Malaysia has sent 150 containers of plastic waste that entered the country illegally back to the US, Britain, France, Japan and a number of other countries.
A fourth person has died of pneumonia caused by a new coronavirus in Wuhan, China; human-to-human transmission has been confirmed.
Citizens are urged to review the travel warnings list on the MoFAIC site.
New UAE-India legal deal gives strong message to loan defaulters: Experts.
Military personnel armed with shovels spread out across St. John's, N.L., Monday in response to calls from people still struggling to dig out from last week's unprecedented snowfall.
Fraud allegations against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou are a «facade» and charges filed by the United States are really about the country trying to enforce its sanctions on Iran, a defence lawyer has argued.
An Indigenous man who was handcuffed at a Vancouver bank while trying to open an account for his granddaughter opens up about the incident, and the apology from BMO.
To preserve their tradition of making clothes from fish skin, elderly people from the Hezhen ethnic minority in China’s northeast are looking outside the community.
[Deutsche Welle] The UK has amped up its pitch for post-Brexit trade with Africa at the UK-Africa Investment Summit. DW examines whether it will have the same economic presence on the continent as China or Russia.
[The Conversation Africa] For three decades, UN peace operations have been falling into the same traps because stakeholders don't want to tackle some of the contradictions confronting peacekeeping. Professor Paul D. Williams from George Washington University recently called this the UN Security Council's «peacekeeping trilemma». This refers to the fact that peacekeeping missions have to meet multidimensional mandates and minimise casualties while working with increasingly tight budgets.
[Deutsche Welle] Angolans are calling for an international investigation into the world-wide dealings that allowed Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of the former president, to become the richest woman in Africa.
After days cooped up inside her $14million loaner mansion, Meghan Markle took son Archie for a walk in the woods Monday morning before Prince Harry landed in Vancouver, Canada.
Rajasthan is facing its worst locust attack in six decades with the insects attacking crops spread over an area of around 3.60 lakh hectares.
Khan will make a keynote address and meet corporate leaders.
Vijayan took to Twitter to congratulate and appreciate the couple.
President Hadi flays Houthis for Yemen attack.
Deux jours après l'incendie de la décharge municipale de Saint Hilaire, les habitants de Faa'a sont partagés. Certains demandent au maire Oscar Temaru de fermer définitivement les lieux, d'autres préfèrent le statu-quo. La commune, elle, n'a toujours pas de plan à présenter.
The president’s lawyers argued in a brief filed Monday that the articles against Trump are “deficient on their face,” while Mitch McConnell released proposed ground rules for the trial.
Fast-rising teenager Jannik Sinner won his first Grand Slam match Tuesday and basked in praise from Roger Federer, who said "we'll see a lot more of" the Italian.
Modern upstarts skateboarding and surfing as well as the ancient martial art of karate are among new sports for 2020 ready to inject some street cred into Tokyo.
A 12-year-old girl and her grandfather are speaking out about being handcuffed on a busy downtown Vancouver street after being falsely accused of a fraud.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister emerged from a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau saying he's prepared to present a modified climate change plan that could include a carbon tax, but he wants the federal government to respect and recognize his province's record on environmental protection.
Justice Brenda Brown dismissed Therese Keenatch's case in a ruling delivered on Jan. 9. Keenatch's IAP claim was rejected on grounds she wasn't technically a student when she was sexually assaulted by a federal employee on the way to a Saskatchewan residential school.
More than a year after Meng Wanzhou's arrest at Vancouver International Airport, the first formal phase of the Huawei executive's extradition hearing has begun in B.C. Supreme Court.
All commercial flights leaving St. John's are grounded until Wednesday morning, as the state of emergency continues in Newfoundland and Labrador's capital city.