Recent World Headlines
Philippine rebels agree to indefinite cease-fire
OSLO — Philippine communist rebels announced an indefinite cease-fire Friday in peace talks aimed at ending one of Asia's longest-running insurgencies.
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Trump rebukes racism claims as Clinton warns of radicalism
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump has unleashed the "radical fringe" within the Republican Party, including anti-Semites and white supremacists, dubbing the billionaire businessman's campaign as one that will "make America hate again."
Brewer AB Inbev to cut thousands of jobs in takeover deal
BRUSSELS — The world's largest brewer, AB Inbev, expects to cut about 3 per cent of its total workforce — equivalent to thousands of jobs — once it completes its huge takeover of its closest rival, SABMiller.
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Recent National Headlines
Man convicted in series of sexual attacks to be sentenced in St. John's, N.L.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A sentencing hearing is being held today for a man convicted in a series of sexual attacks in St. John's, N.L.
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Recent Business Headlines
ANA cancels flights to fix Rolls-Royce engines on Boeing 787
TOKYO — Japanese airline All Nippon Airways has started grounding Boeing 787 "Dreamliner" flights after detecting problems with their Rolls-Royce engines.
Manitoba First Nations group wants talks on forest resources, mill ownership
WINNIPEG — A group that represents 30 northern Manitoba First Nations wants to talk with the province about buying a mill that is closing in December.
Recent Entertainment Headlines
Hans Zimmer wins copyright case and receives an apology
LOS ANGELES — Hans Zimmer has received an apology from a fellow composer who now says he mistakenly sued the Oscar-winner for copyright infringement over the music to "12 Years a Slave."
Recent Health Headlines
Crystal ball-like web tool could help patients with lung disease: B.C. doctor
VANCOUVER — Millions of people who feel like they're suffocating from the symptoms of a lung disease could benefit from a new website its creator considers a crystal ball for helping doctors calculate how progression could be delayed with tailored therapies.