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Justin Trudeau attends Vancouver Lunar New Year parade

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Vancouver Sunday for the second time since approving the Kinder Morgan Canada Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Trudeau participated in Lunar New Year celebrations, including a parade in the city’s historic Chinatown. His arrival came after a string of town hall meetings in communities across the …

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2 kids killed, 3 hurt in Basilan bomb blast

ZAMBOANGA CITY — Two children were killed while three others were wounded in a roadside bomb explosion on Al Barka town in Basilan on Sunday morning. Lieutenant Colonel Raphael Franco Alano, the assistant deputy commander for Civil Military Operations of the Western Mindanao Command, said reports reaching the military revealed …

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Russia says UN-led Syria talks postponed

The next round of Syrian peace talks in Geneva has been pushed back to late February, Russia’s foreign minister announced Friday without giving a reason for the postponement. The UN-mediated talks in Switzerland were set for Feb. 8 but instead will take place by the end of the month, Sergey …

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Domestic violence penalties rolled back in Russia

A yearlong fight to enforce more legal protection for victims of domestic abuse took a step back this week in Moscow. The State Duma, Russia’s parliament, voted to roll back a law that made domestic abuse a criminal offence. The amendments, dubbed the “slapping law” by some Russian media, mean …

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