The Canadian Conservative government falls, setting the stage for a spring election. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il donates $500,000 to Japan's relief efforts. Will religion go extinct? These are the top stories on DigitalJournal.com.
As we do every week on Friday, we've collected the top stories (as voted by you) and compiled them on one page. We also included hot content as suggested by our community.
How these stories and images are selected: We keep track of the what readers like and what articles, images and blogs people are reading and looking at most.
We are continuing with our new idea: an opportunity for our community members to suggest content that stood out. In a blog post, we asked people to suggest noteworthy articles, images and blogs. We received some great suggestions, and below are some memorable posts by our contributors:
Bomb explodes in Jerusalem (Includes first-hand account) by Hailey Dilman
A terrorist attack in Israel's capital shakes the nation. Jerusalem's relative quiet years are interrupted by a bomb in it's central bus station: terrorism is on everyone's mind.
Moshe Milner/GPO flickr
One woman was killed and about 50 wounded when a bomb exploded at 3 p.m. across the street from the Jerusalem Convention Center. The bomb exploded at a crowded bus stop next to Egged city bus #74.
Police say the explosion was caused by a bomb placed at a telephone booth near the bus stop. The victims had been standing at the bus stop or nearby when the device exploded.
Celtic team during AfroCeltic Dance Party at the Stadium Club, Edgewater Casino, Vancouver - Boris Favre (bass), Boris Sichon (multi-instrumentalist), Amy Stephen (accordion, flute) and Stephanie Cadman (violin, dance).