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ISIS : A Brief History Crime,International,News

The Islamic State of Iraq and Sham has claimed responsibility for Wednesday’s attack in London, England.

The attack left four people dead after the assailant drove along the sidewalk of a bridge and stabbed a police officer. The attacker was shot dead.

This comes months after ISIS announced that 2017 would be “a year of massacre” at the end of last year.

With ISIS constantly making headlines, their activity can be hard to track. Some people are often confused as to how they were established in the first place.

Consult the infographic below for a brief history.

Humber sees 30 percent increase in international students International,News,Politics

By: Svetlana Soloveva An increased population of international students benefits the country, Humber advisors say. Influential Liberal advisers who want Canadian population to triple by 2100, are encouraging an increase in the number of international students, Global News reports. The advisers are going to focus on top business talent and international students. Internalization is the right move

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Trudeau, Obama address United Nations General Assembly International,News,Politics

By: Hunter Crowther Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to address the United Nations General Assembly later this afternoon. U.S. President Barack Obama spoke at the General Assembly on Tuesday. Reports say the prime minister will highlight Canada’s commitment to taking in refugees and aiming to regain a seat in the UN’s security council for the 2021-22 term.

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A year of battling the worst Ebola outbreak News

One year ago today, the World Health Organization released the initial report looking back on its past year battling the Ebola virus.

By Chelsea Howard Médecins Sans Frontières, also known as Doctors Without Borders released a report entitled “Pushed to the Limit and Beyond,” that looked into the year of the largest Ebola outbreak. The Toronto Star reported that the agency has deployed more than 1,300 international staff, who have witnessed more than 2,500 patients die from

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