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Justin Trudeau visits with indigenous group in Canada at protest camp

Activists aimed to engage in four days of ‘reoccupation’ to draw attention to the history of Canada’s indigenous people during country’s 150th birthday festivities Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau has met with aboriginal activists who set up a demonstration tipi on Parliament Hill ahead of Canada Day celebrations. Related: Canada …

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Shakira, football stars to dance at Messi’s wedding

Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the “wedding of the century” in Lionel Messi’s Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. Shakira and her husband, Messi’s teammate Gerard Pique, arrived at the airport and headed to the wedding venue …

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Spinners on song as India down Windies

Antigua: Effective spin bowling and indiscreet shot selection combined to give India an ultimately comfortable 93-run victory over the West Indies in a low-scoring third fixture of a five-match One-Day International series on Friday. Set a target of 252 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua to prevent the …

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PM's European court stance has 'hamstrung' Brexit negotiations

Theresa May’s decision to exit ECJ has made David Davis’s job much more difficult, says former chief of staff Theresa May’s “absolutist” stance on Britain leaving the jurisdiction of the European court of justice has “hamstrung” David Davis in negotiations with Brussels, according to the Brexit secretary’s former chief of …

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