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A survivor of the Holocaust and a young Jewish immigrant spoke about their lives in Germany at a special parliamentary session Wednesday commemorating the victims of the Holocaust 76 years after the Soviet army liberated the Auschwitz death camp in occupied Poland.

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Fort Lee's 80-year-old base newspaper ceases publication this week

After eight decades, the Fort Lee Traveller is riding off into the sunset, but base officials say that should not be seen as an obituary for news and information delivery from the installation.

Walter Pasiak, Pennsylvania county's last Pearl Harbor attack survivor, dies at 98

As the last known survivor of Pearl Harbor residing in Lackawanna County, Walter Pasiak taught younger generations about service and sacrifice.

Seacoast NH clean water advocate urges Biden, EPA to focus on PFAS chemicals

Thousands of people working at the former Pease Air Force Base, along with children and infants who attended two day cares there, were exposed to multiple PFAS chemicals from contaminated water in the city-owned Haven well until its closure in 2014.

Federal lawsuit filed over chimps still held at Holloman Air Force Base

Animal Protection of New Mexico and the Humane Society of the United States filed a federal lawsuit Jan. 14 against the National Institutes of Health about a group of chimpanzees residing on Holloman Air Force Base.

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