Everyday Canadians spent a year embracing Syrians in the world's most personal resettlement program. Letting them go might be the biggest test yet.Uncertainty over the trade deal is hitting the country hard, pinching off foreign investment and lowering growth expectations.An attack late last year targeting more than 20 Polish banks suggests that hackers linked to North Korea are becoming more sophisticated and brazen.American military officials insisted that the rules of engagement had not changed in Iraq, despite a recent surge in reports of civilian deaths.Paramilitary troops have been working to flush out a group of Islamist radicals holed up in a building in Sylhet with a large cache of ammunition.Neighbors of Khalid Masood, the London attacker, were left stunned by the news that he had lived alongside them in Birmingham, after police officers raided his former home.A police convoy was ambushed by members of the Kamuina Nsapu militia, who then decapitated about 40 of the officers.Douglas Carswell has quit the United Kingdom Independence Party, a move that could signal the end of the populist group.Rising income has led to reduced dog consumption in some countries, but in places like Indonesia, it has made the meat newly affordable -- and popular.The government will broker the sale of the gem, valued at as much as $50 million. But many are skeptical that all involved will get their fair share.The 27 leaders marked the 60th anniversary of the European Union's founding treaties in Rome as Britain prepares to become the first country to leave the bloc.Lee Ming-cheh, who has a background in human rights activism, has not been heard from since Sunday, when he boarded a flight from Taipei to Macau, friends and relatives say.Entrants in the reality television series "Eden" emerged from the Scottish wilderness, only to learn the show stopped broadcasting last summer.Under a resolution adopted by the Human Rights Council, criminal justice experts can devise prosecution strategies for pursuing North Korean officials and institutions.A growing ferment on Twitter about the new restaurant at Montreal's government-owned casino, and an end to a life-size cardboard cutout.
An initial investigation of a recent airstrike believed to have killed more than 200 civilians in Mosul found it was conducted by the U.S.-led coalition at the request of Iraqi security forces, the Pentagon said Saturday.
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When President Trump was criticized recently for not reacting quickly enough to incidents of anti-Semitism, his son-in-law Jared Kushner came to the presidentas defense by telling the story of his own Jewish grandmotheras escape from Nazi occupation in the Soviet Union.
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Belarusa riot police arrested hundreds of demonstrators and dozens of journalists Saturday in a police crackdown that seemed designed to prevent the spread of public discontent over the declining economy and the autocratic government of President Alexander Lukashenko.
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The brazen daytime slaying of a Russian politician outside a Ukrainian hotel this week brings to eight the number of high-profile Russians who have died over the past five months since the US presidential election on November 8.Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed the "great importance" of ties between his country and France as he met French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen at the Kremlin on Friday, Russian state-run news agency Tass reported.At least one person was taken to the hospitalOne robber was also reportedly wielding an axeA hairy situationThe controversial talk show host didn't hold backBefore taking the name Masood, he was called Adrian ElmsIt's the boldest attempt yet by a U.S. marijuana state to avoid federal interventionActivists say the strikes included Russian air raidsPlus Aquaman, Cyborg and The FlashGrant gave his iconic dance sequence a modern updateTax reform won't be any easierNissan is recalling more than 56,000 cars because of power steering hoses that may leak fluid and potentially lead to fires.A South Carolina man who wrapped electrical tape around a dog's muzzle to stop her from barking has been sentenced to five years in prison.Honolulu police say a popular beach on the island of Oahu has been evacuated as officers and bomb squad officials respond to the discovery of what could be a bomb, Hawaii News Now reports.A hospital spokeswoman says one person has died in a shooting along the Las Vegas Strip.The Latest on a shooting along the Las Vegas Strip (all times local): 1:55 p.m.The Latest on violence at a pro-Trump rally in Southern California (all times local): 1:50 p.m.Penn State is trying to turn the corner on the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, but