Maham Abedi is a news editor and writer with a special interest in breaking news and politics.
She graduated from Ryerson University’s School of Journalism in 2014, and began her career by working as a front page editor for HuffPost Canada.
In her spare time, Maham is usually sitting around coffee shops in Toronto, or at home watching terrible TV shows.
A video of the incident was taken by another passenger while the plane was waiting to take off from Barcelona to London. Continue reading →
A senior Turkish official told CNN that the man was allegedly part of the 15-person team that was involved in the Oct. 2 killing. Continue reading →
The symbol is meant to be worn on Remembrance Day, but some say it is disrespectful. Continue reading →
The disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is tarnishing the carefully-crafted persona of Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Continue reading →
The diplomat delivered the keynote address at a charity dinner, making jokes about the Democrat senator’s recent DNA test. Continue reading →
The president appeared to threaten the newly minted Canada-U.S.- Mexico trade deal over a caravan of Honduran migrants trying to reach his country. Continue reading →
Some Canadians hoping to be among the first to buy legal marijuana were warned of shortages, lineups and technical issues. Continue reading →
The survey asked potential voters of each party how happy or unhappy they were with the leader’s performance. Continue reading →
George Labecki got the surprise from Lindsay Arnold Weinrich, who used to attend Cedar Cliff High School in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. Continue reading →
D’Arreion Toles was returning home to his apartment when a woman, who was not named, blocked him from entering the building. Continue reading →
While decorative lenses are popular additions to Halloween attire, they can pose risks such as cuts or scratches on corneas, allergic reactions and impaired vision. Continue reading →
Days after Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance, several questions remain on his whereabouts amid reports that he has been killed. Continue reading →
Several animals were recorded acting strangely during the 2017 celestial event, and it turns out bees were no different. Continue reading →
Researchers said eating less meat would help the planet cope with a rapidly increasing population. Continue reading →
“Buy local” campaigns have already sprouted up across the country, with dairy farmers asking Canadians to continue supporting their products. Continue reading →