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More than 100 dead, 300 missing after deadly wildfires rage through Chile

More than 100 dead, 300 missing after deadly wildfires rage through Chile

Fires in Valparaiso said to be Chile’s deadliest disaster since earthquake in 2010
Moon mission delay the right call says Canadian astronaut

Moon mission delay the right call says Canadian astronaut

Jeremy Hansen and Artemis II won’t be making their journey until 2025
King Charles III being treated for undisclosed form of cancer

King Charles III being treated for undisclosed form of cancer

Monarch stepping away from public duties, will still carry out his role as head of state
A Russian cosmonaut sets a new record for the most time in space

A Russian cosmonaut sets a new record for the most time in space

59-year-old has now spent more than 878 days in space
A woman stole a memory card. The footage is now key to an Alaska murder trial

A woman stole a memory card. The footage is now key to an Alaska murder trial

‘In my movies, everybody always dies,’ says a voice in one of the videos
What to know about the U.S. strikes in Iraq, Syria and Yemen

What to know about the U.S. strikes in Iraq, Syria and Yemen

British forces assisted in Yemen strikes on Saturday, which hit Houthi targets
Man gets 12 years for insurance scheme after posing as patients, including NBA player

Man gets 12 years for insurance scheme after posing as patients, including NBA player

Matthew James, 54, ran medical billing companies
Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and communities of colour: Study

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and communities of colour: Study

While the study focused on California, similar patterns can be found in British Columbia
Inert Cold War-era missile found in garage of Washington state home: Police

Inert Cold War-era missile found in garage of Washington state home: Police

Bomb squad members inspected the rusting object and found it was a Douglas AIR-2 Genie
Railroads say they’re making safety changes to reduce derailments after Ohio crash

Railroads say they’re making safety changes to reduce derailments after Ohio crash

The small town near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border is still struggling to recover a year later