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New Earthquake aftershock hits Nepal and India, magnitude 6.7 video
A strong earthquake aftershock struck India and Nepal today, shaking buildings in New Delhi and triggering more avalanches in the Himalayas, a day after a powerful quake killed more than 2,100 people.
Rehab for radicals? A Danish city's solution when ISIS recruits return
Aarhus, Denmark, is home to a radical mosque with more than 30 young people leaving the city to join the ranks of ISIS in Syria. When recruits return home, they're sent to rehabilitation programs rather than prison. Karin Wells explores this radical approach.
Canadians among Mount Everest climbers hit by quake, avalanche video
Seventeen bodies have been recovered on Mount Everest base camp after a severe earthquake on Saturday set off an avalanche, making it the deadliest disaster in the history of mountaineering on the world's highest peak.
Photos Red Mile erupts after Calgary Flames win Game 6
Calgary's Red Mile was party central after the Calgary Flames moved to the second round of the NHL playoffs. They beat the Vancouver Canuks 7-4 to take the best of seven series in six games.
Canada-U.S. border congestion 'negligible,' yet $1B being spent on improvements
The Harper government is spending more than $1 billion to improve Canada-U.S. border infrastructure, but an internal report questions the investment. The analysis for the deputy minister of Finance Canada says truck traffic is way down because of a weak manufacturing sector, and wait times are negligible at border crossings.

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