Saffie Roussos was among 22 people killed when a bomb was detonated at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on 22 May.
Matt Thorn, executive director of a legal defence network that provides help to LGBT members of the U.S. military, speaks with CBC News
Blazes burn their its way through French Riviera
Thousands of 'Imbonerakure' youth wing party members rally in support of President Pierre Nkurunziza.
Wildfires in south-eastern France have forced the evacuation of 10,000 people overnight, officials say.
U.S. Coast Guard video shows boat captain heroically rescuing man tossed overboard
International Planned Parenthood Federation's director general Tewodros Melesse on the Trump abortion order.
Doctors perform life-saving heart surgery — known as a balloon atrial septoplasty — on baby Sebastian while he was still in the womb
Millie Osman, 22, was diagnosed with leukaemia aged two.
Lisa Minot is one of many tourists evacuated overnight from a campsite in south-eastern France because of raging wildfires.
Political strategist Jaime Watt tells Paul Hunter how the president's unique style is part of a master plan
Allergic attacks are hard to detect because symptoms don't show up right away
Researchers say the findings could signal other health problems
Kylie Masse is the first Canadian female swimmer to win a world title
Enid Slack, director of the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto, on Toronto's budget needs
Shannon Lee Simmons, founder of New School of Finance, talks about Registered Education Savings Plans
Divya Reddy of Eurasia Group on the decision to scrap the Pacific Northwest LNG development in B.C.
Karl Schamotta, director of research at Cambridge Global Payments, on the outlook for corporate earnings and markets
Experts blame the spike in ransomware on user-friendly versions for sale.
A system designed to replace the need for tickets on trains is being tested in the UK.
U.S. Senator John McCain, recently diagnosed with brain cancer, calls for both parties to look past differences to get things done for the people
Pallbearers are lifting the mood in Ghana with flamboyant coffin-carrying displays.
It's hoped the unusual shaped plant will power over 10,000 households annually.
Attacks news media, Washington 'swamp', President Obama
They've been training with Everton as part of their fight-back against dangerous prejudice.