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China orders GPS tracking of every car in troubled region

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FacebookTweetEmailShareThisFailure in addressing pressing threats like nuclear weapons, climate change brings earth closer to...

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Canadian Premier to face ethics questions over cash-for-access scheme

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are under questions from Canada’s ethics watchdog for his involvement in cash-for-access scheme as reported by political fundraisers. This happens for the first in Canada’s...

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