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Senator Nancy Ruth slams auditors over 'breakfast' claims video
A Conservative senator today bristled at questions auditors have put to her about her expenses, saying she shouldn't be expected to eat airline breakfasts. "If you want ice-cold camembert with broken crackers, have it!" said Senator Nancy Ruth.
NYPD detective caught on video berating Uber driver reassigned
A New York police detective was transferred from the department's elite Joint Terrorism Task Force on Wednesday after a video showing him screaming at an Uber driver over an alleged traffic violation went viral online, police said.
Amit Chakma, Western University president, to give back half of $924K salary
The president of Western University has announced he will voluntarily refund the school nearly half his $924,000 salary last year, money he received in lieu of taking an administrative leave.
Syrian girl's 'surrender' to photographer caught in heartbreaking image
When photojournalist Osman Sagirli approached four-year-old Hudea, the refugee girl raised her hands in surrender, thinking his camera was a gun. The resulting photo has spread around the world, becoming a symbol of the human toll of the war in Syria.
War in Iraq and Syria will cost Canada $528M by next year, Kenney says
Canada's war in Iraq and Syria is expected to cost more than half a billion dollars by this time next year, Defence Minister Jason Kenney revealed Wednesday, one day after federal budget reports stamped the estimate as secret.

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