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2014/11/20 19:47
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Pincher Creek-born Matthew Halton has long been considered the voice of Canada at war. Here in town, a high school bears his name and students learn of his career that started at The Echo and would...
2014/11/20 19:47
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2014/11/20 02:58
2014/11/20 02:58
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Obama shakes hands with Cuba’s Raul Castro President Barack Obama shook hands with Cuban President Raul Castro on Tuesday as both leaders attended an emotional memorial for the late Nelson Mandela....
2014/11/19 21:42
2014/11/19 21:42
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... post is part of a series examining several common, cherished myths about management and leadership.] Nice people and humble people usually don’t make great leaders. They often make their...
2014/11/19 00:46
2014/11/19 00:46
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Picture the scene: David Cameron and Alex Salmond are bickering non-stop. One has the swagger that comes with a decisive majority, the other is in no mood to make the conscious uncoupling easy....
2014/11/13 14:58
2014/11/13 14:58
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Having missed a July deadline for reaching an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, the six world powers party to the talks � the United States, Russia, China, France, United Kingdom and...
2014/11/11 19:53
2014/11/11 19:53
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HE WAS the faithful butler who was always on hand to help his superhero boss Batman. But actor Alan Napier, who played well-spoken Alfred in the 1960s cult TV show, wasn’t always a Hollywood...
2014/11/10 19:58
2014/11/10 19:58
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Having missed a July deadline for reaching an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, the six world powers party to the talks � the United States, Russia, China, France, United Kingdom and...
2014/11/10 16:29
2014/11/10 16:29
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Do you like conspiracy theories? I have one or two for you. According to the word going round following an upsurge in the activities of Boko Haram in the last few weeks, President Goodluck Jonathan is...
2014/11/10 13:42
2014/11/10 13:42
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Monday’s historic but stilted handshake between China’s president, Xi Jinping, and the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, in Beijing could mark the beginning of a thawing in relations between the...
2014/11/07 12:51
2014/11/07 12:51
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Vladimir Putin claims Britain was to blame for Nazi march across Europe VLADIMIR Putin has suggested that Britain and France were to blame for the Nazi march across Europe. Vladimir Putin claimed...
2014/11/04 00:38
2014/11/04 00:38
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... favourite thing is the discarded engraved breastplate screwed into the front door, which has been used to cover up a hole," says Suzanne Carter from the Birmingham Conservation Trust. "You can see...
2014/11/03 19:09
2014/11/03 19:09
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A Tower of London Guard wanders through an art installation commemorating those who died in World War I. (Peter Nicholls/Reuters) The scale of World War I was unprecedented in several ways, including...
2014/11/01 14:33
2014/11/01 14:33
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In 2014, countries are still paying off debt from World War One The scale of World War One was unprecedented in several ways, including the cost to finance it. In fact, several of the countries...
2014/10/30 16:51
2014/10/30 16:51
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Why are we still kowtowing to EU, questions FREDERICK FORSYTH FIRST the outgoing boss of the EU Commission, the smarmy Senhor Barroso, comes over to lecture us on our duties. Britain has been dealt...
2014/10/29 19:47
2014/10/29 19:47
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Two years ago almost to the day I posted three parts of a six-part investigative poem, “Game of Drones: The Lord of the Drones and the White House Fly,” by Heathcote Williams. The fifth part, which I...
2014/10/29 07:05
2014/10/29 07:05
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Mary shares memories of her life as she celebrates 101st birthday Mary Biggs celebrates her 101st birthday with the other four generations of her family. From left, back, great granddaughter, Emily...
2014/10/22 23:37
2014/10/22 23:37
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The register provides the most comprehensive list of buildings, places of worship, industrial sites, monuments, archaeology, parks and gardens as well as protected wrecks and battlefields, which are...
2014/10/21 15:55
2014/10/21 15:55
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Protesters fill the streets of Hong Kong. Photo by Pasu Au Yeung, Creative Commons licensed. "The fact that you are allowed to stay alive already shows the country's inclusiveness." -- Zhang...
2014/10/21 13:29
2014/10/21 13:29
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EDWARD Gough Whitlam was a colossus of Australian politics whose brief but tumultuous prime ministership transformed the nation forever. Courageous moderniser, classical scholar, wicked wit,...
2014/10/20 08:55
2014/10/20 08:55
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Cartoon by Murray Dobbin. It's getting difficult to remember a time when the Canadian Parliament actually tried to make principled decisions regarding foreign policy and our place in the community of...
2014/11/20 19:47
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