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Secretary of State Tells Mexican Officials: ‘Border Is Closed to Irregular Migration’

Secretary of State Tells Mexican Officials: ‘Border Is Closed to Irregular Migration’

Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday warned Central Americans not to make journeys to the United States without travel papers as the Biden administration deals with a surge……

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Canada-China Committee Urges Ottawa to Sanction Officials Responsible for Rights Violations in Hong Kong

Canada-China Committee Urges Ottawa to Sanction Officials Responsible for Rights Violations in Hong Kong

A parliamentary committee is urging the government to publicly condemn Beijing’s breach of Hong Kong’s autonomy and civil rights, calling for co-ordination with allied nations to ……

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Quebec City Police Make Arrest in Case of Fake Alexis Lafreniere Hockey Cards

Quebec City Police Make Arrest in Case of Fake Alexis Lafreniere Hockey Cards

Quebec City police say they have arrested a 54-year-old woman in connection with the case of fake Alexis Lafreniere hockey cards circulating online.Last December, organizers of t……

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CCP Virus Lockdown Interferes With Fundamental Human Rights: UK Conservative

CCP Virus Lockdown Interferes With Fundamental Human Rights: UK Conservative

The lockdown measures adopted to contain the CCP virus have interfered with fundamental human rights, a senior British Conservative politician told NTD.Sir Graham Brady, chairman……

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Kaine Demands Briefing on Why Biden Authorized Syrian Airstrikes

Kaine Demands Briefing on Why Biden Authorized Syrian Airstrikes

Several Democrats on Friday said they want information on why the Biden administration launched airstrikes in Syria.“The American people deserve to hear the Administration’s rati……

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Taiwan Urges People to Eat More Pineapples After China Ban

Taiwan Urges People to Eat More Pineapples After China Ban

TAIPEI—Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen called on people to eat more pineapples to help farmers on Friday, saying Taiwan had been “ambushed” by a ban on the fruit by neighboring long……

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CPP Boss Machin Quits After Overseas Trip for COVID Shot, Defying Government Advice

CPP Boss Machin Quits After Overseas Trip for COVID Shot, Defying Government Advice

The head of Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), Mark Machin, has resigned after travelling to the United Arab Emirates to be vaccinated against COVID-19, flouting Canadi……

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Volkswagen Weathers Pandemic With $10.7 Billion Profit

Volkswagen Weathers Pandemic With $10.7 Billion Profit

FRANKFURT, Germany—Volkswagen said Friday it made a better than expected profit of €8.8 billion ($10.7 billion) after tax in 2020 despite the pandemic. The world’s No. 2 automaker……

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Canada ‘Actively Considering’ Foreign Agents Registry, Oliphant Says

Canada ‘Actively Considering’ Foreign Agents Registry, Oliphant Says

The federal government is “actively considering” creating a foreign agents registry to track individuals who may be influencing Canada’s political process on behalf of foreign sta……

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BA Parent Company Books Huge Loss, Pushes for Digital Passes

BA Parent Company Books Huge Loss, Pushes for Digital Passes

LONDON—The parent company of British Airways and Iberia on Friday said it lost €6.9 billion ($8.3 billion) last year as the pandemic caused a near-total collapse in international ……

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BC Premier to Discuss Future of Massive Site C Hydroelectric Project

BC Premier to Discuss Future of Massive Site C Hydroelectric Project

VICTORIA—The future of British Columbia’s Site C hydroelectric project could be decided today as Premier John Horgan and his energy minister are scheduled to make an announcement ……

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Militia Official: US Strike in Syria Kills 1, Wounds Several

Militia Official: US Strike in Syria Kills 1, Wounds Several

BAGHDAD—A U.S. airstrike in Syria targeted facilities belonging to a powerful Iranian-backed Iraqi armed group, killing one of their militiamen and wounding a number of others, an……

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Boeing 777 Makes Emergency Landing in Moscow: Reports

Boeing 777 Makes Emergency Landing in Moscow: Reports

MOSCOW—Russian media reported that a Boeing 777 plane made an emergency landing in Moscow in the early hours of Friday after the pilot reported a problem with the engine.The Inte……

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China a Main Source of Fentanyl Fuelling Opioid Crisis Killing Canadians, Public Safety Minister Says

China a Main Source of Fentanyl Fuelling Opioid Crisis Killing Canadians, Public Safety Minister Says

China is one of the main manufacturers of fentanyl and plays a key role in the current overdose crisis in Canada, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair told a parliamentary committee ……

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UK Should Boycott Beijing Winter Olympics Over Uyghur Genocide: Liberal Democrats Leader

UK Should Boycott Beijing Winter Olympics Over Uyghur Genocide: Liberal Democrats Leader

