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NY nuclear plant 65,000% radiation spike is worse than Fukushima

Buchanan - A radioactive flow from the Indian Point nuclear power plant is leaking into groundwater that leads to the Hudson River, raising the possibility that the U.S. may have its very own Fukushima-like disaster only 25 miles from New York City.

Review: Intriguing 'anti-fashion' statues exhibited in London Special

Kingston - Using everyday objects to create a series of intriguing statues, degree students at Kingston University exhibited some impressive work over the weekend.

March against Monsanto: Kingston, Jamaica, May 25, 2013 Special

Kingston - As the March against Monsanto hit the streets of almost 400 cities in around 40 countries worldwide, a small group of people in Kingston, Jamaica did their part and got involved too.

Kingston makes one terabyte USB3.0 flash drive

Kingston is definitely not the first to attempt this amazing stunt but the CES 2013 in Las Vegas reveals Kingston is definitely working on a one terabyte USB3.0 flash drive.

Medium is the new small at some Tim Hortons locations in Ontario

Kingston - Two Tim Hortons locations in Ontario are testing out a new coffee cup size that can hold 24 ounces (710 millilitres), which has been called the Extra Large. The Canadian coffee giant will be revising the names of its cup sizes.

Jamaican drug war ends after Coke surrenders to police

Kingston - It took over a month for the Jamaican police to end the violence that was destroying their nation following an attempt to arrest drug lord Christopher Coke, a fugitive wanted in the US on multiple drug and weapons charges. Almost 80 died during the war.

Jamaican drug war continues in firefight with Coke's Shower Posse

The bloody war in Jamaica continues today with more fires, a rising death toll and gun fire on the streets as the police and Jamaican army battle the Shower Posse drug gang and its' leader Christopher "Duddus" Coke.

Jamaica declares state of emergency in war with drug lord

Kingston - Trouble began earlier this week in Kingston after the government approved a US extradition request for Christopher "Dudus" Coke, a reputed gang boss. Police were shot and killed, retreating from police stations set on fire by supporters of Dudus.

Plane overshoots runway in Kingston, Jamaica

An airliner has overshot the runway in Kingston, Jamaica. The flight was reportedly carrying a nearly full cabin of passengers and crew.

Kingston, Ontario murders allegedly committed by family members

The deaths of three Montreal sisters and their caregiver has been declared an act of domestic violence. A man, his wife and their 18-year-old son have been charged with the four murders.

Police searching for murderer who walked out of Ontario jail

Convicted of shooting a Toronto man in 1989, Andrew John Wood simply walked away from the minimum security Frontenac Institution in Kingston, Ontario on June 13.
 

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March against Monsanto in Kingston  Jamaica  on May 25  2013
March against Monsanto in Kingston, Jamaica, on May 25, 2013
Dickie Crawford
The man who is holding the Island of Jamaica hostage in drug war with the US Department Justice and ...
The man who is holding the Island of Jamaica hostage in drug war with the US Department Justice and the DEA.
courtesy Jamaica Gleaner
Raissa Killoran from Kingston performing poetry during the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word in Toron...
Raissa Killoran from Kingston performing poetry during the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word in Toronto, at Royal Cinema
Michelle Darby-Wyatt
A wedding  or perhaps the archetypal clash between good and evil? The contrast between white and bla...
A wedding, or perhaps the archetypal clash between good and evil? The contrast between white and black here is eye catching.
March against Monsanto in Kingston  Jamaica  on May 25  2013
March against Monsanto in Kingston, Jamaica, on May 25, 2013
Dickie Crawford
A river running alongside Kingston University  with a man fishing.
A river running alongside Kingston University, with a man fishing.
Jamaican police in street battles with supporters of drug lord Christopher Dudus Coke
Jamaican police in street battles with supporters of drug lord Christopher Dudus Coke
courtesy Jamaica News Media
March against Monsanto in Kingston  Jamaica  on May 25  2013
March against Monsanto in Kingston, Jamaica, on May 25, 2013
Dickie Crawford
Kingston  Jamaica joined in the March against Monsanto on May 25  2013.
Kingston, Jamaica joined in the March against Monsanto on May 25, 2013.
Betty Ann Blaine
March against Monsanto in Kingston  Jamaica  on May 25  2013
March against Monsanto in Kingston, Jamaica, on May 25, 2013
Dickie Crawford
Students and members of the public mingle at Kingston University s open day.
Students and members of the public mingle at Kingston University's open day.
March against Monsanto in Kingston  Jamaica  on May 25  2013
March against Monsanto in Kingston, Jamaica, on May 25, 2013
Dickie Crawford
One of the creative spaces at Kingston University  here students can research and access IT faciliti...
One of the creative spaces at Kingston University, here students can research and access IT facilities.
Jamaican Prime Minister declares State of Emergency
Jamaican Prime Minister declares State of Emergency
Jamaica News Media
Sgt. Cory Cisyk  a search and rescue technician for 424 Transport and Rescue Squadron based at 8 Win...
Sgt. Cory Cisyk, a search and rescue technician for 424 Transport and Rescue Squadron based at 8 Wing Trenton at CFB Trenton, rescued the crane operator who was stranded on after a fire broke out in a large apartment building under construction in the city of Kingston, Ontario
Screengrab via CBC

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