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1450261

Baltimore removes Confederate monuments overnight

2017-08-16
07:59 Uhr
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Work crews take down four Confederate monuments in Baltimore, Md., overnight into Wednesday, days after white nationalists led a deadly protest over the planned removal of a Confederate statue in Charlottesville, Va.
1450260

Kenya suspends action against rights groups following raid

2017-08-16
06:34 Uhr
cbc.ca
The Kenyan government orders the immediate suspension of moves to shut down two rights groups that have raised concerns over last week´s election, following a raid by police and tax authorities.
1450263

Nearly 400 bodies recovered from Sierra Leone mudslide, 600 still missing

2017-08-16
05:14 Uhr
cbc.ca
Rescue workers have recovered nearly 400 bodies from a mudslide in the outskirts of Sierra Leone´s capital Freetown, the chief coroner said on Tuesday, as morgues struggled to find space for all the dead.
1450259

For or against? Business leaders feel forced to take a stand on Trump: Don Pittis

2017-08-16
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
Extremist views are forcing business leaders to take a stand on whether to support Trump — part of a growing U.S. polarization that may prove dangerous.
1450262

Chinese, Indian troops reportedly brawl in disputed border area

2017-08-16
03:58 Uhr
cbc.ca
Indian and Chinese soldiers were involved in an altercation in the western Himalayas on Tuesday, Indian sources said, further raising tensions between the two countries which are already locked in a two-month standoff in another part of the disputed border.
1449668

LeBron James calls out ´so-called president" Trump

2017-08-15
22:27 Uhr
cbc.ca
LeBron James swiped at President Trump on Tuesday, calling him the ´so-called president" while calling for unity in light of the Charlottesville tragedy.
1449664

"No moral equivalence": Both parties denounce Trump´s Charlottesville comments

2017-08-15
22:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
Republican and Democratic lawmakers are reacting to U.S. President Donald Trump´s latest comments on the violence over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va.
1449666

Trump says "alt-left" also to blame for Charlottesville violence

2017-08-15
16:30 Uhr
cbc.ca
A combative U.S. President Donald Trump insisted Tuesday ´there is blame on both sides" for the deadly violence on the weekend in Charlottesville, Va., appearing to once again equate the actions of white nationalist groups and those protesting them.
1449667

Despite Charlottesville violence, U.S. cities vow to remove Confederate statues

2017-08-15
15:56 Uhr
cbc.ca
Undeterred by violence over the planned removal of a Confederate statue in Charlottesville, Va., municipal leaders in cities across the U.S. said this week they would step up efforts to pull such monuments from public spaces.
1450264

Boko Haram suicide bombers kill at least 20 in market attack

2017-08-15
15:17 Uhr
cbc.ca
Boko Haram suicide bombers attacked a camp for internally displaced people and a nearby market in a northeastern Nigeria village Tuesday, killing at least 20 people, a local official said Tuesday.
1449669

Suicide bombers kill at least 27 in Nigeria

2017-08-15
15:17 Uhr
cbc.ca
Suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers killed at least 27 people and wounded 83 in northeast Nigeria on Tuesday, local sources said.
1449038

Militias a "chilling" presence at rallies but few signs of violence, so far

2017-08-15
11:43 Uhr
cbc.ca
Armed groups of private citizens have increasingly been taking on a security function at public events where the possibility of violent protest exists, including at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va. They say their aim is to uphold the U.S. Constitution.
1449039

Amazon warns about counterfeit eclipse glasses

2017-08-15
11:15 Uhr
cbc.ca
Amazon is contacting customers who may have bought defective knockoff glasses on its website thinking they could protect their eyes during the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.
1449037

Falling tree kills at least 12 at Portuguese island festival

2017-08-15
10:04 Uhr
cbc.ca
Portuguese authorities say a tree that fell during a popular religious festival on the island of Madeira killed at least 12 people.
1449665

Falling tree kills 13 at Portuguese island festival

2017-08-15
10:04 Uhr
cbc.ca
Portuguese authorities say a tree that fell during a popular religious festival on the island of Madeira killed at least 13 people.
1449040

