UN: Fewer Hungry People in the World Despite Wars, Poverty
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UN: Fewer Hungry People in the World Despite Wars, Poverty

  ROME (AP) — The number of hungry people around the world has dropped to…

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General Spurs Boots-on-Ground Debate in Islamic Fight
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General Spurs Boots-on-Ground Debate in Islamic Fight

Tony Capaccio, BLOOMBERG BUSINESSWEEK   WASHINGTON (Businessweek.com)—Reaction was swift after a top Pentagon official’s testimony…

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South Africa Denies Parole to Apartheid Killer
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South Africa Denies Parole to Apartheid Killer

Christopher Torchia, ASSOCIATED PRESS   JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The former head of a South African…

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Obama’s War Stance Exposes Liberal Hypocrisy
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Obama’s War Stance Exposes Liberal Hypocrisy

By Raynard Jackson NNPA Columnist Last week, Americans commemorated the 12th anniversary of the terrorist…

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Military Expansion in Mali and Syria?
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Military Expansion in Mali and Syria?

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist   The Obama administration is preparing for an expansion…

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VANTAGE POINT: End the ‘War on Drugs’ Now
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VANTAGE POINT: End the ‘War on Drugs’ Now

By Ron Daniels NNPA Guest Columnist   On April 4, 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King,…

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Time to Repeal the War on Drugs
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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Time to Repeal the War on Drugs

By William Reed NNPA Columnist Why do Black Americans allow the war on drugs’ unfair…

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Drones: Warfare of the Video Age
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Drones: Warfare of the Video Age

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist   Drone warfare is truly the warfare of the…

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Influencing Barack Obama’s Second Act
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Influencing Barack Obama’s Second Act

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist   There is a different feel in the air,…

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