DIS­PUTED ART TRIAL SET TO BE­GIN Three mi­grants found frozen to death in Tur­key Crowds hon­our Bush for ser­vice, from war to White House

StarMetro Toronto - - CANADA & WORLD - Calvin Wood­ward, Lau­rie Kell­man and Ashraf Khalil

IS­TAN­BUL— Tur­key’s of­fi­cial news agency says three mi­grants have been found frozen to death in western Tur­key. Anadolu said on Tues­day three bod­ies were found sep­a­rately in three vil­lages in the western Edirne prov­ince, border­ing Greece. One vic­tim was an Afghan na­tional while the oth­ers re­main uniden­ti­fied. First ex­am­i­na­tions re­vealed that they had frozen to death. WASH­ING­TON— The na­tion’s cap­i­tal em­braced Ge­orge H.W. Bush in death with solemn cer­e­mony and high trib­utes to his ser­vice and de­cency, as the re­mains of the 41st pres­i­dent took their place in the Capi­tol Ro­tunda for three days of mourn­ing and praise by the po­lit­i­cal elite and ev­ery­day cit­i­zens alike.


A vis­i­tor to the Thyssen-borne­misza Mu­seum views “Rue St.-hon­ore, Apres-midi, Ef­fet de Pluie” painted by Camille Pis­sarro in 1897. A court case to de­ter­mine the right­ful owner of the paint­ing is about to get un­der­way.

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