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Meghan beams carrying Archie and walking her dogs as Harry boards a flight to Vancouver

After days cooped up inside her $14million loaner mansion, Meghan Markle took son Archie for a walk in the woods Monday morning before Prince Harry landed in Vancouver, Canada.
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Meghan beams carrying Archie and walking her dogs as Harry boards a flight to Vancouver

After days cooped up inside her $14million loaner mansion, Meghan Markle took son Archie for a walk in the woods Monday morning before Prince Harry landed in Vancouver, Canada.

La commune de Faa'a toujours à la recherche d'un plan pour ses déchets

Deux jours après l'incendie de la décharge municipale de Saint Hilaire, les habitants de Faa'a sont partagés. Certains demandent au maire Oscar Temaru de fermer définitivement les lieux, d'autres préfèrent le statu-quo. La commune, elle, n'a toujours pa
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La commune de Faa'a toujours à la recherche d'un plan pour ses déchets

Deux jours après l'incendie de la décharge municipale de Saint Hilaire, les habitants de Faa'a sont partagés. Certains demandent au maire Oscar Temaru de fermer définitivement les lieux, d'autres préfèrent le statu-quo. La commune, elle, n'a toujours pas de plan à présenter.

White House calls for Trump acquittal in ‘rigged’ impeachment as Senate prepares for swift trial

The president’s lawyers argued in a brief filed Monday that the articles against Trump are “deficient on their face,” while Mitch McConnell released proposed ground rules for the trial.
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White House calls for Trump acquittal in ‘rigged’ impeachment as Senate prepares for swift trial

The president’s lawyers argued in a brief filed Monday that the articles against Trump are “deficient on their face,” while Mitch McConnell released proposed ground rules for the trial.

Tennis: Sinner, 18, revels in Federer praise after first Slam win

Fast-rising teenager Jannik Sinner won his first Grand Slam match Tuesday and basked in praise from Roger Federer, who said "we'll see a lot more of" the Italian.
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Tennis: Sinner, 18, revels in Federer praise after first Slam win

Fast-rising teenager Jannik Sinner won his first Grand Slam match Tuesday and basked in praise from Roger Federer, who said "we'll see a lot more of" the Italian.

Olympic makeover: All aboard for new sports lighting up Tokyo 2020

Modern upstarts skateboarding and surfing as well as the ancient martial art of karate are among new sports for 2020 ready to inject some street cred into Tokyo.
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Olympic makeover: All aboard for new sports lighting up Tokyo 2020

Modern upstarts skateboarding and surfing as well as the ancient martial art of karate are among new sports for 2020 ready to inject some street cred into Tokyo.

'I try my hardest not to think about it': 12-year-old recounts handcuffing at BMO

A 12-year-old girl and her grandfather are speaking out about being handcuffed on a busy downtown Vancouver street after being falsely accused of a fraud.
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'I try my hardest not to think about it': 12-year-old recounts handcuffing at BMO

A 12-year-old girl and her grandfather are speaking out about being handcuffed on a busy downtown Vancouver street after being falsely accused of a fraud.

'We want the respect we deserve,' Pallister says of Manitoba's new climate change plan

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister emerged from a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau saying he's prepared to present a modified climate change plan that could include a carbon tax, but he wants the federal government to respect and recognize his provinc
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'We want the respect we deserve,' Pallister says of Manitoba's new climate change plan

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister emerged from a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau saying he's prepared to present a modified climate change plan that could include a carbon tax, but he wants the federal government to respect and recognize his province's record on environmental protection.

Woman denied settlement for sexual assault on way to residential school because she wasn't yet a student

Justice Brenda Brown dismissed Therese Keenatch's case in a ruling delivered on Jan. 9. Keenatch's IAP claim was rejected on grounds she wasn't technically a student when she was sexually assaulted by a federal employee on the way to a Saskatchewan residentia
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Woman denied settlement for sexual assault on way to residential school because she wasn't yet a student

Justice Brenda Brown dismissed Therese Keenatch's case in a ruling delivered on Jan. 9. Keenatch's IAP claim was rejected on grounds she wasn't technically a student when she was sexually assaulted by a federal employee on the way to a Saskatchewan residential school.

