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Plants and animals migrating upward as climate changes
The greater the warming in any given region, the farther its plants and animals have migrated, according to the largest analysis to date of the rapidly shifting ranges of species ...
TSX, Dow plummet amid global recession fears
The Toronto stock market closed nearly 400 points lower Thursday amid a global selloff sparked by weak economic reports that spooked already-jittery investors with the spectre of another recession.
Stephen Harper heads to Honduras for trade talks
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is heading to Honduras on Friday for a short but historically important visit that will wrap up his six-day Latin American tour. 
Flaherty sees 'will to act' on world economic woes
European and American leaders have demonstrated they have the "will to act" but more needs to be done to rein in global debt and deficits, Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty ...
Western nations say UN action against Assad getting closer
Western nations stepped up demands for UN measures against President Bashar al-Assad after the Syrian leader ignored repeated calls for an end to the bloodshed in his country.
Harper secures trade relations with Brazil
Prime Minister Stephen Harper travels to Latin America next week to boost trade with emerging economies, promote democracy in the region and enhance security in areas beset by organized crime ...
Debt crisis triggers emergency talks
World leaders held emergency talks Sunday on the debt crises in Europe and the United States, while the European Central Bank considered buying Italian debt to stem the turmoil.
Syria promises reform amid more violence
Activists say 18 civilians killed in latest military assault.
Syria places 'severe' constraints on diplomats
The United States has urged US citizens to depart Syria "immediately," and noted that the Damascus government has placed "severe" constraints on the travel of US diplomats in the country.
Libyan rebel leader killed by allied militia
Libyan rebels say the gunmen who shot dead their military chief were militiamen allied in their struggle to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi.
Third war criminal arrested in Canada
Public tips helped track down a third suspected war criminal, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews announced on Tuesday afternoon as part of a public crackdown on suspected fugitives.
North Koreans vote in local elections
Polls seen by analysts as rubber-stamp procedure to help Kim Jong-il strengthen the position of his son and heir.
Deported Chinese fugitive fears for his life: lawyer
The Canadian lawyer for deported Chinese fugitive Lai Changxing says his client fears for his life. David Matas says he talked to Lai after a federal court ruling on Thursday ...
Somalia militants block aid
Famine in Somalia will soon expand to more areas as insecurity in the Horn of Africa country has prevented aid from reaching more than 2 million Somalis in need, the ...
China double high-speed train crash kills 32
Emergency workers battled on Sunday to rescue survivors from the mangled wreckage of two Chinese bullet trains involved in a high-speed collision which left 32 dead and nearly 200 injured, ...
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