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U.S. border guards regularly engage in racial profiling, 3 Black officers allege in lawsuit
Allegations of racial profiling at the U.S. border are nothing new. What's more unusual is how they are now coming from inside the agency that oversees the U.S. border. They're contained in a lawsuit against the U.S. government from three officers stationed at a Michigan-Ontario border crossing.
NBC cancels 2022 Golden Globes after outcry against lack of diversity
U.S. television network NBC said on Monday it will not air Hollywood's Golden Globes ceremony in 2022 following complaints about ethical lapses and lack of diversity among the group that hands out the annual awards for film and television.
What Canada can learn from U.S., U.K. about COVID-19 vaccinations and reopening
Both the U.S. and the U.K. have vaccinated millions of people, but only the U.S. is still reporting tens of thousands of new COVID-19 cases a day. Emma Paling looks at some potential lessons for parts of Canada when it comes to managing vaccination rollouts and reopening.
WHO classifies B1617 variant, first identified in India, as global variant of concern
The coronavirus variant first identified in India last year is now being classified as a variant of global concern, with some preliminary studies showing that it spreads more easily, the World Health Organziation said on Monday.
Canadians who rely on Line 5 on edge as Michigan's deadline looms to shut Enbridge pipeline
Hugs, indoor pints allowed again as lockdown continues to ease in England
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Israel responds to Hamas rockets with airstrikes after Israeli police and Palestinian protesters clash
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Online campaign encourages Hong Kongers in Canada to recognize their identity in 2021 census
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Independence movements in Scotland, Quebec heading in different directions
Afghan bombing death toll rises, most were schoolgirls aged 11 to 15
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Scottish National Party wins parliamentary election, plans 2nd referendum on independence
More than 200 Palestinians hurt in night of clashes in Jerusalem, medics say
Amidst record COVID-19 cases in India, this 20-year-old student helps source critical medical supplies