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  1. Japan voters to deliver verdict on PM Abe's nearly five-year ruleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Egypt Today

    Media forecasts show Abe's gamble on the snap poll is likely to pay off, with his conservative Liberal Democratic Party-led coalition closing in on the two-thirds "super majority" it had in parliament's lower house before dissolution. A hefty victory would raise the likelihood that Abe, who took office in December 2012 promising to bolster defence and reboot the economy, will win a third term as LDP leader next September and go on to become Japan's longest-serving premier.

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  2. John Tory defends his record heading into his final year as mayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Toronto Star

    Mayor John Tory says he's making steady progress on 2014 campaign promises on the eve of his third anniversary of his election win on Oct. 27, 2014. Mayor John Tory speaks to the Star at an interview in his office at City Hall.

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  3. Japan voters to deliver verdict on Abe's nearly five-year ruleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times of Oman

    Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, leader of the Liberal Democratic Party, gestures at an election campaign rally in Tokyo, Japan on October 21, 2017. Photo - Reuters Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, leader of the Liberal Democratic Party, gestures at an election campaign rally in Tokyo, Japan on October 21, 2017.

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  4. Why China has so few female leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WHBF-TV Rock Island

    The biggest event in China's political calendar is currently taking place in Beijing, and the lack of women at the top echelons of power is palpable. This week, Chinese President Xi Jinping will present his new leadership team to the world on stage in Beijing's Great Hall of the People.

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  5. Italy's 2 richest regions seek more powers from RomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston Herald

    President of Veneto Region, Luca Zaia shows his ballot at a polling station in San Vendemiano, near Treviso, Italy, Sunday, Oct.22, 2017. Voters in the wealthy northern Italian regions of Lombardy and Veneto are heading to the polls to decide if they want to seek greater autonomy from Rome, riding a tide of self-determination that is sweeping global politics.

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  6. Government accused of spending big to keep NSW shooters on sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    For the tiny Barrook Field and Game Sporting Clays Association it was $9625 to spruce up the canteen. The Boorowa Gun Club took $10,000 to upgrade pathways and install a water tank.

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  7. Mugabe WHO appointment 'unacceptable': Canada PMRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Peninsula

    Russian Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, World Health Organisation Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Uruguayan President Tabare Vazquez, Moroccan Princess Lalla Salma, Pan American Health Organisation president Clarissa Etienne, WHO European Regional Director Zsuzsanna Jakab and Secretary-General of the International Telecommunications Union Houlin Zhao, pose for a family picture during the Global Conference on Noncommunicable diseases at Mercosur headquarters in Montevideo on October 18, 2017.

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  8. On course to become Japan's longest-serving prime minister, Shinzo Abe faces economic testRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | Canada.com

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is headed for an election win, and may even retain his cherished super-majority of seats in parliament. That outcome brings both reassurance and risks.

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  9. B.C. government supports LNG Canada project - with conditionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2014 | The Globe and Mail

    British Columbia's NDP government is facing controversy over liquefied natural gas as environmental groups warn that a project led by Royal Dutch Shell PLC will derail the province's efforts to transition to a low-carbon economy. LNG Canada would be a massive endeavour with 7,500 workers at the construction peak.

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  10. Qld energy plan to force power bills downRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Mercury

    The Queensland premier has launched a $300 energy plan and vowed to go into competition with retailers if savings aren't passed on to customers. Queenslanders will benefit from cheaper electricity bills after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk launched a $300 million energy plan and vowed to keep assets in public hands, fuelling speculation an election was imminent.

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  11. Dan Hodges: Face it, Theresa, those rich boys were rightRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Mail

    As Theresa May stumbled through another chaotic week of Brexit confusion, a Commons capitulation on welfare reform and a trouncing at Prime Minister's Questions, a Labour MP shook his head and grinned. 'You can tell George Osborne isn't in Downing Street any more,' he said.

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  12. 'Ridiculous' role for Robert MugabeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | NEWS.com.au

    CANADIAN Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has slammed the appointment of the Zimbabwean president to a key position as "absolutely unacceptable". The appointment of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe as a goodwill ambassador of the World Health Organisation has been denounced by human rights groups.

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  13. Japan's Koike: Media-savvy operator with stomach for a fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Channelnewsasia.com

    TOKYO: Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike is a media-savvy veteran who has charmed her way through Japan's male-dominated politics and transformed its sleepy political landscape with a wildcard new party that caught everyone off-guard. Often touted as Japan's potential first female prime minister , the charismatic former television anchorwoman combines a natural understanding of the media with a ruthless stomach for the fight, observers say.

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  14. IBM inaugurates its Client Innovation Centre in MontrealRead the original story

    Saturday | Newkerala.com

    MONTREAL: Developing and renewing local expertise and driving Quebec know-how through a competitive local business model is the mission of the brand new IBM Client Innovation Centre which was officially inaugurated this morning in Montreal. This inspiring place, with its young and dynamic design, is already buzzing with activity! It has exceeded its initial targets and employs close to 120 employees, which will grow to 250 by the end of 2018.

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  15. Rachel Notley calls Quebec's face-covering ban 'a sad day for Canada'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    Rachel Notley criticized the Quebec government on Friday for its ban on providing services to those with face coverings. a Alberta's premier says Quebec legislation that bans people from providing or receiving public services with their faces covered represents a sad day for Canada.

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  16. Tycoon's Party Headed for Landslide Czech Election VictoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Bloomberg

    The Czech ANO party led by a billionaire facing criminal fraud charges was headed to landslide victory in parliamentary elections after promising to run the state like a business, fight Muslim immigration and oppose deeper ANO, led by agriculture, media and food magnate Andrej Babis, had 31 percent in results based on 44 percent of districts counted, the Statistics Office said after polling stations closed on Saturday. Voters punished the ruling Social Democrats, who lead the outgoing cabinet, sending them to sixth place.

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  17. 'I'll never stop fighting,' says Kitchener Rohingya man after 2-week stint in Bangladesh campsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    Ahmed Ullah says the experience was a horrifying nightmare, far worse than the 15 years he spent in refugee camps before moving to Canada in 2009. Lauren Pelley is a reporter and digital journalist at CBC, covering crime, civic issues, and feature stories in Toronto.

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  18. Alan Holman: Who'll replace Currie In District 11?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 19 | The Guardian

    With just over three weeks to go before the legislature opens, with a new Throne Speech, and a new Lieutenant Governor to read it, a senior cabinet packs it in. Quits.

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  19. Document release may be embarrassingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 19 | The Guardian

    Suzanne Legault announced this summer she would not re-apply to keep her job as national information commissioner. But when she put a single, $16 glass of orange juice on her government tab, it left a sour taste in everyone's mouth.

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  20. Eseka Train derailment: Government by the side of the victimsRead the original story

    Monday Oct 16 | CRTV

    Two cabinet members, the Minister of Culture, Narcisse Mouelle Kombi and the Minister of Social Affairs, Pauline Irene Nguene are in Eseka this Saturday 21st October for the commemoration of the first anniversary of the tragic train accident. The ceremony to pay hommage to the victims was highlighted by the inauguration of the monument in honour of the departed.

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