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  1. Havana syndrome: Exposure to neurotoxin may have been cause, study suggests

    Fumigation in Havana

    The mysterious ailments experienced by some 40 Canadian and U.S. diplomats and their families while stationed in Cuba may have had nothing to do with sonic "attacks" identified in earlier studies.

  2. UN turns to young people for hope and vitality in climate fight


    The United Nations hopes the presence of hundreds of young people will motivate governments and corporations to take bold climate action when world leaders meet in New York City for the annual UN General Assembly next week.

  3. Bibi or not to be? Israeli voters wait to see if Netanyahu survived another close vote

    Benjamin Netanyahu

    Instead of breaking the impasse, Israel's "do-over" election yesterday delivered almost a mirror image of the April contest, even as the final votes are being counted, writes Margaret Evans.

  4. More Fed cuts expected to push Canadian interest rates lower: Don Pittis

    House "For Sale" signs in Toronto real estate.

    The U.S. Federal Reserve cut rates on Tuesday to keep the U.S. boom alive as global economy weakens. And Canada is already feeling the impact.

  5. Attack on Saudi oil facilities highlights danger of 'kamikaze' drones


    The recent attack on Saudi oil facilities has cast a spotlight on increasingly used “kamikaze” or “suicide” drones. And the incident has brought into focus what one expert calls the “eminent” possibility of such devices one day being used to sow terror in major cities.