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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Israelis from the Ethiopian community take part in a demonstration in Tel Aviv on May 3, 2015 (AFP Photo/Jack Guez)
Several thousand people, mostly hailing from Israel's large Ethiopian population, took to the streets of Tel Aviv on Sunday to protest racism and police brutality against ethnic minorities. According to reports, marchers blocked highway traffic chanting and bearing signs which read: "A violent policeman must be put in prison" and "We demand full...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Despite President Barack Obama's recent admission that drones had inadvertently...
Jon Queally, staff writer
One in six of all animal and plant species on Earth could become extinct from...

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This week marks 40 years since the fall of Saigon, that "quintessential bitter end" to a war whose current retelling - through "soft lies, willful amnesia, and rampant revisionism" - increasingly transforms a brutal American imperial misadventure into something more noble and less ghastly than it ever was. With the ghosts of Iraq and Afghanistan all around us, those who endured the Vietnam War are resolved to set the grievous record straight.