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Foreign intelligence targeting Canada’s COVID-19 research and supply chains: report.

Cyber spies are targeting Canada's COVID-19 research, a report says.

After Meng Wanzhou case ruling, Michael Kovrig’s boss urges China not to harm detainees.

The head of the International Crisis Group tells The Canadian Press that China should still release Kovrig and Michael Spavor, after a B.C. judge ruled against Meng Wanzhou.

US Ends Sanction Waivers For Nations In Iran Nuclear Deal.

The United States on Wednesday ended waivers in its sanctions for nations that remain in the Iran nuclear accord, bringing the deal further to the brink of collapse.

SpaceX Crewed Mission Postponed Due To Bad Weather Just Before Launch.

SpaceX's landmark launch to the International Space Station was postponed Wednesday due to poor weather with around 20 minutes to go until takeoff.

SpaceX Crewed Mission Postponed Due To Bad Weather Just Before Launch.

SpaceX's landmark launch to the International Space Station was postponed Wednesday due to poor weather with around 20 minutes to go until takeoff.

Australian zoo welcomes ‘Ash,’ first koala joey born after wildfires.

Wildfires devastated much of Australia earlier this year, killing millions of wild animals, including many koalas.

Boys let black widow bite them in hopes of becoming Spider-Man.

The three brothers found a black widow and passed it around so it would bite them, according to a Bolivian health official.

Boeing Slashes Over 12,000 US Jobs Amid COVID-19, Thousands More Planned.

Boeing Co said Wednesday it was eliminating more than 12,000 US jobs, including involuntary layoffs of 6,770 US workers as the largest American planemaker restructures in the face of the coronavirus...

US Firm Aims To Make 1 Billion COVID-19 Vaccine Doses After Buying Plant.

Novavax Inc is buying a manufacturing plant from privately held Serum Institute of India, the world's largest maker of vaccines by volume, as the U.S. company aims to produce 1 billion doses of its...

France elects its first transgender mayor: ‘They voted for my program’.

Marie Cau was elected mayor of Tilloy-lez-Marchiennes in a nearly unanimous vote on Saturday.

WHO Creates Foundation To Boost Funds In Fight Against COVID-19.

The World Health Organization announced on Wednesday the creation of a foundation to tap new sources of funding that could help ease a potential cash shortage as it leads the global fight against the...

‘They murdered my brother’: Sister of Minneapolis Black man speaks out on deadly arrest.

Minnesota resident George Floyd died shortly after a white Minneapolis police officer pinned him down with a knee to the neck.

«They Killed Him» : Sister Of Black Man Who Died After Arrest Wants Justice.

The sister of an African-American man who died shortly after a white Minneapolis police officer pinned him down with a knee to the neck called for justice on Wednesday, saying the firing of four...

Hong Kong No Longer Autonomous From China: Mike Pompeo Tells Congress.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Congress on Wednesday that Hong Kong no longer enjoys the autonomy promised by Beijing, stripping the financial hub of special trading rights.

SpaceX Rocket Ready To Blast-Off With 2 Astronauts, Trump To Attend Event.

A new era in space begins Wednesday with the launch by SpaceX of two NASA astronauts into space, a capability that for six decades symbolized the power of a handful of states, and which the United...

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Palace breaks silence on claim Kate Middleton is ‘furious’ over workload.

A cover story in Tatler magazine claimed the Duchess of Cambridge bore the brunt of the work after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the Royal Family.

COVID-19 Accelerates US Troop Pullout From Afghanistan Ahead Of Schedule.

The US military withdrawal from Afghanistan is considerably ahead of schedule, an official told AFP on Wednesday, as President Donald Trump reiterated calls for the Pentagon to bring troops home.

Germany ex-chancellor's insult of Ukrainian envoy «despicable» – deputy foreign minister.

Schroeder's comment is a warning to other Russia supporters in Europe: don't get involved with Russian money.

300 Arrested As Thousands Protest In Hong Kong Over China's Proposed Law.

Police in Hong Kong fired pepper pellets and made 300 arrests as thousands of people took to the streets on Wednesday to voice anger over national security legislation proposed by China, that has...

U.S. accuses Russia of sending jets to Libya

Russian military aircraft are likely to provide close air support and offensive fires for the Wagner Group PMC that is supporting the Libyan National Army's fight, the report states.

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«Will Close Down Social Media» : Trump After Twitter Fact-Checks Tweets.

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to close down social media platforms after Twitter labelled two of his tweets "unsubstantiated" and accused him of making false claims.

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B.C. Supreme Court set to release key ruling in Meng Wanzhou extradition case

The British Columbia Supreme Court is scheduled to release a key decision today in the American extradition case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

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NASA astronauts to take flight in historic SpaceX launch.

The space agency said in a statement on Friday NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley will fly aboard NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 test flight to and from the International Space Station (ISS) at 4:33 p.m. ET.

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U.S. ready to cooperate with Ukrainian government to strengthen independence of National Health Service

The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine is ready to continue partnering with the Ukrainian government to strengthen the independence of institutions like the National Health Service of Ukraine (NHSU).

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France Bans Anti-Malarial Drug Hydroxychloroquine For COVID-19 Treatment.

The French government on Wednesday banned treatment of COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial and potentially harmful drug that US President Donald Trump has said he is taking...

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