Troubled Italian bank unveils overhaul plan to stay afloat

MILAN -- Troubled Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena unveiled Tuesday a restructuring plan that will include new management, thousands of job cuts, hundreds of branch closings and the disposal of soured loans in a bid to entice investors to inject up to 5 billion euros ($5.5 billion) in new capital.
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Multiple police forces probe southwestern Ontario deaths

Ontario Provincial Police say they will provide an update this morning on an investigation into multiple deaths spanning several southwestern Ontario communities and police jurisdictions.
The provincial police will hold a media conference at 10 a.m.
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U.K. to decide on new airport runway in crowded London

LONDON -- Britain's government is expected Tuesday to back a plan to expand London's Heathrow airport despite concerns about air pollution, noise and the destruction of homes in the capital's densely populated western neighbourhoods.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling will inform Parliament of the government's decision on how to expand London's airport capacity.
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Obama mixes talk of 'mean tweets,' politics on Jimmy Kimmel

LOS ANGELES -- U.S. President Barack Obama entertained Jimmy Kimmel's audience with some of the mean tweets sent his way, beginning with one sent by Donald Trump in August when he said "President Obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States.
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Vatican: No more scattering of cremation ashes

VATICAN CITY -- The Vatican on Tuesday published guidelines for Catholics who want to be cremated, saying their remains cannot be scattered, divvied up or kept at home but rather stored in a sacred, church-approved place.
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Police deployed in Calais amid influx of young migrants

PARIS -- French police are being deployed to keep order among the young migrants pushing barriers at Calais' makeshift camp.
Dozens of migrants jumped over railings Tuesday in an attempt to get to the camp's temporary processing centre, the first step to being relocated in France.
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Iraqi forces battle Islamic State militants in town far from Mosul

BAGHDAD -- Iraqi forces, backed by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes, battled Islamic State militants for a third day on Tuesday in a remote western town, hundreds of kilometres to the south of the operation to retake Mosul, U.S.
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Evicting migrants: Calais' never-ending operation

French authorities may hope the ongoing evictions of the Calais refugee camp known as the "jungle" will be a permanent solution, but history has shown the area in northern France to be a magnet for migrants.
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Family of slain B.C. girl Reena Virk reacts to news of killer's prison pregnancy

VICTORIA -- Family members of a teenage girl who was viciously beaten and drowned on Vancouver Island nearly two decades ago say they wish their relative's killer well after a news report that she is pregnant in prison.
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Dennis Oland could be released on bail today to await new trial

Dennis Oland will be back before the New Brunswick Court of Appeal this morning for a bail hearing after his second-degree murder conviction in the 2011 death of his father, Richard, was overturned on Monday.
A three-justice panel has ordered a new trial, citing the trial judge's "fundamentally flawed" instructions to the jurors last fall on how they should deal with Oland's incorrect statement to Saint John police about what jacket he was wearing on the night his father was killed.
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Tofino, B.C. marks anniversary of Leviathan II tragedy

VICTORIA - One year ago today, a whale-watching vessel sank off British Columbia's coast, tossing 27 people into the churning Pacific.
Five Britons and one Australian died when the 20-metre Leviathan II capsized in waters near Tofino, located about 320 kilometres northwest of Victoria.
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Here's how much food Walmart throws away over 12 days

Doughnuts and pastries. Stalks of still-crunchy celery. Bags of bright, plump oranges. It sounds like a shopping list, but it was all in Walmart's garbage.
CBC's Marketplace went through trash bins at two Walmart stores near Toronto to see how much food the company throws away.
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