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MILNEWS.ca News Highlights – November 21, 2014

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MILNEWS.ca A.M. News Highlights – November 20, 2014

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MILNEWS.ca News Highlights – November 18, 2014

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  • Analysis  “Canada to Russia: Get Out of Ukraine — Canada Prime Minister Stephen Harper sent a clear message to Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit: Get out of Ukraine ….”
  • Commentary  “A little sympathy for Gorbachev — In the wake of the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, spare a thought for Mikhail Gorbachev.  The 83-year-old last Soviet leader has been harshly criticized for his recent remarks in Berlin. He decried a mood of “triumphalism” in the West following the breakup of the USSR, warned of “a new Cold War”, and called for dialogue and the lifting of sanctions. Given that the dialogue he is calling for would be with his distant successor Vladimir Putin, who respects no dialogue but that of force, that is specious on the face of it. But in his own time Gorbachev did engage in dialogue and may truly believe it is possible. It’s worth remembering that as a result of his dialogue with the United States, the Soviet Union ended, and Gorbachev is reviled by millions of Russians as a result ….”

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18 November 14 at 20:00

MILNEWS.ca News Highlights – November 17, 2014

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  • Latest “boom-boom” update from the Pentagon Info-machine  “…. In Syria, nine airstrikes near Kobani destroyed seven ISIL fighting positions, suppressed another ISIL fighting position, destroyed four ISIL staging areas, and struck one tactical ISIL unit. Two airstrikes near Dayr Az Zawr struck an ISIL crude oil collection facility and destroyed one ISIL tank.  In Iraq, four airstrikes near Ar Rutbah destroyed nine ISIL trucks, two ISIL excavators and one ISIL front-loader, and damaged one ISIL vehicle. Three airstrikes near Fallujah destroyed two ISIL vehicles, one ISIL bulldozer and one ISIL front-loader. One airstrike southwest of Mosul Dam destroyed one ISIL bulldozer and struck one tactical ISIL unit. Two airstrikes west of Mosul struck two ISIL tactical units and destroyed one ISIL vehicle and an ISIL fighting position. Three airstrikes near Kirkuk struck one tactical ISIL unit, and damaged one ISIL tank and destroyed another. One airstrike southwest of Al Qaim destroyed one ISIL vehicle. One airstrike in Tel Afar struck one tactical ISIL unit. Five airstrikes near Bayji struck two tactical ISIL units and one large ISIL unit and destroyed one ISIL tank, one ISIL vehicle, and four ISIL fighting positions ….”
  • Commentary  “CF-18s fly a lot, don’t hit much”
  • “Minister knew Canada wouldn’t meet Syrian refugee commitment”
  • Iraq Situation Report: November 14-16, 2014

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17 November 14 at 17:52

MILNEWS.ca News Highlights – November 16, 2014

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MILNEWS.ca News Highlights – November 14, 2014

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  • “Baird says attacks bolstered resolve — Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said the fight against terrorism has become the “great struggle of our generation” as the country deals with the fallout of attacks last month on its military.  The attacks have bolstered Canada’s resolve to battle terrorism as the country participates in airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Iraq, he said ….”

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MILNEWS.ca News Highlights – November 13, 2014

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  • Ottawa man to be extradited over French bombing — An Ottawa man will be extradited to France to face questioning in connection with a terrorist bombing 34 years ago.  The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear an appeal from Dr. Hassan Diab against an Ontario Court of Appeal ruling that upheld a 2011 extradition order ….” – more

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