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FACEism: President Reagan's apology for the US interment of Japanese Americans during World War II

13 days ago   |   By ABC

In 1988, President Ronald Reagan apologized to an entire generation of Japanese Americans for unjustly locking them up during World War II.
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England announces monthlong lockdown as UK virus cases pass 1 million

England announces monthlong lockdown as UK virus cases pass 1 million

“Unless we act, we could see deaths in this country running at several thousand a day,” British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said. Read more ...

Shooter injures Greek Orthodox priest in France's Lyon and flees - police

Shooter injures Greek Orthodox priest in France's Lyon and flees - police

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Gov. Cuomo orders all travelers to New York to get tested for coronavirus

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Navy SEALs rescue American hostage Philipe Nathan in Nigeria

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An American citizen kidnapped in Niger last week has been rescued in neighboring Nigeria by U.S. special forces. “Last night, our Country's brave warriors rescued an American... Read more ...

Patriots CB Stephon Gilmore ruled out for game against Bills

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Illinois reports almost 8,000 new COVID-19 cases

Illinois reports almost 8,000 new COVID-19 cases

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Death toll reaches 39 in quake that hit Turkey, Greek island

Death toll reaches 39 in quake that hit Turkey, Greek island

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Study links Trump rallies to more than 700 Covid deaths

Study links Trump rallies to more than 700 Covid deaths

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