As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Canada Sudan Lobbying
Amnesty International asks the Canadian government to investigate whether a controversial lobbyist violated sanctions when he cut a deal with Sudan's military council.
Lebanon Refugee Homes
On Monday, the Lebanese army demolished at least 20 concrete shelters in Syrian refugee camps — and our guest says that's another traumatic loss for people who've already lost so much.
Florida Shark Drone
While taking an overhead photo with a drone on a Florida beach, a photographer sees an ominous silhouette in the water: it was a shark.
Dutch Holocaust Compensation
The state-run rail company in the Netherlands accepts responsibility for working with the Nazis to transport Dutch Jews to camps — and agrees to pay millions to make amends.
Ottawa University Paper
Over the weekend, someone hacked a University of Ottawa student paper — wiping out its entire archive. It was a targeted attack. But the paper's editor-in-chief describes it as an attack on the entire journalism ecosystem.
Genealogy Guilty Verdict
Using a technique called "genetic genealogy", Washington detectives solved the 32-year-old case of a murdered Canadian couple — and found a killer police had never suspected.