Canadian Chamber of Commerce Vietnam wishes Vietnam happy Reunification Day

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Canadian Chamber of Commerce Vietnam wishes Vietnam happy Reunification Day

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CanCham) Vietnam on May 29 extended warm wishes to the people of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on the 40th Anniversary of Reunification Day.

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Canadian Vietnamese wins book award

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Canadian Vietnamese wins book award

VietNamNet Bridge – The tale of a Vietnamese woman's difficult journey from war-torn Sai Gon to a crowded Malaysian refugee camp and then to Quebec, where she struggled to adjust to a new life, has won the Canadian Broadcasting Commission's book competition called Canada Reads.

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Canadian Vietnamese wins book award

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Canadian Vietnamese wins book award

The tale of a Vietnamese woman's difficult journey from war-torn Sai Gon to a crowded Malaysian refugee camp and then to Quebec, where she struggled to adjust to a new life, has won the Canadian Broadcasating Commission's book competition called Canada Reads.

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Canada special forces clash with IS in Iraq

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Canada special forces clash with IS in Iraq

Canadian special forces exchanged gunfire with Islamic State fighters in Iraq in recent days, in the first confirmed ground battle between Western troops and IS, a senior officer said Monday.

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Canada, China ink US$2.2b in China deals: Harper

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Canada, China ink US$2.2b in China deals: Harper

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he had signed deals with China worth US$2.2 billion in a trip overshadowed by Beijing's detention of two Canadians accused of espionage.

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Canada's Parliament Hill reopens following Wednesday shooting

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Canada's Parliament Hill reopens following Wednesday shooting

OTTAWA, Oct 25 - Canadians returned to the grounds of their parliament building on Saturday, three days after a homegrown radical rushed in armed with a rifle after shooting dead a soldier in the second attack on the country's military at home in a week.

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Canada vows tougher laws as citizens worry in face of attacks

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Canada vows tougher laws as citizens worry in face of attacks

Canada vowed on Friday to toughen laws against terrorism in ways that critics say may curtail civil liberties as a country that prides itself on its openness mourned the second soldier this week killed by homegrown radicals.

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Ottawa shootings: No Islamic State link found

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Ottawa shootings: No Islamic State link found

There is no evidence so far that a gunman who attacked Canada's capital had links to Middle Eastern Islamist extremists, the government says.

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Canada faces militant threat after home-grown attacks

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Canada faces militant threat after home-grown attacks

Police have found no evidence of a wider terror plot in the deadly attacks by two Canadian men - one of whom ran his car over a soldier, and another who shot a soldier and stormed parliament.

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Canada's spies face tough questions after militant attacks

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Canada's spies face tough questions after militant attacks

On Monday one of Canada's top spy officials assured Canadian lawmakers that were no signs of an imminent terrorist attack on the country. Within hours a disaffected Muslim convert had run down two soldiers, killing one of them.

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PM Harper says attacks will not intimidate Canada

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PM Harper says attacks will not intimidate Canada

Canada will not be intimidated by a pair of attacks that killed two soldiers this week, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Wednesday, adding that security agencies would do everything needed to counter threats to the country.

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Nepal blizzards and avalanches claim many lives

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Nepal blizzards and avalanches claim many lives

A blizzard and several avalanches in the Himalayas in central Nepal are reported to have killed at least 26 trekkers and three farmers.

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Hunt for 100 trekkers missing after deadly Nepal storm

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Hunt for 100 trekkers missing after deadly Nepal storm

Local officials said the bodies of 24 trekkers had been found on the popular Annapurna circuit, while five more mountaineers who were in an area hit by an avalanche could not be found and were presumed dead.

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Residents see Europe best for gays and lesbians, Africa worst: poll

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Residents see Europe best for gays and lesbians, Africa worst: poll

Most people in European nations say their community is a welcoming place for gays and lesbians, according to a poll released on Wednesday that also showed many in African countries see their homelands as hostile to homosexuals.

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China says investigating two Canadians in espionage case

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China says investigating two Canadians in espionage case

China is investigating a Canadian couple who ran a coffee shop on the Chinese border with North Korea for suspected theft of military and intelligence information and for threatening national security, China's Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.

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