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12-year-old dies in Russian Roulette; murder charges brought in Mississippi
A 12-year-old boy is dead after playing Russian Roulette with peers in Jackson, Miss., police say.
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Kim Jong Un says North Korea's goal is for world's strongest nuclear force
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country's ultimate goal is to possess the world's most powerful nuclear force, as he promoted dozens of military officers involved in the recent launch of North Korea's largest ballistic missile, state media reported on Sunday.
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More anti-COVID protests in China triggered by deadly fire
Protests against China's restrictive COVID-19 measures appeared to roil in a number of cities Saturday night, in displays of public defiance fanned by anger over a deadly fire in the western Xinjiang region.
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All you need to know as Canada prepares for crunch clash against Croatia
In less than 24 hours, Canada returns to the men’s FIFA World Cup for its next group stage match against Croatia. CTVNews.ca takes a look at what you need to know ahead of the game on Sunday.
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2nd earthquake in as many days off Vancouver Island
A 4.8-magnitude earthquake shook homes on Vancouver Island Friday night, but no damage has been reported, according to Earthquakes Canada.
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Montreal to pay $3 million to protestors whose rights were violated by city police
The City of Montreal will pay more than $3 million to hundreds of protestors whose rights were violated by city police. The settlement will end eight long-running class action lawsuits against the city that allege participants in six protests were illegally arrested or detained by police and were unable to exercise other fundamental rights.
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Brazil shooter wore swastika, had planned attack for 2 years: Police
A former student armed with a semi-automatic pistol and a revolver who killed four people and wounded 12 in two schools in Brazil had a swastika pinned to his vest and had been planning the attacks for two years, police said.
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Canadian military would be 'challenged' to launch a large scale operation: Chief of the Defence Staff
Canada’s military forces are “ready” to meet their commitments should Russia’s war in Ukraine spread to NATO countries, but it would be a “challenge” to launch a larger scale operation in the long term, with ongoing personnel and equipment shortages, according to Chief of the Defence Staff, Gen. Wayne Eyre.
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New supply of children's medication still limited, pharmacist cautions
Canada is importing more children’s medication amid an unprecedented surge in demand, but the head of the Ontario Pharmacists’ Association warns that the supply will still need to be rationed if it’s going to last.
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Judge to decide on Florida face-biter insanity plea
A former college student who randomly killed a Florida couple in their garage six years ago and then chewed on one victim's face finally goes on trial Monday, with a judge deciding whether he goes to prison for life or to a mental hospital.
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A man went missing from a Carnival cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico. What happened next might well be a 'Thanksgiving miracle'
A passenger went missing from a Carnival cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico. Quick thinking and a 'miracle' saved the man's life.
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Iran leader praises force tasked with quashing protests
Iran's supreme leader praised paramilitary volunteers tasked with quashing dissent on Saturday in a televised address as dozens of eye doctors warned that a rising number of demonstrators have been blinded by security forces during anti-government protests.
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Irene Cara, '80s pop star behind 'Fame' and 'Flashdance' theme songs, dies at 63
Academy Award winner Irene Cara, best known for singing the theme songs for 'Fame" and 'Flashdance,' has died in her Florida home, according to a statement from her publicist made on behalf of the singer's family. She was 63.
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'Fame' and 'Flashdance' singer-actor Irene Cara dies at 63
Oscar, Golden Globe and two-time Grammy winning singer-actress Irene Cara, who starred and sang the title cut from the 1980 hit movie 'Fame' and then belted out the era-defining hit 'Flashdance ... What a Feeling' from 1983's 'Flashdance,' has died. She was 63.
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Ottawa commits $39.4M to support Indigenous languages in the North
The federal government says it is investing $39.4 million to support Indigenous languages in the territories.
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Xinjiang loosens some restrictions after lockdown protests
Authorities in China's western Xinjiang region opened up some neighborhoods in the capital of Urumqi on Saturday after residents held extraordinary late-night demonstrations against the city's draconian 'zero-COVID' lockdown that had lasted more than three months.
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Canada coach Herdman on Croatian tabloid: 'My wife's coming after you guys'
Canada had just lost its first World Cup match in 36 years, outplaying Belgium for much of a 1-0 defeat, and an emotional John Herdman revealed in the on-field interview what he had just told his players during a postgame huddle.
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Landslide leaves up to a dozen missing on Italian island
Heavy rainfall triggered landslides early Saturday on the southern Italian island of Ischia that collapsed buildings and left as many as 12 people missing.
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Ukraine works to restore water, power after Russian strikes
Ukrainian authorities endeavored Saturday to restore electricity and water services after recent pummeling by Russian military strikes that vastly damaged infrastructure, with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy saying millions have seen their power restored since blackouts swept the war-battered country days earlier.
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Civilians escape Kherson after Russian strikes on freed city
Fleeing shelling, hundreds of civilians on Saturday streamed out of the southern Ukrainian city whose recapture they had celebrated just weeks earlier.
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Day 7 at World Cup 2022: Australia topple Tunisia; Saudi aim high again; France, Denmark, Argentina, Mexico still to come
Lionel Messi’s Argentina face a crucial encounter against Mexico after Kylian Mbappe’s France battle Christian Eriksen’s Denmark. Australia defeated Tunisia earlier while Saudi Arabia battle Poland.
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Day 7 at World Cup 2022: Argentina-Mexico goalless; France beats Denmark late; Poland, Australia stay alive
Lionel Messi’s Argentina face a crucial encounter against Mexico after Kylian Mbappe starred in France's win over Denmark. Australia and Poland both stayed alive in the competition with wins.
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Day 7 at World Cup 2022: France battle Denmark; Poland, Australia stay alive with wins; Argentina-Mexico to come
Lionel Messi’s Argentina face a crucial encounter against Mexico after Kylian Mbappe’s France battle Christian Eriksen’s Denmark. Australia and Poland both stayed alive in the competition with wins.
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Day 7 at World Cup 2022: Magic Messi saves Argentina; France reaches knockouts; Poland, Australia stay alive
The World Cup action in Qatar continued with Tunisia, Australia, Poland, Saudi Arabia, France, Denmark, Mexico, and Argentina all playing. CTVNews.ca takes a look at everything you need to know from Day 7 of the tournament.
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The holiday toys catching the eyes of industry watchers
With a seemingly endless list of choices, finding the right toy this holiday season may seem like a daunting task. Industry observers share the toys that caught their eyes this year.
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Why you now have a reason to watch men's soccer in Canada
The World Cup in Qatar has sparked soccer – and non-soccer – conversations around the world. CTV's W5 Executive Producer Derek Miller writes for CTVNews.ca about his observations from the tournament and how soccer is evolving in Canada.
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Justin Trudeau talks allyship during appearance on 'Canada's Drag Race' spinoff
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made an appearance on Friday's episode of "Canada's Drag Race: Canada vs. the World" to offer the contestants words of inspiration before the main challenge.
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NASA's Orion capsule enters far-flung orbit around moon
NASA's Orion capsule entered an orbit stretching tens of thousands of kilometres around the moon Friday, as it neared the halfway mark of its test flight.
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Car was going 187 km/h before crash that killed young B.C. hockey players, coroner finds
Alcohol and speed were factors in a tragic collision that killed three junior hockey players in B.C.'s Lower Mainland last year, according to a coroner's report.
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Harjit Sajjan tweets about raising Qatar human rights at World Cup after criticism
International Development Minister Harjit Sajjan has tweeted about raising human rights concerns during his visit to Qatar for the World Cup after opposition criticism.
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