Turkey Decries Toronto School Board Genocide Course

The killings of 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 is being taught alongside the Holocaust and the 1994 Rwandan genocide.

Afghan SAT Successor to Have Fewer Staff

The Strategic Advisory Team employed more people with less money, yet critics say the government is doing development on the cheap.

Canada Turning Away Afghan Asylum Seekers

Despite a deteriorating security situation, the Canadian visa office in Islamabad is getting more restrictive on who it lets into the country, in contrast to the IRB.

Navy Tries to Bolster Pakistan's Failing War on Heroin Smugglers

The HMCS Iroquois was in Pakistan this month to help stem the flow of drugs coming from Afghanistan. But while it has recorded success busting up hashish shipments, heroin is harder to stop.

Future of CIDA Internship Program Up in the Air

Advocates say the program is cost-effective and of great benefit to Canadian youth who need overseas experience. But such arguments, including a glowing internal evaluation, did little to save Foreign Affairs' version of the program.

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