The Globe and Mail has obtained eyewitness accounts of massacres by Somali troops embedded with Eritrean forces in Tigray in the early months of the war
Canada Post workers risk being sent home from work if they wear masks other than ones issued by the corporation, even if their masks are an upgrade in safety.
The idea is to move from crisis mode to control mode, approaching COVID-19 in much the same way countries deal with flu or measles
BEIRUT (AP) — In the dark streets of a Beirut now often without electricity, sometimes the only light that shines is from headlamps worn by scavengers, searching through garbage for scrap to sell....
Measures under consideration include small arms, as well as night goggles, helmets, armoured vests and military radios for Ukraine’s armed forces. Also on the table is providing intelligence and...
Antony Blinken will meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and then travel to Berlin for talks with allies before going to Geneva to meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov
Alberta restaurant temporarily closes after staff accepts pictures of dogs as proof of COVID-19 vaccine
Lebanon is suffering crippling power cuts and fuel shortages due to its economic crisis
Canada, with a sizeable and politically influential population of Ukrainian descent, has taken a strong line with Russia since its annexation of Crimea
Germany's former chancellor thanked UN chief Antonio Guterres "and let him know that she would not be taking up the offer." She was reportedly offered the opportunity to chair a high-level advisory...
Some member states remain wary of responding to ‘hybrid’ attacks such as cyber warfare
Ontario reports 7,086 new cases of COVID-19 with a record 4,183 people in hospital and 580 people in intensive care
Visiting Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly says she intends to take plea to Ottawa for ‘timely’ decision
Declassified report shows Joe Biden was warned that Afghan air force would collapse months prior to U.S. withdrawal
Pet shop employee was the first untraceable Delta infection in three months, sparking concern of animal-to-human transmission, though no such confirmed cases have been found globally to this date
The explosion of Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai all but cut off a Pacific island country from the outside world, but the damage to populated areas is not as bad as many feared. Here’s a visual guide to...
Spanish-based rights group Safeguard says Beijing had surpassed 10,000 returns under its Sky Net program by late 2021
Canada’s Olympic committee has recommended that Canadian athletes restrict the amount of personal information they store on any devices they bring to Beijing