Oil spill in Bangladesh sparks online controversyIn this edition: reactions to the oil spill in Bangladesh; Justin Bieber's fans mourn the death of his dog; and one man’s cunning ploy to get Christmas kisses.
Mubarak verdict fuels protests and mockery in EgyptIn this edition: strong reactions to the court decision to acquit Hosni Mubarak; the online campaign seeking a new home for Darwin the monkey; and a high speed chase with toy cars.
Canadian to head organisation of Francophone countriesCanada's onetime governor-general Michaelle Jean, a former journalist born in Haiti, was chosen Sunday after intense debate as the new head of the international organisation…
IN THE WORLD PAPERS
Swiss reject new anti-immigration referendumOliver Farry provides an overview of today's international headlines.
USA: Anonymous takes on the Ku Klux KlanIn this edition: Anonymous takes on the Ku Klux Klan; Canadian web users campaign in memory of a victim of child pornography; and a video of snorkelling with humpback whales.
Anger in Canada over murders of Aboriginal womenIn this edition, we take a look at the growing public anger in Canada over the scores of missing and murdered Aboriginal women. Also: the Kurdish mayor who's watching her…
INSIDE THE AMERICAS
Bin Laden's alleged killer speaks outThis week, the man who says he fired the final shots that killed Osama bin Laden has stepped out of the shadows. We bring you more on that former US Navy Seal's first ever…
France, Canada stand side by side in terror fight, says HollandeVisiting French President Francois Hollande brought a message of solidarity in the global fight against terrorism to Canada’s parliament Monday, less than two weeks after a lone…
FRANCE - CANADA
Live: Hollande addresses Canada's parliament on trade missionFrench President François Hollande on Monday addresses the Canadian federal parliament as the two countries prepare for a new trade pact. Click the video box below to watch live…
Internet tax sparks outrage in HungaryIn this edition: an Internet tax sparks outrage in Hungary; Canadians show support for the country's Muslim community; and a German man demonstrating extreme wheel-barrowing.
End of Rob Ford era as Toronto elects new mayorToronto elected a moderate conservative as mayor on Monday night, ending the Rob Ford era marked by scandals over his illegal drug use and public drunkenness.
DOWN TO EARTH
Climate therapyGreenhouse gas emissions are rising at the fastest rate in three decades. Meteorologists warn the world is running out of time. In this episode, the Down to Earth team explores…