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Jul 19, 2019

Trump reverses criticism of 'Send her back' chanters, renews attacks on Omar
U.S. President Donald Trump renewed his attacks on a Somali-born congresswoman Friday while reversing his previous criticisms of a North Carolina crowd who chanted "Send her back," defending them as "patriots" while again questioning the loyalty of four Democratic lawmakers of colour.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Federal government redoes child-benefit forms amid concerns 'at-risk' families missing payments
The federal government will roll out a simplified application form for the Canada Child Benefit this month — just as it gets a bump in value — after hearing about barriers for newcomers and Indigenous people who are eligible but don't go through the paperwork needed to get it.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Nike files countersuit against Kawhi Leonard over 'Klaw' logo
In the latest step in the battle between Kawhi Leonard and Nike, the shoe giant has filed a countersuit against the former Toronto Raptors star over his continued use of the "Klaw" logo.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Great news for those who hate the mortgage stress test — it just got a bit easier to pass
There's good news for anyone who has decried the new mortgage stress test rules, as the hurdle set up by Ottawa to save borrowers from themselves just got a bit lower.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

California city drops words like 'manhole' and 'manpower' in push to be inclusive
The city of Berkeley, Calif., voted unanimously this week to replace about 40 gender-specific words in the city code with gender-neutral terms — an effort to be more inclusive that's drawing both praise and scorn.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Australian police inspector's son one of two dead in double homicide in northern B.C.
Australian police have confirmed that a young man found dead with a young woman along the Alaska Highway earlier this week is the son of a senior New South Wales officer.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Body of 47-year-old Newfoundlander among 3 recovered from Labrador plane crash
Police have released the ages and home provinces or states of the seven people involved in a plane crash earlier this week at a remote Labrador lake.



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Jul 19, 2019

American father, 2 sons among passengers on floatplane in fatal Labrador crash
Police have released the ages and home provinces or states of the seven people involved in a plane crash earlier this week at a remote Labrador lake.



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Jul 19, 2019

RCMP have 'green light' to begin recovery mission at site of Labrador plane crash
Police plan to begin flying officers and supplies to Mistastin Lake on Friday morning to search for the bodies of four people missing after an Air Saguenay crash that also left three others dead.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

When you can't escape the heat, you're in a 'heat dome'
During a heat wave, it can feel like you're being trapped by rising temperatures on all sides — and that's basically what's happening to the air in an event that has become known as a "heat dome."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Who's really behind Toronto's chain of illegal pot shops that won't quit?
They get raided by police and within hours are back in business. Toronto's CAFE, a plucky chain of pot shops, was built by a notorious fraudster and a Lamborghini-driving, Gucci-loving ex-wrestling champ, among others — though who runs it now isn't exactly clear



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Looking back to Apollo 11: How we did so much with so little
From developing the most powerful rocket in the world, to building computer memory, to designing the first craft that would operate solely in space, the Apollo missions were a tsunami of ingenuity.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Are there still NDP voters in a province that just passed a religious symbols law? Singh looks to find out
Quebec's new law on religious symbols makes minorities feel like they don't belong in the province, says Jagmeet Singh, and he wants to be the one to lead opposition to the legislation in Ottawa.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

'Brilliant': Artificial gravity isn't just science fiction
In what sounds like something straight out of science fiction, researchers are testing out a form of artificial gravity to counter the physiological hazards of weightlessness astronauts experience in space.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Dennis Oland murder trial decision to be delivered today
Dennis Oland will learn his fate at his murder retrial in Saint John this morning, eight years to the month after his father was bludgeoned to death.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Dennis Oland not guilty of murder in retrial over 2011 death of multimillionaire father
Dennis Oland has been found not guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his father Richard Oland, eight years to the month after the multimillionaire was bludgeoned to death, following his retrial in Saint John.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

For Twitter bans, a 'lack of transparency' is a bigger issue than political bias, experts say
Twitter's decision to ban former Ontario teaching assistant Lindsay Shepherd from its platform earlier this week has once again sparked accusations against the company that it unfairly targets certain groups or individuals.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Iran denies U.S. destroyed an Iranian drone near Persian Gulf
Iran on Friday denied President Donald Trump's statement that a U.S. warship destroyed an Iranian drone near the Persian Gulf after it threatened the ship — an incident that marked a new escalation of tensions between the countries less than a month after Iran downed an American drone in the same waterway and Trump came close to retaliating with a military strike.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Iran says footage disproves U.S. claim it destroyed an Iranian drone near Persian Gulf
Washington and Tehran continued to spar Friday over U.S. President Donald Trump's claim that a U.S. warship destroyed an Iranian drone near the Persian Gulf in another escalation of tensions between the two countries.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Iran says images will disprove U.S. claim it destroyed an Iranian drone near Persian Gulf
Washington and Tehran continued to spar Friday over U.S. President Donald Trump's claim that a U.S. warship destroyed an Iranian drone near the Persian Gulf in another escalation of tensions between the two countries.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

