Kids getting in touch with nature at Nova Scotia's Open Air Learning
Working to preserve Mi’kmaw in Nova Scotia
Couple moves into school bus and sets out on journey of a lifetime
Cape Breton's Amber Tapley reshaped her life and launched a healing ...
Brian Braganza helps people find the courage to make a better world
Toxic mercury in fish rising with climate change and overfishing
‘Flight shame’ website lets you calculate your trip’s toll on climate
UN flags need to eat less meat to curb land-use impact on global warming
Two dead in Russian rocket engine explosion; radiation spikes, shipping shut
Founder of site linked to mass shootings says he created ‘a monster’
Nobel-winning author Toni Morrison dead at 88
Voting starts in Tunisian presidential election
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisians began casting votes in an unpredictable presidential election on Sunday where there is no overwhelming front-runner, with the young democracy's economic ills dominating the agenda. Polling stations opened at 8am (0700 GMT) ...
Pakistan summons Afghan, Indian diplomats after soldiers, civilian killed
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan has summoned diplomats from Afghanistan and India after several shooting incidents along two different borders killed four Pakistani soldiers and a civilian woman. Accusations of firing by both sides across the ...
Iran says U.S. bases and aircraft carriers within range of its missiles: Tasnim
DUBAI (Reuters) - An Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander said on Sunday that U.S. bases and aircraft carriers in the region were within range of Iranian missiles after the U.S. accused Iran of leading attacks on Saudi oil plants, raising tensions ...
Mexico to probe officials over 2014 case of 43 missing students
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican prosecutors will investigate officials who under the previous government handled a "discredited" probe into the 2014 disappearance of 43 student teachers, the attorney general's office said on Saturday. The abduction ...
Taliban revoke ban on Red Cross, provide security guarantees
KABUL (Reuters) - The Taliban on Sunday revoked their ban on the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Afghanistan and gave a guarantee of security for its staff doing humanitarian work in areas under their control. Taliban leaders ...
Japan culls 753 hogs to contain swine fever outbreak
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese officials have culled 753 pigs in Saitama Prefecture north of Tokyo after detecting an outbreak of swine fever, the Yomiuri newspaper said on Sunday. The cull, which took place on Saturday, was necessary after it was ...
Hong Kong protesters sing 'God Save the Queen' in plea to Britain
By Jessie Pang and Alun John HONG KONG (Reuters) - Thousands of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters marched under a sea of umbrellas on Sunday after hundreds had sung "God Save the Queen" outside the British Consulate demanding that the former ...
Congo police detain former health minister in Ebola probe
KINSHASA (Reuters) - A former Congolese health minister was taken into custody on Saturday over alleged mismanagement of funds for the country's response to the Ebola epidemic, police said. Oly Ilunga oversaw Democratic Republic of Congo's handling ...
Spanish floods claim sixth victim
ORIHUELA, Spain (Reuters) - A 41-year-old man was found dead in southeastern Spain on Saturday, the local government said, bringing to at least six the death toll inflicted over the past two days by record-breaking rain. More than 1,100 military ...
UAW will not extend GM contract, but no decision on strike
(Reuters) - The United Auto Workers said late on Saturday that it will not extend its contract with General Motors Co that was set to expire in hours, but would continue to work pending a meeting of senior union officials. The union will continue to ...