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  • Toronto hospitals, Quebec company behind world's first delivery of lungs by drone

    TORONTO - Dr. Shaf Keshavjee was full of nerves as he scanned Toronto's darkened skyline, craning his neck to spot a drone whizzing toward the downtown rooftop he was standing on.
  • Facebook asks court to dismiss FTC antitrust complaint

    Facebook is asking a federal court to dismiss a revised complaint against it by the Federal Trade Commission, arguing that the agency has not provided enough evidence to show that the company is a monopoly.
  • Canadians released after Huawei CFO resolves US charges

    NEW YORK (AP) — Two Canadians detained in China on spying charges were released from prison and flown out of the country on Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said, just after a top executive of Chinese communications giant Huawei Technologies reached a deal with the U.S. Justice Department over fraud charges and flew to China.
  • Return of events pushes hosts to address vaccination, COVID tests and masks

    TORONTO - When Sept. 11 comes, Natasha Koifman's backyard will be awash with chatter and music as up to 100 guests gather for an elegant dinner meant to raise funds for Haitians to access education.
  • Afghanistan, Hurricane Ida coverage gripped TV viewers

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The U.S. evacuation from Afghanistan and fearsome Hurricane Ida drew viewers to cable channels that focused on the unfolding events.
  • The Latest: Official Taliban websites abruptly go offline

    BOSTON — Taliban websites that delivered the victorious insurgents’ official messages to Afghans and the world at large in five languages have abruptly gone offline.
  • Govt sharpens antitrust attack against Facebook with filing

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators sharpened their antitrust attack against Facebook, alleging in a revised complaint Thursday that the social network giant pursued a laser-focused strategy to “buy or bury" rivals to suppress competition.
  • Kabul airport plunges into chaos as Taliban patrol capital

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Thousands of Afghans rushed into Kabul’s main airport Monday, some so desperate to escape the Taliban that they held onto a military jet as it took off and plunged to their deaths. At least seven people died in the chaos, U.S. officials said, as America’s longest war ended with its enemy the victor.
  • China sentences Canadian to 11 years in case tied to Huawei

    DANDONG, China (AP) — A Canadian entrepreneur was sentenced to 11 years in prison Wednesday in a spying case linked to Beijing’s effort to push his country to release an executive of tech giant Huawei, prompting an unusual joint show of support for Canada by the United States and 24 other governments.
  • Canadian faces spy ruling in China as Huawei decision looms

    BEIJING (AP) — A Canadian entrepreneur who was charged with spying after his government arrested an executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei faces a possible verdict Wednesday as Beijing steps up pressure on Canada ahead of a court ruling on whether to hand over the executive to face U.S. criminal charges.

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