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Monday, January 24, 2022
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4 key issues the Canadian auto industry faces right now

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A police officer is accused of fatally striking a nurse. What he did after that still has the victim's loved ones reeling.

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Jan 23, 2022
A police officer is accused of fatally striking a nurse. What he did after that still has the victim's loved ones reeling.
Off-duty Newark, New Jersey, Police Officer Louis Santiago fatally struck nurse Damian Dymka with his car, prosecutors say. In the two hours that followed, prosecutors say, he drove home with Dymka's body in the back seat and then returned to the crash site having never called 911 or attempted to render aid. Dymka's friends and family are still reeling in shock and grief. 
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BREAKING: U.S. orders embassy families out of Ukraine and issues travel advisory, citing significant threat of Russian military action

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Jan 23, 2022
BREAKING: U.S. orders embassy families out of Ukraine and issues travel advisory, citing significant threat of Russian military action
The State Department advised Americans on Sunday evening not to travel to Ukraine amid the threatening presence of more than 100,000 Russian troops just outside its border. 
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