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Islamic State group: The full story
Abu Anis only realised something unusual was happening when he heard the sound
of explosions coming from the old city on the western bank of the
Jim MuirBBC News - "I phoned some friends over there, and they said armed
groups had taken over, some of them foreign, some Iraqis," the computer
technician said. "The gunmen told them, 'We've come to get rid of the
Iraqi army, and to help you.'" The following day, the attackers crossed
the river and took the other half of the city. The Iraqi army and police, who
vastly outnumbered their assailants, broke and fled, officers first, many of
the soldiers stripping off their uniforms as they joined a flood of panicked
civilians. It was 10 June 2014, and Iraq's second biggest city, with a
population of around two million, had just fallen to the militants of the
group then calling itself Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham/the Levant (Isis
or Isil). Four days earlier, black banners streaming, a few hundred of the
Sunni militants had crossed the desert border in a cavalcade from their bases
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forces taking part in the offensive to retake the Iraqi city of
forces taking part in the offensive to retake the Iraqi city of
Rights Watch calls for an investigation into an attack on a mosque in northern
Rights Watch has called for an investigation into an attack on a mosque in
Syrian child refugees making UK clothes
made by child refugees in
Syrian refugee children have been making clothes for British shoppers, an undercover BBC investigation has found.
investigated factories in
Twelve dead in 'al-Shabab attack' on Kenyan town Mandera
least 12 people have been killed in an attack in
in the Kenyan border town of
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Battle for Mosul: The story so far Turkey-Iraq tensions over Mosul offensive Iraqis arriving at camp bring tales of peril Voices from Mosul as battle nears Dodging ghosts of IS in the desert Turkey-Iraq tensions over conflict Video Inside camp for displaced people Mosul tales of escape Battle for Mosul: The story so far Dozens killed at Pakistan police college Video Scenes from Pakistan attack Profile: Lashkar-e-Jhangvi IS group: The full story Who are the Taliban? Venezuela political foes 'agree talks' Government accused of coup What has gone wrong? Full article Venezuela political foes 'agree talks' Four killed on Australia theme park ride Video Ride abandoned after theme park deaths Full article Four killed on Australia theme park ride Calais camp demolition set to begin Women 'matching men on alcohol intake' Outcry over 'noose on black US student' Egypt seizes sugar in raids amid shortage 'Al-Shabab' kill 12 in Kenya attack Hong Kong trial shown 'torture' video India puzzled by Tata boss 'sacking' Newsbeat Kim Kardashian West drops robbery lawsuit US changes toddler screen time advice /news/world-asia-37758748 Sport Kuznetsova cuts own hair on way to win The photograph 'ruling' an Indian state Democracy or dysfunction? Project dignity Screen shocker Water war? Painting for peace Trump 'n' cheese Presidential hopeful makes pastry gaffe Pee problem for world's tallest church Russia 'drunk tanks' plan for World Cup
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Quetta attack: Militants kill dozens at Balochistan Police College
least 59 cadets and guards have been killed in an attack by militants on a
police college in the Pakistani city of
Three militants wearing suicide bomb vests entered the college late on Monday, reportedly taking hostages.
Ilyas Khan, BBC News: 'Militants hit state symbol' - A major security
operation lasted for hours and all attackers were killed. So-called Islamic
State (IS) said its fighters had carried out the attack, although officials
have blamed another militant group, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.
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Ban niqab in public service, Quebec MP says in launching Conservative leadership bid
Steven Blaney kicks off Conservative leadership campaign with proposed niqab ban - Quebec MP would ban Islamic face-covering for those working in public service
Bellechasse-Les Etchemins-Levis Conservative MP Steven Blaney has announced his decision to run for the leadership of the federal Conservative Party. (Jacques Boissinot/Canadian Press)
By John Paul Tasker, CBC News Quebec MP Steven Blaney is running for leadership of the Conservative Party, and his first major policy position is a ban on the niqab and a promise to invoke the notwithstanding clause if courts strike down his new measures. The former minister in the cabinet of Stephen Harper said he will introduce legislation that would forbid the Islamic face-covering while voting and taking the oath of citizenship. He also said that the prohibition would extend to people working in the federal public service. "We are a country that is built on immigration, but we have to be sure that those new Canadians we welcome are understanding of how we live. We don't want our country to become like the country they left," Blaney told reporters Monday. "We fully welcome you, but we want you to respect who we are." The measures are necessary, Blaney said, to "ensure the sustainability of our integration model" and to protect women's rights.
