HALIFAX -- Hilton is back.
The great white shark who stole the hearts of people in Nova Scotia last year has returned to the area after a winter sojourn down south.
On Sunday, Hilton announced on Twitter that he was enjoying waters off the southern tip of the province, timing his arrival with TV's popular week-long shark programming.
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Activists slam punishment of raped girl who had abortion

JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Activists on Monday criticized a six-month prison sentence given to a 15-year-old Indonesian girl who had an abortion after being repeatedly raped by her brother.
The district court in Muara Bulian in Jambi province also sentenced the girl's 18-year-old brother on Thursday to two years' imprisonment for having sex with a minor.
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'Storm before the calm': Iran dismisses Trump's threat to country's leader

Iranians on Monday shrugged off the possibility that a bellicose exchange of words between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Iranian counterpart could escalate into military conflict, but expressed growing concern America's stepped-up sanctions could damage their fragile economy.
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Deadly L.A. market shooting started with domestic feud

LOS ANGELES -- A man's feud with his grandmother turned into a bizarre and deadly confrontation that ended with a supermarket worker dead and dozens of people held hostage in a store kilometres away.
Gene Evin Atkins, 28, was booked Sunday on suspicion of murder after an explosion of violence that a relative said may have been brewing for weeks.
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North American International Auto Show to be held in June starting 2020

Organizers of the North American International Auto Show say that starting in 2020 the annual Detroit event will take place in June instead of January.
A statement from the show Monday said the new schedule will enable automakers, industry suppliers and others to "deliver dynamic exhibits and experiential opportunities outside of the show's four walls" at downtown's Cobo Center.
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Latest updates: 2 victims and gunman dead in Toronto shooting

TORONTO -- The latest on a mass shooting in Toronto (all times local):
7:00 a.m.
Ontario's police watchdog says a second person is dead after gunman shot 14 people in Toronto's Greektown neighbourhood.
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Prominent S. Korea politician found dead in possible suicide

SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of -- A prominent liberal South Korean politician embroiled in a corruption scandal was found dead on Monday, police said, in what appeared to be one of the country's highest-profile suicides in recent years.
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Survivors of duck-boat sinking join hundreds at Missouri memorial

The 17 people killed when a tourist boat sank in a Missouri lake were remembered Sunday during a service attended by hundreds of people in the tourism community of Branson.
A church bell at Williams Chapel at College of the Ozarks chimed 17 times for those who died Thursday at Table Rock Lake.
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Archeologists dig up history of men lost to Spanish Flu in Matapédia, Que.

For more than 40 years, amateur historian Roger Delaunais has been taking care of a remote grave site in rural Matapédia in the Gaspé region. 
Delaunais wrote a book about the camp, where 100 years ago, nine lumberjacks died of the Spanish flu during the First World War.
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Three suspects arrested in U.K. acid attack on 3-year-old boy

LONDON - British police have arrested three more suspects in connection with an apparent acid attack on a 3-year-old boy who suffered severe burns.
West Mercia Police said Monday that three men, ages 22, 25 and 26, are being questioned in London on suspicion of conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm.
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CALGARY - Paralyzed Humboldt Broncos player Ryan Straschnitzki is drenched in sweat after a workout that more closely resembled military boot camp than physiotherapy.
The 19-year-old's two-hour routine at Synaptic: Spinal Cord Injury and Neuro Rehabilitation Centre in Calgary included chin ups, boxing, heavy rope training and pulling himself into a full standing position from his wheelchair just with the use of his arms.
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Climate change, rail talks bring opportunities to Churchill

CHURCHILL, Man. - A northern Manitoba community on the shore of Hudson Bay is having an identity crisis.
The port of Churchill was once bustling with ships laden with grain bound for markets. Now, the ships docked at the port are bringing essential supplies in rather than transporting anything out.
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