the former FBI director who authored a scathing report on it more than four years ago says more changes are needed, even after the conviction of the university's former president.A gunman barricaded himself inside a bus Saturday along the Las Vegas Strip, prompting a partial closure of the busy boulevard, police said.Violence broke out Saturday at a rally on a Southern California beach where supporters of President Donald Trump had gathered to march.Police in Massachusetts have served a sixth-grader with no-trespass orders after neighbors grew wary of the girl cutting through their properties to get to and from her school bus stop.A woman who owns an apartment at Trump Tower is being fined $1,000 by the city after they say she wrongly rented it out on Airbnb.A judge on Friday postponed the first trial over a 2015 Central Texas gunfight involving rival motorcycle gangs that left nine people dead, 20 others hurt and more than 150 bikers charged.Emergency medic Yadira Arroyo was beloved a by her colleagues, by patients she transported to the hospital, by the store owner she spoke to on her way to work and by children who walked by her Bronx station house.Authorities learned a 6-year-old brought a gun to an elementary school outside Los Angeles, but parents of other students didn't learn about it for nearly two weeks.French Air Force fighter jets have staged a colorful flyover across New York Harbor.Authorities say an apparent tornado demolished a church as a large system of storms threatened several states across the South and Midwest.An investigation has found that the outgoing leader of the University of California's Berkeley campus improperly accepted free benefits, mostly related to personal fitness.A lawyer for the man accused of setting off bombs last year in New Jersey and New York, injuring more than 30 people, is seeking a change of venue for his trial on attempted murder charges stemming from a shootout with police.A western New York man found guilty of attacking a Japanese tourist in a Niagara Falls park has been sentenced to 22 years in prison.A Massachusetts man dubbed the "Incognito Bandit" in connection with 16 bank robberies in the Boston suburbs was nabbed Friday trying to board a flight to South Africa.Police in Monaco say robbers have carried out an armed heist at a luxurious Cartier jewelry shop in Monte Carlo and one of the suspects has been captured.Morocco's new Prime Minister Saadeddine El Othmani has succeeded in building a governing coalition, ending a five-month political deadlock after just eight days in office.Gathered along the edge of a mountain, the men, women and children of Barbablanca watched in stunned silence as a river of mud washed over their small village.Gathered along the edge of a mountain, the men, women and children of Barbablanca watched in stunned silence as a river of mud washed over their small village.Greek police say they have arrested a Turkish truck driver and a Bulgarian truck driver who were carrying a total of 20 migrants near Greece's northeastern land border with Turkey.The U.S-led coalition in Iraq said Saturday that one of its airstrikes struck fighters and equipment of the ISIS terror group in West Mosul on March 17 at the location where there were reports of more than 100 civilian casualties.Turkey's president says the country might pursue a Brexit-like referendum on whether to pursue European Union membership.East Africa's regional bloc says it gradually will allow the hundreds of thousands of Somali refugees sheltering in its countries to work and will include them in planning efforts.Serbia's populist prime minister says he will pay an official visit to Russian President Vladimir Putin, a trip apparently designed to boost his bid for the Serbian presidency.Local officials in Mali say three soldiers have been killed and four others injured in an attack by armed men on a military post in the country's north.Somalia's parliament speaker is urging the new prime minister to review his proposed cabinet after 105 lawmakers presented a petition calling for changes.Two civilians and a policeman were killed in explosions in Bangladesh on Saturday as troops raided a suspected military hideout in the country's east, police said.A local official says a Congolese militia group has decapitated 42 policemen after ambushing them in Central Kasai province, which has seen a spike in deadly violence in recent months.An American military plane made an emergency landing at an airport in Indonesia's Aceh province, an Indonesian air force spokesman said Saturday. There were no injuries.After months of being raped by her rebel captors in the middle of South Sudan's civil war, the young woman became pregnant. Held in a muddy pit, sometimes chained to other prisoners, she later watched her hair fall out and her weight