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Despite the Soviet Union's withdrawal of its promise to provide air support, on October 19, 1950, the first units of the Chinese People's Volunteer Army crossed the Yalu River into Korea. Mao Zedong famously dismissed reactionaries as "paper tigers." He said, "The outcome of a war is decided by the people, not by one or two new types of weapon." People throughout China donated money and supplies to support the effort to resist U.S. aggression and aid the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. This part of CGTN's documentary "Enemy on the doorstep: China's involvement in the Korean War" shows the whole country's efforts in the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea. #KoreanWar1950 #unforgottenwar
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Two Hamza men, who came back after fighting in the war against Nagorno-Karabakh, were interviewed. They reported that Syrians were used as human shields while the Azerbaijani army was always at least 200 meters behind them. He also stated that around 1000 fighters were sent initially, out of which 300 were able to return and many others died. #StopAzeriAggression #SpeakUp #DontBeSilent https://twitter.com/lindseysnell/status/1316845037595119617?s=21
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A new recording of a phone call of two Syrian mercenaries leaked, further proving their presence in Azerbaijan. One of them expresses absolute unawareness of where he is, drawing conclusions from the orders to not fire Iran by accident.\nHe says Azerbaijani officers don't even feed them and promise to pay only if the Syrians take photos/videos of dead Armenians. Fighters pray for the day they go back or flee to Iran.\n\nWhile talking to a fighter in another area, The National reveals that army officers order Syrians to attack, while the Azeri army is safely behind them. "The Turks put us in such a position that we can't any more escape from here," said Ibrahim, who accepted the job to support his family.\n\n#RecognizeArtsakh #StandWithArmenia\n\nhttps://twitter.com/ArmenianUnified/status/1315604869789741061
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In 2013 I had my first son and he was teething really bad. When he would drool, we would have to change his bib, and onsie, so much during the day because he would soak through to his clothes. It was really, really bad. There was so much laundry! I wasn't a big fan of giving my baby medication or teething gel and I wanted to find an alternative way to help soothe the pain. I noticed some kids wearing these beaded necklaces. So I did some research and made him one. Once I put it on him, within 24 hours his drool was completely gone. Two days later he cut his first tooth. We had no idea that he was even teething to the point where a tooth was about to come through. It was insane! I was so excited and relieved. I later figured out that it didn’t just help with teething pain. My husband is an army vet and after his second tour in Iraq, he injured his knee. So I thought, what could it hurt? I put a teething necklace around his knee to see if it would help stop the pain. He was skeptical, like all men are. And within 10 minutes his pain was gone. After that, I knew we were onto something and I wanted to share this with everybody that I could. That’s when I created MacRae Naturals. I wanted to make sure other moms knew that there was another way to help their little ones through the pain of teething that didn’t require medication. You don't have to suffer and neither does your baby. If you've got a teething baby that's not sleeping through the night and you're up all hours and you're giving the pain relievers or the cold bagels or the washcloths and there's still so much drool, you can try this. If you're uncomfortable with a necklace, you can wrap it around the ankle, cover it with a high sock, and you still get that relief while they're sleeping. Baltic Amber is not only for children. It's amazing for adults as well and a powerhouse for all sorts of pains. Our Baltic Amber Jewelry helps with back pain, migraines, carpal tunnel, joint pain, fibromy
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Elizabeth Stanley used to be a firm believer in “powering through.” \n\nAs a US Army veteran with a PTSD diagnosis who thought it would be cool to pursue two graduate degrees simultaneously, she was a pro at it—or so she thought. \n\nIt took the onset of asthma, chronic lung infections, a near-death experience, insomnia, migraines, clinical depression, and temporary blindness for her to finally decide that there must be a better way.\n\nFor the next 15 years, she studied the neurobiology of stress, trauma, and resilience—initially as a way to save herself, and then to help others heal, too.\n\nThe result? An evidence-based approach to resilience called Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)®.\n\nMMFT® has been tested through rigorous neuroscience and stress physiology research. Since 2008, Dr. Stanley and her collaborators have conducted four studies with combat troops preparing to deploy to Iraq and Afghanistan—with strong positive results published in top-tier scientific journals.\n\nToday, her work has evolved to help others recover from past chronic stress and trauma and thrive in high-stress environments, including: medical staff, firefighters, essential workers, teachers, parents, trauma survivors—and thousands of others seeking to succeed amid long-term stress and uncertainty. \n\nWant to learn about her key insights?\n\nACCESS DR. ELIZABETH STANLEY’S FREE WEBINAR >> https://bit.ly/2GF4yLN\n\nIn this exploration of Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT), you'll learn about:\n\n> MMFT's Three Training Lineages—How mindfulness practices, body-based trauma healing modalities, and the world's warrior traditions work together to widen our window of tolerance to stress\n\n> "The Thinking Brain and the Survival Brain"—The neurobiology of resilience, and how to perform better in challenging environments\n\n> Stress and Emotion Contagion—How the distress of others affects us, and what we can do about it\n\n> Five Window-Widening Habits—Key lifestyle recommendations for staying grounded in high-stre
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“On leaving the army I felt a crushing sense of loneliness. I had two choices: drive off Beachy Head or ask for help...” Jon Ringer spent 22 years in the British Army, serving in the first Gulf War, Northern Ireland, Kosovo and Bosnia. When he left, the adjustment to civilian life proved extremely challenging. So much so, he found himself on the brink of suicide. Help British veterans like Jon to combat the mental and physical scars of service by joining the Veterans’ Lottery. *This month’s jackpot stands at £25,000! Play for heroes: www.veteransfoundation.org.uk/lottery/join