Canada vows to speak up for human rights in China as spat between ambassadors over asylum to Hong Kong protestors heats up
Ties between the countries are at their lowest, largely due to China’s outrage over Canada’s detention of a Huawei executive and Beijing's arrest of two Canadian 'spies'
Ambassador Cong Peiwu said that if Ottawa cares about the 3,00,000 Canadians in Hong Kong, it should support the government’s ‘efforts to fight violent crimes’
Pakistan and Khalistanis in a sort of 'abusive marriage': Terry Milewski, author of paper on Sikh separatists
The paper, titled 'Khalistan: A Project of Pakistan', supports the longstanding belief that support for a separate Sikh State is part of the Pakistani strategy to 'bleed' India
In US, African-American protesters send out a powerful message of reform by dressing in their 'Sunday-best'
Almost every protest movement has its visual signifiers: images etched in the collective memory that crystallize the causes for which they were fought.
Canadian protesters chanted "Stand up to Trump!" to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he joined thousands at an anti-racism rally on Friday and took a knee alongside protesters
Embattled at home and isolated abroad: Over 40 months in, Donald Trump's presidency is at its lowest ebb
With US cities burning and the coronavirus still raging, killing more people than in any other country, President Donald Trump also has growing problems overseas. He has never before been so isolated and ignored, even mocked
Expanding G7: India should see Donald Trump's suggestion as an opportunity, not a geopolitical curveball that might upset China
The India-US security cooperation and strategic collaboration are all set to tighten, and we may see a more explicit reflection of this geopolitical reality driven by the hostile behaviour of an expansionist and revisionist power in China.
President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin of Russia spoke by telephone on Monday, two days after Trump said he would invite Putin to attend a Group of 7 summit in the United States in September, the latest instance of a renewed round of personal diplomacy between the two leaders this year
Canada's total cases rose to 81,765 on Friday, and deaths were up less than 2 percent to 6,180.
Donald Trump threatens to entirely cut off relationship with China over COVID-19 amid calls for action against Beijing
US president Donald Trump threatened to cut off the whole relationship with China in response to the spread of COVID-19 across the world
As COVID-19 lockdowns ease worldwide, experts warn question is not whether second wave will hit us, but when and how badly
From the marbled halls of Italy to the wheat fields of Kansas, health authorities are increasingly warning that the question isn’t whether a second wave of COVID-19 infections and deaths will hit, but when — and how badly
Coronavirus Outbreak: Canada's toll set to soar from current 461 to about 22,000, predict health officials; stats show job losses hit 1 million in March
Canada's health officials said the two most likely scenarios showed between 11,000 and 22,000 people would die. The total number of positive diagnoses of COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus, ranged from 934,000 to 1.9 million.
Justin Trudeau's wife Sophie tests positive for coronavirus; Canadian prime minister begins 14-day isolation as precautionary measure
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's wife has tested positive for the new coronavirus, his office announced Thursday night. It said Sophie Grégoire Trudeau was felling well and would remain in isolation.
Irananian Revolutionary Guard Commander takes 'full responsibility' for accidentally shooting down Ukranian passenger plane
An Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander says his unit accepts “full responsibility” for the accidental shootdown of a Ukrainian passenger plane.
Iran makes a U-turn on Ukrainian plane crash, admits it unintentionally downed airliner and killed all 176 onboard
Iran announced early Saturday that it had accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet, blaming human error because of what it called the plane’s sharp, unexpected turn toward a sensitive military base, according to a statement issued by the country’s military.
Flight 752 crash: US and its allies believe missiles fired by Iran downed passenger jet near Tehran airport
American and allied officials said on Thursday that they had intelligence that missiles fired by Iranian military forces were responsible for the downing of a Ukrainian jetliner in Iran and the deaths of all aboard this week in Iran, most likely by accident
Justin Trudeau, Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron caught 'gossiping' about Donald Trump in unguarded moment at NATO summit
While NATO leaders professed unity on Wednesday at a summit near London, a spat rippled under the surface after several were caught in an unguarded exchange on camera apparently gossiping about US president Donald Trump’s behavior.
Jagmeet Singh set to play kingmaker as Justin Trudeau fails to get majority in Canada: Rise of pro-Khalistani leader Sikh leader may make India edgy
A relatively weakened Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is out to secure the support of smaller parties to form a government after winning the general election but falling short of a majority
Canada election Results 2019: Justin Trudeau loses Parliament majority, gains second term in power; says voters rejected 'negativity'
The results were a victory for Trudeau, whose clean-cut image took a hit after old photos of him in blackface and brownface surfaced last month.
Justin Trudeau publicly apologises as decades-old images of PM in blackface makeup surface online, says behaviour was 'absolutely unacceptable'
Justin Trudeau publicly apologized for his 'absolutely unacceptable' behaviour, as decades-old images showing him in blackface makeup rocked his re-election campaign.