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Alberta Wildrose Party members have ratified the agreement to join with the Progressive Conservatives to form the new United Conservative Party, with 95.4 per cent voting in favour.

U.S. kills 12 Afghan police in airstrike amid violent clashes with Taliban

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An errant U.S. airstrike killed 12 Afghan police officers and wounded two others, in a week when another 11 police were killed and six wounded in clashes with the Taliban.

16-year-old German girl among 26 foreigners arrested in Iraq after fall of Mosul

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Three Iraqi intelligence and investigative officials have told The Associated Press that 26 foreigners — including two men, eight children and 16 women — have been arrested in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul and taken to Baghdad.

Ceasefire in effect in parts of Syria, but fighting intensifies on Lebanese border

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The Syrian army command says it has ceased its military operations in several areas near the capital Damascus and in Idlib province, but Hezbollah and Syrian troops stepped up operations against rebels in parts of Syria near the Lebanese border.

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A group of Florida teenagers who recorded a man drowning on cellphones and laughed about it rather than calling for help could face charges, according the police chief in Cocoa, Fla.

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John Heard, best known for his roles in Home Alone, Big, and Beaches, died Friday. He was 72.

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