- South Korea mulls court fight over Japan's plan to release contaminated Fukushima water
South Korean President Moon Jae-in ordered officials on Wednesday to explore petitioning an international court over Japan's decision to release water from its Fukushima nuclear plant, his spokesman said, amid protests by fisheries and environmental groups.
- Canadian medical students in St. Vincent pull 'all-nighters' to help evacuees after volcano eruptions
Claire Matlock went from handling final exams as a medical student in St. Vincent to helping people devastated by the La Soufrière volcano eruption — and the volunteer efforts of the Kitchener, Ont., resident and her friends have extended far beyond expectations.
- Calendar moves ever closer to an Olympics that will be different from anything we have seen before
The Tokyo Olympics are scheduled to open in 100 days on July 23. But instead of a global spectacle, these Games will be all about restrictions and protocols to protect the health and safety of athletes and those around them.
- Derek Chauvin justified in his use of force against George Floyd, witness tells murder trial
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was justified in using his knees to pin down George Floyd, a use-of-force expert testified on Tuesday, contradicting testimony by former and current city police officers who said Chauvin's actions violated policy and were excessive.
- Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on April 13
Quebec Premier Francois Legault announced Tuesday that the province is extending emergency measures for another week in three regions, until April 25, as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise.