Canadian's Dagestan Trip Echoes Boston Suspect's
Like suspected Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, William Plotnikov was a boxer from the former Soviet Union. Both pursued an Islamist path in Dagestan—but William died there, raising hard questions for his family.
Barrick Gold: ‘We regret environmental problems, we’ll comply’
Canadian mining company Barrick Gold Corporation said today that it will comply with the details of the resolution of Chile's Superintendent for the Environment (SMA) in which the authority fined the company US$ 16.4 million.
Canadian truck driver struck the Washington bridge over Skadgit
The Washington State patrol told media it was a Canadian truck driver who struck a girder on the bridge over the Skadgit River, causing the bridge to collapse and hurtling two vehicles to the waters below. No one was killed but 3 were injured.
Canada’s Barrick Gold fined $16M for environmental violations
The Superintendent of Environment (SMA) in Chile imposed a fine of US$ 16.4 million to Canadian mining company Barrick Gold for environmental violations at the gold-silver-copper project known as "Pascua Lama" and halted construction of the project.
Cuba Silent on Canadian's Corruption Trial
Official silence surrounded the case of a Canadian businessman targeted by a corruption probe in Cuba on Friday, as the initial trial of several foreigners suspected of graft entered its second day.