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31.07.2015

'A sour result' as economy shrank in May, fifth consecutive monthly decline

OTTAWA - The Canadian economy contracted in May, the fifth consecutive monthly decrease, increasing the possibility the country slipped into a recession in the first half of the year.

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31.07.2015

Real estate giant RioCan launching a strategic review of its U.S. portfolio

TORONTO - RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX:REI.UN) is launching a strategic review of its U.S. operations, a process that could lead to the real estate giant selling part or all of its portfolio of properties south of the border.

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31.07.2015

Mom convicted in fatal beating of three-year-old daughter sentenced to 10 years

TORONTO - An Ontario woman convicted in the brutal beating death of her three-year-old daughter was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday, as the judge presiding over the case called her the child's "greatest enemy."

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31.07.2015

Denial by ship's owner delayed response on Vancouver fuel spill: report

VANCOUVER - A review of a fuel spill in Vancouver's English Bay finds the ship's owners slowed reaction to the emergency because they refused to admit the vessel was the problem.

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31.07.2015

Long delay before suspect in murder of grandparents and grandson goes to trial

CALGARY - The man accused of killing a little boy and his grandparents in June of last year won't be going to trial until 2017.

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31.07.2015

Suspect in Charleston church shooting expected to appear in federal court on dozens of charges

CHARLESTON, S.C. - The man accused of slaying nine parishioners as they worshipped at a South Carolina church was expected in court Friday to face dozens of federal charges, including hate crimes and obstructing the practice of religion.

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31.07.2015

As UK inquiry ends, Litvinenko widow says evidence points to Putin behind husband's killing

LONDON - Nine years after former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko drank radioactive tea at a London hotel, an inquiry into his death ended Friday with his widow claiming President Vladimir Putin ordered the killing — and Moscow accusing Britain of politicizing the probe.

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