Quebec

By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 20th, 2012
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Eyob Ghebreziabhier What will be Eritrea after dictatorship or recycled colonialism? I have a vision that hzbawi baytotat1 ሕዝባዊ ባይቶታት (sing. ባይቶ) will rise above the ashes of their past. And the Eritrean villages will go away from being Axumite kingdom villages by starting to stop living without elec...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 8th, 2012
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Kigali – Rwanda urged Canada on Saturday to ensure the deportation of a Rwandan refugee accused of inciting genocide, and ignore his lawyer’s attempt to continue a 17-year legal battle to quash his expulsion. Leon Mugesera, now in his late 50s, is infamous for a speech he gave in Rwanda i...
By benim
In Morocco
Jul 22nd, 2011
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At least 14 people were killed and 39 others were wounded Thursday morning when two vehicles collided in south Morocco, state news agency MAP reported. Of the 39 injured, nine were in serious conditions. The MAP said the accident occurred in the road linking Tinghir to Quarzazate in southwest Morocco...
By benim
In Europe
Feb 20th, 2011
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Prince William and Kate Middleton have invited 1900 guests to their wedding in April, palace officials said on Sunday, filling Westminster Abbey with a vast array of royals, diplomats, family and friends. Gilded invitations issued in the name of Queen Elizabeth II were sent out by post on Wednesday a...
By benim
In Canada
Jan 15th, 2011
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper has mounted an aggressive, campaign-style defence of his government’s multibillion-dollar F-35 fighter jet purchase in the heart of Quebec’s aerospace industry. In separate addresses to employees and executives on Friday at aerospace facilities in the electio...
By benim
In Canada
Jan 7th, 2011
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Some 22,000 jobs were added in December, keeping the unemployment rate for the second consecutive month at 7.6 percent — the lowest level since January 2009, the national statistics institute said Friday. It was a slightly rosier outcome than analysts’ expectations of a 7.7 percent unempl...
By benim
In Canada
Nov 1st, 2010
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If we spent more on health care, would we be healthier? That’s not a conclusion that leaps out at me after going through the annual report on health spending in Canada published by the Canadian Institute for Health Information. The report shows that, despite all our hand-wringing about the cost of he...
By benim
In Canada
Oct 17th, 2010
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In an elaborate ceremony under a beautiful autumn sky in Italy, a humble Quebec cleric was recognized as a saint. The Roman Catholic Church canonized Brother Andre on Sunday in St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City, the first Canadian to be named a saint in 20 years. In his homily, Pope Benedict h...