Musicians from Newton Faulkner to Sex Pistols' bassist Glen Matlock took part in a festival organised by Glastonbury Festival founder Martin Elbourne in the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea.
Turkey's long-standing leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been re-elected as president, state media reports.He will assume sweeping new executive powers under a constitution.
Hilary Evans Cameron, a researcher at the Centre for Ethics at the University of Toronto and a former refugee lawyer, speaks with CBC's Michael Serapio
Reunion of Guatemalan woman with her 5-year-old son was filmed by The Intercept's Debbie Nathan as part of an investigation at the U.S.-Mexico border
Professional video game-playing is now a billion dollar industry called “eSports” with big name stars and celebrity endorsements. But this week, the WHO officially declared compulsive gaming a behaviour disorder. We talk to expert Cam Adair about how he thinks the gaming companies deliberately get us
You may think the World Cup is all about soccer, but maybe not for its host, Russian President Vladimir Putin. For him, it seems to be the perfect venue to celebrate his greatness, with some of the globe’s most powerful leaders flocking to Russia to kiss the ring. CBC’s Wendy Mesley speaks with Michael
With the U.S. separating children from their parents under a “zero-tolerance” immigration policy, former foreign minister Lloyd Axworthy says it’s time Canada ends the Safe Third Country Agreement with the U.S. He tells the CBC’s Wendy Mesley that the U.S. is “no longer safe."
CBC's Adrienne Arsenault reports from Mali, where drought and extremism threaten one of the poorest nations in the world and could worsen the migrant crisis in Europe.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has revealed that her new baby daughter is to be called Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford.She said that she and her partner Clarke Gayford were "sleep deprived, but super well".
A new website that lets people delve into data on the world's cities has been launched.Dr Robert Muggah from the think-tank Instituto Igarapé showed the BBC some of his favourite maps from EarthTime.
A freight train from Alberta derailed in northwest Iowa on Friday, leaking crude oil into flooded fields flanking the tracks
Ethiopia's prime minister has condemned an attack on a huge rally where he had been speaking, calling it an attempt to undermine the country's unity.The BBC's team at the rally captured the confused aftermath of the explosion.
PK Sound CEO Jeremy Bridge demos his new system that funnels concert sounds directly to festival audiences and away from neighbouring areas.
Supporters see this as a victory that will help trigger conversation about rural crime, lack of policing resources, and the rights of landowners to defend their property.
The president stirred up more controversy today, inviting families of people killed by illegal immigrants to the White House.
In the latest edition of The Fix, CBC News looks at how PK Sound is keeping the peace between music festivals and their neighbours.
To find out why, The National spoke to Jonathan Ryan, executive director of Raices, a non-profit legal service in Texas that works to reunite families.