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THERE'S PROPAGANDA ON YOUR SCARF

THERE’S PROPAGANDA

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In the USSR even fabrics were used for propaganda.

People ate on communist tablecloths, slept on communist sheets and hung communist curtains in their rooms. 44 more words

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Durham VA holds open house for concerns about health care

DURHAM, NC (WNCN) — The Durham VA held its quarterly open house Tuesday night for veterans to come and ask questions and share concerns about care. 162 more words

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Los soviets de Madrid, la Unidad Popular y el desalojo del Patio Maravillas

En las últimas semanas, tras las elecciones municipales y autonómicas, nos encontramos con algunas referencias al acervo de la izquierda radical y no tan radical del siglo XX. 869 more words

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Espías en la sombra: Richard Sorge, entre salvar a la URSS y tumbar a Barbarroja

De las muchas secciones que me gusta ir creando, hoy inauguro una sobre espías y señuelos que nos llevará a algunos hechos importantes de la segunda guerra mundial. 1,978 more words

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Veterans see VA scandal as key in Congress races

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – The military veterans hanging out in USO-like comfort at a community college near Fort Bragg have a universal demand for politicians running for Congress – fix problems at medical centers run by the U.S. 115 more words

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Fayetteville VA indefinitely ends 24-hour emergency room

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Fayetteville’s VA Medical Center is converting its emergency department from 24-hour service to a 12-hour urgent care center. The change comes because of a staffing shortage.Hospital spokesman Jeff Melvin said the contractor in charge of providing a certified ER doctor for the hospital could not manage to cover every shift in the ER. 359 more words

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Fayetteville VA sued after vet kills wife, then himself

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – The Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center failed to provide proper care and follow-up treatment before a veteran killed his wife, then himself, according to a lawsuit filed last week. 157 more words

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