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Canada to Speed Up Plans to Toughen Security Laws - PM Harper
Canada to Speed Up Plans to Toughen Security Laws - PM Harper

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Thursday the government will expedite plans to give more powers of detention and surveillance to security agencies in the wake of an attack on Parliament. "They need to be much strengthened, and I assure you, Mr. Speaker, that work which is already under way will be expedited," he told the House of Commons.

Kevin Vickers Honored in Canadian Parliament
Kevin Vickers Honored in Canadian Parliament

Canadian Parliament resumed, Thursday (October 23) with Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers receiving a standing ovation for reportedly shooting the suspected gunman in Wednesday's attack. Vickers held back tears as Members of Parliament honored him. A moment of silence followed, as well as the singing of the national anthem.

Recalls Don't Slow GM Sales
Recalls Don't Slow GM Sales

What recall? American consumers kept flocking to GM showrooms despite the recalls related to those deadly ignition switches, helping boost quarterly revenue. GM was able to charge more for new vehicles. Strong sales of Chevy trucks helped grow its margin and drive its North American earnings up 12 percent, and Buicks and Wulings helped expand its market share in China.

Man Arrested Near Ottawa's War Memorial: CBC
Man Arrested Near Ottawa's War Memorial: CBC

CBC reports a man was arrested, Thursday (October 23), near Ottawa's National War Memorial as Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper laid a wreath for the soldier who was fatally shot, Wednesday. Police were seen wrestling a man to the ground and cuffing him. Members of Parliament gathered at the War Memorial, near the parliament, to honor Canadian soldier Nathan Cirillo who was shot at the site.

With "Horrible" Mandarin, Facebook's Zuckerberg Charms China Audience
With "Horrible" Mandarin, Facebook's Zuckerberg Charms China Audience

o Facebook billionaire co-founder Mark Zuckerberg is apparently trying out a new strategy in China, even though his website is banned -- shut out by the country's great firewall. The CEO did the entire 30-minute question and answer session in Mandarin on Wednesday (October 22), drawing gasps from the crowd in Beijing' prestigious Tsinghua University, where Zuckberberg will join as a board member in its business school.

Tesco's Stares Into Black Hole
Tesco's Stares Into Black Hole

Seven weeks in the job and Tesco chief Dave Lewis is firefighting on a mountainside of troubles. At the company's delayed first half-year results, Lewis said he can no longer provide a full-year profit forecast because he doesn't know the scale of the problems - or how much it will cost to fix them. It was revealed that the black hole in Tesco's accounts was 263 million pounds, 13 million more than first thought.

Harper Lays Wreath at Scene of Soldier's Shooting in Ottawa
Harper Lays Wreath at Scene of Soldier's Shooting in Ottawa

The Canadian government determined to return to business as usual on Thursday after a reported convert to Islam shot dead a soldier at the National War Memorial and rampaged through Parliament before being killed himself. Prime Minister Stephen Harper began the day by laying a wreath at the memorial Employees began returning to the Parliament Hill complex amid tighter security. The House of Commons was set to open on schedule at 10 a.m. (1400 GMT), with Harper expected to speak at that time.

May 7 - Unlucky for Some?
May 7 - Unlucky for Some?

Seven - a number which brings luck for some. Britain's political parties may pray for a dose of it when UK voters go the polls on May 7 next year. Investors too are getting nervous, says UK fund manager Jessica Ground of Schroders.

Video Shows Sergeant-at-Arms Vickers Moments After Reportedly Shooting Ottawa Gunman
Video Shows Sergeant-at-Arms Vickers Moments After Reportedly Shooting Ottawa Gunman

Footage released on Thursday morning shows House of Commons Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers, 58, after reportedly shooting a gunman who allegedly fired more than 30 shots inside Canada's parliament. The assault took place very near the room where Prime Minister Stephen Harper was meeting with members of his Conservative party, a government minister said.

Unilever Disappoints on Weakening Sales
Unilever Disappoints on Weakening Sales

SOUNDBITE: Axel Threlfall, Reuters, saying (English): ''Markets not especially happy with Unilever this morning. Q3 numbers....the weakest quarterly sales growth in nearly 5 years.... Stock down 3.7

3D Printed Instruments Make Sweet Music in Sweden
3D Printed Instruments Make Sweet Music in Sweden

These Swedish musicians say they're the first rock band to perform concerts playing only 3D-printed instruments. Featuring a 3D-printed drum kit, keyboard, bass and electric guitar; the four-piece are all students from Lund University's Malmö Academy of Music. Olaf Diegel, a professor of product development with a sideline in 3D printing, designs and prints the instruments.

