The leader of the Wagner group said it wasn’t his intention to overthrow the Kremlin. Now, there are questions about what really happened — and what the future holds for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s grip on power. Redmond Shannon reports.
The turmoil in Russia with the Wagner group is overshadowing a summit of Nordic nations in Iceland, which has seen Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attending to boost cooperation of Arctic partners. Touria Izri explains.
Monday was another day of bad air quality in parts of Quebec and Ontario, as drifting smoke from fires burning in northern Quebec lingered, keeping smog warnings and air quality advisories in place for much of the day. Mackenzie Gray reports on the impact of the smoke, and how long it’s expected to last.
The U.S. coast guard is still out at the site of the wreck of the Titan submersible, salvaging what it can from the ocean floor. There are now multiple investigations into what went wrong, and multiple families grieving the loss of loved ones. Mike Armstrong reports.
Uganda is facing growing international outrage over its new so-called “anti-homosexuality act,” which can include life in prison or even the death penalty for anyone engaged in homosexual acts. And now, there are fears that other African nations could adopt similar laws. Jayme Doll reports from Uganda.
Last week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture gave a company the greenlight to sell lab-grown chicken meat. That means genuine meat from the ground-up — using cells, no farms nor eggs required. Mike Drolet explains.
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