• Dead two airplanes in Canada

    Dead two airplanes in Canada

    ottawa November 5, 2018 08:48 Hot Recent News

    In Canada, two planes were flown in the air against each other. One of the two aircraft, a Cessna 150, then crashed. The pilot did not survive the accident, reports the police to CBC.

  • Enormous havoc after Ottawa tornado: 200,000 people in the dark

    Enormous havoc after Ottawa tornado: 200,000 people in the dark

    ottawa September 23, 2018 05:48 Hot Recent News

    More than two hundred thousand residents of the Canadian capital Ottawa and neighboring municipalities were still without electricity on Saturday evening, after the area was hit by a tornado a day earlier. According to Mayor Jim Watson, it will take days before the damage to high-voltage lines and electricity houses has been restored.

  • G7: Russia needs to clarify MH17

    G7: Russia needs to clarify MH17

    ottawa July 15, 2018 20:06 Hot Recent News

    The Foreign Ministers of the G7 countries have called on Russia to provide clarification on the crash of the MH17 passenger plane. The Boeing was brought down from Schiphol to Malaysia in July 2014 by an anti-aircraft missile in eastern Ukraine. All 298 occupants died. Among them were 196 Dutch.

  • Prominent politicians Canada away to MeToo

    Prominent politicians Canada away to MeToo

    ottawa January 26, 2018 06:48 Hot Recent News

    The Canadian Minister of Sport has resigned after allegations of inappropriate behavior. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the resignation of Kent Hehr on Thursday after earlier in the day the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party in the province of Ontario had resigned for the same reason.

  • Boyle from hero to Judas

    ottawa January 4, 2018 22:06 Hot Recent News

    Have the hardships Joshua Boyle become too much? The man who had been held hostage in Afghanistan for years with his family now faces a series of violent crimes. Canada mourns: the volunteer was brought in as a lost son, but his reputation has collapsed. Also Prime Minister Justin Trudeau does not seem to come out of the debacle unharmed.

  • Canadian former hostage stuck in homeland

    ottawa January 3, 2018 07:24 Hot Recent News

    A Canadian who has been imprisoned for years with his family in Afghanistan is now stuck in his homeland. The police suspect 34-year-old Joshua Boyle according to Canadian media of numerous offenses. This includes maltreatment, sexual violence and the misleading of the police.

  • Venezuelan ambassador may not enter Canada

    toronto December 25, 2017 18:03 Hot Recent News

    The Canadian government has decided to ban the Venezuelan ambassador. The countries are at odds with each other about the human rights situation in Venezuela. 'Canada does not remain on the sidelines while the Venezuelan government deprives its people of fundamental democratic and human rights,' said Minister Chrystia Freeland (Foreign Affairs).

  • Wounded by plane crash Canada

    ottawa December 14, 2017 05:57 Hot Recent News

    In Canada, on the night from Wednesday to Thursday, a plane with 25 people crashed on board. According to the Canadian police, several people were injured, reports the broadcaster CBC News.

  • Canada takes measures against Maduro

    Canada takes measures against Maduro

    ottawa September 22, 2017 21:03 Hot Recent News

    Canada takes economic measures against forty powerful Venezuelans, including President Nicolás Maduro and his right-hand Tareck El Aissami, to punish them for 'anti-democratic behavior.' This was announced by the Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland on Friday.

  • Excuses for former detainees Guantanamo Bay

    Excuses for former detainees Guantanamo Bay

    ottawa July 7, 2017 18:15 Hot Recent News

    The Canadian government has formally apologized Friday to a man who held ten years in Guantanamo Bay. The authorities also made a financial settlement with Omar Khadr, who was arrested in Afghanistan at the age of fifteen after a firefight.

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