A spirit of hope shines through tragedy in the Congo

In a male-dominated, corrupt and violent political climate, Congolese women stand together to be heard as they change their country from within

A spirit of hope shines through tragedy in the Congo
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In a male-dominated, corrupt and violent political climate, Congolese women stand together to be heard as they change their country from within

Reluctance to confront the past sows seeds of future division

The deep social divide in the United States is not a new phenomenon

Reluctance to confront the past sows seeds of future division
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The deep social divide in the United States is not a new phenomenon

Should the U.S. withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal?

Arguments that Iran has already violated the agreement and that the U.S. should pull out and immediately reinstate sanctions have consequences

Should the U.S. withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal?
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Arguments that Iran has already violated the agreement and that the U.S. should pull out and immediately reinstate sanctions have consequences

Dunkirk and the maligned Belgians

When disaster comes calling, shifting the blame is generally not too far behind, and war is the perfect setting for laying blame

Dunkirk and the maligned Belgians
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When disaster comes calling, shifting the blame is generally not too far behind, and war is the perfect setting for laying blame

Love is the most powerful force on Earth

It wasn’t violence that freed India from Great Britain. It was love. Weapons didn’t end the Cold War. It was people who chose to love rather than to hate

Love is the most powerful force on Earth
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It wasn’t violence that freed India from Great Britain. It was love. Weapons didn’t end the Cold War. It was people who chose to love rather than to hate

Irish Civil War left long memories and bitter divisions

Ninety years ago this month Irish cabinet minister Kevin O'Higgins was assassinated as payback for his role in the Irish Civil War that ended four years earlier

Irish Civil War left long memories and bitter divisions
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Ninety years ago this month Irish cabinet minister Kevin O’Higgins was assassinated as payback for his role in the Irish Civil War that ended four years earlier

Khadr settlement defies due process, insults Canadians

None of Khadr's conspiracy allegations were proven in court, of course, because the Trudeau government sidestepped the public process and defied the rule of law

Khadr settlement defies due process, insults Canadians
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None of Khadr’s conspiracy allegations were proven in court, of course, because the Trudeau government sidestepped the public process and defied the rule of law

The dilemma of Omar Khadr

The child soldier argument may support Khadr's repatriation, but whether the Liberal’s decision to pay him $10.5 million is politically wise remains to be seen

The dilemma of Omar Khadr
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The child soldier argument may support Khadr’s repatriation, but whether the Liberal’s decision to pay him $10.5 million is politically wise remains to be seen

Khadr apology and settlement shameful

As many Canadians struggle on public assistance,. imagine how they feel as confessed terrorist Omar Khadr gets $10.5 million from the Trudeau government

Khadr apology and settlement shameful
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As many Canadians struggle on public assistance,. imagine how they feel as confessed terrorist Omar Khadr gets $10.5 million from the Trudeau government

The national shame of paying a convicted terrorist

How many dead U.S. soldiers would it take before the Liberal government would balk at lining the pockets of the man who killed them? What if they were Canadian?

The national shame of paying a convicted terrorist
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How many dead U.S. soldiers would it take before the Liberal government would balk at lining the pockets of the man who killed them? What if they were Canadian?