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UN 'sounding the alarm' on HIV progress

Michel Sidibe

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.

'It's unfortunate': Premiers reconsider format for future Indigenous talks


Wednesday's Council of the Federation talks may be the last time premiers invite Indigenous leaders to their annual summer gathering, after the Assembly of First Nations, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami and the Metis National Council declined their invitations for the second year in a row.

Rare baby snake fossil found in amber from Age of Dinosaurs

Baby snake amber light

Scientists have found the first ever fossilized baby snake, beautifully preserved in amber 100 million years ago. A Canadian biologist involved in the study calls that 'beyond exciting.'

In their own words: rescued Thai soccer players describe ordeal


"It was a miracle," a member of the rescued Thai soccer team said Wednesday as the boys and their coach left the hospital and made their first public comments about their experience.

White House denies that Trump said Russia no longer targeting U.S.


The White House denied that U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Russia was no longer targeting the United States, saying his answer "no" was about taking further questions not about potential interference in U.S. elections.

Boris Johnson accuses PM May of 'dithering' on Brexit in resignation speech

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson, in his formal resignation speech to the British House of Commons, urged the Conservatives on Wednesday to abandon the "miserable permanent limbo of Chequers," referring to the nickname of the Theresa May plan to address Brexit concerns within her own party and the European Union.

Archeologists find world's oldest bread

Excavation Jordan

Remains of the world's oldest bread have been found by archeologists. And surprise — they show that prehistoric humans were baking bread thousands of years before they invented agriculture.

Iceberg looming over Greenland village spotted from space

Innaarsuit Greenland iceberg

An iceberg that drifted perilously close to a remote Greenland village is so big that it can be seen from space.

Raptors reportedly close to trading DeMar DeRozan for Kawhi Leonard


According to multiple reports, the Toronto Raptors appear to be on the verge of finalizing a blockbuster trade. The reports have the Raptors sending DeMar DeRozan to the San Antonio Spurs in a deal that would see forward Kawhi Leonard join Toronto.

U.S. to review uranium imports on national security grounds

Uranium yellowcake

The United States Department of Commerce will launch an investigation into imports of uranium, citing the same concerns about national security that it did before implementing tariffs on steel and aluminum.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News