Unrest grips Mexico over 43 missing students

Yesterday, riots and protests rocked Mexico City over 43 students that went missing on Sept. 26th in the city of Iguala, located in the State of Guerrero. Windows of restaurants and banks were smashed with bats while some demonstrators attempted to light fires in the buildings. There were also clashes between the demonstrators and riot police in which a number

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Lone Wolves: Canada struck by two attacks in one week

Two weeks ago in two separate attacks, Canadian soldiers were deliberately targeted by radical muslim converts sympathetic to the cause of Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria. Hit and Run Attack, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QB One attack took place Oct. 20th in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QB, and was carried out by Martin Couture-Rouleau, 25, a recent muslim convert and supporter of the

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Feds to expand CSIS surveillance powers

According to multiple Canadian news sources, Canada’s federal government is planning to expand the powers of its intelligence agency the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS). This comes at a time where radicalized Canadian citizens have been leaving the country to support extremist militant groups in the Middle East and parts of Africa. On Oct. 16th, Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney

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Calgary Hospitals Preparing to deal with local Ebola outbreak

According to recent articles published by the Calgary Herald and the Sun, medical staff at two Calgary hospitals have been carrying out drills and taking precautions in order to respond properly to a local outbreak of Ebola. Staff at both the Children’s Hospital and the Campus Health Centre in Calgary have been carrying out exercises in preparation to deal with

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