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Four Consulates in Istanbul evacuated after receiving packages containing yellow powder....

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Two attacks in Canada inspired by the militant group ISIS mark a shift in mentality....

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A Quebecer who killed a Canadian soldier and injured another “is clearly linked to a terrorist ideology,” Canada’s Public Safety Minister said on Tuesday....

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By Viktoria Sciacca World MasterCard Fashion Week will be debuting Canadian Fashion Designer’s Spring 2015 collections until Oct. 25 in Toronto. The week-long fashion event is displayed at the David Pecaut Square near King and...

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By Jordan Burton A 25-year-old Quebec man was shot and killed by police on Monday after running down two Canadian soldiers. The hit-and-run took place in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., about 40 km southeast of Montreal. Sureté du Québec said...

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Nigerian officials say they have reached a truce with Boko Haram, kidnapped school girls to be released....

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Nepal Avalanche: rescue teams hard at work

October 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

A massive search and rescue operation in the mountains of Nepal has recovered more than 115 people. Despite the continuing humanitarian effort in the world’s highest mountains, searchers found the bodies of at least 27...

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As one Belleville patient awaits Ebola test results at an Ottawa hospital, Canada is taking the necessary steps in making medical history. The human clinical trials for the Canadian-made Ebola vaccination have begun at the...

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Parliament returned today to debate one final time on the floor of the House of Commons the country's role in fighting ISIS....

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By Viktoria Sciacca Nine Canadian banks are collaborating with the Red Cross to raise money for The West Ebola Fund to aid Ebola relief. Donations are being accepted in light of the first confirmed case of...

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