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Australian PM Abbott and his wife attend a national memorial service for the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 at St Patrick's Cathedral in Melbourne

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Malaysia Airlines MH17 Australian Passenger Wearing Oxygen Mask Raises Questions Of Actual Events

A Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 passenger was found with an oxygen mask around his neck. Dutch forensic authorities identified the victim as from Australia.

A page from a PowerPoint presentation entitled "Environment Canada and the Oil Sands" - obtained by Reuters under access to information laws - which outlines Canadian concerns about its international image because of oil sands, is seen in this p

Canada Will Not Meet 2020 Carbon Emissions Target – Audit Report

Canada will fail to meet its 2020 commitment of reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

An excavator works on debris of houses to search for bodies of victims at the quake zone in Ludian county, Zhaotong, Yunnan province, August 5, 2014. An earthquake in China on the weekend triggered landslides that have blocked rivers and created rapidly g

6.0 Magnitude Quake Kills One in China, Injures 300, Displaces Hundreds

A magnitude 6.0 earthquake has killed one in China, while injuring 300 others and displacing hundreds.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Musical Ride Demonstrating Their Charge

80 Canadians Under Police Radar, Suspected ISIS Fighters

At least 80 persons in Canada are being monitored by the police for suspected terrorist linkages with the ISIS.

A ferry and recreational boats pass in front of the Sydney Opera House September 28, 2014. Local media reported that the Sydney Opera House Trust has been awarded an AUD$225,000 ($200,000) grant by the U.S. philanthropic organisation, the Getty Foundation

OECD Names Australia Best Country; Canberra Best City To Live In

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) named of Wednesday Australia as the best country to live in and its capital, Canberra, the best city where to reside.

A U.S. Border Patrol surveillance tower looms over a border fence at a camp of "Patriots" near the U.S. - Mexico border outside Brownsville, Texas September 2, 2014. The "Patriots" are a heavily armed group who patrol the U.S. border w

ISIS Fighters Already Entering US Via Mexican Border in Texas, At Least 10 Already Caught

Ten members of the ISIS have been caught trying to sneak into the U.S. via the Mexican border in Texas.

An Islamic State In Iraq And The Levant (ISIL) Member Waves An ISIL Flag In Raqqa

ISIS Issues 'Non-negotiable' Journalists' Creed, Must Swear Allegiance or Otherwise Die

The ISIS has released a list of rules that local journalists in Syria must follow as it legitimises its caliphate state.

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde delivers opening remarks at the inaugural Michel Camdessus Central Banking Lecture in Washington July 2, 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)

Australia Expected to Have Second Worst Unemployment Rate in Coming Years Ahead of Philippines

The IMF has released its latest world economic outlook report. Australia was revealed as having the second worst jobless rate in the Asia-Pacific region ahead of the Philippines.

Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper stands to vote in favour of a government motion to participate in U.S.-led air strikes against Islamic State militants operating in Iraq, in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa October 7, 2014. The

Canada Officially Goes to War vs ISIS, House of Commons Greenlights Airstrikes

Canada officially joins the U.S.-led coalition in its fight against ISIS.

A black flag belonging to the Islamic State is seen near the Syrian town of Kobani, as pictured from the Turkish-Syrian border near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province, October 6, 2014. A black flag belonging to Islamic State was visible

The Fall of Kobani on ISIS Hands, Blame Being Put on Turkey

The fall of Kobani into the ISIS hands is partly the fault of Turkey.

A Canada Post employee delivers mail in Ottawa December 11, 2013. Canada's postal service will phase out urban home delivery within five years and hike the cost of postage stamps to try to stem soaring losses, the post office said on Wednesday. REUTE

Winnipeg Company To Thread On Void Left By Canada Post

A Winnipeg company, You Have Mail, will attempt to fill in the void that's going to be left blank by Canada Post.

Vegetables are displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica, California

New Zealand Food Poisoning Bug Blamed on Carrots and Lettuce, Over 100 People Affected

A painful food poisoning outbreak has spread in New Zealand due to contaminated carrots and lettuce. More than 100 cases have been reported across the country with 38 still in the hospital.

Passers-by with umbrellas struggle against strong winds and heavy rain caused by Typhoon Phanfone, in Tokyo October 6, 2014. Hundreds of flights were canceled and thousands of people advised to evacuate as a powerful typhoon lashed Japan on Monday with he

Category 5 Super Typhoon VongFong Now 2014’s Strongest; Eyes Japan

Japan's being advised to brace for Category 5 super typhoon VongFong, dubbed 2014's strongest cyclone.

Customers Wait Their Turn To Be Served At The Air Canada's Office In Caracas

Air Canada, Pilots' Group Forge New Tentative 10-Year Contract, Shares Soar

Air Canada will be having a 10-year labour contract with its pilots, pending ratification of the latter.

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during the Canada2020 conference in Ottawa October 6, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

Hillary Clinton on ISIS: Military Action Critical But Not Enough to Stun Growth of Radical Group

The growth of the ISIS could be stunned if something is done with their social media propaganda campaigns, according to former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton.

A pregnant woman suspected of contracting Ebola is lifted by stretcher into an ambulance in Freetown, Sierra Leone September 19, 2014 in a handout photo provided by UNICEF. Sierra Leone's army has "sealed off" the borders with Liberia and G

Ebola Update: Canada Deploys 2nd Mobile Lab, More Scientists To Sierra Leone; Sends Military Jet Carrying Protective Medical Equipment

Canada has sent out a second mobile lab team to Ebola-stricken nation Sierra Leone.

A Pair Of U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles Fly Over Northern Iraq After Conducting Airstrikes In Syria

No Tax Increase With Australia’s Mission In Iraq—PM Abbott Says

Prime Minister Tony Abbott rules out tax increase on Australia’s airstrikes in Iraq.

Turkish soldiers take position as they clash with Turkish Kurdish protesters near the Mursitpinar border crossing on the Turkish-Syrian border in the Turkish town of Suruc in southeastern Sanliurfa province October 4, 2014. Turkish security forces broke u

ISIS Annihilation: Airstrikes Not Enough, Boots On Ground Needed; U.S. Military Spending For Operations Already at $1.1B for 3 Months

Airstrikes against ISIS hardly softening their stand.


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Turkish Army Tanks On The Turkish-Syrian Border Near Suruc, Sanliurfa Province

Kurdish Female Soldier and Mother of 2 Arin Mirkan Willingly Volunteers to Become Suicide Bomber, Kills at least 27 ISIS Fighters

Arin Mirkan willingly blew herself up for the Kurds and for Kobani as fighting escalated against the ISIS.

A garbage collector pulls his cart at a shantytown in Buenos Aires May 3, 2014

Recession 2014 Watch: Jobs In The U.S. Grow But Europe Concerns Remain

Some indicators from the U.S point to some resilience in the economy but the possibility of a global recession remains.