Quebec man facing deportation 20 years after crime gets 2-year stay
Michele Torre had been given a new deportation order for Wednesday based on a 20-year-old criminal conviction.
lawyer for a longtime
Michele Torre had been given a new deportation order for Wednesday based on a 20-year-old criminal conviction.
The Immigration Department intervened in his favour Monday. The now 64-year-old Torre was convicted in 1996 in a cocaine importation conspiracy linked to the Cotroni crime family and served part of a nearly nine-year prison sentence. His lawyer, Stephane Handfield, says Torre will now be able to breathe easy for two years while immigration officials review the case for him to remain in
Since 2013, the Canadian government has sought to remove Torre from
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Montreal, October 20, 2016 – Just like the TripAdvisor website that compares the views of travellers, there are quality reports in Germany that allow people to compare the country's different hospitals. Indeed, as described in an Economic Note published today by the MEI, the German government requires that all hospitals publish, every two years, data on the quality of the services they offer, and that they make this data available to patients. "This is a very effective measure that allows patients to choose the most appropriate hospital in which to seek treatment," says Frederik Roeder, German health economist and author of the study. "Since they are able to gather the relevant data on the quality of care in different hospitals, patients, and referring doctors too, can choose the best health care facility for the job." These quality reports include information on which treatments a hospital conducted in a given year and how many of each, as well as the rate of complications and quality violations. "Using this database, patients can compare not only different hospitals' expertise, but also whether a hospital is above average, average, or below average in providing these services compared to other hospitals in its region and nationwide," adds Mr. Roeder. Quality reports encourage hospitals to improve their level of quality in order to attract more patients, since funding follows the patient. Hospitals are also starting to receive compensation based explicitly on treatment quality, which creates additional incentives to improve quality outcomes, as it translates directly into revenue. "The data speaks for itself," says MEI Research Director Youri Chassin, who collaborated on the study. "Just from 2013 to 2014, more than 15% of the 416 indicators measured showed significant improvements, meaning lower complication rates during and after hospital treatment, a speedier recovery, and a lower lethality rate." Among its health care reforms, the
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Every year once school starts, working parents are put in a tricky spot. It can be difficult to strike a balance between work hours and school hours, and this difficulty often manifests itself in the form of a couple of hours where the parent can't be with their child before and/or after school. Many parents choose to enroll their children in before- or after-school programs, arrange for their children to be watched by family or friends, or are fortunate enough to have flexible work hours that allow them to be available once school lets out for the day. Many other parents, though, explore the possibility of leaving their children home alone or with siblings, trusting them to stay safe, take care of themselves and lock up the house when they leave. During this year's National School Safety Week, the Canada Safety Council wants to remind parents of a few safety aspects to consider before making the decision to leave their children home alone. Firstly, make sure your child is prepared for the added responsibility. The Canada Safety Council recommends that no child below the age of 10 be left home alone, and additional consideration should be given to the child's temperament, maturity health as well as any legislation that may be in effect in your province. A child should not be left home because it's the easy option or because it costs less than an after-school program. It's far more important to ensure that children are well equipped to look after their own wellbeing. That begins from a mental standpoint. Ask the child if they feel as though they'll be able to handle the responsibility. Take care to address any concerns or fears they may have, and ensure that you take the necessary amount of time for the child to fully understand the responsibilities being assigned to them. Interested parents and guardians can find out more information as well as locations where the course is offered here.
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US telecoms giant AT&T announces that it will buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly $86bn (£70bn), but the deal still needs regulators' approval.
US telecoms giant AT&T has announced that it will buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly $86bn (£70bn).
deal - one of the biggest this year - still needs approval from regulators. If
the takeover goes through, it would combine AT&T's distribution network
with content from the Warner Brothers film studios and the cable TV channels
HBO and CNN. AT&T's chairman described it as "a perfect match"
but critics say it concentrates too much media power. The deal is likely to be
closely scrutinised by US antitrust regulators. AT&T is already the third
largest cable TV provider in the
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For too long, environmental activist organizations have unfairly inflicted huge economic harm on businesses by spreading misinformation and unfounded fearmongering. An outstanding example of how unfairly-attacked companies should respond is Resolute Forest Products, the world's largest producer of newsprint. It has courageously and boldly led the charge in fighting back through the courts. Others should follow suit." Read the op-ed by Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, published in the Investor's Business Daily. Today, on the occasion of the metro's 50th anniversary, the MEI is publishing an Economic Note showing that these problems are not anecdotal. The STM has a long history of inefficiency, and it is all
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Can song lyrics ever be poetry?
Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize has reignited the debate about whether song lyrics can ever be considered literature. Is it time to finally tear down these cultural barriers?
Every now and then an esteemed literary figure will see fit to pass judgement on the works of a pop star.
