China told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday to ‘stop making irresponsible remarks’ after he said Beijing’s decision to charge two Canadians with spying was linked to his country’s arrest of a Chinese tech executive.Read more
China has charged two detained Canadians with spying, escalating tensions between the two countries following the arrest in Vancouver 18 months ago of a senior Huawei executive wanted on U.S. charges.Read more
At a summit in Japan in 2019, with only interpreters present, Xi gave Trump an explanation for the Chinese camps for Uighurs, who are ethnically and culturally distinct from the country’s majority Han population.Read more
Iranian authorities stripped the bodies of plane crash victims in January of jewellery, passports and other personal belongings before returning the remains to their loved ones, three family members charged Tuesday.
The Canadian-based relatives alleged “looting” of bodies was just one part of a nightmarish ordeal for relatives in the wake of Iran’s shooting down of Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752, they told a virtual news conference.Read more
WASHINGTON—In most of the U.S. Monday, the Supreme Court delivered an unexpected opinion that will serve as a LGBTQ Pride milestone.By a 6-3 majority, the court ruled that gay and trans people are protected from workplace discrimination by 1964 Civil Rights Act provisions outlawing discrimination based on sex.Read more
International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Mariano Grossi told reporters after a meeting of the agency’s board in Vienna that he had made his case with “Iranian authorities at higher levels.”Read more