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Ottawa Police said in a statement its collision investigation unit was on scene and is investigating. The bus was westbound for Kanata, a more distant Ottawa suburb, Watson said. Two of the victims were passengers on the bus. Ontario's Ministry of Transportation and Transport Canada remain involved in the investigation, he added.
  • North Korea's Kim Jong-un Reportedly Leaves Beijing by Personal Train

    North Korea's Kim Jong-un Reportedly Leaves Beijing by Personal Train

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    Wednesday, following the luncheon. US President Donald Trump , who often comments on diplomatic issues and his accomplishments via Twitter, had not mentioned the summit between Kim and Xi as of Wednesday. His approval rating hit stratospheric levels during the first set of summits past year between himself and Kim, and later between the North Korean and USA leaders in Singapore.
  • Manafort Reportedly Passed Trump Campaign Data To Russian Oligarch

    Manafort Reportedly Passed Trump Campaign Data To Russian Oligarch

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    Manafort's mind during the period at issue and it is not surprising at all that Mr. Manafort was unable to recall specific details prior to having his recollection refreshed", they write. "While his physical safety is of primary concern, it is important to note that the conditions of Mr. Manafort's confinement have taken a toll on his physical and mental health", the document said.
  • Suspicious packages sent to embassies in Australia

    Suspicious packages sent to embassies in Australia

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    Emergency services raced to a string of diplomatic facilities which had received packages containing suspected hazardous material, all within the space of a few hours. On the Emergency Victoria website, there have been more than 13 "hazardous material" alerts listed since 2pm. Staff were evacuated from the Consulate as a precautionary measure.
  • Citizenship Bill excludes Muslims in India

    Citizenship Bill excludes Muslims in India

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    The Lok Sabha on Tuesday passed the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill amid a walkout by several Opposition parties, including the Congress and Trinamool Congress. Later, Bora told a television channel, "We felt betrayed at the BJP's attitude towards the bill as when we entered into the alliance, we were convinced Prime Minister Narendra Modi was committed to resolve the issue of illegal migrants.We never dreamt that the BJP could do this to the people of Assam".
  • Fearing Congo violence, US deploys small military force to Gabon

    Fearing Congo violence, US deploys small military force to Gabon

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    The electoral commission's statements on Friday were in a letter to the church and were confirmed to The Associated Press by the commission's president, Corneille Nangaa. On Friday, US President Donald Trump announced he had ordered the US military to deploy soldiers to Gabon, one of nine countries which border the DRC, to protect US citizens and diplomatic facilities should violence break out.
  • U.S. warns citizens of arbitrary action in China

    U.S. warns citizens of arbitrary action in China

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    There are approximately 200 Canadians overall who have been detained in China for a variety of alleged infractions and continue to face ongoing legal proceedings, and the number has remained relatively stable in recent years. Those comments don't offer any new information for Kovrig's distressed family and friends, who still don't know why or for how long he's being detained, said Robert Malley, president of the Crisis Group.
  • Trump Tweets That Democrats Want to Impeach Him For Being 'Too Successful'

    Trump Tweets That Democrats Want to Impeach Him For Being 'Too Successful'

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    Republicans have bridled at Ms Tlaib's comments, using them to portray Democrats as seeking politically-motivated retribution against Mr Trump rather than common ground. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said he doesn't think "comments like these particularly help". "Bullies don't win, ' and I said, 'Baby, they don't"- because we're gonna go in and impeach the motherf - - - er".
  • Warren's debut trip to Iowa ignites voter passion

    Warren's debut trip to Iowa ignites voter passion

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    Watch the Senator's comments above. But President Trump is already making an effort to ensure the lingering questions over her claims of Native American heritage - and her attempt to substantiate them - will follow her to the first caucus state.
  • RNC Chair Slams Uncle Mitt Romney for Trump Attacks

    RNC Chair Slams Uncle Mitt Romney for Trump Attacks

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    Trump himself was also quick to hit back at Romney Wednesday morning. When CNN host Jake Tapper pressed Romney on how he would handle the government shutdown, the senator-elect said he would push for funding a border wall in addition to other security measures.
  • Garbage, faeces take toll on U.S. national parks amid shutdown

    Garbage, faeces take toll on U.S. national parks amid shutdown

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    Many national parks remain open but with skeleton staffs. Signs at Joshua Tree informed campers this week that the grounds would close "for the safety of visitors and park resources" due to a "lapse in federal appropriations". But David Lamfrom, director of the California Desert and National Wildlife programs of the National Parks Conservation Association , told CNN that overwhelming amounts of poop isn't the only concern.
  • Trump will bring troops home from Syria 'slowly'

    Trump will bring troops home from Syria 'slowly'

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    President Donald Trump on Monday attacked former military leaders who have criticized his assorted foreign policy moves as "failed generals". "I think we're slowing things down in a smart way", he told reporters. Islamic State, or ISIS, is "mostly gone", he said , and the U.S. is slowly pulling out, "while at the same time fighting ISIS remnants". On Sunday, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who had expressed concern about Trump's pullout, emerged from a two-hour lunch meeting with the ...