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Nicolas Chapuis says the ruthless slaughter of innocent people in Paris should not harden the hearts of nations.
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MONTREAL — Some Canadian political leaders were calling for vigorous action against terrorism including continued involvement in military action against Islamic State militants in the wake of Friday's...
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He added that the United States is "insane'' to accept any refugees from Syria in the wake of the attacks.
"The days of unchecked immigration and illegal entry can't continue," said Bavarian finance minister Markus Soeder.
It's considered one of Paris' oldest nightspots.
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Sounds of the explosions outside could be heard inside the Stade de France.
At least 35 people are dead after explosions and shootings rocked Paris Friday. Police say around 100 hostages have been taken at a concert hall as well. Watch the livestream above, via CBC News, for...
This is the deadliest violence in France in decades.
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It is a black and white matter. Killing journalists because they write, draw or publish something you deem offensive is wrong, and yes, it is wrong even if the thing you deemed offensive is, objectively speaking, offensive. There are no shades of grey here, no colours, no nuances. None of that is relevant. It matters not if the cartoons were vulgar or sexist, or, as many think, not funny.
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We as a world need to understand and question exactly how a country's barometer for "freedom" is fair when the right of a Muslim woman to wear hijab is not sacrosanct but the publishing of hate cartoons is? Where anti-Semitism is a crime but anti-Muslim is not? I think France needs to examine closely what constitutes "freedom" for them or whether their intensity for secularism both historically and now is even at pace with the existing population of more than five million of their own Muslim residents or their rights.
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As the world reels from Wednesday's tragic shooting at satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, standing in solidarity against violence is essential. Joining the continuing vigils and demonstration...
I am not a Muslim. The driver had made the assumption that since the colour of my skin was brown, I must believe in Islam. Thirdly, not all who follow Islam are terrorists. In fact, the grand majority of them are not. A terrorist is someone who commits an act of terror. An act of terror is an act of violence or intimidation, done in the pursuit of political gain. One does not to be a member of any particular religion or creed to become a terrorist.
OTTAWA - Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney will represent Canada at a unity rally in Paris on Sunday, a show of solidarity in the wake of the terror attacks which rocked France this week.British Pr...