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OTTAWA — The federal government can keep a lid of secrecy on information a Chinese refugee claimant says could be vital to his case.
JERUSALEM — Israeli police on Thursday arrested a 19-year-old Israeli Jewish man as the primary suspect in a string of bomb threats targeting Jewish community centres and other institutions in the U.S., marking a potential breakthrough in the case after an international manhunt with the FBI.
OTTAWA — The apparent terrorist incident outside the British Parliament is a cowardly attack on democracy around the world, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
ORLANDO, Fla. — A personal injury attorney representing dozens of survivors and victims’ relatives from the Orlando nightclub massacre filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the gunman’s employer and wife, claiming they could have stopped Omar Mateen before the attack but didn’t.
LONDON —A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage in the heart of Britain’s seat of power Wednesday, plowing a car into pedestrians on London’s Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament. Five people were killed, including the assailant, and 40 others were injured in what Prime Minister Theresa May condemned as a “sick and depraved terrorist attack.”
OTTAWA - The federal Liberals say they'll soon fulfil a promise to repeal what they call “problematic elements” of security legislation ushered in by the previous Conservative government.
POTOMAC FALLS, Va. — President Donald Trump said Saturday that the U.S. Secret Service did a “phenomenal job” apprehending a “troubled person” who got onto the White House grounds after climbing a fence on the east side of the property while Trump was inside the executive mansion. 
TORONTO — Cybersecurity expert Tom Keenan’s rationale for recommending consumers use credit cards over debit cards has nothing to do with any technological advantage.
WINNIPEG - Metal detectors and armed security guards could be in the works at the Manitoba legislature under a bill introduced Wednesday by Justice Minister Heather Stefanson.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Police broke up a fight between players and fans at junior league hockey game in New Brunswick on Saturday.
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