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Monday briefing: Macron and Le Pen make history - The Guardian;

Monday briefing: Macron and Le Pen make history - The Guardian

The GuardianMonday briefing: Macron and Le Pen make historyThe GuardianGood morning, this is Bonnie Malkin bringing you a first look at the news you need to start the week. The first round of the French election is over and – as the polls predicted – independent centrist Emmanuel Macron will face the far right's Marine Le ...Centrist Macron, far-right Le Pen in battle to lead FranceTimes ColonistHead to head: How Le Pen and Macron compareCNNMacron vs. Le Pen: The key story lines in France's presidential runoffWashington PostBBC News -Bloomberg -Huffington Post -TIMEall 1,645 news articles »

From swastikas to bomb threats, anti-Jewish incidents on record-setting track - The Boston Globe;

From swastikas to bomb threats, anti-Jewish incidents on record-setting track - The Boston Globe

The Boston GlobeFrom swastikas to bomb threats, anti-Jewish incidents on record-setting trackThe Boston GlobeAnti-Semitic incidents in Massachusetts — swastikas scrawled in middle schools, hateful fliers papering college campuses, threats phoned into community centers — jumped dramatically from 2015 to 2016, new data from the Anti-Defamation League show.UN chief vows to stand up against anti-Israel biasi24newsall 25 news articles »

Relatives scream for loved ones after deadly Queens Village fire - WABC-TV;

Relatives scream for loved ones after deadly Queens Village fire - WABC-TV

WABC-TVRelatives scream for loved ones after deadly Queens Village fireWABC-TVA Queens Village fire that killed five, including three children was a crushing loss not just to the family, but also to first responders and neighbors and anyone who witnessed victim after victim being brought out. Bailey Briggs ran into the scene in ...and more »

Student killed during hammer throw at track meet - Toronto Sun;

Student killed during hammer throw at track meet - Toronto Sun

Toronto SunStudent killed during hammer throw at track meetToronto SunWHEATON, Ill. — A college student has died after being struck during a hammer-throw event at a track meet in suburban Chicago. Wheaton College officials say 19-year-old student Ethan Roser of Cincinnati was volunteering at a track and field ...Teen killed in freak hammer accidentNEWS.com.auWheaton College mourns freshman killed during track eventWLS-TVWheaton College freshman volunteering at a track meet killed in hammer-throw accidentWashington Postall 63 news articles »

Trump decries anti-Semitism, terrorism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day - Globalnews.ca;

Trump decries anti-Semitism, terrorism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caTrump decries anti-Semitism, terrorism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance DayGlobalnews.caWATCH: President Donald Trump said anti-Semitism should be defeated and called the Holocaust the "darkest chapter of human history" in a video address on Sunday. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any ...Trump denounces anti-Semitism in Holocaust Remembrance Day messageRTE.ieHolocaust still central part of Israel's psycheWaterloo RecordStatement by the Prime Minister of Canada on Yom HaShoahOttawa CitizenPittsburgh Post-Gazette -Arutz Sheva -Quad-Cities Online -Citizenall 120 news articles »

'I Dreamed of Africa' author and conservationist shot in Kenya - Toronto Star;

'I Dreamed of Africa' author and conservationist shot in Kenya - Toronto Star

Toronto Star'I Dreamed of Africa' author and conservationist shot in KenyaToronto StarKuki Gallmann was shot in her stomach at her Kenyan ranch and airlifted for treatment. Gallmann's condition is not known. Renowned conservationist Kuki Gallmann was seriously injured after being shot in her conservation park in Kenya's drought-stricken ...Celebrated conservationist, author Kuki Gallmann shot in KenyaThe Globe and MailHow Kenya's drought has turned into violence: AP explainsCTV NewsTop conservationist wounded in Kenya gun attackDAWN.comNew York Timesall 61 news articles »

Police nab 12-year-old boy 1000 km into drive across Australia - Globalnews.ca;

