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Iran 'postpones' woman's execution
Iran is reported to have postponed the execution of Reyhaneh Jabbari, convicted of killing a man she said was trying to sexually abuse her.
An Iranian woman due to be put to death for killing a man she said was trying to sexually abuse her is reported to have had her execution postponed.
said on Monday that Reyhaneh Jabbari, 26, had been transferred to a prison
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Karadzic takes blame for Serb crimes
Radovan Karadzic sums up his defence saying he takes "moral responsibility" for crimes committed by Bosnian Serbs but denying he ordered killings.
Karadzic is closing his defence saying he takes "moral
responsibility" for crimes committed by Bosnian Serbs but denying he
ordered killings. The wartime Bosnian Serb leader set out his case in a
written brief before telling the UN tribunal there was not a shred of
evidence against him. He is accused in
Defiant HK protests on National Day
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More on the Hong Kong protests : Gracie: A mighty roar The Taiwan connection Culture clash with mainland? Media: 'Harming social order' Will national holiday swell numbers?Watch HK teens defy parents to protestWatch China 'will safeguard Hong Kong'Watch Simpson: China's power struggle in HKWatch Drone captures scale of demonstrationWatch Thousands more join 'the polite protest'Watch Umbrellas up as rain soaks protestersWatch Wet towels to calm tear gas effectsWatch Are protesters pushing their luck?Watch HK organiser calls for Beijing actionWatch Day in the life of HK protestersWatch Occupy Central - in 60 secondsWatch Other Top Stories - Armed man shared lift with Obama White House security plan 'failed' Secret Service struggles behind scenes White House intruder had ammo in car Shell kills four at Donetsk school First Ebola case diagnosed in the US Fresh strikes around key Syrian town Afghan troops killed in Kabul attack Kenya leader ICC delay rejected Japan volcano eruption deaths rise India train collision kills 12 Chile avalanche kills extreme skiers SA soap on hiatus after cast sacking Also in the News - Tom and Jerry carries racism warning New tool spreads through wild population of chimps More News from Around the World US & Canada Man charged over Oklahoma beheading California mayor shot at home Latin America Mexico charges troops with homicide Caver freed after 12-day ordeal Africa Congo ex-fighters 'starve in camp' Recalculation boosts Kenyan economy Asia Hong Kong protestsLive Obama and Modi call for 'new agenda' Europe Norway best country for older people UK's Lord Hill faces key EU job test Middle East Iran 'postpones' woman's execution Hostage's wife makes new mercy plea UK Body find sparks Alice murder probe Cameron delivers English votes vow
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Afghan troops killed in Kabul attack
least seven Afghan soldiers are killed in a suicide bomb attack targeting a
bus carrying troops in the capital,
Officials said the buses were carrying soldiers and officials from the Ministry of Defence
least seven Afghan soldiers have died and many were injured after a suicide
bomber targeted a bus carrying troops in the Afghan capital
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Hey did you hear? We have two new Saints from Quebec, no, it's not Lucien Bouchard or Jacques Parizeau nor René Lévesque or Robert Bourassa and definitely not Bernard Landry (above pictures are in order from left to right) but here check it out! Pope Francis elevates 2 Quebecers to sainthood Note: All are but a waste except for The Great Rene Levesque, he should have been sainted a long time ago by the Separatists as the real Quebecois who inspired equality for all. Later, more about these nationalists or separatists Quebecois political leaders.
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Conrad David Brillantes
Highlights from Bill 14 New sovereignist group calls for united front Quebec sovereignty needs rebranding, says former premier But, Who’s supporting Richard? Man charged in Quebec election shooting fit for trial PQ setting up campaign to promote sovereignty goals
A look at the nation beyond the headlines from BBC
One Square Mile of Canada
known as La Main - "The Main" - and it's the lifeblood of
What does it mean to be Canadian?
