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  1. Death toll from Mexico pipeline explosion hits 79; 81 others in hospital
    Mexico's health minister says the death toll from an explosion at an illegal pipeline tap has risen to 79, and 81 people remain hospitalized.
  2. Winter storm leaves top figure skaters stranded in Saint John, N.B.
    Many Canadian figure skaters were stranded in Saint John, N.B., amid a winter storm on the last day of the national staking championships.
  3. IRA dissidents suspected in Northern Ireland car bombing
    Police in Northern Ireland said Sunday they suspect Irish Republican Army dissidents were behind a car bombing outside a courthouse in the city of Londonderry.
  4. Al Qaida-linked jihadists storm UN camp in Mali; 8 peacekeepers killed
    An official with the United Nations mission in Mali says that jihadists linked to al Qaida have killed six peacekeepers and injured 19 others in an attack on a peacekeepers' camp in Aguelhoc, in northern Mali's Kidal region.
  5. Democrats give Trump Dream deal cool reception, call for end to shutdown
    U.S. President Donald Trump's offer to extend temporary protections for young people brought to the U.S. illegally as children and those fleeing disaster zones in exchange for his long-promised border wall is getting a frosty response from Democrats.
  6. World's oldest man dies in his home at age 113
    Masazo Nonaka, the world's oldest man, has died at his home in northern Japan at the age of 113.
  7. Prince Philip gets talking-to about not wearing seatbelt
    British police have spoken with Prince Philip after the husband of Queen Elizabeth II was photographed apparently driving without wearing a seatbelt -- just two days after he was involved in a car crash.
  8. Bernier's party would 'do nothing' on climate change, no longer wants trade with China
    Maxime Bernier says that if the People's Party was to form government with him at the helm, he would "do nothing" on climate change, because he'd leave it up to each of the provinces and territories to determine their own plan.