Police nab 12-year-old boy 1000 km into drive across Australia - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caPolice nab 12-year-old boy 1000 km into drive across AustraliaGlobalnews.caPolice in Australia pulled over a 12-year-old boy as he attempted an epic 3,000 km cross-country journey. The boy was over 1,000 km into his trip when police noticed the car's bumper dragging on the ground, according to 9 News. Story continues below.Boy, 12, trying to drive across Australia 'crashed' car before he was pulled over after 1300kmThe GuardianBoy aged 12 drives himself 1300km across AustraliaBBC NewsPolice stop 12-year-old boy who drove 1300 km across AustraliaCTV News9news.com.au -Telegraph.co.uk -Irish Independent -BuzzFeed Newsall 38 news articles »

FBI chief Comey tried to shield agency from politics, then shaped an election - Times of India;

FBI chief Comey tried to shield agency from politics, then shaped an election - Times of India

Times of IndiaFBI chief Comey tried to shield agency from politics, then shaped an electionTimes of IndiaWASHINGTON: The day before he upended the 2016 election, James B. Comey, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, summoned agents and lawyers to his conference room. They had been debating all day, and it was time for a decision.FBI boss Comey arrives in New Zealand ahead of conferenceNews1130NYT: Former AG Loretta Lynch Tried To Play Down The True Nature Of FBI's Criminal Probe Into Clinton EmailsTownhallcampaign, James B. Comey tried to keep the bureau outNew York Timesall 44 news articles »

Venezuela opposition boss asks Wall Street to cut off Maduro - MetroNews Canada;

Venezuela opposition boss asks Wall Street to cut off Maduro - MetroNews Canada

Los Angeles TimesVenezuela opposition boss asks Wall Street to cut off MaduroMetroNews CanadaCARACAS, Venezuela — The leader of Venezuela's rebellious congress has a message for the world's capitalists: Think twice before signing another check to President Nicolas Maduro's government. Amid anti-Maduro protests roiling Venezuela, leading to ...Venezuelan authorities say 12 killed, 6 injured in overnight violenceToronto StarVenezuela protests: Looters electrocuted in Caracas as unrest, food shortages continueABC OnlineGovernment opponents appeal to Venezuela's military as chaos growsWashington Postall 764 news articles »

Canadian jets intercept Russian bombers, 1st time since 2014 - CBC.ca;

Canadian jets intercept Russian bombers, 1st time since 2014 - CBC.ca

CBC.caCanadian jets intercept Russian bombers, 1st time since 2014CBC.caCanadian fighter jets have intercepted Russian bombers off Canada's northern coast for the first time in more than two years, as relations between Moscow and the West continue to worsen. Two CF-18s were scrambled on Thursday after North American ...Russian planes detected off Alaska 4 times this weekCTV NewsRussian aircraft fly close to Alaska for 4th time in 4 daysABC NewsMore Russian spy planes, bombers approach Alaskan airspaceFox NewsCP24 Toronto's Breaking News -Foreign Policy (blog) -FOX40 -KTUU.comall 62 news articles »

Angry and tired French voters set to flirt with outsiders for top job: Nahlah Ayed - CBC.ca;

Angry and tired French voters set to flirt with outsiders for top job: Nahlah Ayed - CBC.ca

CBC.caAngry and tired French voters set to flirt with outsiders for top job: Nahlah AyedCBC.caUnder the protection of some 60,000 police and soldiers, France, starting Sunday, will be formally flirting with risk. With the ongoing threat of attacks like the Champs Elysée shooting on Thursday night, and the tension of hostile political ...Paris shooting could influence voters on eve of election — but not necessarily for right-wing candidatesNational PostTrump says Paris attack will help Le Pen in electionCTV NewsThe Suspense Is Almost Too Much for the FrenchNew York TimesEconomic Times -New Zealand Herald -CNBC -Fox Newsall 1,738 news articles »

