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Posted: Jul 30, 2014 3:47 PM ET
Marine mammal specialist Andrew Trites talks to CBC Manitoba
Commuter avoids crushing accident
An electric bike rider narrowly escapes a truck rollover accident in Nantong, China
RAW: Bomb explodes in Turkish capital
Cameras capture the moment 1 of 2 bombs explode at a peace rally in Turkey's capital Ankara
Video game museum
The exhibit tells the history of videogames from Pong to Playstation and will open in Frisco, TX in December
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Bombings at Ankara peace rally are Turkey's deadliest-ever terror attack
Tory candidate Joe Oliver throws barbs at Liberal economic plan
The final countdown
What the NDP needs to do to win
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
Nobel Peace Prize committee accused of ignoring what Alfred Nobel wanted
Montreal raw sewage dump plans handed over to Environment Canada
Francophone voters in Quebec to play key role in election outcome
Million Man March anniversary in U.S. sees black men call for change
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau vows to hike Northern tax break
Kim Jong Un vows North Korea ready to counter any U.S. threat
Spin Cycle: Is Stephen Harper's jobs record 'the worst since Great Depression'?
Palestinians stab Israelis in 2 Jerusalem attacks before being shot dead
Randy Quaid arrested at border trying to enter U.S.
Advance polls produce long lines, complaints over wait times
Trudeau on emissions targets: no need for 'ambitious political numbers'
Hurricane Oho remnants bring high winds and waves, elating B.C. surfers