The Journal Pioneer
Summerside man charged with theft, breach of probation
P.E.I. MP Lawrence MacAulay gets the nod to retain Veterans Affairs portfolio
PC bill establishes independent child and youth advocate for P.E.I.
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Thursday, Nov. 21
Confederation Building parking lot in St. john's turns into electric car showroom
St. John's native highlights affordable housing solutions in Edmonton
Risk on, risk off, repeat! U.S.-China trade deal faces HK hurdle
By Thyagaraju Adinarayan LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks slid further on Thursday as the standoff between the world's two largest economies expanded beyond trade, reducing the odds of a "phase-one" deal this year and forcing investors to shed risky assets. ...
Can he 'ride it out'? Pompeo future uncertain after impeachment testimony
By Jonathan Landay and Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Testimony on Wednesday that U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo played a more central role than previously known in President Donald Trump’s Ukraine dealings has fueled uncertainty within ...
Trump expected to sign Hong Kong human rights legislation: source
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S President Donald Trump is expected to sign legislation passed by Congress intended to support protesters in Hong Kong, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, a move sure to anger China. The source, who spoke ...
Senior Christian Democrats rally behind would-be successor to Germany's Merkel
By Paul Carrel LEIPZIG, Germany (Reuters) - Senior members of Germany's ruling party are rallying around their leader, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, before a weekend congress at which she hopes to show she is the right person to succeed Angela Merkel ...
Iran begins reconnecting internet after shutdown over protests
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran on Thursday began restoring internet access in the capital Tehran and a number of provinces, local news agencies and residents said, after a days-long nationwide shutdown meant to help stifle unrest over fuel price hikes. The ...
Lebanon parliament speaker calls session following cancellation
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese House Speaker Nabih Berri on Thursday scheduled a session of parliament next week to discuss draft legislation on banking secrecy and returning stolen state funds, state news agency NNA reported. Protests fuelled in part ...
Algeria plans sharp cut in wheat purchases to curb import bill
TUNIS (Reuters) - Algeria is targeting a sharp reduction to its wheat imports as it tries to rein in its costly subsidized bread programme in the face of popular protests against the ruling elite. The North African country has decided to cap soft ...
U.N. nuclear watchdog presses Iran for answers on uranium traces
By Francois Murphy VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog's top inspector will travel to Tehran next week to press Iran to finally explain the origin of uranium traces found at an undeclared site, the agency's acting chief said on Thursday. ...
More U.S. children die in mass shootings at home than at school: study
By Brad Brooks AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Three out of four U.S. children and teens killed in mass shootings over the past decade were victims of domestic violence and generally died in their homes, according to a study released on Thursday by the gun ...
Bolivia's indigenous divided over ousted champion Morales
By Gram Slattery and Manuel Seoane EL ALTO, Bolivia (Reuters) - In the high-altitude Bolivian city of El Alto, perched on barren steppe above the capital, indigenous activists have led the fight for the return of unseated president Evo Morales. ...