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Issa subpoenas State Dept. documents on Benghazi talking points

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Current Affairs 9th March 2018: The first International Women's Day was held in America in 1909 in support of a strike by garment workers. In during the World War I, Russian women protested for bread and peace on the last Sunday of February, which fell on March 8th in 1917 according to the Gregorian calendar. The United Nations began celebrating the International Women's Day on 8th March 1975.

Current Affairs 9th March 2018: The first International Women's Day was held in America in 1909 in support of a strike by garment workers. In during the World War I, Russian women protested for bread and peace on the last Sunday of February, which fell on March 8th in 1917 according to the Gregorian calendar. The United Nations began celebrating the International Women's Day on 8th March 1975.

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Join me this week as I interview Erica Graffin during my talk show, TERRANCE TALKS TRAVEL: Über Adventures. She is the marketing coordinator for Tours International (located in Kent, England) and .

As we approach the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, many people point to similarities in the current state of world affairs.

Debate: Is 2014, like 1914, a prelude to world war?

British troops are advancing during the battle of the Somme, in 1916 (photo: ReutersArchive of Modern Conflict London)

Media Milwaukee journalist, Samuel Wisneski, covered the Fireside Forum on the Opioid Crisis at UWM. Speakers from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin Public Radio and UWM’s Institute of World Affairs, made it clear: the opioid war will not be won using the United States’ current strategy.

Hannah Hetzer and Jon Richards Speak on the Opioid Crisis at UWM

Media Milwaukee journalist, Samuel Wisneski, covered the Fireside Forum on the Opioid Crisis at UWM. Speakers from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin Public Radio and UWM’s Institute of World Affairs, made it clear: the opioid war will not be won using the United States’ current strategy.

World War II Veterans' Families Recall Lobotomy's Scars - WSJ.com

The Lobotomy Files: Decades after lobotomy of loved ones, families remain torn.

World War II Veterans' Families Recall Lobotomy's Scars - WSJ.com

Francisco, Lucia and Jacinta, the Our Lady of Fatima Children 1917: The visionaries  brought messages from the Blessed Virgin Mary of the conversion of souls, prayer messages, penance and warnings of the world of Word War  II, Russia and our current affairs of Church persecution, new war and the Holy Father.

Francisco, Lucia, and Jacinta at the Site of the Apparitions, Fatima

‘War without weapons’: Russia singles out Canada over tough line

‘War without weapons’: Russia singles out Canada over tough line

Alexander Romanovich, deputy chairman of the foreign affairs committee in the Duma, tells The Globe and Mail that no Western sanctions will convince Russia to relinquish Crimea

WORLD WAR SYRIA w/ Syrian Girl - YouTube

WORLD WAR SYRIA w/ Syrian Girl - YouTube

An estimated 50,000 people are to be evacuated from Hannover on Sunday to allow a series of World War Two bombs to be defused.

German authorities prepare to evacuate tenth of Hannover's population to defuse WW2 bombs

An estimated people are to be evacuated from Hannover on Sunday to allow a series of World War Two bombs to be defused.

HELLO: Taro Aso, Japan’s deputy prime minister and finance minister, waved as he attended the unveiling of the country’s biggest warship, dubbed ‘Izumo,’ since World War II at a ceremony in Yokohama, Japan, Tuesday. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)

Photos of the Day: Aug. 6

In today’s pictures, pigs just want to have fun in the Netherlands, an explosion leaves residents stranded in Argentina, people cool off in Prague, and more.

Norwegian World War I cargo ship wreckage causes problems for sailors 100 years later | Daily Mail Online

Wreckage of 1,000-tonne Norwegian World War I emerges on Norfolk coast

Norwegian World War I cargo ship wreckage causes problems for sailors 100 years later

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