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Thirteen people were killed in a southeastern province of South Africa during an Easter service after a wall at a Pentecostal church collapsed on them late on Thursday following days of heavy rains and strong winds, emergency services said on Friday.
U.S. House judiciary committee chairman Jerrold Nadler issued a subpoena on Friday to obtain the full Russia investigation report by special counsel Robert Mueller, saying he cannot accept a redacted version that "leaves most of Congress in the dark."
One of the top junior golfers in Northern California coming out of high school, Noor Ahmed was a starter in her first year at Nebraska and the No. 2 player most of this spring. She is believed to be the only golfer at the college level or higher who competes in a hijab, the headscarf worn in adherence to the Muslim faith.
Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques and his colleagues at the International Space Station are now set for an Easter feast thanks to the arrival of a private cargo ship.
Police in Northern Ireland say they believe the dissident republican group New IRA was probably responsible for the fatal shooting of a journalist during overnight rioting in the city of Londonderry, also known as Derry.
The UN's cultural agency says the reconstruction of Notre Dame must protect the universal value of the site but that doesn't mean the cathedral must be rebuilt exactly as it was.
Canada's border agency is about to shake up the way it tracks sex and gender information — which could lead to some awkward conversations with Washington.
Donations to the the French heritage foundation for the conservation — and eventual reconstruction — of Paris's fire-ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral have been pouring in at an unprecedented rate. But no one knows how much restoration will cost, and some donors have been scammed by fraudsters.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's report tells a more critical story of U.S. President Donald Trump’s behaviour before and after the 2016 presidential election than the summarized version that had been shared by Trump's hand-picked attorney general. But are Americans still paying attention?
Mali's prime minister and his whole government resigned on Thursday, four weeks after a massacre of some 160 Fulani herders by an ethnic vigilante group angered the nation.
The drinking water in Paradise, Calif., where 85 people died last year in the worst U.S. wildfire in a century, is contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical benzene, officials said.
When Maha al-Subaie, 28, and Wafaa al-Subaie, 25, flew to the nation of Georgia this week, they turned to an online, global network of Saudi women who help amplify stories like theirs.
U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller has absolved Donald Trump and his team of conspiring with Russian agents. But for various reasons, Mueller couldn't conclusively state whether the president obstructed justice — and his report makes clear Trump isn't blameless.
Robert Mueller's investigation did not establish that Donald Trump committed a crime, but it also did not exonerate him.
The case for ratifying the revised North American trade agreement got a boost Thursday with the release of a new analysis by the U.S. International Trade Commission that predicted economic gains for all three partners if its changes are implemented.
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, is urging the financial sector and, in particular, central banks to play an increasing role in the transition to a low-carbon economy. He joins a group of central bankers, including the Bank of Canada, who are playing closer attention to climate change.
Amor Ftouhi, a Montreal man, has been sentenced to life in a U.S. prison for stabbing a police officer in a Flint, Mich., airport in 2017.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr said on Thursday that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation did not find that Donald Trump or members of his campaign worked with Russia during the 2016 presidential election, but the report appeared to paint a picture of a president taking steps to control the investigation and not fully co-operating with the probe.
A French judicial police official on Thursday said investigators think an electrical short-circuit most likely caused the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire.