World leaders slam Navalny death as 'murder'
Jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is dead, according to the prison service of the Yamalo-Nenets region where he had been serving his sentence. Leaders from around the world are calling his death a murder. He was 47.
Indian farmers attempt fourth march on Delhi
Thousands of India’s farmers continue their protest some 200 kilometres outside New Delhi, having been blocked from moving closer to the capital for the last four days. They are demanding a guaranteed price for crops.
Bob Marley biopic is dividing reggae fans
Decades after his death, the biopic Bob Marley: One Love hits theatres. While the reggae musician was all about peace, love and bringing people together, this film has divided fans and critics.
Tinder-style app for teens could pose 'online danger'
Experts say it has major concerns about the popular teen app 'Wizz,' which uses a Tinder-style swipe interface to match young people from around the world. The app opens users up to online predators, they say.
One in five migratory species threatened with extinction
A new United Nations report says that almost half of the world's migratory animals are in decline and that many birds and fish are at risk of extinction.
Billions wagered on the Super Bowl, as Chiefs win again
Nearly 68 million Americans were expected to bet on the Super Bowl, with an estimated $23 billion wagered on who will win the game. On the field, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in overtime.
Skiiers chased down the mountain by a moose
Skiers and snowboarders in Jackson Hole, Wyo. have caught the terrifying moment a moose chased toward them at full speed down the mountain.
Tensions high as Pakistan's election wraps up
While polls are now closed in Pakistan, tensions remain high after a campaign that has seen violence and a government crackdown on the leaders and symbols of one the country's most popular parties.
Netanyahu rejects latest Hamas ceasefire offer
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected Hamas's proposed ceasefire and hostage-release terms as talks continue. Netanyahu vowed to press ahead with fighting Hamas until 'absolute victory.'
Atlantic Canada hit with heaviest snowfall in 20 years
A powerful winter storm has brought the heaviest snowfall to Atlantic Canada in 20 years. Schools and roads have been closed and Cape Breton, N.S., declared a state of emergency.
Ceasefire negotiations continue amid divisions in Israel
As efforts continue to negotiate a ceasefire deal between Israel and Hamas, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing competing pressures to both get one done, and to keep up a relentless pursuit of Hamas.
Unprecedented number of child amputees in Gaza
UNICEF estimates more than 1,000 children needed amputations — some without painkillers or anesthetic — during the first two months of the Israel-Hamas war. Doctors say many limb removals would be unnecessary if they had adequate resourc...
Aid for Gaza in jeopardy with UNRWA funding cuts
Several countries have cut funding to the United Nations relief program for Palestinians after accusations that some workers had links to the Oct. 7 attacks on Israel.
Biden vows response after three U.S. troops killed in Jordan
Three soldiers were killed in an overnight drone strike targeting U.S. troops near the Syrian border. President Joe Biden has vowed to retaliate, adding to fears of an escalated conflict in the Middle East.
Italian tourists among those killed in B.C. helicopter crash
Two of the three people killed when a helicopter crashed near Terrace, B.C, have been identified as Italian tourists on a heli-skiing trip. Seven people were on board the helicopter and four remain in hospital.
World’s first Malaria vaccine begins in Cameroon
In a world first, the new Malaria vaccine begins its rollout in Cameroon. Wilfred Fon Mbacham, a professor of public health biotechnology at the University of Yaoundé, says a new malaria vaccine is a badly needed tool in Cameroon's fight...
Hamas releases video purportedly of killed Israeli hostages
Hamas militants have released unverified video purportedly showing the bodies of two Israeli hostages killed in captivity. Meanwhile, the United Nations warns of the growing hunger crisis in Gaza, saying the collective punishment of Pale...
Red Sea tensions delaying global supply chains
Houthi rebels from Yemen are targeting shipping vessels in the Red Sea, forcing ships to take a longer route around the Horn of Africa and affecting supply chains in North America.
Princess of Wales, King undergo medical procedures
The Princess of Wales has undergone a planned abdominal surgery at a London clinic, while the King is being treated for an enlarged prostate. Princess Catherine is not expected to return to royal duties until after Easter, but King Charl...
Trump sets record with Iowa victory margin
After Donald Trump's resounding victory at the Iowa caucuses, the next Republican primary will be in New Hampshire, where Nikki Haley is concentrating her efforts while Ron DeSantis focuses on Haley's home state of South Carolina.
Zelenskyy pleads for support at World Economic Forum
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is hoping his message for more military and humanitarian aid at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, gains traction as Russia’s war with his country closes in on the two-year mark.
Donald Trump wins Iowa Republican caucuses
Former U.S. president Donald Trump is the projected winner of the Iowa caucuses, raising the stakes for the two candidates vying for second place: former UN ambassador Nikki Haley and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Volcano erupts for second day in Iceland
A lava flow poured into the Icelandic fishing town of Grindavik, destroying several homes and damaging others. Officials say efforts to redirect the lava around the town were working until a new fissure opened up.
Netanyahu vows to continue the war 100 days after Hamas attack
One hundred days into the Israel-Hamas war, the calls for peace are growing louder. Israel has vowed to continue its attacks ‘to total victory’ as Palestinians struggle to survive.
Studios avoid marketing new movies as 'musicals'
The trailers for Wonka and the Mean Girls revamp left out one detail — they’re both musicals. Industry watchers say the marketing tactic is likely being used after some high-profile musicals underperformed at the box office.
Presidential hopefuls make final push before Iowa caucuses
Republican voters in Iowa spent the weekend deciding who to choose as a presidential candidate and whether they would be able to get to the polls after a massive winter storm.
Anger in Yemen after Western airstrikes
U.S President Joe Biden has warned the Houthis that if their attacks on Red Sea commercial shipping continue, they will see a greater response from the U.S and United Kingdom. It comes as thousands protest the strikes in Yemen.
China accused of attempting influence Taiwan vote
The number of disinformation and cyber attacks targeting Taiwan has exploded in the run-up to the country’s presidential election. Google alone has removed more than 60,000 fake news channels coming from China.
Israel defends itself against genocide charge at the ICJ
Israel responded to South Africa's allegation at the International Court of Justice that it is committing genocide in Gaza, saying the application should be dismissed as a libel designed to deny Israel's right to defend itself against Ha...