Trudeau-Italian PM affirm trade bonds in face of Trump protectionism - CBC.ca;

Trudeau-Italian PM affirm trade bonds in face of Trump protectionism - CBC.ca

CBC.caTrudeau-Italian PM affirm trade bonds in face of Trump protectionismCBC.caOne day after Donald Trump called Canada a "disgrace" for policies that hurt American farmers, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he plans to be respectful and engage with the U.S. on a fact-based approach to solve problems. "I will stand up for Canada ...Trudeau commits to 'respectful' talks after Trump's trade outburstToronto StarPolitics briefing: Trudeau meets Italian PMThe Globe and MailTrump says Paris attack will influence France's electionTheChronicleHerald.caDefenseNews.com -Channel NewsAsia -WTOCall 183 news articles »

20 children killed in crash near South African capital - CBC.ca;

20 children killed in crash near South African capital - CBC.ca

CBC.ca20 children killed in crash near South African capitalCBC.caA minibus carrying young students collided with a truck and burst into flames in South Africa on Friday, killing at least 20 children. The victims were between five and 10 years old, said Russel Meiring, a spokesman for paramedic company ER24. He said ...and more »

Australia releases wing flap into sea and it drifts north of where searchers spent two years seeking MH370 - National Post;

Australia releases wing flap into sea and it drifts north of where searchers spent two years seeking MH370 - National Post

National PostAustralia releases wing flap into sea and it drifts north of where searchers spent two years seeking MH370National PostCANBERRA, Australia — Analysis of a genuine Boeing 777 wing flap has reaffirmed experts' opinion that a missing Malaysian airliner most likely crashed north of an abandoned search area in the Indian Ocean, officials said Friday. The $160 million ...Australia's science agency 'more confident' it knows MH370 crash locationThe Guardianall 64 news articles »

Gay men are being persecuted in Chechnya – but Canada says it's not our problem - The Globe and Mail;

Gay men are being persecuted in Chechnya – but Canada says it's not our problem - The Globe and Mail

New York TimesGay men are being persecuted in Chechnya – but Canada says it's not our problemThe Globe and MailGay men fleeing the pogrom of arrests and beatings in Chechnya that have cost at least three lives should not look to Canada for help. Human-rights and LGBT-aid groups have been urging the Liberal government to offer emergency aid that would permit ...'They Starve You. They Shock You': Inside the Anti-Gay Pogrom in ChechnyaNew York TimesCanada should offer emergency visas to gay men from Chechnya: LGBT groupGlobalnews.caChechnya leader rejects reports of anti-gay purgeThe GuardianBBC News -BuzzFeed News -PinkNewsall 64 news articles »

US officials re-examining intel leak cases - CBS News;

US officials re-examining intel leak cases - CBS News

CBS NewsUS officials re-examining intel leak casesCBS NewsU.S. officials are re-examining cases involving intelligence leaks -- including those against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and other members of the organization -- sources told CBS News on Thursday. Prosecutors are assessing whether charges should ...CIA, FBI launch manhunt for leaker who gave top-secret documents to WikiLeaksCBS NewsUS prepares charges to seek Julian Assange's arrest - CNNPolitics.com - CNN.comCNN.comJustice Dept. debating charges against WikiLeaks members in revelations of diplomatic, CIA materialsWashington PostWIKILEAKS -CNNall 142 news articles »

French Jews put off by Le Pen now worry about another presidential candidate - The Times of Israel;

French Jews put off by Le Pen now worry about another presidential candidate - The Times of Israel

The Times of IsraelFrench Jews put off by Le Pen now worry about another presidential candidateThe Times of IsraelFrench presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon at a campaign rally in Lille, April 12, 2017. (Sylvain Lefevre/Getty Images). Writers. Cnaan Liphshiz. Follow or contact: RSS. Newsroom. Email the Newsroom · Facebook · Twitter. Related Topics. Jean-Luc ...and more »