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Sean Paul kicks off his #TemperatureChallenge on TikTok as his classic hit went viral. It’s quite understandable why TikTok challenges have grown in popularity since the arrival of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Social distancing coupled

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Alexei Navalny's wife among thousands arrested at anti-Kremlin protestsKremlin critic Alexei Navalny had called on his supporters to protest after being arrested last weekend as he returned to Russia from Germany for the first time

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White House sends a message about foreign policy in announcing Biden call with TrudeauIn announcing Friday's phone call with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the White House's intended message was very clear: Traditional allies are back

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New coronavirus variant may be more deadly — but more evidence is needed, U.K.'s chief scientist saysThere is some evidence that a new coronavirus variant first identified in southeast England carries a higher risk of

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Why the U.S. isn't in desperate need of the Keystone XL pipelineA lot has changed since the Keystone XL project was proposed in 2005. Ramped up domestic oil production and new supply routes have lessened the

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Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on FridayDr. Anthony Fauci says a lack of candour and facts about the coronavirus pandemic under former U.S. president Donald Trump "very likely" cost lives because

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Why the world won't go back to 'some sense of normal' until all countries are vaccinated against COVID-19As countries such as Canada and the United States continue vaccinating millions of citizens, global health experts warn

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Joe Biden's presidential inauguration will be like no other. Here's how to watch and listen inCBC News will have comprehensive coverage before, during and after the official swearing-in of U.S. president-elect Joe Biden and vice-president-elect

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Scientists racing to understand new COVID-19 variants and whether they will derail vaccination effortsThe more opportunities the coronavirus has to replicate, the more it will evolve, potentially creating a new variant that won't be mitigated

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Impeachment will further obscure Trump's contested economic legacyMarkets boosted by tax cuts and years of low interest rates have made the rich richer and the U.S. more divided than ever, something the Biden presidency will

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Canadian aunt and uncle of Kamala Harris reflect on niece's upbringing, historic achievementIn the aftermath of the deadly siege on Capitol Hill nearly two weeks ago, vice-president-elect Kamala Harris took some time to call her

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Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on SaturdayCanada's procurement minister urged drugmaker Pfizer-BioNTech to get the country's COVID-19 vaccine delivery schedule back on track as soon as possible as cases of the

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Russia to withdraw from Open Skies Treaty after U.S. departureRussia said Friday it will withdraw from an international treaty allowing observation flights over military facilities following the U.S. exit from the pact.Social SharingU.S. pulled out

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Canadian cannabis company Aphria eyes U.S. market as Biden presidency approachesAphria Inc. chief executive Irwin Simon is seeing green as Democrat Joe Biden prepares to be sworn in as president of the United States next

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Is it time for Western intelligence agencies to treat pandemics as security threats?Learning the lessons of early-warning intelligence and information-sharing before the next pandemic strikes should be a priority for Canada and its allies, say

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Canada, U.K. strike transitional post-Brexit trade dealNegotiations between Canada and the United Kingdom to hammer out the terms of their post-Brexit trade deal have concluded, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson

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Pandemic is making life even more perilous for the 420 million children in conflict zonesMore than 90,000 children have been killed or injured in wars and armed conflicts over the past decade, and the pandemic

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As Conservatives call for crackdown, O'Toole calls Chinese influence a grave 'threat' to CanadaConservative Leader Erin O'Toole said today Canada must crack down on the growing influence of the Chinese communist regime, adding there's "no

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U.S. records over 90,000 coronavirus cases in a day for 1st timeA record surge of coronavirus cases in the United States is pushing hospitals to the brink of capacity and killing up to 1,000 people

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Foreign Minister Champagne meets Belarus's exiled opposition leader in LithuaniaAs he continues a European tour, Canada's top diplomat François-Philippe Champagne has met in Lithuania with Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, the exiled opposition leader of Belarus.Social SharingSvetlana Tikhanovskaya

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Britain says it's walking away from talks with EU on BrexitU.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday it was now time to prepare for a no-trade deal Brexit unless the European Union fundamentally changed

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Becoming Diana: Emma Corrin on playing the Princess of Wales in Season 4 of The CrownThere is, perhaps, an irony in the experience of taking on the role of Diana, Princess of Wales, in Netflix’s

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Trump hosts White House event against guidance of public health officialsU.S. President Donald Trump made his first public appearance on Saturday since returning to the White House after his hospitalization for the coronavirus, defying public health guidelines

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How the U.S. election could change NATO's future and Canada's defence strategyCanada's defence policy has rested for generations on the assumption of an unshakeable partnership with the U.S. Yet old alliances suddenly seem less sturdy

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How the U.S. election outcome could affect Canada's environment and energy futureThe old truism that elections have consequences is doubly apt for the U.S., a country whose politics reach beyond its borders. It's certainly the

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World's 2nd-biggest cinema operator Cineworld to close all U.S., U.K. and Irish screensCineworld, the world's second-biggest cinema operator, will close all its screens in the United States, Britain and Ireland this week after studios pulled

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Stock markets sell off after Trump coronavirus diagnosis adds to uncertaintyStock markets around the world moved lower on Friday after word that the U.S. president has contracted the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.Social SharingMarkets were already

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Should I stay or go? Canadians ponder returning home as coronavirus cases spike in U.K.Canadians living in the United Kingdom are weighing whether to return home as they watch coronavirus case numbers rise sharply in

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Why the experts think Belarus isn't going to be Putin's next UkraineIf there is a glimmer of a silver lining for Canada, the U.K. and its allies as they watch the brutal crackdown on anti-government protesters

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