3 aid workers fatally shot in Afghanistan

2017-08-15
09:37 Uhr
cbc.ca
Three Afghan aid workers employed by Catholic Relief Services were gunned down and killed in central Afghanistan, officials said on Tuesday.
1448341

Social media posts aim to expose white nationalists

2017-08-15
08:03 Uhr
cbc.ca
A Twitter account dedicated to calling out racism is identifying people who attended the weekend rally in Charlottesville, Va. — using photos culled from the news and social media and listing their places of employment and other information.
1448344

Protesters pull down Confederate monument

2017-08-15
07:26 Uhr
cbc.ca
Protesters in North Carolina topple a nearly century-old statue of a Confederate soldier at a rally against racism.
1448347

Death toll in South Asia flooding rises to 245

2017-08-15
06:58 Uhr
cbc.ca
The death toll in flooding and landslides that devastated parts of northern India, southern Nepal and Bangladesh over the past few days rises to 245, with millions others displaced.
1449041

More than 300 bodies recovered from Sierra Leone mudslide

2017-08-15
06:44 Uhr
cbc.ca
Rescue workers recover hundreds of bodies after a mudslide on the outskirts of Sierra Leone´s capital of Freetown as the search continues for more.
1448346

270 bodies recovered from Sierra Leone mudslide

2017-08-15
06:44 Uhr
cbc.ca
Rescue workers recover 270 bodies from a mudslide on the outskirts of Sierra Leone´s capital of Freetown as the search continues for more.
1448342

Feud erupts between Australia, New Zealand over "utter nonsense" dual citizenship claim

2017-08-15
04:37 Uhr
cbc.ca
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop accused New Zealand´s opposition Labour Party of conspiring to undermine her government, a claim New Zealand lawmakers said was misguided.
1448343

Accused in Charlottesville attack allegedly threatened his mother with knife, assaulted her

2017-08-15
04:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
James Fields, Jr.´s mother Samantha Bloom repeatedly called police for violent incidents in 2010 and 2011. One of those instances involved Fields threatening her with a 30-cm knife, and others were allegedly over Fields" affinity for video games.
1448348

U.S. militia supporter arrested in plot reminiscent of Oklahoma City bombing

2017-08-15
01:29 Uhr
cbc.ca
A 23-year-old man attempted to detonate what he believed was an explosives-laden van outside an Oklahoma bank in a plot similar to the deadly 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building, authorities said.
1447763

Both Korean leaders, U.S. signal turn to diplomacy amid missile crisis

2017-08-15
00:57 Uhr
cbc.ca
Both Koreas and the U.S. signalled their willingness to avert a deepening crisis Tuesday, with each suggesting a path toward negotiations.
1448349

CEOs of Intel, Merck, Under Armour abandon White House council after Charlottesville

2017-08-14
23:55 Uhr
cbc.ca
The CEOs of athletic wear manufacturer Under Armour, computer chip maker Intel and pharmaceutical company Merck resigned Monday from the White House´s American Manufacturing Council.
1447762

CEOs of Intel, Merck, Under Armour all abandon White House council after Charlottesville

2017-08-14
23:55 Uhr
cbc.ca
The CEOs of athletic wear manufacturer Under Armour, computer chip maker Intel and pharmaceutical company Merck resigned Monday from the White House´s American Manufacturing Council.
1448345

Former Toronto teacher and Montreal-based volunteer killed in Burkina Faso attack

2017-08-14
18:05 Uhr
cbc.ca
CBC News has confirmed the identities of two Canadian citizens killed Sunday after gunmen opened fire on a popular restaurant in the capital of the West African country of Burkina Faso.
1447766

13-year-old girl killed by car ramming into pizzeria near Paris

2017-08-14
16:10 Uhr
cbc.ca
A man who may have been trying to kill himself rammed his car into a pizzeria east of Paris on Monday, killing a 13-year-old girl and injuring her younger brother and at least 11 others, authorities said.
1447143

Hundreds feared dead in Sierra Leone mudslide

2017-08-14
10:57 Uhr
cbc.ca
More than 200 people were killed and many more are feared dead after a mudslide struck the outskirts of Sierra Leone´s capital Freetown on Monday.
1447765

