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European court opposes EU, Canada passenger data exchange

The court highlighted that it particularly violated the rights to respect for private life and protection of personal data.

Maldives urged to restore parliament's independence

The opposition coalition's plan to wrest the parliamentary majority was aimed at reforming the judiciary, elections commission and other bodies perceived as being partial toward Yameen.

No touching: Canadian Governor-General breaks protocol with hand on Queen Elizabeth

No touching: Canadian Governor-General breaks protocol with hand on Queen Elizabeth

David Johnston, who is the British queen's representative in Canada where she is head of state, joined the likes of former US first lady Michelle Obama in breaching unspoken rules of behaviour when meeting the monarch.

New species of human-sized dinosaur discovered

New species of human-sized dinosaur discovered

Scientists have discovered a new species of 71 million-year-old bird-like dinosaur in Canada that is roughly the size of a human.

Massive wildfires sweep across Canadian province

As of Sunday, a total of 178 wildfires were reported to be actively blazing in British Columbia, according to the Canadian Wildland Fire Information System.

7.1 million Venezuelans vote in opposition referendum

7.1 million Venezuelans vote in opposition referendum

A 61-year-old woman was killed and four people wounded by gunfire that erupted after government supporters on motorcycles swarmed an opposition polling site in a church in the traditionally pro-government Catia neighborhood of western Caracas.

China fast catching as global economic power, US at top: Survey

China fast catching as global economic power, US at top: Survey

China is fast catching up as a global economic power, while the public perception around the world is that the US still remains at the top, according to a new survey in 38 countries including India.

PM Narendra Modi leaves for home as G20 Summit concludes

PM Narendra Modi leaves for home as G20 Summit concludes

"Goodbye Hamburg! PM emplanes for Delhi after a successful visit to Israel and G20 Summit," External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay tweeted.
 

1984 riots case: Plea seeking Jagdish Tytler's lie detector test to resume today

1984 riots case: Plea seeking Jagdish Tytler's lie detector test to resume today

The Patiala House Court will continue to hear plea seeking Congress leader Jagdish Tytler's lie detector test in Karkardooma Court in connection with 1984 anti-Sikh riots case on Thursday.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau under radar for forgetting Alberta during 'Canada Day speech'

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau under radar for forgetting Alberta during 'Canada Day speech'

Saturday marked the 150th anniversary of the day, it officially became a country. Britain had ruled it before 1867. 

Six killed as small plane crashes in United States

The plane was found near State Highway 111 and US Highway 8 in the town of Harmony.

Canada marks 150th anniversary with concerts, royals

Braving incessant rain, thousands turned out across Canada to mark its 150th birthday with outdoor concerts, massive fireworks display and a royal visit by Britain`s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.

Government of Canada's British Columbia toppled in non-confidence vote

British Columbia`s Liberal government was defeated on Thursday in a non-confidence vote, as expected, paving the way for the left-leaning New Democrats to rule the Western Canadian province for the first time in 16 years. 

Sikh woman becomes first turbaned Supreme Court judge in Canada

Shergill is the first turbaned Sikh to be appointed to the judiciary in Canada.

FBI probing Michigan airport stabbing as 'terrorism'

The stabbing at Bishop International Airport, in the city of Flint, comes amid a wave of jihadist-inspired attacks in Europe, most recently a foiled bomb assault at a train station in Belgium.

Fear a tornado? This Canadian man's coolness takes Internet by storm

Fear a tornado? This Canadian man's coolness takes Internet by storm

Theunis Wessels' picture showing him mowing the lawn as a large tornado loomed on the horizon has taken the social media by storm.

Canada woman among those killed on London Bridge

The family of a Canadian woman who was among the seven people killed in the attacks in London says she was one of the victims struck by a van on the London Bridge.

Indian Army to open doors to women in combat roles: General Bipin Rawat

Indian Army to open doors to women in combat roles: General Bipin Rawat

Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat said the process to allow women in combat role, currently an exclusive domain of men, is moving fast and initially women will be recruited for positions in military police.

Canadians 'stand united' with London, Justin Trudeau says

Canadians 'stand united' with London, Justin Trudeau says

Three assailants stabbed people at random and smashed into pedestrians in a van, killing six.

G7 leaders make progress on trade, remain split on climate change

Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations pledged on Saturday to fight protectionism, overcoming resistance from US President Donald Trump, who was elected on an "America first" agenda.