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A group of 28 Ukrainian volunteer soldiers escaped on Saturday from Ilovaysk, where more than 200 volunteers have been cornered since Monday
The United Nations says that seven in 10 of the 2,104 Palestinians killed in the hostilities were civilians. Israel disagrees, citing a figure far smaller.
Men wait in line upon their return to Guatemala. (Michael Williamson/Post)
If living and working in the U.S. is the dream for tens of thousands of Central American immigrants, then ending up in this building on the edge of Guatemala City’s airport is the nightmare.
Jonathan O'Connell and Thomas Heath
The District could follow other cities in building a venue to host the Olympics and a local pro team.
He enters season on watch lists for 4 national awards after last season was cut short by a broken leg.
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Lawyers for the ex-Va. governor said the government’s star witness lied.
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The boys, who attend a school for students with disabilities, can’t play because they pay their own tuition.
Three presenting authors at the National Book Festival put their histories in their plots.
Artist Chiharu Shiota used four miles of yarn and 400 shoes to create her installation "Over the Continents."
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Pro-Russian rebels occupy key Ukrainian town
Rick Perry rails against President Obama on border crisis
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Russian rebels to release Ukrainian troops
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SHE THE PEOPLE | Dogged by progressives, she finally spoke out on the controversy. And her remarks were more substantive than those of other political leaders.
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Testing employees not only boosts corporate safety and productivity but also reduces substance abuse.
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