World - CBSNews.com 8 April 2018

Canadian hockey bus crash victims identified

Fifteen people were killed when a tractor-trailer slammed into their chartered bus Friday en route to a crucial playoff game

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Bill Cosby returns to court for 2nd sexual assault trial

Bill Cosby’s retrial begins Monday -- the second one in less than a year. This time the 80-year-old will face multiple accusers in court. CBS News correspondent Meg Oliver reports.

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Canada mourns 15 members of junior hockey team killed

Canada is reeling after 15 members of a junior hockey team died Friday when their bus collided with a truck on a highway. The top of the bus was sheared off and its front end was completely destroyed. CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal reports.

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Trump calms fears of a trade war with China

The Trump administration is trying to calm worry of a possible trade war with China after a week of threatening the country with tariffs on imports that total $160 billion and accusing it of stealing U.S. intellectual property. CBS News correspondent Weijia Jiang reports.

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Apparent chemical attack in Syria kills at least 40 people

Syrian opposition groups and rescuers are accusing the Bashar Assad regime of another deadly chemical attack. They say it happened Saturday in Douma, near the capital Damascus. More than 40 were reported dead, including families found in their homes and shelters. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports.

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U.S. confirms North Korea is willing to talk denuclearization, official says

Talks between the two leaders are supposed to take place by May, but a time and place have yet to be decided

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German police detain 6 in connection to planned knife attack

Police say the suspects ages ranged between 18 and 21 years old

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Antonio Banderas on his hometown Málaga

"A man without roots is a nobody," says actor Antonio Banderas, who showed correspondent Seth Doane around his hometown of Málaga, Spain, and around its museum honoring fellow local boy-done-good Pablo Picasso, the artist whom Banderas plays in the National Geographic series, "Genius."

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The Faroe Islands, home to a Michelin star

The Faroe Islands - a country of 18 tiny islands in-between Iceland and Norway, and officially part of the kingdom of Denmark - bill themselves as Europe's best-kept secret. But it may not be a secret much longer, after a local restaurant, Koks, earned the islands' first Michelin star. Conor Knighton visits a beautiful dining destination far removed from the rest of the world.

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The Faroe Islands, a new foodie destination

The far-away group of 18 tiny islands in-between Iceland and Norway is home to 50,000 - and now, a Michelin-starred restaurant

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Dozens dead in suspected chemical weapon attack

First responders in Syria said they found families suffocated in their homes and shelters, with foam on their mouths

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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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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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