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A child can be expected to behave well only if his parents live by the values they teach.
An overview of the history and geopolitical significance of the Soviet invasion and occupation
The Republicans in the state are giving the Democrats a fight at the polls, but there the contentiousness of national politics ends
The Third World asks for a share of gene stocks bred in Northern laboratories —from Southern seed