A self-styled prophet has been arrested by police in the Democratic Republic of Congo after a shoot-out in a residential neighbourhood of the capital, Kinshasa. “Mission accomplished, it’s done,” the
What Chilliwack RCMP initially described as an “unfolding police incident” is now being treated as a missing person investigation, said police Thursday afternoon. Investigators say David McCallum, 39, last spoke
Gun control campaigners are praising Justin Trudeau’s promise to ban “assault-style weapons” in the aftermath of the horrific Nova Scotia shooting rampage. But gun owners’ rights advocates say Trudeau is
(Reuters) – A handful of U.S. senators have called on top cybersecurity officials to aggressively protect health and research organizations from potential hacking and other attacks as the country battles
Lethbridge’s director of community services, Tony Vanden Heuvel, says despite unprecedented events this year, many of the city’s major construction projects like Fire Station #5, the Nikka Yuko expansion and
The prime minister “continues to improve” in intensive care and had a “good night” in hospital, Downing Street has said. Boris Johnson is spending his fourth full day in hospital
PARIS (BLOOMBERG) – Philippe Petitcolin has had a hard time getting workers back on the factory floor. The Safran chief executive officer’s efforts to resume work at sites building jet
In the past several days, members of the Nova Scotia RCMP say they have reported being threatened to be coughed on by members of the public who claim to be
While the world seeks unity to fight COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, China and the U.S. have become involved in an ugly slagging match over the illness.
SEOUL (REUTERS) – South Korea will announce measures on Wednesday (March 18) to ease dollar funding shortages in its local market, two government officials familiar with the matter told Reuters.