• Video shows N Korea site 'destruction'
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    Video shows N Korea site 'destruction'

    Video shows North Korea appearing to blow up tunnels at its only nuclear test site. The move by the North was seen as part of a diplomatic rapprochement with South Korea and the US.It came ahead of a planned summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore on

  • Trump suggests auto imports affect national security
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    Trump suggests auto imports affect national security

    The Trump administration is exploring whether auto imports threaten national security.

  • Morgan Freeman faces harassment accusations from 8 women
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    Morgan Freeman faces harassment accusations from 8 women

    Their accounts detail a history of Freeman making inappropriate comments about women's bodies or subjecting them to unwanted touching.

  • Scooter-share programs — convenience or nuisance?
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    Scooter-share programs — convenience or nuisance?

    For those in favour, the potential to ease congestion could revolutionize urban transport. But with scooters left cluttering sidewalks, opponents say the program isn't worth the nuisance it creates.

  • Doug Ford accused of selling 'bogus' party memberships
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    Doug Ford accused of selling 'bogus' party memberships

    It's another controversy for Ford to deal with, but the first he's directly implicated in. His rivals claim Ford may have violated election rules.

  • Trump cancels summit with Kim Jong-un
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    Trump cancels summit with Kim Jong-un

    U.S. President Donald Trump blames Pyongyang's 'tremendous' hostility and anger in recent weeks for his decision and says the U.S. is prepared to use force if necessary.

  • Russian missile shot down Flight MH-17, according to investigators
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    Russian missile shot down Flight MH-17, according to investigators

    Dutch National Police confirm the missile came from a Russian military unit in Kursk and was driven across the border and launched from Ukraine.

  • Inside military effort to rescue people trapped by Manitoba forest fire
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    Inside military effort to rescue people trapped by Manitoba forest fire

    The Red Cross says more than 1,500 people have been evacuated from four remote communities, including the Indigenous community of Little Grand Rapids.

  • The refugees abandoning Europe
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    The refugees abandoning Europe

    These refugees have come all the way from Syria. Now they're smuggling themselves back.Zakariya has been living in Germany since he fled his home country. But he says integration has been difficult, and that his hosts view refugees as terrorists rather than Muslims.The BBC has followed him as he

  • Aecon deal blocked
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    Aecon deal blocked

    Dany Assaf, partner at the law firm Torys, on the federal government's blocking of the takeover of Aecon.

  • Trans Mountain issue
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    Trans Mountain issue

    Cenovus CEO Alex Pourbaix says Canada's inability to build pipelines is driving away energy investment.

  • Food confusion
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    Food confusion

    Sylvain Charlebois, Dalhousie University, on a study that found most Canadians want GMO products to have labels.

  • Imported medical pot
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    Imported medical pot

    Diane Scott is CEO of the Jamaican Medical Cannabis Collective.

  • Trump calls off North Korea summit
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    Trump calls off North Korea summit

    Donald Trump says he's waiting for Kim Jong-un to engage in 'constructive dialogue' after calling off North Korea summit.

  • Who says Americans don't know geography?
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    Who says Americans don't know geography?

    Almost three million students took part in the National Geographic Bee, but only two prevailed in the final round. Venkat Ranjan, 13, won the competition, along with a $50,000 (£37,000) college scholarship and a free trip to the Galapagos Islands.

  • France #MeToo: Standing up to street harassment
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    France #MeToo: Standing up to street harassment

    Women in the French city of Marseille talk about their experiences of sexual harassment in public spaces and how they deal with it.

  • Why is there a row about Galileo?
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    Why is there a row about Galileo?

    Britain may be denied full access to the EU's Galileo satellite navigation system on security grounds after Brexit. That could cost UK firms billions of pounds, and hundreds of hi-tech jobs.Video journalist: Jeremy Howell

  • Mike Pompeo reads aloud Donald Trump's letter cancelling the meeting with Kim Jong-un
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    Mike Pompeo reads aloud Donald Trump's letter cancelling the meeting with Kim Jong-un

    The secretary of state read the letter to the U.S. Senate foreign relations committee, announcing the president's June 12 meeting with the North Korean leader had been called off

  • Russian unit named by MH17 investigation
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    Russian unit named by MH17 investigation

    International investigators say a missile that brought down Flight MH17 came from a Russian military base near Kursk. The Malaysia Airlines jet was destroyed over eastern Ukraine in 2014 and all 298 people on board died.The investigators say they traced the route taken by a convoy carrying six Buk Telars

  • 'Everyone should be treated with dignity and fairness'
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    'Everyone should be treated with dignity and fairness'

    Adult film star Stormy Daniels has been given the key to the city of West Hollywood, which has also proclaimed 23 May as "Stormy Daniels Day".Ms Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, says she had an affair with US President Donald Trump over a decade ago, and has sued him over a non-disclosure

  • Police video shows NBA star being tasered
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    Police video shows NBA star being tasered

    Milwaukee police have released video of officers using a stun-gun on a basketball player over a parking violation.NBA player Sterling Brown was arrested and stunned in January after parking in a disabled space.Police chief Alfonso Morales apologised for his officers' behaviour after an internal investigation

  • Abortion: What do Ireland's women think?
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    Abortion: What do Ireland's women think?

    In Ireland on the 25th of May, voters will decide in a referendum whether they want to change their Constitution in regards to the country's regulation of abortion. It is a highly emotive and sensitive issue in the country enshrouded in silence and shame.The BBC's Nuala McGovern, who grew up

  • Bannon: MLK would be proud of Trump
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    Bannon: MLK would be proud of Trump

    Steve Bannon, once Donald Trump's top strategist, has told the BBC that civil rights icon Martin Luther King would be proud of the president's economic policies.The claim has been challenged by Dr King's family.

  • Could this man's window boxes get man to Chelsea?
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    Could this man's window boxes get man to Chelsea?

    This "urban garden" is slightly different from the usual million-pound show garden we see at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.But Rob Dicken from Wolverhampton thought they stood a chance, and so emailed the Royal Horticultural Society asking to be exhibited - and they responded.We arranged for

  • Five tricks for longer food freshness
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    Five tricks for longer food freshness

    How to make your perishables last longer than their recommended 'best before' date.