• Van attack in Toronto leaves at least 10 dead
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    Van attack in Toronto leaves at least 10 dead

    A van attack in Toronto has left at least 10 people dead and another 15 people injured. About 1:30 p.m. local time, a van driver plowed into pedestrians in the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue area of North York in Toronto. The suspect was arrested by a police officer without incident.

  • Canada's threat level the same following Toronto van attack
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    Canada's threat level the same following Toronto van attack

    Canada's threat level is remaining the same following the van attack in Toronto. Canada's national terrorism threat level is considered to be medium, where it's been since the fall of 2014. That means a violent act of terrorism could occur and that additional security measures are already

  • Watch takedown of person believed to be suspect in Toronto van incident
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    Watch takedown of person believed to be suspect in Toronto van incident

    "Kill me," the man can be heard yelling as Toronto police arrested him

  • Royal baby: How the day unfolded
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    Royal baby: How the day unfolded

    It didn't take too long for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second son, born weighing 8lb 7oz, to be introduced to the world.But it was a busy day, with crowds waiting outside the hospital and – at one point – Prince William doing the school run.Here are the highlights.

  • First pictures of royal baby
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    First pictures of royal baby

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have emerged from St Mary's Hospital, London, with their newborn prince.The baby, who was born weighing 8lbs 7oz at 11:01 BST, is the fifth in line to the throne and the Queen's sixth great-grandchild.

  • George and Charlotte go to see royal baby
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    George and Charlotte go to see royal baby

    The Duke of Cambridge takes the young prince and princess to hospital to meet their new royal sibling.

  • Martin Lewis: 'I shouldn't have to police Facebook'
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    Martin Lewis: 'I shouldn't have to police Facebook'

    Martin Lewis is taking Facebook to court because of fake adverts showing his face. Facebook says misleading ads are not allowed and any reported are removed. Video journalist: Hannah Gelbart

  • From war cry to peace call
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    From war cry to peace call

    Two young Indonesian men who fought as child soldiers on opposing sides on the island of Ambon have forged bonds as a fragile peace continues there.Christian Ronald Regang, now 28. and Muslim Iskandar Slameth, 31, both fought on the front line. Conflicts in Ambon between Christians and Muslims between

  • Waffle house hero talks about how he saved himself and another from gunman
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    Waffle house hero talks about how he saved himself and another from gunman

    'I just wanted to live,' said James Shaw Jr. on why he disarmed the gunman at the Nashville Waffle House on Sunday

  • 'Nazi pug' video-maker has no regrets
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    'Nazi pug' video-maker has no regrets

    Comedian Mark Meechan, who trained his girlfriend's dog to give a "Nazi salute" as part of a prank, has been fined £800 after being found guilty of committing a hate crime.Mr Meechan spoke to the BBC's Chris Foxx before his sentencing and said he did not regret making the video.

  • Harry Potter opens on New York's Broadway
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    Harry Potter opens on New York's Broadway

    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has opened at the Lyric Theater in New York.The show is an epilogue of Harry Potter's life after the ending of the popular series of novels.

  • Why a BBC reporter was kicked in the groin
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    Why a BBC reporter was kicked in the groin

    A BBC investigation has revealed how an organised crime gang secretly invested millions of pounds in the UK. Panorama discovered that the Ukrainian gangsters bought luxury properties in central London. This is what happened when reporter Andy Verity tried to question the Mayor of Odessa, suspected of

  • Royal baby announcements through the years
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    Royal baby announcements through the years

    BBC Rewind looks back at previous notable royal birth announcements.

  • What is the EU Customs Union?
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    What is the EU Customs Union?

    The government has restated its commitment to leaving the EU's Custom Union - ahead of a symbolic vote on the issue this week.But what is it? We explain.

  • The ups and downs of Trump and Macron
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    The ups and downs of Trump and Macron

    From Nato to the Paris climate deal, and even strikes against Syria, Presidents Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump have not always seen eye-to-eye.Now Macron is Trump's guest at his first state dinner.

  • Nashville 'hero': 'I was saving myself'
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    Nashville 'hero': 'I was saving myself'

    James Shaw Jr disarmed a gunman who killed four people in a Waffle House in Nashville, Tennessee.In a press conference, he explained what went through his mind when it happened.

  • 'Lord of the Rings or Thor, prime minister?'
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    'Lord of the Rings or Thor, prime minister?'

    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern answers 10 deeply profound questions.

  • 'I don't mind the interest in my pregnancy'
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    'I don't mind the interest in my pregnancy'

    New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Arden speaks to the BBC's Lucy Hockings about juggling being a mother with politics, and why she hopes that one day, it wont be interesting any more.

  • Is YouTube radicalizing you?
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    Is YouTube radicalizing you?

    Ever wonder what’s behind the videos that pop “up next” on YouTube? Techno-sociologist Zeynep Tufekci tells CBC’s Wendy Mesley that YouTube’s programming decisions are made by artificial intelligence which is designed to push you to more extreme content and keep you watching. She calls YouTube the great

  • Why do people still believe apocalypse theories?
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    Why do people still believe apocalypse theories?

    Apocalypse theories persist despite scientific evidence disproving them. Tabloids and science publications were astir this week as news spread that April 23 would be the beginning of the end of the world. The apocalypse prediction making the rounds involved so-called ‘Planet X’, Christian evangelism,

  • Humboldt Broncos tweet sparks outrage online
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    Humboldt Broncos tweet sparks outrage online

    A tweet about the Humboldt Broncos GoFundMe campaign sparked outrage online and was politicized by far-right groups. CBC’s Wendy Mesley speaks with the tweet’s author, freelance journalist Nora Loreto and tech expert Jesse Hirsh on the outrage and how the meme economy is built to profit off emotion.

  • Bill Morneau on saving Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline
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    Bill Morneau on saving Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline

    Finance Minister Bill Morneau is tasked with saving the Trans Mountain pipeline. He speaks with CBC’s Wendy Mesley about the ongoing battle to get the pipeline expansion built, and how the outcome will affect the Liberals come election time.

  • Compton's Centennial High School marching band rehearses
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    Compton's Centennial High School marching band rehearses

    Students practice the song Want Her by DJ Mustard

  • Runners dress up for 'hottest marathon'
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    Runners dress up for 'hottest marathon'

    From Big Ben to Paddington, runners dressed up in a variety of costumes for a sweltering London marathon.