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Burundi's ambassador recalled amid political crisis

Burundi's ambassador recalled amid political crisis

Envoy says accusation she celebrated attempted coup 'based on rumours.'


Scathing UN report a rallying cry for civil society, opposition

UN Human Rights Committee criticizes Canada's record on asylum-seekers, missing and murdered Aboriginal women, mining companies and anti-terrorism legislation.


UN issues scathing report on human rights in Canada

Canada under fire for violence against Aboriginal women, treatment of asylum-seekers, conduct of mining companies abroad, Bill C-51 and more.


Iran nuclear deal: Feds non-committal on lifting sanctions

Follow Canada’s allies, say opposition parties.


EU countries trying to attract young Canadians, avoid youth-mobility quota cuts

Canadian government unhappy with lopsided participation in work-abroad programs.


TPP talks near end, but deal far from done

Canadian negotiators 'holding their cards until they have the most strategic opportunity to play them': former aide.


From Toronto's high rises to terror in Mumbai

Germany's top Toronto envoy has seen it all in his 30-plus-year diplomatic career.


Money, attention still flow to Canada-US border pact

Preclearance, air cargo deals now in play; industry still waiting for single window, trusted trader.


Chinese opportunity shifting to services, say trade watchers

FTA would help, but better data is key.


Nigeria: Feds allow military exports, despite ‘abysmal’ rights record

Human rights concerns limited the government’s own military aid.


Canadian Armed Forces air dirty laundry

Members taken to cleaners with high laundry prices in Albania.


What China's market crash means for Canada

Canadian business has little to lose, say analysts.


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