Iran's Revolutionary Guard says it captured British oil tanker
Iran's Revolutionary Guard said it captured British oil tanker Stena Impero in the Persian Gulf on Friday after Britain seized an Iranian vessel earlier this month, further raising tensions along a vital international oil shipping route.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

U.K. 'extremely concerned' by seizure of 2 vessels by Iran's Revolutionary Guard
Britain said Iran's seizure of the British oil tanker Stena Impero — as well as a Liberian-flagged vessel — in the Strait of Hormuz was unacceptable and called for freedom of navigation in the Gulf.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

U.K. 'extremely concerned' by seizure of vessels by Iran's Revolutionary Guard
Britain said Iran's seizure of the British oil tanker Stena Impero — as well as a Liberian-flagged vessel — in the Strait of Hormuz was unacceptable and called for freedom of navigation in the Gulf.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2019

U.K. says seizure of vessels by Iran's Revolutionary Guard 'completely unacceptable'
Britain said Iran's seizure of the British oil tanker Stena Impero — as well as a Liberian-flagged vessel that was boarded by armed personnel — in the Strait of Hormuz was unacceptable and called for freedom of navigation in the Gulf.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Conservatives 'declaring war on Canada Food Guide' like they did on long-form census, Trudeau says
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending his government's update to the Canada Food Guide in the wake of attacks by Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer who suggested the changes were riddled with "bias" and driven by "ideology."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Ottawa stands by U.S. as safe third country, despite new border policy
The federal government says it continues to designate the U.S. a safe third country despite calls to suspend the Canada-U.S. border pact in the wake of new controversial asylum rules implemented by the Trump administration.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Ottawa to pay nearly $1B to settle sexual misconduct lawsuits against Canadian Armed Forces
The Canadian government has agreed to pay nearly a billion dollars to settle class-action lawsuits from Canadian Armed Forces members who allege rampant sexual misconduct in the military. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Ottawa sets aside $900M to settle sexual misconduct lawsuits against Canadian Armed Forces
The federal government has agreed to set aside $900 million to settle class-action lawsuits from Armed Forces members and defence employees who allege rampant sexual misconduct in the military. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

'Exemplary' medical student who raped unconscious woman caved to temptation, lawyer argues
A former medical student who raped an unconscious woman "availed himself of an opportunity" he could not resist due to the stress of "leading an exemplary life," his lawyer has argued.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

You can help save the world, even on vacation
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at the idea of "conservation vacations," as well as the unseen benefits of climate action.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Titans crew member killed during special effects test in Toronto
A crew member working on the TV show Titans was killed while preparing for an upcoming shoot in Toronto on Thursday morning, according to the studio.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Fat cats: Felines heavier now than in 1990s, study finds
A new study involving millions of house cats from across Canada and the United States confirms what many pet owners and veterinarians have long suspected: cats today are fatter than they used to be.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Ron Francis named 1st general manager of Seattle's NHL expansion team
Seattle's NHL expansion team is close to an agreement with Hockey Hall of Famer Ron Francis to become its first general manager, a person with direct knowledge tells The Associated Press.



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Jul 18, 2019

Trump tries to distance himself from 'Send her back' chants despite silence at rally
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday sought to distance himself from supporters' chants of "Send her back" after he criticized Somali-born Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar at a rally in North Carolina.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

China can afford to wait out Canada in diplomatic dispute, Japanese ambassador warns
If China doesn't see a way to get what it wants from the current Canadian government, it would wait for the next one before resolving its diplomatic dispute, Japan's ambassador to Canada says.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

People's Party board in a Winnipeg riding quits over concerns about racism
The entire People's Party of Canada board in a Winnipeg riding has resigned in disgust over the upstart party being taken over by racists, anti-Semites and conspiracy theorists, according to their resignation letter.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Bad weather prevents search teams from getting to Labrador floatplane crash site
High winds and heavy rain mean it will be at least Friday before searchers can arrive near Mistastin Lake.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

