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North Macedonia to hold snap polls in April

Skopje - North Macedonia's political leaders agreed on Sunday to hold early elections in April, after the EU blocked the start of membership talks.

Bolivia's Morales facing fight as he seeks fourth term

La Paz - Bolivians went to the polls Sunday with Evo Morales vying for a controversial fourth term as the country's first indigenous president amid allegations of corruption and authoritarianism.

Sophos Cyberoam firewall vulnerability declared, business impact Special

It's been reported that a Sophos Cyberoam firewall vulnerability has occurred, leaving some major corporate networks exposed. While the vulnerability has been addressed, the implications require businesses to take actions.

U.S. states with the worst uninsured rates revealed

Insurance rates across the U.S. vary considerably by state, according to a new study from WalletHub. Concerningly the data also indicates a growing rise in the proportion of the country who are not insured.

Facebook's Marcus says Libra won't be controlled by a single company

Washington - Facebook executive David Marcus on Sunday tried to calm the fears of officials threatening to block its proposed digital currency, saying Libra won't be controlled by a single company.

Liberals, Tories slug it out on last day of Canada election

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Conservative rival Andrew Scheer slugged it out Sunday on the last day of a rancorous election campaign.

High hopes as Dubai marks one-year countdown to Expo 2020

Dubai - Fireworks exploded over Dubai's skyline on Sunday to mark the one-year countdown to Expo 2020, a big-budget global trade fair the glitzy emirate's rulers hope will restore its flagging fortunes.

Belgians protest any early release for child killer Dutroux

Apo - Several hundred people demonstrated in Brussels on Sunday against any early release for notorious child-killer Marc Dutroux, days after prosecutors considered his case.

Canada election puts spotlight on the oil-climate divide

Regina - On the eve of Canada's federal elections, Conservatives and Liberals are neck-and-neck in the polls. But in the prairie province of Saskatchewan support for the Tories is steadfast, centered around the fate of the oil and gas industry.

Syria, Ukraine, Republican rebellion, G7: Trump's very bad week

Washington - Donald Trump has had some bad weeks in office, but rarely has the US president seen one as difficult as the week ending Sunday, with members of both parties as well as US diplomats rebelling over his Syria and Ukraine policies, while a public uproar fo...

Trans Mountain expansion could depend on Monday's election

Political risks to Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion have grown as tight polls ahead of Monday's federal election increase the odds of a minority government, even though both leading candidates support the project.

Trump dumps plan to host G-7 at his golf course — blames media

Two days after the White House said that President Donald Trump had directed next year's Group of Seven summit to be held at Trump National Doral Miami resort, the president tweeted late Saturday that no, actually, it will not.

One dead, one seriously hurt in French e-scooter collision

Bordeaux - A 25-year-old man was killed and a young woman was seriously injured Sunday in the western French city of Bordeaux after a car hit their electric scooter before fleeing the scene, the police said.

Punishment awaits NBA's commissioner for defaming China: state media

Bejing - Punishment will be meted out "sooner or later" to the NBA's commissioner for defaming China, state television said, as Beijing and the basketball league continue to grapple publicly.

EU calls for Afghanistan ceasefire

Kabul - European Union officials called Sunday for a ceasefire in Afghanistan, saying the breakdown in talks between the US and the Taliban presented an opportunity to push anew for a truce.

US Defense Secretary Esper in Kabul on unannounced visit

Kabul - US Defense Secretary Mark Esper arrived in Kabul on Sunday for an unannounced visit to meet with US troops and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.

CIRA Made a Terrible Mistake with a Domain Name Ad Commissioned

The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) recently launched a commercial that encourages Canadians to register a “.ca” domain name instead of a “.com”.

Kurdish fighters leave besieged Syria town

Ceylanpinar - Dozens of Kurdish fighters left a Turkish-besieged town in northern Syria Sunday, in what appeared to be the start of a wider withdrawal under a ceasefire deal.

Would you trust AI to mediate conflict?

How close is artificial intelligence developing to be able to be used for conflict resolution? And if so, who would be the first political leaders to trust it? A new study says we will soon listen to virtual agents for advice.

Pelosi leads 'bipartisan' US group for meetings in Jordan

Washington - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a group of US lawmakers arrived in Jordan for talks with King Abdullah II, her office said Saturday, just days after the speaker clashed with President Donald Trump in a meeting on Syria policy.
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