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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sept. 21 admitted Canada had failed its indigenous people and told the United Nations his government would do better to improve the lives of aboriginals and achieve reconciliation.
TAMPA, /MIAMI – Reuters
Some 5.8 million homes were without power across Florida due to Hurricane Irma, which has weakened as it headed northwest
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration said on Sept. 7 that it is issuing a new security directive requiring enhanced screening of cargo from Turkey.
CARTAGENA – The Associated Press
Pope Francis wrapped up his Colombia trip on Sept. 10 by honoring a fellow Jesuit who ministered to African slaves and urging Colombians today to follow his lead in working for a more peaceful future.
BATAC, Philippines – Agence France-Presse
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte hailed late dictator Ferdinand Marcos as a hero for many Filipinos during a weekend of emotional celebrations by supporters of the former strongman ahead of his 100th birth anniversary today.
TORONTO – Reuters
Canada has deported hundreds of people to countries designated too dangerous for civilians, with more than half of those people being sent back to Iraq, according to government data obtained by Reuters.
A major earthquake off Mexico's southern coast killed at least 15 people
Thousands of people took to the streets of Los Angeles on Sept. 10 to protest U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to rescind a program that deferred deportations of immigrants who had arrived illegally as children.
Hurricane Irma, one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, drove toward Florida on Sept. 8 as it lashed the Caribbean with winds and torrential rain, leaving behind at least 14 deaths and a swathe of catastrophic destruction.
MIAMI – Agence France-Presse
Hurricane Irma regained strength on Sept. 10 as it began pummeling Florida, threateningalmost the entire southeastern U.S. state after cutting a deadly path of destruction through the Caribbean.
ISTANBUL – Reuters
U.S. prosecutors have charged a former Turkish economy minister and a former general manager of a Turkish state bank with conspiring to evade U.S. sanctions against Iran, a U.S. attorney’s office has said in a filing.