Meng Wanzhou case is about the U.S. wanting Canada to enforce sanctions it rejects, defence says

More than a year after Meng Wanzhou's arrest at Vancouver International Airport, the first formal phase of the Huawei executive's extradition hearing has begun in B.C. Supreme Court.
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Meng Wanzhou case is about the U.S. wanting Canada to enforce sanctions it rejects, defence says

More than a year after Meng Wanzhou's arrest at Vancouver International Airport, the first formal phase of the Huawei executive's extradition hearing has begun in B.C. Supreme Court.

St. John's emergency extended to Tuesday, flights grounded, as mayor urges patience

All commercial flights leaving St. John's are grounded until Wednesday morning, as the state of emergency continues in Newfoundland and Labrador's capital city.
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St. John's emergency extended to Tuesday, flights grounded, as mayor urges patience

All commercial flights leaving St. John's are grounded until Wednesday morning, as the state of emergency continues in Newfoundland and Labrador's capital city.

Tennis: Second seed Pliskova starts Melbourne title tilt with win

World number two Karolina Pliskova barrelled into the Australian Open second round on Tuesday as she chases her first Grand Slam crown.
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Tennis: Second seed Pliskova starts Melbourne title tilt with win

World number two Karolina Pliskova barrelled into the Australian Open second round on Tuesday as she chases her first Grand Slam crown.

Russia, heat cloud Tokyo 2020 Olympics with six months to go

Uncertainty over Russia's participation for the third consecutive Olympics and concerns over the heat hang heavy over Tokyo 2020 preparations, with only six months until the opening ceremony.
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Russia, heat cloud Tokyo 2020 Olympics with six months to go

Uncertainty over Russia's participation for the third consecutive Olympics and concerns over the heat hang heavy over Tokyo 2020 preparations, with only six months until the opening ceremony.

Huawei CFO's lawyer attacks US extradition case in Canadian trial

A lawyer for Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou argued on Monday that "double criminality" was at the centre of a trial to decide whether she can be extradited to the United States, a case that has strained relations between Ottawa and Beij
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Huawei CFO's lawyer attacks US extradition case in Canadian trial

A lawyer for Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou argued on Monday that "double criminality" was at the centre of a trial to decide whether she can be extradited to the United States, a case that has strained relations between Ottawa and Beijing.

La Polynésie «attentive» face à l'épidémie de coronavirus en Asie

La direction de la santé affirme surveiller la situation de près, même si en Polynésie comme en France, le risque d'importation du virus est considéré comme «faible». La Chine vient de confirmer un 4ème décès lié à ce nouveau virus part
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La Polynésie «attentive» face à l'épidémie de coronavirus en Asie

La direction de la santé affirme surveiller la situation de près, même si en Polynésie comme en France, le risque d'importation du virus est considéré comme «faible». La Chine vient de confirmer un 4ème décès lié à ce nouveau virus parti de la ville de Wuhan, au centre du pays.

Tennis: British number one Konta felled by Jabeur at first hurdle

British number one Johanna Konta tumbled out in the first round of the Australian Open on Tuesday with a comprehensive 6-4 6-2 defeat at the hands of Tunisia's world number 78 Ons Jabeur.
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Tennis: British number one Konta felled by Jabeur at first hurdle

British number one Johanna Konta tumbled out in the first round of the Australian Open on Tuesday with a comprehensive 6-4 6-2 defeat at the hands of Tunisia's world number 78 Ons Jabeur.

Basketball: Dominant Simmons propels Sixers, Bucks streak toward Paris

Philadelphia's star guard Ben Simmons matched his career high with 34 points and added 12 rebounds and 12 assists in a triple-double that propelled the 76ers to a 117-111 NBA victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Monday.
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Basketball: Dominant Simmons propels Sixers, Bucks streak toward Paris

Philadelphia's star guard Ben Simmons matched his career high with 34 points and added 12 rebounds and 12 assists in a triple-double that propelled the 76ers to a 117-111 NBA victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Monday.

