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Two US citizens killed in Donbas

Washington/UNI/Sputnik: Two US citizens, who are believed to have been fighting for the Ukrainian forces, have been killed in Donbas, a spokesperson for the Department of State said.

Canada’s Conservative Party to hold third leadership debate over Erin O’Toole's successor

Toronto/IBNS: The Conservative Party of Canada announced that it will hold a third leadership debate for the candidates looking to succeed Erin O’Toole as the party’s official leader.

Donald Trump ignored pleas to condemn Capitol attack

Washington/UNI: The committee hearing the case relating to the Capitol riots has been told that former US President Donald Trump watched the entire event on TV at the White House, ignoring his children and aides who "begged him" to rebuke the mob, BBC reported.

Canada proposes a cap-and-trade system to cut carbon emissions 40-45 pct by 2030

Ottawa/IBNS: Canada is aiming to cut emissions across all sectors by 40 to 45 per cent from 2005 levels by 2030 by using use an industry-specific cap-and-trade system or a modified carbon pricing system to set a ceiling for emissions from the oil and gas sector.

Montreal offers Canadian camp experience to hundreds of Ukrainian refugees

Montreal/IBNS: Canadian camp experience for hundreds of Ukrainian refugees’ children and their parents is being offered by a new summer camp in Montreal.

US President Joe Biden tests positive for Covid-19

Washington/UNI: US President Joe Biden has tested positive for Covid-19, the White House announced Thursday.

Canada: Freedom Convoy leader Pat King gets bail after being in jail since February

Ottawa/IBNS: Following the Ottawa court decision reportedly on Monday, Pat King, a key figure of the Freedom Convoy protest was granted bail, after being in jail since Feb, on conditions that Justice Anne London-Weinstein read out.

Canadians launch protest against Trudeau govt's decision to exempt gas turbines sanctions against Russia

Ottawa/IBNS: Canada’s Parliament Hill protesters called on the government to “be brave like Ukraine” and uphold economic sanctions against Russia.

Alberta universities urge Canada to regulate tuition increases for international students

Calgary/IBNS: Alberta’s two largest university student groups are reportedly calling on the provincial government in Canada to introduce regulations on tuition fees international students pay.

Canada: Ontario NDP issues rules for leadership contest for new party head in March 2023

Toronto/IBNS: Rules for a leadership contest, that will see a new party head in place by the first week of March 2023, have reportedly been mapped out and issued late Friday by Ontario’s New Democrats.

US House passes abortion defence bills in response to end of Roe protections

Washington/UNI/Sputnik: The United States House of Representatives on Friday passed a pair of bills to federally protect women’s access to abortions in response to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade ruling and allow state restrictions on the procedure.

US President Joe Biden arrives in Saudi Arabia as part of Middle East trip

Riyadh/UNI/Xinhua: US President Joe Biden landed in Jeddah in western Saudi Arabia on Friday afternoon for an official visit to the kingdom, according to media reports.

Donald Trump's former wife Ivana Trump dies

Washington: Former US President Donald Trump's first wife Ivana Trump has died, media reports said on Friday.

Canadian Sikh leader, who was acquitted in the 1985 Air India Kanishka bombing case, shot dead

Ottawa,Cannada: Canada-based Sikh leader and businessman Ripudaman Singh Malik, who was acquitted in the 1985 Air India Kanishka bombing case, was shot dead in Surrey city of British Columbia on Thursday morning.

Canada: Know India Programme to connect Indian diaspora youth with their indigenous roots

Toronto/IBNS: Consulate General Of India Toronto office has announced about Know India Programme (KIP) for FY 2022-23 by the Indian Government's Ministry of External Affairs aiming to connect the Indian diaspora youth with their indigenous roots to acquaint them with the country's latest transformational achievements.