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Raif Badawi case: What he has in common with Jason Kenney
The Saudi judiciary has recommended liberal blogger Raif Badawi be retried on apostasy charges that carry an automatic sentence of death by beheading, largely because of his support for Mideast Christians. The Harper government has backed the same cause, but is reluctant to criticize Saudi Arabia.
Sahab Jamshidi, Ancaster man, charged in death of 4-year-old St. Lucia boy
Sahab Jamshidi, a Canadian charged in St. Lucia following the drowning death of a four-year-old boy, says that he tried to save the boy, denying reports that he took the child on a fatal kitesurfing ride off the coast of the Caribbean island.
Benjamin Netanyahu didn't offer 'viable alternatives' during Iran speech: Obama video
U.S. President Barack Obama says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu didn't offer any "viable alternatives" to the nuclear negotiations with Iran during his speech to Congress.
Sex shows streamed from Windsor libraries probed by police audio
Sex shows streamed live online from two branches of the Windsor Public Library are being investigated by police.
Margot Bentley appeal to stop feeding denied by B.C. court
Margot Bentley, the B.C. woman who made a living will and is now in the final stages of dementia, will continue to be fed at the care facility where she lives after the Court of Appeal dismissed a bid from petitioners to let her die.

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