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'I applaud the killing of two cops'

A Ryerson University student running for a position with the school's student union is coming under fire for allegedly condoning the recent killing of two police officers in New York.

The coffin of Lee Harvey Oswald is shown in this publicity photo released to Reuters December 17, 2010. REUTERS/Nate D. Sanders Auctions/Handout/Files

Judge rules Oswald casket belongs to brother

DALLAS - The decaying pine coffin in which Lee Harvey Oswald was buried 51 years ago rightfully belongs to the brother of President John F. Kennedy's presumed assassin, a Texas judge ruled on Friday.

A view of a spill that occurred in a mining company's tailings pond in Quesnel, B.C. (Cariboo Regional District supplied photo)

Probe finds flawed design caused dam collapse

VANCOUVER - A massive spill from a dam containing mine waste in British Columbia last August was caused by a flawed design for the embankment, which did not properly account for the geology of the region, an independent panel said on Friday.

Al Hadji Yahya Jammeh, President of the Republic of the Gambia, addresses the 69th United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in New York September 25, 2014. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Tennessee man charged in failed Gambia coup

MINNEAPOLIS - Prosecutors have charged a third U.S. citizen in connection with a deadly attempt to overthrow the government of the tiny African nation of Gambia in late December, the U.S. Attorney for Minnesota said on Friday.

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Ex-CEO gets 14 years prison for $666 mln fraud

The former chief executive of Sentinel Management Group Inc in suburban Chicago was sentenced on Friday to 14 years in prison, after been convicted of running what federal prosecutors called a roughly $666 million fraud.

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