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Live Baltimore riots prompt state of emergency after Freddie Gray funeral video
Baltimore erupted in violence on Monday as hundreds of rioters looted stores, set buildings on fire and injured at least 15 police officers following the funeral of a 25-year-old black man who died after he was injured in police custody.
Nepal earthquake: Aid workers, search and rescue dogs waiting to get in
CBC’s Margaret Evans, who was on a plane full of relief workers trying to get into Nepal, spoke to a Japanese response worker about four highly trained members of the team who could help those who may still be trapped in the rubble: search and rescue dogs travelling in the cargo hold below.
No new assisted death law before election, but consultations soon: MacKay video
The federal government will not introduce new legislation to govern doctor-assisted dying before the expected October federal election, Justice Minister Peter MacKay said Monday.
Mike Duffy diary: Conservatives won't discuss his Enbridge conversations video
Questions about the substance of suspended Senator Mike Duffy's discussions with the Prime Minister's Office regarding energy company Enbridge remained unanswered following question period Monday.
Nepal earthquake: Stranded Canadian says Ottawa not doing enough to bring citizens home video
Canada is sending more relief supplies to earthquake-struck Nepal, promising to match donations to a fund specifically set up to help — and defending itself from claims that affected Canadians aren't getting the assistance they need.

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