June 9, 2008

NATIONAL

IT COMES DOWN TO THESE FOUR

BUSINESS

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NATIONAL

IT COMES DOWN TO THESE FOUR

The 'Toronto 18’ terrorism case rests on a core group of suspects
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INTERVIEW

Q: How important will Oprah's opinion about this new book be to you? Do you think she might ever trust you again? A: Um, you know, I don’t really even think about it. If she reads it, cool; if she doesn’t, cool. I don’t expect ever to be back on her show.
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BUSINESS

AFTER CHEAP OIL

Soaring energy costs are about to change everything
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WORLD

BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE EU

Post-Communist Poland is walking a fine line—and thriving
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MAIL BAG

THE DRUG TRADE has always flourished in the Vancouver area. However, in the past few years, B.C. bud has become one of the main criminal industries (“How B.C. became a world crime superpower,” National, May 19). There are a couple of reasons for this.
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THE BACK PAGES

HE’S NO ANGELINA

Which of these social-justice films will catch fire? A) 4½ subtitled hours on Che Guevara or B) a Jolie melodrama.
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THE BACK PAGES

Just to be clear, folks, it’s a novel

There’s an emerging sub-genre of Islamotopian fiction, and it's not my fault
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NATIONAL

MAXIME BERNIER'S FEMME FATALE

Revelations from a mob-linked ex-girlfriend gave the PM the axe he needed to cut loose his foreign minister
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NEWSMAKERS

The fate of the former Marxist leader of Ethiopia was decided this week by that nation’s Supreme Court. Now 71, Mengistu Haile Mariam has been sentenced to death for a reign of terror that saw thousands of Ethiopians murdered between 1974 and 1991.
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PROFILE

A SCHOOL OF ONE’S OWN

A B.C. student's quest to get young Afghan girls like her educated
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