From the 19th century until the 1970s, more than 150,000 aboriginal children were required to attend Christian schools to rid them of their native cultures and integrate them into Canadian society.
More than 400 passengers, onboard the Chinese ship which sank, are still missing
The M7 Aerospace LP plane was conducting a test flight on Tuesday when it crashed on the road between the capital and Queretaro
Dozens of public events have been cancelled, while more than 1,360 people who were exposed directly or indirectly to the virus have been placed under varying levels of quarantine.
The aircraft, carrying 298 people, was en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur July 17 when it crashed in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region, about 60 km from the Russian border.
The study focuses on death and injury caused directly by the stuff of warfare, what it calls "bullets, bombs, fire and so on."
Nilanjan Brahma, 53, was sent to prison on Tuesday by US District Judge Sam Cummings. He must surrender to the Bureau of Prisons next month.
Miguel Angel Luna, a former mayor of Valle de Chalco in the state of Mexico southeast of Mexico City, was attacked by armed men at his campaign offices
"If we collect everything we understand nothing," Snowden said. "We're spending resources for no benefit in terms of public safety and a real cost in terms of freedom and liberty."
After the Senate voted 67-32 to give final congressional approval to the bill, Obama used his Twitter account to say he was glad it had passed.
The four-storey ship was carrying 456 people including 405 passengers, 46 crew and five tour guides.
An armed fighter with his face covered by a scarf claims Boko Haram still holds several northeastern towns, It says thousands of fighters remain in a north-eastern forest stronghold.
"I was raised to believe in the American Dream. My parents immigrated to the United States so that my brother and I could have a shot at it through a good education and hard work," Khanna said.
Morsi was sentenced to death in May over a mass prison break during Egypt's 2011 uprising that eventually brought him to power. It was one of several ongoing trials against him.
Al-Bashir, who took power in a bloodless Islamist coup in 1989, is the only sitting head of state facing genocide charges at the International Criminal Court.
Nepal police said the chopper of Kathmandu-based Mountain Helicopters came down in a forested area north of the capital.
In April, Morsi was sentenced to 20 years in prison for inciting violence and ordering the arrest and torture of demonstrators during 2012 clashes while he was the president.
Controversy continues over who shot down of MH17 over eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people aboard. MH17 was downed by an older version of the missile which isn't used by Russians now.
An American woman was killed by a lioness on Monday when the animal attacked her through an open car window, also injuring the driver of the car.
The study, called Costs of War looks at war-related deaths, injuries and displacement in Afghanistan and Pakistan from 2001 to last year.
Caitlyn's new Twitter account broke a record for fastest time to reach 1 million followers
The ship capsized in a storm late on Monday. Only about a dozen people have been rescued so far.
Health officials said Monday more than 680 people in South Korea were isolated at their homes or state-run facilities after having contact with patients infected the virus.
The boat was travelling from Nanjing upstream to the south-western city of Chongqing when it sank Monday night in Hubei province, the report said.
The Taliban have also declined to participate in any electoral process, calling instead for a new Constitution to be put in place.
Police have identified the three suspects involved in the shooting incident as Mohamed Taufik Zahar, 34, Mohamed Ismail, 31 and Muhammad Syahid Mohamed Yasni, 26.
Achieving the 2C target has been the driving force for climate negotiators and scientists, who say it is the limit beyond which the world will suffer ever worsening floods, droughts, storms and rising seas.
The drills will be held in jungle-covered mountains along China's southwestern border, directly across from where Myanmar troops have been battling ethnic Kokang rebels.
The charges will be pressed Monday against 41 people, including Rana Plaza owner Sohel Rana and his parents and more than a dozen government officials, for their direct role behind the deaths of 1,137 people in the collapse.
Center-left Labor Party leader Bill Shorten became the first leader of a major Australian political party to back a bill to overturn a national ban on gay marriage.
The Senate voted to move ahead with reform legislation that would replace the bulk phone records program revealed two years ago by former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden.
Many migrants say this was not the Europe they expected. They lament the loud rumble of subway trains, the stench of urine and how “even in Africa” they didn't have to sleep outdoors.
European girls and young women who join extremists such as the Islamic State soon realise that Syria, for them, is a one-way journey.
Over 100 temporary learning centres have been built across Nepal by the government and aid agencies.
On Friday, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter demanded an immediate end to all reclamation works by claimants.
During discussions in late March and early April between world powers and Iran, he took several bike trips during breaks in the negotiations in Lausanne, Switzerland.
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