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Op-Ed: West may face charge of hypocrisy in blaming Russia for Flight 17

The U.S. is suggesting that Russia bears some responsibility for the alleged Ukrainian separatist missile strike that downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. But when it comes to debates over who provided which weapons to whom, hypocrisy abounds...

West in push to stop flow of jihadists

Paris - Europe and the United States are drawing up a new wave of anti-terror measures to try to stop the growing number of would-be jihadists from going to fight in Syria and Iraq.

Iraq forces withdraw from three western towns: Spokesman

Baghdad - Iraqi forces have made a "tactical" withdrawal from three western towns, a security spokesman said on Sunday, as Sunni militants widened an offensive that has already overrun swathes of territory.

Photo Essay: Remnants of Western Canada's pioneers Special

Canada's frontier life was hard but filled with hope for the future. Compared to what was left behind in Europe, autocratic regimes, famine and war.

Op-Ed: Fertilizer plant in West, Texas explodes, injuring hundreds

Texas City - West, in Texas is evacuated after explosion hits fertilizer plant, killing at least five people and injuring approximately 200, including some children

Texas fertilizer plant explodes — 120 injured, houses flattened

Waco - More than 100 people have been injured from explosions at a Texas fertilizer plant in West, a small town 19 miles north of Waco. Dozens of homes and businesses have been destroyed. As yet, the number of fatalities has not been determined or announced.

Police address media after shootings in western Sydney Special

Sydney - Detective Superintendent Arthur Katsogiannis, Commander, State Crime Command (SCC) Gangs Squad and Operation Apollo addressed the media at Sydney Police Centre, Goulburn Street, Surry Hills in relation to the shootings over the weekend in Western Sydney.

Op-Ed: Economic sanctions weaken Iran, but its leaders remain defiant

Iran’s problems worsen as it claims that ‘dozens’ of its drones reached Israel, Iranians are beginning to panic amid rising costs, while Western officials assess that Iran’s economy is imploding quickly. A Mideast war may occur before 2013.

Iran claims Zionists are spreading homosexuality to control world

Qom - A state-controlled newspaper in Iran is claiming Israel and the "Zionist regime" are spreading homosexuality around the world to achieve its goal of "world domination."

Bonnie and Clyde's guns are set for auction

Outlaw buffs rejoice as a piece one of history’s greatest fugitive couples will be auctioned off. Two guns belonging to the duo will be on the market as of this September.

Sino-Russian coalition Challenges West

Beijing and Moscow flexes muscles at the West, China and Russia lead group talks focused on security, U.S. author threatened with decapitation, and Iran builds nukes to prove Islamic power.

Op-Ed: Muslim Brotherhood’s rise brings suspicion

The Muslim Brotherhood’s rapid rise in Egypt has elevated many peoples’ trepidation levels, including the group’s adherents as the Egyptian army signals willingness to transfer power by 24 May 2012.

Nevada Caucus Significance, in the U.S. and West

Elko - Mitt Romney won the Nevada Caucus on Saturday, February 4, 2012, by a significant edge. Establishing his status as the prohibitive front-runner in the 2012 GOP presidential race, he was followed by Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, and Rick Santorum.

Op-Ed: The Hubris of East Europe's Peasants

Smug hubris is everywhere I look. Add to this access to the Internet, this great equalizer of the stupid, and everyone in these shabby countries - from Macedonia to Russia - holds himself or herself to be a genius and not in need of further edification.

First female warship commander appointed by Royal Navy in UK

Sarah West will become the first female to command a Royal Navy warship when she takes over as commander of HMS Portland in April 2012.

NBA: All-Star weekend ends with West beating East 148-143

Los Angeles - If you were looking for excitement, dunks and multiple fastbreaks then this was your game. If you were looking for defense, you should have waited until the fourth quarter. The 60th All-Star game was very entertaining and it came down to the wire.

Deer attacks dog in graphic scene caught on video

Cranbrook - As man continues to encroach on the forest that has been both home and refuge to countless numbers of wildlife, vicious attacks are becoming common. In this extremely graphic video a female deer pummels a dog while defending her fawn on a city street.

Op-Ed: West Virginia‎ Senator Robert C. Byrd dead at 92

Washington - It's with much sorrow that we report today the passing of Senator Robert C. Byrd. A son of West Virginia, Byrd devoted his life to the Mountain State. His enduring dedication to improving the lives of each person he represented will live on forever.

Safe sex for dogs and cats says Cloris Leachman in hilarious PSA

Intercourse - Cloris Leachman may be 84 years old and having problems opening a condom package but one thing she can do is be a spokesperson for PETA. Leachman in a new commercial is asking everyone to spay and neuter their pets. A no-birth nation is Leachman's goal.

