Polish President Duda infected with coronavirus; tennis star Swiatek goes into quarantine

Polish President Andrzej Duda has tested positive for coronavirus and is subject to quarantine but is feeling good, officials announced on Saturday, as the country imposed fresh restrictions to try to stem a surge in the disease.

U.S. at near-record level for coronavirus cases, several states with peak hospitalizations

The number of new COVID-19 cases reported in the United States Thursday was the second highest on record, coming in just short of their midsummer peak as the spread of the novel coronavirus accelerates in nearly every region of the country.

Sudan to normalize ties with Israel, leave U.S. list of terrorism sponsors

U.S. President Donald Trump announced Friday that Sudan will start to normalize ties with Israel, making it the third Arab state to do so as part of U.S.-brokered deals in the run-up to the Nov. 3 election.

Canada's Jessica Klimkait wins gold at judo Grand Slam in Budapest

Whitby, Ont., judoka Jessica Klimkait defeated Helene Receveaux of France to capture gold in the 57-kilogram class at the judo Grand Slam competition in Budapest, Hungary, on Friday.

Thousands protest in Poland after abortion is almost entirely banned

Thousands protest in Poland after abortion is almost entirely banned
Thousands of people protested across Poland for the second day in a row, despite coronavirus restrictions, in response to the top court banning almost all grounds for abortion in the largely Roman Catholic country.

Matt Dunstone rink looking to relocate from Saskatchewan due to COVID-19 restrictions

Team Matt Dunstone is considering relocating from Saskatchewan due to mounting frustrations stemming from provincial COVID-19 restrictions.

Bombardier suspends delivery of aircraft engines used on military drones

Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) says it has suspended the delivery of aircraft engines to "countries with unclear usage" in the wake of reports that some of those engines are being used on Turkish combat drones deployed by Azerbai...

55 COVID cases now reported at Calgary jail as in-facility spread confirmed

Calgary Correctional Centre
An outbreak of COVID-19 at a Calgary jail has now jumped to 55 cases, a notable increase after the outbreak was initially reported Thursday.

What you need to know for the UFC fight of the year

CBC Sports' daily newsletter explores the many interesting angles to Saturday's bout between undefeated champ Khabib Nurmagomedov and Justin Gaethje, including an intriguing Canadian one.

Ironman triathlete Lionel Sanders sets Canadian record for distance cycled in an hour

Triathlete Lionel Sanders has broken the Canadian cycling hour record. The 32-year-old Ironman triathlete from Windsor, Ont., rode 51.304 kilometres in 60 minutes at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre velodrome in Milton, Ont.

Justin Thomas uses fast start to speed into lead at Zozo Championship

Justin Thomas went from a fast finish one day to a fast start the next, and it carried him to a 7-under 65 on Friday and a one-shot lead in the Zozo Championship at Sherwood.

Gerald, the turkey who menaced a California neighbourhood, has finally been captured

On Thursday Gerald, a grumpy turkey that has been attacking children and older residents in Oakland, Cali. for the past seven months, was finally captured and relocated outside the city.

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