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Canadian teacher detained in Indonesia
The family of a Canadian teacher detained in an Indonesian jail on allegations of child sexual assault has been trying to enlist Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird to help win his release.
US terrorist database growing at rapid rate
The U.S. government is rapidly expanding the number of names it accepts for inclusion on its terrorist watch list, with more than 1.5 million added in the last five years, according to numbers divulged by the government in a civil lawsuit.
Lions hammer Alouettes
Quarterback Kevin Glenn had 301 yards and threw for two of Emmanuel Arceneaux's three touchdown catches as the Lions hammered the Montreal Alouettes 41-5 at B.C. Place Stadium on Saturday.
Bon Jovi part of Toronto group interested in Bills: report
Three people who have reviewed documents concerning the sale of the Buffalo Bills told The Associated Press that a Toronto group that includes rocker Jon Bon Jovi, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment chairman Larry Tanenbaum and the Rogers family is inter
New Rule Permits Early Release for Thousands of Drug Offenders
WASHINGTON — Tens of thousands of prisoners serving time for federal drug offenses will be eligible to seek early release beginning next year.
The United States Sentencing Commission, which voted in April to reduce the penalties for most drug crimes, v
Negotiators Agree to Extend Iran Nuclear Talks, Diplomats Say
Iran, the United States and the five other countries negotiating over the future of the Iranian nuclear program have agreed to a four-month extension of the negotiations, giving them more time to try to bridge a major difference over whether the country w
Israel launches ground invasion of Gaza
Israeli forces, backed by artillery shells and airstrikes, launched a major ground offensive into Gaza late Thursday, marking a dramatic escalation in the 10 day-old conflict with the Palestinian militant group Hamas.
California bank robbery, gunbattle leaves 3 dead
Robbers fleeing a California bank took three women hostage and threw two of them from their getaway vehicle, as they fired repeatedly at police during a high-speed chase. Police shot out their tires but the shooting continued, fatally wounding two suspect
Thunder Bay man 'taken down' by bear
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and Thunder Bay Police are asking people around the city of Thunder Bay to be on the look out for a roaming bear, after a man had a close encounter earlier this week.
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