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Canadian accused of spying sentenced to 11 years in prison in China
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New Zealand navy personnel welcome colleagues aboard warship with powerful haka
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Chinese court upholds death sentence for Canadian drug convict
A Chinese court on Tuesday rejected a Canadian drug convict's appeal of a death sentence, in what appeared to be an effort to step up pressure on Canada to release a detained executive of tech giant Huawei.
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Queen Victoria, Elizabeth II statues defaced during Canada Day protest
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Record heatwave linked to deaths in western Canada and US Northwest
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Hundreds unmarked graves found at another indigenous school in Canada
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Four Muslim family members killed in 'deliberate' attack in Canada
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Pope voices 'pain' over Canadian residence school deaths
Pope Francis expressed his pain over the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous students.
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Remains of 215 children found at Canadian Indigenous school
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EU lets US, Canada and Norway join its military mobility project
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Germany suspends use of AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for under-60s
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