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    Justin Trudeau honours World War II atrocity victims during visit to Ukraine
    Jul11

    Justin Trudeau honours World War II atrocity victims during visit to Ukraine

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is commemorating the victims of mass atrocities in Ukraine this morning, before signing a free trade agreement with the country later today. …read more Source: Global...

    Canada’s prime minister on visit to Ukraine
    Jul11

    Canada’s prime minister on visit to Ukraine

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is meeting with Ukraine’s president for talks on his first visit to this country. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Canada’s prime minister on visit to Ukraine
    Jul11

    Canada’s prime minister on visit to Ukraine

    MOSCOW (AP) — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is meeting with Ukraine’s president for talks on his first visit to this country.Ukrainian… …read more Source:...

    A New Fight Over Syria War Strategy
    Jul11

    A New Fight Over Syria War Strategy

    By Gareth PorterPresident Obama has signaled a willingness to cooperate with Russia on Syria, but hawks are fighting the shift.The long internal political struggle within the Obama administration over policy toward Syria has intensified following a proposal by President Barack Obama to cooperate with Russia in an air campaign against Al...

    Moscow Slams NATO For Focusing On ‘Nonexistent’ Russia Threat
    Jul11

    Moscow Slams NATO For Focusing On ‘Nonexistent’ Russia Threat

    Russia has slammed NATO for focusing on what it called a “nonexistent” threat from Russia at a summit in Warsaw. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Trudeau to sign free-trade deal with Ukraine
    Jul11

    Trudeau to sign free-trade deal with Ukraine

    Trip to Kiev follows an emotional tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Canada’s Supreme Court shoots down appeal to deport Nazi death squad member, 92
    Jul11

    Canada’s Supreme Court shoots down appeal to deport Nazi death squad member, 92

    (JTA) — The Canadian government must decide if it will try for a fourth time to deport a 92-year-old man who confessed to being a former member of a Nazi death squad after the nation’s Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling in his favor. The high court’s decision last week, for which no reason was given, as...

    Russian Threat Takes Center Stage at NATO’s Warsaw Summit
    Jul10

    Russian Threat Takes Center Stage at NATO’s Warsaw Summit

    WARSAW, Poland—Russian aggression, radical Islamist terrorism, the refugee crisis, Brexit, Afghanistan. The list of challenges NATO leaders faced at the biennial summit here over the weekend was diverse, highlighting what some consider to be a post-Cold War moment of truth for the alliance to prove it still matters. Speaking to reporters...

    New best friends? Canada and Latvia have some ties, but some work to do
    Jul10

    New best friends? Canada and Latvia have some ties, but some work to do

    About 450 Canadian soldiers and armoured vehicles will be sent to the Baltic state, a measure intended to dissuade Russia from repeating what it did in Ukraine. …read more Source: Global...

    NATO Must Invest Real Money to Stay in Business
    Jul10

    NATO Must Invest Real Money to Stay in Business

    The NATO summit held in Warsaw July 8-9 was marked by high-level meetings and solemn declarations, sprinkled with a dose of pomp and circumstance. There was substance, too: NATO leaders took important, albeit small, steps to send a message to Vladimir Putin that the alliance is united in its determination to defend all of its members should he...