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Militants bomb spy centre

Suspected al Qaeda-linked militants killed at least 14 Yemeni soldiers and security guards on Saturday in a car bomb and grenade attack on the intelligence service headquarters in the southern port city of Aden.

Green Party pushes to get more MPs

'Star' candidate ready for Calgary byelection, Elizabeth May says

Attempted abduction reported in Comox

The RCMP and military police are investigating a report of an attempted abduction of a nineyear-old girl at Canadian Forces Base in Comox.

Kelowna mayor endorses Pride Week for first time in a decade

A kiss that was 15 years in the making was finally exchanged Saturday on a stage in Kelowna.

Price of food goes up with the temperature

U.S. drought caused by extreme heat a sign of things to come, expert says

On the 70th anniversary of Dieppe, veteran recalls catastrophic raid: 'We were very pleased we didn't go'

Veteran David Stirling delicately turns over a worn pamphlet covered in black and-white photos of war casualties and destroyed tanks. In large black letters is the headline "Dieppe.
U.K. seeks talks over Assange

U.K. seeks talks over Assange

Britain is seeking an amicable solution with Ecuador to their diplomatic standoff over WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a U.K. official said Saturday.

Man dies after shootings at Texas bar

One man was killed and two wounded early Saturday when shots were fired during a bar brawl in Odessa, west Texas.
A long way back from the abyss

A long way back from the abyss

Carole James is one of B.C.'s most recognizable faces - a longtime social advocate, former Victoria school board chairwoman and former B.C. NDP leader.

Ex-police chief prays for son's victims

A former Edmonton police chief whose son recently admitted in court that he killed his former girlfriend says he prays for the woman, her family and others who his son is also accused of assaulting.