EU president takes shot at Trump's 'unacceptable' tweets after Trudeau meeting
The president of the European Commission said Thursday he was happy to be in Canada where citizens don't say things like "Send him back" — a clear reference to U.S. President Donald Trump's recent tweets that told ethnically diverse congresswomen to "go back" to their countries of origin.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Canada gets its first-ever intelligence commissioner
The government has appointed Canada's first-ever intelligence commissioner — the person who will help oversee some of this country's most secretive operations.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Quebec Superior Court upholds province's law banning religious symbols for some civil servants
A Quebec Superior Court justice has rejected a request to temporarily suspend parts of the province's new religious symbols law, upholding a ban on the wearing of hijabs, kippahs or other religious gear by some civil servants.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Quebec Superior Court upholds religious symbols ban
A Quebec Superior Court justice has rejected a request to temporarily suspend parts of the province's new religious symbols law, upholding a ban on the wearing of hijabs, kippahs or other religious gear by some civil servants.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Ford wants answers about 'disturbing and outrageous' case of Zhebin Cong
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the federal government "has some explaining to do" about how a man found not criminally responsible in a 2014 stabbing death in Toronto was allowed to leave the country this month.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Toronto mayor wants independent review after man deemed a threat flees Canada
Toronto Mayor John Tory is calling on the Ontario government to launch an independent review of the case of Zhebin Cong, the man found not criminally responsible in a 2014 stabbing death who was able to leave the country this month.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Toronto mayor wants independent review of Zhebin Cong case
Toronto Mayor John Tory is calling on the Ontario government to launch an independent review of the case of Zhebin Cong, the man found not criminally responsible in a 2014 stabbing death who was able to leave the country this month.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Documents on Trump ex-lawyer's hush-money payments released
Newly released documents detail a series of phone calls between Michael Cohen, U.S. President Donald Trump and the publisher of the National Enquirer that prosecutors say were about hush-money payments to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein ordered to stay in jail through sex trafficking trial
A judge denied bail Thursday for jailed hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein on sex trafficking charges after prosecutors argued the jet-setting defendant is a danger to the public and might flee the United States.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

'Kamikaze' Alberta UCP leadership candidate fined $68,000 for irregular donations
Former United Conservative Party leadership hopeful Jeff Callaway has been fined $68,000 for irregular campaign contributions during the 2017 race in Alberta. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

'Kamikaze' Alberta UCP leadership candidate fined $70,000 for irregular donations
Former United Conservative Party leadership hopeful Jeff Callaway has been fined $70,000 for irregular campaign contributions during the 2017 race in Alberta.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

'Kamikaze' Alberta UCP leadership candidate fined $70K for irregular donations
Former United Conservative Party leadership hopeful Jeff Callaway has been fined $70,000 for irregular campaign contributions during the 2017 race in Alberta.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

'Kamikaze' UCP leadership candidate fined $68,000 for irregular donations
Former United Conservative Party leadership hopeful Jeff Callaway has been fined $68,000 for irregular campaign contributions during the 2017 race in Alberta. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

It's next to impossible to pay the rent working full time for minimum wage, new report calculates
The odds of a minimum wage worker being able to afford a one- or two-bedroom apartment in just about every city in Canada are next to nil, a new report from an Ottawa-based think-tank says.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Police seize $35M in assets from alleged Ontario crime family with ties to Italian Mafia
The Project Sindacato bust is the "largest organized crime operation" in the history of the York Regional Police service in Ontario, Chief Eric Jolliffe said at a Thursday morning news conference.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Project Sindacato ends in arrests of 9 members of alleged crime family in Vaughan
The Project Sindacato bust is the "largest organized crime operation" in the history of the York Regional Police service in Ontario, Chief Eric Jolliffe said at a Thursday morning news conference.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

New documentary Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band to open TIFF 2019
Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band, which will premiere at TIFF in September, tells the story of the Canadian musician's early life and the formation of "one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Louvre in Paris removes Sackler name after opioid protests
The Louvre Museum in Paris has become the first major institution to remove the Sackler family's name after protests blaming the family for the deadly opioid crisis in the U.S.



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Jul 18, 2019

'It hasn't fazed her': Toddler faces throat reconstruction after swallowing teddy bear eye last year
A Regina toddler is recovering, but will undergo more surgery next month after she swallowed a plastic eye from her teddy bear and it became lodged in her throat.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Iran's Revolutionary Guard says it seized foreign oil tanker
Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard forces have seized a foreign oil tanker accused of smuggling oil with a crew of 12, Iran's state TV reported Thursday, just days after an oil tanker based in the United Arab Emirates disappeared off trackers in Iranian territorial waters.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

U.S. warship destroys Iranian drone in Strait of Hormuz
A U.S. warship on Thursday destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz after it threatened the ship, U.S. President Donald Trump said. The incident occurred on the same day Iran said its Revolutionary Guard seized a foreign oil tanker and its crew of 12 for smuggling fuel out of the country.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

