European Parliament has approved the ratification of the first ever legally-binding worldwide climate deal.
As high-profile cases in America highlight the problem of sexual assault on college campuses, Canadian universities are scrambling to update their policies to address harassment and assault involving students.
"Americans, they will really kill them, they will try to kidnap them to get ransom," Rodrigo Duterte said of Islamic State affiliate Abu Sayyaf in a speech on Monday.
The rape case triggered outrage in June when the woman's victim impact statement went viral, prompting criticism of both the sentencing judge and the US criminal justice system's light penalties for sexual assault.
The Crystal Serenity cruise ship docked on Monday in Cambridge Bay, a hamlet of about 1,500 people in Canada's Nunavut territory, where hundreds of eager tourists were shuttled to shore.
They doubt new funding will tell them anything more about their sisters’ cases.
The government announced on Wednesday the start of a long-awaited inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women, who are six times more likely to be murder victims than non-Aboriginal women in Canada.
Troubling data in a new report shows those greenhouse gases reached new record highs last year — at a time when countries around the globe are struggling to set limits to contain them.
A quiet neighborhood in Canada's capital is still reeling after a Somali-Canadian man died after being arrested by Ottawa police. An external investigation will determine whether the officers were at fault.
A VICE News investigation reveals that there are no consistent rules, and no standard of training across the country, when it comes to stocking, storing, and administering rape kits. That, advocates say, is a problem.
Somali community demands answers after altercation with police leaves mentally ill man dead in Canada
Abdirahman Abdi died in hospital on Monday, after he was arrested by Ottawa police on Sunday. Cellphone video shows Abdi face-down on the pavement, his pants around his ankles, bleeding as cops put him in handcuffs.
A national inquiry into the reasons why more than a thousand Indigenous women have disappeared or been killed hasn't yet begun, but it's already causing fraustration.
Ieshia Evans tells VICE News the full story behind her now-famous moment of protest.
The story behind Stop The Killing, the group that first published video of Alton Sterling’s shooting
Arthur "Silky Slim" Reed used to be a gang leader. Now he works with at-risk youth, intervening in their lives before they can get involved with crime.
Despite the fact that the last time they tried this, 40 percent of the fish died, the mining company is pretty sure this will work out for the best.
The Filipino militant group has already beheaded two Canadians who were held hostage alongside Kjartan Sekkingstad. "There is no more ultimatum, we are going to behead this Norwegian anytime today," a spokesman told the Mindanao Inquirer.
But Barrick Gold, the Canadian mining giant that co-owns the mine in Papua New Guinea, insists all the allegations are being taken "very seriously."
Months after a stunning victory propelled him to the helm of Britain's Labour Party, Corbyn is facing an open revolt after a no-confidence vote passed 172-40.