Pro-Palestinian demonstrators outside the Israeli Embassy in London following an Israeli naval commando attack of ships carrying aid to Gaza. (Akira Suemori/Associated Press)
1.) Canadian CO relieved of Kandahar duty
Brig.-Gen. Daniel Ménard has been relieved of command of Canadian troops in Afghanistan following allegations he was involved in an inappropriate personal relationship while in theatre.
2.) Israeli PM rejects UN nuclear moves
A new resolution from a United Nations conference on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty unfairly singles out Israel while ignoring Iran, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said during an exclusive interview with CBC News.
3.) BP will try new oil cap after 'top kill' fails
BP is working on a new plan to stop oil that's gushing from a damaged well into the Gulf of Mexico after crews spent three days pumping heavy drilling mud into the site, only to declare the operation a failure.
4.) N. Korea rally heightens tensions
Thousands of people pack the Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang for a rally condemning South Korea and the U.S.Thousands of people pack the Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang for a rally condemning South Korea and the U.S. (Kyodo News/Associated Press)About 100,000 people gathered in the North Korean capital Pyongyang on Sunday to denounce South Korea and the United States, heightening cross-border tensions over the sinking of one of the South's warships.
5.) Passenger removed from plane diverted to Montreal
An Aeromexico plane flying to Mexico City from Paris had to land late Sunday afternoon at Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport in Montreal to remove a passenger.