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Eight dead children and a woman suffering from stab wounds were found inside a home in a northern Australian city on Friday, police said.
BlackBerry reports $148M US loss in 3rd quarter on lower revenue
BlackBerry posted a $148-million US net loss, equivalent to 28 cents per share, on revenue of $793 million for the quarter ended Nov. 30.
Analysis What could Wildrose's Danielle Smith possibly have been thinking? video audio
She was probably the most effective opposition leader Alberta has seen in decades, Kathleen Petty writes. But when Wildrose leader Danielle Smith crossed the floor to the government benches she also opened the door to cyncism.
Analysis Theatres shunning The Interview are likely buckling to 'an empty threat'
A hacker group possibly linked to North Korea that threatened to commit Sept. 11-style acts against theatres showing the film The Interview was engaging in a lot of bluster and likely posed no credible security risk to moviegoers, say some security experts.
Analysis Why it's so hard to know when oil will bounce back: Don Pittis
From Russian political stability to the value of Canada's oil sands companies, there is a lot riding on the price of oil. But economic analysts are proposing very different views on whether, when and how much the price of oil will rise, Don Pittis says.

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