CBC 'It broke me': Six months later, witnesses to London's Grenfell Tower fire still have flashbacks 2017-12-14T14:09:41.000000000-05:00 As British officials, including the royals, memorialize the six-month anniversary of the Greenfell Tower fire, area residents are still haunted by the tragedy and angered by what they see as a poor government response. FCC votes to roll back U.S. net neutrality protections 2017-12-14T13:17:08.000000000-05:00 The Federal Communications Commission voted to roll back U.S. laws designed to ensure a free and open internet, a controversial yet expected decision that critics say hands control of web traffic to a small number of billion-dollar companies. 4 children dead after school bus, train crash in southern France 2017-12-14T12:17:38.000000000-05:00 Four children were killed after a train and a school bus collided outside the town of Perpignan in southwestern France on Thursday, the Interior Ministry says. EU hails 'historic' joint defence agreement, but many questions remain 2017-12-14T12:07:43.000000000-05:00 European Union nations, now unfettered by Britain's decision to quit, achieved a 70-year-old ambition on Thursday to integrate their defences, launching a pact between 25 EU governments to fund, develop and deploy armed forces together. Republican Fahrentold won't run again amid sexual harassment revelations 2017-12-14T11:56:45.000000000-05:00 Republican U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold won't seek re-election in 2018 after allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour from former staffers. Theresa May meets with EU leaders on Brexit after being chastened at home 2017-12-14T11:01:13.000000000-05:00 European Union chief Donald Tusk warns of a bruising Brexit battle ahead as Britain and the remaining 27 EU countries move onto to discussions over their future trade relations. North Korea says naval blockade would be 'act of war' 2017-12-14T10:14:19.000000000-05:00 North Korea warns it would take "merciless self-defensive" measures should the United States enforce a naval blockade, which Pyongyang sees as "an act of war." 'I am part of the problem,' Morgan Spurlock says of sexual harassment 2017-12-14T09:28:57.000000000-05:00 Declaring 'I am part of the problem,' documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock confesses in an online post to sexual harassment and infidelity, saying a woman accused him of rape in college. Al-Shabaab claims suicide bombing that kills 18 in Somalia 2017-12-14T08:45:12.000000000-05:00 An Islamic extremist suicide bomber disguised as a police officer killed at least 18 and injured 20 at a police academy in Somalia's capital on Thursday, police say. Over 6,700 Rohingya killed in a single month, Doctors Without Borders estimates 2017-12-14T08:42:19.000000000-05:00 International aid group Doctors Without Borders said its field survey has found at least 6,700 Rohingya Muslims were killed between August and September in a crackdown by Myanmar's security forces.