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Iran Nuclear Talks Count Down to Deadline With No Deal in Sight
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Kerry seeks breakthrough in troubled Iran nuclear talks
Troubled Iran nuclear talks enter the make-or-break endgame Friday as US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart seek a breakthrough just days ahead of a deadline. Meeting in Vienna in a final round of talks between Iran and six world powers before Monday's deadline to agree a deal, the differences are few in number but of major significance. Speaking in Paris Thursday before ...

Iran nuclear talks may be extended as U.S. sees 'big gaps'
By John Irish and Fredrik Dahl VIENNA (Reuters) - World powers and Iran struggled on Saturday to overcome crucial differences that are preventing them from ending a 12-year standoff over Tehran's atomic ambitions, raising the prospect of another extension to the high-stake talks. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said "big gaps" remained with two days to go before a self-imposed Nov. 24 ...

Iran supreme leader moves to break impasse over key cabinet post
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's supreme leader moved on Saturday to break a factional deadlock over the sensitive Ministry of Higher Education by reinstating President Hassan Rouhani's moderate pick as interim minister, Iranian media reported. On Tuesday, the conservative-dominated parliament rejected his fourth nominee to lead universities, which have been centers of ideological battles between pro ...

West not expected to demand Iran atom bomb "mea culpa" in deal
By Fredrik Dahl and Louis Charbonneau VIENNA (Reuters) - World powers are pressing Iran to stop stonewalling a U.N. atomic bomb investigation as part of a wider nuclear accord, but look likely to stop short of demanding full disclosure of any secret weapon work by Tehran to avoid killing an historic deal. Officially, the United States and its Western allies say it is vital that Iran fully ...

 CBC Toronto News

Charity box stolen from Mississauga grocery store

Peel Regional Police are investigating after a thief walked out of a Mississauga grocery store with a charity box and thousands of dollars intended for orphans in Poland.

Fresh out of a coma, teen eager to play hockey again

Last weekend 13-year-old Ali Khaleghi was in a medically induced coma, having nearly died on the ice at a Toronto-area hockey rink.

Buffalo braces for flooding as temperatures rise after massive snowfall
Buffalo winter weather

Residents in the Buffalo area are bracing for flooding as rain and temperatures of up to 15 C are in the forecast following a three-day onslaught that dumped a historic 2.13 metres of snow on the region and killed at least 12 people.

Car stuck for hours at Queens Quay streetcar station

TTC service was disrupted along Queens Quay on Saturday morning after a car made a very wrong turn and got stuck in a streetcar tunnel.

Brampton police seek missing grandmother

Peel Regional Police are asking for the public's help locating a missing Brampton, Ont. woman.

 CBC Canada's Top Stories

Feds move gingerly toward protecting 'Canada brand' in foreign mining operations
COMMONS 20140604

It's taken almost a decade of loud, often unwelcome advocacy, but the federal government appears to finally recognize that Canada's international brand when it comes to the mining sector needs a little spit and polish.

Video of car hitting B.C. senior raises pedestrian safety concerns
Victoria Pedestrian struck

A dashboard camera showing a pedestrian being struck by a vehicle in Victoria Wednesday is a stark reminder that while fatal auto accident rates are going down, pedestrians deaths haven't changed in five years.

Ottawa police website possibly hacked by same group that targeted city
City of Ottawa website hacked Nov 21 2014

The Ottawa police department's website flashed offline Saturday evening at about 6:30 p.m., a day after the City of Ottawa's website was hacked.

More Kinder Morgan protesters arrested as test drilling starts
Burnaby Mountain protesters arrested

About 100 anti-pipeline protesters marched up Burnaby Mountain Saturday and police say 15 were arrested for crossing into the Kinder Morgan work site as the company continued with test drilling that started Friday night


Giving thanks for big stock gains

A street sign is seen in front of the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street in New YorkNEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock investors head into the Thanksgiving holiday thankful for the market's recent strength, which puts major indexes on track for another year of double-digit gains, though the swiftness of the advance has raised eyebrows.

EU investment plan to take shape next week

The European Commission's new President Juncker reacts as he chairs the first official meeting of the EU's executive body in BrusselsBRUSSELS (Reuters) - Jean-Claude Juncker will unveil a much anticipated 300-billion-euro ($370 billion) investment plan on Wednesday that is meant to trigger economic growth in the European Union.

European Parliament may propose Google break-up in draft resolution

People pose with laptops in front of projection of Google logo in this picture illustration taken in Zenica(Reuters) - The European Parliament is preparing a non-binding resolution that proposes splitting Google Inc's search engine operations in Europe from the rest of its business as one possible option to rein in the Internet company?s dominance in the search market.

China's rate-cut likely to hurt banks, curb new loans to small borrowers

The headquarters of the People's Bank of China is pictured behind an iron chain in BeijingSHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's latest interest rate cut is set to dent the profitability of domestic lenders, especially mid-sized banks, which are already suffering from higher bad loans and a slowdown in profit growth.

 CBC Technology & Science

'Dirty snowball' from space likely created Sudbury Basin: researcher
Sudbury rock samples

It?s been long believed the Sudbury Basin was shaped by an asteroid that hit the region more than a billion years ago, but a Laurentian University researcher now says it was likely a comet.

European Space Agency successes 'remarkable': Bob McDonald
Germany Comet Landing

The Europeans have been exploring space independently for decades, with remarkable accomplishments that go almost unrecognized in North America, writes Bob McDonald.

Living gobs of jelly multiplying in Canadian lakes
Holopedium lake

Jelly-covered creatures that look like tapioca are multiplying in many Canadian lakes, clogging up water pipes and potentially disrupting the food chain.

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