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Families want to sue those responsible for the Beirut explosions in Canada

Rania Massoud (access the author's page) Rania Massoud Posted at 8:01 a.m. Several families of Canadian victims of the devastating explosions that occurred on August …

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Senior Chinese critic sentenced to 18 years in prison

Associated Press Posted at 11:36 a.m. The former chairman of a Chinese state-owned real estate company who has publicly criticized President Xi Jinping's handling of …

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US agrees with Mexico and Canada to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum | International

Donald Trump opens a regional safety valve as the trade conflict with China intensifies. The United States already has a pact with Mexico and Canada …

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Senior NORAD leaders advocate for a new approach to defense

The Canadian Press Posted at 9:00 a.m. North America's continental defense system is ill-equipped to deal with 21st century threats, NORAD's deputy director of operations …

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Repression intensifies in Belarus with hundreds of arrests

TOP NEWS TODAY 2020-09-07 | Updated at 8:41 p.m. yesterday The Belarusian authorities on Monday reported more than 600 arrests during the massive opposition demonstration …

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Amazon destruction: Ottawa called to abandon trade negotiations

The Canadian Press Posted on September 5, 2020 The federal government has been called on to suspend trade negotiations with Brazil after another summer season …

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Minister Champagne does not believe Moscow's denials in the Navalny affair

Radio-Canada Posted at 12:55 am yesterday Canada and its G7 allies accept with certain skepticism Moscow's denials concerning the poisoning of Alexeï Navalny, Foreign Minister …

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On September 5, 1945, the Gouzenko affair began

Radio-Canada Posted on September 4, 2020 On September 5, 1945, the so-called Gouzenko affair began in Ottawa. This story of the dismantling of a Soviet …

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A graffiti on a monument to troops allied to the Nazis sows controversy in Canada | Global World Blog

A spray painting on a cemetery in Canada has mobilized police officers and civil organizations. The regional police of Halton (Ontario province) has opened an …

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#Hezbollah operative convicted of Hariri assassination

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) on Tuesday found Salim Ayyash, a suspected member of Hezbollah, guilty of the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese prime …

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