An 80-year-old grandmother who loved Toronto sports teams nearly as much as her own family and a young woman who volunteered to build houses in the Dominican Republic were among the 10 people killed when a van plowed down a Toronto sidewalk.
A British judge is hearing a new appeal from the parents of a terminally ill British toddler who want to take him to Italy for treatment _ a course of action British courts say would be futile and wrong.
Thousands of protesters marched on Managua, the capital of Nicaragua, on April 23, 2018 to call for the resignation of President Daniel Ortega over a violent crackdown on protests against plans to overhaul the country’s welfare system.
An activist group has published a database of information on suspected chemical attacks in Syria, adding to a growing collection of videos, images and other data documenting alleged war crimes during the seven-year conflict.
Puerto Rico's Senate has ordered government agencies to explain why tens of thousands of people in rural areas remain without power or appropriate shelter as anger grows about the lack of basic services more than seven months after hurricanes Maria, Irma.