With Asian trade and support for the monarchy rising, what does Canadian identity mean now?
the Indians are trying to say, The French came as visitors and now they want
the country for themselves?” So
they say "over my dead body" before
Canada launches Arctic seabed quest
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tour was to only last one hour. While the other educator and I waited for
their arrival we decided we would not visit the Canadian galleries, since they
were in another pavilion at the other end of the museum. We would choose the
European Art collection to save time. They arrived twenty minutes late. My
group had three mothers with eight children between the ages of two months and
nine years old. Two Muslim mothers dressed in hijab and long over-... Quickly
it was decided, even though time was limited, that we had to go visit the
Canadian galleries. We showed the paintings, sculptures and objects from the
Inuit, First Nations along with the first settlers from
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Millions owed in child and spousal support money in Quebec Revenue Quebec JP Auclair, Quebec extreme skier, killed in avalanche More Headlines : Luka Magnotta trial: Police witnesses detail evidence collected Ex SNC-Lavalin exec Riadh Ben Aïssa's fate in hands of Swiss judges Luka Magnotta trial witness describes evidence found at apartment Pomerleau project manager charged in alleged Turcot contract scheme Premier Couillard to resurrect Plan Nord video Clint Uttley, Redmen coach, quits over McGill's Guimont-Mota stance 91-year-old waits several hours for ambulance Cyclist Mathilde Blais' death was avoidable, says coroner Eugenie Bouchard bounced from China Open Bloc's drop in Quebec a big chance for NDP and Liberals, polls suggest Motorcycle rider dies after crash into terrasse on St-Denis
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JTS Seeds of Innovation Project
to The Montreal Tribune - September 2014, New York, NY The Jewish
Theological Seminary (JTS) has announced the launch of the JTS Seeds of
Innovation Project, a program that will provide seed funding for
groundbreaking new initiatives developed by JTS alumni. This program will
support ideas that benefit the larger Jewish community through empowering
organizations and projects launched by JTS alumni to maximize fresh and
innovative Jewish engagement. Seven Wells, an initiative founded by Rabbi
Jessica Minnen (a 2013 alumna of The Rabbinical School of JTS), is the first
JTS Innovation Project, as recipients of the award are called. Seven Wells
invites young adults in their 20s and 30s to explore intimacy, relationships,
and sexuality through a Jewish framework. Seven Wells combines text study,
personal reflection, group activities, and moderated discussion to create an
intellectually rigorous and spiritually resonant space for young adults to
question who they are and what they want—and don't want—from
relationships. "JTS is pleased to make available up to $20,000 per
project in multiyear grants to innovative programs led by JTS graduates for
the purpose of creating, nurturing, educating, or inspiring communities or
individuals based upon the principles and ideals of Conservative
Judaism," says JTS Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer
Marc Gary. The JTS Seeds of Innovation Project will provide recipients with
additional support such as publicity, space needs, strategy, and legal
assistance. Recipients are determined by a selection committee, which includes
JTS alumni, chaired by the executive vice chancellor. Eligible programs may be
synagogue-based, organization-based, or independent; must be intended to have
an impact on the Jewish community; and have clear-cut leadership and goals. To
find out how to submit a project for consideration, visit www.jtsa.edu/seedsofinnovation
or contact (212) 678-8950. The deadline for submission for 2014–2015 grants
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France to shrink deficit by 2017
The French government says it will reduce its budget deficit to below the EU threshold of 3% of GDP by 2017, two years later than promised.
The French government has said it will reduce its budget deficit to below the EU threshold of 3% of GDP by 2017, two years later than promised.
new forecast indicates the public deficit will fall to 4.3% next year, but to
2.8% by 2017. It was released as Finance Minister Michel Sapin prepared to
present his annual budget to cabinet. Mr Sapin said growth would remain weak,
projecting that the economy would only grow very slightly this year. "We
have taken the decision to adapt the pace of deficit reduction to the economic
situation of the country," he told a news conference. "Our economic
policy is not changing, but the deficit will be reduced more slowly than
planned because of economic circumstances - very weak growth and very weak
inflation." The French government is hoping to boost growth by cutting
taxes, although this will have to be financed by further spending reductions.
France set to miss deficit
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Asian stocks retreat on HK
protests Asian stocks suffer their fourth consecutive day of
losses as political protests in
Viewpoint - Three Myths about Competition in the Canadian Wireless Sector
There are several myths going around regarding the state of competition in the Canadian wireless sector. According to critics, the lack of competition compared to other industrialized countries means that Canadians are among those who pay the most for their services ‒ services, moreover, that are of poor quality. The MEI recently delved into this subject in some detail. As a new round of CRTC hearings begins, during which wholesale roaming fees will be debated, we are revisiting the matter briefly in order to contribute to a more balanced debate. by Martin Masse and Paul Beaudry
In the media
over proposed Champlain Bridge toll is unwarranted: Op-ed on the debate
over a proposed toll on the
Mobilicity feeling the pain of government micromanagement on the fly: Op-ed on the government's micromanagement of the Canadian telecommunications sector by Michel Kelly-Gagnon, President and CEO of the MEI (published on September 18 in the Financial Post).
