Russia an 'acute threat,' Britain's top soldier says as NATO leaders convene
News/Politics: NATO leaders convened in Brussels to discuss reshaping the military alliance for the future at a time of increased saber-rattling with Russia. In an exclusive interview with CBC News, The head of Britain's military told CBC News in an exclusive interview that Moscow's recent actions mean it is now "an acute threat."
G7 meeting ends with promises on COVID-19, climate, mentions of China
News/Politics: As part of a joint communiqué issued at the close of the G7 meeting in the U.K., Canada has made commitments on climate action and COVID-19, including financing or donating 100 million vaccine doses to developing nations.
Christian Eriksen in stable condition following health scare at Euro 2020
Sports/Soccer: Christian Eriksen remained in stable condition in a Copenhagen hospital Sunday and "sent his greetings to his teammates" as he recovers from his collapse during a European Championship game, the Danish soccer federation said.
Head of NATO says member states need to 'strengthen' policy on China
News/Politics: When the leaders of NATO member states meet next week in Brussels, they'll need to strengthen their collective policy on an increasingly aggressive China, said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
Israeli PM Netanyahu's 12-year hold on power to end Sunday
News/World: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's 12-year hold on power was set to end on Sunday when parliament votes on a new government, ushering in an administration that has pledged to heal a nation bitterly divided over the departure of the country's longest serving leader.
Denmark-Finland Euro 2020 match suspended after Christian Eriksen collapses on field
Sports/Soccer: Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed while playing and was given CPR by medics during his side's Euro 2020 clash with Finland on Saturday, and the soccer match has been suspended.
In the U.S., Pride Month festivities have been muted by political setbacks
News/World: Pride Month celebrations in the U.S. are taking place under unusual circumstances, with pandemic-related concerns disrupting many of the usual festivities and political setbacks dampening the mood of LGBTQ-rights activists.
Unseeded Barbora Krejcikova captures French Open for 1st Grand Slam title
Sports/Tennis: Putting aside a shaky set, Barbora Krejcikova of the Czech Republic won just her fifth major tournament as a singles player by beating 31st-seeded Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 in the women's final at the French Open on Saturday.