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When Prime Minister Trudeau stated in 2015 that "Canada is back," many observers were hopeful that this would mean a Canadian foreign policy in which Canada took its historic place as an honest mediator. The hope was that Canada would help usher in an age of diplomatic solutions and peace: reducing conflict and standing up to tides of war.
The prime minister called on the international community not to repeat the "terrible mistakes" of the past.
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Trudeau said Canada will continue to back diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis in the Middle Eastern country.
"Assad choked out the lives of innocent men, women and children," Trumped declared.
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Trudeau, who is in New York for an annual women's summit, roundly condemned the Syrian incident.
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The attack killed 22 members of his family.
"It is extremely important to hold accountable, at an individual level, the people responsible for this heinous attack."
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