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25 November 2014
The riots in Ferguson, Mo. following a grand jury’s decision not to indict the police officer who shot Michael Brown led many Canadian world headlines Tuesday
24 November 2014
Canadian broadcast media led with the thaw in Buffalo as the focus online while newspapers looked at other foreign news.
19 November 2014
A failed U.S. Senate vote and the prospect of a fresh round of fighting in Ukraine led Canadian world headlines Wednesday.
18 November 2014
A deadly attack in Jerusalem and unrest in a Missouri town were featured prominently in Canadian world sections Tuesday.
17 November 2014
The J-Source International Reporting Bureau spoke with CBC producer Stephanie Jenzer about the broadcaster’s Ebola coverage.
17 November 2014
Western leaders used the world stage of the G20 summit to verbally condemn the advancement of Russian forces into eastern Ukraine, slighting President Vladimir Putin in the process.
16 November 2014
This week, Canadian world headlines were taken over by the commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the continuation of Russia’s military advance into Ukraine.
14 November 2014
This week, Canadian world headlines were taken over by the commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the continuation of Russia's military advance into Ukraine.
13 November 2014
Canadian media ran significant coverage of Russian military movements confirmed by NATO yesterday

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