On this episode of International Nationwide: The convoy against obligatory COVID-19 vaccinations for cross-border truckers amongst different grievances, dubbed the “Freedom Convoy,” continued demonstrations in Ottawa for a second day on Sunday. Many companies within the space saved their doorways closed to keep away from additional confrontation, since some protesters verbally and bodily assaulted employees at some institutions for imposing public well being measures. David Akin reviews from the scene.
Turning to the standoff between Ukraine and Russia: This weekend in Kyiv, Ukraine, roughly 1,000 ladies signed up for hostile atmosphere coaching as troopers continued deployment in preparation for a potential Russian invasion. Crystal Goomansingh has that story.
Canada is pulling non-essential employees from the Canadian embassy in Ukraine as considerations proceed to mount over the specter of a Russian incursion. Ross Lord explains why.
In Afghanistan, nearly 23 million individuals are at present vulnerable to hunger. Norway is taking a lead in talking with Taliban leaders to search out methods to find widespread floor so extra help can get to those that want it most. Redmond Shannon reviews.
Plus, a deep freeze is following the U.S. East Coast blizzard that struck. Jennifer Johnson seems to be on the aftermath of the nor’easter with hurricane-force wind gusts that battered a lot of that coast on Saturday.
Alberta will turn into the primary province in Canada to require a private well being quantity to make use of protected injection websites. However as Heather Yourex-West reviews, advocates say this may improve overdose deaths within the province.
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