plummet. But the child was a spark of life.Canada's natural resource minister says his government is happy the Keystone XL pipeline has finally been approved by the White House, but he notes that obstacles remain and Canada remains determined to diversify its oil exports beyond the United States.Supporters of a jailed former lawmaker tried to break through a police cordon outside the national security agency's headquarters in Kyrgyzstan's capital, but police turned them back with flash grenades.A Bulgarian nationalists kept up their protests at the Turkish border Saturday against Bulgarian citizens living permanently in Turkey who are coming in to vote in Bulgaria's election.Thousands of demonstrators are gathering under sunny skies in central London to protest plans for Britain to withdraw from the European Union.Iraq's parliament speaker has expressed concern over reports of airstrikes that have allegedly killed more than 100 civilians in western Mosul where U.S.-backed government troops are fighting the Islamic State group.Two months ago, the Washington Metropolitan Police Department's new commander, Chanel Dickerson, made a pledge: Let's find our missing girls.Foul play was suspected from the first moments the disabled boy's body was discovered in the ashes of an upstate New York home.The United States granted asylum to teen blogger Amos Yee, who has been jailed twice in his native Singapore for critical views on religion and politics.Karim Baratov's parents want him back home, sitting at the dining table where they shared dinner nearly every night as a family of four, and where they now sit to make the case publicly that the young man accused of hacking emails for Russian agents is not a flight risk.The man who ran Penn State amid allegations that assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was molesting young boys may now face jail time.Part of the Las Vegas Strip was shut down Saturday as police investigated a shooting that sent at least one person to the hospital.At least three well-dressed masked burglars, carrying sledgehammers, smashed their way into a high-end jewelry store early Saturday at one of Las Vegas' most luxurious hotels.A private plane crashed into a residence in an Atlanta suburb Friday night, but the people inside the home got out safely, authorities said.It's like a modern romcom featuring a television star and a politician -- complete with a social media twist.From a deadly attack in London to the Republican meltdown over efforts to replace Obamacare, here's a look back at the tumultuous week.More than 30 minutes into a meeting White House and House leadership officials wanted -- needed -- to be a breakthrough, it was time for everyone to put their cards on the table.Rep. Mark Walker, chairman of a conservative group in the House called the Republican Study Committee, predicted Friday would be a "good moment" for Democrats.Monte Carlo is allegedly on lockdown.The incident was caught on CCTV.As okay as you'd expect.'I've never seen anything like it.''There was no crying, no screaming. You didn't push him away. We have to ask why?'The girls' father is due to be sentenced.Trumps administration is under investigation by the FBI.She did not think that the rules would affect her husband.Stars: They're just like us. Any excuse to have prosecco. They'd fallen from their nest while their mother wasn't there.Guests have tweeted of their fear. They also reportedly set off a firecracker in the car park.Iraqi government forces paused in their push to recapture western Mosul from Islamic State militants on Saturday because of the high rate of civilian casualties, a security forces spokesman said.Parliamentary security is facing fresh scrutiny after a video showed its gates were left open and apparently unmanned in the immediate wake of Wednesday's attack.A blogger from Singapore who was jailed for online posts criticising his government has been granted asylum to remain in the United States, an immigration judge ruled.For President Donald Trump, the collapse on Friday of his first legislative priority, a healthcare reform bill, was an embarrassing loss of face after he and his administration insisted up until the time of the vote by the US House of Representatives that there was enough Republican support.Some, including Nigel Farage, claim Carswell was anever UKIPa in the first place.Numerous London buildings went dark to mark the event."Hero" MP Tobias Ellwood has said he is "heartbroken" that his efforts to save the life of a police officer during the Westminster terror attack were ultimately unsuccessful.Police in the US have arrested and charged a man who was spotted in public dressed as Batman villain 'The Joker'Expect some pre-planned celebrations if either player scores against Lithuaniaa|The former Reds captain proved heas still got it with a