Every morning, more than one million Canadians begin their day with World Report.
David Common brings you the news that has broken overnight, with a look ahead to the day's expected events. The program features the latest international news, as well as the top domestic stories. It is also an outlet for CBC journalists to break original stories.
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- Obama talks about Cuba thaw, Keystone XL in year-end remarks
- President Barack Obama praised the reopening of diplomatic relations with Cuba on Friday but said he doesn't expect it to bring overnight change on the island, a quick end to the U.S. economic embargo or the likelihood that he will soon visit the communist nation.
- Australian woman arrested in killing of 8 children
- An Australian woman was arrested in the killings of eight children, seven of whom are believed to be her own, police said Saturday. The children were found dead inside the woman's home.
- Apple on defence after BBC exposé of working conditions in its factories
- Apple is in the spotlight again over working conditions for the people who make its products, following a BBC investigation that alleges poor treatment of workers in Chinese factories.
- Sony defends cancelling The Interview release after Obama says studio 'made a mistake' video
- Sony Pictures is defending the decision to cancel the Christmas Day release of The Interview, saying they had no other options when theatres said they were cancelling screenings of the comedy.
- Monkey Tasered in France after chocolate-fuelled bender
- An aggressive North African macaque was finally subdued in Marseilles after police deployed a stun gun, ending the primate's weeks-long, chocolate-fuelled rampage.