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Published in : 2017-06-08 | by CBC News: The National
Nearly 40 years after the Mediterranean island was divided into north and south, Cypriots caught in the​ ​dispute between Greece and Turkey are still without ...
Published in : 2016-08-10 | by CBC News: The National
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan is in Africa, looking for a place to commit Canadian troops. The dangers they face have never been more deadly. But not getting ...
Published in : 2016-03-30 | by CBC News: The National
A man hijacked a flight Tuesday from Egypt to Cyprus and threatened to blow it up. His explosives turned out to be fake, and he surrendered with all passengers ...
Published in : 2017-06-06 | by CBC News: The National
Sportscaster Scott Oake lost his son to drug addiction. Now he and his family are raising money to build a treatment facility to help Winnipeg's addicts.
Published in : 2015-11-03 | by CBC News: The National
Germany is straining to make space for refugees, as sheer numbers fuel a backlash. Nahlah Ayed looks at how it's playing out. Click here for the full story: ...
Published in : 2015-06-10 | by CBC News: The National
Six months after Canada's controversial prostitution bill came into effect, we take a closer look at the sex trade. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more ...
Published in : 2012-02-01 | by CBC News: The National
Keith Boag looks at how generous pensions are pushing some California cities towards bankruptcy.
Published in : 2017-10-30 | by CBC News: The National
Turkey's secular political system is fraying after years of democracy, as a wave of religious conservatism moves in. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more ...
Published in : 2018-07-25 | by CBC News: The National
Fires in Greece continue to rage on and have killed at least 74 people. With the fires spreading so fast, firefighters' efforts have focused more on rescuing people ...
Published in : 2017-06-05 | by CBC News: The National
From conservative politicians to famous comedians, a growing number of people are claiming free speech is under attack. So, what's driving the debate?