China has appealed for calm on the Korean peninsula, hours after North Korea said it had scrapped all peace pacts with the South and threatened pre-emptive nuclear strikes.
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For more than six years, Tammy Saunders has woken at 5:30 a.m., showered, dressed and walked upstairs - to her office.
Canadian language schools are facing uncertainty over new proposals to tighten up the student visa system, it was confirmed last week at the Languages Canada conference in Halifax.
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The world is depleting underground water reserves faster than they can be replenished due to over-exploitation, according to scientists in Canada and the Netherlands.The researchers,
China's fallen politician Bo Xilai left a timebomb as a parting gift for the Communist Party leadership that threw him out -- the smoldering demands for redress from the many
Egypt's Islamist President Mohamed Mursi dismissed Cairo's two top generals and quashed a military order that had curbed the new leader's powers, in a move that further stamped his authority
The London 2012 Olympics comes to an end with a glitzy closing ceremony. Follow the event with this live blog.
The outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Uganda appears to be under control, says the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF).