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Photos April 16: Top images from around the world

The day’s best photos, as selected by editors at Postmedia News, are a stunning collection of the greatest images from around the world.


Accused in Calgary's worst mass killing, Matt de Grood, called 'friendly, quiet guy'

By Jamie Komarnicki and Trevor Howell

CALGARY — Four months ago, friends offered congratulations as Matt de Grood announced on Facebook he’d been accepted into law school at the University of Calgary for the upcoming fall semester. 738 more words


University of Calgary struggles to come to terms with tragedy

CALGARY — Students at the University of Calgary are struggling to cope following the worst mass murder in the city’s history that left five young people dead and another facing five counts of first-degree murder. 474 more words


TV Wednesday: The Americans' moles face worm in grass (with video)

A mole takes a polygraph test knowing she will almost certainly fail. Her handlers, knowing they’ll be implicated if she fails, teach her how to beat the test. 315 more words


Some key players in the Senate spending affair

Here are some of the key players in the Senate scandal and the Duffy-Wright affair:

Prime Minister Stephen Harper

Role: Has said his former chief of staff, Nigel Wright, acted alone when he wrote a personal cheque of more than $90,000 to cover Sen. 406 more words


Witness in doctors’ gang-sex-assault trial admits shaky hold on facts

In the language of the law, she was a credible witness, in that she seemed disarmingly frank, but hardly a reliable one, in that her memory was riddled with black holes and inconsistent even in the few places where it existed. 873 more words


Senate report may lead government to soften proposed elections act

OTTAWA — Federal Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre has softened his defiant tone in defence of a controversial overhaul of the election law, saying he has an “open mind” after a Senate committee proposed some changes to the bill. 535 more words