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July 2010 Blog Posts (148)

Georgia claims it has world's oldest person, 130 By Misha Dzhindzhikhashvili, The Associated Press

: Thu Jul 8, 10:53 AM SACHIRE, Ga. - Authorities in the former Soviet republic of Georgia claim a woman from a remote mountain village turned 130 on Thursday, making her the oldest person on Earth.

Antisa Khvichava from western Georgia was born on July 8, 1880, said Georgiy Meurnishvili, spokesman for the civil…

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Demand justice for war crimes in Darfur

For more than 7 years now, alleged war criminals of Darfur have lived freely, while the innocent people in their paths have lived in fear.



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Active and sleeper cells of terrorists and criminals Downtown Ottawa, and in North America Part Seven



A Yemenite terrorist and criminal organization that works under the legends of nationalism, Socialism and Islamism . It acts and hides its action in the Islamic Establishments and the diplomatic lines of Yemen ,Turkey ,…

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Pakistan suicide attack kills 102

People search through the rubble of destroyed shops in Yakaghund. (Mohammad Ibqal/Associated Press)

CBC NEWS: July 10, 2010: The…

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BP robots work to install new oil cap

In this image taken from video provided by BP, the arm of a remotely operated vehicle works at the Deepwater Horizon oil spill site in the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday.…

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Mountie in custody after wife found dead

Police tape blocks off the home on Jefferson Road where an RCMP member's wife was found dead. (Andrea Huncar/CBC)

The Canadian Press:Last Updated: Saturday, July 10, 2010/ 2:06 PM MT: An RCMP…

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LSAT Test Preparation Instructor: CANADAS' UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

Position:

Oxford Seminars is searching for dynamic law students and recent graduates, who have proven their mastery of the LSAT, to deliver effective weekend test preparation courses on a part-time basis. Our ideal candidates are excited to help others succeed and are eager to impart their own experiences and knowledge of the LSAT through engaging classroom discussions.

To…

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Added by M.T. Al-Mansouri, Ph.D. on July 9, 2010 at 12:52pm — No Comments

Ex-Tory candidate named to Senate

Salma Ataullahjan emigrated from Pakistan in 1979 and is also an accomplished artist.

Salma Ataullahjan emigrated from Pakistan in 1979 and is also an accomplished artist

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has appointed Toronto-area realtor and former Conservative candidate Salma Ataullahjan to the Senate to fill a vacancy for Ontario.…

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ترجمة كتاب كيف ولماذا تمت فبركة ياسر عرفات؟ (1) / د. أفنان القاسم

إلى أولئك الذين ماتوا لا لشيء إلا للموت

إلى مايكل مور…

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Added by Prof. Afnan El Qasem on July 9, 2010 at 12:06pm — No Comments

David Johnston: Lawyer, academic, Canada's next GG

David Johnston, Canada's next governor general, is seen arriving in Ottawa. (Chris Wattie/Reuters)

David Johnston, a highly regarded academic and lawyer renowned for his keen intellect, has…

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Added by M.T. Al-Mansouri, Ph.D. on July 8, 2010 at 10:17pm — No Comments

Russian spies ordered deported

Russian spy suspects appear Thursday in Manhattan Federal Court, where they plead guilty to being unregistered foreign agents for Russia.
Russian spy suspects appear Thursday in Manhattan Federal Court, where they plead guilty to being unregistered foreign agents for Russia. (Christine Cornell/Reuters)…

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4 lessons from billionaire college entrepreneurs by Michael Deane



Tuesday, July 6, 2010
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There are more than enough college business…

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David Johnston Biography, the named Canada’s next Governor General



Prime Minister Stephen Harper today welcomed the appointment of David Johnston as the Governor General Designate. Mr. Johnston, a respected lawyer and academic, will assume his new duties as Governor General on October 1.



“Mr. Johnston has a strong record of public service, a broad base of support and an impressive list of achievements,” said Prime Minister Harper. “He…

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U.S., Russia spy swap in motion

Russian spy suspects, as seen from left to right in this courtroom sketch, are Vicky Pelaez, Richard Murphy, Cynthia Murphy and Juan Lazaro.

Russian spy suspects, as seen from left to right in this courtroom sketch, are Vicky Pelaez, Richard Murphy, Cynthia Murphy and Juan Lazaro. (Shirley Shepherd/Reuters)…

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Johnston named Canada's next governor general

David Johnston, Canada's governor general-designate, is shown meeting the Queen alongside Prime Minister Stephen Harper during a dinner held in her honour in Toronto on Monday. (Prime Minister's Office)


CBC NEWS: July 8, 2010: David Johnston, announced as Canada's next governor general on Thursday, is pledging to be a "stalwart defender" of…

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Sunscreen concerns raised by medical journal

An American study raises questions about two common ingredients in sunscreen.

An American study raises questions about two common ingredients in sunscreen. (iStock)

CBC NEWS: July 6, 2010: Two studies are creating confusion over the use of sunscreens, according to the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

One raises questions about their use, while the other suggests Canadians don't do enough to protect themselves…

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Added by M.T. Al-Mansouri, Ph.D. on July 7, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

No heat relief for Ontario, Quebec

Children cool off in a fountain on the site of the Montreal International Jazz Festival in Montreal on Tuesday. (Paul Chiasson/Canadian Press)

CBC NEWS JUly 7, 2010: Public health officials in parts of Ontario and Quebec are urging…

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The Queen visits Canada

Queen Elizabeth smiles as she greets guests before a state dinner in Toronto on July 5. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)



Tour included stops in Halifax, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg and Waterloo, Ont.



The 22nd official royal visit to Canada by Queen Elizabeth began June 28 and ended July 6. The Queen and Prince Philip visited…

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Missing girl, 4, found safe in Regina

Samantha Martyn, 4, was found safe in Regina on Wednesday morning, police said. (Regina Police Service)

A missing four-year-old girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert has been located in Regina, and her mother is receiving treatment for "visible injuries," police say.

July 7, 2010 CBC…

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