Britain should boycott the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics because there is “overwhelming” evidence the Chinese regime is committing genocide against the Uyghur minority, the leader ……

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Insecticide Decimating Popular Pollinator, the Squash Bee, Ontario Research Suggests

Insecticide Decimating Popular Pollinator, the Squash Bee, Ontario Research Suggests

A popular insecticide used on farms across Canada has been shown to have dire effects on ground-nesting bees, according to new research from the University of Guelph.Female hoary……

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Gunmen Take 317 Schoolgirls in Nigeria’s Latest Mass Abduction

Gunmen Take 317 Schoolgirls in Nigeria’s Latest Mass Abduction

KANO, Nigeria—Unidentified gunmen seized 317 schoolgirls in northwest Nigeria on Friday, police said, the second such kidnapping in little over a week in a region increasingly tar……

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Health Canada Approves AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine

Health Canada Approves AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine

OTTAWA—Health Canada has approved the COVID−19 vaccine from AstraZeneca, the third to be given the green light for national use.Details of the approval and when Canadians might s……

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Spread of CCP Virus Is ‘Mass Murder’: China Expert Gordon Chang

Spread of CCP Virus Is ‘Mass Murder’: China Expert Gordon Chang

Gordon Chang, author of “The Coming Collapse of China,” discussed the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) ambitions in biological warfare, human experimentation, and Biden’s position ……

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Updates on CCP Virus: 2 US Navy Warships in Mideast Hit by Outbreaks

Updates on CCP Virus: 2 US Navy Warships in Mideast Hit by Outbreaks

Two U.S. Navy warships operating in the Middle East have been struck by CCP virus outbreaks, authorities said Friday, with both returning to port in Bahrain.A dozen troops aboard……

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‘It Robs Us of Our Humanity’: Speakers at International Conference Condemn Beijing’s Illicit Organ Harvesting, Call for

‘It Robs Us of Our Humanity’: Speakers at International Conference Condemn Beijing’s Illicit Organ Harvesting, Call for

Over 100 organizations from around the world came together this week in an online conference to shine a light on one of the Chinese Communist Party’s most egregious crimes—killing……

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ISIS Bride Shamima Begum Not Allowed to Return to UK: Top Court

ISIS Bride Shamima Begum Not Allowed to Return to UK: Top Court

The UK Supreme Court ruled on Friday that Shamima Begum, who left the UK for Syria to join the ISIS terrorist group as a teenager, is not allowed to return and fight her citizensh……

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Facebook VP Nick Clegg Defends Tech Giant’s Australian News Ban

Facebook VP Nick Clegg Defends Tech Giant’s Australian News Ban

Facebook’s Vice President of Global Affairs has defended the tech giant’s Australian news ban, saying it was “legally necessary” to do so before impending media payment laws were ……

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Australian Academic Says Women Are Afraid of Being Labelled Transphobic for Standing up for Themselves

Australian Academic Says Women Are Afraid of Being Labelled Transphobic for Standing up for Themselves

A Melbourne academic believes women are not standing up for their rights to have female-only spaces—like single-gender changing rooms—because they will be targeted as transphobic.……

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Support Grows Among Conservatives for CANZUK Alliance

Support Grows Among Conservatives for CANZUK Alliance

Support is growing among conservative politicians to strengthen diplomatic ties between Australia and three of its closest allies鈥擟anada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.The ……

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Dutch Parliament: China’s Treatment of Uyghurs Is Genocide

Dutch Parliament: China’s Treatment of Uyghurs Is Genocide

AMSTERDAM— The Dutch parliament on Thursday passed a non-binding motion saying the treatment of the Uyghur Muslim minority in China amounts to genocide, the first such move by a E……

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Remains of Missing Financial Adviser Found on New South Wales Beach

Remains of Missing Financial Adviser Found on New South Wales Beach

A decomposed foot belonging to alleged Sydney conwoman聽Melissa聽Caddick has been found washed up on a remote southern New South Wales beach more than three months after her disappe……

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Facebook Restores News Pages to Australia

Facebook Restores News Pages to Australia

Facebook has restored news to its platform after reaching a deal with the federal government on Australia’s world-first news media bargaining code.Facebook pages for News Corp an……

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Aussie Senator Decries Potential Vaccination Rule For Customers

Aussie Senator Decries Potential Vaccination Rule For Customers

An Australian senator has spoken out against new rules that could see employers be able to require customers to prove they have been vaccinated against COVID-19, the disease cause……

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China Insider: CCP Arrests Netizens Who Doubt Death Toll of China-India Conflict

China Insider: CCP Arrests Netizens Who Doubt Death Toll of China-India Conflict

The CCP鈥檚 media has been publicizing at full speed victory on the India-China border and the burial ceremony of the fallen soldiers, but netizens have not been allowed to question ……

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