ABC News’ Kenneth Moton is live from Ottawa as police have begun arresting COVID mandate protesters outside the parliament building. Officials hope this will convince other protesters to go home.
As the tensions along the Ukraine-Russia border heat up, Chinese leader Xi Jinping offered his support to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Martha Raddatz has the latest on reports that North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles, marking its third weapons launch this week. North Korea was quick to react to the U.S.’ latest sanctions on the North. The regime says it’s going to HAVE TO take tougher action if Washington keeps an aggressive attitude towards theContinue reading “North Korea’s second missile launch this week – GMA”
A Four Corners investigation has uncovered new allegations that unarmed civilians were unlawfully killed by Australian special forces in Afghanistan. In an investigation months in the making, drawing upon sources in Australia and Afghanistan, our program will expose a culture of impunity and cover-up among members of Australia’s special forces who served in Australia’s longestContinue reading “Killing Field: Explosive new allegations of Australian special forces war crimes | Four Corners (2020)”
In a major escalation in the federal sex crimes investigation into Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz, prosecutors may charge Gaetz as soon as July, according to ABC News. NBC News has not independently verified ABC’s reporting. A Gaetz spokesperson says this is all part of a “partisan smear job.” Gaetz has not been charged with aContinue reading “Sex Crime Probe Bombshell: Gaetz Could Be Charged In July As Witnesses Speak”