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(US-Trump-Iran) (Audio: 132)

U-N Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is deeply disappointed by the U-S decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal and calls on the five other signatories to fully abide by their commitments.

The U-N chief also called on all other member states to support the 2015 agreement.

Guterres says the deal represents a major achievement in nuclear non-proliferation and diplomacy and has contributed to peace and security.

U-S President Donald Trump announced today that the U-S would be withdrawing from what he called "a horrible, one-sided deal'' based on a lie. (15)

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(Sask-School-Shooting) (Audio: 138)

A judge has sentenced a young man who shot up a school and a home in northern Saskatchewan to life in prison for murder today as she admonished a system she says has abandoned the survivors.

Judge Janet McIvor says students in the community of La Loche are not getting the support they need, and they are being revictimized.

The shooter, who was weeks away from his 18th birthday at the time of the crimes, was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 10 years. (15)

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(Ferry-Police-Incident) (Audio: 136)

The R-C-M-P say a male has died after shots were fired during an attempted arrest by police at a ferry terminal in Nanaimo, B-C.

Officers were called to the Departure Bay terminal today to arrest a male in connection with a violent carjacking in another part of the province.

Police accounts indicate the male got out of the vehicle with what was believed to be a gun and shots were fired. (15)

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(Harassment-NDP) (Audio: P16)

New Democrat M-Ps say they are saddened by news that yet another of their colleagues has been temporarily suspended over allegations of inappropriate sexual behaviour. …

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