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Trump accused of trying to ‘topple’ Iran leader in UN war of words

US President Donald Trump called for Iran’s international isolation in a combative and unashamedly boastful speech at the United Nations Tuesday, prompting

Cosby sent to prison for three to 10 years

Disgraced television icon Bill Cosby was handcuffed and taken into custody Tuesday to begin a minimum three-year prison sentence for sexually assaulting

Instagram departures add to woes for Facebook

The departure of Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger adds to the woes of parent firm Facebook as it tries to

Canada calls out China for treatment of Uighur minorities

Canada has called out China for its human right abuses, notably of the Muslim Uighurs, officials said Tuesday.

“Every single time I

City of Richmond: The City Will Be Spraying for Mosquitoes In the City Limits Again Thursday, September 27th Followed By Saturday, September 29th, 2018


The City of Richmond will spray for mosquitoes on Thursday, September 27th, and again on Saturday September 29th. We will then

Sirius XM buys streaming giant Pandora for $3.5 bn in shares


Sirius XM, which dominates satellite radio in the United States, announced Monday it is buying music streaming giant Pandora for $3.5

Myanmar army chief defiant after UN ‘genocide’ probe


Myanmar’s powerful army chief says the United Nations has no right to interfere in his country’s sovereignty, a week after UN

Rough waters for California’s not so public beaches


The sandy cove along California’s picturesque coast beckons visitors to what is supposed to be a public beach. But the imposing

Plane downing result of ‘premeditated’ actions by Israeli pilots: Russia


The Kremlin on Monday accused Israeli pilots of “premeditated actions” over the downing of a Russian plane in Syria last week,

Injured Indian yachtsman plucked to safety from remote ocean


A solo Indian sailor adrift at sea thousands of kilometres (miles) from dry land with a serious back injury was safely