stunning goal and two assists.Turkey's president said the country may hold a Brexit-like referendum on pursuing European Union membership.A crowd-funding page set up in the name of one of the victims of the Westminster terror attack has been taken over by the company in an unprecedented move after fraud concerns were raised.The adorable puppy was given treatment and now can see a small amount, meaning sheas full of life.Forty-two policemen have been decapitated after being ambushed by a militia group in Congo, officials report. Including a classic ayour muma joke.Shots well and truly fired.Prepare for paint, balloons and a whole load of golden stars.A newborn baby and the baby's two-year-old sister have been found stabbed to death in North Carolina, police said.The Everton full back is due to undergo surgery on the nightmarish double fracture.Eleven endangered wild elephants have been rescued in Cambodia - four days after becoming stuck in mud.At least 16 people have been killed after airstrikes hit the rebel-held city of Idlib in north-west Syria, opposition activists say.Dairy mea|Pret has taken a lot of stick for this plan a but it has now responded. A father has been charged with murdering his newborn baby and two-year-old daughter in North Carolina, police said. Sexual violence has reached "epic proportions" in South Sudan during its civil war, the UN Commission on Human Rights said. Which party controls Congress again?A blogger from Singapore who was jailed for online posts criticising his government has been granted asylum to remain in the United States, an immigration judge ruled.Police in Rome said officers seized sharpened iron bars, clubs and knives ahead of anti-EU march - just a few miles from where the EU summit was being held.Are you Monaco or Silverstone? Yas Marina circuit or Melbourne? Spa or Monza?Crank the volume up!Massive protests have spread through French Guiana, blocking roads to neighbouring Brazil and Suriname and prompting the US government to issue a travel warning for the French territory in South America.Donald Trump and Republican leaders have scrapped their bill to repeal "Obamacare" in a humiliating failure for the US president, when it became clear his flagship manifesto pledge would nosedive in the House of Representatives.A man who was jailed for threatening to kill US president Bill Clinton in 1994 has been detained without bail over the killing of his 83-year-old father.Salvage crews have loaded the South Korean ferry which sank in 2014, killing 304 people, on to a semi-submersible transport vessel, completing the most difficult part of the massive effort to bring the ship back to shore.Actor Harrison Ford called himself a "schmuck" and said he was "distracted" when he mistakenly landed his private plane on an airport taxiway, an audio recording has revealed.About 40 were killed when a police convoy was ambushed in the central province of Kasai.,Coalition says it hit area where many were reportedly killed as fears over civilian casualties grow.Having failed to scrap Obamacare, Donald Trump says he will focus on tax reform and "big tax cuts".Demonstrators opposed to a tax on the under-employed take to the streets despite a ban.Celebrations mark 60 years since the EU's founding treaty, but the UK stays away as Brexit looms.Italy's justice minister is investigating the Turin judge's decision, which has caused outrage."A boy had told my pupil her hair was ugly, and she was sad. I told her she was wonderful."Chile and Egypt have also lifted bans imposed over claims that unsafe produce was sold for years.The US and UK bans affect direct flights from some Middle East airports.Ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn met Turkish officials during the election campaign.Eyewitnesses say that many Iraqi civilians have been caught up and killed in the US led air strikes against so-called Islamic State in the battle for Mosul.Harrison Ford explains to air traffic control why he landed on a taxiway, just missing a passenger jet.People in London, Rome, Berlin and other cities mark 60 years since the Treaty of Rome was signed.How children are bearing the brunt of the war in Yemen.An astrologer in South Africa is fighting to get "magic" mushrooms legalised for use in spiritual ceremonies.Europeans take to the streets of London, Rome, Warsaw and other cities, as EU marks 60th anniversary.The BBC's Jeremy Bowen inside Mosul explains the challenges Iraq will face when IS are defeated.Alberto Mohamed returns to East Timor to find his family after 32 years.Hong Kong chooses its next leader amid fierce divisions over stalled political reform in the city.How illegal diamond mining is threatening the way of life of the Cinta Larga indigenous group in Brazil.What evidence is there that Finland's famous baby boxes actually reduce infant mortality rates?
