Saren Azer’s story is one that has blazed through social media in Canada for 9 months. Now, in an exclusive interview with Global News, he says he and his kids were escaping a “nightmare.”
Claude, a story producer, began his television career at Global. In the 1980s, he worked here as a writer and reporter. He returned in the 90’s as a freelance special correspondent, reporting from many of the world’s trouble spots for the National News with Peter Trueman. Before that he covered the fall of Communism as chief European correspondent for CBC’s “The National”. He taught broadcast journalism at UBC, co-authored a bestselling book (The Canadian Caper–the story that “Argo” didn’t tell), and wrote a weekly column for the South China Morning Post.
Unpredictable schedules are the bane of the rail industry, say the men and the women who drive the trains. And those schedules can play havoc with their sleep cycles.
Victims of a deadly mill explosion hold the government to account.
History will note that Afghanistan was the longest, and one of the most expensive, wars in modern history.
16×9 producer Claude Adams spent over a week in Afghanistan filming our feature “Losing Afghanistan”. Here, he documents some of his experiences in Kabul.
So far this year, more than 500,000 men, women and children have made the trek along the so-called Balkan Route on their way to what they hope is a new life, and safe haven, in Northern Europe.
16×9 used animation to portray the troubled life and death of Paige Gauchier.
When the report entitled “Paige’s Story” came out last May, it galvanized a province—a story so profoundly depressing you can’t read it without flinching.
Aurea Vazquez Rios, charged in the murder of Adam Anhang, a millionaire Canadian entrepreneur, has been returned to her native Puerto Rico to face trial.
A Toronto woman who was denied access to the United States when border agents learned of a suicide attempt in her past, is pleased that this may no longer happen to Canadian travelers in the future.
The International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto, released a recent report saying detainees held for immigration reasons are treated as “something less than human” in provincial jails.
People in Toronto with mental health issues who have non-criminal encounters with police, such as attempted suicide, will not have that information released to anyone asking for background checks, effective this week.
Daniel Kish is a walking phenomenon, a blind man who uses echolocation for sight.The practice has become the subject of ground-breaking research at an Ontario university — and has caught the attention of scientists around the world.
The aviation mystery of the ages is about to enter its second year. The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 never really stopped. And there’s no end in sight.
Michael, an African man in his mid-50s, is one of hundreds being detained in a cell. He has been locked up for 8 ½ years, in conditions he calls “horrible.”