Canadian receives life sentence for Quebec mosque shooting
A Canadian man, who fatally shot six people in a terrorist attack on Quebec City’s grand mosque in 2017, has been sentenced to life in prison.
Days of Foreign Intervention in Latin America Is Over
UN Chief:
United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres stressed that the days of foreign intervention in Latin America are “long ago gone”, expressing hope that no foreign forces would enter Venezuela, after US President Donald Trump repeated his threats of taking military action against the South American country.
Virginia Gov. Northam under pressure to quit over racist photo
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is facing intense pressure to step down after a photograph has surfaced showing him in racist garb.
70% in US say country headed the wrong way: Poll
A large majority of people in the United States say America is headed the wrong way and are pessimistic about the state of the country, according to a new survey.
US hate crimes rise for fifth year in a row: Report
Hate crimes in major US cities rose for the fifth consecutive year in 2018, fueled in large part by attacks on African-Americans and Latino communities, according to a new report.
Farrakhan calls for separate state for African Americans
The leader of the US-based Nation of Islam Movement Louis Farrakhan has called for a separate state for African Americans, saying that’s “what God wants.”
Catholic Church in Texas names around 300 priests accused of sex abuse
Roman Catholic leaders in Texas on Thursday identified around 300 US priests and others accused of sexually abusing children.
Poll: +70% Think Trump, Congress Will Fail to Reach Border Deal
Just 28 percent of those surveyed in a new poll think President Donald Trump and Congress will reach a deal on border security in the next three weeks, underscoring the deep skepticism voters hold toward Washington after the longest government shutdown in US history.
Quebec prime minister says no to anti-Islamophobia day
The far-right prime minister of Canada’s province of Quebec has ruled out naming a national day against Islamophobia in a move slammed as “absolute insult” to victims of a deadly mosque attack two years ago.