'It's a wound I don't think will ever get covered': Five stories of life after the Toronto van attack
A survivor, a witness, a victim's family, the city's mayor and more talk to Out in the Open host Piya Chattopadhyay about what happens in the aftermath of mass tragedy.
Podcast: How mistrust and fear make fighting Ebola more difficult
An Ebola outbreak in Congo has killed more than 800 people, and angry locals have attacked aid workers. Canadian doctor Vinh-Kim Nguyen tells us what he saw on an aid mission to the region.
Sri Lanka's counter-terrorism strategy a 'recipe for disaster': Former UN investigator
A weak counter-terrorism strategy that relies on torture left Sri Lanka vulnerable to the devastating Easter attacks that killed at least 290 people and wounded about 500, says a former United Nations rapporteur.