More than 200 killed in Sierra Leone mudslide

2017-08-14
10:57 Uhr
cbc.ca
More than 200 people were killed and many more are feared dead after a mudslide struck the outskirts of Sierra Leone´s capital Freetown on Monday.
1447145

Taylor Swift trial: Lawyers set to make closing arguments

2017-08-14
09:52 Uhr
cbc.ca
Lawyers will be making closing arguments Monday in a trial concerning allegations that a former radio host groped Taylor Swift during a photo op before a concert in Denver, and as to whether the singer´s mother and her radio liaison later set out to destroy his career.
1447764

Taylor Swift wins in groping lawsuit against radio DJ

2017-08-14
09:52 Uhr
cbc.ca
Taylor Swift has won long-awaited vindication after a jury decided that a radio host groped her during a pre-concert photo op four years ago.
1447144

Trump attacks Merck exec for quitting council over Charlottesville

2017-08-14
09:26 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump chides the CEO of Merck after his resignation from a presidential council to protest against the violence in Charlottesville, Va.
1447147

Trump denounces "hatred, bigotry" after deadly Charlottesville white nationalist rally

2017-08-14
09:20 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump denounces racist violence in Charlottesville, Va., hours after a man was denied bail Monday on charges he plowed his car into opponents to a white nationalist rally on the weekend, killing a woman and injuring 19.
1447767

Trump bows to pressure, calls neo-Nazis and KKK criminals

2017-08-14
09:20 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump denounced the racist violence in Charlottesville, Va., hours after a man was denied bail Monday on charges he drove his car into opponents at a white nationalist rally on the weekend, killing a woman and injuring 19.
1447148

India restores hospital´s oxygen supply after deaths

2017-08-14
08:04 Uhr
cbc.ca
Indian health authorities deliver oxygen to a public hospital where 63 people have died of encephalitis in recent days, nearly half of them children, as it ran out of medical supplies because of unpaid bills, triggering public outrage.
1446496

Monsoon flooding kills at least 160 across South Asia

2017-08-14
07:30 Uhr
cbc.ca
Landslides and floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains have killed at least 160 people in recent days and displaced millions more across northern India, southern Nepal and Bangladesh.
1446494

Sanctions present Russian cheesemakers with Gouda opportunity

2017-08-14
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
Thanks to Western sanctions, Russian cheese producers have celebrated three strong years of growth, but economists warn the rest of the economy is suffering.
1446493

"Not the Charlottesville I know": Residents chase away white supremacist after deadly rally

2017-08-14
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
James Kessler was met with shouts of "go home, Nazi" and "murderer" in front of Charlottesville, Va., city hall as he tried to hold a press conference Sunday, a day after leading a rally of white nationalists that left one counter-protester dead and others wounded. Residents are on the road to healing, and want everyone to know that Kessler doesn´t represent their community.
1447146

2 Canadians among 18 killed in Burkina Faso attack

2017-08-14
02:15 Uhr
cbc.ca
Two Canadians are among 18 killed in a suspected extremist attack on a popular restaurant in the capital of the west African country of Burkina Faso.
1446495

Attack at restaurant in Burkina Faso capital kills at least 18

2017-08-14
02:15 Uhr
cbc.ca
Suspected extremists opened fire at a restaurant in the capital of Burkina Faso late Sunday, killing at least 18 people in the second such attack on a spot popular with foreigners in the last two years.
1445920

Guam popular with tourists despite North-Korea-U.S. tensions

2017-08-13
18:21 Uhr
cbc.ca
The island´s sandy beaches and aquamarine waters make it a popular getaway for visitors from Japan and South Korea.
1445922

Insecure, Curb Your Enthusiasm among upcoming shows leaked by HBO hackers

2017-08-13
17:05 Uhr
cbc.ca
The hackers who broke into HBO´s computer network have released more unaired episodes, including several from the highly anticipated return of Curb Your Enthusiasm, which debuts in October.
1445917

Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer remembered for a life "all about equality"

2017-08-13
16:59 Uhr
cbc.ca
The 32-year-old paralegal, who wanted to send a clear message to the neo-Nazis and KKK sympathizers that had gathered in her city, died when a car plowed into a crowd in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday.
1445923

