Author: Adrienne Arsenault

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The economic disaster in Venezuela has forced many people to try their luck by heading west - to Colombia. [Read More]
A small advance team has arrived in Mali for Canada's first substantial peacekeeping mission in nearly two decades. [Read More]
Picking out the perfect dress and hair style is a welcome distraction for a 12-year-old still coping with the horror she witnessed during the deadly... [Read More]
"If there was overspending, then what has been trumpeted as the will of the people might have been, in fact, something that was paid for." [Read More]
The famous whistleblower who helped end the Vietnam War talks about what keeps him awake at night, what he'd like someone else to leak to... [Read More]
Commercial cannabis producers are trying to drive costs down, and that's sparking a market for scientific and engineering ideas to soften the huge electricity demands... [Read More]
North Korea is one of the hardest countries in the world to gather intelligence on, but analysts piece together tiny clues to build a picture... [Read More]
Syria's government is promoting what it bills as a beautiful future for Damascus, but critics see it as a future engineered to force out dissent,... [Read More]
Neighbours and perfect arrived with boats of all shapes and sizes to help get Houston residents get safely out of flooded neighbourhoods. [Read More]
The bogus stories that pollute the internet in the Philippines are startling in their venom, frequency and sometimes clumsy attempts to look real, writes Adrienne... [Read More]
The Canadian government pledged to investigate the beheadings of two Canadians at the hands of Filipino militants in 2016. But during a recent trip to... [Read More]
Nixon had dead pigeons, Jackson had a drunken mob. It's anyone's guess what to expect at Trump's inauguration. [Read More]
It's Thanksgiving here in the U.S., so fighting is as expected as candied yams - especially this year. But many Americans say they have had... [Read More]
The departure hub at Reagan National airport in Washington, D.C., can be a bit of a circus. But a group of 16 veterans on a... [Read More]
With Donald Trump bringing up the spectre of a "rigged" election and fears of voter fraud rampant on social media, an ambitious project involving several... [Read More]
It may sound a bit childish, but bot (automated) Twitter accounts like @loserDonldTrump and thousands of others are changing the conversations around this election. They... [Read More]
CBC News-Radio Canada has learned that the man in a December 2015 selfie with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is one of at least four Quebec... [Read More]
A new report from Amnesty International highlights the plight of 75,000 displaced Syrians trapped near the border with Jordan who have been without humanitarian aid... [Read More]
Perched with binoculars and cellphones from a hilltop in the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights, members of the Druze minority search for signs of their relatives next... [Read More]
Russian whistleblower Yulia Stephanova and her husband, Vitaly, who have been living in hiding after telling the world about Russia's systematic doping, have had to... [Read More]
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