Veteran motorcyclists stop in West Virginia town Special

Hurricane - Hundreds of people lined the streets in Hurricane, West Virginia, in support of veteran motorcyclists who made an overnight stop in this town to accept the hospitality offered on their way to Washington to promote awareness for all veterans.

Grammy winner Alan Jackson performs benefit for WV Coal Miners Special

Grammy Award Winner Alan Jackson hit the stage in Charleston West Virginia Saturday night in a benefit concert for the families of the 29 coal miners killed in April at the Montcoal Mine explosion.

Man killed when bomb explodes at West Virginia bar Special

Barboursville - A bomb exploded. killing a West Virginia man. Police detonated three more bombs found outside of the bar Cactus Joe's in Barboursville. Patrons are shocked by the incident in this small community and say the bomber was seeking revenge over breakup.

China says its military might is similar to the West's arsenal

China's defence minister says their military now has most of the sophisticated weapon systems found in the arsenals of Western nations.

Startling Developments In The Dr. Gates Arrest Case, With Updates

Obama is in the eye of the storm. Crowley's a racial profiling expert. Bill Cosby and other prominent black figures blasted the President. A Bronx-based Ghanaian scholar familiar with Dr. Gates claims he hates both whites and Native Africans. Much more.

Zimbabwe to talk with the west

The government of Zimbabwe, which is now a coalition is hoping to reestablish it's relationship with the West after years of being out on it's own.

Honoring the Last to Die Crossing the Berlin Wall

On February 5 a service was held at Berlin's Chapel of Reconciliation to commemorate the last person to die attempting to cross the Berlin wall.

Settler stone throwers injure five Palestinians in Hebron, one rights activist

The settlers are currently occupying the home of the Rajabi family, who are pursuing the matter in the Israeli High Court and disputing the settlers’ claim that the home was sold to the group in 2007.

Op-Ed: Is Victory Possible In The Middle East?

The Middle East is a land of mystery, oil and war. Since history has been written there has been war in the area. Religion, power, greed all have played an ugly hand in the politics of the land. What makes America think they can change that?

Op-Ed: Does The Muslim World Really Hate The West?

According to President Bush those of the Islam World hates those of the Western World because of the West's freedoms. That appears not to be the truth for the mass majority according to a survey of 500,000 Muslims in more than 35 Islamic states.

Kanye West's XXX Porno Past

From porn magazines to XXX-rated movies, Kanye West had quite a hobby before he became a singer.
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Fort Mcleod in southwestern Alberta is the most complete old town that we have seen on our travels. ...
Fort Mcleod in southwestern Alberta is the most complete old town that we have seen on our travels. It easily beats out some in the States that brag about their vintage look.
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This is the view at sunset from our B&B.
This is the view at sunset from our B&B.
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Business was slow yesterday afternoon at Cactus Joe s in Barboursville WV where man killed in bomb e...
Business was slow yesterday afternoon at Cactus Joe's in Barboursville WV where man killed in bomb explosion just hours before.
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The City of Hurricane Police Officers welcome the Veterans on the Run for the Wall ride.
The City of Hurricane Police Officers welcome the Veterans on the Run for the Wall ride.
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A parting look at one of the B.C. mountain peaks.
A parting look at one of the B.C. mountain peaks.
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Working as a trucker  i stoped in a west texas truckstop to take a break during a rain downpour.  Th...
Working as a trucker, i stoped in a west texas truckstop to take a break during a rain downpour. This is the sunset shortly after that downpour. One of my favorite pictures that ive taken.
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Fort Mcleod was having an arts festival Saturday and had closed the downtown to traffic. We listened...
Fort Mcleod was having an arts festival Saturday and had closed the downtown to traffic. We listened young woman playing the violin and enjoyed a couple of smokies from the corner tavern --- and a great tavern it was. Ah, when both the Morgan and I were young, I spent a lot of time in beer parlours like the one in Fort Mcleod.
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A bistro in the U.S. style
A bistro in the U.S. style
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This is one of a few black racers spotted in the garden where it lays waiting for robins looking for...
This is one of a few black racers spotted in the garden where it lays waiting for robins looking for worms and the occasional baby rabbit searching for a meal of fresh cabbage leaves.
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This is where the GPS took us by error. When Judy saw us pass the local dump she began to worry that...
This is where the GPS took us by error. When Judy saw us pass the local dump she began to worry that I had not researched the B&B sufficiently.
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