Top 5 Veterans News: Jan. 14, 2018

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  1. Mary Newman-Keyes returns as Douglas County Veterans Service Officer. The woman who helped make the Douglas County Veterans Service Office what it is today has returned to take the helm again.

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  2. Trump Order Extending Mental Health Services Could Help Ohio Veterans. President Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order that would extend mental health care to military service members transitioning out of the Armed Forces and back to civilian life.
  3. Labor members to collect groceries for veterans. As part of its Labor CARES program, the United Way of Greater Stark County is inviting area labor members to participate in a food drive to help local veterans.
  4. Cypriot veterans win right to claim damages over UK torture claims. A high court judge has opened the way for 34 Greek Cypriots to seek damages from Britain, following claims of torture and human rights abuses at the hands of colonial forces during the island’s struggle for independence in the 1950s.
  5. ‘Secret war’ veterans ask Congress for national cemetery burials. More than 40 years after the end of the “secret war” in Laos against North Vietnamese forces, Hmong and Laotians who fought alongside the U.S.

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