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    Parliament Hill attack: 1 gunman dead after soldier shot at National War Memorial

    UPDATED Shooter still believed at large in downtown Ottawa. Police searching cars leaving Ottawa trying to go to Quebec. Report of additional shot fired near Chateau Laurier hotel, east of Parliament Hill. Police going door to door on Sparks Street; downtown schools in lockdown. All three main party leaders, Harper, Mulcair and Trudeau, reported safe.

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    Gohmert Predicts US Will ‘Bring People In’ FROM From Ebola Hot Zone

    Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) predicted we will learn that President Barack Obama had “cut a deal” with leaders in Africa to “bring people in” from areas in the region impacted by the Ebola virus after the election on Monday’s “Sean Hannity Show.” “I can’t help but believe, just based on the way we’ve got all

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    Chinese peacekeepers at the Ebola frontlines

    A 140-member contingent of Chinese peacekeepers in Liberia are helping in the battle against the deadly Ebola virus currently ravaging the West African country. “Ebola is one of the most difficult challenges that Liberia has faced since the 2003 civil war, so the local government is going through a very tough time,” said deputy contingent

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    Hamas-sponsor Qatar Eyeing UN Control

    Qatar, a key provider of funds to terrorist groups including Hamas, has its sights set on control of the United Nations (UN) as UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon is poised to step down in 2016 after his second five-year term. The gas-rich Gulf state’s Emir said he would back former Qatar Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad

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    Sweden May Use Military Force Against Alleged Submarine: Armed Forces Chief

    Sweden may resort to the use of force against the alleged foreign submarine in the Stockholm archipelago, Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces Sverker Goranson said on Tuesday. “If someone is in Swedish internal waters. . . I find it entirely appropriate to also use military force,” Goranson is quoted as saying by the Svenska

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    Saudis sound alarm on Obama ‘caving’ to Iran

    The U.S. and Western powers currently negotiating with Iran on its nuclear capability are willing to reach an agreement with Tehran at any price, warns a paper prepared by Saudi Arabia’s intelligence organizations. The document, the contents of which were obtained by WND, was presented by the Saudis this week to all members of the

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    Was hit-and-run of two Canadian soldiers an act of terrorism?

    Within hours of two soldiers being mowed down by a driver in Quebec, the incident was characterized as a possible “terrorist attack” by a Conservative backbencher. On Tuesday, the federal public safety minister doubled down saying the incident was “clearly linked to terrorist ideology.” But the threshold for when an act of violence crosses into

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    Security of military personnel at home top of mind following hit-and-run

    Canadian Forces members are being told to “remain vigilant” after a 53-year-old soldier was killed in a hit-and-run near Montreal this week, highlighting fears military personnel could become targets here at home. But while some say security concerns and the need to introduce measures to protect Canadian military personnel represent the new reality of war,

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    Debate Crowd Laughs As Democratic Senator Dodges Question On Support For Obama

    At a time when being seen as too close to President Barack Obama is a political liability, Democratic candidates are rushing to distance themselves from the man. But two things are standing in their way – their voting records and the president himself. “We’ve got a tough map. A lot of the states that are

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    Parents of teens headed to join Islamic State reported $2,000 missing

    Three teen girls from Arapahoe County told their parents they were on their way to school Friday morning, but within hours they were flying overseas apparently seeking to join Islamic State fighters, officials said Tuesday. The girls, two of them sisters of Somali descent and another of Sudanese descent, were stopped at an airport in

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