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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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- Mount Everest climbing season in disarray as expedition teams cancel
- Nepal's attempts to salvage the Mount Everest climbing season fell flat Thursday as major expedition companies cancelled their climbs and many Sherpas quit the mountain after an avalanche killed 16 of their fellow guides last week.
- Bangladesh's Rana Plaza factory collapse spurs change, finger-pointing
- A year after the deadly Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, families of the thousands of workers affected are still struggling with the emotional and economic fallout.
- Ukraine clashes kill 2 as Russia ramps up military exercises video
- Ukrainian forces moved in and killed at least two pro-Russia insurgents in the country's tumultuous east Thursday, an escalation that prompted new threats from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
- Analysis David Cameron's 'Christian country' remarks fuel mini media frenzy audio
- British Prime Minister David Cameron has created a secular stir after saying that Britain should be "more confident" in its status as a Christian country. Opinion polls and surveys done over the past few years show that most Brits describe themselves as having no religion.
- E-cigarette ban for minors proposed in U.S.
- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed rules on Thursday that would ban the sale of e-cigarettes to anyone under 18, but would not restrict flavoured products, online sales or advertising, which public health advocates say attract children.