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KAMPALA, Uganda — Thousands of Ugandans who guarded U.S. government buildings in war zones are preparing to sue their former employers who they claim failed to pay their agreed wages and cover medical bills, leaving many badly injured and mired in debt. The workers guarded institutions and military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan in the […]

MEDITERRANEAN SEA  –   Naval Striking Forces NATO will execute a Transfer of Authority (TOA), assuming command of more than 5,000 U.S. Sailors and Marines assigned to USS Bataan Amphibious Readiness Group (ARG). The TOA – which takes place in parallel to NATO’s exercise Steadfast Defender 2024 – brings joint vigilance and Deterrence and Defense (DDA) […]

NORTHAMPTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / February 26, 2024 / U.S. Bank: Bank donates $100,000 in grant funding to help support Crenshaw District revitalization Originally published on U.S. Bank company blog The ongoing U.S. Bank Black History Month celebration included a block party and ribbon cutting event at the newly renovated Slauson and Crenshaw branch, the […]

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Monday that without new U.S. military aid his country would be unable to defend a Black Sea shipping corridor that has allowed Kyiv to export millions of tons of grain to global markets. Global Images Ukraine | Global Images Ukraine | Getty Images Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Monday that without new U.S. […]

CASTRIES, St. Lucia —   The U.S. Air Force Lesser Antilles Medical Assistance Team deployed ready-medics, for the second year, to work alongside St. Lucia’s health teams to achieve mutual benefits and build trust in the region from Feb. 26 to March 10, 2024. The team consists of 17 Active Duty and Reserve […]

The killing of a Georgia nursing student allegedly by a Venezuelan migrant has quickly intensified the country’s immigration debate as President Biden and leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump prepare trips to the border this week.

25-year-old becomes first Black woman to play in U.S. women’s polo championship  KPRC Click2Houston Source link

During Black History Month, a significant moment unfolded after a 25-year-old nurse made history by becoming the first Black woman to compete in the U.S. Women’s Polo Championship. Raised by a single mother, Shariah Harris was given the opportunity to ride through a nonprofit initiative . . .

he former president’s latest victory Tuesday will increase pressure on Haley, who was South Carolina governor from 2011 to 2017, to leave the primary race. Author: 13wmaz.com Published: 5:29 PM EST February 26, 2024 Updated: 5:29 PM EST February 26, 2024 Source link

(The Center Square) – Military experts argue the use of “migrant warfare” by Mexican cartels has created the border crisis, which they say is not about immigration. The warning comes as the greatest number of foreign nationals have illegally entered the southwest and northern borders, including suspected . . .

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