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Trudeau: Toronto suffered 'senseless attack'

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says authorities see no national security element in the seeming attack on pedestrians in Canada's largest city. (April 24)        

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North and South Korea's summit holds promise for peace. Unfortunately, so did the last two.

Friday’s summit between Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong Un will be mark the third time the countries’ leaders have met since the Korean War ended in 1953.        

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Video shows Toronto officer's dramatic arrest of van attack suspect Alek Minassian

Toronto officer who did not shoot the man suspected of crashing a van into a sidewalk packed with pedestrians was drawing praise for his restraint.        

Films

Avengers take over L.A.

A decade's worth of Marvel-movie stars arrive at "Avengers: Infinity War" world premiere in Los Angeles. (April 24)        

World

Unsuspecting new parents get worldwide royal baby media attention

Before Kate Middleton and Prince William showed off their third baby to the world, two new parents got some unexpected media attention as they walked out the doors before the royal couple. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.     

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Get ready for a PJ party! Michelle Obama sends a note to Royal Baby

Michelle Obama joined the Royal Baby well wishes with a the promise of a pajama party. Keri Lumm reports.        

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Saudi women lift weights and bust social norms

Saudi Arabia has allowed women to go to female-only gyms for the first time this year, leading to a wave of women picking up weights and busting tradition.        

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Assault by Iranian cops sparks headscarf debate

A grainy video of female officers from Iran's morality police assaulting a young woman whose headscarf only loosely covered her hair has sparked a new public debate on the decades-long requirement for women in the Islamic Republic. (April 23) &#

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Iran mummy mystery: Remains found in Iran could be father of last shah

Reza Shah pushed to modernize Iran before being deposed and dying in exile during World War II.        

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What we know about Toronto van attack suspect Alek Minassian

Van attack suspect Alek Minassian, 25, was not previously known to authorities and no motive has yet emerged for the assault that killed 10.        

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Toronto is the most recent of many deliberate attacks involving vehicles

There have been many mass-casualty events in recent years where someone intentionally drove a vehicle into a crowd.        

World

96 hours of straight sunlight at Iceland's Secret Solstice Festival

Celebrate 96 Hours of Straight Sunlight at Iceland's Secret Solstice Festival        

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Canadian 'lynched' in Amazon, accused of killing indigenous leader

Days after the fatal shooting of a leader of an indigenous group in the Peruvian Amazon, the 41-year-old Canadian man suspected by some in her killing was himself found dead in what has been described as a mob “lynching     

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Dozens killed in air raid on Yemen wedding

Dozens killed in air raid on Yemen wedding Video provided by AFP        

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9 dead, 16 injured in Toronto crash

WARNING: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT. A police official says nine people have been killed and 16 injured from the van that jumped onto a sidewalk and struck pedestrians in north Toronto. (April 23)        

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Police: Nine dead, 16 injured when van slams into pedestrians in Toronto

A white van jumped a curb and slammed into pedestrians on a Toronto street, injuring an unknown number of people before the driver was arrested.        

World

Three bear cubs rescued in Bulgaria

Where's mum? Three bear cubs rescued in Bulgaria        

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Senate committee likely to oppose Mike Pompeo for secretary of State

A majority of senators on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said they'll vote "no," but full Senate likely to still confirm Mike Pompeo.        

World

A bust of a Roman emperor was found in Egypt

A bust of of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius was found in a city in Egypt.        

World

3.6 million-year-old footprints suggest humans have walked upright

The heated debate over whether or not our earliest ancestors walked like we do or walked in a crouched position much like a chimpanzee or gorilla, may finally have its answer. For more on the story here is Zachary Devita.     &nbs

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From nukes to U.S. troops: The 5 key obstacles to peace with North Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in will meet Friday in talks that will set the stage for an even more high-stakes summit between President Trump and Kim.        

World

Motorcycle taxi drivers protest low online tariffs

Hundreds of Indonesian motorcycle taxi drivers working for start-ups Grab and Go-Jek have called for an end to low online fares and demanded tighter regulation of ride-hailing companies. Silvia Antonioli reports Video provided by Reuters &#

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South Korea stops blasting K-pop at North Korea across the DMZ ahead of nuclear talks

South Korea had been blasting propaganda messages and K-pop songs from border loudspeakers since the North’s fourth nuclear test in early 2016.        

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Look at the mystery ice circles in Arctic that have scientists baffled

Mysterious ice circles in the Arctic are baffling researchers who aren’t really sure what they are or how they got there.        

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Michael Bloomberg gives UN $4.5 million to fight climate change, softening blow from U.S. cuts

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has long championed the fight against global warming, will make up the shortfall in the agency’s budget caused by U.S. funding cuts.        

World

Suffocating 'pollution pods' shock visitors for Earth day

It’s no secret that London is one smoggy city. But how does it compare to other places around the world? British artist Michael Pinsky has created ‘pollution pods’ from five different atmospheres across three continents.   

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32 Chinese tourists die in North Korea traffic accident

The accident occurred Sunday night in North Hwanghae province, south of Pyongyang, North Korea’s capital.        

World

The most bizarre things found in Pharaohs' tombs

From treasure to traps, you never know what you will find in the tomb of an ancient Pharaoh. Here are the top 3 most unusual finds, according to Ranker.        

TV & Radio

'Westworld' Season 2 premiere recap: Welcome to the brave, bloody new world

The second season premiere of 'Westworld' shows the aftermath of the massacre in the Season 1 finale, and the new world at the park is even bloodier.        

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