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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 21, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba C M Y K PAGE A11 winnipegfreepress. com WORLD WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2015 A 11 CO NSIDER MIT SUBISHI! 950 REGENT AVE. W. M I T S U B I S H I 1- 888- 772- 8416 www. vickarmitsubishi. ca 1717 WAVERLEY V I C K A R ( WAVERLEY AUTOMALL) M I T S U B I S H I 1- 888- 590- 1806 www. waverleymitsubishi. ca WAVERLEY * 10 YEAR, 160,000KM POWERTRAIN LIMITED WARRANTY: Whichever comes first. Regular maintenance not included. See dealer or mitsubishi- motors. ca for warranty terms, restrictions and details. Not all customers will qualify. * Best backed claim does not cover Lancer Evolution, Lancer Ralliart or i- MiEV. ® MITSUBISHI MOTORS, BEST BACKED CARS IN THE WORLD are trade- marks of Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. and are used under license. See dealer or Mitsubishi- Motors. ca for Warranty and Roadside Assistance terms and conditions and other details. 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See Dealer for details. Representative Transaction/ Financing Example: $ 22,000.00 purchase + $ 1,350.00 freight + $ 499.00 PDI + $ 599.00 accessory free + $ 100.00 air tax and $ 20.00 tire levy = $ 24,568.00 + taxes = $ 27,881.84, cost of borrowing at 1.9% oac on a 60mo term = $ 1,929.76 Total cost = 29,811.60. See dealer for details. Our cars are great and We're Doing Deals at Mitsubishi! CONSIDER * 0% Financing and 0% Leasing on All New 2015 Mitsubishi’s Up To *$ 2000.00 cash back to you on Outlander 10 YEAR F ACTOR Y WARRANTY Multiple Year TOP SAFETY PICK “ IIHS” Mitsubishi Outlander/ RVR/ Lancer UP TO $ 1500.00 for Current Mitsubishi owner/ family 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander ES 2015 Mitsubishi RVR Ltd. Ed 4WD 2015 Mitsubishi RVR GT Prem 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Ltd. Ed 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage ES Plus 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander SE 4WD Options: Loaded, 2.4 Mivec 4 cyl, Full Pwr Group, Alloy Wheels, heated seats, standard stability and traction control, Top Safety Pick Award ††† Options: Loaded, 3.0L Mivec V6, Full Pwr Group, Alloy Wheels, heated seats, standard stability and traction control, True Selectable 4wd, Top Safety Pick Award +++ Options: 18" multi spoke alloy wheel, premium fabric, enhanced front/ rear facia with spoiler, paddle shifter, climate control Top Safety Pick Award+++ Options: Loaded, heated leather int, pseat, panoramic skyroof, 710 watt Rockford prem audio, rain sensing wipers, 18" alloy wheels, Led lighting, fast key security Top Safety Pick Award+++ Options: Loaded, best in class fuel with up to 64MPG, Auto Trans, AC, Pwindows/ Locks, spoiler keyless entry, Bluetooth, climate control +++ Options: Options: Loaded Power Sunroof, Fog Lights, Alloy Wheels, Rear Spoiler, Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel/ Gerar Shifter/ Parking Brake Handle/ Chrome Exhaust Tip, Auto Transmission, Top Safety Pick Award+++ 0 % Financing & Lease 0 % Financing & Lease 0 % Financing or Lease 0 % Financing & Lease 0 % Financing & Lease $ 151 $ 23,999 or $ 159 $ 24,999 or or $ 182 $ 28,799 or $ 94 $ 14,848 or Over $ 6,000 in interest savings Over $ 6,000 in interest savings Over $ 6,000 in interest savings Over $ 5,000 in interest savings Over $ 4,000 in interest savings 2 LEFT AT THIS PRICE! $ 5000 in No Charge Extras $ 2000 Cash Back! $ 2500 in No Charge Extras 15 FOR THIS PRICE! 9 LEFT AT THIS PRICE! 5 LEFT AT THIS PRICE! 13 AT THIS PRICE! 