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Despite deadly 2001 incident, Edmonton schools still use wired glass

On Sept. 11, 2001, 14-year-old Jason Hubben kicked a door and bled to death after wired glass severed the artery behind his knee. Despite the incident and other injuries involving wired glass, the so-called safety glass is still used in many Edmonton schools.
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Accused gay-basher expected to plead guilty

Michael Kandola, the man charged in an alleged gay-bashing assault in the West End, will be pleading guilty to aggravated assult in the attack that left another man with a boken jaw requiring the jaw to be wired shut for a month. He'll be appearing in court Wednesday to enter a plea on a charge of assault causing bodily harm. Two days have been set for sentencing. At issue will be whether it was a hate crime.
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Mental illness a crisis in Sierra Leone

In 2002, following the brutal civil war, the World Health Organization estimated up to 500,000 Sierra Leoneans suffered from some form of post traumatic stress disorder, depression, or substance abuse.
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