Algeria Attack

Radio-Canada

Heading Back To Canada?

A Canadian man jailed in Mauritania for his alleged terror links has left the country. Aaron Yoon is believed to be on his way back to Canada, but his destination isn't immediately clear. Yoon...
Radio-Canada

FREED

NOUAKCHOTT, Mauritania - A 24-year-old Canadian man is to be released from a Mauritanian jail after being sentenced to 18 months in prison and a $2,000 fine for alleged ties to al-Qaida's North Africa...
AP

How Publicly-Funded Religious Schools Could Stop Terrorism

Western radicalism appears to be triggered by an individual's feelings of alienation and a need for identity and purpose. Perhaps if Aaron Yoon, Ali Medlej and Xristos Katrisoubas had been able to attend schools where they felt welcomed and part of a larger community, they would be alive and well today.
CP

Is He Telling The Truth?

Doubt is being cast on a young Canadian man's claim that the federal government is not helping him try to get out of jail in the West African nation of Mauritania. Sources familiar with the file tell...
CP

Canada Must Track Radicals Better: Agents

OTTAWA - Amid revelations about Canadian links to a deadly terrorist siege in Algeria, intelligence experts are urging Canada to track citizens as they leave the country — or detain them at the border...
CP

Angry And Alienated At Home

Two years before the deadly al-Qaeda linked attack on an Algerian refinery, one of the two Canadian militants who participated in the assault made a farewell tour of London, Ont., and said goodbye to...
CP

'Path To Radicalization'

OTTAWA - Canada has done well to keep young people off the "path to radicalization," Immigration Minister Jason Kenney said Tuesday amid surprising revelations about the background of two disaffected...
AP

RCMP On The Ground In Algeria

OTTAWA - The RCMP is on the ground in Algeria to help pin down whether Canadians were part of the group of terrorists linked to al-Qaida who mounted a deadly siege at an isolated Algerian energy plant...