‘Why not?’ A Canadian sniper in Ukraine

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‘Why not?’ A Canadian sniper in Ukraine

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‘Why not?’ A Canadian sniper in Ukraine

STORY BY STEPHEN J. THORNE

Snipers don’t generally talk much about what they do, especially outside their exclusive circles.

Both feared and reviled by their enemies, they perform their deadly work from the shadows—and they prefer to keep it there. Some are haunted by their victims: “I see their faces,” a Ukrainian sniper named Sasha recently told The Economist.

 

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Three Canadians earn honours in Afghanistan explosion

STORY BY SHARON ADAMS

After several days of rain, the sun finally reappeared in Nalgham District of Kandahar Province in Afghanistan on April 11, 2007.

Troop 1, B Squadron of the Royal Canadian Dragoons, had just finished a three-day observation patrol and, as the sun set, they were waiting at an observation post for Troop 2 to relieve them.

 

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