Expelled scholar filmed women in NTU hall toilet

A former scholar at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) was given a short detention order (SDO) of two weeks for trespassing into a female toilet at a hall to film a fellow student showering. Han Shiyu, 18, a Chinese national, yesterday pleaded guilty to
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Expelled scholar filmed women in NTU hall toilet

A former scholar at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) was given a short detention order (SDO) of two weeks for trespassing into a female toilet at a hall to film a fellow student showering. Han Shiyu, 18, a Chinese national, yesterday pleaded guilty to one charge each of criminal trespass and insulting the modesty of the woman. Another two similar charges were taken into consideration. An SDO is a jail term of up to 14 days with no criminal record. Last Aug 12, at about 9.20pm, the victim was showering in a toilet at the NTU hall. Han, who lived there, used his girlfriend's access card to gain entry and went into an adjacent cubicle. He then used his phone to take a six-second video of her showering. She saw the phone but was too afraid to confront Han. She messaged a friend and got dressed before meeting the friend outside. CAMPUS SECURITY The victim later alerted campus security, and the police were called at 10.10pm. The New Paper understands that Han's girlfriend had given him her access card to collect some of her belongings from the hall when she was hospitalised.

Wuhan virus: Singapore expands temperature screening to all travellers arriving from China

SINGAPORE - The Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Monday (Jan 20) that it is stepping up precautionary measures against the mysterious Wuhan virus in anticipation of more travellers in the lead-up to the Chinese New Year holidays. The expanded measures inc
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Wuhan virus: Singapore expands temperature screening to all travellers arriving from China

SINGAPORE - The Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Monday (Jan 20) that it is stepping up precautionary measures against the mysterious Wuhan virus in anticipation of more travellers in the lead-up to the Chinese New Year holidays. The expanded measures include temperature screening for all travellers arriving from China at Changi Airport and issuing health advisory notices to them from Wednesday. Previously, only travellers from the Chinese city of Wuhan were screened, and the advisory notices were not issued. Together with the National Centre for Infectious Diseases, the MOH has also developed a joint clinical guidance about the disease and given them out to emergency department and infectious diseases physicians, as well as public sector hospital laboratories, to better prepare them for cases here. The moves come even as the seventh suspected case in Singapore was identified on Monday, and more than 200 people have already been diagnosed with the new Sars-like virus in China, with cases also reported in Beijing and the southern Chinese province of Guangdong.

Watch out for the bike: Teens cycling in Plaza Singapura

While cycling is a great exercise for all, location matters when we're riding our bicycles. As Plaza Singapura was closing up for the night on Jan 17, a group of teenage boys were spotted riding their bicycles in the shopping mall. In a clip that was poste
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Watch out for the bike: Teens cycling in Plaza Singapura

While cycling is a great exercise for all, location matters when we're riding our bicycles. As Plaza Singapura was closing up for the night on Jan 17, a group of teenage boys were spotted riding their bicycles in the shopping mall. In a clip that was posted on Facebook, a youth could be heard saying «We're here in the mall, enjoying some Burger King…» as two teenage boys whizzed past him on their bicycles. As they peddled up the travellator from basement one, he told them: «No cycling allowed in the mall.» One of the boys dismounted and pushed his bicycle as the youth reiterated his point, saying: «Cannot bring bike into the mall, brother.» Once the cyclist reached level one, however, he hopped back onto his ride to make a hasty exit with his friend. It is unclear if the boys' antics were filmed by someone they know.

British graduates, 24, spend £5,300 on minibus and take it all around Europe

Aaron Gold and Laura King met in 2015 while studying at the University of Westminster in London and lived together for 18 months during their time at the institution. Now they live on a minibus together.
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British graduates, 24, spend £5,300 on minibus and take it all around Europe

Aaron Gold and Laura King met in 2015 while studying at the University of Westminster in London and lived together for 18 months during their time at the institution. Now they live on a minibus together.

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