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Kenji Goto, ISIS hostage, purportedly beheaded in new video video
An online video released Saturday night purports to show an ISIS militant behead Japanese journalist Kenji Goto, ending days of negotiations by diplomats to save the man, and prompting condemnation from Japan's prime minister and other world leaders.
Hamza Chaoui's Islamic community centre won't get permit video audio
Controversial imam Hamza Chaoui will be denied a permit to establish his Islamic community centre in a borough in east-end Montreal, something civil rights lawyer Julius Grey says is beyond the city's powers to do.
B.C. orcas' rare beach-rubbing behaviour caught on video
An amateur videographer has captured rare footage of northern resident orcas at a rubbing beach on Dog Bay in B.C.'s Discovery Islands.
Mother swept away in Puntledge River near Courtenay, B.C., dies
A 26-year-old Comox Valley woman who was swept away in the waters of Puntledge River near downtown Courtenay, B.C., Friday afternoon has died. Police say her seven-month-old son remains in BC Children's Hospital in critical condition.
Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks or Patriots? video
A titanic matchup is on tap for Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday in Arizona, with the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks — the top seeds in their respective conferences — battling for the NFL championship. Who will win? Two of our writers take sides.

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