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    Police are seeking an arson suspect a fire at the closed Lido Theatre in The Pas was set ablaze.

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    A prominent speaker coming to Winnipeg has told his followers paedophiles and murderers who never miss a prayer are better than people who only miss one.

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    Why Reporters Won’t Talk About This Gaza Bunker JULY 29, 2014 That a major bunker is under this hospital is one of Gaza’s worst-kept secrets. The locals know it — and Israel knows it because the hospital was built more than 20 years before Hamas took it over. So why aren’t reporters in Gaza ferreting…

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    Outrage Over ‘Baby Bomber’ Pic JUNE 28, 2002 / 12:44 PM EDT / AP A photo of a Palestinian baby dressed as a suicide bomber with ammo belts and explosives strapped to its body and a Hamas headband is real according to a relative of the child. The British television network Sky News interviewed a man…

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    Mormon women beg group to redesign sacred undergarments, insisting it’s giving them UTIs DAILYMAIL.COM PUBLISHED: 15:04 EST, 22 July 2021 | UPDATED: 15:31 EST, 22 July 2021 A growing number of Mormon women are pleading with the organization known as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to redesign the official sacred underwear that all practising Mormons wear…

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    CRA audit Muslim charity called “Islamophobic” & tried to stop alleges employees of group part of a “Hamas support network.” The CRA cited the “troubling” allegation as one reason for grounds to revoke its charity status. The audit document details concerns about the federally-funded Muslim Association of Canada (MAC).

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    #Hamas: The Islamist Group Cracks Down On Social Media Activists March 17, 2016 • 5:01 AM ET By Emily Harris For Ayman Al-Aloul, the first night in prison was the worst. “I was cold. I was sick,” the now-free head of Al Arab Now news agency, said in an interview in his Gaza City office. “I…

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    Several thousand people briefly took to the streets across the Gaza Strip on Sunday to protest chronic power outages and difficult living conditions, providing a rare public show of discontent with the territory’s Hamas government.

  • PROVINCETOWN — At a little before 8 a.m. Friday, veteran lobster diver Michael Packard entered the water for his second dive of the day. His vessel, the “Ja’n J,” was off Herring Cove Beach and surrounded by a fleet of boats catching striped bass. The water temperature was a balmy 60 degrees and the visibility…

  • Police locate suspicious St. James vehicle UPDATE: Winnipeg police say they’ve found a suspicious vehicle empty after it was seen along St. James Street on Tuesday afternoon. Police say they were notified of a female passenger of a silver Volkswagen Tiguan parked in a lot near Polo Park who may have been in distress. The…