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Rights group calls for more pressure on Nicaragua government

In developing the report, Human Rights Watch interviewed 53 people in Nicaragua, including 46 activists, lawyers, journalists, human rights defenders…

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U.S. watchdog: Nursing home deaths up 32 per cent in 2020 amid pandemic

WASHINGTON — Deaths among Medicare patients in nursing homes soared by 32% last year, with two devastating spikes eight months…

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No customers or employees injured as SUV drives into Dollar Tree store

CALGARY — A woman drove an SUV into a Dollar Tree store Monday night. The incident took place around 7…

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UN: Massive rise in child abductions, rape in conflict areas | DW | 22.06.2021

The number of children abducted and raped in conflict regions saw a major spike in 2020, according to a report…

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Collingwood clock tower lit up in orange for National Indigenous Day

COLLINGWOOD, ONT. — The town hall clock tower in Collingwood has been lit orange in honour of National Indigenous Peoples…

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St. Albert council eyes 20-year tax hike to cover shortfall

ST. ALBERT — The city hasn’t been saving up enough money to repair, maintain and replace existing infrastructure, and will…

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This year’s National Indigenous Peoples Day one of reflection and change

TORONTO — Twenty five years ago, Indigenous groups and Canada set aside June 21 to recognize and celebrate National Indigenous…

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Lionel Desmond inquiry: soldier’s sister-in-law testifies about his mental decline

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — An inquiry investigating why a former Canadian soldier killed his family and himself in 2017 heard…

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OPP investigating attempted murder of officers during arrest of Manitoba man near Belleville, Ont.

WINNIPEG — An R.M. of St. Clements man arrested Friday in Ontario on a Canada-wide warrant is expected in a…

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