Getting their just desserts
OTTAWA – Canada joined several European countries Thursday in urging its citizens to immediately leave the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi because of the fragile political situation there.
Michael Petrou on Obama’s nominee for secretary of defence
Elizabeth May is her own leader, as Aaron Wherry reports
Fraught with dangerous, unstable local politics. A spark can set the region aflame.
The Prime Minister talks to a certain news channel.
David Akin reports details of the conversation between the Prime Minister and Vladimir Putin during last weekend’s summit.
But none of this will surprise Russian President Vladimir Putin who as
Why was Obama the only leader to reference religion in response to Libya attack?
OTTAWA – Attacks on a U.S. consulate in eastern Libya that killed the American ambassador and three of his staff were “senseless,” Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said Wednesday.
The U.S. ambassador to Libya has been killed along with three of his staff.
Chris Stevens went to the U.S. consulate in Banghazi, Libya, Wednesday morning to check on the
Stuck in the middle of a dispute over the cost of the Libya mission, defence officials apparently started work on a screenplay for a satirical comedy about the inner workings
Although the ballots are still being counted, provisional figures show that Libya has shut-out the Muslim Brotherhood in favour of interim Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril, head of the pro-west National
A small group of Canadians are headed to the polls today, but they are taking part in no ordinary election.
Libyan-Canadians across the country are casting their ballots ahead of
Maclean’s reports from Tripoli
Libya and the International Criminal Court are at war—over who gets to stage a trial for Saif al-Islam Gadhafi
The mission in Libya cost significantly more than the Defence Minister once suggested. And the government recently described the purchase of 13 new armoured vehicles as a purchase of transmission