Drunk American tourist beaten up for giving Nazi salutes in Germany

2017-08-13
16:40 Uhr
cbc.ca
Police say a drunken American man was punched by a passer-by as he gave the stiff-armed Nazi salute multiple times in downtown Dresden.
1445921

Kuwait battles oil spill in Persian Gulf waters

2017-08-13
15:12 Uhr
cbc.ca
Kuwait battled Sunday to control an oil spill of unknown origin that stained its beaches, threatened to damage power plants and water stations and left long black slicks in the Persian Gulf.
1445372

U.K. model ´terrified beyond words" during kidnapping

2017-08-13
11:26 Uhr
cbc.ca
A British model who was allegedly abducted in Italy has said she understands why people may doubt her story, but insists she was ´terrified" and certain she would die during the ordeal.
1444791

Former Somali insurgent leader defects to government

2017-08-13
08:09 Uhr
cbc.ca
A former Somali insurgent leader, Mukhtar Robow Abu Mansur, has defected to the government, a military official said on Sunday, severing ties with Islamist group al-Shabaab.
1444789

Floods, landslides triggered by heavy rain kill 47 in Nepal

2017-08-13
07:53 Uhr
cbc.ca
Landslides and flooding triggered by heavy rain have killed at least 47 people in southern Nepal and left thousands homeless.
1445370

Trump faulted for not singling out white supremacists after Virginia clashes

2017-08-13
07:30 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump is drawing criticism from Republicans and Democrats for not explicitly denouncing white supremacists in the aftermath of violent clashes in Virginia.
1445919

White House says Trump´s condemnation of Virginia clashes includes white supremacists

2017-08-13
07:30 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump is drawing criticism from Republicans and Democrats for not explicitly denouncing white supremacists in the aftermath of violent clashes in Virginia. But the White House is defending his statement.
1444788

"There is no place for you here," Virginia governor tells white nationalists

2017-08-13
07:30 Uhr
cbc.ca
The college town of Charlottesville, Va., is quiet this morning after two days of rallies between pro-white demonstrators and counter-protesters turned deadly, with a motorist ramming a car into a crowd.
1444790

Australia´s same-sex marriage mail-in survey faces high court challenge

2017-08-13
07:11 Uhr
cbc.ca
Australia is preparing to ask citizens whether the country should legalize same-sex marriage, but there are deep divisions within the country and a legal hurdle.
1445371

Kim Jong-un views nuclear weapons as a way to escape fate of Saddam and Gadhafi

2017-08-13
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
Most experts agree that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un´s No. 1 goal is self-preservation. That means, in his mind, pursuit of nuclear weapons and a missile program is the best way to stave off any attempts by the U.S. to overthrow the regime.
1445918

Kim Jong-un sees nuclear weapons as a matter of survival for his regime

2017-08-13
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
Most experts agree that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un´s No. 1 goal is self-preservation. That means, in his mind, pursuit of nuclear weapons and a missile program is the best way to stave off any attempts by the U.S. to overthrow the regime.
1444281

Taylor Swift´s testimony about groping a "useful template" for women, expert says

2017-08-12
17:57 Uhr
cbc.ca
Taylor Swift´s testimony in a civil trial this week involving a former radio host who allegedly groped her is sending a strong message to women who might experience similar forms of sexual harassment and assault.
1444279

Civil rights probe launched after car fatally hits protester at white nationalist rally

2017-08-12
12:35 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. officials have opened a civil rights investigation after a car plowed into a crowd of people peacefully protesting a white nationalist rally on Saturday in a Virginia college town, killing a 32-year-old woman.
1443754

Protesters clash in Virginia ahead of white nationalist rally

2017-08-12
12:35 Uhr
cbc.ca
White nationalists have clashed with counter-protesters on the Charlottesville campus of the University of Virginia, amid plans to remove a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee.
1443759

35 children die in north Indian hospital in 3 days

2017-08-12
08:20 Uhr
cbc.ca
Parents of at least 35 children who have died in a hospital in northern India over the past three days have alleged that the fatalities were due to the lack of oxygen supply in the children´s ward.
1443186