By Brian WheelerBBC News, Washington DC - It's been going on since the early 1960s, when songwriters first began to aspire to something more than rhyming "moon" with "June". The literary establishment, both horrified and fascinated by the attention being lavished on these long-haired upstarts, felt it was incumbent upon them, as cultural gatekeepers, to say something. In recent years, it is rap stars that have found themselves in high culture's cross hairs. In 2003, no less a figure than Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney hailed "this guy Eminem", who he said had "created a sense of what is possible" and "sent a voltage around his generation".
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Book Offers A Solution For Donald Trump: Dog Train Him!
Boca Raton, FL, October 14, 2016 – Twenty-five years of marriage and the experiences of working with dog trainers provided the inspiration for L.A. Knight's laugh-out-loud new novel, Dog Training the American Male, the story of a relationship counselor who can't seem to make her own relationships work...until she discovers that the techniques used to train her boyfriend's dog can also be used to train her boyfriend. At the heart of the comedy are the challenges of men and women to communicate. We may speak the same language but our brains are wired completely different. Conversely, men and dogs are simple creatures who share many similar traits – ergo, men can be trained. But before you think Knight is selling out his gender, hear him out. "The key to domesticating a dumb animal is to reward the desired behavior. For a man, this comes down to food, sex, and lying around on the couch watching TV. Give us what we want and we're happy." Which brings us to Donald Trump. Having watched the last Presidential Debate and the Republican candidate's bizarre behavior, Knight – a Bernie Sanders supporter (the guy was a lovable mutt...and mutts are forbidden to win Best In Show) had this to offer: "Although he snorts like a Bull Dog, I see Trump as more of a Chow Chow... the wild orange hair, the nasty disposition. The problem is that he's been the Alpha Dog all his life, which is why he listens to no one. As a billionaire, he's lived in a spoiled, isolated existence where he hasn't worn a leash for fifty years; as a result he now lacks all social restraints. Enter his domain and it's no holds barred. He's liable to bark, growl, wag his tail, shove his nose in your groin or hump your leg. Look at him during the second debate... he was all over the stage, snorting and sniffing like he was looking for a place to pee when he should have been placed in a sit and stay position. "Instead of surrounding himself with YES MEN, Trump needs to appoint trainers who are not afraid to set him straight. Since that's most likely not going to happen before the last debate, I'd skip leash training and go straight to the electric shock collar. If he strays past his chair... ZAP him." And can dog training techniques work on women...say, Hillary Clinton? "Not at all, "Knight says. "While dogs have a pack mentality, women are more like cats. Ever try to herd cats...it's chaos. However, if Hillary does win the White House, I have one suggestion – have Bill neutered. If she had done that sixteen years ago, Gore would have been president, we would have never invaded
Secrets, The Best Sort Of Escape: The Ice Merchant
The story begins in 1889, when a shrewd Yankee ice merchant, Nicolas Van Horne, is carving out a profitable side-business. Deep in his ship's icy hold, dozens of human cadavers lie between the huge blocks of ice. On this delivery, his first to
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and Heart Disease: The Real Story Could Save Your Life
Mission Viejo, CA, October 5, 2016 ― Silence is one of the most deadly aspects of women's heart disease, and cardiologist Dr. Jacqueline Eubany (Dr. Jackie) makes that point in her concise, accessible book, Women and Heart Disease: The Real Story: Angie is a 46-year-old divorced mother of two school-aged children. One morning she was just not feeling her usual self....Undaunted, the busy mother went about her usual morning routine.... Angie's coworkers noticed that she looked unusually pale and advised her to go to the doctor's office. Hard-working Angie declined....As the sole financial provider for her family, the young woman felt she could not afford to take time off. There were too many outstanding bills and her children needed her. Angie hoped she would soon start to feel better. Tragically, she did not. Days later she made it to the emergency room, but her heart was permanently damaged. Through anecdotes and friendly, jargon-free advice, Dr. Jackie tells readers how to reduce their risk by up to 80%, how to recognize a heart attack earlier, and how to make the healthiest choices for your heart and your loved ones. Heart disease remains the number one killer of women in the
New Testament For The 21st Century
Vancouver Island, Canada, October 5, 2016 – This, The October Testament, is Tyndale's New Testament as it was published in the 1549 Matthew Bible, complete with the notes and commentaries of that Reformation Bible, and all gently updated by Ruth Magnusson Davis (published by Baruch House Publishing, octobertestament.com). The primary author of The October Testament is the English martyr, William Tyndale. This is his final New Testament translation of 1535. Two years later, his friend John Rogers, also martyred, published these scriptures in a little-known but very important Reformation Bible called The Matthew Bible, which became the first authorized English Bible under King Henry VIII. The wine-colored cover is symbolic of the blood with which this bible was bought. Ruth Magnusson Davis is founder and editor of the New Matthew Bible Project. Her work is to update the Matthew Bible; not to make a modern bible, but to keep the language of the original as much as possible, which she calls the real language of the faith.Because the KJV New Testament was largely taken from Tyndale, readers will find much that is familiar here, and beautiful, but will find it easier to understand than the KJV. In March 2016 The October Testament finally became available for sale, and was immediately well received. Ruth's fine editorial hand is almost unnoticeable. Tyndale continues to shine through.
