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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Their stories will never be fully known. Driven by conflict, poverty, famine or just a better life, over 4,000 migrants have died so far this year while making their journeys, a new tally from the Geneva-based International Organization for Migration finds. The grim numbers are outlined the organization's new study, titled Fatal Journeys: Tracking...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
A new study has added to body of evidence linking human-caused climate change...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Despite deployment of increasingly harsh tactics over the weekend aimed at...

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Oh so heartbreaking to hear of the suicide - or the death from moral injuries - of Jacob George, 32-year-old farmer, musician, anti-war activist and veteran of three tours of Afghanistan who came home shattered by post-traumatic horror he insisted was not a disorder but a basic human response to inhumanity. George fought hard to heal - riding his bike 8,000 miles to sing and speak, seeking solace with his comrades, and on his best day hurling medals back to the generals who broke him.