As Japanese students and peace activists point to the horrors of war to mark the 72nd anniversary of the Hiroshima atomic bomb, the country is jittery because of North Korean missile tests that have landed within 200 kilometres of the Japanese coast.
North Korea's main trading partner, China, has called on Pyongyang to halt its missile and nuclear tests.
Television personality Jeremy Clarkson has been hospitalized with pneumonia while vacationing in Mallorca, Spain.
The ashen ruins of a home, with nothing more than a chimney standing amid the devastation, is an eerily familiar sight to Jason Schurman. He's lost homes in both B.C. and Alberta to wildfire.
No one was injured when two airplanes clipped wings at Toronto's Pearson International Airport on Saturday night, according to the Greater Toronto Airports Authority.
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Canada's Shawn Barber will get the chance to defend his world pole vault title after advancing to the final on Sunday at the IAAF track and field world championships in London.
Geoffrey Kirui of Kenya won the men's marathon at the world championships on Saturday in London with a come-from-behind run finishing on Tower Bridge.
Tourists are flocking to Dunkirk in northern France, where the wartime rescue of 338,000 Allied soldiers took place — many to see locations for the filming of the Hollywood hit named after the coastal city.
Evenko, the concert promoter behind the Osheaga music festival, said it it is focusing on women's safety at this year's music festival, but it's not clear if those efforts are making a difference.