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Canada's Ontario Science Centre shuts down over reports pointing serious structural issues

Toronto/IBNS: Ontario Science Centre has suddenly shut down owing to findings of serious structural issues with all its three buildings by a new report from professional engineers that could materialize as early as this winter.

Shooting at a grocery store in USA leaves three people dead, 10 hurt

A shooting incident at a grocery store in Fordyce, U.S. state of Arkansas, left at least three people dead and 10 others injured, police said on Saturday.

Ex-President Donald Trump promises Green Cards to foreign graduates from American colleges as road to US poll heats up

With the road to US presidential polls slowly heating up, former President and possible Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said if he is re-elected then his administration will grant 'automatic' Green Cards to citizens after they graduate from American colleges.

British Columbia local govts receive grants to speed up delivery of homes

Vancouver/IBNS: A grant reportedly to create more efficient development approvals processes to speed up delivery of homes would soon be available to thirty-eight local governments of British Columbia (BC).

US house fire leaves five persons dead

At least six people died and six others were injured after a fire broke out at a house in the US state of Georgia on Monday.

Family escapes unhurt after massive chunk of ice falls on their roof from plane

An US family narrowly escaped disaster after a chunk of ice possibly fell off a plane and crashed through the roof of their suburban home on Wednesday, media reports said.

Toronto observes June as a Pride Month with a new heritage property plaque

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto is celebrating June as a Pride Month with a new plaque at St. Charles Clock Tower (1872) Yonge Street Fire Hall Heritage Property.

US bipartisan congressional delegation to meet Dalai Lama during upcoming visit to India

A US bipartisan congressional delegation will soon visit India to meet Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama.

USA: Two die during shooting at Juneteenth celebration in Round Rock

At least two people died in a shooting incident during Juneteenth celebration in the US city of Round Rock in Texas on Saturday.

Nine hurt in US recreation park shooting, key suspect found dead

The key suspect in the shooting incident at a recreation area at Rochester Hills in the USA which left nine people injured was found dead at a nearby house, police said.

US: Man opens fire in Michigan children's park, injures several including 8-year-old

Two children, including an 8-year-old, were among several injured when a gunman opened fire at a children's water park in US' Michigan on Saturday evening. 

US Supreme Court preserves access to abortion pill mifepristone

The US Supreme Court has rejected a move to restrict access to abortion pill mifepristone.

US adds China-based seafood, aluminium and footwear entities due to Uyghur forced labour link

the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the addition of three People’s Republic of China (PRC)-based seafood, aluminum, and footwear companies to the Uygur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) Entity List.

Elon Musk had sex with two employees including an intern, asked another to have his babies, report claims

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has been accused of having sexual relationships with two of his employees, including an intern while asking another to have his babies, a report has revealed.

Four US university instructors injured in stabbing incident in China

Four US university instructors were injured after they were by an unknown attacker at a public park in China, media reports said on Tuesday.