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Lost among the stories of human tragedy and heroism in Southeast Asia is the
damage last month's massive tsunami rained down on the manufacturing
industry, particularly on factories where low-quality goods are created on
the cheap for North American consumption.
Newfoundland Premier Danny Williams upped the ante in his flag war with the federal government last night, when he wiped his behind with a Canadian flag during a press conference broadcast across the province.
"Premier Williams, don't you think you've gone too far with this flag flap?"
"Swarthy people of Asia, you have my assurance that this... the tsunami, and the earthquake that caused it, will be dealt with the most extreme of severity. Just as we have caught Osama Bin Laden..."
A leading British cabinet minister has called for Prince Harry to resign as Prince. The demand comes after a photograph surfaced last week of Harry dressed in a nazi uniform.
The National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) unveiled a new
monument today honouring the "valiant struggle" of its members during their
bitter lockout by the owners of the NHL's 126 teams.
Buford McGraw gives you a glimpse at some of the innovative and one-of-a-kind news programs coming this year on HNN.
Conservative leader Stephen Harper made a bold political statement last weekend by marrying two women in a simultaneous civil ceremony.
What does the everyday Iraqi think about this year's election?
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