Americas

Canada: endangered orca pod renders its first calf in three years

Researchers spotted newborn off the west coast of British Columbia on 31 May as the last successful calving occurred in 2016 A pod of endangered killer whales on Canada’s west coast has made its first calf in three years, a promising sign for the ailing orcas. Researchers spotted the newborn calf off the west coast …

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Archeologists say early Caribbeans were not ‘savage cannibals’, as settlers wrote

Researchers in Antigua hope to correct speculative and erroneous colonial accounts that depict the Carib people as ferocious man-eaters For centuries, historians is of the view that the Caribbean’s earliest inhabitants were peaceful farmers who were wiped out by the ferocious man-eating Carib people. But archaeologists in Antigua say new evidence from one of the …

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This asylum seeker was shot in the head. Ice incarcerated him and gave him ibuprofen

Some days, Rolando would bleed out of his eyes, ears and nose. Other days, he’d lie on the floor, dizzy or barely conscious. But every time the jailed Guatemalan asylum seeker attempt help from a doctor, staff at his US immigration detention center offered the same treatment: ibuprofen. The 27 -year-old migrant survived a gunshot …

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The good humen: inside the all-male group taking on modern masculinity

In the hometown of Jordan Peterson, the evangelist of white male rancour, a different and thoughtful mens movement vies to be heard On a warm Tuesday evening, a dozen humen assembled on sofas at a Lululemon location in Toronto called The Local. Since last year, as an experiment to reach more male clients, the store …

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US woman kidnapped in Afghanistan says husband’s abuse was just like captors’

Caitlan Coleman says her Canadian spouse, Joshua Boyle, was violent towards her before, during and after their kidnapping A Canadian man who was kidnapped with his wife in Afghanistanwas controlling and violent towards her before, during and after their five-year hostage ordeal, she told a Canadian tribunal on Friday. Caitlan Coleman, 33, dedicated testimony for …

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