Don't Believe the Alarmist Talk about Forests: Op-ed on the impact of logging on the future of our forests and the survival of the woodland caribou by Michel Kelly-Gagnon, President and CEO of the MEI (published on September 16 in the Huffington Post).
Without Big Pharma, Many Useful Drugs Wouldn't Exist: Op-ed on the respective contribution of the public and private sectors in the development of new drugs by Yanick Labrie, Economist at the MEI (published on September 5 in the Huffington Post).
> Columns by Michel Kelly-Gagnon > Other Op-eds > TV interviews > Radio interviews > The MEI's media impact
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Where do fairy tales come from?
Everyone knows them – but how do they come to be? And why are they similar all over the world? In an excerpt from her new book, academic and writer Marina Warner investigates.
Everyone knows them – but how do they come to be? And why are they similar all over the world? In an excerpt from her new book, academic and writer Marina Warner investigates.
the history of fairy tales as a map: unfurl this imaginary terrain in your
mind’s eye, and you will first see two prominent landmarks, Charles
Perrault’s Tales of Olden Times (1697) and a little nearer in the
foreground, the Grimm Brothers’ Children’s and Household Tales
(1812–57). These collections dominate their surroundings so imposingly that
they make it hard to pick out other features near or far. Gradually, however,
as your eyes adjust to the dazzle, several more features of the scene begin to
grow in definition and give you better bearings: along a whole web of routes
from points further east, The Tales of the Thousand and One Nights form deep
aquifers of story running through the entire expanse, and emerging here and
there in waterfalls and powerful rivers spreading through wide floodplains.
Harbours and market-places and pilgrimage sites –
to The Montreal Tribune - Monday, September 2014 - Singer,
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Redgrave to star in The Go-Between
Actress Vanessa Redgrave is to star in a BBC adaptation of period drama The Go-Between.
Vanessa Redgrave was recently at the Toronto Film Festival promoting the film Foxcatcher
Actress Vanessa Redgrave is to star in a BBC adaptation of period drama The Go-Between. The 77-year-old actress will play an older version of the character Marian in the story made famous in a film starring Julie Christie and Alan Bates. Her father Michael Redgrave appeared in the movie, which was released in 1971, as an older Leo Colston. Jim Broadbent, who had a minor role in the big screen version, has been cast in the BBC One drama as Leo. The Go-Between will be screened next year as part of a season of new adaptations of literary classics from the 20th Century. It was a novel written in 1953 by LP Hartley and chronicles an Edwardian teenager becoming embroiled as a go-between in the secret relationship between Marian and a local farmer named Ted Burgess. Adrian Hodges, who has written the screenplay for the new TV drama, said it was "thrilling" that Redgrave and Broadbent have such a "strong connection with [director] Joseph Losey's well-loved film version from the 1970s". BBC scraps Radio 4 Extra kids show DJ Travis sentence to be reviewed
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Norway best country for older people
Norway is the best place to be old, according to an index of the quality of later life in published on the UN's International Day of Older Persons.
Norway is the best place to grow old, according to an index of the quality of later life in 96 countries.
International's Global AgeWatch Index measures the social and economic welfare
of those over 60. Published on the UN International Day of Older Persons, it
Montreal Heart Institute hits milestone with new surgical technique (VIDEO) Vitamin E 'beneficial' in dementia New genetic clues for arthritis Youth-drug can 'reverse' ageing Global cancer cases reach 14 million Pakistan polio attacks - three dead Blast targets polio workersWatch The price of polio prevention Polio workers speak out
antibodies 'may target breast cancer'
Sperm test hope for infertile men
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have recovered, brain scans show. And,
Frederick Sanger, the
British biochemist who twice won the Nobel Prize, has died at the age of 95.
His work was
'outstanding' Autism detectable 'in first months'
HIV antibodies 'have potent impact'
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Forger jailed for bogus paintings Munch's The Scream sold for $120 million
Germany to release confiscated art - Owner gives up on 'Chagall' painting Stolen Rembrandt found 15 years on
17th Century painting by Dutch master Rembrandt is recovered in
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