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Slovenians start voting in snap polls unlikely to end turmoil
Slovenians voted on Sunday in snap elections with a political novice favoured to win but unlikely to restore stability in the crisis-hit eurozone country.
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Iraq MPs fail again as militants gain ground
Iraq's fractious parliament met on Sunday and again failed to make any progress toward forming a new government, as militants gained ground north of Baghdad in a renewed drive.
10 hrs ago
Spot on Guan Eng! 'Semporna shootout like shoe thrown at Najib'
The fatal shootout off Semporna last night showed how little regard militants have for Malaysian premier Najib Abdul Razak, said Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng.
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The Toronto Star
How televised election debates are rigged to fail: Cohn
Ontario's Premier Kathleen Wynne, centre, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, left, and Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak take part in the Ontario provincial leaders debate in Toronto last month.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Baghdad attack targets brothels
'THIS is the fate of any prostitution' reads a message scrawled on the wall of one of two brothels raided by gunmen in Baghdad overnight, leaving 29 dead - mostly women.
Coyne: 147 years on, economic union still a dream
Unveiling the western premiers' groundbreaking initiative for a "Canada Free Trade Zone," Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall was momentarily overcome by a sense of national vision.
Saskatchewan premier says Senate 'atrophy is not a bad end game'
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says he wouldn't be upset if Prime Minister Stephen Harper simply stopped appointing senators and let the Senate 'atrophy.'
Globe and Mail
Ontario Conservatives lay groundwork in race to replace Hudak
Patrick Brown has a website telling Ontario Progressive Conservatives why they should elect him their leader.
Worcestershire MP tipped for David Cameron's Cabinet in reshuffle
The Prime Minister is planning a reshuffle of his top table and West Worcestershire MP Harriett Baldwin is believed to be among the names lined up for it.
Tories draw fire over $560,000 annual compensation for Asian envoy Gary Mar
Taxpayers forked out $560,000 to failed PC leadership candidate Gary Mar to serve as Alberta's representative in Asia last year, according to newly-released documents.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Globe and Mail
No new money for doctors, new Ontario health minister says
Ontario physicians will not be spared from the Premier's edict of no new money for public sector workers, says the province's new health minister, a family doctor now charged with improving patient care while keeping a lid on costs.
Flood costs province $200 million so far
Premier Greg Selinger and MP Candace Bergen thank Brig.-Gen. Christian Juneau and the Canadian Forces for their assistance with the floods.
Premier Greg Selinger thanks military as troops pull out of Manitoba flood zone
With the flood threat dropping across much of southern Manitoba Friday, the military began to pull out of the region and government officials started tallying up the damage from a week of surging water.
Nova News Now
McNeil: Nova Scotia Power's response to Arthur 'unacceptable'
Premier Stephen McNeil, along with ministers Andrew Younger, left, and Mark Furey held a press conference in Middleton to discuss Nova Scotia Power's response to the post-Arthur power outages.
Military pulls out as Manitoba flooding worry eases
A convoy of military vehicles left the Southport area of Portage la Prairie on Friday, a day after Manitoba's Emergency Measures Minister Steve Ashton repeatedly thanked them during a flood update.
The Daily Star
Iraq fights assault as Baghdad-Kurd row escalates
RAMADI: Iraqi forces battled a militant attack on the key city of Ramadi Friday while Baghdad accused the Kurds of seizing oil fields, further dashing hopes politicians could unite to save Iraq from break-up.
Braid: Tories feel heat over bid to drop Wild Rose Country slogan from licence plates
A pair of polls show nearly three-quarters of Albertans want the slogan Wild Rose Country to remain on Alberta's new licence plates, due next year.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Help us sell Newman's work: LNP president
QUEENSLAND'S Liberal National Party president has called on members to help the Newman government sell its achievements ahead of next year's election.
Pique News Magazine
Premier's LNG dreams given reality check by Japanese expert
Since her 2013 re-election, Premier Christy Clark has positioned liquefied natural gas as the solution to B.C.'s financial woes.
Western provinces say they badly need temporary foreign workers
Western provinces have a genuine, pressing need for skilled labour and the federal government's recent overhaul of its temporary foreign worker program goes too far, the interim Alberta premier said Thursday.