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Monday morning update on Jim Loney

Monday morning update on Jim Loney

A new word is cropping up in this morning's headlines about the ongoing vigil for James Loney and his three peace-activist colleagues held in Iraq. "Agonize.
Ken Walker gets really, really insulted

Ken Walker gets really, really insulted

NEWS RELEASE KEN WALKER, CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE ******************** Ken Walker defends parents A top Liberal spokesmen today insulted Canadian parents by claiming that they would spend a child care allowance on anything but their kids.
New Zealand's prime minister worries about Iraq hostages

New Zealand's prime minister worries about Iraq hostages

New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark declined today to express any optimism about the survival chances of Canadian student Harmeet Sooden and three other peace activists including Sault Ste. Marie's James Loney (shown).
Greyhounds beat Kitchener

Greyhounds beat Kitchener

Kitchener Rangers outshot the Greyhounds 29-26 tonight but still lost to the Sault 2-1. Michael Quesnele and Jason Pitton scored for the Hounds A full report will be posted later on SooToday.com's sports page.
Powerful quake hits Papua New Guinea tonight

Powerful quake hits Papua New Guinea tonight

A 6.5-magnitude earthquake has rocked Papua New Guinea tonight. For more on this breaking news story, please go to your preferred online or broadcast source for international news.
Jim Loney on Iraq, and treatment of Anishinaabe in Kenora

Jim Loney on Iraq, and treatment of Anishinaabe in Kenora

The following fundraising letter was sent by Jim Loney to friends and supporters on November 19 of this year.
Volunteers line up to join Christian Peacemaker Teams

Volunteers line up to join Christian Peacemaker Teams

Robin Buyers, a spokeswoman for Christian Peacemaker Teams, reports a "noticeable" surge in enquiries from prospective volunteers since four of its members were taken hostage in Iraq on November 26.
A silent veil descends

A silent veil descends

Maybe the terrorists are making a video to explain why they're releasing James Loney and his three peace-activist friends. Now that the execution deadline looming over Sault Ste.
While the rest of us wait, by Len Desroches

While the rest of us wait, by Len Desroches

The following was written by Len Desroches, a non-violence trainer for Christian Peacemaker Teams and author of Love Of Enemy: The Cross And The Sword Trial.
Prince Charles questioned by Diana investigator

Prince Charles questioned by Diana investigator

The office of Prince Charles confirmed today that he has undergone questioning by a former London chief of police who's heading an investigation into the death of Princess Diana. In 1999, a French court determined that the crash was accidental.