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  • Jul 15, 2019
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Concerns mount over ‘criminalization’ of detained migrants in Canada

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69-year-old man dies after attacking U.S. migrant jail: police

Police said all four officers fired their weapons, but didn’t have specific details of what took place

Leaked UK memo says Trump axed Iran deal to spite Obama

U.K. police are hunting the culprits behind the leak

Trudeau stresses balancing economy, environment during brief Stampede visit

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Another Canadian citizen has been detained in China, Global Affairs confirms

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Gasoline companies to speak at public inquiry into B.C. pump prices

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VIDEO: Hurricane Barry slogs toward shore; storm surge feared

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