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Tar De Moutonnoir

Citizen based in Montreal, Canada. Joined on Jan 2, 2007
Expertise in Politics, Environment & green living, Ethnic cultures, Health, Holistic health,   see all» Government


Man murders wife for 'lucky fetus'

A Laotian man confessed to axing his pregnant wife to death because he wanted to use the fetus to make a lucky charm to help him win the lottery.

Regis Philbin to retire from television

New York - The 79 year-old host of "Live with Regis & Kelly" announced his retirement Tuesday after more than 40 years in television.

Indictment filed by Hariri tribunal prosecutor

The Hague - The U.N-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon announced Monday that its prosecutor had issued confidential indictments in the 2005 murder of former Prime Minister Rafic Hariri.

Funeral held for Bil'in protester

Ramallah - Palestinian protester Jawaher Abou Rahmah was laid to rest Sunday, after being killed during a protest against the Israeli separation wall in the Palestinian village of Bil'in.

Report: Stockholm explosions work of suicide bomber (video)

Stockholm - Swedish media is reporting that two explosions in downtown Stockholm Saturday may have been a car bomb followed by a suicide bomber.

Sweden hit by deadly explosions (video)

Stockholm - One man has died and two others were injured after two explosions were reported in the Swedish capital Stockholm Saturday.

NATO Afghanistan war fatalities surpass the 2,000 mark

The Afghanistan war has now claimed the lives of over 2,000 coalition soldiers after a number of troop deaths were reported Friday and Saturday.

Krispy Kreme clerk unwittingly gives away $5000

Fayetteville - A Krispy Kreme in Fayettville is out $5,000 after an employee mistakenly gives away the cash to a drive-through customer.

Fareed Zakaria returns ADL award over NYC Islamic center

New York - Journalist Fareed Zakaria has returned an award he received from the Anti-Defamation League in response to the group's opposition to the construction of an Islamic community center in New York.

Canada issues Lebanon travel advisory after border clash

Ottawa - Canadian nationals are being advised against any non-essential travel to Lebanon following a deadly border skirmish between Israeli and Lebanese troops Tuesday.

Report: Lindsay Lohan to be treated for meth addiction

Lynwood - A celebrity news site is reporting that the fallen starlet will receive treatment for methamphetamine addiction and bipolar disorder after her release from prison.

2 U.S troops captured in Afghanistan

Kabul - NATO is confirming Afghan intelligence reports that two service members who had gone missing in Afghanistan Friday are in fact American.

New rubber 'pastie' covers private parts from airport scanners

Traveling soon and worried about going through one of those full body scanners at the airport? Anxious about the TSA leering at your nether regions? Then the Flying Pastie may just be the thing for you.

Arab man convicted of rape for consensual sex with Jewish woman

Jerusalem - An Israeli Arab man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for having consensual sex with a woman who had believed him to be a Jew.

Israel may apply land expropriation law on Palestinian properties

Jerusalem - The Israeli government is attempting to implement legislation that is aimed at seizing large swaths of Palestinian-owned property in occupied East Jerusalem and other territories.

Man carts 200,000 pennies to pay tax tab

Ripon - A Quebec man hauled more than 200,000 pennies down to City Hall Wednesday to put towards his tax bill in an apparent protest against rising property taxes.

Pink Floyd bandmates reunite for secret gig

Roger Waters and David Gilmour of famed psychedelic rock group the Pink Floyd have reunited for a surprise performance to benefit Palestinian refugees.

7 NATO troops killed in Afghanistan

NATO is reporting the deaths of at least seven of its soldiers in Afghanistan Saturday including six Americans and an Australian.

Man arrested after 3 stabbed at Montreal café

Montreal - Montreal police have apprehended a man suspected of having stabbed three patrons of a Montreal café around noon Thursday.

Two arrested in camel, tiger thefts

Montreal - Two Quebec men are being held by police in connection with the theft of three exotic zoo animals in Ontario last month.
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