Gay refugees from the Middle East have faced abuse and harassment in Dutch camps - but now LGBT charities have begun to step in.
Security correspondent Frank Gardner explains why so-called Islamic State (IS) is striking in unexpected places, after a series of car bombings in two coastal cities in Syria.
Oral fluids testing could be used by authorities to detect marijuana in a person's system
The United Nations wants to send investigators in to examine allegations that Turkish forces massacred around 100 civilians in Cizre.
Officer Edward Nero was acquitted Monday of assault and other charges in the arrest of Freddie Gray
Justin Bieber tweeted he was unable to perform in the country due to 'legal conditions'
It took almost a year for a Vancouver hospital to contact Jenny Reiderman to tell her a suspicious nodule had been spotted on one of her lungs
First successful test launch for reusable space shuttle built in India
Overturning truck narrowly misses man on motorbike in east China
Many Syrian refugees have moved to Turkey, and many children are now enrolled in schools there.
The Canadian photographer known for his celebrity portraits recounts the story behind his famed 1961 shoot with Marilyn Monroe to CBC's Deana Sumanac-Johnson.
A number of Canadians are nominated for the chart-topping honour
British director Ken Loach wins top prize and Quebec director Xavier Dolan wins Grand Prix for Juste la fin du monde
As the AK Party meets to confirm President Erdogan's choice as new PM, Turkish voters tell the BBC their views.
19-year-old phenom from Scarborough is a local favourite at the Toryuken event in Toronto
Former Montreal Canadiens hockey player helps detain a man who allegedly attempted to kidnap a 7-year-old girl in Montreal
Canadians The Weeknd, Bieber, Drake and Alessia Cara are all nominated at this year's awards.
'The function right now is to listen very carefully in an attempt to locate the acoustic pingers that are on the flight data recorder,' says accident investigator John Cox
Super Mario Brothers is like the Shakespeare or the Chaucer of gaming. Games are historical objects, says PhD student Braydon Beaulieu
'Yesterday, the United States conducted a precision air strike that targeted Taliban leader Mullah Mansour' says U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry
Dr. Joelene Huber talks about common suntan lotion myths
Protesters from Sadr City have breached Baghdad's Green Zone for the second time in three weeks.
Reunion marks 70 years since young brides first arrived at Pier 21
Some experts are sounding the alarm about the apparent effect of cannabis on young minds
Footage shows cars falling into a sinkhole in Ruijin City, Jiangxi Province, east China- and firefighters pull them out.