TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – April 30, 2013) - On Monday afternoon, during a court-martial hearing at Fort Carson, Colorado, Kimberly Rivera was sentenced to 14 months in military prison and a dishonourable discharge after publicly expressing her conscientious objection to the Iraq War while in Canada. A pre-trial agreement capped the sentence at 10 months of confinement and a bad conduct discharge.
Americans have been expressing their dismay at Jack Lew’s “ridiculous” signature, which is likely to end up on newly printed dollar bills. Emma Bache, a graphologist, says he should not change it.
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The second day of talks between student groups and the Quebec government is underway, with all sides expressing optimism that progress can be made.
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Teenage dancer Madoka Sugai returned to Japan early Monday after winning the top prize at the prestigious Prix de Lausanne ballet competition in Switzerland last week.
“I want to become a dancer who can move audiences,” the 17-year-old from Kanagawa Prefecture told reporters at Narita airport, expressing gratitude to her supporters.
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