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REGINA — Canada's minister for public safety says right-wing, white supremacists and neo-Nazi groups are an increasing concern and threat to Canadians.
OTTAWA — The new federal watchdog for victims of crime says rules meant to give victims and their families louder voices in the justice system have fallen short.
CONWAY, Ark. — An Arkansas sheriff has fired a deputy who shot a small dog in a residential neighbourhood.
NEW YORK — A mother who had her toddler yanked from her arms by New York police in a widely seen video said in an interview published Sunday that she went into “defence mode.”
OTTAWA — Canada's public-safety ministry will reconsider the way Sikh organizations are described in a recent report outlining terror threats in Canada, the department's minister Ralph Goodale said Friday.
TORONTO — The federal public safety minister says a rash of co-ordinated bomb threats across several countries including Canada presents an opportunity to learn about law enforcement's capacity to respond to what often prove to be groundless concerns.
NEW YORK — Outrage built Monday over a video showing police officers violently yanking a toddler from his mother's arms at a Brooklyn food stamp office, with public officials expressing horror and clients of the facility complaining it is indicative of how the city treats social-services recipients.
ST-JEROME, Que. — A Quebec man who targeted Hydro-Quebec power lines in an aerial attack that left tens of thousands without power in December 2014 was sentenced Monday to seven years in prison.
LONDON — A British teenager has been jailed for three years after his bogus bomb threats led to school evacuations and an airport security incident.
AIRDRIE, Alta. — An RCMP officer who was injured during a traffic stop is recovering in hospital from surgery and a 25-year-old Calgary man is facing numerous charges.

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