Bradley Manning Apologizes: “I’m sorry that I hurt the United States”

Samrawit Gougsa, Correspondent (North America)   FORT MEADE - Bradley Manning, the U.S. soldier who was convicted for providing over half a million classified documents to the...

Canada donates millions to aid nepal earthquake victims

After the earthquake that destroyed Nepal, Canada sends relief and rescue missions as well as donations to help rebuild the country Ottawa—After Saturday's 7.8 magnitude...

Flat out lies: Quebec journalist falsified articles

QUEBEC - This was not just a small time journalist. Bugingo has worked for news establishments such as Radio Canada, TVA, while also running...

Man Arrested Whilst Trying to Detonate Explosives in Kansas

  Alejandro Faini, Editor (North America)   KANSAS - A worker of the Wichita Mid-Continent Airport was arrested this morning while trying to detonate explosives located in his...

Two officers shot in the Bronx, manhunt underway

A manhunt is underway after two New York police officers were shot by a man suspected of robbery. NEW YORK CITY — The New York City...

Australia Part of NSA Surveillance in Asia

Chang Mei Yen, Correspondent (North America)   CANBERRA - Recent damaging documents have indicated that Australia is part of the US-led global spying network, using its embassies...

Jamaican Prime Minister announces the start of new nutraceutical industry

Development of this industry has the potential to help the country's economy, however there is little evidence of the effectiveness of such products Jamaican Prime...

25 Killed in Washington Landslide – Rescue Operation Ongoing

A landslide in Oso, Washington has caused 25 deaths, and 90 are still missing. Hope is not lost as people are still determined to...

US Spying on the European Community

Alejandro Faini, Editor (North America)   WASHINGTON- The PRISM scandal which took by surprise the American people has become a global issue after documents revealed by Edward...

Canadian Navy Spy Apologies to Family before Sentencing

Jennifer Ubah, Correspondent (North America)   HALIFAX - A Canadian navy intelligence officer, who sold secrets to Russia, has apologised to his family for his actions. In...