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Police Identify Montreal Gunman

The shooter, who broke into a college, killed one woman and wounded 19, referred to himself as the ""angel of death.""

Poles Heed Call to Afghanistan

Poland said Thursday that it would send 1,000 troops to Afghanistan in the first offer since a NATO appeal for reinforcements, but none would go until February and it was unclear whether any would go to the dangerous south.

Islamic Militant Receives 15 Years for Bali Bombs

An Islamic militant showed no remorse Thursday after being sentenced to 15 years in prison for the 2005 Bali bombings that left 20 dead, vowing to take part in new suicide missions after he was freed.

Brown Tries to Heal Party Rift

British finance minister Gordon Brown, who is expected to be the next prime minister, sought in an interview Thursday to smooth over rifts in the country's ruling party after a damaging row over when Tony Blair should quit.

IAEA Denounces U.S. Evaluation

UN inspectors have protested a U.S. report on Iran's nuclear work in a letter to the U.S. government and a Congressional committee, calling parts of the report ""outrageous and dishonest.""

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