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Newfoundland man finds 'praying hands of Jesus' in rock

"The symbolism behind this, I think, is monumental," Barry Craig said. "I mean, I think it's huge."

Why this bright Indigenous boy who speaks 3 languages almost failed out of school in Australia

Dujuan's story is at the centre of a new documentary called In My Blood It Runs, which premiers Friday at the Hot Docs festival in Toronto.
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Why this bright Indigenous boy who speaks 3 languages almost failed out of school in Australia

Dujuan's story is at the centre of a new documentary called In My Blood It Runs, which premiers Friday at the Hot Docs festival in Toronto.
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Why this bright Indigenous boy who speaks 3 languages almost failed out of school in Australia

Dujuan's story is at the centre of a new documentary called In My Blood It Runs, which premiers Friday at the Hot Docs festival in Toronto.
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Newfoundland man finds 'praying hands of Jesus' in rock

"The symbolism behind this, I think, is monumental," Barry Craig said. "I mean, I think it's huge."

As It Happens: Thursday Edition

April 25, 2019

April 24, 2019 Episode Transcript

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'Hug your kids extra tight,' says father of boy killed in Sri Lanka bombings

"I want the world to know what has just been lost," says the father of Kieran Shafritz de Zoysa, a straight-A student who loved camping, board games and making home movies.
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'Hug your kids extra tight,' says father of boy killed in Sri Lanka bombings

"I want the world to know what has just been lost," says the father of Kieran Shafritz de Zoysa, a straight-A student who loved camping, board games and making home movies.

As It Happens: Wednesday Edition

April 24, 2019
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How Jeopardy champ James Holzhauer is 'showing everyone how to play the game perfectly'

Future Jeopardy contestants will likely try to emulate current champ James Holzhauer's winning strategy, says superfan Andy Saunders — but they probably won't succeed.

How Jeopardy champ James Holzhauer is 'showing everyone how to play the game perfectly'

Future Jeopardy contestants will likely try to emulate current champ James Holzhauer's winning strategy, says superfan Andy Saunders — but they probably won't succeed. 

Saudi Arabia sends 'a message of fear' with mass execution, says dissident

On Tuesday, 37 people were beheaded in Saudi Arabia after being tried on vague charges of terrorism

This trio of eagles — 1 female and 2 males — are raising a family together

"The current birds in the nest have all mated together at one point or another, so they're in an actual intimate relationship together and they all share parenting duties," says reporter who wrote about the birds for the National Audubon Society conservation group.

April 23, 2019 episode transcript

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Family of Chicago woman killed by superbug says hospitals should warn patients of outbreaks

Stephanie Spoor's family is demanding greater transparency from hospitals after the 64-year-old succumbed to infection while awaiting a lung transplant.

Sri Lankan archbishop would have cancelled Easter services if he'd known the risks

"I would have cancelled even the holy week itself," says Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith.

As It Happens: Tuesday Edition

April 23, 2019
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Family of Chicago woman killed by superbug says hospitals should warn patients of outbreaks

The family of a Chicago woman who died after contracting a drug-resistant superbug is calling on hospitals to be more transparent about risks of infection.

April 22, 2019 Episode Transcript

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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.

As It Happens: Monday Edition

April 22, 2019

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.

Ukraine election 'a wake-up' call to Canada on Russian meddling, warns former minister

Canada's former foreign minister says he's concerned about where Ukraine's newly-elected president — a popular TV actor with no political experience — will take the country, with Russia looking to exert its influence.