Google Stadia launches with users largely unable to play
Cloud gaming could be the future of gaming, but most Stadia users appear locked out.
Sweden drops rape investigation against Julian Assange
Swedish prosecutors have dropped an investigation into a rape allegation against the infamous co-founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange.
Over 30 scammers arrested at Indian call centre that targeted Canadians
An Indian call centre that had “dozens” of employees attempting to dupe Canadians into handing over money via various types of phone scams has shut down.
Bolivian President Evo Morales removed, accepts asylum in Mexico
Morales was Bolivia’s first-ever indigenous President. His reforms slashed poverty by half and quadrupled GDP.
Canada-China relations mess compounded by Huawei 5G, post-secondary research relations
Huawei 5G on Canadian telecom networks threaten security collaboration with U.S. says former national security advisor Susan Rice: “It’s not a joke. It’s truly serious.”
Mickey Mouse on list of scientists declaring ‘global climate emergency’
That number has now been reduced, after a public outcry regarding fake names, including Micky Mouse and Albus Dumbledore appearing on the list.
Feminist assaults Gavin McInnes and Milo Yiannopolous, brags about it on Twitter
Right-wing media personalities Milo Yiannopolous and Gavin McInnes had water thrown at them by a feminist in Washington, D.C. Thursday.
89-year-old Holocaust survivor receives 200 anti-Semitic threats a day
The police of Rome, Italy have taken an order to protect an 89-year-old Holocaust survivor due to online hate fuelled by anti-Semitism.
Thirty-seven killed in attack on Canadian mining convoy in Burkina Faso
Thirty-seven civilians have been reported dead, with an additional 60 wounded in an attack by an unidentified gunman on a convoy transporting workers of Semafo, a Canadian gold mining company in Burkina Faso, reports Reuters