Global News
Global News
  • Vídeo 30
  • Vistas 0
Zelenskyy and “spirit of Ukraine” named Time's person of the year
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and "the spirit of Ukraine" have been named Time magazine's 2022 person of the year.
The U.S. magazine said this year’s selection was “the most clear-cut in memory.” The war in Ukraine has now entered its 10th month.
Our Eric Sorensen reflects on the fearlessness of the war-torn nation's president and people, and how they've defied Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion.
For more info, please go to globalnews.ca/news/9331462/zelenskyy-time-person-of-the-year-2022/
Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: bit.ly/20fcXDc
Like Global News on Facebook HERE: bit.ly/255GMJQ
Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: bit.ly/1Toz8mt
Follow Global News on Instagram H...
Vistas: 595

Vídeo

German police arrest 25 suspected far-right extremists in alleged coup plot
Vistas 1,3 milHace 22 horas
In Germany's largest anti-terror operation, police have raided Reichsbürger, a far-right group suspected of plotting to overthrow the government in an armed coup. The country’s domestic intelligence service estimates the group has more than 21,000 members. German officials are saying far-right extremism is now the biggest threat to its democracy. Global's Crystal Goomansingh reports on what the...
COP15: Protests held in Montreal on 1st day of biodiversity conference
Vistas 2,1 milHace 23 horas
At COP15, protesters took to the streets in Montreal to demand action over words from the global leaders attending the United Nations Biodiversity Conference. More than 20,000 students in Quebec’s largest city are on strike in relation to the summit this week. Meanwhile, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged $800 million to support Indigenous-led conservation projects. Global's Mike Ar...
Global National: Dec. 7, 2022 | Bank of Canada hikes key interest rate to 4.25%
Vistas 6 milHace 23 horas
On this episode of Global National: The Bank of Canada has raised its benchmark interest rate by 50 basis points to 4.25 per cent, capping a year when it was hiked seven times by a combined 400 basis points. Anne Gaviola explains how this hike will affect the bottom line of homeowners, why the central bank may cool it with the increases for a while, and how inflation has everyone - from busines...
Iranian students protest nation's regime as Raisi speaks at University of Tehran
Vistas 1,3 milHace 23 horas
Video shared on social media showed protesters in Iran gathered at the campus of Amirkabir University in Tehran on Wednesday. The students could be heard chanting "Don’t be afraid, we are all together" and "Down with the whole regime!" Additional footage appeared to show protests at Ferdowsi University in the city of Mashhad, and security forces reportedly dispersing demonstrators. Meanwhile, I...
Peru's Boluarte sworn in as 1st female president on interim basis after Castillo's impeachment
Vistas 7 milHace un día
Peruvian politician Dina Boluarte was sworn as interim president on Wednesday, hours after Pedro Castillo was removed in an impeachment trial during a day of high political drama in the Andean nation. Boluarte, elevated from vice president, became Peru's first-ever female president following Castillo's attempt to dissolve the legislature by decree to avoid the impeachment vote, which sparked a ...
How New Brunswick’s homelessness crisis reached a boiling point
Vistas 2,6 milHace un día
In New Brunswick, advocates estimate there are more than 1,100 people experiencing homelessness. In a three-part series, Global News' Nathalie Sturgeon and Karla Renic spoke with those experiencing homelessness and the advocates working to make change. In Part 1, we hear from advocates who warn the problem will only worsen, and two people have already died. For more info, please go to globalnew...
Canadian families hit with “interest rate uppercut” due to liberal policies: Poilievre
Vistas 8 milHace un día
Speaking during question period in the House of Commons on Wednesday, Conservative Party Leader Pierre Poilievre referenced a Bank of Canada interest rate hike announced earlier in the day, saying that “Canadians were hit with another interest rate uppercut today after inflationary deficits by this Liberal government.” Associate Minister of Finance Randy Boissonnault responded by recalling Poil...
Peru in constitutional crisis as President Castillo deposed after attempt to dissolve Parliament
Vistas 16 milHace un día
Peru's Congress voted to oust President Pedro Castillo in an impeachment trial on Wednesday, hours after he said he would dissolve the legislature by decree and threw the country into a full-on constitutional crisis. Ignoring Castillo's attempt to shut down Congress, lawmakers moved ahead with the impeachment trial, with 101 verbal votes in favour of removing him, six against and 10 abstentions...
Putin says "no sense" in mobilizing additional troops for service in Ukraine
Vistas 5 milHace un día
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday there was no need to conduct an additional call-up of Russian reservists to fight in the so-called "special military operation" in Ukraine at the moment. The Russian leader was speaking at a televised session of Russia's Human Rights Council. Putin said of the more than 300,000 Russian reservists who were drafted in what Moscow called a "partia...
