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Freedom Has Never Been Free

Published by: Adrian Garcia- ASCF Intern

So what happened to the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence? Five men were apprehended by the British as traitors and mistreated before they perished. Twelve men had their homes destroyed.

Two men lost their sons while serving in the Revolutionary Army, another had two sons captured. Nine of the 56 men battled and perished from injuries or tribulations of the Revolutionary War.

 

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Mattis says Syria's government taking U.S. threat seriously

Published by: MSN News

Syria's government has taken seriously the U.S. warning against launching another chemical weapons attack, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Wednesday.

Speaking to reporters traveling with him to Brussels, Mattis noted there has been no such attack since the White House issued a surprise statement Monday night that threatened President Bashar Assad's government with "a heavy price" if it used chemical weapons

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Chemical weapons activity monitored at Syrian air base, U.S. officials say

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The United States said Tuesday that it has observed Syrian chemical warfare personnel visiting known production facilities, suggesting that President Bashar al-Assad’s government is preparing fresh strikes on the rebel-held north of the country.

The White House warned late Monday that the Assad government would pay a “heavy price” for any such strikes, indicating publicly for the first time that it believes the Assad government is capable of launching new chemical attacks.

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China's navy launches latest-generation destroyer

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China's increasingly powerful navy launched its most advanced domestically produced destroyer on Wednesday, at a time of rising competition with other naval powers such as the United States, Japan and India.

The first 10,000-ton Type 055 entered the water at Shanghai's Jiangnan Shipyard on Wednesday morning, the navy said in a statement.

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Venezuela: Helicopter strafes court in 'terrorist attack'

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A police helicopter fired on Venezuela's Supreme Court and Interior Ministry in what President Nicolas Maduro said was a thwarted terrorist attack aimed at ousting him from power.

The confusing incident, which may ratchet up tensions in a country already paralyzed by months of deadly anti-government protests, took place as Maduro was speaking live on state television Tuesday.

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