World - CBSNews.com 7 April 2018

Police: Vehicle crashes into crowd in Germany, killing several

Spokesperson for the local police said the driver shot and killed himself immediately after crashing into the crowd

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British government cracks down on ivory sales

The British government this week announced plans for a major crackdown on the sale ivory. It’s an effort to stop the slaughter of tens of thousands of elephants each year. Simon Cullen reports.

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15 dead after Canadian junior hockey team bus crash

"An entire country is in shock and mourning," Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said

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Germany on edge after vehicle plows into crowd of people

The historic city of Muenster, Germany, was on edge after a vehicle plowed into a crowd of people. At least two were killed and 20 others were wounded. Roxana Saberi reports.

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Heavy rain, snow and record-low temperatures across the U.S.

The first week of April is ending with some wild weather. Shrevenport, Louisiana, got hammered by hail. Parts of Kentucky got a coating of spring snow, and temperatures dropped to record lows across the central U.S. Heavy rain is drenching the West from Southern California to Seattle. Carter Evans reports.

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Preview: Antonio Banderas

This week on "Sunday Morning": Actor Antonio Banderas takes Seth Doane on a tour of his hometown, Malaga, on the southern coast of Spain.

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Gaza buries journalist killed while covering mass protests

Yasser Murtaja was wearing a flak jacket marked "press" and holding his camera when he was shot in an exposed area just below the armpit

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Death toll rises in Gaza-Israel border protests

At least nine Palestinians were killed during a protest at the Gaza border when Israeli soldiers opened fire from the other side. Hundreds of others were injured in what was the second large-scale demonstration in a week. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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