Bombs in Iraq Kill at Least 26
Bombs in Iraq Kill at Least 26

At least 26 are dead, after two car bombs exploded in different parts of Baghdad. Dozens more were wounded. One blast took place near a marketplace in the Shi'ite neighbourhood of Sadr City. Another went off in Karrada district in front of a coffee shop. Baghdad has seen a surge in bombings over the past month, most claimed by Islamic State militants who have seized large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria.

Migrants Dodge French Police, Try to Enter Britain
Migrants Dodge French Police, Try to Enter Britain

It's a cat and mouse game between migrants trying to enter Britain, and the French police who want to stop them. Authorities estimate hundreds are fleeing conflicts in Africa and the Middle East and heading to the UK, where they believe they're more likely to find work. The port of Calais in the north of France is a popular spot, because of the trucks bound for the ferries.

Soccer Fans Clash with Indonesian Police
Soccer Fans Clash with Indonesian Police

Soccer fans from opposing teams clash with Indonesian riot police, angry after a match ended in a one-all draw. One person died and several others were injured. Supporters of both Martapura and Persis Solo accused the referee of being unfair. Soccer is wildly popular in Indonesia, and it's not uncommon for protests to break out over disputed results.

Breakingviews: Economies Ill-Prepared for Rise of Robonomics
Breakingviews: Economies Ill-Prepared for Rise of Robonomics

"It's Thursday Andy, which is when my usually weekly panic attack about the inevitable rise of the robots kicks in. Turns out that's maybe not entirely misplaced with estimates suggesting a significant number of U.S. jobs could be at risk of either computerization or automation in short order."

Protesters Torch Town Hall Over Missing Mexican Students
Protesters Torch Town Hall Over Missing Mexican Students

Protesters break into a town hall building in Iguala, angry over the fate of 43 students who went missing last month. Mexican authorities suspect the mayor and his wife to be behind the disappearances and have ordered their arrest. Investigators say the wife, Maria de los Angeles Pineda, has links with the notorious Guerreros Unidos gang, and the couple have go into hiding.

Why Jim Rogers Owns Dollars Printed by "Crazy" Fed Bankers
Why Jim Rogers Owns Dollars Printed by "Crazy" Fed Bankers

"Jim Rogers, thanks so much for being with me. Now global investors getting increasingly nervous. That's extending to emerging markets. How are you feeling about getting into equities right now?"

Funeral for Baby Killled in Jerusalem Car Attack
Funeral for Baby Killled in Jerusalem Car Attack

Hundreds attend the funeral of a baby killed after a Palestinian man slammed his car into pedestrians in Jerusalem.

Ten Wounded in Blast Outside Cairo University
Ten Wounded in Blast Outside Cairo University

A bloody attack outside Cairo University that wounded 10 people, including police and civilians. The explosion occurred in the main square at the end of the school day. Bomb experts and dogs could be seen combing the area looking for additional devices. This area has been the focal point for Muslim Brotherhood protests against President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi until authorities tightened security here earlier this month. So far, no group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Canada's Harper Says No Safe Haven for Those Behind Attacks
Canada's Harper Says No Safe Haven for Those Behind Attacks

Canada will not be intimidated by a pair of attacks that killed two soldiers this week, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said in an address to the nation on Wednesday (October 22), adding that security agencies will do everything needed to counter threats to the country. "Let there be no misunderstanding. We will not be intimidated. Canada will never be intimidated," Harper said.

Palestinians Clash with Israeli Police Hours After Deadly Car Attack
Palestinians Clash with Israeli Police Hours After Deadly Car Attack

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Scores of Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem clashed with Israeli police on Wednesday (October 22), hours after a baby was killed and eight people were injured

Neil Diamond Still Truckin at 73
Neil Diamond Still Truckin at 73

Neil Diamond is back with his 32nd studio album, and despite being in the music business for over five decades, he shows no signs of slowing down. "Melody Road," his first studio album in six years is a mixture of his iconic, sweet guitar-based tunes, as well as emotional anthems that showcase his distinctive voice.

Baby Killed After Driver Slams Into Pedestrians in Jerusalem
Baby Killed After Driver Slams Into Pedestrians in Jerusalem

The scene in Jerusalem after a car slammed into pedestrians, killing a baby and injuring eight people.

Obama Says Canada Shooting Reinforces Need for Vigilance
Obama Says Canada Shooting Reinforces Need for Vigilance

President Barack Obama called the shooting in Canada on Wednesday "tragic" and said it reinforced the need for vigilance. Obama, speaking to reporters at the White House, said he did not yet have information on the motivation of the shooter or whether he was part of a broader network. Obama said it was important for Canada and the United States to be in sync when it came to dealing with terrorist activity.