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Juan de Fuca Looking for the Northwest Passage | Evrydiki Livada, Pedro Olalla

Documentary film (32 min.) Ioannis Apostolos Fokas (c.1532-c.1602) -known in historical sources as Juan Griego or Juan de Fuca- was a navigator of Greek origin, left out by history despite the relevance of his actions, who, for more than forty years, served the Spanish Empire as master, pilot and explorer in the ships of Charles …

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U.S. encourages Canada to hit China with sanctions over Uyghurs – The Globe and Mail

What is taking place in Xinjiang meets at least one of the UN’s criteria for genocide, said Adrian Zenz, a U.S.-based scholar and senior fellow in China studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation.

“It is, in my view, very shameful that Western nations, including Canada, have not yet bothered to embark on the process of determining whether Beijing’s actions in Xinjiang meet the legal definitions of crimes against humanity or genocide.”

‘Stay out’ of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Canada tells Turkey – RCI

Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said today he told his Turkish counterpart that Ankara should Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said today he told his Turkish counterpart that Ankara should “stay out” of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Speaking to reporters on Friday prior to embarking on a week-long European tour to discuss …

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Ottawa suspends export permits for targeting gear allegedly used in Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict – The Globe and Mail

Canada has suspended export permits that allow made-in-Canada target-acquisition gear to be shipped to Turkey, the same equipment that is now at the centre of allegations that Azerbaijan is using Turkish-made drones to attack Armenia. Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne announced the measure Monday. Last week, Canada announced it was investigating allegations that Canadian-made imaging …

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