Thousands of Fukushima Refugees Forgotten

Over two years after an earthquake and tsunami devastated areas in and around the Japanese city of Fukushima, many residents have been left to live in impromptu residential camps with no hope of returning to their previous ways of life

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How the Obama Administration Tried to Justify a Strike on Syria

Washington knew Syrian rebels could produce sarin gas but “cherry-picked” intel to blame President Assad for the Aug. 21 attack on Ghouta

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Homelessness Kept Quiet

She wakes to the sound of breathing. The smaller children lie tangled beside her, their chests rising and falling under winter coats and wool blankets

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Anti-Drone Protests Halt U.S. Military Convoys

The Pentagon has put the brakes on military cargo shipments traveling from Afghanistan to Pakistan, citing anti-drone protests that threatened truck drivers

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NSA Employees Received Thanksgiving Talking Points

If a politically-charged dinnertime debate sidelined your Thanksgiving, don’t blame the National Security Agency

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Central African Republic Descends Into Chaos

A U.N. peacekeeping operation will be needed in the Central African Republic, which is descending into “complete chaos” that may lead to religious and ethnic conflict with “mass atrocities” and even civil war

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Security Clearance Cover-Up in Navy Yard Shooter Case

The federal agency charged with screening employees for security clearance offered hints about how to cut corners, and its lax policies could have led to the clearance the Navy Yard shooter needed to access the base

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Darfur Refugees Reach 6-Year High

Fighting is raging between various ethnic groups on the Darfur side of the border of the Chad/Sudan border, particularly between two Arab tribes

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U.S. Drone Strikes Islamic Seminary in Pakistan

A suspected U.S. drone targeted an Islamic seminary early Thursday in northwest Pakistan, killing six people in an attack likely to inflame tensions over the CIA drone campaign

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America’s Underreported Rape Problem

Rape has been widely underreported in America, according to a new panel study by the National Research Council

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