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Bill inspired by Boston Marathon bombing survivors would give terror victims access to military treatment

The┬áJessica Kensky and Patrick Downes Act may soon become law, reports Shira Schoenberg for┬áMassLive.com. The act would permit victims of terrorist attacks to have access to medical treatment in military hospitals, which have more experience with injuries such as traumatic amputations. At present, civilians can only receive care at military facilities with permission from the […]

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Victim Support Europe newsletter

The new Victim Support Europe newsletter is available here. Victim Support Europe is an umbrella organization of 45 victim support organizations in 26 countries.

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After attacks on Muslims, many ask: where is the outpouring?

One of the primary goals of the Islamic State and similar terrorists is to divide Sunni Muslims from the rest of the world. After recent terrorist attacks in Istanbul, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia and Baghdad — attacks that killed more than 250 people — survivors are wondering why there is no outpouring of support as there […]

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