Kenya election results spark scattered protests

2017-08-12
07:52 Uhr
cbc.ca
Kenyan police shot and killed two people during riots by opposition supporters after President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared the winner in elections overshadowed by fraud allegations, authorities said Saturday, while a father said his 9-year-old daughter was killed by a stray bullet in the capital.
1443756

Death toll rises amid Kenya´s rioting over disputed vote

2017-08-12
07:52 Uhr
cbc.ca
Kenya´s post-election violence worsened Saturday as police used tear gas on a convoy of opposition officials in the capital and a mortuary official said nine bodies with gunshot wounds were brought to a Nairobi morgue from a slum that´s an opposition stronghold.
1444280

Usain Bolt pulls up injured in men´s 4x100m relay final

2017-08-12
06:39 Uhr
cbc.ca
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt pulled up injured in his final 4x100-metre relay, allowing Great Britain to claim gold in Saturday´s final at the world championships in London, England.
1443188

About 200,000 contaminated eggs have been eaten, says French agriculture ministry

2017-08-12
06:28 Uhr
cbc.ca
About 200,000 eggs contaminated with an insecticide have been eaten by French consumers, according to the French agriculture ministry on Friday.
1443189

Yisrael Kristal, world´s oldest man and Holocaust survivor, dies at 113

2017-08-12
05:43 Uhr
cbc.ca
Israeli media are reporting that the world´s oldest man, who lived through both world wars and survived the Holocaust, has died a month short of his 114th birthday.
1443187

Chinese president says peaceful resolution needed for North Korea nuclear issue

2017-08-12
05:25 Uhr
cbc.ca
A peaceful resolution of the North Korean nuclear issue is needed, Chinese President Xi Jinping told U.S. President Donald Trump in a telephone call on Saturday, and called on the "relevant side" to exercise restraint, state television said.
1443760

China´s Xi calls for calm after Trump says U.S. is "locked and loaded"

2017-08-12
05:25 Uhr
cbc.ca
Chinese President Xi Jinping made a plea for cool-headedness over escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea in a phone conversation with U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday, urging both sides to avoid words or actions that could worsen the situation.
1443758

"Don´t disrupt" relationship with Canada, Nebraska governor tells Trump administration

2017-08-12
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, the first member of the billionaire baseball family to publicly support Donald Trump´s campaign for president, says he´s telling the U.S. administration to not ruin the trading relationship many states like his have with Canada.
1443757

An inconvenient truth: We could be fighting about climate change for a while yet

2017-08-12
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
Significant progress has been made in the decade since Al Gore´s first film, but the future of the planet is not nearly assured. For that matter, even the future of Canadian climate policy feels something less than settled.
1443755

Odds of a North Korea nuclear "nightmare" are slim, but here´s what to watch for

2017-08-12
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
To anyone fearing nuclear warfare following the radioactive rhetoric of U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, take comfort: None of the hallmarks of impending military conflict is visible. Not yet, at least.
1442669

New Hampshire hospital operating room evacuated after complaints of dizziness, nausea

2017-08-11
15:59 Uhr
cbc.ca
Nineteen staff members from a New Hampshire hospital operating room that was evacuated because of an unknown odour have been evaluated after some complained of dizziness and nausea.
1442667

Uhuru Kenyatta declared winner of Kenya election

2017-08-11
15:41 Uhr
cbc.ca
Uhuru Kenyatta has been re-elected as president in Kenya, the electoral commission in the East African country announced Friday evening, but the opposition has said it will not accept the result.
1442668

Video shows crash landing of car´s 7-storey plunge from Texas parking garage

2017-08-11
14:57 Uhr
cbc.ca
Police in Austin, Texas, have released surveillance video showing a car plunging seven storeys from a downtown parking garage and striking another vehicle as it lands in an alley.
1442104

2 trains collide in Egypt, killing at least 36

2017-08-11
10:04 Uhr
cbc.ca
Two trains collide in Alexandria, Egypt, killing at least 36 people and injuring more than 100, according to officials.
1442106

"Steady deterioration" in Gaza conditions, UN official says

2017-08-11
09:56 Uhr
cbc.ca
A political crisis in Gaza is depriving two million people of electricity, vital medical care and clean water in sweltering summer temperatures, the UN human rights office said on Friday.
1442105

