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CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's narrow election victory this week reinforced Canada's commitment to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, but workers in the country's sizable fossil fuel sector said they also expect him to keep his promises to retrain them for jobs in a clean-energy economy.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Sudanese military leaders said on Wednesday the civilian politicians they share power with had opened the door to a coup attempt by neglecting public welfare while they were consumed by internal squabbles.
(Reuters) - Supporters will be allowed to stand in selected English Premier League and Championship grounds from next year as part of a pilot programme, UK's Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA) said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - State election monitors will audit the results of online voting in Moscow that swung the outcome in several districts in favour of the ruling United Russia party in last week's parliamentary election, the Interfax news agency reported on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Liverpool will go ahead with the planned expansion of the Anfield Road Stand, with an official ground-breaking ceremony scheduled for next week, the Premier League side said on Wednesday.
PERTH (Reuters) - The coastal city of Perth, often precluded from hosting major events by its geographic isolation, will steal the limelight on Saturday when the Australian Rules football Grand Final heads west for the first time.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Canadians woke up to a virtually unchanged political landscape on Tuesday after an expensive pandemic election they did not want, with many venting their fury at the C$612 million ($477.60 million) cost.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Social Democrats (SPD) saw their lead over Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives narrow in a poll published on Tuesday, pointing to a tightening race just five days before a federal election.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - It was business as usual in Canada on Tuesday after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fell short of winning a majority in a tightly contested parliamentary election, leaving him once again dependent on opposition legislators to govern.
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau narrowly won re-election on Monday but failed to secure a majority in parliament, after alienating some voters by calling a snap vote two years early during a fourth wave of the pandemic.