No-deal Brexit risks deepening U.K. recession: budget watchdog
The consequences of a no-deal Brexit continued to pile up Thursday as the U.K.'s budget watchdog warned of a recession and diplomatic language appeared to break down between the two sides.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

2 Alberta flocks quarantined after fatal disease related to mad cow found in a sheep
Two sheep flocks in central Alberta have been quarantined by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for scrapie, a fatal disease that affects the central nervous system of both sheep and goats and is related to mad cow disease.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

12,000 L of oil spilled into ocean off Newfoundland, causing oil rig shutdown
Production was stopped on Wednesday evening after thousands of litres of oil leaked from a storage container aboard the Hibernia oil platform off the coast of St. John's.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Hibernia platform shut down after oil spill off Newfoundland
Production was stopped on Wednesday evening after oil leaked from a storage container aboard the Hibernia oil platform off the coast of St. John's.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

TD customers question how Visa Debit chequing accounts were compromised
The mystery of TD customers being charged for Spotify memberships and other charges without their consent has left customers worried their bank accounts aren't safe.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Too ugly to survive: Signal Hill fence demolition complete
A controversial wooden fence was short-lived on Signal Hill in St. John's as government workers tore it down in the pouring rain on Thursday morning.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

No more sitting on the fence: Controversial Signal Hill structure in St. John's is now down
A controversial wooden fence was short-lived on Signal Hill in St. John's as government workers tore it down in the pouring rain on Thursday morning.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Boeing insists fix to 737 Max software will 'get it right,' but flights are likely still months off
It's the height of the summer travel season, and if the country's major airports are anything to go by, commercial flights are humming along at a brisk clip, but there's not a 737 Max jet in sight — and likely won't be for months.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

What's that bug? How to identify any plant or animal with your smartphone
Have you ever seen a weird plant or bug in your garden and wondered what it was? Many nature apps can help you identify just about any plant or animal using the camera on your smartphone. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Trump is not a racist. He's simply intolerant of the bad kinds of people: Robyn Urback
If these U.S. congresswomen can't appreciate how Great America Is Again, they should go somewhere they can express their dissent freely, like Beijing.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Crown mulls charges against man, 87, after woman dies following shove in Winnipeg care home
Manitoba Crown prosecutors are considering whether to lay criminal charges against a man in his 80s with dementia in the death of a 74-year-old woman at a Winnipeg personal care home.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Justin Trudeau says he's made mistakes. Is that a mistake?
Justin Trudeau's recent acknowledgement that he's made "mistakes" in office only drew attention to how rare it is to hear a politician admit error.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Suspected arson at Japan animation studio leaves dozens dead and injured
A Japanese fire official says at least 23 people are now confirmed or presumed dead in a suspected arson at a popular animation production studio in Kyoto.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Suspected arson hits Japan animation studio, dozens injured
Japanese authorities say at least 38 people have been injured, some critically, after a man started a fire at a famous animation production studio in Kyoto.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

Suspected arson in Japan animation studio kills 1, 35 hurt
A man burst into a famous animation production studio in Kyoto and started a fire early Thursday, leaving at least one dead and 35 others injured, some critically, Japanese authorities said.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

23 die or presumed dead in arson at Japan studio
A Japanese fire official says at least 23 people are now confirmed or presumed dead in a suspected arson at a popular animation production studio in Kyoto.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

At least 33 dead in suspected arson at Japan animation studio
At least 33 people have died in a suspected arson at a popular animation production studio in Kyoto.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2019

12 presumed dead in arson at Japan film studio
A Japanese fire official says at least 12 people are presumed dead and more could be missing after they were trapped by fire at a popular animation production studio in Kyoto.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

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Jul 17, 2019

'Problem' bear terrorizes couple at remote N.W.T. lake
A grizzly bear that terrorized a couple for roughly 12 hours on a remote lake in the Northwest Territories was known to be a problem, according to a territorial wildlife officer.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

U.S. House blocks impeachment measure against Trump, but holds officials in contempt
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to set aside an impeachment resolution against President Donald Trump, but held Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt for defying congressional subpoenas related to the 2020 census.



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Jul 17, 2019

U.S. House blocks impeachment measure against Trump, holds officials in contempt over census fight
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to set aside an impeachment resolution against President Donald Trump, but held Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt for defying congressional subpoenas related to the 2020 census.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

U.S. House votes to hold Trump officials in contempt over census dispute
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt for defying congressional subpoenas related to the U.S. census.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Dozens of B.C.'s largest old-growth trees now on the protection list
The British Columbia government is protecting 54 of the province's largest and oldest trees along with a one-hectare buffer zone surrounding each of the giants.



