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Government of Canada now able to revoke citizenship of dual citizens convicted of terrorism - Coming into Force

Clear signal on which cases will be a priority: those tried and convicted in Canada, neatly avoiding some of the foreign judicial process issues raised during C-24 hearings. 171 more words

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Australia: Debacle over terrorism and citizenship is leak-based policy in its purest form | Lenore Taylor | Australia news | The Guardian

Lenore Taylor of The Guardian on the leak strategy being used to sell the proposed Australian revocation policy change for convicted terrorists:

One might ask what is to be gained from so many headlines galloping so far ahead of actual decisions, or indeed, actual facts.

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Controversial law that allows revocation of Canadian citizenship goes into effect

TORONTO – The Federal government says it now has the power to revoke the citizenship of some Canadians convicted of terrorism, treason or espionage.

A controversial new law, first introduced last June, went into effect on Friday. 94 more words

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Controversial law that allows revocation of Canadian citizenship goes into effect

TORONTO – The Federal government says it now has the power to revoke the citizenship of some Canadians convicted of terrorism, treason or espionage.

A controversial new law, first introduced last June, went into effect on Friday. 94 more words

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A Path to American Citizenship: Tee Hla's story

This week I interviewed Tee Hla, a Karen refugee from Burma.  Over the years, I have come to know Tee Hla in a few different areas of her life. 946 more words

Miami Sheikh


Long ago, I thought of Miami as an empty, soulless, oddly tense city always on the brink of some sort of natural disaster.

But, that has all changed. 529 more words

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