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Boris Nemtsov killing: Theories fly as Muscovites pay tribute to Putin critic video
The death of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, who was killed on a Moscow street on Friday night, is causing speculation over who is behind the seemingly targeted killing. Russian opposition leaders and President Vladmir Putin's government and its supporters are exchanging blame for the opposition leader's sudden death.
Gun fired in McDonald's shooting was legal, lawyer says
The lawyer for a security guard involved in the fatal shooting of two men at an east-end Toronto McDonald's early Saturday says the gun that fired multiple shots was "lawfully possessed."
U.S. firm on Iran nuclear diplomacy ahead of Netanyahu speech video
Defying U.S. President Barack Obama, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu flew to Washington on Sunday to warn Congress about the risks of a possible nuclear deal with Iran in a speech that has imperiled ties between the two allies.
Analysis Why Coke is lowering its sugar levels in Canada video
Coca-Cola is cutting the amount of sugar in Coke, reducing calories and maybe improving the bottom line. But that doesn't necessarily mean it will taste less sweet.
New Mohammed Emwazi, Jihadi John, won't have the same impact unmasked video
Now that the world knows the identity of the masked man who appears to have beheaded several ISIS hostages on camera, Mohammed Emwazi may have become less useful and more of a liability to the cause.

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