The wrong guy? Suspect denies being jogger who pushed woman in front of bus

2017-08-11
09:53 Uhr
cbc.ca
​Lawyers for an American investment banker arrested on suspicion of pushing a woman into the path of a London bus say he had nothing to do with it.
1442670

Lawmakers want criminal probe of stinky wastewater near base of Niagara Falls

2017-08-11
09:42 Uhr
cbc.ca
The Niagara County legislature asks for investigations by the New York state attorney general, the Niagara County district attorney and the federal Environmental Protection Agency.
1441470

U.S. arsenal "locked and loaded," Trump warns North Korea

2017-08-11
07:51 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump issues another warning to North Korea with a reference to American weapons as being "locked and loaded."
1441472

Anxious about nuclear war in the Trump era? You"re not alone

2017-08-11
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump´s avowal to unleash "fire and fury" on North Korea has raised the spectre of a nuclear confrontation between the countries, ratcheting up public anxiety. But psychologists say that anxiety is perfectly normal.
1441469

"Get out of the way": Counterterrorism boot camp aims to give Middle East tourists survival lessons

2017-08-11
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
An Israeli security company attracts visitors from around the world to take part in a counterterrorism boot camp, where they experience simulated attacks, writes the CBC’s Derek Stoffel.
1441473

Long-distance bus crash in China kills at least 36

2017-08-11
04:02 Uhr
cbc.ca
A long-distance passenger bus crashed into the wall of an expressway tunnel in China´s northwest, killing at least 36 people and injuring 13 others, official media reported Friday.
1440896

Google CEO cancels diversity town hall after staff questions leak

2017-08-11
00:52 Uhr
cbc.ca
Sundar Pichai has cancelled an internal town hall meant to address gender discrimination on Thursday after employee questions for management began to leak online.
1440894

CNN cuts ties with commentator Jeffrey Lord for "Sieg Heil!" tweet

2017-08-10
23:17 Uhr
cbc.ca
Lord was involved in a bitter social media exchange and said he was "mocking Nazis and fascists" in the post.
1440898

Venezuela´s Maduro makes offer to meet with Trump

2017-08-10
17:30 Uhr
cbc.ca
President Nicolas Maduro want to meet his U.S. counterpart, while a fifth opposition mayor in Venezuela has been removed from his post and ordered under arrest in a continuing crackdown on Maduro´s adversaries.
1440902

The Pollcast: Trump´s drooping popularity and the 2018 midterms

2017-08-10
16:19 Uhr
cbc.ca
Donald Trump´s popularity has hit historic lows, but will it have an impact on his ability to govern and for the Republicans to hold on to Congress in 2018? FiveThirtyEight´s Harry Enten joins Pollcast host Éric Grenier to break it down.
1442107

A look at the North Korean missiles that could hit Guam

2017-08-10
16:11 Uhr
cbc.ca
Analysts believe North Korea has several missiles in its arsenal capable of reaching the Pacific island, which Pyongyang has regularly threatened because of its U.S. military bases.
1440901

Trump declares opioid abuse a national emergency in U.S.

2017-08-10
15:22 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump declares the opioid crisis a national emergency .
1440895

Trump escalates "fire and fury" threat to North Korea

2017-08-10
15:12 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump says that perhaps his "fire and fury" warning to North Korea "wasn´t tough enough."
1440267

U.S. State Department briefing LIVE

2017-08-10
14:30 Uhr
cbc.ca
1440899

Canadian pastor´s release from North Korean prison result of long diplomatic negotiation: source

2017-08-10
14:15 Uhr
cbc.ca
The release of a Canadian pastor held in a North Korean prison for more than two years was the result of a long negotiation between Canada and North Korea, CBC News has learned.
1440264

Swede held for years in Mali says he doesn´t believe countries should pay ransoms

2017-08-10
13:40 Uhr
cbc.ca
Two men released from al-Qaeda captivity after six years in northern Mali made their first public appearances Thursday, recounting their ordeals and saying they were not clear whether any ransom was paid.
1440897

Canadians in Cuba were also treated for hearing loss, Ottawa says amid U.S. probe of possible attack

