SOMNIA - Spotlight on Military News and International Affairs

Saturday, 25 April 2015 - Updated at 1005 hrs EDT

Canadian News

CBC News
Canadian LAV III monument program needs U.S. approval

CBC News
Gallipoli: Royal Newfoundland Regiment honoured

CBC News
Wilf DeMarco, WW II Lancaster bomber pilot, to be honoured in Austria - More - More

The Globe and Mail
Shrouded in mystery, Sgt. Andrew Doiron’s death resonates in Moncton

National Post
New national honour to celebrate volunteers

The Globe and Mail
Vietnam rebukes Canadian ambassador over commemoration of fall of Saigon

The Canadian Press
Stephen Harper talks child protection, terrorism

Postmedia News
Jean Chrétien to meet Vladimir Putin in Moscow

The Canadian Press
Judge at Duffy trial frustrated - More

National Post
Mike Duffy’s tearfully boring fraud trail could stretch into September - More

CBC News
Mike Duffy's 'unsolicited contacts' drew Enbridge warning to PMO

The Globe and Mail
BlackBerry to bolster data security

CBC News
Omar Khadr granted bail - More - More

The Globe and Mail
Novelist who met with Omar Khadr says he ‘wants to move forward’

The Globe and Mail
The battle that changed Omar Khadr’s world – and ours

CBC Radio
Military interrogator and blinded soldier react to Khadr bail decision

The Ottawa Citizen
Defence Watch

Ottawa Researchers
On This Day: April 25

Canadian Commentary

Conrad Black | National Post
The pacifism of fools

Raoul Delcorde | The Ottawa Citizen
The people of Belgium have never forgotten

Tony Negus, Simon Tucker And Selçuk Ünal | The Globe and Mail
From the tragedy of Gallipoli, a lasting friendship

Gerald Caplan | The Globe and Mail
This election should be fought over how we treat veterans

Christie Blatchford | National Post
Mike Duffy Trial: Story of the Day - More

Editorial | National Post
The Canadian Senate — the dinner guest who won’t go home

Matthew Fisher | National Post
Europe turns its back on desperate migrants

George Petrolekas | FrontLine Magazine
Is Fighting ISIS a Moral Dilemma? I Think Not.

George Jonas | National Post
This is not Sparta

Editorial | The Globe and Mail
Sorry, no apology from Turkey to Armenians

Robert Fulford | National Post
Turkey’s patriotic lies

Brian Bethune | Maclean’s
The opening act of a genocidal century

Doug Saunders | The Globe and Mail
The real reasons why migrants risk everything for a new life elsewhere

Tu Thanh HA | The Globe and Mail
A chance at a new life after the fall of Saigon 40 years ago

Nancy Macdonald | Maclean’s
From battlefield foes to an improbable friendship

Eric Reguly | The Globe and Mail
Blame Germany for Greece’s uphill euro zone struggle

Justin Ling | Foreign Policy
The Fight Over Canada’s Patriot Act

The Globe and Mail
The battle that changed Omar Khadr’s world – and ours

Editorial | National Post
Give Omar Khadr his chance

Manon Cornellier | Le Devoir
Après nous le déluge

International Commentary

International News

The Associated Press
Statue of Liberty evacuated after bomb threat

The Washington Post
How the U.S. plans to combat Arctic combat change

The Washington Post
Petraeus pleads guilty to mishandling classified material

Der Spiegel
A New Hillary for a Fresh White House Bid

The Washington Post
Scientists find missing link in Yellowstone plumbing

The Guardian
French student charged with murder and links to a terrorist organisation

The Economist
Europe's refugee summit: Do not send me your huddled masses

Der Spiegel
Ramstein AB key player in drone attacks

Der Spiegel
German Intelligence Under Fire for NSA Cooperation - Mehr

The Associated Press
Italian authorities: Terror suspects planned Vatican attack

The Associated Press
After rescue, a long, agonizing wait for migrants in Italy

The Christian Science Monitor
From the Monitor Archives: Invasion of Gallipoli begins in WWI

The Guardian
Remembering Gallipoli: Honouring the bravery amid the bloody slaughter

The Associated Press
Memories haunt both sides of Gallipoli tragedy, even 100 years later - More

Thomson Reuters News
Thousands gather at Gallipoli to mark centenary

The Globe and Mail
The battle to tell the story of Gallipoli

Der Spiegel
Turks Slowly Take Stock of Armenian Genocide

The Washington Post
Turkey reaches out to Armenians, but rejects the term ‘genocide’ - More

The Economist
The Armenian genocide: A solemn anniversary

The Washington Post
The other 20th century massacres we ignore

The Associated Press
Angelina Jolie rips world powers on Syria’s refugee crisis

Der Spiegel
The Terror Strategist: Secret Files Reveal the Structure of Islamic State

The Associated Press
Kerry backs Saudi strikes in Yemen as long as Houthis fight

The Economist
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula: An exceptional franchise

The Guardian
Child casualties highlight brutal cost of Yemen conflict

Thomson Reuters News
115 children killed since start of Saudi-led offensive in Yemen

The New York Times News Service
Fighting prompts an exodus from Yemen, often on boats

CBC News
Pakistani human rights activist shot dead in Karachi

The New York Times
Drone strikes on al-Qaeda are said to take toll on leadership in Pakistan

The Associated Press
7.9-magnitude earthquake hits populated Kathmandu Valley

The Washington Post
U.S. ambassador to South Korea is back on the streets

The Associated Press
Volcanic mudflows threaten residents near active Calbuco volcano

The New York Times
On This Day: April 25 - More

Agence France-Presse
John Hinckley Jr., l’homme qui a tiré sur Reagan, « prêt » à être libéré

Le Figaro
Le sort des Mistral reste en suspens après la rencontre Hollande-Poutine

Agence France-Presse
Réchauffement climatique et tensions avec la Russie au Conseil de l’Arctique

Agence France-Presse
Plus de 26 000 personnes contaminées par Ebola

Agence France-Presse
L’Afrique de l’Ouest désormais confrontée au mystérieux « syndrome post-Ebola »

Agence France-Presse
Angelina Jolie critique l’impuissance de l’ONU à mettre fin au conflit syrien

Agence France-Presse
La fortune française de Rifaat al-Assad au crible des juges français

Agence France-Presse
Syrie : Al-Qaïda et ses alliés contrôlent la quasi totalité d’une ville stratégique

Agence France-Presse
Jérusalem : un Palestinien brandissant un couteau abattu à un checkpoint

Agence France-Presse
Des navires militaires américains se retirent des eaux du Yémen

Agence France-Presse
Yémen : au moins 27 morts dans des combats dans le sud

Agence France-Presse
Pakistan : choc et stupeur après le meurtre d’une militante des droits de l’Homme

Agence France-Presse
Les Farc font cinq propositions pour accélérer le processus de paix

Journal Sud Ouest
L’éphéméride du 25 avril

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