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Updated Luka Magnotta trial: Jun Lin's boyfriend testifies
Lin Feng was called by the Crown to testify today at the Luka Magnotta murder trial, interrupting the cross-examination of a police witness, because he is scheduled to return to China tomorrow.
Analysis Hong Kong protests: Echoes of Tiananmen in today's demonstrations video
Last week, a Chinese court sentenced a human rights advocate to life in prison and confiscated all his assets, leaving his family destitute. In Hong Kong, meanwhile, a detained student protester was released on a writ of habeas corpus. That's what's at stake in these demonstrations, Patrick Brown writes. Echoes of Tiananmen in Hong Kong's 'most civil' disobedience
New Ebola outbreak sees MSF scale up in Liberia as patients keep coming video
The UN mission dealing with the Ebola response has set bold goals to try and contain the outbreak, but in Liberia's capital, medical providers like Doctors Without Borders are working flat out just to keep up.
New WWF’s Living Planet Report not all doom and gloom video audio
The World Wildlife Fund's report on the state of the global environment paints a pretty gloomy picture of a planet in decline. Still, the WWF says, "the challenge is not an insurmountable one." Here are six examples of how we can fix the problem.
'Deadbeats' across Canada owe more than $3.7B in support video
They're commonly called "deadbeats" — people who refuse to support their families after courts order them to pay — and CBC News has learned they owe more than $3.7 billion across the country for support orders.

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