The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has released information about Burundi potentially being at risk from the current ruling party’s youth wing, Imbonerakure. Reports from some of the 100,000 refugees who have fled Burundi in the month since protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza’s bid for a third term …Read More »
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To add to Ukraine’s issues, emergency crews in the Ukraine’s capital of Kiev are currently battling a huge fire that occurred after an explosion at a fuel depot. The first began on Monday of this week in a building containing about 900 cubic metres capacity of petrol. The situation is …Read More »
Monday, June 8th the Edmonton Police Service experienced a great loss. Yesterday evening, at about 8pm, several officers were executing a warrant. The warrant was for criminal harassment and was being executed at a home in the Ormsby neighbourhood – near 182nd Street and 62A Avenue. When the officers attempted …Read More »
Contrary to popular belief, slavery still exists in the world. The UN has reported that millions of people are regularly traded and kept as slaves around the world for a number of reason, including sex trafficking which accounts for about 12.4 million of the slaves. Zainab Bangura of the UN …Read More »
Two nuns were rescued in Rome after having been stuck in an elevator for three days without food or water. A 68-year-old from New Zealand and a 58-year-old from Ireland were trapped in the elevator at the Marist Sisters’ convent due to an electrical fault. Both nuns are being treated …Read More »
Constable Daniel Woodall, 35, has become the first Edmonton police officer to die in the line of duty in twenty five years after being shot repeatedly while executing a warrant for criminal harassment in Edmonton’s Ormsby neighbourhood. Another officer, Sergeant Jason Harley, 38, was also shot in the lower back but …Read More »
Yesterday, June 8th marked National Best Friend Day. Millions flooded Twitter, Instagram and Facebook with pictures of their best friends. Usually the pictures involved goofy moments of the two of them. The day fills you with images of Monica & Rachel of Friends, Milo & Otis and Tina Fey & Amy …Read More »
It seems like never a week goes by that a TTC Shutdown doesn’t cause chaos in Toronto.This morning, for more than a full hour, the subway was at a standstill due to a “major communication issue.” According to TTC Chief Executive Andy Byford, the entire subway system lost its much …Read More »
Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court is continuing to uphold the internationally condemned verdict against Raif Badawi, 31. Badawi has been imprisoned since 2012 since having been originally sentenced to only seven years in prison and 600 lashes for breaking Saudi Arabia’s technology laws by insulting Islamic religious figures through a blog …Read More »
Jade Rimmer, Clara Glennon, and Sarah Spiers are three names that are never going to leave the mind of retired West Australia police officer Con Bayens. Even after nearly 20 years since the baffling disappearance of these three women, Australia has yet to solve its longest-running and most expensive active …Read More »