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Iran to analyse black box after missile blamed for crash

Iran to analyse black box after missile blamed for crash

Iran said on Friday it wanted to download black box recordings itself from a Ukrainian airliner that crashed, killing all 176 people aboard, after Canada and others said the plane was brought down by an Iranian missile

Bridal party, academics among Canadian plane crash victims in Iran

Bridal party, academics among Canadian plane crash victims in Iran

A newlywed couple that had traveled to Iran to get married were among the 63 Canadians killed when their Ukrainian Airlines flight crashed early Wednesday

Trump unveils plan to import cheaper foreign drugs

Trump unveils plan to import cheaper foreign drugs

Donald Trump's administration unveiled a plan Wednesday to allow for importation of lower-price prescriptions from Canada and other countries, a cost-saving goal championed by both the US president ...

Tanzania protests after plane seized in Canada over land compensation dispute

Tanzania protests after plane seized in Canada over land compensation dispute

Tanzania summoned Canada's envoy to protest after an aircraft set to be delivered to state-owned Air Tanzania was impounded in a land compensation dispute

Canada's Trudeau retains power in election but will have minority government

Canada's Trudeau retains power in election but will have minority government

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals held onto power after a closely fought election on Monday but were reduced to a minority government that will need the support in Parliament of a smaller left-leaning party.

Resurgent Quebec separatist movement strips Trudeau of majority

Resurgent Quebec separatist movement strips Trudeau of majority

A Quebec separatist party that softened its demands for independence reaped the reward on Monday, mounting a remarkable comeback

Canadians vote in tight election as Trudeau hopes to cling to power

Canadians vote in tight election as Trudeau hopes to cling to power

Canadians began voting in a general election Monday, with surveys predicting a minority government as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party risks losing its majority

Top Canadian police intelligence officer charged with leaking secret information

Top Canadian police intelligence officer charged with leaking secret information

A top Canadian police intelligence officer has been charged with leaking secret information, authorities said on Friday, in what could be a major security breach.

Amid fears of higher Dorian death toll, islanders vie to leave

Amid fears of higher Dorian death toll, islanders vie to leave

Bahamians scrambled to escape the islands hardest-hit by Dorian, which has killed at least 43 people, while the storm wreaked ‘havoc’ farther north in Canada after making landfall near Halifax Saturday.

Canadian air force joins hunt for teen murder suspects

Canadian air force joins hunt for teen murder suspects

The Royal Canadian Air Force has joined the hunt for two fugitive teens suspected of triple murder, officials said Saturday, backing up a vast search operation unfolding in Manitoba's remote northeast.

Cops search for two missing teens after tourist deaths in northern Canada

Cops search for two missing teens after tourist deaths in northern Canada

The Canadian federal police said on Sunday they are searching for two missing teenagers in northern Canada, days after an Australian and an American were found dead on a remote highway ...

Sudan's military leaders sign $6mn deal with shady lobbyist

Sudan's military leaders sign $6mn deal with shady lobbyist

A Canadian lobbying firm has signed a $6mn deal to clean up the image of feared Sudanese military leader Hemedti and grant his provisional military council diplomatic recognition and international funding, according to the contract document published by the US.