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New TSX, Dow stabilize ahead of market shutdown in China
Stocks in North America halted their rout on Wednesday, anticipating a reprieve from bad news about China as its markets will be closed for the next two days.
Omar James charged in Scarborough teen's shooting death in Jamaica
A 19-year-old man has been charged by Jamaican police in connection with the shooting death of a Canadian teen who had been vacationing in the capital of Kingston.
Migrant crisis: Refugees decry Budapest train station blockade video
Hundreds of migrants chanted defiant slogans outside Budapest's main international train station Wednesday as Hungarian police blocked them for a second day from seeking asylum in Germany and other wealthy European Union countries.
Analysis Understanding recession without saying the R-word: Don Pittis
Recessions affect everyone differently. And while there is a widespread aversion to the term we must accept the data for what it is. Don Pittis says the information is not all bad but it does not tell us much about the future.
Which leader has answered the most questions (so far)?
Tom Mulcair raised eyebrows for declining to answer any questions from reporters at his campaign kick-off event. Stephen Harper enforced his five-question cap that day, while Justin Trudeau chose not to impose any limits at all. But who's on top now?

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