• Impact of Ontario housing measures on market may be short-lived

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    The price increases reflect confidence in Ontario's economy, but when young people can not afford homes "we know we have a problem and we know we have to act", she said. To appease landlords and developers, the government said it would align property tax rates for goal rental apartments with rates for other residential properties.
  • Man arrested after clubbers partially blinded in nightclub acid attack

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    They ultimately broke up soon after during a holiday in Ibiza, McCann wiping her Instagram feed of his photographs, and the reality star bemoaning her luck with men on Instagram. Sydney model Isobella Fraser, and sister Prue have been injured in an acid attack in a London nightclub. I don't know how they've gotten the bottle in.
  • Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 91st birthday with quiet day at home

    Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 91st birthday with quiet day at home

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    And at the centuries-old Tower of London , there was a second salute with 62 guns. However, when she didn't grace with her presence, she designated other members of the Windsor family such as Prince Charles and her nephews. While her love of horses and Corgis is well publicised, palace insiders have revealed that the Queen's private pastimes include crossword puzzles and a Dubonnet-and-gin cocktail before lunch.
  • Iran approves 6 to run for president, but Ahmadinejad is out

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    It should be noted that previously Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told Ahmadinejad to refrain from contesting in the presidential elections. Among them are Rouhani's vice president Eshaq Jahangiri and Tehran Mayor Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf . The president's top challenger may be Raisi, 56, who was appointed previous year to manage the Astan Quds Razavi , a wealthy Islamic charity that also controls the country's holiest shrine in the northeastern city of Mashhad.
  • Don't want a fight, don't start one : U.S. tells North Korea

    Don't want a fight, don't start one : U.S. tells North Korea

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    On April 14, US media reported that US President Donald Trump might order a strike against North Korea if Pyongyang chose to carry out another nuclear weapon test. South Koreans see these kingdoms as Korean, but China began to claim them as part of its national history in the early 1980s. Tensions have risen sharply in recent months after North Korea conducted two nuclear weapons tests a year ago and carried out a steady stream of ballistic missile tests.
  • Paris terror suspect turns himself into police

    Paris terror suspect turns himself into police

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    Police officer Xavier Jugele, 37, was shot dead and two colleagues were wounded, along with a female German tourist, when 39-year-old Karim Cheurfi opened fire with an assault rifle on a police vehicle. She wants to tighten French borders controls and build more jails, and says authorities are not doing enough to protect citizens from militant attacks, which have killed more than 230 people in France since January 2015.
  • Why are protests rocking Venezuela now?

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    President Nicolas Maduro accused Kimberly-Clark of participating in an global plot to damage Venezuela's economy. Venezuelan police reportedly used tear gas against protesters on Thursday. Hundreds of workers desperate for information about their jobs gathered at the plant to meet government and military officials as well as representatives of the dealership that brought the lawsuit.
  • 'Always Have to Be Concerned' About Nuclear War

    'Always Have to Be Concerned' About Nuclear War

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    North Korea's state television aired footage of a choral performance attended by Kim Jong Un, the elder Kim's grandson, on Sunday. The Ronald Reagan, whose home port is Yokosuka, Japan, is part of the Seventh Fleet and is regularly deployed around the western Pacific.