2017-08-10
13:15 Uhr
cbc.ca
Global Affairs Canada has confirmed at least one Canadian diplomat in Cuba and the diplomat´s family were treated in hospital after suffering headaches and hearing loss. The information comes a day after the U.S. said it believed its diplomats had been targeted with a sonic device.
1440269

"Guess this is what freedom looks like:" Chelsea Manning poses in swimsuit for Vogue

2017-08-10
13:13 Uhr
cbc.ca
Chelsea Manning posed in a red one-piece swimsuit for a new Vogue magazine article about her.
1440900

"Guess this is what freedom looks like": Chelsea Manning poses in swimsuit for Vogue

2017-08-10
13:13 Uhr
cbc.ca
Chelsea Manning posed in a red one-piece swimsuit for a new Vogue magazine article about her.
1440265

Taylor Swift testifies: "It was a definite grab. A very long grab"

2017-08-10
11:35 Uhr
cbc.ca
Taylor Swift testified Thursday that a former radio DJ reached under her skirt and intentionally grabbed her backside during a meet-and-a-greet photo session before a 2013 concert in Denver.
1440271

Thousands more possibly tainted eggs found in Britain

2017-08-10
10:39 Uhr
cbc.ca
British Food Standards Agency says it´s likely that the number of eggs that have come to the UK is closer to 700,000 than the 21,000 officials previously believed had been imported.
1440273

New Orleans water-pumping system fails in midst of rainy forecast

2017-08-10
10:38 Uhr
cbc.ca
As a water-pumping system continues to malfunction, the mayor of New Orleans is urging residents in some of the city´s already-soaked neighbourhoods to move their vehicles to higher ground.
1440903

New Orleans water woes: Flooding after heavy rains, pump system malfunctions

2017-08-10
10:38 Uhr
cbc.ca
Louisiana´s governor declared a state of emergency in New Orleans on Thursday as the city´s malfunctioning water-pumping system and the threat of more rain left some neighbourhoods at greater risk of flooding.
1440272

Jogger arrested after woman pushed in front of London bus

2017-08-10
10:29 Uhr
cbc.ca
British police arrest a 50-year-old jogger on suspicion of knocking a woman into the path of a bus on a busy west London street earlier this year.
1440268

International monitors cautiously optimistic about Kenya election process

2017-08-10
09:03 Uhr
cbc.ca
International observers on Thursday praised the handling of Kenya´s presidential election, with the European Union mission saying it had seen no sign of manipulation despite opposition complaints and scattered protests.
1440266

Star Wars set decorator who "cobbled together" props reflects on film 40 years later

2017-08-10
06:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
Forty years after Star Wars first captivated moviegoers around the world, the film´s set decorator still marvels over the challenges he faced trying to create a spaceship, weapons, droids and a Death Star, all on a shoestring budget.
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Tim Hortons is hiring to feed "huge" U.K. expansion, job postings say

2017-08-10
05:00 Uhr
cbc.ca
According to current job postings, Tim Hortons is ramping up its global expansion by opening new locations in Scotland, South Wales and Greater Manchester. Meanwhile, the coffee giant is experiencing slumping sales at home.
1439602

Peru fears Venezuela headed toward possible civil war, foreign minister warns

2017-08-10
03:41 Uhr
cbc.ca
"Our fear is that you really have a low-intensity civil war, which would produce a humanitarian crisis of great proportions," said Ricardo Luna.
1439604

Franklin weakens to tropical storm after making landfall as hurricane

2017-08-10
03:28 Uhr
cbc.ca
Franklin has weakened to a tropical storm as it moves farther inland over eastern Mexico.
1440270

U.S. says its diplomats in Cuba were attacked with advanced sonic weapon

2017-08-09
20:10 Uhr
cbc.ca
After months of investigation, U.S. officials concluded that their diplomats in Havana had been attacked with an advanced sonic weapon that operated outside the range of audible sound.
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U.S. says its diplomats in Cuba attacked with advanced sonic weapon

2017-08-09
20:10 Uhr
cbc.ca
After months of investigation, U.S. officials concluded that their diplomats in Havana had been attacked with an advanced sonic weapon that operated outside the range of audible sound.
1439005

