waves of mainly Chinese Communist forces in a series of trench battles that marked…

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Numbers of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls
Demonstrators took part in a rally to honor missing and murdered indigenous people Thursday, Feb. 14, in Fargo. Kim Hyatt / The Forum

Numbers of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls

Marchers raise awareness about numbers of missing and murdered indigenous women February 14, 2019 07:12 PM Marchers gathered Thursday to raise awareness about the numbers of missing and murdered indigenous…

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Violence facing indigenous people
Demonstrators took part in a rally to honor missing and murdered indigenous people Thursday, Feb. 14, in Fargo. Kim Hyatt / The Forum

Violence facing indigenous people

FARGO — In the arms of her grandmother and holding her mother's favorite flower, 17-month-old Haisley Jo was surrounded by demonstrators wearing red, a color associated with a movement raising…

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