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Mayor of Montreal arrested
A spokeswoman for Quebec's anti-corruption unit says Montreal Mayor Michael Applebaum has been arrested.
Danish mothers hold public breastfeeding protest
Hundreds of Danish mothers have held a breastfeeding protest outside Copenhagen's City Hall after customers at a cafe told a woman suckling her baby in public that it was disgusting
Outgoing ambassador calls Keystone very important
U.S. Ambassador to Canada says the Obama administration knows how important the controversial Keystone XL pipeline is to Canada
Canada to provide $98.4 million in aid to Jordan
Canada has pledged an additional $98.4 million to Jordan to help the Arab country cope with the costly fallout from the worsening crisis next door in Syria
Israel picks team to build high-speed web network
An Israeli committee has chosen a consortium led by Swedish company ViaEuropa to build a nationwide high-speed broadband network, which is expected to provide connections up to one gigabyte.
US-North Korea talks must include nuke issues, UN says
A U.N. spokesman on Monday said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon believes any dialogue between the United States and North Korea should focus on the goal of de-nuclearizing the Korean peninsula.
Venezuelan president seeks canonization for doctor
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has asked Pope Francis to canonize a doctor, who tended to the poor in Caracas and is considered a saint already by many Venezuelans.
US intelligence helped foil terror plot, German leader says
Germany's chancellor said Monday that U.S. intelligence was crucial in foiling a large-scale terror plot, and acknowledged that her country is "dependent" on cooperating with American spy services.
Allies of Iran's outgoing president suffer clear rejection
Allies of outgoing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have suffered a resounding defeat in local council elections, a clear rejection at the end of his term.
Independent-minded Kurds fight for place in Syria civil war
Taking advantage of the chaos of the civil war, Syria's Kurdish minority has carved out a degree of independence in their areas -- creating their own police, their own license plates, and boldly going public with their culture.
Syria president says Europe 'will pay' if it arms rebels
Trial of Libyan Gadhafi's son scheduled for August
Yemen protesters demand Gitmo detainees release
Obama, Putin discuss their differences on Syria
G-8 summit begins with focus on trade, Syria
Hamas urges former ally Hezbollah to leave Syria
Airport to Mount Everest presents a risky flight
Anger in southern Egypt over Islamist governor
Kenya police kill two men labeled as terror suspects
Chinese supercomputer named as world's fastest
3 deadly bombing attacks in Iraq
US First Lady urges youth to shape Nor. Ireland future
9/11 accused due back in court at Guantanamo
In Israel, Streisand slams treatment of women
Egypt seen to give nod toward jihadis on Syria
Israeli and Palestinian finance ministers meet
Small protest in front of Rio's Maracana stadium
Czech prime minister says he will resign
Report: UK spies hacked foreign diplomats
G-8 leaders to mull Syria, tax evasion, free trade
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