France Blames US, Australia for Lying over Submarine DealFrench FM Jean Yves-Drian on Saturday blamed the US and Australia for a ruptured Australian contract to buy French submarines, insisting there may be major consequences to Paris-Washington relations and for the transatlantic alliance.
Canada has cancelled export permits to Turkey to NATO ally Turkey after a probe found Canadian drone technology had been misdirected for use in conflicts, the Canadian foreign affairs department announced on Monday, after a government review found that Canadian-made systems had been used by Azerbaijan in the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan condemned "act of terrorism,” horrific ramming deaths of four Muslim family members in Canada, saying Islamophobia “needs to be countered holistically by the international community.”
Canadian Protesters have prevented an Israeli container ship from docking at one of the country’s Prince Rupert, B.C., port, in response to the latest war on the besieged Gaza Strip that left hundreds of people dead last month.
Two more Catholic churches burned to the ground in indigenous communities in western Canada, following grim discoveries at former church-run indigenous residential schools of nearly 1,000 unmarked graves.
Premier Justin Trudeau has denounced the ongoing spree of arson and vandalism targeting Canada’s Catholic churches that are believed to be a response to the cultural and physical genocide of indigenous children in church-run schools.
Venezuela has called on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate US sanctions imposed on the Latin American country as crimes against humanity and has provided The Hague-based tribunal with evidence.