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A woman tries to salvage some of her belongings in Tabas, Iran, Wednesday after a devastating earthquake Saturday night leveled the city. An estimated 11,000 persons died or were injured in Tabas, and another 5,000 were killed or injured in…

Sometimes I have a glimmer of hope that he will come out of it, but it's fantasy, I guess, says Donna Fox as she visits her husband, Robert, victim of an industrial accident who remains in a timeless limbo.

Bob Baily couldn't stand to watch as the vet put the needle into his pet.

Photograph shows a World War I Drum & Bugle Corps Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, May 23, 1978.

Veteran in wheelchair at a Veteran's Day memorial service.

John Madsen and John Jones were among the 585 veterans at the Minnesota Veterans Home who celebrated Memorial day. The home in south Minneapolis has veterans from the Spanish-American war to the Vietnam War.

Like the other thousands of men who returned home from Vietnam minus limbs, Mastrogiovanni now fights an almost daily battle with Veteran's Administration and federal red tape as he attempts to collect his minimal benefits and the medical services he…

Prime Minister Menachem Begin speaks to Vice-President Walter Mondale in the Knes while angels from a Chagall tapestry watch.

During Jan. and Feb. each year the United States Coast Guard Motor Lifeboat School at Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington, conducts training exercises in the mouth of the Columbia River. These exercises, at the confluence of the river and the…

Pierre Elliot Trudeau, champion of Canadian national unity, addressing a gathering in his home in Montreal.