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Live Baltimore riots: City awakes to state of emergency, week-long curfew video
Baltimore remains under a state of emergency, after the mayor called in the U.S. National Guard to quell riots that broke out just a few blocks from a racially charged funeral and spread through the city in the most violent U.S. demonstrations since looting in Ferguson, Mo., last year.
Nepal earthquake: Drones used by Canadian relief team video
A fleet of made-in-Canada drones are due to arrive today in earthquake-ravaged Nepal, where relief workers will pilot them for rescue and aid operations.
'Typical' family in federal budget not so typical: critics
As in the last three federal budgets, the Harper government in the 2015 budget offers an example of a "typical" family enjoying Conservative programs and tax breaks. But critics say this year's family looks anything but typical, and appears to be selected to better highlight the benefits of income-splitting.
Netflix and HBO border-hopping: is anyone getting caught?
On any given night, thousands of Canadians are breaking the rules set out by Netflix and other online video streaming services. How does it work and is anyone in trouble?
Updated Nepal earthquake: Helicopters ferry injured from villages near epicentre video
Helicopters criss-crossed the mountains above a remote district Tuesday near the epicentre of the weekend earthquake in Nepal that killed more than 4,400, ferrying the injured to clinics and taking emergency supplies back to villages cut off by landslides.

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