12 AT THIS PRICE! $ 117 $ 18,999 0 % Financing & Lease $ 178 $ 28,999 or Over $ 6,000 in interest savings S ANAA, Yemen — Saudi- led airstrikes hit weapons caches held by Iran- backed Shiite rebels, touching off massive explosions Monday in Yemen’s capital that killed at least 19 people and buried scores of others under the rubble of flattened homes. The U. S. navy, meanwhile, has dispatched the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt toward the waters off Yemen to join other American ships prepared to intercept any Iranian vessels carrying weapons to the rebels, U. S. officials said. After the coalition airstrikes, mushroom clouds rose over the mountainous outskirts of Sanaa, where the arms depots are located. The Fag Atan area has been targeted several times since March 26, the start of the air campaign against the rebels known as Houthis. “ It was like the doors of hell opened all of a sudden,” said Mohammed Sarhan, whose home is less than two kilometres from the site. “ I felt the house lift up and fall.” The blasts — among the most powerful in Sanaa since the airstrikes began — deposited a layer of soot on the top floors of buildings in the Yemeni capital and left streets littered with glass. Anti- aircraft fire rattled in response. One bomb hit near the Iranian Embassy in Sanaa, drawing a sharp rebuke from Tehran. Saudi Arabia and several of its allies, mainly Gulf Arab countries, have been trying to drive back the rebels, who seized Sanaa in September and have overrun many other northern provinces with the help of security forces loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh. The U. S. supports the Saudi campaign. Western governments and Sunni Arab countries say the Houthis get their arms from Iran. Tehran and the rebels deny that, although the Islamic Republic has provided political and humanitarian support to the Shiite group. The Houthis and Saleh’s troops have also advanced on the southern port of Aden, Yemen’s main sea hub, forcing President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi to flee the impoverished but strategic country last month. The Houthis and their allies have been trying to take over Aden for weeks. The announcement the USS Theodore Roosevelt is heading for the region comes amid reports a convoy of Iranian ships may be headed toward Yemen to arm the Houthis. There are about nine U. S. ships in the region, including cruisers and destroyers carrying teams that can board and search other vessels. The U. S. officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the ship movement on the record. The carrier’s deployment follows last week’s approval of a UN Security Council resolution that imposed an arms embargo on three Houthi leaders, two key supporters, Yemen’s ex- president Ali Abdullah Saleh and his son, and those acting on their behalf. The resolution passed in a 14- 0 vote with Russia abstaining. White House spokesman Josh Earnest would not comment specifically on any navy movements in Yemeni waters, but said the U. S. has concerns about Iran’s “ continued support for the Houthis. “ We have seen evidence that the Iranians are supplying weapons and other armed support to the Houthis in Yemen,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest said. “ That support will only contribute to greater violence in that country. These are exactly the kind of destabilizing activities that we have in mind when we raise concerns about Iran’s destabilizing activities in the Middle East.” One of Monday’s airstrikes hit dangerously close to the Iranian Embassy, shattering windows but causing no casualties among the staff, the Iranian state TV reported. Iran summoned the kingdom’s envoy in Tehran in protest. Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian warned the Saudis to abide by their international obligations and respect diplomatic missions, the report said, adding it held Riyadh responsible for the safety of its mission in Sanaa. In a column in Monday’s New York Times, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called for a regional dialogue, and said “ Yemen would be a good place to start.” He noted Iran had urged an immediate ceasefire, humanitarian aid and an “ intra- Yemeni dialogue” leading to the formation of a national unity government. — The Associated Press Airstrikes spark explosions in Yemeni capital U. S. navy sends aircraft carrier to the region By Ahmed Al- Haj A_ 11_ Apr- 21- 15_ FP_ 01. indd A11 4/ 20/ 15 8: 49: 58 PM

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