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Gaza. Canadian Friends of Peace Now: Alarmed by the Killing of Unarmed Palestinian Protesters by Israeli army Algeria. Two Canadians among the Islamist terrorists who attacked gas plant Massacre near Denver during showing of The Dark Knight Rises US to send large floating base to the Middle East Holiday season 2011. Record $35.3 billion US spent online UK embassy attacked in Tehran Muammar Gaddafi is dead Canada. Prices for computers decrease Frosh event at Montreal’s École des Hautes Études commerciales termed racist S & P. First-ever U.S. credit downgrade sparks new round of political infighting NDP. Nycole Turmel, MP for Hull-Aylmer chosen as leader Norway. Mourners gather for Oslo service Court of Amsterdam acquits Geert Wilders of all charges WikiLeaks. DDoS attack on MasterCard Israel. Fire under control thanks to the help of its Arab neighbours Quebec Government subsidizes Islamic school linked to the Muslim Brotherhood Myanmar. Aung San Suu Kyi released from house arrest Canada. Asian man in disguise asks for refugee status Iran. Ashtiani's case remains under review Omar Khadr Pleads Guilty to All Counts Canada. Ismaili Muslim elected mayor of Calgary Russell Williams’ confession now on YouTube 27% of Canadians aged 15 and older say they have been a victim of a criminal incident Residents of Somali coastal town say military helicopter fired on the town Thirteen people aboard a skiff drown in the Gulf of Aden Canadian and American Muslims sign petition in support of free speech Islamic Conference to be held in Montreal Canadians question benefits of immigration Canada. Cigarette production down 70% of successful Tamil refugee claimants return to Sri Lanka - Government survey Montreal. Completely veiled women cross airport counter without being asked to uncover their faces G20. More arrests by Toronto police