• Oscar nominations announced in Hollywood
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    Oscar nominations announced in Hollywood

    Toronto-shot The Shape of Water leads race with 13 nominations

  • The story of jazz legend Masekela
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    The story of jazz legend Masekela

    Legendary jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela, a leading figure in the struggle to end apartheid and "the father of South African jazz", has died aged 78.

  • Minnie Mouse finally gets Hollywood star
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    Minnie Mouse finally gets Hollywood star

    Fans and celebrities, including Katy Perry, turned out to honour Minnie Mouse.Her co-star Mickey Mouse was given a gold star 40 years ago.

  • Suffering continues in Eastern Ghouta
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    Suffering continues in Eastern Ghouta

    Since mid-November 2017, the estimated 393,000 people in Eastern Ghouta have been subjected to airstrikes, shelling and bombardment on an almost daily basis by government forces and their allies. The BBC has obtained shocking footage from the besieged area of Eastern Ghouta in Syria where 200 people

  • 'Mum got accommodation, not care'
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    'Mum got accommodation, not care'

    Andrea Dunlop said her mother was not given "any care, she really just got accommodation" at a sheltered housing residency.Hazel Smith's decomposed body was discovered in her flat in March 2017 after police were called to break down the door.Mrs Dunlop said it is not clear how her mother

  • Joey Barton speaks out about gambling addiction
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    Joey Barton speaks out about gambling addiction

    Former England player Joey Barton was banned by the Football Association in April 2017 for breaching betting rules.He told the Today programme he thinks he'll always be in recovery from the addiction.

  • Russia's Olympic punishment not enough says Dick Pound
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    Russia's Olympic punishment not enough says Dick Pound

    Russia's Olympic punishment is not enough according to Dick Pound, a senior member of the International Olympic Committee. Pound sent a highly critical, private letter to the IOC president, explaining why he believes the committee is letting Russia off easy for widespread, state-sponsored doping.

  • Hurt, healing and hope: The pain of losing a daughter
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    Hurt, healing and hope: The pain of losing a daughter

    Hurt, healing and hope are just some of the feelings an Indigenous family has dealt with following the death or disappearance of a daughter. Louisa Lafferty is just one of 1,200 or so Indigenous women across Canada who've had to live for years with the pain of losing a daughter. CBC News is following

  • Trudeau's gender-equal budgeting challenge
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    Trudeau's gender-equal budgeting challenge

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a challenge to develop a gender-equal budget that will help improve the lives of women. Both Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau are in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum and both will be bringing their message of gender equity and budgeting. Canada

  • Pence's Israel visit appears to further divide region
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    Pence's Israel visit appears to further divide region

    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's visit to Israel appears to have divided the region even further. Pence told the Israeli parliament Washington will move its embassy to Jerusalem ahead of schedule. Arab members of the Knesset heckled Pence — and were escorted out

  • Amazon's new store
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    Amazon's new store

    Renee Filippone reports on Amazon's new high-tech, checkout-free grocery store

  • Slain teenager's brother: Death leaves a void in our hearts
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    Slain teenager's brother: Death leaves a void in our hearts

    The brother of a teenager who died after being hit by a stray bullet in Vancouver earlier this month, says the death has left a void in his family's hearts. Wilfred Wong says his family is still in shock. Police believe 15-year-old Alfred Wong was the innocent victim of a targeted shooting, but haven

  • U.S. government set to restart — for now
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    U.S. government set to restart — for now

    U.S. lawmakers have reached a deal to end a government shutdown — for now. The temporary funding agreement passed today by Congress will be revisited in three weeks when it expires, meaning another shutdown could be on the horizon. Democrats in the senate agreed to put the standoff on hold after Republicans

  • Who is Princess Eugenie?
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    Who is Princess Eugenie?

    Here's all you need to know about the latest member of the Royal family to announce their engagement.

  • The Roundup
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    The Roundup

    Walid Hejazi of the Rotman School of Management on some of the day's top stories

  • Global inequality
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    Global inequality

    Sheila Block of The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives on Oxfam's new report on wealth gap

  • NAFTA talks
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    NAFTA talks

    Kristelle Audet of The Conference Board of Canada on NAFTA negotiations entering a pivotal moment

  • 5 missing after massive explosion at Oklahoma oil rig
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    5 missing after massive explosion at Oklahoma oil rig

    Aerial video shows fires burning out of control

  • 'Trump the dealmaker sat on sidelines'
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    'Trump the dealmaker sat on sidelines'

    Top Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer blames President Trump for failing to stop the US government shutdown.

  • Crafty crows make hunting tools
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    Crafty crows make hunting tools

    Tool-making crows have allowed us to see the first foundations of a technological breakthrough.New Caledonian crows spontaneously make hooks out of plant material, using them to "fish" for grubs and spiders.

  • Kinshasa's 'vanishing' road
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    Kinshasa's 'vanishing' road

    This road, in the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, is part of a decade-old deal between the government and Chinese investors. They're given tax-free mineral rights in exchange for billions of dollars' worth of loans for public works. But many of these projects remain unfinished. Motorcyclist

  • Philippines' Albay volcano may be on verge of massive eruption
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    Philippines' Albay volcano may be on verge of massive eruption

    Heavy clouds of smoke and ash currently spewing from site

  • US 'run by some idiots', Republican says
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    US 'run by some idiots', Republican says

    Alabama Republican Senator John Kennedy says the US was "founded by geniuses, but it's being run by some idiots".

  • Pence interrupted in Israel parliament
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    Pence interrupted in Israel parliament

    US Vice-President Mike Pence said the US embassy would move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem before the end of 2019 - far earlier than had been expected.But the controversial move did not sit well with some Arab MPs, who protested against US policy.

  • Euphoric fans witness Weah inauguration
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    Euphoric fans witness Weah inauguration

    The BBC's Tamasin Ford is among the estimated 35,000 Liberians to witness ex-footballer George Weah being sworn in as president.