New anti-terror laws are on their way in Australia in response to threats by the militant group ISIS.
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By Casey Taylor A little bruised and now a man down, the union between Scotland, England and Wales remains strong. Scots took to the polls Thursday to decide whether to cut ties with its geographical brothers and forge its own future. The answer, “No”, forced Alex Salmond to resign as First Minister and leader of
By Ari Salas Bankers everywhere sighed in relief Friday morning as markets opened to an intact United Kingdom. The uncertainty of a Scottish independence referendum had sent financial markets into a deep fear, said Pierre-Pascal Gendron. Gendron is a Professor of Economics and Program Coordinator for the Bachelor of Commerce in International Business at Humber
By Kate Richards The militant group ISIS has been connected to a terrorist plot to behead a random member of the public in the streets of New South Wales, Australia — and people in that country are in ‘disbelief,’ Humber News has found. Eight hundred police carried out what has been called “the largest counter-terrorism
By Casey Taylor “Should Scotland be an independent country?” That’s the question Scots are trying to answer Thursday. Voting is underway in a historic referendum that could see the dissolution of their union with the United Kingdom. Public support initially leaned towards keeping the status quo when polls first started reporting last year but soon
By Hannah Hollingsworth and Kathleen Jolly Pastor and politician Ian Paisley died on Friday at the age for 88, according to his wife. Born and raised in Northern Ireland, Paisley became a Baptist preacher after he attended the Barry School of Evangelism. A political activist and former First Minister of North Ireland, Paisley began his career