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Subject: RE : News
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 20:16:17 EDT
RIVER STILL RISING IN MEDICINE HAT
The South Saskatchewan River continued to rise in Medicine Hat, Alta,.
on Friday, leaving hundreds of people on evacuation alert.
200,000 HOMES BULLDOZED IN ZIMBABWE
Police and troops have destroyed the homes of at least 200,000
destitute people in Zimbabwe's cities over the past three weeks, in an
action called "Operation Drive Out the Rubbish."
KRISPY KREME'S CANADIAN ASSETS FOR SALE
Krispy Kreme's Canadian assets have been put up for sale seven weeks
after the U.S.-based doughnut company had the firm that owns and
operates stores in Canada placed under bankruptcy protection.
WOMAN SURVIVES BEAR ATTACK IN NORTHERN B.C.
A 27-year-old forestry worker says she believes it was her training as
a triathlete that helped to save her life when she was being mauled and
eaten by a black bear.
ALBERTA BOY, 15, CHARGED WITH TRYING TO KILL MOUNTIE
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with attempted murder after shots
were fired at an RCMP officer in northern Alberta this week.
U.S. TELLS SYRIA TO 'STOP MEDDLING' IN LEBANON
The United States is accusing Syria of pulling an end run on its own
pullout from Lebanon in a bid to retain control of its smaller