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Japan heads to polls in snap election

Japanese are voting in a general election that will most likely hand Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition a majority in parliament.

Fox renewed Bill O'Reilly contract knowing of harassment allegations

The Fox News Channel says the company knew a news analyst planned to file a sexual harassment lawsuit against Bill O'Reilly when it renewed the popular personality's contract in February.

Never-before-seen John F. Kennedy assassination files ready for release

U.S. President Donald Trump says he doesn't plan to block the scheduled release of thousands of never publicly seen government documents related to President John F.

5 living former U.S. presidents attending hurricane relief concert in Texas

All five living former U.S. presidents will be attending a concert Saturday night in a Texas college town, raising money for relief efforts from Hurricane Harvey's, Irma's and Maria's devastation in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S.

Trump calls congresswoman 'wacky' in dispute over remarks to soldier's widow

Mourners were expected to pack a church Saturday to honour a U.S. soldier whose combat death in Africa is at the centre of a political fight between U.S.

Spain's PM seeks senate permission to dissolve Catalonia's government

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says he wants his country's senate to give him direct power to dissolve the regional Catalan government and to call an early election as soon as possible.

Why the murder of a journalist in Malta sent ripples as far as Canada

CBC senior investigative producer Harvey Cashore had never met Daphne Caruana Galizia, but he felt the impact of the investigative journalist's death when the news began to circulate last week.

3 killed, 11 trapped after landslide in northern Malaysia

A landslide at a construction site in northern Malaysia on Saturday killed three foreign workers, with rescuers searching for 11 others feared trapped in the mud and rubble, officials said.

U.S. commanders stress 'ironclad' commitment to defend South Korea

U.S. naval commanders on Saturday reiterated Washington's "ironclad" commitment to defend South Korea against North Korean threats as an American nuclear-powered aircraft carrier visited a South Korean port following a joint naval drill.

WHO chief selects Zimbabwe's Mugabe as 'goodwill ambassador'

Several health organizations have condemned the appointment of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe as a 'goodwill ambassador' for the World Health Organization.

Death toll from Egypt gun battle rises to 52

At least 52 Egyptian police and conscripts were killed and six more wounded in a gun battle on Friday during a raid on a suspected militant hideout in the western desert, three security sources said on Saturday.

'The old guard in revolt': Why ex-presidents are violating code of silence to fight 'Trumpism'

It's a golden rule that ex-presidents don't criticize a successor. But George W. Bush and Barack Obama both took poorly veiled shots at Donald Trump this week, and some experts think the ex-president pile-on may have only just begun.

Somalia's president expected to announce war on al-Shabaab extremists following bombing

Thousands of anguished Somalis gathered to pray Friday at the site of the country's deadliest attack, while the death toll rose to 358 and dozens remain missing.

Former teen actress alleges Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her

Heather Kerr, an 18-year-old aspiring actress in 1979, told reporters today that she was sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein, adding her voice to a growing list of present and former entertainment industry workers who have come forward with similar stories of harassment and sexual assault by the m

At least 63 killed in separate bombings in Afghanistan

Suicide bombers struck two mosques in Afghanistan during Friday prayers, a Shia mosque in Kabul and a Sunni mosque in western Ghor province, killing at least 63 people at the end of a particularly deadly week for the troubled nation.

Only 20% in Puerto Rico have electricity a month after hurricane

A month after Hurricane Maria rolled across the centre of Puerto Rico, the power is still out for the vast majority of people on the island as the work to restore hundreds of miles of transmission lines and thousands of miles of distribution lines goes on.

California wildfires have destroyed over 8,400 buildings, officials say

Some Northern California residents who fled their houses nearly two weeks ago as wildfires threatened started returning home Friday to see what's still standing.

GM shuts down Holden production in Australia, bringing an end to the last car made there

The last mass-produced car designed and built in Australia rolled off General Motors Co.'s production line in the industrial city of Adelaide on Friday as the nation reluctantly bid farewell to its auto manufacturing industry.

France faces butter shortage amid global demand for pastries

French pastries and butter have become so popular abroad that the increased demand led to a mini-shortage of the dairy product in French supermarkets.

1 dead, 7 injured in stabbing at mall in Poland

A man attacked people with a knife Friday at a shopping mall in southeastern Poland, killing one person and wounding seven others, police said.