1. 'Protesters

  2. 'Polish

    Nineteen months ago, Poland's prime minister was one of the first leaders to visit Kyiv in the early weeks of the Russian invasion, but on Thursday, the country announced it won't be sending any more weapons to Ukraine than it's already committed to in the wake of an escalating fight over grain exports. 

  3. 'A

    North American benchmark crude West Texas Intermediate has surged 30 per cent since June 1 and is hovering this week around $90 US per barrel.

  4. 'Rupert

    Rupert Murdoch has stepped down as the chairman of Fox Corp. and News Corp., ending a more than seven-decade career during which he created a media empire spanning from Australia to the United States.

  5. 'A

    Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni urged its 193 member states to "wage a global war" against smugglers.

  6. 'A

    Rumble, Canadian-founded video platform that has gained currency among right-wing pundits and websites, is rejecting a request from a British parliamentary committee to stop comedian Russell Brand from being able to monetize his content there as sexual assault allegations are being investigated.

  7. 'Grey

    Russian missiles pounded cities across Ukraine early Thursday morning, according to authorities, sparking fires and killing at least two people. It comes as Ukraine's president was in Washington to persuade U.S. lawmakers to provide more military support for the war effort.

  8. 'Three

    The Taiwan Hemlock Civil Defence group, which conducts regular training, is one of many organizations in Taiwan preparing for an invasion they are certain will come.

  9. 'Adidas

    Adidas CEO Bjorn Gulden said he doubts that Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West, "meant what he said" when he made a series of antisemitic and other offensive remarks last year.

  10. 'Men

    Following Canada's accusation this week that agents with connections to the Indian government were responsible for the fatal shooting of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Canada's Five Eyes allies have been reluctant to wade too deeply into the incident. Here's what you need to know about the intelligence alliance, and how it could help.

  11. 'Three

    Over the past year and a half of war in Ukraine, most of the glory has gone to the country's soldiers resisting the Russian invasion. But there's another collection of recruits who are no less crucial: the medics performing life-saving surgery and emergency care near the front lines, where Ukraine's offensive push is sending more soldiers their way.

  12. Russian journalist Elena Kostyuchenko can only plan her life a few weeks at a time because she may be on a Russian kill list. In a Canadian exclusive, CBC’s chief correspondent Adrienne Arsenault meets her and reports on the young Russian author's life on the run.

  13. 'Zelensky,

    Ukraine's fate is being fought on the political battlefield this week, with the country's leader looking to shore up support in North America, especially in a wavering Washington. Here is one scene from that front: a showdown at the UN

  14. 'A

    It certainly wasn't the first time a government was accused of orchestrating a killing on foreign soil, but observers around the world were nonetheless shocked by Prime Minister's Justin Trudeau's allegation that India's leaders had a hand in killing a Canadian citizen earlier this year in B.C. 

  15. New drone footage shows the wreckage left behind by powerful and deadly flooding in the city of Derna, Libya.

  16. 'A

    U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland told a Republican-controlled congressional committee on Wednesday that he runs a nonpolitical department that does not do the bidding of the president.

  17. 'Yasutoshi

    As political tensions with India remain at an all-time high, the Trudeau government is preparing to make some incremental progress with a key ally in its Indo-Pacific strategy — Japan.

  18. 'A

    Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has been lauded as a wartime leader since Russia began its invasion last year, but some critics question his commitment to making good on his pledge to fight graft in his own country.

  19. 'A

    British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is expected to announce changes to some of its net-zero policies, including a five-year delay to the banning of gas and diesel vehicles. The news is already drawing the ire of business groups.

  20. 'People

    The diplomatic relationship between Canada and India exploded this week when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused India’s government of being involved in the June killing of B.C.’s Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a Sikh man who supported the push for an independent Sikh homeland called Khalistan.