Putin critic who warned he was on Russian hit-list was murdered, police confirm
Britain is now threatening to seize Russian oligarchs' luxury real estate after ex-spy's poisoning
China to bar people with bad 'social credit' from planes, trains: People who would be put on restricted lists included those found to have committed acts like spreading false information about terrorism and causing trouble on flights, as well as those who used expired tickets or smoked on trains.
Nato: Russia underestimates UK allies "The alliance's head says the UK is "not alone", as police say "131 people may have been exposed to the nerve agent"
For the first time, no calves spotted this season of the critically-endangered North Atlantic right whale
Britain First leader Paul Golding 'beaten up by inmates in prison' days after being jailed
Trump's 'joke' about Japanese car inspections dropping bowling balls leaves Tokyo perplexed - A remark made by U.S. President Trump, that Japan drops bowling balls on U.S. cars during inspection to shut them out of the market, later described as a joke by the White House, has left Tokyo perplexed.
Nova Scotia becomes first province or state in North America to ban cat declawing. The ban — part of a worldwide movement against the practice — took effect Thursday after a three-month education period. Veterinarian organizations in many other provinces are having active discussions on the issue.
Georgian President: West Awakening to Russian Security Threat in Historic ‘Now Moment’
Russia says it snuck nuclear attack submarines near US bases undetected
Japan cronyism scandal linked to Shinzo Abe and wife worsens with suicide note. Japanese official who took his own life said he was forced to alter records linked to sale of public land at 85% discount
Russian spy poisoning: chemist says non-state actor couldn't carry out attack
Suitcase spy poisoning plot: Nerve agent 'was planted in luggage of Sergei Skripal's daughter before she left Moscow', intelligence agencies now believe.
Britain's accusations against Russia over the poisoning of a spy in Salisbury are "against international law and common sense" and the UK can expect Moscow's retaliation to come "at any moment", Vladimir Putin's spokesman has said.
South Africa’s ex-president Zuma to be charged for corruption.
Report: Russian Hackers Had The Ability To Shut Down U.S. Power Plants
Jury finds Iraqi teen guilty of planting London subway bomb
UK's top diplomat Boris Johnson says it is "overwhelmingly likely" that Russia's Putin personally ordered nerve agent attack on former spy
65000 join anti-government protests in Slovakia as PM quits.
Police 'victim blame' Telford sex abuse victims as young as 11 with internal memo telling officers 'in most cases the sex is consensual'
Nasa has drawn up plans for huge nuclear spacecraft capable of shunting or blowing up asteroid if it was on course to wipe out life on published details of its Hammer deterrent, eight tonne spaceship which could deflect giant space rock.
Australian man convicted of sexually abusing 12 disadvantaged young boys and men in India fined $235, released the same day. The court case lasted for 17 years.
Canada, U.K., U.S. lawmakers push for decisive G7 action on Putin allies’ assets
Thousands of women, men, children raped in Syria's war: U.N. report
Taiwan wants U.S. Lockheed Martin F-35 stealth jets to defend against a possible Chinese invasion
NRA lawyer said to have had concerns about group’s ties to Russia
U.S. sanctions Russians for meddling, but not Putin's oligarchs
EU starts retaliation process against U.S. tariffs
Brussels publishes US tariffs retaliation lists totaling €6.4 billion
Man beheaded for naming town square after Indian PM Modi by a mob of 40-50 men with hockey sticks and swords in Bihar,India.
U.S. troops who repelled Russian mercenaries prepare for more attacks
Russia Could Have Switched Off U.S. Power, Officials Say
Russian spy poisoning: chemist says non-state actor couldn't carry out attack. Vil Mirzayanov, who worked with the chemical novichok under Soviets for 30 years, says even he would not know how to weaponize it.
North Korea nuclear reactors show new signs of activity
Aung San Suu Kyi faces prosecution for crimes against humanity
The U.S. government is refusing Japanese demands to pay compensation to the bereaved family of a Japanese woman in Okinawa Prefecture who was killed in 2016 by an American man working in a U.S. military base.
Brazilians protest after black human rights activist is murdered.
Mueller Subpoenas Trump Organization, Demanding Documents About Russia
Hundreds gather for Madrid protest after death of street vendor sparked riots
Platypus milk has protein with potential to fight superbugs
279 manster62 We in Canada will never forget how you screwed us on softwood lumber.
6 hairychang It’s unfortunate for all of us in Canada that our money and technology can be given away to large entities for literally $0. This type of thievery isn’t new. But, airbus may prove to be a good partner for our product. They may even have the expertise and corrupt contacts to sell this sucker to more clients than bombardier proved capable of in the last few years. I choose to remain optimistic in this situation. bombardier and airbus have an opportunity to develop a relationship and find synergies in their business units that may in fact lead to more work for bombardier and Canadians. As a Canadian that’s what I expect and anticipate. If Harper was in power I would expect bombardier to be a unit of Boeing by now and be waiting for the day when all manufacturing moves from Toronto and Montreal to Seattle and North Carolina.
95 Lousy_hater As a Canadian, I used to love having America as our closest ally (I still do) but the days are getting rough when the current American leadership is breaking apart the trust we had strengthen over the century..
9 Zeknichov If America isn't playing fairly then Canada has no choice but to take protective measures. This will not help America or Canada as a whole but at least Canada won't be exploited by America.
66 pm_your_lifehistory if you people were smart you would ban US coal, you would not only have something to bargain with but you would also knock the ever-living shit out of the areas that voted for trump. Just about every single piece of american coal that leaves the US leaves via canada and there really is no other way to do it without a massive amount of port restructuring that would take years in what is already a dying industry. I never thought I would be in a position where I am cheering on Canada over the American Appalachians but here we are.
18 arthurpaliden Remember people, Canada does not subsidize lumber. That is why Canada keeps winning at the WTO and NAFTA.
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3 Devanismyname Doesn't the US have to pay us a bunch of money the owe us?
7 herbertportillo "You've restored American credibility on the world stage" - Idiot Mike Pence Deep down Republicans must know that the world hates when they get elected, or they're absolutely deluded