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German officials said Monday that numerous priceless artifacts taken from African nations during colonial times will be permanently returned.
A U.S. Navy destroyer that engaged a superior Japanese fleet in the largest sea battle of the Second World War in the Philippines has become the deepest wreck to be discovered, according to explorers.
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A representative for Johnny Depp has denied a recent report the actor would be returning to the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' franchise.
Montreal-raised comedian Nick Nemeroff died on Monday, leaving comedy fans across Canada grieving. He was 32.
Airbnb has codified a global policy that prohibits guests from hosting parties or events on all listed properties.
Shares skidded in Asia on Wednesday after another broad decline on Wall Street as markets remain gripped by uncertainty over inflation, rising interest rates and the potential for a recession.
The head of the European Central Bank said Tuesday that it will move gradually to combat soaring consumer prices with interest rate hikes in July and September but will keep its options open to "stamp out" inflation if it surges faster than expected.
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Railroad company Amtrak has announced that its Maple Leaf Train, in conjunction with VIA Rail, is back in business.
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Brooke Henderson, the most successful professional golfer in Canadian history, has been given the Key to the City of Ottawa.
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Marlin Briscoe, who became the first Black starting quarterback in the American Football League more than 50 years ago, died Monday. He was 76.
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