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Nova Scotia names first member of panel studying environmental racism in province

Nova Scotia names first member of panel studying environmental racism in province

HALIFAX — Augy Jones, the first member named to a Nova Scotia government panel that will examine how racism affects a community's natural environment, says he hopes the panel's work gets national recognition for the way it approaches the problem.
Court in Myanmar again finds Suu Kyi guilty of corruption

Court in Myanmar again finds Suu Kyi guilty of corruption

BANGKOK (AP) — A court in military-ruled Myanmar convicted the country’s ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi of corruption Friday, sentencing her to seven years in prison in the last of a string of criminal cases against her, a legal official said.
Beijing gives Hong Kong leader more power in security cases

Beijing gives Hong Kong leader more power in security cases

HONG KONG (AP) — Beijing ruled Friday that Hong Kong's leader has the power to decide whether foreign lawyers can be involved in national security cases in the city — a decision that could effectively block a prominent pro-democracy publisher from hi
2023 public domain debuts include last Sherlock Holmes work

2023 public domain debuts include last Sherlock Holmes work

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sherlock Holmes is finally free to the American public in 2023.
N.S. university limits foreign student enrolment after recruitment too successful

N.S. university limits foreign student enrolment after recruitment too successful

SYDNEY, N.S. — Cape Breton University says it's limiting enrolment to a popular business program following concerns the school is not equipped to handle the recent influx of international students.
Jan. 6 takeaways: Final revelations from investigation

Jan. 6 takeaways: Final revelations from investigation

WASHINGTON (AP) — Destroyed documents. Suggestions of pardoning violent rioters. Quiet talks among cabinet officials about whether then-President Donald Trump should be removed from office.
Governor General remembers death of Queen Elizabeth II in annual New Year's address

Governor General remembers death of Queen Elizabeth II in annual New Year's address

OTTAWA — Canada's Governor General says 2022 was a "difficult and monumental year" marked by the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Gov. Gen.
South Korea's unannounced rocket launch causes UFO scare

South Korea's unannounced rocket launch causes UFO scare

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea’s military confirmed it test-fired a solid-fueled rocket Friday after its unannounced launch triggered brief public scare of a suspected UFO appearance or a North Korean missile launch.
Iranian man's death in France shakes distressed diaspora

Iranian man's death in France shakes distressed diaspora

PARIS (AP) — When a 38-year-old man anguished over the protests in Iran took his own life in the French city of Lyon, fellow members of the Iranian diaspora felt his pain.
'You've got to deliver': Democrats take charge in Michigan

'You've got to deliver': Democrats take charge in Michigan

LANSING, Mich.
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