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Nearly four years after the Fukushima disaster, Japan is dipping its toes back into the waters of the nuclear energy industry.
On Nov. 11 Canadians will celebrate Remembrance Day in order to honour those who fell in the first and second World Wars. Two days earlier Germans will have their own day of remembrance – for the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The arrest of a 90 year-old Fort Lauderdale man is sparking outrage around the world towards the laws against homeless populations in U.S. cities
ScotiaBank warns of cutting 1,500 jobs across the board, with two-thirds of the downsizing in Canada alone.
A new report on climate change brings hope with a caveat.
… need for cutting greeenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2100, says U.N. climate report.
The World Trade Center is opening its doors again for business 13 years after the 9/11 terrorist attack, creating a milestone for New Yorkers and The United States of America.
Ukraine separatists go ahead with a controversial election and try to set up a government.
The past century has seen hundreds of eruptions across the globe.
Canadian students stand with their Mexican sisters and brothers in their fight for justice.
Oct. 24 means World Polio Day has arrived. As the biggest Ebola outbreak in history is moving around the world, there are talks that history has a chance to repeat itself.