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Iran to host first International Tehran Marathon in April
The Islamic Republic of Iran Athletics Federation (IRIAF) is going to host the first edition of International Tehran Marathon early next month, with dozens of competitors from different countries having already expressed their readiness to participate in the event.

Six aid workers killed in South Sudan ambush: UN
Six aid workers have been killed in an ambush in South Sudan, the UN said Sunday, the latest such attack in the country suffering a famine blamed on a brutal civil war.

Residents warned of catastrophic dam failure in northern Syria
Members of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group have ordered the residents of their major urban stronghold in Syria to immediately evacuate the city of Raqqah, warning of imminent flash floods that could submerge countless settlements on the banks of Euphrates River due to failure in Tabqa Dam.

Iran urges swift end to Saudi aggression against Yemen
On the second anniversary of Saudi Arabia?s brutal military aggression against Yemen, the Iranian Foreign Ministry says war and bloodshed must immediately end in the impoverished country.

Pakistan arrests 100 Indian fishermen for illegal fishing
Pakistan has arrested at least 100 Indian fishermen for illegally fishing in its waters, officials said on Sunday.

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Toronto police say Markham home searched on Saturday is synthetic drug lab
Hazmat markham

Toronto police say a home in Markham from which officers removed hazardous materials Saturday is a synthetic drug lab.



Toronto woman launches rights complaint over washroom access
Haily Butler-Henderson, 24

A Toronto woman has launched a human rights complaint against a bar that allegedly refused to allow her to use its washroom on the grounds that she might sue the facility if she injured herself.



Toronto marks Earth Hour but more lights on than last year
Earth Hour in Toronto 2017

Many Toronto residents turned off the lights for Earth Hour on Saturday but electricity use was higher during the event this year compared to last year, Toronto Hydro says.



Police seek suspect after woman sexually assaulted in grocery store
Sexual assault suspect

Toronto police have released a security camera image of a suspect after they say a woman, 70, was sexually assaulted in a grocery store in Forest Hill.



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