Discovers Secret to a Happy Relationship: Dog Train Your Man
Boca Raton, FL, September 29, 2016 – Twenty-five years of marriage and the experiences of working with both male and female dog trainers provided the inspiration for L.A. Knight's laugh-out-loud book, Dog Training the American Male; the story of a relationship counselor who can't seem to make her own relationships work ... until she discovers that the techniques used to train her boyfriend's dog can also be used to train her boyfriend. Says Knight, "Couples can relate to the fact that men and women may speak the same language but our brains are wired completely different. When a guy speaks to another guy there's rarely a misunderstanding in the translation. When a man speaks to his woman it can be like walking blindly through a minefield – the wrong word or misplaced syllable has the potential to blow us up. Or it could be totally unrelated – what kind of day our woman had at work, or what so-and-so may have said on a phone conversation ten minutes earlier ... and like a dumb animal, we walk right into the crossfire. "The concept for Dog Training the American Male hit me after a bad argument with my wife. I couldn't understand how my seemingly innocent statement could be so misunderstood. At the same time, I realized how similar men and dogs are. We're both simple creatures who want food, sex, and to nap on the sofa. In the heat of battle my wife yelled at my dog ... and there was no miscommunication. How was this possible? "That night (while sleeping in the guest room), I had an epiphany: If a dog could be trained and man and dog were similar-minded ... then man could in fact be trained! So I wrote Dog Training the American Male, which is a really funny story but it's also a guide for women to train their men – which is the only way it can happen. See, a man cannot train a woman – it's a violation of Chaos Theory. Training a woman is like herding cats. Have you ever tried herding cats? It's chaos." The early reviews on Dog have been "Best in Show." Kirkus Reviews states "Dog Training the American Male is funny in the best way: the humor propels the action rather than pausing it . . . prose flows like a jocular babbling brook. L.A. Knight is a naturally-gifted comic writer; what is more, she is a talented storyteller." She? "I purposely hid my gender and the lead character is a woman so women just assumed
Love And Terror
Peace Activist Enters A War Zone To Help Stop The Conflict And Bring Peace In
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Marysville, OH, September, 2016 – We've all heard the words "it's cancer" at one time or another, either personally or for a loved one, family member or friend. Where do you turn, what do you say? The words in Rejoicing Through the Tears: Embracing God's Hand in Cancer by Brenda George (published by WestBow Press) has been comforting cancer victims and their families for five years! For Brenda George, life was good. She was having the time of her life. She and her husband were planning their daughter's wedding, buying a new sports car, and planning a much-needed vacation; things couldn't have been better . . . until cancer rudely invaded her life. That one word changed everything! In Rejoicing through the Tears, Brenda George shares not only the story of her journey through surviving thyroid cancer but also some practical information that could be very helpful for anyone faced with a cancer diagnosis. We know that God does not heal everyone as He did Brenda, but what she shares in this book will give everyone the opportunity to know there is hope and there will be victory if you put your faith and strength in our Lord, Jesus. Everyone knows someone that has been affected by the diagnosis of cancer; if not personally then a family member, friend, or friend of a friend. This book can only help. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Brenda George is an author, a thyroid cancer survivor, and a speaker for The American Cancer Society as a "Voice of Hope." She has also spoken at other events, including Aglow International. She is passionate about raising awareness and reaching out to others to inspire people from all walks of life to never give up hope! She is enthusiastic about life and teaches others that they can not only survive, but thrive. Whatever challenges they may be facing, they will learn to embrace the hand of a loving God ― He will turn their mourning into dancing. Brenda resides in
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Marysville, OH, September 16, 2016 – We've all heard the words "it's cancer" at one time or another, either personally or for a loved one, family member or friend. Where do you turn, what do you say? The words in Rejoicing Through the Tears: Embracing God's Hand in Cancer by Brenda George (published by WestBow Press) has been comforting cancer victims and their families for five years! For Brenda George, life was good. She was having the time of her life. She and her husband were planning their daughter's wedding, buying a new sports car, and planning a much-needed vacation; things couldn't have been better . . . until cancer rudely invaded her life. That one word changed everything! In Rejoicing through the Tears, Brenda George shares not only the story of her journey through surviving thyroid cancer but also some practical information that could be very helpful for anyone faced with a cancer diagnosis. We know that God does not heal everyone as He did Brenda, but what she shares in this book will give everyone the opportunity to know there is hope and there will be victory if you put your faith and strength in our Lord, Jesus. Everyone knows someone that has been affected by the diagnosis of cancer; if not personally then a family member, friend, or friend of a friend. This book can only help. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Brenda George is an author, a thyroid cancer survivor, and a speaker for The American Cancer Society as a "Voice of Hope." She has also spoken at other events, including Aglow International. She is passionate about raising awareness and reaching out to others to inspire people from all walks of life to never give up hope! She is enthusiastic about life and teaches others that they can not only survive, but thrive. Whatever challenges they may be facing, they will learn to embrace the hand of a loving God ― He will turn their mourning into dancing. Brenda resides in
Why Did She Jump?
