Sarah Ramsaran is a producer at CBC News based in Toronto.
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Head of international atomic energy agency warns of 'enormous suffering' if Ukrainian plant fails
The director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says he's alarmed by the threat of a nuclear accident at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia power plant.
International support force needed in Haiti, says UN human rights commissioner
The UN's top human rights official says some sort of support force is needed to help stabilize the situation in Haiti.
Ukraine's energy minister says Russia has damaged half of country's energy infrastructure
Ukraine's Energy Minister German Galushchenko says about half of Ukraine's energy infrastructure has been damaged by shelling and rocket attacks since Russia started targeting it in October.
Mother of 3 who filmed videos from Kyiv bomb shelter now safe in U.S. with her family
Olena Gnes was a YouTube vlogger and tour guide in Kyiv before Russia's war on Ukraine began a year ago. From a makeshift bomb shelter with her three children, and as her husband volunteered to defend Ukraine, Gnes started speaking to media just days into the war. She was recently interviewed again by CBC's Rosemary Barton Live, this time from the U.S. where she's safe with her family.
Young Ugandan climate activist pushing for international crisis team to fight climate change
After seeing the devastating effects of climate change in his country, Ugandan climate activist Nyombi Morris has a message for world leaders at COP26: "Put an end to fossil fuels and make polluters pay."