Saudi Arabia's Air Strikes Are Killing Civilians With U.S. Weapons
Despite Saudi Arabia's claims, open source evidence shows many airstrikes are killing civilians — and U.S. weapons are being used to do it.
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Ukraine's Cultural Heritage Is Another Casualty Of Russia’s Invasion
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Russia's Cluster Munitions Will Still Affect Ukraine Years After War
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Iran Executes First Known Prisoner Arrested During Protests
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Yellen, Malerba Become 1st Female Pair To Sign U.S. Currency
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Amazon Gives Delivery Drivers $5 If You Tell Alexa To Thank Them
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