Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov shot dead in Moscow: The Russian opposition politician and former deputy prime minister Boris Nemtsov has been shot and killed by four shots in central Moscow, the Russian government said in a statement, according to the Interfax news agency.
The Russian opposition politician and former deputy prime minister Boris Nemtsov has been shot and killed by four shots in central Moscow, the Russian government said in a statement, according to the Interfax news agency.
Appreciation: It’s not illogical that so many of us are mourning Leonard Nimoy’s death: The actor, director, photographer and writer died today at 83. But, for Star Trek fans around the galaxy, it’s Mr. Spock that’s gone
Quebec judge’s no-head-scarf rule contradicts prior Supreme Court case: Refusal to hear woman’s case until she was ‘suitably dressed’ criticized by PMO and Premier, and heats up religious-freedom debate
The Judge was right on. About time a Judge stood up to these barbaric people. This ungrateful muslim who has been living off welfare since the day her and her brood arrived has no respect for law and order. That's the islam way. She should have been thrown in jail for contempt.
Veterans must verify lost limbs every three years, Ottawa says: A wounded soldier who lost both legs in Afghanistan and has had to prove to Veterans Affairs every year that he still needs a wheelchair, will now only have to go through the experience every three years
A wounded soldier who lost both legs in Afghanistan and has had to prove to Veterans Affairs every year that he still needs a wheelchair, will now only have to go through the experience every three years
Isn't bureaucracy marvelous? Nobody is saying limbs will grow back, sadly procedure requires proof the need exists. Sounds ridiculous but anything related to a permit, license, benefits, insurance requires validating necessity from time-to-time. Not like the 15th person to manage your case knows even if computer says "yes".
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