Mass gravesUp to 400 people have reportedly been killed in the central DR Congo provinces of Kasai - what is going on?House Speaker Paul Ryan insists that tax reform still not "impossible" but will be "more difficult"Dr. Meena Seshamani, former director of the Office of Health Reform at the Department of Health and Human Services during the Obama administration, joins "CBS This Morning" to discussDr. Jim O'Connell and his team of "street doctors" provide care to more than 700 regular patients in BostonDr. Jim O'Connell and his team of "street doctors" provide care to more than 700 regular patients in BostonAt least one person was killed in a shooting along the Las Vegas Strip that sparked a standoff with police. Mauricio Marin of CBS affiliate KLAS joined CBSN with the latest.In Redwood, California, in the heart of technology-rich Silicon Valley, you'll find self-driving robots making food deliveries. After a restaurant worker packs the order, the robot makes a delivery that the customer unlocks with a phone. Carter Evans was there for the big roll-out.David Temple was convicted of the 1999 murder of his pregnant wife Belinda and spent nine years in prison for the crime. Temple's attorney Dick DeGuerin, famous for helping billionaire Robert Durst get acquitted of murder, reminded jurors that in this case there was no hard evidence linking Temple to the crime. RIchard Schlesinger investigates.Dr. Jim O'Connell is Boston's only doctor left still making house calls to the homeless. On the street and in the shelters, O'Connell dispenses just about everything from stitches in the arm to surgery for the soul. Jim Axelrod paid a visit to the doctor in Boston.Miami Fraternal Order of Police President Lt. Javier Ortiz has been put on desk duty for allegedly harassing a civilianPolice in Washington, D.C., are rushing to contain a crisis of fear after a new policy of publicizing missing young people set off a panic. More than 500 children and teens have gone missing in 2017, a number which is actually lower than in years past. Tony Dokoupil has the story.After failing to close the deal to repeal Obamacare, President Trump is moving to reforming the tax code. Speaker Paul Ryan has already acknowledged that tax reform will not be easy. Ryan's House conference is split between moderate Republicans and more conservative members. Errol Barnett has the latest.On Twitter, President Trump tried to rally his deeply disappointed supporters. Democrats are now worried that the Trump administration will use its control of the federal health care bureaucracy to try to make sure that Obamacare fails. Chip Reid has more.Gunman surrenders after barricading himself inside bus along the Strip after attack that prompted partial closure of busy boulevardNorth Carolina father charged with stabbing infant, toddler daughters to death after driving off with themAward-winning chef Andy Husbands started his career at age 14 with a job at a bakery. After culinary school, he worked at top kitchens across the country before returning to the Massachusetts. The Tremont 647 chef joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his journey and fifth cookbook, "Pitmaster."Domino's Pizza is hotter than ever. One big reason has to do with marketing seven years ago that helped save the day when the company was going through negative sales. Michelle Miller visits the Domino's headquarters in Michigan.PBS' "Nature" series will premeire "Yosemite," a sublime look at one of our nation's most stunning national parks. It's also a sobering one, as the park's ecosystem is threatened by climate change. Award-winning nature filmmaker Joseph Pontecorvol, who produced, wrote and served as a cinematographer, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the filming process and the park's future.House Intelligence Committee members are arguing over President Trump's unproven claim that former President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower. Mr. Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort has also volunteered to be interviewed by lawmakers investigating Russian interference with the U.S. election. New York Times' Matthew Rosenberg joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the investigations.Google makes tens of billions of dollars per year in ad sales. This week it's facing a global crisis after some of the world's biggest advertisers halted their spending after concerns that their ads are running next to offensive content, including videos promoting terror and anti-Semitism. Wired editor-at-large Jason Tanz joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the issue.When photos of Khalid Masood emerged just after Wednesday's attack, his neighbors in a quiet English neighborhood were shocked. British police are now trying to figure out what triggered his deadly rampage outside the British Parliament that killed four people and injured dozens more. Jonathan Vigliotti has the details.Massive police effort underway to discover how homegrown ex-con with violent streak became radicalizedNew details are emerging about Khalid Masood, the attacker in this week's deadly rampage in London on Westminster Bridge and near the Parliament. A Saudi embassy statement says Masood taught English in Saudi Arabia under a work visa on at least two occasions. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.Two key members of the House Intelligence Committee are at odds. Committee chairman Devin Nunes is accused by the ranking Democrat, Adam Schiff, of trying to divert attention from President Trump's unproven claim that he was wiretapped by former President Obama. Jeff Pegues reports.After seven years of promising to repeal and replace Obamacare, Republicans pull their bill after failing to get enough votes. Also, cell phone video captures the dramatic moments after a small plane crashes in Georgia. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.The suspected high toll underscores the difficulties that Iraqi troops face in the weeks-long fight to route the Sunni militant group from Iraq's second-largest cityKhalid Masood, the man behind Wednesday's London attack, was 52 years old, much older than most terrorists. That and other factors are puzzling authorities as they try to find out why he carried out the attack. Elizabeth Palmer reports.The GOP replacement for Obamacare, due for a House vote Friday, came apart because the Republican conference failed to unite around the bill; double-amputee Marine veteran is now amongst the latest graduates of the Suffolk County police academy in New York.Khalid Masood plowed a 4x4 through a crowd on a sidewalk and then fatally stabbed a police officer, but who was he before that?
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