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Opinion: Bolton’s revelations show that Trump deserves to be impeached a second time - The Globe and Mail

Opinion: Bolton’s revelations show that Trump deserves to be impeached a second time - The Globe and Mail

Special to The Globe and MailImages are unavailable offline.'The Room Where it Happened,' a book by John Bolton, at the White House in Washington, June 18, 2020. The book describes Bolton’s 17 turbulent months at President Trump’s side through a multitude of crises and foreign policy challenges.Doug Mills/The New York Times News ServiceRobert Rotberg is the founding director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Program on Intrastate Conflict, a former senior fellow at CIGI and president emeritus of the World Peace Foundation.President Donald Trump should have been been found guilty at his...

June 25, 2020
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China suggests it will free Kovrig and Spavor if Canada allows Huawei executive Meng to return home - The Globe and Mail

China suggests it will free Kovrig and Spavor if Canada allows Huawei executive Meng to return home - The Globe and Mail

OttawaImages are unavailable offline.'Such options are within the rule of law and could open up space for resolution to the situation of the two Canadians,' Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian, seen here in Beijing on April 8, 2020 in a file photo, said.GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty ImagesThe Chinese government says that if Canada sets Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou free it could affect the fate of two Canadians jailed and charged with espionage by Beijing.China has repeatedly rejected suggestions there is any connection between its detention of former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig and...

June 24, 2020
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Trump administration slaps solar, wind operators with massive retroactive rent bills - The Globe and Mail

Trump administration slaps solar, wind operators with massive retroactive rent bills - The Globe and Mail

ReutersImages are unavailable offline.In this Nov. 25, 2019 photo, wind turbines slowly rotate over corn fields in Warsaw, N.Y.Julie Jacobson/The Associated PressThe Trump administration has ended a two-year rent holiday for solar and wind projects operating on federal lands, handing them whopping retroactive bills at a time the industry is struggling with the fallout of the coronavirus outbreak, according to company officials.The move represents a multi-million-dollar hit to an industry that has already seen installation projects cancelled or delayed by the global health crisis, which has...

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China goes after U.S. over more than $1-billion owed to the UN - The Globe and Mail

China goes after U.S. over more than $1-billion owed to the UN - The Globe and Mail

Tanzania, tanzaniaThe Associated PressImages are unavailable offline.The U.S.-China dispute has been escalating over the pandemic, which has circled the globe causing over 300,000 deaths.DAN KITWOOD/AFP/Getty ImagesChina is going after the United States over more than $1 billion that the Trump administration owes the United Nations in unpaid dues for its regular operating budget and arrears for the separate budget for the U.N.’s far-flung peacekeeping operations.The unusual singling out of the U.S. non-payment by China’s U.N. mission comes as President Donald Trump continues to accuse...

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Lucky U.S. chickens fly the coop as coronavirus pandemic hits egg demand - The Globe and Mail

Lucky U.S. chickens fly the coop as coronavirus pandemic hits egg demand - The Globe and Mail

ChicagoReutersImages are unavailable offline.Chickens are retrieved from an Iowa farm by an animal rights group to avoid them being gassed as egg demand falls due to the coronavirus disease outbreak near Fort Dodge, Iowa, U.S., May 16, 2020.ANIMAL PLACE/ReutersAbout 1,000 lucky chickens flew on two chartered cargo planes to a California sanctuary from an Iowa farm that has been euthanizing its flock as the coronavirus outbreak slashes restaurant demand for eggs, an animal rights group said.Farmers have killed off pigs and chickens as the pandemic shuts slaughterhouses and upends the food...

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African countries move to restrict European visitors amid coronavirus pandemic - The Globe and Mail

African countries move to restrict European visitors amid coronavirus pandemic - The Globe and Mail

JohannesburgImages are unavailable offline.A man washes his hands at a public hand washing station as a cautionary measure against the coronavirus in Kigali, Rwanda. March 11, 2020.MARGARET ANDRESEN/ReutersSix years after an Ebola outbreak led to travel restrictions for many West Africans, the coronavirus pandemic has reversed the situation: A growing number of African countries are imposing restrictions on visits by Europeans.The Ebola epidemic in 2014 led to flight shutdowns, visa bans and quarantine regimes that affected thousands of travellers from the three West African countries at...

March 12, 2020
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COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

Future of Cities Are you ready for what will change our cities next? Explore these questions and more in The Globe’s new editorial series, “The Future of Cities,” a collection of articles and essays to help you understand the road ahead for our cities, and whether you see city dwelling in your future THE RSC TASK FORCE ON COVID-19 Science. Independence. Expertise. The Royal Society of Canada's community of experts is providing informed perspectives, peer-reviewed reports, and essays to equip Canadians with accurate information about our response and recovery. RSC POLICY BRIEFING ON...

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Around 2.5 billion Tyrannosaurus rex have walked the Earth, according to new study

Around 2.5 billion Tyrannosaurus rex have walked the Earth, according to new study

WashingtonIf one Tyrannosaurus rex - the school bus-sized meat-eating dinosaur that stalked the Cretaceous Period landscape - seems impressive, how about 2.5 billion of them?Researchers on Thursday unveiled the first calculation of the total T. rex population during the estimated 2.4 million years that this fearsome species inhabited western North America during the twilight of the age of dinosaurs.They considered factors including the size of its geographic range, its body mass, growth pattern, age at sexual maturity, life expectancy, duration of a single generation and the total time that...

April 15, 2021
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Ukraine now says it believes Iran intentionally shot down Flight 752

Ukraine now says it believes Iran intentionally shot down Flight 752

Kyiv and ottawaA senior Ukrainian security official says he believes Iran intentionally shot down an airliner full of passengers early last year, possibly with the intent of ending a cycle of military escalation with the United States.All 167 and nine crew, including 55 Canadian citizens, 30 permanent residents and 53 others who were travelling to Canada via Kyiv, were killed when Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 was shot out of the sky on Jan. 8, 2020.Oleksiy Danilov, who as secretary of the National Defence and Security Council oversaw the early stages of Ukraine’s own...

April 16, 2021
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No indication Canada will make special accommodations for migrants fleeing Hong Kong - The Globe and Mail

No indication Canada will make special accommodations for migrants fleeing Hong Kong - The Globe and Mail

OttawaImages are unavailable offline.Police stand guard in Causeway Bay before the annual handover march in Hong Kong, on July. 1, 2020.The Associated PressThe Canadian government is so far giving no indication that it’s prepared to make special accommodations to welcome a possible exodus of Hong Kongers after China imposed a new security law on the former British colony.Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison signalled on Thursday that his government may follow Britain in offering visas to Hong Kong citizens after China passed a law granting Beijing sweeping new powers to crack down on...

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