Sudan’s second most powerful leader Mohamed Hamdan Daglo is in Addis Ababa on a two-day visit.
Investigators said there was an interaction between a man and an officer Friday night before the man was shot, York regional police said in a statement.
Mount St. Vincent University professor Maya Eichler told a Nova Scotia legislature committee this week the system for veterans has historically assumed veterans are male.
The airstrike in northern Saada province Friday was part of an intense air and ground offensive that marked an escalation in Yemen’s yearslong civil war.
Assault on the Ghwayran prison city of Hasakeh is one of ISIL’s most significant since its ‘caliphate’ was established.
Canada is preparing to honour the 95-year-old royal with a series of tributes to mark her 70 years on the throne.
Unemployment is down, but inflation is up – and Americans are not happy about it.
Portland Trail Blazers (19-26, 10th in the Western Conference) vs. Toronto Raptors (22-21, eighth in the Eastern Conference)
Twitter says it used both human review and technology in deciding to suspend more than 300 accounts and hashtags.
As social media becomes even more commonplace in society, four Canadian parents offer advice to others on how to manage their children’s usage.