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Jul 17, 2019

Scheer says he'd 'absolutely' review Canada's new Food Guide
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer told a business crowd in Saskatoon Monday that the new Food Guide was the result of a "flawed" process lacking consultation.



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Jul 17, 2019

Prosecutors drop groping case against actor Kevin Spacey
Prosecutors dropped a case Wednesday accusing Kevin Spacey of groping a young man at a resort island bar in 2016, more than a week after the accuser refused to testify about a missing cellphone the defence said contains information that supports the actor's claims of innocence.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Viral photo editor behind all those aging celeb photos is raising privacy concerns
A flood of pictures on social media of computer-aged celebrities, including Drake and Stephen Colbert, has boosted the popularity of the "FaceApp Challenge," but also has privacy experts raising concerns about the image-altering service's expansive terms of use.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

University suggests faculty avoid trips to China amid RCMP probe into lab researchers
The University of Manitoba is recommending faculty avoid unnecessary travel to China in light of an RCMP investigation involving two microbiology researchers and a possible "policy breach" at the National Microbiology Lab.



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Jul 17, 2019

University suspends trips to China amid RCMP probe into lab researchers
The University of Manitoba is suspending travel to mainland China for students and non-academic staff — and recommending faculty avoid unnecessary travel — in light of an RCMP investigation involving two microbiology researchers and a possible "policy breach" at the National Microbiology Lab.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Winnipeg police confirm officer took photo of intoxicated man, apologize after online backlash
Winnipeg police are apologizing after one of their officers took a photo last Friday of a vulnerable man who was intoxicated while a first responder crew was helping him.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Cambodia says plastic waste shipments came from U.S., Canada
Almost seven dozen shipping containers sitting in a Cambodian seaport that were found to be filled with plastic waste came from the United States and Canada, the Southeast Asian country's Environment Ministry said Wednesday.



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Jul 17, 2019

'Time for the world to take notice': WHO declares Congo's Ebola outbreak an international emergency
The World Health Organization has deemed the Ebola outbreak in Congo a public health emergency of international concern.



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Jul 17, 2019

'Time for the world to take notice': WHO declares Congo's Ebola outbreak deemed an international emergency
The World Health Organization has deemed the Ebola outbreak in Congo a public health emergency of international concern.



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Jul 17, 2019

WHO declares Congo's Ebola outbreak an international emergency
The World Health Organization has deemed the Ebola outbreak in Congo a public health emergency of international concern.



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Jul 17, 2019

Oil sheen spotted offshore came from Hibernia oil platform, company confirms
Hibernia's operator says it is monitoring the discharge of oil and water into the ocean that happened Wednesday morning on its platform southeast of St. John's.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Tories editing fundraising video after family of Canadian detained in China complained
The Conservative Party is re-editing its fundraising pitch video attacking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's handling of the case of the two Canadian men detained in China after one of their families complained about the clip.



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Jul 17, 2019

Tories re-editing fundraising video after family of Canadian detained in China complained
The Conservative Party is re-editing its fundraising pitch video attacking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's handling of the case of the two Canadian men detained in China after one of their families complained about the clip.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Bills targeting China's Huawei introduced in U.S. Congress
Members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives introduce bills to keep tight restrictions on Huawei Technologies, amid concern about U.S. President Donald Trump's easing of curbs on the Chinese firm.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman gets life sentence, says jail has been 'mental torture'
Joaquin Guzman, the Mexican drug lord found guilty of running a murderous criminal enterprise that smuggled tons of drugs into the United States, says his confinement amounted to "mental torture" as a U.S. judge sentenced him to life in prison plus 30 years.



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Jul 17, 2019

Drug kingpin Joaquin (El Chapo) Guzman gets life sentence, says jail has been 'mental torture'
Joaquin Guzman, the Mexican drug lord found guilty of running a murderous criminal enterprise that smuggled tons of drugs into the United States, says his confinement amounted to "mental torture" as a U.S. judge sentenced him to life in prison plus 30 years.



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Jul 17, 2019

Fence and sensibility: Parks Canada tearing down Signal Hill fence
Mere days after being erected by Parks Canada, a wooden fence blocking the view of St. John's from a spot on historic Signal Hill will be torn down after public outrage. 



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Jul 17, 2019

Fence and sensibility: Parks Canada tearing down Signal Hill fence, after MPs weigh in
Mere days after being erected by Parks Canada, a wooden fence blocking the view of St. John's from a spot on historic Signal Hill will be torn down after public outrage. 



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