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Updated U.S. launches airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria
The Pentagon says the U.S. and partner nations are carrying out the first airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria in ongoing operations that mark the opening of a new, far more complicated front in the battle against the militants.
Live New Brunswick election: Vote-count stalls with Liberals and PCs in dead heat video
Brian Gallant's Liberals have opened up a small lead in seats over David Alward's Progressive Conservatives in a very close New Brunswick election. Results are being slowed by problems with vote-tabulation machines.
Raymond Lee Caissie, 43, charged with murder of Serena Vermeersch
Raymond Lee Caissie​, a high-risk sex offender who was released from prison last year after serving 22 years for a violent sexual assault, has been charged with the murder of Surrey, B.C., teen Serena Vermeersch.
Royal Alex Ebola scare response troubling, Edmonton woman says
An Edmonton woman says she is deeply concerned with how the Royal Alexandra Hospital dealt with what was originally suspected to be an Ebola case. She says others waiting in the ER were put in close contact with the patient and were told to go home before the contagious disease was ruled out.
Vancouver Aquarium uses hexacopter drone to monitor whale pods video
The Vancouver Aquarium has used a drone to study killer whales from above for the first time. The images it captured have allowed biologists to detect pregnancies and measure the girth of the whales.

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