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The U.S. is considering an 8-month limit on visits by foreign journalists. What is it afraid we’ll see?

The U.S. is considering an 8-month limit on visits by foreign journalists. What is it afraid we’ll see?

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In Philadelphia, Barack Obama reminds Americans of what a real president looks like

In Philadelphia, Barack Obama reminds Americans of what a real president looks like

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After thumbing his nose at China, Prague’s mayor has this advice for Canada. ‘Their power is overrated’

After thumbing his nose at China, Prague’s mayor has this advice for Canada. ‘Their power is overrated’

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Judge moves criminal case against Texas attorney general

Judge moves criminal case against Texas attorney general

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Sports fans are rediscovering the joy in trading cards — and these days it comes with a profit

Sports fans are rediscovering the joy in trading cards — and these days it comes with a profit

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Alaska man’s weapons sentence included Holocaust education

Alaska man’s weapons sentence included Holocaust education

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Canadian Forces investigates after mystery man in secret recording claims to be a soldier — and a neo-Nazi

Canadian Forces investigates after mystery man in secret recording claims to be a soldier — and a neo-Nazi

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‘We will find you. And you will be dealt with’: Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan warns white supremacists

‘We will find you. And you will be dealt with’: Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan warns white supremacists

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'Exchange bandit' sentenced to six years

'Exchange bandit' sentenced to six years

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Armenian PM sees no way to settle conflict through diplomacy

Armenian PM sees no way to settle conflict through diplomacy

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Should Canada buy this American community? Cut off by COVID-19, some in Point Roberts say it’s time for a change

Should Canada buy this American community? Cut off by COVID-19, some in Point Roberts say it’s time for a change

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Federal government asks court to keep Canada-U.S. pact to prevent ‘influx of refugee claimants’

Federal government asks court to keep Canada-U.S. pact to prevent ‘influx of refugee claimants’

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Belgium fears virus “tsunami” as virus cases keep soaring

Belgium fears virus “tsunami” as virus cases keep soaring

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Nick Kypreos lands on his feet after Sportsnet — writing, selling booze and talking hockey without the ‘personal dilemma’

Nick Kypreos lands on his feet after Sportsnet — writing, selling booze and talking hockey without the ‘personal dilemma’

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Plan to retrieve Titanic radio spurs debate on human remains

Plan to retrieve Titanic radio spurs debate on human remains

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Black officers break from unions over Trump endorsements

Black officers break from unions over Trump endorsements

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Ivorian opposition presidential candidate’s home burned down

Ivorian opposition presidential candidate’s home burned down

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‘It gets me really mad’: Bracing for more sickness and death, Americans aren’t buying Donald Trump’s message on COVID-19

‘It gets me really mad’: Bracing for more sickness and death, Americans aren’t buying Donald Trump’s message on COVID-19

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European lawmakers won’t be back in Strasbourg this month

European lawmakers won’t be back in Strasbourg this month

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New Zealand to vote on legalizing marijuana and euthanasia

New Zealand to vote on legalizing marijuana and euthanasia

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‘The RCMP just stood there’: Attack on Mi’kmaq fishery sparks tense standoff, condemnation

‘The RCMP just stood there’: Attack on Mi’kmaq fishery sparks tense standoff, condemnation

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Kyrgyzstan president faces pressure to resign amid turmoil

Kyrgyzstan president faces pressure to resign amid turmoil

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Ontario schools with COVID-19 cases jump by 96, a total of 1,040 since classrooms reopened; five schools closed to contain spread

Ontario schools with COVID-19 cases jump by 96, a total of 1,040 since classrooms reopened; five schools closed to contain spread

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The Maple Leafs put John Tavares ahead of team-building two years ago, and they’ve been paying ever since

The Maple Leafs put John Tavares ahead of team-building two years ago, and they’ve been paying ever since

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After 37 years in prison, Phillip Tallio tells appeal court he is not a child killer

After 37 years in prison, Phillip Tallio tells appeal court he is not a child killer

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