October 10, 2019
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Research revealed this morning suggests that 87% of expats feel isolated, whilst 48% of those feeling isolated cited that missing friends and family was the primary reason. If you’re an overseas American feeling left out, always feel free to connect with us at The American, and don’t forget to reach out to the many American groups, societies and organizations in the UK (They’re listed at the back of each copy of The American). We’re all here to support the American community. Today is World Mental Health Awareness Day, so we want to invite you to contact us via e-mail (editor@theamerican.co.uk), Twitter (@TheAmericanMag), or Facebook (@TheAmericanCommunity) and let’s get conversations started. There’s a few talking points in today’s newsletter – check it out! Enjoy your newsletter, and be well.
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NEWS | WW2 US Airman Nominated for Freedom of Wirral

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Article Two

NEWS | US Secret Service Dog Receives PDSA Order of Merit

Article Three OP-ED | Americans Rejected for UK Visas
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Article Four FEATURE | Meghan’s Tough Year
Article Five FEATURE | The American Dream is Beautiful
Article Six SPORT | Bringing Baseball to Tayport, Scotland
Article Seven SPORT | Back in the ATL
Article Eight SPORT | XFL Team Names
Article Nine THEATER | A Day in the Death of Joe Egg
Article Ten THEATER | 'Master Harold’...and the boys
Article Eleven MUSIC | The name's Newman … David Newman
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