Mother's Heart-Wrenching Story Of Loss That Offers Hope For Recovery And
Fort Lauderdale , FL , September 14, 2016 - A mother of five and grandmother to nine, married and divorced four times, and a clinical social worker in private practice for nearly forty years, Joan Childs thought she had experienced or seen it all. But nothing could have prepared her for the death of her beautiful daughter, Pam. A brilliant psychotherapist, Pam battled constantly with Bipolar Disorder until one fateful summer day in 1998 when her demons overwhelmed her and she plunged to her death from a 15th floor balcony. Even with their combined credentials and medical knowledge, Pam still could not be saved. She became the driving force behind Joan Childs' latest book, Why Did She Jump? (HCI Books), and brings hope to anyone struggling with grief from the loss of a child or loved one to mental illness, that there is hope for better tomorrows. Fierce and tender, Joan's compelling storytelling gives us an insightful yet sensitive look at her daughter's life dealing with Bipolar Disorder. Peeling back the layers of pain and despair, Joan takes readers through the dark days of grief and guilt she felt both as a mother and as a frustrated professional who doesn't understand why more hasn't been done about this disease. With brutal honesty, Joan recalls how the lives of her entire family became entwined with her daughter's illness as they watched her sink deeper into a place where no one could reach her. It is a powerful story of courage, hope, acceptance, and finally, forgiveness. Now, Joan reflects on her daughter's many accomplishments, in spite of her illness, and sees them as Pam's legacy to the world. In an earlier book, The Myth of the Maiden: On Being a Woman, the author looks at the evolution of women from helpless maidens to dragon-slayers. Both books are excellent resources for personal growth and development after life changes and loss. In spite of many personal losses, Joan 'walks the talk;' she lives life to its fullest and maintains a level of energy and passion at age 76 that would put a 40-year-old to shame! A strikingly beautiful woman and energetic and inspiring speaker, Joan ignites the passion in others to find their own path to courage, healing and hope after the heartbreak and struggle of losing a loved one/child to suicide or any other cause of death. Joan's television series, Solutions, was dedicated to the memory of her daughter Pamela, and offered information and resources for anyone suffering from mental and mood disorders. She provides lectures, workshops and seminars dedicated to her profession of mental health and women's issues and is a spokesperson for bipolar disorder and suicide. About the Author: Joan E. Childs, LCSW, has been in private practice since 1978. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in couples therapy, known as Encounter-Centered Couples Therapy. An expert in Codependency, Inner Child Work, Original Pain Work, and Second Stage Recovery, she is certified in many modalities including a master practitioner in NLP, (neuro-linguistic programming), a master practitioner in EMDR, (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), Supervision, Hypnosis, PAIRS, (Practical Applications for Intimate Relationship Skills), and is a Certified Grief Counselor. She was the first affiliate of the
Reimagining Women's Cancers
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–– Nan M. Laird, PhD, Harvey V. Fineberg, Professor of Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health Deerfield Beach, FL, September 7, 2016 – Cancer doesn't have to be a death sentence. The get-out-of-cancer-free card? Prevention through information. The recent World Cancer Report from the World Health Organization states that about half of all cancers are preventable and can be avoided if current medical knowledge is better delivered. From People magazine, with a readership of 43 million to Internet sites like JustJared.com with over 80 million monthly views, celebrity information not only sells, it has the ability to educate about important issues––including cancer. Whether readers are currently patients or consumers wanting to be better informed, Reimagining Women's Cancers exemplifies that information is empowering.
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