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At least 50 protesters killed in Myanmar on ‘day of shame for armed forces’

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Myanmar’s security forces shot and killed at least 50 protesters on Saturday, news reports and witnesses said, a brutal crackdown on dissent that came as the leader of the ruling junta said the military will protect the people and strive for democracy. Protesters against the Feb. 1 military coup came out on the streets of…

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Foreign leaders arrive for Chad leader’s funeral as rebels threaten advance

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N’DJAMENA — Foreign leaders began to arrive in Chad on Thursday for the funeral of slain president Idriss Deby as France backed the country’s new military leaders in the face of threats from rebels to resume an offensive on the capital. The presidents of Guinea and Mali arrived in the capital N’Djamena, state television showed,…

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N’DJAMENA — Foreign leaders began to arrive in Chad on Thursday for the funeral of slain president Idriss Deby as France backed the country’s new military leaders in the face of threats from rebels to resume an offensive on the capital. The presidents of Guinea and Mali arrived in the capital N’Djamena, state television showed, […]
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Risk experts say climate change to take big chunk of Canadian economy by 2050

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One of the world’s largest insurers says Canadians will be more than a $100 billion poorer by 2050 if the world doesn’t work harder to fight climate change.

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One of the world’s largest insurers says Canadians will be more than a $100 billion poorer by 2050 if the world doesn’t work harder to fight climate change.
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Variants surge: Leaders urge Ottawa to beef up restrictions for travellers to Canada

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Ontario’s premier got emotional today as he apologized for a mistake and some leaders urged the federal government to tighten restrictions for travellers returning to Canada as rates of COVID-19 variants continue to surge across the country.

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Ontario’s premier got emotional today as he apologized for a mistake and some leaders urged the federal government to tighten restrictions for travellers returning to Canada as rates of COVID-19 variants continue to surge across the country.
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