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February 1, 2008 | 04:04 PM

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Three young women who escaped a Boko Haram kidnapping in Nigeria speak with CBC News about faith, forgiveness and their dreams for the future.
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Divers on Tuesday pulled three people alive from inside a capsized cruise ship and prepared to rescue at least four more, Chinese state broadcaster CCTV said, giving some small hope to an apparently massive tragedy with well over 400 people still missing on the Yangtze River.
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An Egyptian court postpones the death sentencing of the country's first freely elected president, as two senior Muslim Brotherhood leaders were arrested Tuesday.
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Live 'Words are not enough' to atone for residential schools: Justice Murray Sinclair video
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission has found that what took place in residential schools "amounts to nothing short of cultural genocide," chair Justice Murray Sinclair said in releasing the commission's key recommendations Tuesday. CBCnews.ca is carrying reaction to the report live.
Special-needs youth face 'big abyss' after leaving school
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Live 'Words are not enough' to atone for residential schools: Justice Murray Sinclair video
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission has found that what took place in residential schools "amounts to nothing short of cultural genocide," chair Justice Murray Sinclair said in releasing the commission's key recommendations Tuesday. CBCnews.ca is carrying reaction to the report live.
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New Fred DeLorey, Conservative party director, seeking Peter MacKay's seat
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Updated Trevor Noah to headline Toronto's JFL42 days before Daily Show premiere
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah premieres on Comedy Central on Sept. 28. But the 31-year-old South African comic will take to the stage at Toronto's Sony Centre on Sept. 26.
Iggy Azalea shows off fancy engagement ring from fiancé Nick Young
Australian rapper Iggy Azalea posted a picture of her new bling from Los Angeles Lakers' Nick Young Tuesday. Young proposed to Azalea late Monday as they celebrated his 30th birthday.
Eddie Redmayne to star in new Harry Potter spin-off, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Oscar-winning Theory of Everything actor Eddie Redmayne will play Newt Scamander in J.K. Rowling's new Harry Potter prequel due out on Nov. 18, 2016.
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Updated Canada's newest astronauts will fly to space by 2024
Canada's two newest astronauts will get a chance to blast off into space at last, the federal government says.
Microsoft to build 2 new data centres in Toronto and Quebec City
Microsoft will be building two new data centres in Canada, one in Toronto and one in Quebec.
Virgin births reported in endangered wild sawfish
Females of an endangered fish sometimes reproduce without any help from a male. It's the first time such 'virgin births' have been documented in a vertebrate in the wild.
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COMING UP LIVE Takata airbag exec to express regret at U.S. Congressional hearing video
A senior executive of airbag maker Takata Corp. is expected to tell a U.S. Congressional hearing this afternoon that the company 'deeply' regrets every rupture episode involving its defective airbags, especially those causing injury or death.
New Younger workers more likely to see less income in retirement, CIBC says
Urgent attention needs to be given to what Canadians can expect to get in retirement income — something that's become a real divide along generational lines, a prominent Canadian economist says.
Ford shortens summer plant shutdowns to meet demand
Surging auto sales are prompting some big carmakers to shorten or cancel their traditional summer shutdowns to meet strong consumer demand.
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Breaking Sepp Blatter to resign as FIFA president video
FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced today he will resign from soccer's world governing body amid a widening corruption scandal and has promised to call for fresh elections to choose a successor.
Sepp Blatter announces resignation: FIFA boss' full statement
Here's the full text of the statement read by Sepp Blatter on Tuesday announcing he will step down as FIFA president.
Sepp Blatter, FIFA president, has actually said these things
On a day that Sepp Blatter was re-elected to a fifth term as FIFA president, here’s a sampling of the strange things Sepp Blatter has said over the years.
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