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Thousands of Armenians fled the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh after their fighters were defeated by Azerbaijan in a lightning military operation.
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Alyssa Milligan was someone who intuitively knew when another person needed help, encouragement or a kind word. Although she was new to Tennessee, the 23-year-old physical therapy student, whose mother called her “Sweet Alyssa,” had already made many close connections, especially within the tight-knit cycling community around Nashville—before she was killed this month, struck by a pickup truck while cycling with a friend.

Roadway deaths in the U.S. are mounting despite government test data showing vehicles have been getting safer. While the number of all car-related fatalities has trended upward over the last decade, pedestrians and cyclists have seen the sharpest rise: over 60 percent between 2011 and 2022.

It coincides with a steep increase in sales of SUVs, pickup trucks and vans, which accounted for 78 percent of new U.S. vehicle sales in 2022, according to Motorintelligence.com.

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In 1976, a satirical song titled “Junk Food Junkie” hit the airwaves. The lyrics, penned by Larry Groce, started: “You know I love that organic cooking, I always ask for more, and they call me Mr. Natural, on down to the health food store.”

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Here are the facts about the persistent friction in the region, enduring 15 years after Pristina declared independence.

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Part 2 reveals the last five rules of Bible study, and why you should study this living Book!
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We need someone who can unite us. Someone we can trust. Someone charismatic. Someone with the resolve to tackle tough times. Someone who understands issues affecting ordinary people. An everyman and visionary—a great leader.

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For many Libyans, the collective grief over the more than 11,000 dead has morphed into a rallying cry for national unity in a country blighted by 12 years of conflict and division.
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What is the purpose of The Real Truth magazine? How is it supported? Who publishes it—and why?
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The report alleges that Russian authorities have carried out mass arbitrary arrests of critics of the war and says those detained risk death due to the “persistent use of torture and ill-treatment.”

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The Bible reveals there are special Holy Days that Christians should observe. What are they? And why are these days so important to God?

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The Bible calls the devil “the god of this world” (II Cor. 4:4). But who is he? And where did this being come from?
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that there have been 23 weather extreme events in America that cost at least $1 billion this year.
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While stress is inseparable from daily life, how you deal with it can determine success or failure.
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The two countries have an interest in demonstrating that, despite their geopolitical isolation, they have partners they can call on.
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The accord, intended as a temporary measure, has long since frozen into a system for managing a conflict with no apparent end in sight.
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Libyans are desperately searching for missing relatives after a catastrophic flood killed thousands and swept many out to sea.
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The Holy Scriptures have perplexed most over the centuries. Why does a book read by so many remain such a mystery?
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A year after the death of Queen Elizabeth II triggered questions about the future of the British monarchy, King Charles III’s reign has been marked more by continuity than transformation, by changes in style rather than substance.
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The humanitarian situation in conflict-wracked eastern Congo has deteriorated alarmingly in the past 18 months with 8 million people in urgent need of assistance, a senior UN official said.

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