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Perpetrators of 2nd attack south of Barcelona killed in shootout   The police force for Spain's Catalonia region says its troopers shot dead several suspects in a "terrorist attack" in the town of Cambrils they said was linked to Thursday's Barcelona van attack that left 13 people dead and more than 100 injured. Tearful reunion as Yazidi boy arrives in Winnipeg   A Yazidi mother and her 12-year-old son had an emotional reunion in Winnipeg early Thursday, three years after their family was separated when captured by ISIS in northern Iraq. She discovered last month that one of her missing sons was alive when she saw his photo on social media. Dramatic scenes after attack in Barcelona's Las Ramblas district   A van crashed into dozens of people in Barcelona's historic Las Ramblas district on Thursday, causing multiple fatalities and wounding numerous people, police say. RCMP says it has intercepted 3,800 asylum seekers crossing illegally into Quebec since Aug. 1   To accommodate the growing number of migrants crossing into Quebec, federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau and Quebec Immigration Minister Kathleen Weil have announced new measures for housing and security. 'You could see all the bodies lying through Las Ramblas:' Barcelona tourist hub turns into scene of horror   Witnesses to the deadly van attack on Barcelona's Las Ramblas say the popular tourist area quickly became a scene of fear and chaos Thursday after a van plowed through a crowd of pedestrians. Alberta government calls on UCP to denounce Rebel Media, racism   The two front-runners vying to lead Alberta's new United Conservative Party were challenged Thursday to publicly renounce Rebel Media and distance themselves from the far-right organization, which has come under increasing scrutiny since violent protests broke out in the U.S. last weekend. NAFTA negotiators get to work in quiet contrast to the political noise outside   While President Donald Trump tweeted up a storm Thursday, the massive NAFTA negotiation he launched was off to a quick, quiet start in the boardrooms of a Washington hotel. Red Sox want to do away with 'racist' legacy of famed Yawkey Way   The Boston Red Sox want to confront their racist past and change the name of iconic Yawkey Way. Trump defends 'history and culture' of Confederate monuments   Donald Trump defended the "history and culture" represented by statues of Confederate leaders early Thursday, even as the descendants of one southern general called for the removal of a memorial to their great-great-grandfather. Andrew Scheer won't grant interviews to The Rebel under current 'editorial direction'   Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said at an event in B.C. on Wednesday night that he won't grant further interviews to Rebel Media if the outlet's editorial direction remains "as it is." 'This can be done:' Making the case for long-form virtual reality   Content creators have gotten a lot more skilled with virtual reality technology and storytelling, allowing for much longer VR experiences, including Miyubi, the "world's first long-form scripted VR comedy." Federal government program to match funds for East Africa garners $21.3M in donations   International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau says a federal program to match donations for the East African famine generated $21.3 million from Canadians. Corrected census figures show share of English speakers in Quebec declining   The share of English speakers in Quebec has decreased — not increased — since 2011, according to figures released by Statistics Canada on Thursday after an error in how the 2016 census responses were counted was discovered. Captain, 2 others on U.S. ship in collision that killed 7 relieved of command   The captain of a U.S. navy warship that lost seven sailors in a collision with a commercial container ship in June will be relieved of command and nearly a dozen others face punishment, the navy's second-ranking admiral said Thursday. Donald Trump is giving Americans exactly what they voted for: Neil Macdonald   How many times can you ask and answer the same questions? Is he a hypocrite? Does he lie? He is, and he does. Hypocrisy oozes from Trump like pus from a septic infection. Military clergy struggle with directive to report sexual misconduct, documents show   Military chaplains are concerned about being forced to violate confidentiality in cases of sexual misconduct, according to documents obtained by CBC News under Access to Information. Worried about PC Financial's move to CIBC? Here's what you need to know   CIBC and PC Financial are breaking up a 20-year banking marriage and divvying up the assets — news one financial expert says isn't necessarily a good or bad thing for consumers. No niqabs on public buses? Confusion reigns after surprise amendments to Quebec bill   Muslim Montrealer Warda Naili is concerned about amendments to Bill 62, saying the provincial government is “tossing this bone” to Quebecers who are obsessed with identity politics. U.S. opens NAFTA talks with focus on trade balance — and a deficit of facts   If it wasn't clear before yesterday's kickoff to NAFTA renegotiations, U.S. trade representative Robert Lighthizer wasted little time in setting things straight: his job is to get a deal that delivers on Donald Trump's promises to U.S. workers. And he won't let the facts get in his way. No one should be surprised at Trump's thoughts about Charlottesville: Keith Boag   No one who's paid any attention to what's been happening in the U.S. for the last two years could dare ask after Charlottesville, "How did it come to this?" Nor can those who truly understand the dark chapters of American history deny the darkness of this moment.
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