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Sunday, August 10, 2014 – CBC News Headlines –

Sunday, August 10th, 2014

Sunday, 10 August, 2014.  -( 77°F / 25°C & Clear @ 12:00 pm in Ithaca, NY, USA )-

{ Again, these are not links. If you want to read these stories or watch the video -if there is video- go to CBC dot CA/news. —Thanks. ———djo——— }


“Lead Stories”

Palestinians accept Egypt proposal for 72-hour ceasefire   { }

-Developing- ISIS killed 500 Yazidis, some buried alive: Iraq   {Honest journalists believe that main stream and propagandists are trying to set us up for a war: U.S. vs Syria }

-Developing- Ukraine: No ceasefire possible until separatists surrender   { I still don’t know who the real bad guys are here, Conspiracy Watch people believe we’re being conditioned for something, painting Vladimir Putin as the bad guy when he might not be. }

-Developing- Patient in Brampton, Ontario tests negative for Ebola virus   { How many days will they be putting up headlines about Ebola? Even if there is no real news here? }

Iran plane crashes after takeoff, killing 39   { Is somebody trying to scare everybody out of flying? }

-New- Japan tropical storm forces more than 1 million to flee homes   { I probably should bite my tongue and not say anything about the Conspiracy buffs who believe that bad guys are controlling the weather. }




Deepak Chopra tries to set Guiness meditation world record in Toronto   { This article calls Deepak Chopra a ‘spiritual guru’. He wants to lead thousands in an on-line meditation to break the world’s record for largest synchronized online meditation. & while Deepak Chopra makes a lot of sense and has a lot of good advice for people -like, “Don’t buy any food in a package that has somebody’s name on it.”- He comes from a culture that would not allow him to call himself a “Guru”. There are incredibly high standards anyone would have to meet to obtain that distinction. }



“Most Viewed”

Iraq conflict: U.S. hits more ISIS targets as Yazidi ‘mass graves’ reported   { }

Power restored after 4.3 magnitude earthquake hits central Alberta   { }

Prison inmates take federal government to court over pay cuts   { }

Red Deer man turns to Kijiji to sell fighter jet   { }




Tony Stewart pulls out of race after killing driver   { }

Cyberbullying has ‘hugely disproportionate impact on women and girls’   { }

B.C. approves controlled release of Polley Lake water in mine tailings pond breach   { }

How TMZ’s Harvey Levin changed the rules of celebrity   { TMZ has ‘masculinized’ gossip? TMZ has a 40% male audience. Because they word their headlines to appeal to men? }

Dozens of Australian firefighters to help battle B.C. wildfires   { Another headline says Australia will send 80 firefighters to help battle the wildfires. }

-Photos- Uganda gay pride parade   { What we’ve been hearing from Africa lately is that more and more states over there are criminalizing homosexuality and/or making the penalties for practicing homosexuality worse. }

Roger Ferderer, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga set for Rogers Cup final   { }

Mount Polley mine; Ex-engineers warned tailings pond ‘getting huge’   { }

HealthMap software flagged Ebola 9 days before outbreak announced   { -Yeah, this headline should help you sleep soundly- }

Slumber-starved astronauts pop pills to fall asleep   { Is this a thinly veiled advertisement for big Pharma? }

Premature births may be linked to stress, new Alberta study suggests   { A researcher at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta says that the cause of premature births could be linked back to stress in past generations. They’re trying to explain to themselves why Alberta has the highest pre-term birth rate in Canada }

‘Stop hurting authors’, 900 writers sign letter against Amazon   { ‘Hundreds of authors, including Stephen King, have signed a letter telling Amazon to stick to the corporate backroom as it negotiates for cheaper e-books and leave them out of its dispute with a U.S. publisher.’ }

J.K. Rowling reaches out to Texas girl who lost family in murder rampage   { The 15 year old sole survivor of a rampage that left her parents and 4 siblings dead, quoted Albus Dumbledore at a memorial service and J.K.R. sent the girl a personal letter & a package and all parties who asked ‘what was in the package?’ have been told -that’s none of your business- I think I respect J.K. Rowling a little more because of this. }



“Local” / “New Brunswick”

Saint John marathon honours slain Mountie Doug Larche   { }

Moncton shooting murder plea brings some relief to police   { }

Saint John home robbed in overnight break-in   { }




{ Published @ 12:38 pm – comments and colors added 1:17 pm ———djo——— }