"I still get angry": Obama reflects on Sandy Hook school shooting 10 years later
Vistas 2,1 milHace un día
Former U.S. president Barack Obama joined a New York stage Tuesday to revisit the "most bitter disappointment" of his presidency - the shootings at the Sandy Hook elementary school. Specifically, Obama was referring to the lack of change in gun policy in the United States following the shooting at the Connecticut elementary school a decade ago. In his speech, Obama also spoke about how the "tid...
Raphael Warnock defeats Herschel Walker in Georgia runoff; Atlanta residents praise voter turnout
Vistas 8 milHace un día
Democrat Raphael Warnock won re-election to the U.S. Senate in a hard-fought Georgia runoff on Tuesday, strengthening his party's razor-thin majority as he fought off a challenge by Republican former football star Herschel Walker. "And after a hard-fought campaign - or should I say campaigns? It is my honour to utter the four most powerful words ever spoken in a democracy: The people have spoke...
RCMP contract awarded to firm reportedly tied to China "disconcerting," Trudeau says
Vistas 53 milHace un día
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says a report that federal civil servants awarded an RCMP contract for communications equipment to a company with Chinese government ties is “disconcerting.” The prime minister made the comments to reporters in Montreal on Wednesday after Radio-Canada published a story on how the federal government awarded a contract to an Ontario-based company whose parent company...
Chinese people cheer as country loosens zero-COVID policy restrictions
Vistas 3,1 milHace un día
Beijing residents said on Wednesday they welcomed sweeping changes announced by China to its tough zero-COVID policies since the pandemic began three years ago, loosening rules that curbed the spread of the virus but sparked protests and hobbled the world's second-largest economy. The relaxation of rules, which includes allowing infected people with mild symptoms to quarantine at home and dropp...
Ontario promised to overhaul abortion care - but clinics say they’ve been left out
Vistas 679Hace un día
Ontario promised to overhaul abortion care - but clinics say they’ve been left out
Far-right group in Germany planned to overthrow government, create new army: officials
Vistas 5 milHace un día
Far-right group in Germany planned to overthrow government, create new army: officials
Majority of Canadians worry they won’t have enough money to feed their families: Poll
Vistas 9 milHace un día
Majority of Canadians worry they won’t have enough money to feed their families: Poll
"It is a judicial mafia": Argentina VP Cristina Kirchner condemns 6-year prison sentence
Vistas 1,3 milHace un día
"It is a judicial mafia": Argentina VP Cristina Kirchner condemns 6-year prison sentence
BC aims to triple licensing rate of foreign-trained doctors by 2024
Vistas 4,4 milHace 23 horas
BC aims to triple licensing rate of foreign-trained doctors by 2024
Squad goals: Canada's 1st women's pro soccer league to kick off in 2025
Vistas 1,5 milHace 23 horas
Squad goals: Canada's 1st women's pro soccer league to kick off in 2025
Georgia Senate runoff: What's at stake for Democrats, Republicans
Vistas 16 milHace 23 horas
Georgia Senate runoff: What's at stake for Democrats, Republicans
Global National: Dec. 6, 2022 | Alberta Children's Hospital cuts services as flu epidemic surges
Vistas 29 milHace 23 horas
Global National: Dec. 6, 2022 | Alberta Children's Hospital cuts services as flu epidemic surges
Alleged serial killer’s estranged wife says she is overwhelmed by guilt: “Why did I get to survive?”
Vistas 28 milHace 23 horas
Alleged serial killer’s estranged wife says she is overwhelmed by guilt: “Why did I get to survive?”
Power to be restored a day earlier than expected following supposed attack in NC: Officials
Vistas 2,9 milHace 23 horas
Power to be restored a day earlier than expected following supposed attack in NC: Officials
Carey Price apologizes for pro gun social media posts ahead of Polytechnique shooting anniversary
Vistas 6 milHace 23 horas
Carey Price apologizes for pro gun social media posts ahead of Polytechnique shooting anniversary
Colorado suspect formally charged for LGBTQ2 club shooting that killed 5
Vistas 1,5 milHace 23 horas
Colorado suspect formally charged for LGBTQ2 club shooting that killed 5
Calgary couple’s $8k Christmas village display 35 years in the making
Vistas 3,5 milHace 23 horas
Calgary couple’s $8k Christmas village display 35 years in the making
Protests erupt in Mongolia over alleged corruption among government officials
Vistas 6 milHace 23 horas
Protests erupt in Mongolia over alleged corruption among government officials
Russia claims West is waging war against Kremlin, using Ukrainians as "cannon fodder"
Vistas 7 milHace 23 horas
Russia claims West is waging war against Kremlin, using Ukrainians as "cannon fodder"
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau on taking care of mental health during the holidays
Vistas 1,8 milHace 23 horas
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau on taking care of mental health during the holidays