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THE NEWSTUESDAY NIGHT04.12.2012 P. 03BUTT OUTPREGNANT KATE TO SPENDSEVERAL DAYS IN HOSPITALLONDON – Prince Williamvisited his pregnant wifeKate in a London hospitaltoday, where she is spendinga second day being treatedfor acute morning sickness.William arrived at theKing Edward VII privatehospital just before noon localtime.Royal officials announcedyesterday that Kate is pregnantand suffering fromhyperemesis gravidarum,a severe form of morningsickness that can lead todehydration or worse if leftuntreated. She is expected toremain hospitalized for severaldays.The pregnancy comes aftera 2011 decision by theleaders of Britain and 15Commonwealth nations endorsingnew rules that givegirls equal status with boysin the order of succession.Experts caution that lawsto enact the change havenot yet been passed, whichcould cause uncertainty ifthe baby is a girl.Associated PressHIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS TO WITHDRAWFROM EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIESThe Liberal government’sattempts to impose a twoyearwage freeze on Ontarioteachers is leading to moredisruptions for students inpublic schools.The Ontario SecondarySchool Teachers’ Federationsays its 60,000 memberswill step up their protestagainst Bill 115 by withdrawingfrom extracurricularand sports activitiesstarting next Monday.Union president KenCoran says the high schoolteachers will not join theircounterparts in elementaryschools who plan one-dayrotating strikes.Coran says the Liberalsneed to repeal the controversiallegislation that allowsthe government to imposea contract on teachersif it wants them to acceptnew deals.He says the union has alwaysbeen willing to accepta wage freeze, but feels thelegislation strongly infringeson their right to collectivebargaining. The Canadian PressNEWS IN BRIEFISRAEL TO MOVE AHEAD WITH SETTLEMENT PLANJERUSALEM — Israel is moving forward with plans for two1Roundmajor settlement projects in east Jerusalem, a spokeswoman 2012-oct-29said today, even as a senior Palestinian official warned that hisJob Description: Mechanical Specifications: Contact:government could pursue war crimes charges if Israel doesn’tClient: TVODocket #: 112-LTVCCON2624Project: TVO Newspaper 2012Ad #: N2624_TO_ASTRONAUTA symbolic cigarette butt is set up inside Gare de Lyon railway station in Paris todayas part of a campaign against rudeness by Paris’ public transport authority. Theadvertising campaign was launched as tourism companies and the Paris transportauthority address concerns of tourists during the financial crisis.Remy de la Mauviniere / Associated PressPublication: T.O. NIGHT MAGAZINEBleed: NoneColours: 4CAcct. Mgr: David Buckspanhalt such construction.Trim: 2.975” x 2”Start Date: 10-26-2012 4:55 PM Crea. Dir: Sam CerulloInternational Live: None anger over Revision Israeli Date: 10-26-2012 settlement 5:38 PMArt Dir: constructionMike CookFile built at 100% 1” = 1” Print Scale: Nonehas snowballed in recent days, following last Writer: week’s - UNrecognition of a state of Palestine Comments: – in lands None Israel occupied in1967 – as a non-member observer in the General Assembly.Leo Burnett 175 Bloor Street E. North Tower, 13th Floor Toronto, ON M4W 3IRAN CLAIMS TO HAVE SHOT DOWN U.S. DRONETEHRAN, Iran — Iran claimed today it had captured a U.S.drone after it entered Iranian airspace over the Persian Gulf–even showing an image of a purportedly downed craft on stateTV – but the U.S. Navy said all its unmanned aircraft in theregion were “fully accounted for.”The conflicting accounts still leave the possibility that thedrone claimed by Iran, a Boeing-designed ScanEagle, couldhave been plucked from the sea in the past and unveiledfor maximum effect following escalating tensions over U.S.surveillance missions in the Gulf.Other countries in the region – such as the United ArabEmirates – also have ScanEagle drones in their fleets.2 ARRESTED IN ATTACK ON FRENCH JEWISH SCHOOLPARIS — A man and a woman were arrested today in southernFrance on suspicion of links to an Islamic militant who killedJewish schoolchildren and French paratroopers earlier thisyear, the Paris prosecutor’s office said today.The arrests, the first in the case since March, may thrownew light on suspicions that Mohamed Merah did not actalone in the attacks, which left seven dead and terrifiedFrance. Merah was later killed in a shootout with police.29 STUDENTS KILLED AS MORTAR SHELL HITS SYRIA SCHOOLBEIRUT — A mortar slammed into a school in the Damascussuburbs today, killing 29 students and a teacher, accordingto state media, as the civil war closed in on President BasharAssad’s seat of power.The state-run news agency SANA blamed the attack onterrorists, the term the regime uses for rebels who are fightingto topple the government. There were no immediate detailson the ages of the students or their identities.But the bloodshed comes as Syrian forces fired artillery atrebel targets in and around the capital and the internationalcommunity grew increasingly alarmed about the regime’schemical weapons stocks.Associated PressProducer: AnnStudio: HannaProofreader: -UP-TO-THE-MINUTE HEADLINESTONIGHTNEWSPAPER.COM

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