Global National: March 18, 2023 | Montreal fire creating fears many more could be missing
CA, 19 Mar 2023
In our top story: A fatal fire in Old Montreal this week maybe even more devastating than first thought, with police now taking over the investigation. Authorities say they believe there may be people still inside the heritage building, but it's not known for sure as it's still too dangerous to go inside. Six people are unaccounted for, but as Mike Armstrong reports, there may be even more missing.
Today marks the ninth anniversary of the day Russia annexed Crimea. To celebrate, Russian President Vladimir Putin made a surprise visit to the region just one day after the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mackenzie Gray reports.
A recent drug and weapons bust in Canada is raising alarm over the role of new technology in violent crime. Callum Smith takes a look at what may be needed to combat the use of 3D printing in weapons manufacturing.
Greece is still reeling from its worst rail disaster in modern history, with protests now entering their third week. Crystal Goomansingh looks at why protesters are blaming the government for the deadly crash between two trains late last month and why unrest continues to grow.
Scam artists are now upping the ante by praying on those looking for love by using artificial intelligence to create the "perfect person" in an attempt to rob vulnerable victims of their money. Tomasia DaSilva explains.
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