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Friday: Iranian artist - Canada Council, BC stroke survivor, CRA: Oxfam, and more...

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An Iranian's Canada-Council-funded project is still slated to be destroyed because of an import ban on products from Iran...after suffering a stroke that paralyzed much of his body, as B.C. man survives in his bathroom for a week by drinking water from his toilet...and The Canada Revenue Agency threatens to strip Oxfam of its status over its mission statement, taking issue with its claim that it aimed to "prevent" poverty.

Part One

Iranian artist: Canada Council
Canada's border services agency still plans to destroy an Iranian art project that was funded, in part, by the government-funded Canada Council.

BC stroke survivor
After collapsing in his bathroom, Steve Adsley survived a debilitating stroke by drinking toilet water for a week, before his shouts were heard by a neighbour.

Ebola latest
The Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone worsens as fear of contracting the disease spreads among medical staff.

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Part Two

CRA: Oxfam
The Canada Revenue Agency threatens to strip Oxfam Canada of its charitable status because it said it wanted to "prevent" poverty in its mission statement.

West Bank violence
After weeks of cross-border clashes between Israel and Palestinians in Gaza, the violence is now spreading to the West Bank -- resulting in the deaths of at least five Palestinians.

MH17: Hilversum
A resident of the Dutch town where the remains of the victims of Flight 17 are being stored -- and which also lost three families in the downed plane -- reflects on the tragedy.

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