Fact check - Trump´s unjustified boast about U.S. nuclear arsenal

2017-08-09
19:14 Uhr
cbc.ca
U.S. President Donald Trump´s tweet Wednesday that America´s nuclear arsenal is "now stronger and more powerful than ever before" is debatable. His claim of the credit is entirely unjustified.
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Venezuela´s democracy under threat

2017-08-09
19:06 Uhr
cbc.ca
Critics of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro fear his latest clampdown on opponents and the creation of a new legislative body threaten the country´s 60-year-old democracy
1439001

Lawsuit opposes Trump´s ban on transgender military service

2017-08-09
18:46 Uhr
cbc.ca
Two U.S. LGBT-rights organizations filed a lawsuit in federal court Wednesday seeking to block implementation of President Donald Trump´s Twitter directive banning transgender people from serving in the military.
1439007

Music therapy may not lead to big benefits for kids with autism

2017-08-09
18:12 Uhr
cbc.ca
Children with autism spectrum disorder don´t benefit from the addition of music therapy on top of their usual treatments, an international clinical trial suggests.
1439004

Canadian co-author of U.S. climate report says findings "flatly contradict" Trump administration

2017-08-09
17:50 Uhr
cbc.ca
A Canadian scientist who helped author an exhaustive U.S. draft report on climate change says the study makes it clear dramatic action is needed to stop global temperatures from rising, but that her team has no idea how the Trump administration will react to it.
1439603

Ottawa confirms release of ailing Canadian pastor imprisoned in North Korea

2017-08-09
17:28 Uhr
cbc.ca
The prime minister´s decision to dispatch an envoy was critical to securing the release of a Canadian pastor imprisoned in North Korea, says a Canadian with knowledge of the case.
1438998

How Canada secured the release of ailing pastor imprisoned in North Korea

2017-08-09
17:28 Uhr
cbc.ca
The prime minister´s decision to dispatch an envoy was critical to securing the release of a Canadian pastor imprisoned in North Korea, says a Canadian with knowledge of the case.
1439003

In Trump´s war of words with North Korea, de-escalation is still an option

2017-08-09
17:19 Uhr
cbc.ca
It might turn out to be all smoke, no "fire and fury." One way or another, experts say America´s best way forward after U.S. President Donald Trump´s extraordinary warning to North Korea is to dial back the apocalyptic language and reopen communication.
1439002

Smugglers "deliberately drown" up to 50 migrants off Yemen, UN says

2017-08-09
16:29 Uhr
cbc.ca
Up to 50 migrants from Somalia and Ethiopia were "deliberately drowned" when a smuggler forced them into the sea off Yemen´s coast, the U.N. migration agency said Wednesday.
1438353

Springsteen reveals details of 2-month stand at Broadway theatre

2017-08-09
11:42 Uhr
cbc.ca
The Boss is coming to Broadway.
1438343

FBI executed search warrant at former Trump campaign chairman´s home

2017-08-09
11:09 Uhr
cbc.ca
FBI agents have searched one of the homes of U.S. President Donald Trump´s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, whose past foreign political work has been swept into the investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
1438348

Google engineer who wrote anti-diversity memo weighs legal options after firing

2017-08-09
10:57 Uhr
cbc.ca
Former Google engineer James Damore, who was fired over a memo he wrote about gender differences, said Tuesday he´s exploring all his legal options and has already filed a labour complaint in the U.S. over his treatment.
1438347

U.S. pitch to increase Canada´s duty-free online shopping limit a sticking point in NAFTA talks

2017-08-09
10:23 Uhr
cbc.ca
A U.S. proposal for Mexico and Canada to vastly raise the value of online purchases that can be imported duty free from stores like Amazon.com and eBay is emerging as a flashpoint in an upcoming renegotiation of the NAFTA trade deal.
1438342

U.S. secretary of state says no "imminent" North Korea threat despite rhetoric

2017-08-09
09:51 Uhr
cbc.ca
Donald Trump declares the U.S. nuclear arsenal "far stronger and more powerful than ever before," even as his top diplomat Rex Tillerson worked to calm the North Korea crisis by insisting there wasn´t "any imminent threat" from Kim Jong-un´s regime.

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