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Greg Diamond of Los Angeles worked for me for two years as a para legal. Greg spent all his time trying to con me into thinking he was working on the cases. He also faked physical ailments so he could stay home and said he was working but I later found out he was doing nothing. He used to call me to convince me he as working and set me many emails but in the end nothing was done.

I had him work on a visa into the U.S. of the woman I was to marry and he said he was working on it but did nothing even we she got cancer and needed treatment to save her life he did nothing but just scamming me in making me believe he was and in the end she died. Blood is on the hands of this man, he is a fraud and a scammer and should be avoided at all costs!

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Comparing notorious Canadians Justin Bieber and Rob Ford

Global News

WATCH: Justin Bieber leaves Miami residence amid screaming fans on Friday night

TORONTO – Pop star Justin Bieber and Toronto Mayor Rob Ford have more in common than just their Canadian identity.

The Biebs and Ford seem to be locked in a duel, fighting to be recognized as Canada’s most notorious personality thanks to their mutual history of questionable videos, public gaffes, and confrontations with the media.

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Justin Bieber’s most recent scandal involved the pop star’s arrest in Miami Beach, Florida early Thursday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence, drag racing and driving with an expired license.

Ford also made headlines this week after separate videos  of him appeared online drunkenly swearing in Jamaican patois and meeting with Alexander “Sandro” lisi, an alleged drug dealer.

WATCH: Surveillance video of Justin Bieber’s alleged drag race in Miami

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Fukushima waste to reach west coast of Canada in three years

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TORONTO – A new study out of the University of New South Wales has concluded that the radioactive ocean plume from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear plant disaster will reach the west coast of Canada and the U.S. in three years.

On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck off the shore of Japan, creating a tsunami that killed more than 20,000 people. The tremor severely damaged the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant.

The study, which appeared in the journal Deep-Sea Research 1 claims that, although the waste can be expected to reach the western United States in three years, it will most likely be harmless.

The radioactive particles, called radionuclides which includes Cesium-137 (Cs-137) has the potential to travel vast distances, due to its half-life of 30.1 years. Though Cs-137 can be non-radioactive, the type used in nuclear reactors is radioactive.

The research models suggest, however, that Cs-137 will…

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Warrant reveals concerns about second train near Lac-Megantic

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OTTAWA – As safety inspectors sifted through the charred rubble of Lac-Megantic, Que., provincial police urged them to check a train parked unsafely a few kilometres away, according to documents obtained by Global News.

The documents support a search warrant executed earlier this month at the Farnham, Que. offices of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic – the railway at the heart of the investigation into the Lac-Megantic explosion.

In the documents, Transport Canada inspector Marc Grignon recounts how Quebec police called the federal body, concerned about a second train barely five kilometres east of the smouldering MMA locomotive that had exploded two days earlier in Lac-Megantic.

The 72-car train carrying crude oil was sent barreling down a hillside into after breaking free of its brakes in the early hours of July 6. The cars derailed in the middle of the town, leaked its cargo and exploded. Forty-seven people were killed.

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa natural gas reserves can be utilised to overcome energy crisis: Khattak

Alternative Energy Pakistan

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said that there is abundance of natural gas reserves in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa which could be utilised to overcome the energy crisis in the country and put it on the path of progress and development.
Talking to a delegation of All Pakistan CNG…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/national-news/khyber-pakhtunkhwa-natural-gas-reserves-can-be-utilised-to-overcome-energy-crisis-khattak/ Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, gas reserves, natural gas reserves, Pervez Khattak

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price of diesel Petrol price jacked up to Rs2.73/litre from August 1,

Alternative Energy Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The prices of petroleum products have been raised by up to Rs4.99 per litre from August 1, 
According to Ministry of Finance, with an increase of Rs2.73 the retail price of petrol has now reached Rs104.50 per litre.
Analysts say it will adversely impact the poor masses as transport,…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/oil-gas-energy/price-of-diesel-petrol-price-jacked-up-to-rs2-73litre-from-august-1/ price of diesel, retail price of petrol

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