The CBC's Margaret Evans reports from Pakistan, where a deadly monsoon season has led to severe flooding, and fear of disease is on the rise while medical care is hard to find.
A beautiful spiral galaxy located 29 million light-years from Earth has taken on a new appearance thanks to being pictured in “unprecedented detail” by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.
The Queen died from old age, her official death certificate has revealed. The document released by National Records of Scotland noted the time of the Queen’s death on Thursday September 8 as 3.10pm at Balmoral. When paying tribute to her mother the Queen, the Princess Royal revealed she was …
US vice president and South Korea President YoonSuk-yeol both condemned North Korea’s weapons tests and nuclear rhetoric
The document, published by National Records of Scotland on Thursday, reveals more details of the queen's death.
Nigeria's film industry is the second biggest in the world - but why it is not reaching its full potential.
One year ago: In a major victory for pop star Britney Spears, a judge in Los Angeles suspended the singer’s father from the conservatorship that had controlled her life and money for 13 years, saying the arrangement reflected a “toxic environment.” (The judge would end the conservatorship we…
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Ian continues to cause flooding, high winds, and storm surge for residents of Florida while Georgia and South Carolina prepare for its arrival. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest forecast.
The Swiss glaciers have lost 6% of their remaining volume this year, making it their worst melt rate since records began more than a century ago. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
The trial begins on Wednesday of eleven men accused of responsibility for a 2009 stadium massacre and mass rape by Guinean security forces that survivors and family members hope will bring them justice after 13 years. FRANCE 24's team on the ground reports.
After months of flooding, Pakistan's need for relief is extreme. In the city of Sehwan, many are fending for themselves, clinging to tiny patches of dry land as the country reels from its worst disaster in memory.
Thirteen panda cubs were born just in time for China’s national day. Yair Ben-Dor has more.
Iranian Oscar-winning director Asghar Farhadi called on activists and artists around the world to support the protesters, who he said were "looking for simple and yet fundamental rights that the state has denied them for years".
Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge shows us a surgeon who removed 63 spoons from a patient’s stomach.
Parts of Nigeria, from northern farmlands to the coastal economic capital Lagos, are prone to flooding in the rainy season, though the National Emergency Management Agency says this year is the worst since 2012, when 363 people died and more than 2.1 million were displaced.
From anthropomorphic figurines to 1,500-year-old Indigenous necklaces, Colombia has recently repatriated 274 ancient objects from the United States.
In Argentina and the United States, dozens of people have gathered to show their support for Iranian women.
In Pakistan, unprecedented floods have destroyed 17,000 schools in the south-eastern Sindh province.
Many Ukrainians have fled occupied regions for territory that Ukraine's forces have recaptured in recent weeks.
Outcry over accusations of cheating among top Chess players has grown louder in the past few weeks.
Rescued from a Damascus market, these foxes are finally going back to where they belong.
Rescued from a Damascus market, these foxes are finally going back to where they belong. Yair Ben-Dor has more.
When you think of Tunisia, you may not think of olive oil production. But some young entrepreneurs are trying to change that.