Veteran Affairs Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. What the camera doesn't capture in those viral videos of police shootingsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Times-Picayune

    A series of startling shootings by police, including one this week of a Florida therapist wounded by police gunfire while helping an autistic man , have been captured in graphic detail on video, prompting renewed demands to retrain and reform America's police departments. Two of the shootings fueled a violent response: Black military veterans Micah X. Johnson and Gavin Eugene Long staged ambush-style attacks in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, respectively, that left eight officers dead in the span of 11 days.


  2. 'Beginning of the end' for Robert Mugabe as his own supporters attack himRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Metro UK News

    Robert Mugabe appears to be losing his grip on power after a group of his staunchest allies denounced him as dictatorial. War veterans described how Mugabe and his allies had 'devoured the values of the liberation struggle in utter disregard of the constitution'.


  3. Ears Wide ShutRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | OpEdNews

    "Oh, my Goodness, Hatter, we didn't know you were in here," cried the White Rabbit. "I would've come sooner."


  4. Hundreds of strangers turn out for WWII veteran who outlived his familyRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Metro UK News

    The long lost sister of a World War II veteran was among those who paid tribute at her brother's funeral - after a tracing agency ensured that the war hero was given the send-off that he deserved. The family of Stewart Cooney, 95, were tracked down by Leeds agency Finder Monkey last month, after they contacted his care home and spoke of their desire to trace his relatives in the wake of his death.


  5. Zimbabwe News Today..Team Lacoste Under InvestigationRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago |

    The country's security agencies are now conducting investigations to determine the source of the Down With Mugabe document in Team Lacoste Camp. Following the Harare Declaration, Team Lacoste is in hot soup after open calls by Zimbabwe and Zanu PF War Vets for the faction leader to take over from President Mugabe.


  6. .com | The dangers of misusing social media platformsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | News24

    Cassper Nyovest's attempt to fill up Orlando Stadium with 40 000 people best defines the power of ambition in a young black South African, says Lemo Monyatsi . Dear sisters You are busy uploading your nude images just for likes,while your peers out there are busy using social media platforms to market and advertise themselves .You just go to magnificent restaurants to shoot photos,publish them on social networks and get excited when people give you 150 likes & 50 comments.Busy showing the public your new hairstyles,make ups,nails and cosmetics every week,instead of showing it better things that will never ruin your image.


  7. .com | Liberation movements need to change or be changed.Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | News24

    Cassper Nyovest's attempt to fill up Orlando Stadium with 40 000 people best defines the power of ambition in a young black South African, says Lemo Monyatsi . Awarded after your first article is published on MyNews24.


  8. Democrat Schwaller vows to protect clients commentsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | News Tribune

    Jean Schwaller, the lone Democrat running for Cole County public administrator, said she decided to run for the position to continue the work of Marilyn Schmutzler, who has been in the position for 17 years. Occupation: Jean Schwaller is an agriculture consultant and owner of International Consulting and Business Training.


  9. Charity event Aug. 5 benefits the disabled with equine therapyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago |

    Local charity Wings of Hope will host a fun event, Round-Up for Riders, on Aug. 5 at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Fort Worth. The festive evening will feature a gourmet dinner, a silent auction, raffle and a unique auction called Boots Up.


  10. College Town: Satellite imagery tracks tree growth in Clark studyRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    High-resolution satellite imagery provided by the DigitalGlobe Foundation, which was first put to use in Worcester this year by the Human-Environment Regional Observatory program at Clark University, is helping doctoral student Bernadette Arakwiye to see the forest and the individual trees in her approximately 860-square-mile study area in the Gishwati and Mukura forests of western Rwanda. Ms. Arakwiye is conducting a pilot study in these two forests in preparation for her dissertation research, which will focus on monitoring forest degradation in western Rwanda with the aim of assessing opportunities for restoration.


  11. War veterans attack 'beginning of the end' for Mugabe: analystsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    Zimbabwe's war veterans' surprise attack on President Robert Mugabe signals the "beginning of the end" for the long-time leader, already buckling under pressure from a restive population angry over worsening economic woes. In a rare public rebuke to the world's oldest president, war veterans decried Mugabe's "dictatorial tendencies" and vowed to withdraw their support if he seeks re-election in 2018.


  12. Fall books we cana t wait to readRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    I am not one to wish away the summer, but between the release of the beach blockbusters and the fall literary season, there's a bit of a drought in the fresh-reads category. I'm going to fast-forward the calendar and tell you about 11 fall books I'm looking forward to: “The Wonder” by Emma Donoghue .


  13. Oklahoma program offers horse therapy for veteransRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | The Daily Advance

    Coming home from war in one piece is a task in itself, but it's the invisible damage that can have the worst effects. At a local ranch south of Drumright, volunteers are doing their best to heal invisible wounds one ride at a time.


  14. Facility giving veterans assistanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Altoona Mirror

    He carried a rejection letter from the Greenfield Terrace Apartments in Pittsburgh as he went to the Social Security office in Altoona and the Van Zandt VA Medical Center. He served a 12-year prison sentence for attempted murder.


  15. Hostage crisis in Armenia. Heroes or Terrorists?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Groong

    New Eastern Europe July 22 2016 Hostage crisis in Armenia. Heroes or Terrorists? Published on Friday, 22 July 2016  For the past couple of days the situation in Armenia's capital, Yerevan, has been tense.


  16. Police shootings touch nerve among military veteransRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Augustine Record

    This undated photo provided by the Mighty Oaks Foundation shows Chad Robichaux, who runs the Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs that helps veterans deal with the syndrome known as PTSD. Back-to-back attacks on police in Texas and Louisiana by former military men have struck a nerve among veterans who traditionally share a close bond with law enforcement.


  17. Crossroads veterans seek answers at summit 58 minutes agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Victoria Advocate

    Victoria County Veterans Service Officer MaryAnne Adams, left; Gulf Bend Center Veterans Coordinator Mike Allen, middle left; Public Contact Outreach Specialist Tomica Parks, middle right; and Director of the South Texas VA Robert Walton answer questions at the Victoria Veterans Summit. Vicente De La Rosa, 74, a Port Lavaca resident and Vietnam War veteran, sat through the panel discussion.


  18. Twin Sisters owner says gun club not a bad neighborRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Republic

    Thomas Bock cannot remember when there wasn't a gun range at his family's Twin Sisters Road property. He said there were always groups of shooters coming up to the club to fire rifles and handguns.


  19. Mail on Sunday Comment: Doctors failed in their most basic dutyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Josef Boberek, a 92-year-old war veteran, pictured, could have been cured of a chest infection and discharged to carry on his life It is hard to face this fact and harder to say it in raw, clear English - but we now have proof, accepted by the Health Service Ombudsman, of a British hospital ending a patient's life by deliberate actions. Let us put it even more brutally.


  20. New Yorkers honor military veterans with 21 fishing boatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Daily News

    A flotilla of 21 fishing boats honored military veterans Saturday with a tour along the Hudson River.