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National Post –  Thank goodness the COVID lockdowns are over. Now we can get back to normal life which, unfortunately, increasingly means ending one lockdown...

AP — It’s an Olympics like no other — and the Tokyo Games are surely that — but this is an event that has persevered...

Global News – It’s hazy out there in Montreal and other parts of Quebec once again Tuesday due to smoke billowing in from wildfires in...

Reuters – The global rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic is set to drive emissions of greenhouse gases that stoke climate change to all-time highs, the...

Politico – As the Senate’s bipartisan infrastructure talks drive closer to a ditch, the House is impatiently waiting for its turn at the wheel. Fresh...

The federal government announced today it plans to let fully vaccinated tourists visit Canada again soon. Ottawa now says that — starting Aug. 9 at...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ‘freedom day’ ending over a year of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in England was marred on Monday by surging infections, warnings of...

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD/In one of the largest deployments of soldiers since the end of white minority rule, 25,000 South African troops began taking up...

THE GUARDIAN/President Bashar al-Assad took the oath of office for a fourth term in war-ravaged Syria on Saturday, after officially winning 95% of the vote in an...

CNN – Against all odds, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau managed to beat a Covid-19 vaccination benchmark that even his counterpart to the south, US...

ABC – India’s Parliament erupted in protests on Tuesday as opposition lawmakers accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government of abusing military-grade spyware, known as Pegasus,...

NPR – In those rare quiet moments during lockdown, millions of restaurant workers found themselves thinking about the realities of their work. Breaks barely long...

Axios – Jeff Bezos and three other passengers took flight with his space company Blue Origin on Tuesday morning, launching high above West Texas. Bezos...

AHRWEILER, Germany — Almost 200 people were dead and more than 700 injured, with many still missing Monday, as Germany counted the cost of the devastating floods and asked whether...

Maya Yoshida, the captain of Japan’s men’s national soccer team, urged Olympic organizers to reconsider having fans at the Games even as the country deals with the coronavirus. Yoshida and...

Rights activists, journalists and lawyers around the world have been targeted with phone malware sold to authoritarian governments by an Israeli surveillance firm, media reports...

NPR/”Fewer than one in three Americans recognize alcohol as a cause of cancer,” says Harriet Rumgay, researcher at the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the specialized cancer...