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‘People turned into charcoal’: Somali-Canadians recount horror of Mogadishu attack

By Shanifa Nasser Harrowing stories are emerging of Canadians and their friends on the ground in Mogadishu, following Saturday’s bombing attack that killed at least 300 people.…read more

By The Canadian Press Some police forces and prosecutors argue that dealers should be held partly responsible for overdose deaths if they knowingly sold the potent opioid fentanyl to customers.…read more

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By The Associated Press The U.S. said Sunday it was suspending non-immigrant visa services at its diplomatic facilities in Turkey following the arrest of a consulate employee, prompting Turkey to halt visa services in the U.S. …read more

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By Mac William Bishop and Courtney Kube and Hans Nichols and Phil McCausland Three U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers and one Nigerien soldier were killed in Niger on Wednesday, in an ambush by suspected Islamic militants operating from Mali. …read more

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By The Associated Press U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calls for a calming of the situation on the Korean Peninsula, but says it’s incumbent on North Korea to halt its missile launches. …read more

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By Reuters Myanmar’s government will manage the redevelopment of villages torched during violence in Rakhine state that has sent nearly half a million Rohingya Muslims fleeing to Bangladesh, a minister is reported as saying. …read more

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By Reuters A Palestinian man with security clearance to work at a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank opens fire at a checkpoint, killing two Israeli security guards and a paramilitary policeman, according to Israeli police. He was then shot dead. …read more

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By CBC News North Korea’s foreign minister says U.S. President Donald Trump had declared war on North Korea, and that Pyongyang reserves the right to take countermeasures — …read more

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By The Associated Press The massive exodus of Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar to escape brutal persecution appears to have slowed down, but several recent refugees say tens of thousands more are huddled near beaches or in forests waiting to escape. …read more

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By CBC News The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is one step closer to staying in Montreal after a weekend of negotiations in Paris.…read more

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