• Missing separatist's wife begs Nigeria for news
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    Missing separatist's wife begs Nigeria for news

    The wife of a Nigerian separatist leader who has been missing since last September has begged the Nigerian government for answers.Uchechi Kanu told the BBC's Nkem Ifejika she believed the government knows where her husband Nnamdi - the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) movement - was

  • Kim Jong-un impersonator turns heads at the Olympics
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    Kim Jong-un impersonator turns heads at the Olympics

    'They weren't expecting the supreme leader to be here in South Korea,' says Kim Jong-un lookalike, who garnered giggles from North Korea's cheerleaders during a women's hockey game in Pyeongchang

  • Lookalike pokes fun at 'man babies' Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un at the Olympics
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    Lookalike pokes fun at 'man babies' Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un at the Olympics

    'There's nothing like these two man babies, Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un to make fun of,' says Howard, a professional Kim Jong-un impersonator

  • London Modest Fashion Week
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    London Modest Fashion Week

    The latest styles and designs of hijabs and abayas are being modelled on the catwalk of London's Modest Fashion Week.Every year hundreds of billions of dollars are spent on the growing industry. For the second year running the capital has hosted an event showcasing new designs of clothing that conceals

  • New blood test for brain injuries approved in U.S.
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    New blood test for brain injuries approved in U.S.

    Dr. Carmela Tartaglia, a neurologist with the Canadian Concussion Centre, discusses a new blood test that can detect moderate traumatic brain injuries in three to four hours

  • Florida student to lawmakers 'We call BS!'
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    Florida student to lawmakers 'We call BS!'

    A student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School had a message for lawmakers after the February 14 shooting in which 17 people died.

  • Patrick Chan falls short of individual medal in final Olympics
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    Patrick Chan falls short of individual medal in final Olympics

    Canadian figure skating star Patrick Chan fell short of the podium and one last individual medal in his final Olympics skate, finishing ninth overall. It's a disappointing end to Chan's otherwise largely successful career

  • Future of marijuana in U.S. a hazy situation
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    Future of marijuana in U.S. a hazy situation

    The future of legal marijuana in the U.S. has become a hazy situation ever since Donald Trump took office. CBC News followed a four-hour “beer and bud” tour on a “cannabus” in San Diego, to explore the different aspects of cannabis legalization in California and Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ new threat

  • Lunar New Year means big business for fortune tellers
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    Lunar New Year means big business for fortune tellers

    It's Lunar New Year in South Korea and that means big business for fortune tellers. Business is so good that the number of Korean shamans is growing rapidly — and with the Olympics coinciding with Lunar New Year this month, those fortune tellers foresee big returns

  • FBI admits inaction on potentially life-saving tip
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    FBI admits inaction on potentially life-saving tip

    The FBI has admitted it failed to act on a potentially life-saving tip that could have prevented the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Fla. Last month, a person close to the suspect called an FBI tip line to report his disturbing social media posts, his desire to kill people, his gun ownership and

  • Patrick Brown's leadership bid slammed by fellow candidates
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    Patrick Brown's leadership bid slammed by fellow candidates

    Patrick Brown, the former leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, has registered to run in its leadership race — a move that has been slammed by fellow candidates. Brown's bid comes just three weeks after allegations of sexual misconduct led to his resignation

  • Support for Hedley disappearing fast
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    Support for Hedley disappearing fast

    Support for the band Hedley is disappearing fast amid social media allegations of sexual misconduct. The pop-rock band was dropped by its management company, had one of the opening acts on its cross-country tour pull out, and numerous broadcasters have dropped Hedley from radio and streaming services

  • Mueller investigation indicts 13 Russian nationals
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    Mueller investigation indicts 13 Russian nationals

    Robert Mueller's investigation into interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election has indicted 13 Russian nationals. The 37-page document goes into detail about how the people were charged intended to "sow discord in the U.S. political system

  • DR Congo refugees find sanctuary in Uganda
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    DR Congo refugees find sanctuary in Uganda

    The crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo has produced millions of refugees, more than Syria, Yemen or Iraq. Last month 20,000 people fled to neighbouring Uganda where many families are still left separated.

  • The Roundup
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    The Roundup

    Joanne McNeish of Ryerson University on some of the day's top stories

  • Rail car crunch
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    Rail car crunch

    Farmer Todd Lewis on how the shortage of rail cars is impacting his business

  • Retirement savings
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    Retirement savings

    Diane McCurdy of McCurdy Financial Planning on why more people are dipping into RRSPs

  • Retailing weed
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    Retailing weed

    Chuck Rifici of Cannabis Wheaton on the delay in sellling recreational marijuana

  • Florida shooting: 'Something has to change'
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    Florida shooting: 'Something has to change'

    Survivors and family members call for change to gun laws in the aftermath of a school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

  • On The Money February 16, 2018
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    On The Money February 16, 2018

    On The Money takes you inside the world of business.

  • 'School shooting plot' foiled by gran
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    'School shooting plot' foiled by gran

    When a grandmother in Washington state found her grandson's troubling journal entries, she called the police. Authorities say she may have prevented another mass shooting.

  • 'Stop talking about it and then not doing anything'
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    'Stop talking about it and then not doing anything'

    Carly Novell, a survivor of the Florida school shooting, talks to CNN about why thoughts and prayers are not enough to stop gun violence

  • 'Russians conducted information warfare'
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    'Russians conducted information warfare'

    US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said that Russians used "information warfare" against the US election process to spread distrust.

  • What people really wear at Fashion Week
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    What people really wear at Fashion Week

    Women and men show off their street style at London Fashion Week 2018.Filmed and produced by Jimmy Tam and Anna Boyd

  • 17 lives cut short: Who were the Florida school shooting victims?
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    17 lives cut short: Who were the Florida school shooting victims?

    17 people died after a shooting at Marjory Douglas Stoneman High School