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Quotes you can share from President Trump’s May 21 speech

Here are some memorable quotes from President Donald J. Trump's May 21 speech to the Arab Islamic American Summit.
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After escaping Boko Haram, farmers begin a new season with hope

Once displaced by chaos caused by the Boko Haram terrorist organization, thousands of Nigerian farmers are cultivating again.
Rex Tillerson speaking (© AP Images)

Tillerson addresses coalition of 68 nations to defeat ISIS

Nations come together to discuss the defeat of ISIS/Daesh. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says it's "a fight in which we all have a stake."

Global Coalition meets to defeat ISIS

The United States will host a two-day meeting of top leaders of the Global Coalition to defeat ISIS.
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Extremist convicted for destroying Timbuktu shrines

The International Criminal Court found a Muslim radical guilty of committing a war crime by overseeing the destruction of historic mausoleums in Timbuktu.
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South Carolina city heals a year after church shooting [video]

After an attack on a church in Charleston, South Carolina, residents responded with forgiveness and an intensified commitment to mend race relations.
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Embracing life after hate

Christian Picciolini used to be a member of a neo-Nazi skinhead group. Now he works "to counter the seeds of hate we once planted."
American flag showing gift of cows from Maasai people to U.S. after 9/11 (Collection 9/11 Memorial Museum, Gift of Wilson Kimeli Naiyomah and the Maasai people of Kenya, Photograph by Matt Flynn)

Why September 12 matters so much to America

Countries around the world showed kindness to the United States after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.
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Protecting religious and ethnic minorities from Daesh atrocities

The international community will meet to discuss ways we can protect religious and ethnic minorities whose homelands are occupied by Daesh.